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Counts of Eu

This is a list of the counts of Eu, a French fief in the Middle Ages.

Map of Normandy

Contents

  • House of Normandy 1
  • House of Lusignan 2
  • House of Brienne 3
  • House of Artois 4
  • House of Bourchier 5
  • House of Burgundy-Nevers 6
  • House of Cleves 7
  • House of Guise 8
  • House of Montpensier 9
  • House of Bourbon 10
  • House of Orléans 11
  • References 12

House of Normandy

Arms of the Counts of Eu, House of Normandy: D'azur, au lion d'or,l'écu semé de billettes d'or

House of Lusignan

Arms of the Lusignan Counts of Eu

House of Brienne

Raoul IV was accused of treason in 1350, and the county was confiscated. The county was then given to John of Artois.

House of Artois

House of Bourchier

House of Burgundy-Nevers

House of Cleves

House of Guise

In 1660, he sold Eu to the duchesse de Montpensier.

House of Montpensier

She sold it in 1681 to the duc du Maine.

House of Bourbon

The title was used by the House of Bourbon du Maine till 1775 when that house became extinct. It then passed over to the cousins of the du Maines: the House of Bourbon-Penthièvre

House of Orléans

References

The Royal Ancestry Bible Royal ancestors of 300 American Families By Michel L. Call ISBN 1-933194-22-7 (chart 1696)

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