Duchy of Rambouillet

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The Duchy or Duke of Rambouillet was a French Peerage created in 1711 for Louis Alexandre de Bourbon, Légitimé de France, Count of Toulouse, youngest legitimised son of Louis XIV and Madame de Montespan.

House of Bourbon[edit]

de facto[edit]

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Duke Ceased to be Duke Death Spouse
Portrait painting of Louis Alexandre de Bourbon, Count of Toulouse by Hyacinthe Rigaud.jpg Louis Alexandre de Bourbon,
Légitimé de France
,
Count of Toulouse
Louis XIV of France
(Bourbon)
6 June 1678 2 February 1723 29 July 1711[1] 1 December 1737 Marie Victoire de Noailles
Monsieur de Penthièvre and his daughter, Jean-Baptiste Charpentier le Vieux.jpg Louis Jean Marie de Bourbon,
Duke of Penthièvre
Louis Alexandre de Bourbon, Count of Toulouse
(Bourbon)
16 November 1725 29 December 1744 1 December 1737
4 March 1793 Princess Maria Teresa Felicitas of Modena

References and notes[edit]

  1. ^ Velde, François. "Armory of Old Regime (pre-1789) French Peerage". Heraldica.org. Retrieved 2010-01-31. 

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