Antoine de Loménie

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Antoine de Lomenie, lord of La Ville-aux-Clerics (1560 - 17 January 1638 Paris) was a Secretary of the Navy under Louis XIII of 7 November 1613 to 10 August 1615, and Ambassador Extraordinary of France to England.

He was the son of Martial Lomenie, lord of Versailles 1572 and Jacqueline Pinault. He married on 1 October 1593 with Anne of Aubourg, lady Porcheux 1608; they had children:

  • Henri-Auguste de 1595-1666 Lomenie
  • Catherine Henriette 1667
  • Marie Antoinette
Political offices
Preceded by
Martin Ruze
Minister of the Navy and the Colonies
7 November 1613 - 10 August 1615
Succeeded by
Henri Auguste de Loménie


This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2009-4-12 of the equivalent article on the French Wikipedia.