Bernard Ezi IV de Albret
|Nombre al nacer||de Albret, Bernard Ezi IV|
|Parentesco con la persona principal||Nombre||Parentesco dentro de esta familia (si no es por nacimiento)|
|Padre||Amanieu VIII de Albret|
|Madre||Rose du Bourg|
|Bernard Ezi IV de Albret|
| || ||Familia de Bernard Ezi IV de Albret y Mathe de Armagnac|
|Casados||Esposa||Mathe de Armagnac|
Bernard Ezi IV (Ezi is also spelled Aiz) was the Lord of Albret from 1324 to 1358 and the son of Amanieu VIII.
In 1330, Edward III of England sent men to Gascony to negotiate with the nobles. Bernard tried to negotiate a marriage between his eldest son and heir Arnaud Amanieu and a daughter of Edmund of Woodstock, 1st Earl of Kent, but the plans fell through. Bernard was nonetheless granted money and lands.
In 1337, Bernard and Oliver of Ingham were appointed lieutenants of the king of England in Gascony. This post was primarily military in nature. Subsequently, he proved to be one of the most loyal Gascon barons to the English cause. Philip VI of France found it impossible to win him over even with bribes.
In 1351, his second son Bernard was betrothed to Isabella, eldest daughter of Edward III. The marriage never took place, however, due to Isabella having changed her mind prior to her departure for Gascony.
He was married to Mathe, daughter of Bernard VI of Armagnac.