Lorraine-Guise

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Duke of Guise


Titles held by the family until their extinction in 1825
Duke of Guise and Pair of France (1528), Duke of Angoulême (1547), Duke of Aumale and Pair of France (1547), Prince de Joinville (1552 et 1558), Duke of Chevreuse and Pair of France (1555), Duke of Mercoeur and Pair of France (1569), Count of Eu and Pair of France (1570), Duke of Mayenne and Pair of France (1573), Duke of Elbeuf and Pair of France (1581), Duke of Aiguillon and Pair of France (1599), Duke of Joyeuse and Pair of France (1611), Duke of La Guiche and Pair of France (1653), Prince of Lambesc (1688), Prince of Lillebonne, Prince ofCommercy Count of Harcourt,Prince of Harcourt, Count of Brionne, Count of Armagnac. Prince of Marsan, Marquis of Puyguihem, Count of Pontgibault.

Offices of the French Household held by the family until their extinction in 1825
Grand Chambellan de France, Grand Veneur de France, Grand Maître de France, Grand Fauconnier de France, Grand Ecuyer de France

Prelates of the family until their extinction in 1825
Prince-Bishop of Metz, Bishop of Troyes, Bishop of Albi, Archbishop of Sens, Archbishop-Duke of Reims and Pair of France, Bishop of Bayeux.

Dukes of Guise (1528-1688)

  • Claude, (1496–1550), Count of Aumale, Count of Guise, Baron of Elbeuf, Mayenne and of Joinville, later Marquis of Mayenne, later 1st  Duke of Guise and Pair of France, Lord of Saint-Dizier.
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1st Duke of Guise

Sons of Claude, (1496–1550), 1st Duke of Guise :

  • Francis, (1519–1563), 2nd Duke of Guise. Grand Chambellan and Grand Veneur et Grand Maître de France
  • Charles, (1524–.–1574), Duke of Chevreuse, Archbishop of Reims and Cardinal of Guise.
  • Claude, (1526–1573), Duke of Aumale, Ancestor of the Dukes of Aumale.
  • Louis I, (1527–1578), Archbishop of Sens and Cardinal of Guise.
  • René, (1536–1566), Marquis of Elbeuf, Ancestor of the Dukes of Elbeuf and Counts of Harcourt, Brionne and Armagnac.
 
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2nd Duke of Guise

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Charles, (1524–1574), Duke of Chevreuse

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Claude, (1526–1573), Duke of Aumale

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Louis I, (1527–1578), Archbishop of Sens

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René, (1536–1566), Marquis of Elbeuf

Daughter of Claude, (1496–1550), 1st  Duke of Guise:

  • Mary of Lorraine (of Guise) (1515–1560) Queen of Scotland, daughter of Claude, (1496–1550), 1st  Duke of Guise

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Mary of Lorraine (of Guise) (1515–1560) Queen of Scotland

Sons of Francis, (1519–1563), 2nd Duke of Guise:

  • Henry I, (1550–1588), 3rd Duke of Guise and Prince of Joinville and Grand Maître de France.
  • Charles of Lorraine, (1554–1611), Duke of Mayenne, Admiral of France. Ancestor of the Dukes of Mayenne.
  • Louis II, (1555–1588), Archbishop of Reims and Cardinal of Guise.



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3rd Duke of Guise

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Charles of Lorraine, (1554–1611), Duke of Mayenne

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Louis II, (1555–1588), Archbishop of Reims

Sons of Henry I, (1550–1588), 3rd Duke of Guise:

  • Charles, (1571–1640), 4th Duke of Guise and Prince of Joinville and Grand Maître de France.
  • Louis III, (1575–1621), Archbishop of Reims and Cardinal of Guise.
  • Claude, (1578–1657), Duke of Chevreuse, Grand Chambellan and Grand Fauconnier de France. Knight of the Garter.



