John III, Count of Auxerre

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Jean of Châlon, Count of Auxerre was a French nobleman and soldier who fought in the Hundred Years' War, and was the son of Jean II of Châlon. He was Count of Auxerre from 1361 to 1370.

In 1364, the Count fought alongside Bertrand du Guesclin at the battles of Cocherel and the Auray, where he was captured while commanding the left battle.