Count of Évreux

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The Count of Évreux was a French noble title and was named for the county of Évreux in Normandy. It was successively used by the Norman dynasty, the Montfort-l'Amaury family, the Capetian's as well as the House of La Tour d'Auvergne. The title is today used by Prince Michel, Count of Évreux, a member of the House of Orléans.

House of Normandy[edit]

House of Montfort-l'Amaury[edit]

  • 1118-1137 : Amaury I, nephew of William, Count of Évreux
  • 1137-1140 : Amaury II, son of the above;
  • 1140-1181 : Simon, brother of the above;
  • 1181-1182 : Amaury III, son of the above;
  • 1182-1195 : Amaury IV, son of the above;
In 1195, the county became the property of John of England. Amaury IV was later created the Earl of Gloucester



House of Capet[edit]

Confiscated by Charles V of France
Exchanged for the newly-created Duchy of Nemours

House of Stewart[edit]

House of Brezé[edit]

House of Valois[edit]

House of La Tour d'Auvergne[edit]

House of Orléans[edit]