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Louis III de La Trémoille

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Louis III de La Trémoille
Louis III, seigneur de la Trémoille, duc de Thouars.jpg
Louis III de La Trémoille
Born1521
Died25 March 1577 (aged 55–56)
Melle
Noble familyLa Tremoille
Spouse(s)Jeanne de Montmorency
Issue
FatherFrançois II de La Trémoille
MotherAnne de Laval

Louis III de La Trémoille (1521 – 25 March 1577), 1st Duke of Thouars, was a sixteenth-century French nobleman of the La Tremoille family. He was the son of François II de La Trémoille and his wife, Anne de Laval.

Louis accompanied the dauphin on a voyage to Perpignan in 1542, served in the war against the English in Picardy and was one of the four barons given as a hostage of the Holy Ampoule at the consecration of Henry II, and one of the hostages of the peace treaty concluded in 1542 between France and England.

In 1549, he married Jeanne de Montmorency (1528–1596), the second daughter of Anne de Montmorency.[1] They had five children, including:

Louis served in Italy under Marshal de Cossé. In 1560, he was a lieutenant general of Poitou and of Saintonge. He was charged, in 1567, with the command of the Loire Valley, served under the Duke of Anjou and was killed at the siege of Melle on 25 March 1577, at the moment when the city fell.

References

Sources

  • Bardet, Jean-Pierre; Dinet, Dominique; Poussou, Jean-Pierre; Vignal, Marie Catherine, eds. (2000). Etat et société en France aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles (in French). Presses de l'Universitie de Paris-Sorbonne.CS1 maint: ref=harv (link)
Louis III de La Trémoille
Born: 1521 Died: 25 March 1577
French nobility
New title Duc de Thouars
July 1563 – 25 March 1577
Succeeded by
Claude de La Trémoille


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