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 NationMaster.com - Encyclopedia: Charles VIII of France
Charles of Valois, Duc dOrléans (November 24, 1394 – January 5, 1465) became Duke of Orléans in 1407, following the murder of his father, Louis of Valois.
Philip II, Duke of Burgundy Philip II, Duke of Burgundy, known as the Bold (Philippe II de Bourgogne, le Hardi in French) (January 15, 1342, Pontoise – April 27, 1404, Halle), was the fourth son of King John II of France and his wife, Bonne (Judith), daughter of the king and...
Philip VI of Valois (French: Philippe VI de Valois; 1293 – August 22, 1350) was the King of France from 1328 to his death, and Count of Anjou, Maine, and Valois 1325–1328.
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5826: LE DUC, W.G. Minnesota year book for 1852.
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 newe1022.sgm
It is of interest as we are study- ing the cathedral to note that an offi- cer in the Parliamentary army, who had been educated at the college of Winchester, stood at the doorway of Wykehams chantry and prevented serious harm to that lovely structure.
In his effigy, as it lies in his stately chantry, we note the powerful and selfish characteristics of the face, and especially the nose, large, curved and money-loving.
In the Lady Chapel, at the extreme east end of the church, may be seen the chair in which Mary Tudor sat on the day of her unfortunate mar- riage with Philip of Spain, who so ill repaid the generous love which she
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 thePeerage.com - Person Page 10316
Philippe II de Valois, Duc de Bourgogne was the son of Jean II, Roi de France and Bonne Judith de Luxembourg.
Philippe II d'Orléans, Duc d'Orléans was the son of Philippe I d'Orléans, Duc d'Orléans and Elisabeth Charlotte Pfalzgräfin von Simmern.
Child of Philippe II d'Orléans, Duc d'Orléans and Charlotte Desmares :
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 AllRefer.com - Guise, Jean d'OrlEans, duc de (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Guise, Jean d'OrlEans, duc de see OrlEans, family.
Guise, Jean d'OrlEans, duc de, French History, Biographies
AllRefer.com - Guise, Jean d'OrlEans, duc de (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
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 Illustrious People
The son of Philippe I, duc d'Orléans, and Elizabeth Charlotte of the Palatinate, Philippe d'Orléans was known as the duc de Chartres during his father's lifetime.
Duc d'Orléans, Philippe II, also called (until 1701) Duc de Chartres, regent of France for the young King Louis XV from 1715 to 1723.
The following August, the Duc himself became first minister, but he died only four months later.
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 AllRefer.com - OrlEans, French royal family (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
The house of Valois-OrlEans was founded by Louis, duc d' OrlEans (see separate article), whose assassination (1407) caused the civil war between Armagnacs and Burgundians.
See W. Lewis, The Scandalous Regent (1961); C. Pevitt, Philippe, Duc d'OrlEans: Regent of France (1997).
He died childless, and his claim to the French throne passed to his cousin Jean d'OrlEans, duc de Guise, son of the duke of Chartres, and his heirs.
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 Georgian Index - The Prince Regents Set
Louis Philippe the eldest son Louis Philippe Joseph and Adelaide de Bourbon was at first styled Duke de Valois, he succeeded as the Duke de Chartres in 1785 when his father became Duc d' Orleans.
Whether it was begging his Father for a military commission then abandoning the army camp at Brighton to return to the comforts of his Pavilion, Embracing French cuisine and clothes with the Duc d' Orleans then joining Norfolk in the Beef-steak Society and embracing Brummell's sober dress, or decisively ending his relationship with Mrs.
He became the Duc d' Orleans when his father was guillotined by the Jacobin government in November 1793 during the bloody French Revolution.
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 Burgundy
A brother of Louis XIV, Philippe I (1640-1701), duc d'Orléans, was the founder of the collateral branch of Bourbons known as the house of Orléans.
After the overthrow of Charles X in the July Revolution of 1830, Louis Philippe, duc d'Orléans, was proclaimed king of the French by the Orleanists, a party that supported the claim of the house of Orléans to the throne of France.
A grandson of Louis XIV, Philippe, duc d'Anjou, became Philip V of Spain, the founder of the Spanish house of Bourbon.
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 Organized Anarchy
Nicolas Chamfort, one of the Duc dOrleans’ co-conspirators, admitted to Jean Francois Marmontel that it was Orleaniste gold that had paid for a scurvy band of thugs to initiate the riot that destroyed the factory of a generous philanthropist, Reveillon, who had always assisted the poor with jobs and benefactions.
It is also worth noting that the Duc dOrleans, the Duc de Biron, the Marquis de Sillery, and their degenerate companions relied heavily on the dregs of Parisian and Marseillais society to carry out their brutish work.
Foremost among these “silk hat revolutionaries” was Louis Philippe Joseph, fifth Duc dOrleans, a distant cousin to King Louis XVI, and a thoroughly dissolute reprobate.
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 thePeerage.com - Person Page 682
Charles de Bourbon, Duc d'Alencon was the son of Charles de Bourbon, Duc de Berry and Marie Louise Elizabeth d'Orléans.
Louise Marie d'Orléans was the daughter of Louis d'Orléans, Duc d'Orléans and Auguste Marie Prinzessin von Baden-Baden.
He was born on 26 March 1713 at Versailles, Ile de France, France.
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 Illustrious People
Duc (duke of) d'Orléans, Gaston (-Jean-Baptiste), Duc d'Anjou, byname Gaston de France, or Monsieur, prince who readily lent his prestige to several unsuccessful conspiracies and revolts against the ministerial governments during the reign of his brother, King Louis XIII (ruled 1610-43), and the minority of his nephew, Louis XIV (ruled 1643-1715).
The third son of King Henry IV (ruled 1589-1610) and Marie de Médicis, Gaston was at first known as the Duc d'Anjou.
He went through with the marriage (August 1626) and was created duc d'Orléans, the first duke of the third dynasty of Orléans; nine months later his wife died in childbirth.
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 Worldroots.com
1 Prince Luis Gastao de Orleans and Braganca
1 Prince Pedro Henrique de Orleans and Braganca
Sabran-Ponteves, 7.Duc de Sabran and Roselyne Manca-Amat de
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 AllRefer.com - Guise, Jean d'OrlEans, duc de (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Guise, Jean d'OrlEans, duc de, French History, Biographies
Guise, Jean d'OrlEans, duc de see OrlEans, family.
More articles from AllRefer Reference on Guise, Jean d'Orleans, duc de
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 Articles - List of Counts and Dukes of Anjou
Louis François, Duc d'Anjou ( 1672 - 1672), son of King Louis XIV, styled Duke of Anjou from birth
Louis III, 3rd Duc d'Anjou ( 1403 - 1434), son of Louis II René, 4th Duc d'Anjou ( 1409 - 1480), brother of Louis III
Philippe, Duc d'Anjou ( 1683 - 1746), son of Louis, le Grand Dauphin and grandson of Louis XIV, styled Duke of Anjou from birth until he became King Felipe V of Spain in 1700
www.lifevalley.com /articles/House_of_Anjou   (518 words)

