Duke of Fitz-James

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Duke of Fitz-James (Fr.: duc de Fitz-James) is a title of nobility in the peerage of France that was created by Louis XIV of France in 1710 for James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick.

List of Dukes of Fitz-James, 1710—1967[edit]

From To Duke of Fitz-James Relationship to predecessor
1710 1718 James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick (1670-1734) First Duke of Fitz-James
1718 1721 Henry James Fitz-James, 2nd Duke of Fitz-James (1700-1721) Son of James FitzJames, 1st Duke of Berwick
1721 1764 François de Fitz-James (1709-1764) Brother of Henry James Fitz-James, 2nd Duke of Fitz-James
1721 1787 Charles de Fitz-James (1712-1787) Brother of Henry James Fitz-James, 2nd Duke of Fitz-James
1787 1805 Jacques Charles de Fitz-James (1743-1805) Son of Charles de Fitz-James
1805 1838 Édouard de Fitz-James (1776-1838) Son of Jacques Charles de Fitz-James
1838 1846 Jacques Marie Emanuel de Fitz-James (1803-1846) Son of Édouard de Fitz-James
1846 1906 Édouard Antoine Sidoine de Fitz-James (1828-1906) Son of Jacques Marie Emanuel de Fitz-James
1906 1944 Jacques Gustave Sidoine de Fitz-James (1852-1944) Son of Édouard Antoine Sidoine de Fitz-James
1944 1967 Jacques de Fitzjames (1886-1967)

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