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Duc de Longueville

The title Duke of Longueville (Longueville-sur-Scie) was a French title of nobility, though not a peerage of France.


It was created in 1505 by King Louis XII of France for his first cousin once removed François d'Orléans, Count of Dunois, son of François d'Orléans, Count of Dunois, son of Jean d'Orléans, himself an illegitimate son of the Duke of Orléans. The title became extinct in 1694 following the death of Marie de Nemours. From 1648, Longueville was also Sovereign Prince of Neuchâtel, a Swiss territory. In 1654 the eighth duke was created a peer as Duke of Coulommiers but the peerage was never registered and so became extinct at his death.

Dukes of Longueville

  1. François II (1478–1513).
  2. Louis I (1480–1516) brother of the preceding.
  3. Claude (1508–1524) son of the preceding.
  4. Louis II (1510–1537) brother of the preceding.
  5. François III (1535–1551) son of the preceding.
  6. Léonor (1540–1573) first cousin of the preceding.
  7. Henri I (1568–1595) son of the preceding.
  8. Henri II (1595–1663) son of the preceding.
  9. Jean Louis Charles (1646–1668), son of the preceding. He resigned the title to his half-brother in 1668.
  10. Charles Paris (1668–1672) half-brother of the preceding. On his death the title went back to his half-brother.
  11. Jean Louis Charles (1672–1694).
Name Portrait Birth Marriages Death
Léonor d'Orléans
eldest son of Françoise d'Orléans, Marquis de Rothelin and Jacqueline de Rohan
Marie, Duchess of Estouteville
2 July 1563
six children
7 August 1573
aged 32–33
Henri I d'Orléans
eldest son of Léonor d'Orléans and Marie, Duchess of Estouteville
Catherine Gonzaga
1 March 1588
one son
8 April 1595
aged 26–27
Henri II d'Orléans
6 April 1595
only son of Henri I d'Orléans and Catherine Gonzaga
(1) Louise de Bourbon
10 April 1617
three children
(2) Anne Geneviève de Bourbon
2 June 1642
Hôtel de Conti
four children
11 May 1663
aged 68
Jean Louis Charles d'Orléans
12 January 1646
eldest son of Henri II d'Orléans and Anne Geneviève de Bourbon
never married 2 April 1694
Abbey of Saint-Georges, Boscherville
aged 48
Charles Paris d'Orléans
29 January 1649
Hôtel de Ville, Paris
youngest son of Henri II d'Orléans and Anne Geneviève de Bourbon
never married 12 June 1672
Crossing of the Rhine near Tolhuis
aged 23
Jean Louis Charles d'Orléans
12 January 1646
eldest son of Henri II d'Orléans and Anne Geneviève de Bourbon
never married 2 April 1694
Abbey of Saint-Georges, Boscherville
aged 48

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