De la Roche family
|de la Roche|
|Etymology||"of the Rock" in French in reference to the place of origin|
|Place of origin||La Roche-sur-l'Ognon, |
Duchy of Athens, Fourth Crusade
|Members||Othon de la Roche (founder)|
|Distinctions||Dukes (European nobility)|
- Alice de la Roche, (Unknown-1282) Lady of Beirut, Regent of Beirut
- Guy I de la Roche, (1205–1263) Frankish Duke of Athens
- Guy II de la Roche, (1280 – 1308) Frankish Duke of Athens
- Isabella de la Roche, (died c.1291) Daughter of Guy I de la Roche and wife of Geoffrey of Briel
- Jacqueline de la Roche (died c.1329) baroness of Veligosti and Damala in 1308-1329, from 1311 in co-regency with her spouse.
- John I de la Roche (died 1280) Frankish Duke of Athens, succeeding his father; Guy I de la Roche
- Othon de la Roche (died c.1234) First Frankish Lord and Duke of Athens
- Renaud de la Roche, father of Jacqueline de la Roche
- William de la Roche (lord of Veligosti) Baron of Veligosti and Damala in the Principality of Achaea, and a relative of the ruling Dukes of Athens of the de la Roche family.
- William I de la Roche (died 1287) succeeded his brother, John I de la Roche, as Duke of Athens in 1280.