  
 RootsWeb: GEN-FR-L Re: Prtendants la couronne de France ?
Louis XX- Duc de Bourbon (born 1974) son of AlphonseII, duc d`Anjou and
>> Louis XX - Duc de Bourbon (n en 1974) fils d'Alphonse II, duc d'Anjou et
However, he added that it was neither about the Duke, nor about a Count,
archiver.rootsweb.com /th/read/GEN-FR/1998-10/0907673561   (518 words)

  
 Orleans Family
The founder of the modern house of Bourbon-Orleans was Philippe I, duc d'Orleans, b.
The house of Valois-Orleans was founded by Louis, duc d'Orleans, b.
13, 1372, who was granted (1392) the duchy of Orleans by his brother King CHARLES VI.
www.gatewayno.com /history/Orleans_History.html   (345 words)

  
 Philippe, Duc D'Orleans
Philippe d'Orleans was born on 2 August 1674 at Saint-Cloud, the home of his parents, the duc and duchesse d'Orleans, known at court simply as Monsieur and Madame, brother and sister-in-law of King Louis XIV.
That was his only brother Philippe, duc d'Orleans, known at court simply as Monsieur.
In 1680 warrants were issued for the arrest of the comtesse de Soissons, the duchesse de Bouillon, the marquise d'Alluye, the princesse de Tingry and the marechal de Luxembourg.
partners.nytimes.com /books/first/p/pevitt-philippe.html   (345 words)

