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PRINCELY HOUSE OF CORSINI

The founder is said to be Neri Corsini, who came to prominence circa 1170. The family are likely to have originated from Corsica, during the time when the Republic of Pisa was ruling the island. Initially the family was known as Corso (from Corsica) then Corsino and finally Corsini. Like other Florentine nobles the Corsini initially had no titles, but in more recent times they received many from foreign potentates and from the later grand dukes of Tuscany. Saint Andrew Corsini (1302-1373) was a member of this family. The Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV made the head of the house a Count palatine in 1371; the marquisate of Sismano was conferred on them in 1620, those of Casigliano and Civitella in 1629, of Lajatico and Orciatico in 1644, of Giovagallo and Tresana in 1652.

In 1730 Lorenzo Corsini was elected pope as Clement XII, made a nephew (a true nepote) Cardinal Neri Corsini, and conferred the rank of Roman princes and the duchy of Casigliano on his family; in 1732 they were created Grandees of Spain. They owned two palaces in Florence, one of which on the Lungarno Corsini (see Palazzo Corsini) contains the finest painting galleries in the city, and many villas and rural estates in various parts of Italy, including Prato.

The Genealogy of the Princely House

Don Neri Corsini dei Principi di Sismano, Cte Palatino, Nobile Romano, etc (Florence 13 Aug 1805-London 1 Dec 1859); m.Florence 30 Apr 1834 Eleonora dei Marchesi Rinuccini (Florence 1813-Florence 9 Feb 1886)

1a) Don Tommaso Corsini, suc his uncle 1868 as Pr di Sismano, Duca di Casigliano, etc (Florence 28 Feb 1835- Grosseto 22 May 1919); m.Rome 3 Oct 1858 Donna Anna Barberini (Rome 10 Dec 1840-Castello, Florence 11 Jul 1911)

1b) Giuliana (Florence 21 Oct 1859-Florence 28 Dec 1959); m.Florence 11 Jan 1882 Giovanni Barone Ricasoli Firidolfi Zanchini Marsuppini Salviata Acciaiuoli (Florence 7 Sep 1860-Brolio 27 Sep 1901)

2b) Eleonora (Florence 14 Jul 1861-San Casciano Pesa 2 Oct 1947); m.Florence 14 Jun 1886 Lodovico Marchese degli Antinori (Florence 28 Oct 1860-Cigliano San Casciano Pesa 25 Dec 1939)

3b) Antonia (Florence 29 Mar 1864-Florence 19 Nov 1882)

4b) Andrea Carlo, Pr Corsini, Pr di Sismano, Duca di Casigliano e di Civitella, etc (Florence 3 Jul 1866- Florence 7 Sep 1952)

5b) Beatrice (Mozzete 2 Oct 1868-Florence 21 Aug 1955); m.Florence 21 Oct 1889 Roberto Cte Pandolfini (Florence 29 Dec 1862-Gragnone Arezzo 20 Mar 1917)

6b) Carlo Felice (Florence 25 Oct 1870-Florence 1 Apr 1871)

7b) Filippo Enrico (Florence 18 Nov 1873-Florence 13 Nov 1926); m.Florence 24 Jul 1901 Lucrezia dei Conti Rasponi dalle Teste (Florence 24 Sep 1879-Florence 21 Aug 1971)

1c) Pio Tommaso, Pr Corsini, Pr di Sismano, Duca di Casigliano e di Civitella, etc (Florence 5 Dec 1903-Florence 4 Jun 1980); m.Turin 12 Nov 1929 Elena Avogadro dei Conti di Valdengo e Collobiano (Turin 24 Nov 1903-Florence 13 Dec 1980)

1d) Cristina (b.Florence 1 Feb 1931); m.Florence 26 Jan 1955 Filippo Cte Minutoli Tegrini (b.Massaciuccoli 13 Nov 1927)

2d) Anna Lucrezia (Florence 15 Nov 1933-Florence 31 Oct 2000); m.Florence 22 Oct 1955 Cosimo dei Conti Sanminiatelli (b.Periganno 11 Jul 1926)

3d) Lucrezia Elisabetta (b.Forte dei Marmi 8 Aug 1936); m.Florence 4 Apr 1959 Giacomo dei Conti Miari Fulcis (b.Belluno 30 Aug 1929)

4d) Filippo, pr Corsini, Pr di Sismano, Duca di Casigliano e Civitella, etc (b.Florence 26 Nov 1937); m.Piverone 6 Sep 1963 Giorgiana dei Conti Avogadro di Valdengo e di Collobiano (b.Varese 3 Aug 1939)

1e) Duccio (b.Turin 27 Jun 1964); m.Venice 23 May 1992 Nobile Clotilde Trentinaglia de Daverio (b.Padua 3 Nov 1964)

1f) Filippo (b.Florence 14 Mar 1995)

2f) Elena

2e) Elena-Sabina (b.Florence 15 Jan 1966); m.Florence 21 Apr 1991 Brando Quilici

3e) Nencia (b.Figline Valdarno 12 Dec 1969); m.Prato, Tuscany 30 Sep 2000 Benedikt Gf Bolza (b.Munich 15 Jun 1974)

4e) Elisabetta (b.Figline Valdarno 12 Dec 1969); m.Venice 24 Apr 1993 Riccardo Boatto

5d) Nerina (b.Lausanne 1 May 1942); m.Florence 29 Apr 1961 Don Enrico Marchese d'Incisa della Rocchetta Tanaro (b.Olgiata 15 May 1934)

2c) Piero (Florence 30 Dec 1906-Florence 22 Jan 1923)

3c) Anna (Florence 29 Oct 1911- )

8b) Elisabetta (Castello 8 Jul 1876-7 Jun 1961); m.Florence 8 Feb 1911 Teodoro Stori (Ostiglia 25 Oct 1865-Maiano 3 Oct 1943)

2a) Pier Francesco, Marchese di Lajatico (Florence 2 Jan 1837-Florence 15 Sep 1916); m.Castello 3 Oct 1863 Donna Luisa Barberini Colonna di Sciarra dei Principi di Palestrina (Rome 30 Apr 1844-Rome 8 Mar 1906)

1b) Neri (Florence 21 Sep 1864-5 Sep 1894); m.Rome 22 Jun 1892 Donna Carolina Sforza Cesarini dei Conti di Santa Fiora (Rome 10 Mar 1871-Rome 1929)

3a) Natalia (Florence 26 Dec 1838-Florence 1907); m.Florence 7 Jan 1858 Marchese Paolo Gentile Farinola (d.11 Jul 1897)

4a) Emilia (23 Apr 1840-1882); m.5 Feb 1868 Cavaliere Francesco Martini Bernardi (1835-1893)

