Person:François d'Orléans-Longueville (4)

François d'Orléans-Longueville, duc de Fronsac
  • HFrançois d'Orléans-Longueville, duc de Fronsac1570 - 1631
  • W.  Anne de Caumont (add)
  1. Fronsac Léonor II d'Orléans1605 - 1622
Facts and Events
Name[1] François d'Orléans-Longueville, duc de Fronsac
Gender Male
Birth[1] 1570
Marriage to Anne de Caumont (add)
Death[1] 1631
Reference Number? Q2240240?

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François III d’Orléans (1570 – 1631), Duke of Château-Thierry and of Fronsac, Count of Saint-Pol was governor of Orléans, Blois and Tours and a general of the French Wars of Religion. He was the second born son of Eleonor of Neuchâtel.

François III was created Count of Saint-Pol in 1601. In January 1608, he inherited the title of Duke of Fronsac when his only son, Léonor II, 1st Duke of Fronsac died without an heir.

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