Henri Charles de La Trémoille, Duke o Thouars

Henri Charles de La Trémoille, Duke o Thouars (17 December 1620 – 14 September 1672) wis a French militar general an commander. He wis the son o Henri de La Trémoille, Duke o Thouars an o La Trémoille, an his wife, Marie de La Tour d'Auvergne. His mither wis a dochter o Henri de La Tour d'Auvergne, Duke o Bouillon an Henri Charles wis a cousin o The Viscoont o Turenne. an the Duke o Bouillon.

Henri Charles de La Trémoille
Duke o Thouars
Henri Charles de La Trémoille - Anführer der Fronde.jpg
Full name
Henri Charles de La Trémoille
Born17 December 1620
Château o the Dukes o Thouars, Thouars, Fraunce
Dee'd14 September 1672 (aged 51)
Château o the Dukes o Thouars, Thouars, Fraunce
Spoose(s)Princess Émilie o Hesse-Kassel
Issue
Charlotte Amélie, Coontess o Aldenburg
Charles Belgique Hollande, Duke o Thouars
Frédéric Guillaume, Prince o Talmont
FaitherClaude de La Trémoille
MitherMarie de La Tour d'Auvergne

In October 1651, during the Fronde, he came out against Cardinal Mazarin an supported Louis, Grand Condé openly. As a result, in 1656 he wis imprisoned in Amiens.

MairriageEedit

He mairit Princess Émilie o Hesse-Kassel ("Amelie"), on 15 Mey 1648, she wis a dochter o Wilhelm V, Landgrave o Hesse Cassel an o Amalie Elisabeth o Hanau-Münzenberg.

IssueEedit

  1. Charlotte Amélie de La Trémoille (3 Januar 1652 - 21 Januar 1732). mairit Anton Coont o Aldenburg (1633-1681)
  2. Charles Belgique Hollande de La Trémoille, Duke o Thouars (Mey 1655 – 1 Juin 1709) mairit Madeleine de Créquy an haed issue.
  3. Frédéric Guillaume de La Trémoille (1658 - 1738) Prince o Talmont, Coont o Taillebourg an Benon. mairit Élisabeth de Bullion (1707)
  4. Henriette Céleste de La Trémoille (born 18 Julie 1662) died young.
  5. Marie Sylvie de La Trémoille, (18 Julie 1662 - 1692)

TeetlesEedit

  • Duke o La Trémoille.
  • Prince o Talmont.
  • Prince o Tarente.
  • Coont o Laval.
  • Coont o Montfort.
  • Coont o Taillebourg.
  • Coont o Benon.
  • Marquis o Noirmoutier.
  • Peer o Fraunce (1656–1672)