5a) Andrea Neri, Marchese di Giovagallo (5 Jan 1843-Mozzete 24 Aug 1895); m.Florence 3 Oct 1867 Beatrice dei Conti Bastogi (San Giuliano 6 Sep 1849-Florence 3 Apr 1909)

1b) Maria Clementina (Florence 28 Aug 1869-Florence 4 Oct 1928); m.Florence 14 Apr 1890 don Leone Strozzi Duca di Bagnolo e Principe di Forano (Florence 10 Oct 1856-Puzzuolo 2 Nov 1929)

2b) Eleonora (Florence 15 Jun 1871-Florence 10 Feb 1946); m.Florence 21 Sep 1892 Marchese Carlo Calabrini (Rome 4 Sep 1869-Rome 21 May 1918)

3b) Corsino (28 Oct 1873-1876)

4b) Lorenzo, Marchese di Giovagallo (Florence 15 Oct 1875-Grassina 2 May 1957); m.Florence 4 Jun 1908 Caterina dei Baroni Ricasoli Firidolfi Zanchini Marsuppini Salviati Acciaiuoli (Florence 26 Oct 1886- Mezzomonte 6 Jan 1983)

1c) Neri (Florence 22 Mar 1909-Paris 7 Nov 1973); m.Florence 25 Mar 1938 Marchesa Laura Venturi Ginori Lisci (Vallambrosa 8 Aug 1913- )

1d) Paola (b.Bergamo 4 Mar 1939); m.Florence 26 Apr 1965 Cte Gerolamo Bulgarini d'Elci (b.Genoa 11 Apr 1937)

2d) Andrea Neri (b.Florence 11 Jan 1943); m.Le Mozzete 1 Jul 1973 Cristina Maestrini

1e) Allegra Diletta (b.Florence 19 Sep 1975)

2e) Domitilla Caterina (b.Florence 6 Apr 1978)

3d) Lorenzo Stefano (b.San Piero a Sieve 8 Jul 1946); m.30 Sep 1973 Sandra Capacciolo

1e) Nerina Beatrice (b.Florence 18 Jun 1975)

2e) Neri Benedetto (b.Florence 30 Apr 1981)

4d) Roberto (Florence 4 Oct 1950-Mozzete 19 Aug 1984)

5d) Clemente (b.Florence 18 Dec 1953; m.Attersee 7 Jul 1984 Gabriele von Oswald (b.Salzburg 19 Oct 1959)

1e) Lodovico (b.Paris 28 Mar 1986)

2e) Niccolo (b.Paris 11 Dec 1987)

3e) Dionora (b.Antwerp 29 Oct 1992)

2c) Giovanni (Florence 18 Jan 1911-Florence 18 Feb 1988); m.1st Florence 27 Mar 1937 Css Olga Olsoufiev (Florence 21 Apr 1912-Florence 3 May 1973); m.2d Alzato 5 Oct 1977 Barbara Luigia Baldasseroni (b.Florence 23 Aug 1935)

1d) Giovanni (b.Menton 15 Feb 1938); m.Paris 24 Jun 1977 Inès Lefevre d'Ormesson (b.Boulogne-sur-Seine 21 Feb 1952)

1e) Cosimo Francesco (b.Florence 26 Apr 1978)

2e) Olga Letizia (b.Florence 9 Oct 1979)

3e) Eleonora Giovanna (b.Rome 23 Sep 1983)

4e) Lorenzo Enrico (b.Rome 23 Sep 1983)

5e) Tommaso Olivier (b.Rome 29 Nov 1989)

2d) Caterina (b.Addis Ababa 3 Apr 1941); m.Mezzomonte 1965 Enrico Mateo Cte Passi di Preposulo (b.Venice 15 Apr 1931)

3d) Vannozza Giuilana (b.Florence 21 Oct 1978)

3c) Beatrice (b.Mezzomonte 20 Sep 1920)

6a) Cino Ernesto (Florence 30 Nov 1846-Florence 28 Feb 1898); m.Florence 24 Apr 1871 Luisa Fenzi (Florence 17 Jan 1848-Florence 8 Jan 1916)

1b) Ernesto (Florence 26 Jan 1872-Florence 30 Dec 1926)

2b) Emanuele (Florence 10 Aug 1876-Florence 5 Feb 1958); m.Florence 26 Nov 1911 Maria Carolina Giuntini (Florence 24 Feb 1890-19__)

1c) Andreola (Florence 5 Mar 1913-Florence 22 Mar 1972); m.Florence 29 Dec 1954 (annulled) Amerigo Gondi (Florence 8 Jan 1909- )

2c) Simonetta (b.Florence 4 Dec 1914); m.Florence 25 Apr 1946 Giovanni Montaperto Dica di Montaperto di San Elisabetta dei Principi di Raffadali (Turin 5 Feb 1912-Florence 14 Jun 1974)

3c) Cino Tomasso, Marchese di Lajatico (Florence 28 Mar 1917-Grosseto 26 Mar 2001); m.Florence 26 Nov 1945 Aimée Gaillard Russell (b.Nahant, Massachusetts 28 Jul 1921)

1d) Desideria (b.Florence 28 Mar 1950)

2d) Immacolata (b.Islip, New York 24 Jan 1954); m.28 Dec 1980 Gerard Bland

3d) Alessandro (b.Islip 1 Dec 1957); m.Nassau, Bahamas 22 Feb 1992 Michelle von Kwiatowski

1e) Cosimo (b.New York 31 Dec 1994)

2e) Luisa (b.New York 31 Dec 1994)

3e) Mariuka (b.New York 31 Dec 1994)

4d) Allegra (b.17 Sep 1962); m.Porto Ercole 2 Jul 1992 Cte Guido Poccianti (b.Florence 24 Nov 1959)

4c) Niccolo (Florence 4 Dec 1920-Orbetello 3 Mar 1994); m.6 Jul 1952 Pierre Roy

5c) Giuliana (b.Florence 31 May 1928); m.Florence 27 Apr 1961 Nob. Clemente dei Baroni della Noce (b.Bologna 28 Jun 1922)

3b) Guido (Mozzete 20 Sep 1879-Florence 4 Jan 1954)

7a) Maria Anna (1 Jan 1852-26 Aug 1853)

8a) Corsino (1856-1857)

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DUCAL HOUSE OF COSSÉ-BRISSAC

The family de Cosse-Brissac belongs to the high nobility of the end of the old French regime with proofs of Nobility from 1492. The family gave four marshals to France, various generals, peers of France, six knights of the Holy Spirit, two governors of Paris, the great baker of France, the great falconer of France, three bishops and also a politician in the Fifth Republic French, the family motto is Virtute Tempore (Courage and Time).