  
 The French Royal Family: Titles and Customs
The new king was the head of the house of Bourbon-Orléans, descended from Philippe, duc d'Orléans, son of Louis XIII.
The Valois ruled from 1328 to 1589, with the first line extinct in 1498 succeeded by the house of Valois-Orléans (Louis XII, grandson of Louis, duc d'Orléans, son of Charles V) and on Louis XII's death in 1515 by the house of Valois-Orléans-Angoulême (François I, son of Charles, comte d'Angoulême, son of Louis I d'Orléans).
The legitimized children of kings took as family name the name of the house: for example, the son of Charles IX, was known as Charles de Valois, duke of Angoulême (the name of the house was officially Valois because François I had been made duc de Valois in 1498 before ascending the throne).
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 The State Hermitage Museum: Hermitage News
The Hermitage's acquisition of Francois Fleury Richard's painting Valentine de Milan pleurant la mort de son époux Louis d'Orléans, assassiné en 1407 par Jean sans Peur, duc de Bourgogne (Valentina of Milan Mourning the Death of her Husband, the Duke of Orleans, slain in 1407 by John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy)
The canvas Valentina of Milan was painted on a historical subject and depicts Valentina of Milan mourning her husband, the Duke of Orleans, who was killed by John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy, in 1407.
Valentina of Milan Mourning the Death of her Husband, the Duke of Orleans, slain in 1407 by John the Fearless, Duke of Burgundy
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 Worldroots.com
Patrice de MacMahon, 2.Duc de Magenta, 6.Marquis de
2 Prince Pedro de Alcantara de Orleans and Braganca
1 Prince Pedro Henrique de Orleans and Braganca
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 Index Lo-Ly
He was the great-grandson of King Louis XIV and the son of Louis, duc de Bourgogne, and Marie-Adélaïde of Savoy.
Orléans died in December 1723, and his successor as chief minister, Louis-Henri, duc de Bourbon-Condé, cancelled the Spanish betrothal and married the king to Marie Leszczynska, daughter of the dethroned king Stanislaw I of Poland.
He became duc d'Orléans on the execution of his father by the Jacobin government in November 1793.
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 Louis, Duke of Nemours - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Louis Charles Philippe Raphael, duc de Nemours (October 25, 1814- June 26, 1896) was the second son of the duke of Orleans, afterwards King Louis-Philippe of France, and his wife Marie Amalie of Bourbon-Sicilies.
These wishes were frustrated on the one hand by the attitude of the comte de Chambord, and on the other by the determination of the duchess of Orleans to maintain the pretensions of the count of Paris.
In 1871 the Orleans princes renewed their professions of allegiance to the senior branch of their house, but they were not consulted when the count of Chambord came to Paris in 1873, and their political differences remained until his death in 1883.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Louis_Charles_Philippe_Raphael,_duc_de_Nemours   (918 words)

  
 The French Royal Family: A Genealogy
Philippe (1336-75), comte de Beaumont to 1353, comte de Valois 1344, duc d'Orléans 1344, s.p.
Philippe (1683-1746), duc d'Anjou to 1700: France a bordure gules
Philippe (1640-1701), duc d'Anjou: France a bordure gules
www.heraldica.org /topics/france/roygenea.htm   (918 words)

  
 Memoirs of Louis XIV Links
Memoirs of Louis XIV and His Court and of the Regency - By Charlotte-Elisabeth, duchesse d'Orleans.
Memoirs of Louis XIV and His Court and of the Regency, Volume 1 - By Charlotte-Elisabeth, duchesse d'Orleans.
Memoirs of Louis XIV and His Court and of the Regency, Volume 3 - By Charlotte-Elisabeth, duchesse d'Orleans.
www.welcome-2-europe.com /France_Society_and_Culture_History_Historical_Personages_Louis_XIV_Memoirs_of_Louis_XIV.html   (1827 words)

  
 House of Orleans - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For many centuries the House of Orleans was one of the most important noble families in France, with the Duc d'Orléans traditionally being very close to the king.
In 1830, following the French July Revolution the House of Orleans became the ruling house when the restored Bourbon monarch Charles X was replaced by Louis Philippe, son of Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d'Orléans.
Louis Philippe ruled as a constitutional monarch, and was called "King of the French," not "of France." His reign lasted until the 1848 revolution, when he abdicated and fled to England.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/House_of_Orleans   (154 words)

  
 vol12.doc
Law, the Scotchman, who, under the favour of M. le Duc d'Orleans, had been allowed some influence over the State money matters, was to possess that influence no longer; in fact, all power on the part of the Regent over the finances was to be taken from him.
Immediately this fact became known, the Duc de la Force and Fagon (Councillor of State) went to the Regent--'twas on the 19th of August, 1718--and spoke to him with such effect, that he ordered them to assemble with Law that very day at my house in order to see what was to be done.
The Regent, who was near the King's armchair, said aloud, "Now, gentlemen, let us take our places." Each approached to do so, and as I looked behind mine I saw the, two brothers at the, door as though about to leave the room.
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Orléans (family)
Louis Philippe belonged to the house of Bourbon-Orléans, a branch of the French royal family stemming from Philippe I, duc d'Orléans, the brother of...
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 cm35b10.txt
That was why he pressed M. le Duc d'Orleans so pitilessly, and forced him to admit that he had never asked him to allow Law to leave the country.
CHAPTER C System of Law in Danger.--Prodigality of the Duc d'Orleans.--Admissions of Law.--Fall of His Notes.--Violent Measures Taken to Support Them.-- Their Failure.--Increased Extravagance of the Regent.--Reduction of the Fervour.--Proposed Colonies.--Forced Emigration.--Decree on the Indian Company.--Scheming of Argenson.
Madame la Duchesse de Berry would constrain herself in nothing; she was indignant that people would dare to speak of what she did not take the trouble to hide from them; and nevertheless she was grieved to death that her conduct was known.
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