Francis II of Beauharnais

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Francis II of Beauharnais (died 1651) was a French magistrate. He was seigneur of La Grillière, the first president to the Présidial of Orléans (1598), lieutenant général to the bailliage of Orléans, and a Third Estate député at the Estates General of 1614.


He was the son of Francis I of Beauharnais, seigneur de Miramion, and his wife Madeleine Bourdineau.

Marriage and issue[edit]

He married Anne Brachet, (daughter of Antoine Brachet and his wife Jeanne Jamet). They had 7 children, including :

  • Jean de Beauharnais, seigneur de La Boische et de La Chaussée.