Dukedom of Brissac is the title of a distinguished noble family of France. The fief of Brissac in Anjou was acquired at the end of the 15th century by a noble French family named Cossé belonging to the same province. René de Cossé married into the Gouffier family, who were at that time very powerful at court. He was awarded the title of premier panetier (baker extraordinaire) to Louis XII. Two of his sons were marshals of France.

Brissac was assigned the status of county in 1560 and allotted to Charles, the elder, who was grandmaster of artillery, and governor of Piedmont and of Picardy. It was he who introduced the Italian violin to the French court. The second, Artus, who held the offices of grand panetier of France and superintendent of finance, distinguished himself in the religious wars. Charles II de Cossé, Duke of Brissac fought for the League, and as governor of Paris opened the gates of that town to Henry IV, who created him marshal of France in 1594.

Brissac was raised in status to a duchy in the peerage of France in 1611. Louis Hercule Timoléon de Cossé-Brissac, the commandant of the constitutional guard of Louis XVI, was killed during the September Massacres at Versailles on September 9, 1792 for his devotion to the king, at which his body was butchered and his head severed. The head was wrapped in a cloth and transported by a drunken peasant mob to the château de Louveciennes, and thrown into an open window, landing at the feet of his lover, Madame du Barry.

Key members of the family

Military

  • Charles I de Cosse ( in 1507 - one thousand five hundred and sixty-four ), Comte de Brissac , marshal of France in 1550 ;
  • Artus de Cosse-Brissac ( 1512 - one thousand five hundred eighty-two ), lord of Gonnord and Earl of Secondigny († 1582 ), marshal of France in 1567 ;
  • Timoleon de Cosse ( one thousand five hundred forty-three - one thousand five hundred sixty-nine ), French military;
  • Charles II de Cosse ( 1562 - 1,626 ), first Duke of Brissac, Peer of France , Henry IV gave him the baton of Marshal of France;
  • Jean Paul Timoleon de Cosse-Brissac ( 1,698 - 1 780 ), seventh Duke of Brissac, marshal of France in 1768 ;
  • Louis Hercule Timoleon de Cosse-Brissac ( in 1734 - in 1792 ), the eighth Duke of Brissac, governor of Paris, Colonel of the Hundred Swiss ;
  • Charles de Cosse-Brissac (1904-1990), general director of the History Department of the Army.

Writers

  • Elvira de Brissac, writer.

Other

  • Louis Joseph Timoleon de Cosse ( 1733 - in 1759 ), Duke de Cosse;
  • Arthus Timoleon Hugues Gabriel (1790-1857), Count de Cosse-Brissac , knight of the orders of the King , the first of France Pannetier;
  • Pierre de Cosse Brissac (1900-1993), Ecole Polytechnique, an artillery officer and then industrial, President of the Jockey Club.
  • Francis de Cosse-Brissac , President of the Jockey Club and Grand Master Emeritus of the Military and Hospitaller Order of Saint Lazarus of Jerusalem ;
  • Charles-Henri de Cosse-Brissac (1936-2003), Chairman of the General Council of Loire-Atlantique and Senator .
  • During the war in Algeria , the Abbe de Cosse-Brissac, pastor of the church of Saint-Michel de Dijon , became known for his denunciation of the use of torture by the French army he calls " collective sin " .

The Genealogy of the Ducal House

Hyacinthe Hugues TIMOLÉON de Cossé-Brissac, Duc de Cossé (8 Nov 1746-Paris 19 Jun 1813); m.1st 18 Aug 1777 Marie Louise de Wignacourt (1750-2 May 1778); m.2d Paris 24 May 1784 Françoise Dorothée d'Orléans- Rothelin (29 Sep 1752-Paris 29 Nov 1818)

1a) Anne Pétronille Constance Sophie (Paris 30 Sep 1772- )

2a) Augustin Marie Paul Pétronille TIMOLÉON, Duc de Brissac (13 Jan 1775-8 Apr 1848); m.1st 14 Sep 1795 Elisabeth Louise de Malide (1778-29 Mar 1818); m.2d Paris 19 Mar 1828 Augustine Rosalie Css de Bruc de Signy (Graz 29 Mar 1802-Paris 8 Apr 1848)

1b) Marie Artus TIMOLÉON, Duc de Brissac (Dijon 13 May 1813-Paris 11 Sep 1888); m.Paris 22 Jun 1843 Angélique Marie Le Lièvre de La Grange (Paris 22 Mar 1822-Paris 2 Dec 1873)

1c) Roland, Marquis de Brissac (Paris 23 Oct 1843-Geneva 6 Apr 1871); m.Paris 25 Apr 1866 Jeanne Marie Say (Paris 17 Nov 1848-Brissac 18 May 1916)

1d) Anne Marie Timoléon FRANÇOIS, Duc de Brissac (Paris 12 Feb 1868-Saumur 17 Feb 1944); m.1st Bonnelles 6 Nov 1894 (rel) 7 Nov 1894 Mathilde Renée de Crussol (Paris 4 Mar 1875-Paris 31 May 1908); m.2d Paris 21 Nov 1911 Eugénie Joséphine Marie Marguerite de Beaurepaire (St.Germain-en-Laye 12 Apr 1875-Paris 8 May 1936)

1e) Anne Marie Mathilde Françoise (Paris 17 Jul 1897-Billère 8 Aug 1982); m.Paris 21 Jun 1926 (rel) l'église Saint-Honoré d'Eylau 22 Jun 1926 Gaston Marie Joseph Antoine Vcte de Luppé (Paris 4 Mar 1872-Paris 13 Aug 1939)

2e) Jean Louis Timoléon Roland, Marquis de Brissac (Paris 14 Dec 1898-Nantes 30 Jul 1936); m.Paris 10 Jul 1933 (rel) 11 Jul 1933 Jeanne Helene Alix Bienvenue Pss and Dss d'Arenberg (Paris 3 Jul 1909-Larmor Baden, Morbihan 13 Aug 1964)

3e) Simon Charles Timoléon PIERRE, Duc de Brissac (13 Mar 1900-Boulogne- Billancourt 4 Apr 1993); m.Paris 21 Jun 1924 (rel) 23 Jun 1924 Mare Zélie Antoinette Eugénie Schneider (Paris 16 Jul 1902-château d'Apremont 14 Jul 1999)

1f) Eugénie Marguerite Marie-Pierre, b.Paris 12 Nov 1925; m.1st Meaudre 7 Jan 1947 (div 1954) Simon Nora (Paris 21 Feb 1921-5 Mar 2006); m.2d Paris 23 Jul 1964 (div 1976) Maurice André Raymond Herzog (b.Lyon 15 Jan 1919); m.3d Paris 25 May 1988 Christian Frédéric Henri Schmidt (b.Neuilly 20 Jul 1938)