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4th Duke of Guise

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Louis III, (1575–1621), Archbishop of Reims

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Claude, (1578–1657), Duke of Chevreuse

Sons of Charles, (1571–1640), 4th Duke of Guise:

  • Henry II, (1614–1664), 5th Duke of Guise and Prince of Joinville and Grand Chambellan de France.
  • Louis,(1622–1654), Duke of Joyeuse and Duke of Angoulême and Grand Chambellan de France.
  • Roger, (1624- 1653), Chevalier de Joinville and later the Chevalier de Guise, Knight of the Order of Malta.


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5th Duke of Guise

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Louis, (1622–1654), Duke of Joyeuse

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Roger (1624-1653), Chevalier de Joinville

Son of Louis, (1622–1654), Duke of Joyeuse and Duke of Angoulême:

  • Louis Joseph de Lorraine, (1650 – 1671) 6th Duke of Guise and Duke of Angoulême, Prince of Joinville.
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6th Duke of Guise

Son of Louis Joseph de Lorraine, (1650 – 1671) 6th Duke of Guise:

  • Francis Joseph de Lorraine,  (1670–1675) 7th Duke of Guise and Duke of Angoulême, Prince of Joinville, Duke of Alençon. the last male of the senior House of Guise.
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7th Duke of Guise

Daughter of Charles, (1571–1640), 4th Duke of Guise:

  • Marie de Lorraine (1615 – 1688) 8th Duchess of Guise, Princess of Joinville, Last of the senior House of Guise.

Dukes of Aumale (1547-1630)

  • Francis (1519–1563), 2nd Duke of Guise, Prince of Joinville, Duke of Aumale  Grand Chambellan and Grand Veneur et Grand Maître de France.On his accession as Duke of Guise, he ceded it to his brother Claude, Duke of Aumale
  • Claude (1526–1573), 2nd Duke of Aumale, Grand Veneur de France.
  • Charles de Lorraine (1556-1630), 3rd Duke of Aumale. Grand Veneur de France
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Claude, (1526–1573), Duke of Aumale

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Charles de Lorraine, (1556-1630), Duke of Aumale

Dukes of Mayenne (1573-1621)

  • Charles of Lorraine (1554–1611), 1st Duke of Mayenne, Admiral of France.
  • Henri de Lorraine (1578-1621), 2nd Duke of Mayenne, Grand-Chambellan de France.
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Charles of Lorraine, (1554–1611), 1st Duke of Mayenne

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Henri de Lorraine (1578-1621), 2nd Duke of Mayenne

Marquises of Elbeuf (1528–1825)
Dukes of Elbeuf (1581–1825)

  • Claude (1496–1550), 1st Duke of Guise, Marquis of Elbeuf
  • René (1536–1566), Marquis of Elbeuf
  • Charles I (1556–1605), 1st Duke of Elbeuf, Marquis of Elbeuf, Grand Ecuyer de France and Grand Veneur de France
  • Charles II (1596–1657), 2nd Duke of Elbeuf
  • Charles III (1620– 1692), 3rd Duke of Elbeuf  
  • Henry (1661–1748), 4th Duke of Elbeuf
  • Emmanuel Maurice (1677–1763), 5th Duke of Elbeuf
  • Charles Eugène de Lorraine (1751-1825), 6th Duke of Elbeuf, Prince of Lambesc and Count of Brionne, Grand Ecuyer de France. Knight of the Golden Fleece. The last male of the House of Lorraine-Guise.
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Charles Ier de Lorraine (1556-1605), Duke of Elbeuf


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Charles Eugène de Lorraine (1751-1825), The last male of the House of Lorraine-Guise

Counts of Harcourt (1556–1747)

  • Henri de Lorraine (1601-1666), 1st Count of Harcourt, Armagnac and Brionne, Grand Ecuyer de France. Younger son of Charles I (1556–1605), 1st Duke of Elbeuf.
  • François Louis de Lorraine (1627–1694), 2nd Count of Harcourt, Count of Rieux, Rochefort and Montlaur. Younger son of Charles II (1596–1657), 2nd Duke of Elbeuf.
  • Alphonse Henri de Lorraine (1648–1718), 3rd Count of Harcourt, styled Prince of Harcourt
  • Anne Marie Joseph de Lorraine  (1679–1739), 4th Count of Harcourt, styled Prince of Harcourt, Prince de Guise
  • Louis Marie Léopold de Lorraine (1720–1747), 5th Count of Harcourt, styled Prince of Harcourt
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Henri de Lorraine (1601-1666), 1st Count of Harcourt

