Lord Chamberlain of the Archduchess

Lord Chamberlain of the Archduchess was a ceremonial function at the imperial court of Brussels.

This position was given to important members of the Nobility of Brabant and Flanders, in service of Prince Charles Alexander of Lorraine and archduchess Maria Christina, imperial governess of the Habsburg Netherlands.[1]

Lord Grand Chamberlains in Imperials ServiceEdit

Lord Chamberlains in Imperial ServiceEdit

PrincesEdit

  • The Prince of Béthune

DukesEdit

MarquessesEdit

  • The Marquess of Arconati, (1751-1772)
  • The Marquess of Assche, (1755-1757)
  • The Marquess of Bournonville, (1745-1754)
  • The Marquess of Deynze, (1745-1774)
  • The Marquess of Ayseau.
  • The Marquess of Herzelles, (1745-59)
  • The Marquess of Hoensbroech, (1771-1772)
  • The Marquess of Yves
  • The Marquess of La Puente, (1767-1780)
  • The Marquess of Laverne, (1745-1743)
  • The Marquess of Rode, (1761-1766)
  • The Marquess of Wemmel, (1766-1780)
  • The Marquess of Westerloo, (1745-1770)
  • The Marquess of Chasteler, (1763-1768)
  • The Marquess of Ittres
  • The Marquess of Spontin


CountsEdit






Viscounts

  • The Viscount of Audernaerde: Eugène-François de Lalaing
  • The Viscount of Nieuport: Charles-Florent de Preud'homme
  • The Viscount of Dipenghnies
  • The Viscount of Villers
  • The Viscount of Elzéé: Henri-Claude de Namur

BaronsEdit

  • The Baron of Rommerswael
  • The Baron of Inghelmunster
  • The Baron of Seckendorff
  • The Baron of Overijssche
  • The Baron vander Gracht

OthersEdit

  • The lord of Brederode

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Den grooten Brugschen comptoir-almanach ...by Pieter de Sloovere & Joseph de Busscher, 1789; pag. 2
  2. ^ Almanach de la cour de Bruxelles sous les dominations autrichiennes et française, la monarchie des Pays-Bas et le gouvernement belge, de 1725 à 1840, formant l'introduction à l'almanach royal officiel de Belgique/ Tarlier, 1864