2f) Eugène Marie Timoléon FRANÇOIS, Duc de Brissac, b.Le Creusot 19 Feb 1929; m.Paris 16 May 1958 (rel) La Celle les Bordes 31 May 1958 Jacqueline Alice Marie de Contades (b.Paris 17 Apr 1940)

1g) Agnès Alexandra Marie Bienvenue, b.Neuilly 5 Mar 1960; m.Brissac-Quincé 12 Sep 1981 Bruno Marie Michel Paul Gérard van den Broek d'Obrenan (b.Versailles 7 Sep 1952)

2g) Charles-André Raymond Timoléon Aymard Hubert Marie, Marquis de Brissac, b.Neuilly 3 Nov 1962; m.Maine-et-Loire 1993 Larissa Gfn Széchényi de Sárvár-Felsövidek (b.Vienna 28 Dec 1967)

1h) Laszlo, b.Angers 5 Jul 1994

2h) Irina, b.château de Brissac 13 Jul 1996

3h) Délia, b.château de Brissac 10 Aug 1998

4h) Annabel, b.Angers 17 Sep 2002

3g) Angélique Patricia Marie, b.Neuilly 6 Sep 1965; m.Brissac-Quincé 8 Jan 1983 Vcte Stanislas Trafford François Marie de Rougé (b.Paris 5 Jul 1961)

4g) Marie-Antoinette Elvire, b.Neuilly 26 Jan 1968; m.Philippe Leclerq

5g) Pierre-Emmanuel Timoléon Marie Raymond, b.Neuilly 20 Aug 1974; m. La Baule-Escoublac 29 Jul 2006 (rel) Brissac-Quincé 2 Sep 2006 Marie-Astrid Larue (b.Saint Nazaire 13 Nov 1981)

3f) Armand Marie Timoléon Gilles (Paris 11 Jul 1935-Paris 17 Feb 2002)

4f) Jacqueline Rolande Marie Elvire, b.Paris 19 Jan 1939

2d) Marguerite Constance Marie Diane (Paris 19 Dec 1869-Beloeil 10 Apr 1950); m.Paris 3 Jan 1887 (rel) 4 Jan 1887 Ernest Louis Henri Lamoral Pr de Ligne (Paris 12 Jan 1857-Brussels 23 Jun 1937)

2c) Augustin Marie Maurice (Brissac 7 Nov 1846-Fontainebleau 6 Nov 1910); m.Paris 3 Jan 1874 (rel) 5 Jan 1874 Jeanne-Marie Marrier de Boisdyver (Martagne 1 May 1850-Fontainebleau 5 Jun 1941)

1d) René Timoléon Marie (Paris 12 Oct 1874-Paris 27 Mar 1951); m.1st Paris 30 Nov 1899 Edmée Mathilde Marguerite Anne Mortier de Trévise (Paris 19 Nov 1878-Fontainebleau 25 Jan 1905); m.2d Paris 21 Apr 1908 Yvonne Pauline Marie Antoinette Ferron de La Ferronays (La Roche de Bran 16 Aug 1878-Paris 15 Nov 1959)

1e) Marguerite Marie Jeanne (Fontainebleau 24 Jun 1901-Nogent-sur-Marne 18 Dec 1966)

2e) Charles Marie Edouard (Fontainebleau 5 Jun 1903-Paris 9 Apr 1990); m.Paris 15 Dec 1928 (rel) 17 Dec 1928 Herminie Renée Marie de Rohan-Chabot (La Lude 22 Aug 1907- Paris 27 Jun 1982)

1f) Edouard Marie René Maurice, b.La Lude 3 Sep 1929; m.Paris 27 Jun (rel) 29 Jun 1960 Diane Hélène Marie Roberte de Gramont (b.Paris 25 Jun 1941)

1g) Anne Claire Marie Béatrix, b.Paris 2 Jun 1962; m.Fayel 20 Jun 1983 [25 Jun?] Cte Patrice Henri Marie Lombard de Buffières de Rambuteau (b.Boulogne- Billancourt 21 Aug 1960)
2g) Henri Alain Armand Marie Charles, b.Paris 21 Apr 1963; m.Versailles 26 Oct 1996 Lucile Cornet-Vernet (b.Paris 11 May 1968)

1h) Côme Alain Edouard Marie, b.Paris 11 Mar 1998

2h) Eloi Charles Gui Marie, b.Paris 30 Sep 1999

3h) Élénor, b.Paris 31 May 2003

3g) Philippe Alain Jean Jacques Marie Noël Michel, b.Paris 25 Dec 1966; m.Le Fayel 25 Apr 1998 Cécile Thérèse Séverine Anne Lannes de Montebello (b.Geneva 22 Dec 1971)

1h) Charles Artus Marie Roger, b.Paris 12 Nov 1999

2h) Alix Marie Diane, b.Neuilly 29 Oct 2001

3h) Adrien Georges Marie Laurent, b.Neuilly 19 Aug 2005

4g) Armand Robert René Maurice Marie, b.Paris 18 Nov 1967; m.Châteaubriand 18 May 2002 Cécile Diquéro (b.Châteaubriant 6 Jul 1968)

1h) Flore (b.26 Feb 2004)

2f) Maurice Marie Jean, b.Paris 26 May 1931; m.Paris 15 Dec 1958 (rel) 17 Dec 1958 Béatrice Marie Jeanne Kate Millin de Grandmaison (Paris 9 Jun 1934-Paris 12 Dec 1967)

1g) Hélène Herminie Marie Hyacinthe, b.Neuilly 26 Sep 1960; m.1st Paris 5 Mar (rel) 7 Mar 1981 (div 1991) Vincenz Pr v.u.zu Liechtenstein (b.Graz 30 Jul 1950); m.2nd Biarritz 6 Jun 1996 Friedrich Klaus Andreas Byloff (b.Graz 2 Apr 1957)

3f) Louis René Marie Anne, b.Strasbourg 25 Oct 1938; m.Luché Pringé 27 May 1967 Armelle Hélène Marguerite Marie Roque (b.Montifray 13 Apr 1940)

1g) Eglantine Marie Elisabeth, b.Paris 14 Feb 1973

4f) Anne (Nancy) Marie Yvonne, b.Paris 19 Nov 1940; m.Le Fayel 10 Jun 1967 Geoffroy Henri Marie Roullet de La Bouillerie, Cte de La Bouillerie (Paris 5 Mar 1932-5 Sep 1996)

