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Charles Belgique Hollande de La Trémoïlle (May 1655 – 1 June 1709), 4th duc of Thouars, was a French nobleman. He was the second child and eldest son of Henri Charles de La Trémoille and Émilie ofHesse-Kassel. Brought up Calvinist, in 1668 his father had converted to Catholicism and then forcibly converted his children as well. His mother and eldest sister fled to the Netherlands. In 1675 he married Madeleine de Créquy, daughter and heiress of Charles III de Créquy. The couple had two children, Charles and Marie.