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Louis Charles de La Trémoille

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Prince Louis Charles de La Trémoille
9th Duke of Thouars (more...)
Duke of Thouars
period10 November 1839 – 4 July 1911
PredecessorPrince Charles Bretagne Marie de La Trémoille
SuccessorPrince Louis Charles Marie de La Trémoille
Born(1838-10-26)26 October 1838
Paris, Kingdom of France (now French Fifth Republic)
Died4 July 1911(1911-07-04) (aged 72)
Paris
Noble familyLa Trémoille
Spouse(s)Marguerite-Jeanne Duchâtel
(m. 1862 – 1911; his death)
Issue
Prince Louis Charles Marie de La Trémoille, 10th Duke of Thouars
Princess Charlotte de La Trémoille, Duchess of Estrées
FatherPrince Charles Bretagne Marie de La Trémoille, 8th Duke of Thouars
MotherValentine Eugénie Joséphine Walsh de Serrant
ReligionRoman Catholicism

Prince Louis Charles de La Trémoille (26 October 1838 – 4 July 1911), 9th Duke of Thouars, 8th Duke of La Trémoïlle, 11th prince de Tarente, 15th prince de Talmond and 15th Count of Laval[1] was a French aristocrat and the son of Charles Bretagne Marie de La Trémoille and his third wife, Valentine Eugénie Joséphine Walsh de Serrant.

Louis Charles was also an archivist, bibliophile and also collector.

Life

La Trémoille was born in his father's seventy-fifth year, and acceded to his titles just one year later. He became a historian and in 1889 was inducted as a member of the Academy of Inscriptions and Beautiful Letters. He devoted much study to his family archives, held at the Château de Serrant and also granted access of them to researchers, in particular Paul Marchegay (1812–1885) and the historian Hugues Imbert (1822–1882).

On 23 August 23, 1886, accompanied by his friend Henry Le Tonnelier de Breteuil, Marquis of Breteuil, Louis Charles escorted Prince Philippe d’Orléans, Duke of Orléans and various other Orléans Princes who were subject to The Law of Exile from the Palace of Eu to Le Tréport where they were to embark to England.

Marriage

On 2 July 1862 he married Marguerite-Jeanne Tanneguy-Duchâtel (16 December 1840 – 19 September 1913), daughter of count Charles Marie Tanneguy Duchâtel, former minister to King Louis-Philippe of France and of his wife Rosalie ("Eglé") Paulée); They had two children:

References

  1. ^ Almanach de Gotha, La Trémoïlle. Justus Perthes, 1944, p.463. French.
Prince Louis Charles de La Trémoille
Born: 26 October 1838 Died: 4 July 1911
French nobility
Preceded by
Prince Charles Bretagne Marie de La Trémoille
Duke of Thouars, et cetera
10 November 1839 – 4 July 1911
Succeeded by
Prince Louis Charles Marie de La Trémoille
This page was last edited on 8 June 2020, at 17:44
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