5f) Marguerite Marie Geneviève, b.Paris 19 Nov 1940; m.Le Fayel 18 May 1963 Alban Marie Clause Alefsen d'Assier de Boisredon, Cte d'Assier de Boisredon (b.Thonon-les-Bains 17 Mar 1936)

6f) Cathérine Marie Henriette, b.Paris 19 Nov 1940

3e) Philippe Pierre Artus (Fontainebleau 20 Jan 1905-Geneva 20 May 1963); m.Paris 3 Dec 1937 (rel) 6 Dec 1937 Henriette Anne-Marie Éliane de La Rochefoucauld (Paris 4 Aug 1912-14 Sep 1999)

1f) Gabrielle Anne Marie, b.Paris 17 Jun 1941; m.Paris 27 Aug 1964 (rel) 1 Sep 1964 Roland Marie Joseph Yves Gérard de Talhouët de Boishorand, Cte de Talhouët (b.Amanlis 11 May 1932)

2f) Florence Marie Thérèse, b.Châtres-sur-Cher 22 Aug 1944; m.Paris 20 Sep 1967 (rel) 22 Sep 1967 Baron Arnaud Marie Jean Jacques de Milleville (b.Bavay 3 Sep 1931)

4e) Magdelaine Marie Jeanne (Fontainebleau 1 Aug 1909-Paris 15 Nov 2004); m.Paris 14 Oct 1929 (rel) 15 Oct 1929 (div 1961) Jean Ursin Maximilien Marie Le Sellier Vcte de Chezelles (Paris 10 Jan 1906-23 Jul 1999)

5e) Artus Timoléon Henri Anne Marie Joseph (Châlons-sur-Marne 29 Feb 1912-Paris 12 May 1982); m.1st Paris 28 May 1935 (rel) 29 May 1935 Marie-Henriette Alice de Guéhéneuc de Boishue (Laval 23 Dec 1911-Paris 10 Mar 1938); m.2d Châteauroux 30 Oct 1942 [2 Oct 1942?] Marguerite Marie Mercedes Roselyne Balsan (b.Paris 27 Jan 1914)

1f) Charles-Henri Marie Artus (Paris 16 Mar 1936-15 Aug 2003); m.Paris 1 Jul 1959 (rel) 3 Jul 1959 Alyette Jeanne Marie Léonie Budes de Guébriant (b.Paris 6 Aug 1931)

1g) Marie-Henriette, b.Paris 23 Apr 1961; m.Paris 30 Jun 1984 (rel) 6 Jul 1984 Vcte Charles-Albert Guy Marie de Vanssay (b.Nice 20 Feb 1954)

2g) Anne-Françoise, b.Paris 5 Jun 1962; m.Paris 21 May 1986 Cte Jacques Chalres Marie Joseph de Bruce (b.Paris 19 Oct 1958)

3g) Alain Régis, b.Paris 8 Mar 1967; m.Haironville 5 Jul 1997 Sophie Lemarié (b.Paris 6 Apr 1971)

1h) Thomas, b.Paris 3 Aug 2001

2h) Augustin, b.Paris 3 Aug 2001

2d) Jean Marie Henri (Bordeaux 6 Nov 1879-Fontainebleau 12 Mar 1958)

3c) Joseph Gustave Pierre (Paris 28 Dec 1852- ); m.Paris 19 Jul 1886 Antoinette Felicie Marie Thérèse Seillière (Paris 15 Apr 1867- )

2b) Armandine (Villeneuve-sous-Dammartin 19 Sep 1816-Bordeaux 20 Apr 1882); m.Versailles 21 Sep 1841 Henri, Comte de Bonneval (Bordeaux 9 Mar 1806-La Tresne 13 Jun 1882)

3b) Aimé Maurice Artus Cte de Cossé Brissac (Brissac 1 Nov 1829-Paris 23 Apr 1890); m.Paris 28 May 1859 Alix Marie de Walsh Serrant (Château Serrant 2 Feb 1829-Paris 2 Jan 1895)

1c) Marie Augustine Elisabeth (21 Feb 1860- ); m.N Baron de Valsuzenay

2c) Louise Elisabeth Jeanne Marie Thérèse, Dss de la Mothe Houdancourt (Le Fayel 27 Jul 1861- Paris 4 Feb 1940); m.1st Paris 27 Jun 1883 (rel) 28 Jun 1883 Cte Anne Marie Renaud de Moustier (Paris 24 Feb 1850-Paris 2 Jan 1904); m.2d Paris 19 Oct 1907 Valentin John Hussen-Walsh (Blackrock, Dublin 17 Feb 1862-Le Fayel 25 Apr 1925)

3a) Charles (26 Mar 1776-30 Apr 1802); m.1797 Anne-Françoise de Cluzel (1775-6 Jan 1850)

1b) Charles Marcel Louis (11 Aug 1800-25 Apr 1881); m.15 Jan 1833 Marie Antoinette Françoise de Cluzel (1793-29 Oct 1869)

1c) Antoine François, Marquis de Cossé (Paris 1 Jan 1834-La Chabrerie 21 Sep 1902); m.1st Paris 24 Oct 1857 Marie Charlotte de Gontaut-Biron (Paris 24 Apr 1840-Saint-Luperce 12 Oct 1873); m.2d Paris 18 Jul 1883 Emily Spensley (England 16 Mar 1845-Reyrieux 20 Jan 1931)

1d) Charles Marie Laurent (Paris 10 Sep 1859-Paris 8 Jun 1892); m.Paris 2 Jul 1891 (rel) 4 Jul 1891 Nathalie Marie Charlotte de Biencourt (Guérard 4 Nov 1865-Blanville 28 May 1957)

2d) Louise (Paris 18 Sep 1862-2 May 1890); m.Paris 29 Nov 1884 Louis de Bourbon (Paris 24 Oct 1856-4 Jul 1920)

3d) Anne Marie Antoinette (Périgueux 1 Jul 1884-Neuilly 4 Nov 1963); m.1st château l'Eveque 25 Jul 1905 François Marie Joseph Edouard Jehan de la Croix de Saint Cyprien (Angoulême 17 Jun 1876-k.a.Ypres 3 Nov 1914); m.2d Paris 14 Sep 1920 Marie Antoine Louis Bellet de Tavernot, Baron de Saint-Trivier (Reyrieux 11 Nov 1868-Lyon 5 Jul 1926)

4d) Eugène Marcel de Cossé-Brissac de Liencourt, Marquis de Cossé (château Bouteyre 14 Sep 1886-Blanville 31 Oct 1957); m.1st Paris 4 Aug 1910 (rel) 6 Aug 1910 Marie Thérèse Gouhier de Charencey (Paris 11 Feb 1887-Leysin 27 Jun 1924); m.2d Paris 19 Jul 1930 (rel) 21 Jul 1930 Jeanne Béatrix Marie Victurnienne de Ludre (Paris 7 Jun 1895-Paris 16 May 1977)

