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, Seigneur de Versailles (†1572 in the St. Bartholomew's Day massacre, Paris) and Jacqueline Pinault.

He was Secrétaire d'État of Navarre 1595-1613.

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

References[edit]

  • Dugat, Gustave / Havet, Julien / Houdas, Octave Victor / Silvestre de Sacy, Antoine Isaac baron / Latouche, Emmanuel / Longueville, Edme Paul Marcellin : Notices et Extraits des Manuscrits de la Bibliothèque du Roi, Lûs au Comité établi par Sa Majesté dans l’Académie royale des Inscriptions & Belles Lettres, Tome Deuxième, Paris, l’Imprimerie Royale, 1789 (in French)