Prince of Soubise

Prince of Soubise

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Prince Ceased to be Prince Death Spouse
François, Prince of Soubise Hercule, Duke of Montbazon
(Rohan)
1630 17 April 1663 March 1667
Soubise raised to a principality
24 August 1712 Anne de Rohan-Chabot
Hercule Mériadec, Duke of Rohan-Rohan[1] François, Prince of Soubise 8 May 1669 15 February 1694
2 September 1732
24 August 1712
de facto accession
26 January 1749 Anne Geneviève de Lévis
Marie Sophie de Courcillon[2]
Jules, Prince of Soubise Hercule Mériadec, Duke of Rohan-Rohan 16 January 1697 16 September 1714 24 August 1712
grand father's death
6 May 1724 Anne Julie de Melun
Charles, Prince of Soubise Jules, Prince of Soubise 16 July 1715 23 December 1745
29 December 1734
6 November 1741
6 May 1724 4 July 1787
death
Anne Marie Louise de La Tour d'Auvergne
Anne Therese of Savoy
Victoria of Hesse-Rotenburg
Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Prince Ceased to be Prince Death Spouse

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