1e) Marie Raoul François Antoine, Marquis de Cossé (château Nauvay 22 Sep 1912-Aug 1994); m.Paris 21 Jan 1941 Claude Marguerite Marthe Marie Boudousquié (Paris 16 Nov 1917-Six-Fours-les-Plages (Var) 16 Dec 2005)

1f) Laurence Cathérine, b.Nauvay 27 May 1943; m.Nauvay 27 Oct 1973 Sixte Marie Charles Jean Rossignol de La Ronde (b.St-Firmin 20 Jan 1943)

2f) Marie-Anne Cathérine, b.Nauvay 27 Jul 1944; m.Nauvey 8 Oct 1966 Charles Marie Georges Michel de Bertoult de Hautecloque, Cte de Bertoult (b.Saint-Germain-Lespinasse 8 Dec 1939)

3f) Marie-Christine Louise Cathérine, b.Nauvay 12 Aug 1946; m.Nauvay 26 Jun 1971 Jacques Marie Laurent Merveilleux du Vignaux (b.Paris 5 Jan 1938)

4f) Chantal Evelyne Andrée Cathérine Marie, b.Nauvay 13 Oct 1948; m.Nauvay 25 Apr 1970 François-Louis Gustave Nusse (b.Paris 16 Jun 1935)

5f) Marcel Marie Albert, Marquis de Cossé, b.Toulon 1 May 1962; m.Wennigsen 9 Apr 1994 Benita v.Wedel (b.Hannover 27 Jun 1961)

1g) Charlotte, b.Nauvay 29 Jan 1996

2g) Céline, b.Nauvay 5 Sep 1997

3g) Matthieu Antoine Olaf Marie, b.Nauvay 21 May 2001

2e) Évelyne Marie Marcelle, b.Paris 25 Jul 1915; m.Saint-Luperce 3 Dec 1938 Baudouin Marie Joseph Henry de Calonne d'Avesnes, Cte de Calonne (Evreux 12 Sep 1907-29 Jan 1999)

3e) Marie Henriette Simone (Paris 16 May 1917-Jun 1997; m.Paris 24 Jan (rel) 25 Jan 1945 Jean Marie Louis de la Tour du Pin Chambly de la Charce (b.Chamarande 1 Jul 1914)

4e) Charles Louis Ferri Marie, b.Lyon 23 May 1931; m.Saint-Luperce 19 Sep (rel) Chartres 20 Sep 1958 Anita Marie Olga Thérèse de Lisieux Camille Balthazare Pss v.Lobkowicz (b.Neuilly 13 Dec 1937)

1f) Anita Diane Françoise Elisabeth Thérèse Jeanne Kaspara Marie, b.Neuilly 4 Oct 1959; m.Paris 1991 Marc Robert Boucard

2f) Diane Marie Jeanne Irma Melchiora, b.Neuilly 5 Dec 1960; m.28 Aug 1995 Vcte Philippe Gilart de Keranflec'h

3f) Emmanuel Ferri Marie Georges Christian, b.Neuilly 6 Oct 1962; m.Saint-Luperce 8 Jul 1988 (rel) Chartres 9 Jul 1988 Lisa Jane Cooper (b.Brisbane, Australia 2 Dec 1959)

1g) Clémence, b.Brisbane 1990

2g) Hugo, b.Brisbane 1992

3g) Gabrielle, b.Brisbane 1993

5e) Thérèse Marie Charlotte (Paris 3 May 1933-London 22 Nov 2004); m.Saint-Luperce 29 Jan 1959 (rel) Paris 30 Jan 1959 Cte Etienne Gilles Marie de Maupeou d'Ableiges (b.Angers 1 Apr 1931)

6e) Paule Jeanne Marie Bernadette (Paris 4 Dec 1934--Paris 11 Jul 2001); m.Saint-Luperce 23 Apr 1960 Baron Louis Hainguerlot (Toulon 11 Nov 1931-Paris 24 Jun 2005)

7e) Eliane Marie, b.Paris 31 May 1936; m.Saint-Luperce 9 May 1959 Cte Charles-Albert Marie de Lévis Mirepoix, Marquis de Lévis (b.Paris 18 Jul 1929)

4a) Emmanuel Desiré Delie Michel Timoléon Cte de Brissac (3 Jul 1793-24 Apr 1870); m.27 Oct 1817 Henriette de Montmorency, Pss de Robech (28 Aug 1798-22 Sep 1860)

1b) Henri, Pr de Robech (13 Aug 1822-5 Aug 1887); m.26 Apr 1851 Louise Marie Mathéa de Beau de Robiac (24 Feb 1829-Paris 26 Nov 1914)

1c) Louis Henri Marie Timoléon, Pr de Robech (Paris 21 Aug 1852-Paris 17 Oct 1925)

2c) Charles Timoléon Anne Marie Illide (Paris 18 Jan 1856-Paris 15 Jun 1899); m.Paris 6 Jul 1881 Marie Jeanne Isabelle Radegonde Mathilde de Pérusse des Cars (La Roche-de-Bran 14 Nov 1860-château de La Morosière 20 Oct 1928)

1d) Marie Jeanne Henriette Elisabeth, Pss de Robech (Brestot 8 Jul 1884-Paris 17 Dec 1951); m.Paris 11 Jun 1906 (rel) 12 Jun 1906 Guy Emmanuel Ghislain Marie Louis, Cte de Lévis-Mirepoix, Pr de Robech (Paris 11 Mar 1879-château de La Morosière 12 Mar 1940)

3c) Anne Marie Henriette (Paris 8 Jun 1865-château de Pontcallec 22 Oct 1934); m.Paris 30 Aug 1888 Guy de Durfot-Civrac, Duc de Lorge (d.26 Jul 1912)

2b) Marie Berthe (17 Sep 1825-25 Jan 1896); m.29 May 1849 Emile Cte de Robien (11 Sep 1814-19 Jun 1861)

3b) Marie Chrétien Timoléon Fernand (Paris 14 Dec 1826-Paris 16 Apr 1905); m.Paris 5 Jul 1852 Caroline Joséphine Marie Boutet (Maranville 15 Apr 1833-25 Mar 1934)

1c) Marie Emmanuel Christian Charles, Cte de Brissac (Paris 14 May 1853-Paris 27 Jun 1943); m.Paris 9 Jul 1884 Laurence de Mandat-Grancey (Dôle 24 Feb 1867-Paris 19 Jul 1953)

1d) Henri (Crépan 15 Dec 1885-Esternay 6 Sep 1914)

