Honoré V, Prince of Monaco

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Honoré V
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Prince of Monaco
Reign 16 February 1819 – 2 October 1841
Predecessor Honoré IV
Successor Florestan I
Full name
Honoré Gabriel Grimaldi
House House of Grimaldi
Father Honoré IV, Prince of Monaco
Mother Louise d'Aumont
Born (1778-05-13)13 May 1778
Paris, France
Died 2 October 1841(1841-10-02) (aged 63)
Paris, France
Burial Saint Nicholas Cathedral

Honoré V (13 May/14 May 1778, in Paris – 2 October 1841, in Paris) was Prince of Monaco and Duke of Valentinois. He was born Honoré Gabriel Grimaldi, the first son of Honoré IV of Monaco and Louise d'Aumont. He died unmarried; his younger brother, Prince Florestan, succeeded him.

Honoré V had a natural and legitimized son Louis Gabriel Oscar Grimaldi, marquis des Baux, born in Paris on 9 June 1814 and died in Saint-Germain-en-Laye on 15 July 1894, with Félicité Madeleine Honorée Gabrielle de Rouault de Gamaches, daughter of Joachim Valéry Thérèse Louis, marquis de Gamaches, grand d'Espagne and Marie Catherine Hyacinthe de Choiseul-Beaupré, and wife on 19 April 1800 of Jacques Philippe Achille Louis Auguste Barthélémy François, comte d'Héricy. Louis-Gabriel-Oscar Grimaldi also died unmarried.

Ancestry[edit]

Royal Monogram of Prince Honoré V of Monaco
Preceded by
Honoré IV
Sovereign Prince of Monaco
Duke of Valentinois

1819–1841
Succeeded by
Florestan I
Hereditary Prince of Monaco
Marquis of Baux

1814–1819