Counts of Armagnac (1556–1751)

  • Louis de Lorraine (1641-1718), Count of Armagnac, Brionne and Charny, Grand Ecuyer de France. Son of Henri de Lorraine (1601-1666), Count of Harcourt, Armagnac and Brionne.
  • Henri de Lorraine (1661-1712), Count of Brionne, Grand Ecuyer de France. Eldest son of Louis de Lorraine (1641-1718), predeceased his father.
  • Charles of Lorraine (1684– 1751), Count of Armagnac, Grand Ecuyer de France, Younger son of Louis de Lorraine (1641-1718).
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Counts of Armagnac and Brionne, Grand Ecuyer de France

Princes of Lambesc (1692–1825)

  • Louis de Lorraine (1641-1718), Count of Armagnac, Brionne and Charny, Prince of Lambesc, Grand Ecuyer de France. Son of Henri de Lorraine (1601-1666), Count of Harcourt, Armagnac and Brionne.
  • Louis de Lorraine (1692-1743) Prince of Lambesc, Count of Brionne, son of Henri de Lorraine (1661-1712), Count of Brionne, Grand Ecuyer de France. Eldest son of Louis de Lorraine (1641-1718)
  • Louis-Charles de Lorraine (1725-1761) Prince of Lambesc, Count of Brionne, Grand Ecuyer de France.
  • Charles Eugène de Lorraine (1751-1825), 6th Duke of Elbeuf, Prince of Lambesc and Count of Brionne, Grand Ecuyer de France. Knight of the Golden Fleece. The last male of the House of Lorraine-Guise. See above
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Louis-Charles de Lorraine (1725-1761) Prince of Lambesc, Grand Ecuyer de France

Counts of Marsan (1646–1780)

  • Charles de Lorraine (1648–1708) Count of Marsan, youngest son Henri de Lorraine (1601-1666), Count of Harcourt, Armagnac and Brionne, Grand Ecuyer de France. Younger son of Charles I (1556–1605), 1st Duke of Elbeuf.
  • Charles Louis de Lorraine (1696–1755) Count of Marsan, styled The Prince of Pons.
  • Gaston de Lorraine (1721–1743) Count of Marsan, predeceased his father.
  • Camille de Lorraine (1725–1780) Prince of Marsan, Marquis of Puyguihem, Count of Pontgibault.
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Camille Louis de Lorraine (1725-1782), Prince of Marsan

Notables of the House of Guise

  • Charles Louis de Lorraine (d.1668) Bishop of Condom, illegitmate son of Louis II, (1555–1588), Archbishop of Reims.
  • François Armand de Lorraine-Armagnac (1665-1728), Bishop of Bayeux. Younger son of Louis de Lorraine (1641-1718), Count of Armagnac, Brionne and Charny,Princes of Lambesc, Grand Ecuyer de France.
  • Charles François de Lorraine (1661–1702), Prince of Commercy, Duke of Joyeuse, Field Marshal of the Holy Roman Empire. Son of François Marie de Lorraine (1624–1694), Prince of  Lillebonne, himself son of  Charles II (1596–1657), 2nd Duke of Elbeuf.
  • Jacques Henri de Lorraine (1698–1734), Chevalier de Lorraine, Prince of Lixheim, Marquis of Craon and Ambleville, younger son of Charles de Lorraine (1648–1708) Count of Marsan
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Charles Louis de Lorraine (d.1668) Bishop of Condom

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François Armand de Lorraine-Armagnac (1665-1728), Bishop of Bayeux

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Charles François de Lorraine (1661–1702), Prince of Commercy

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Jacques Henri de Lorraine (1698–1734), Prince of Lixheim