2d) Marie Anne Louise Laurence Madeleine Rhingarde Alphonsine Françoise (Pruly 26 May 1887-château de Bruyelle 18 Mar 1975); m.Paris 6 Feb 1919 Jacques Cte de Chastel de la Howarderie (château d'Hingène 11 Aug 1885-château de Bruyelle 14 Dec 1966)

3d) Marie Artus Amable Charles François Georges (Grancey 28 Jan 1889-19__)

2c) Marie Geneviève Gabrielle (Paris 7 Jul 1854-Paris 27 May 1943); m.Paris 3 Jun 1874 Cte Marie Auguste Théodore de Gontaut Biron (Paris 2 Mar 1846-Paris 28 Jul 1938)

3c) Marie Louise Henriette Gabrielle (Paris 11 Apr 1857-Paris 20 Jan 1950); m.Paris 14 Apr 1883 Charles Henry Aimé Prince de Clermont Tonnerre (Paris 6 Jun 1857-Crépan 22 Dec 1916)

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DUCAL HOUSE OF CRUSSOL D'UZÈS

 The Duchy of Uzès, often called the First Duchy of France, is France's oldest ducal peerage. The Viscounty of Uzes was elevated to Duchy in 1565, and to the Peerage in 1572 by Charles 1X. Ever since then, the Duke of Uzes, 1st Peer of France, Count of Crussol, Prince of Soyons, takes precedence over all other noble houses of France, both in Parliament and at Coronations. At Court, after the extinction of the Duchy of Montmorency under Louis XIII in 1632, only the Duchy of Trémoille, created in 1563 had precedence, until it became extinct at the beginning of the 20th century. Today, Jacques de Crussol d'Uzes is the 17th Duke.

On 24 June 1486 Jacques, Baron of Crussol, married Simone, only daughter of the Viscount of Uzes, and last direct descendant of the house of Uzes, thus uniting the 2 families through marriage. Jacques Baron of Crussol came from a family of Knights from the Vivarais region. His father Louis was President of the Privy Council, Governor of the Dauphiné and a confidant of Louis XI. The king created the Order of St Michael in 1469 and Louis de Crussol was one of the first members of this order. The fortified town of Crussol (now in ruins) can be seen on the Ardeche hills overlooking the Rhone opposite the town of Valence. Jacques and his son Charles, (who was a friend of the Chevalier Bayard, known as the "Knight without Fear, and Beyond Reproach") took part in the Italian Campaigns and were appointed commanders in the Languedoc. Charles also became Grand Master of the Artillery following in the footsteps of his father-in-law Jacques Galiot de Genouihac.

 

At Amboise, on 10 April 1556 in the presence of King Henry II, Antoine, Viscount of Uzes, Baron of Crussol, married Louise de Clermont-Tallart. As Viscountess, and later Duchess, of Uzes, she gained esteem both at the French court and abroad, for her lively intellect, her knowledge and her rank. She became one of Catherine de Medici's favourites, and was very close to Elizabeth 1st, Queen of England, with whom she exchanged copious correspondence. She was governess to (the heir) Charles 1X who called her "Ma vielle lanterne" (My old guiding light). Her husband too was held in high regard, and was appointed Lieutenant General of the Languedoc, of Provence and of the Dauphiné. He was respected by both catholics and protestants who each named him as their leader. He managed to secure peace among them during the Wars of Religion. He became the first Duke of Uzes.

Antoine died in 1573 without an heir and the dukedom passed to his brother Jacques, a protestant leader known as The Steely Baron. After his capture at the battle of Moncontour in 1569, he converted to catholicism and became a faithful servant of the Crown. He was made Colonel General of the Infantry, and in 1578, a Knight of the Holy Spirit. He is the common ancestor of all the suceeding Dukes of Uzes. From the 17th century onwards the Dukes were obliged to be at Court attending the King. They only returned to Uzes occasionally, or when they had retired after handing over their charge to their eldest son whose title from 1674 onwards was the Duke of Crussol. Various members of the House of Uzes became Lieutenant Generals, Colonels of regiments bearing their name, officers of the King's Household, military men, (army officers) bishops or archbishops, Abbots, Bailiffs of the Order of Malta, ambassadors, Members of the Queen's Household, Grand Master of the Royal Household, Members of Parliament under the Republic, and there was even an explorer in Africa.

 However certain titles were never attained, and Louis XVIII remarked one day that no Duke of Uzes had ever been a Marshal of France (meaning he had not led France to victory on the battlefield). The Duke replied "Sire, we get killed before then. "It was the same Duke of Uzes who, on the death of Louis XVIII, uttered the time honoured proclamation "The King is dead, long live the King". Before the second world war, the Marchioness of Crussol, presided over one of the last Parisian salons. She was a close friend of Edouard Daladier, President of the Council of Ministers, and in 1964 persuaded André Malraux, Minister of Culture under General de Gaulle to classify Uzes as a conservation area. To thank him she invited him to come and visit, but the writer laughed that "Uzes is further away than China" and never came.

In 1727, the 20-year-old Duke of Crussol went to the opera with a novelty box out of which sprang a metalic spider. He did this in front of Count Rantzau who was not amused. Despite duels being banned they fought one, and after the Duke killed the Count he was exiled to Uzes for a year. In 1740 he was again exiled and led a joyous party life, full of fun and pranks. He also kept up a substantial correspondence with Voltaire.  The Duchesse of Uzes, née Rochechouart de Mortemart was the first woman in France to obtain a driving licence...in 1889 she and her son Jacques were fined for speeding at nearly 15 kph in their Delahaye in the Bois de Boulogne. Her Hunt, the Rallye Bonnelles, chased more than 2000 deer and she was the first woman Lieutenant de Louveterie. (An Official Appointment to get rid of Wolves...) Heiress to the Veuve Cliquot fortune, she financed General Boulanger whose ambition it was to overthrow the French Republic. She wrote under the name of Manuela, and also sculpted the statue of St Hubert (Patron of the Hunt) in the Sacré Coeur Basilica in Paris. She was a feminist who was interested in furthering social welfare, and became a friend of the anarchist Louise Michel.

