Antoine Charles IV de Gramont
Antoine Charles IV de Gramont, comte de Guiche, 3rd Duke de Gramont, comte de Louvigny, Souverain de Bidache (1641 – 25 October 1720) was a French diplomat.
Antoine Charles de Gramont
|Count of Guiche|
|Died||25 October 1720 (aged 79)|
|Spouse(s)||Marie Charlotte de Castelnau|
Anne Baillet de La Cour
|Father||Antoine de Gramont, Duke of Gramont|
|Mother||Françoise Marguerite du Plessis|
He distinguished himself in the King’s armies during the campaign against Holland in 1672 and during the Siege of Besançon (1674) in the Franco-Dutch War.
Later he was Ambassador extraordinary in Spain, Viceroy of Navarre and Béarn, and governor of Bayonne.
He was a Knight of the King's order and Knight of the Golden Fleece.
In 1668 he married Marie Charlotte de Castelnau (1648 – 29 January 1694), daughter of Marshal Castelnau.
They had two children :
- Catherine-Charlotte de Boufflers (c. 1670–1739), lady-in-waiting, married Louis François, duc de Boufflers
- Antoine V de Gramont (1672–1725), 4th Duke of Gramont.
After his wife died he married Anne Baillet de La Cour in 1710.
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