Princess of Turenne

The title Princess of Turenne was used by the daughters-in-law of the Dukes of Bouillon as wives of the Princes of Turenne, heirs to Bouillon and Sedan.[citation needed]

House of La Tour d'Auvergne, 1691-1794Edit

Picture Name Father Birth Marriage Became Princess Ceased to be Princess Death Husband
  Anne Geneviève de Lévis Louis Charles de Lévis
(Lévis)
February 1673 16 February 1691 4 August 1692
husband's death
20 March 1727 Louis Charles de La Tour d'Auvergne
Duke of Rohan-Rohan
[1]
  Marie Armande de La Trémoille Charles Belgique Hollande de La Trémoille
(La Trémoille)
1677 1 February 1696 5 March 1717 Emmanuel Théodose
  Louise Françoise Angélique Le Tellier LLouis François Marie Le Tellier
(Le Tellier)
unknown 4 January 1718 8 July 1719
Died in childbirth
  Anne Marie Christiane de Simiane François Louis Claude Edme de Simiane, Count of Moncha
(Simiane)
1698 26 May 1720 26 July 1721
husband becomes Duke of Bouillon
8 August 1722
Died in childbirth
  Maria Karolina Sobieska James Louis Sobieski
(Sobieski)
25 November 1697 25 August 1723
first marriage
1 October 1723
first husband's death
8 May 1740 Frédéric Maurice Casimir
2 April 1724
second marriage
17 April 1730
husband becomes Duke of Bouillon
Godefroy Maurice
  Louise de Lorraine Charles Louis, Count of Marsan
(Guise)
30 December 1718 27 November 1743 24 October 1771
husband becomes Duke of Bouillon
5 September 1788 Godefroy
  Maria Hedwig Eleonora of Hesse-Rotenburg Constantine, Landgrave of Hesse-Rotenburg
(Hesse-Rotenburg)
26 June 1748 17 July 1766 3 December 1792
husband becomes Duke of Bouillon
27 May 1801 Jacques Léopold

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Velde, François. "French principalities". Hereldica.org. Retrieved 2010-04-07. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)