Henri Albert de La Grange d'Arquien

Henri Albert de La Grange d'Arquien, Marquis of Arquien (8 September 1613 – 24 May 1707)[1] was born in Calais, France, the son of Antoine de La Grange d'Arquien, governor of Calais, and Anne d'Ancienville. His surname is also listed as Lagrange.

Henri Albert de La Grange d'Arquien
Marquis of Arquien
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Henri Albert de La Grange d'Arquien
Born(1613-09-08)8 September 1613
Calais
Died24 May 1707(1707-05-24) (aged 93)
Rome
BuriedSan Luigi dei Francesi
Issue
FatherAntoine de La Grange d'Arquien
MotherAnne d'Ancienville

Henri was first married to Françoise de La Châtre (1613-1648). They had twelve children, but only two survived childhood:

  1. Pierre (1634-1638)[2]
  2. Paul (1635-1638)[2]
  3. Catherine (1636–1638)[2]
  4. Louise Marie (1638-1728)
  5. Marguerite (1639–1641)
  6. Marie Caroline (1640-1641)
  7. Marie Casimire (1641-1716), who became queen of Poland.
  8. Francoise (1642–1646)
  9. Anne (1643-1643)
  10. Antoine (1645–1653)
  11. Francois (1646-1646)
  12. Jeanne (1647-1647)

Henri then married Charlotte de La Fin de Salins. They had six children, all of whom died in childhood:

  • Sophie (1650-1655)
  • Conradine (1651-1655)
  • Stillborn child (1652)
  • Christine (23 October 1653 – 7 January 1654).
  • Charlotte (1 June 1656 – 15 May 1657).
  • Charles (16 February 1658 – 8 July 1659).

Henri was named a knight at Żółkiew, Poland, on 13 April 1694. He became aCardinal of the Roman Catholic Church in 1695; he was Cardinal deacon of San Nicola in Carcere. He died in Rome on 24 May 1707 and was buried in San Luigi dei Francesi.


ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Henri Albert - Cardinal de La Grange d'Arquien". catholic-hierarchy.org. Retrieved 11 August 2010. [self-published]
  2. ^ a b c Hughes 2004, p. 135.
Catholic Church titles
Preceded by
Gianfrancesco Ginetti
Cardinal-Deacon of San Nicola in Carcere
1699–1707
Succeeded by
Lorenzo Altieri
Records
Preceded by
Alderano Cybo
Oldest living Member of the Sacred College
22 July 1700 - 24 May 1707
Succeeded by
Alessandro Caprara