Viscounts and Dukes of Uzès - Lords of Uzès (Seigneur d'Uzès)

Elzéart d'Uzès   1080-1125 ?-1125
Decan d'Uzès daughter of the Lord of Posquières 1110-1138 1125-1138
Bermond I d'Uzès Douce de Mézoargues 1105-1181 1138-1181
Raymond Rascas d'Uzès Clothilde 1163-1209 1181-1209
Bermond II d'Uzès Géraude d'Adjémar de Rochemaure 1209-1254 1209-1254
Decan II d'Uzès Hermingarde d'Alais (of Alès) 1254-1285 1254-1285
Bermond III d'Uzès Alix 1250-1318 1285-1318

Viscounts of Uzès (Vicomte d'Uzès)

Robert Ier d'Uzès Guiote de Posquières 1300-1349 1318-1349
Decan III d'Uzès Agathe de Baux 1330-1361 1349-1361
Raymond d'Uzès      
Alzias d'Uzès Dauphine de la Roche 1340-1390 ?-1390
Robert II d'Uzès Gilette de Pressigny 1380-1426 1390-1426
Jéhan d'Uzès Anne de Brancas 1430-1475 1426-1475
Jacques Ier de Crussol Simone d'Uzès 1460-1525 1475-1525
Charles de Crussol Jeanne Ricard de Genouilhac 1483-1546 1525-1546

Dukes of Uzès (Duc d'Uzès)

La viscounty of Uzès became a duchy by letters patent of Charles IX issued at Mont-de-Marsan in May 1565. The dukes were included in the peerage of France from 1572, and by the time of the French Revolution they were the senior peers, ranked immediately after the Princes of the Blood.

Antoine de Crussol Louise de Clermont Tallart 1528-1573 1546-1573
Jacques II de Crussol Françoise de Clermont 1540-1586 1573-1586
Emmanuel I de Crussol Claudine d'Ebrard 1570-1657 1586-1657
François de Crussol Marguerite d'Apchier 1604-1680 1657-1680
Emmanuel II de Crussol Julie Marie de Sainte-Maure de Montausier 1637-1692 1680-1692
Louis de Crussol (Did not marry) 1673-1693 1692-1693
Jean Charles de Crussol Marguerite de Bullion 1675-1739 1693-1739
Charles Emmanuel de Crussol Emilie de la Rochefoucauld 1707-1762 1739-1762
François Emmanuel de Crussol Julie de Pardaillan de Gondrin 1728-1802 1762-1802
Marie François Emmanuel de Crussol Emilie de Chastillon 1756-1843 1802-1842
Géraud de Crussol d'Uzès Françoise de Talhouët 1808-1872 1842-1872
Emmanuel de Crussol, duc d'Uzès Anne de Rochechouart de Mortemart 1840-1878 1872-1878
Jacques de Crussol d'Uzès   1870-1893 1878-1893
Louis de Crussol d'Uzès Marie Thérèse d'Albert de Luynes 1871-1943 1893-1943
Emmanuel de Crussol d'Uzès   1927-1999 1943-1999
Louis de Crussol d'Uzès Elizabeth de Belleville 1925-2001 1999-2001
Jacques de Crussol d'Uzès Alessandra Passerin d'Entrèves e Courmayeur 1957- 2001-

The Genealogy of the Ducal House

AMABLE Antoine Jacques Emmanuel de Crussol, Duc d'Uzès, Cte de Crussol (Paris 18 Jan 1840-Paris 28 Nov 1878); m.Paris 11 May 1867 Marie Adrienne de Rochechouart (Paris 10 Feb 1847-château de Dampierre 3 Feb 1933)

1a) JACQUES Marie Géraud, Duc d'Uzès, etc (Paris 19 Nov 1878-Cabinda, Congo 20 Jun 1893)

2a) Simone Louise Laure (Paris 7 Jan 1870-28 Jun 1946); m.Paris 12 Dec 1889 Honoré d'Albert Duc de Luynes et de Chevreuse (d.Paris 13 Mar 1924)

3a) LOUIS EMMANUEL, Duc d'Uzès, etc (Paris 15 Sep 1871-Neuilly 28 Sep 1943); m.1st Paris 10 Jan 1894 (div 1938) Thérèse d'Albert de Luynes (Sablé 12 Jan 1876-Paris 21 Oct 1941); m.2d Paris 18 Nov 1940 Josephine Angela (San Francisco 24 Aug 1888-Washington 1965)

1b) Anne Emmanuela Sophie Pauline Marie Thérèse (Bonnelles 2 Jan 1895-Paris 1 Jun 1984); m.Paris 4 Nov 1919 Gaston Cte de La Rochefoucauld (Paris 25 Apr 1893-Paris 5 Jun 1930)

2b) Géraud François Marie Paul (Paris 7 Feb 1897-Paris 14 Jan 1929); m.Uzès 10 Oct 1921 Evelyn Gordon (London 3 Jul 1897-Paris 9 Dec 1947)

1c) EMMANUEL Jacques Géraud, Duc d'Uzès, etc (Paris 19 Jul 1927-Montpellier 8 Sep 1999); m.1st Raleigh, North Carolina 18 Jul 1946 (div 1947) Carolyn Baily Brown (b.New York 8 Nov 1925); m.2d Marakesh 5 Jul 1968 Margaret Bedford (New York 18 Oct 1932-Saclay 16 Oct 1977)

1d) Emmanuelle (b.Southampton, New York 1945)

2d) Nathalie (b.Southampton, New York 8 Aug 1947)

3b) Emmanuel Simon André Marie, Marquis de Crussol (Neuilly 24 Jul 1902-Paris 26 Jan 1952); m.1st Paris 26 Aug 1924 (div 1941) Marie-Louise Béziers (Lorient 15 Feb 1904-Paris 1991); m.2d Paris 25 May 1943 Henriette Mendelssohn (Paris 13 Sep 1905-d.in concentration camp Auschwitz 13 Feb 1944); m.3d Paris 29 Oct 1951 his 1st wife

1c) LOUIS Frédéric Emmanuel Marie Jean, Duc d'Uzès, etc (Paris 24 Dec 1925-Nîmes 19 Sep 2001); m.1st Paris 29 Jan 1954 (div 1955) Françoise Marque (b.Neuilly 20 Jun 1929); m.2d Uzès (civ) 31 Aug 1955 (rel) 1 Sep 1955 (div 1976) Elisabeth de Belleville (b.Paris 1 Aug 1931); m.3d Nîmes 12 Nov 1999 Jeannine Rolande Coudouneau

1d) Yolande Marie Thérèse Emy (b.Neuilly 12 Mar 1956)

2d) JACQUES Emmanuel Eric Raymond Marie, Duc d'Uzès, etc (b.Neuilly 13 Oct 1957); m.10 Jul 1993 Alessandra Passerin d'Entreve et Courmayeur (b.Lugano 5 Jun 1970)

1e) Charles Louis Jacques Emanuel Marie (b.Boulogne 19 Jan 1997)

4a) Mathilde Renée (Paris 4 Mar 1875-Paris 31 May 1908); m.Paris 7 Nov 1894 François de Cossé Duc de Brissac (d.Saumur 17 Feb 1944)

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PRINCELY AND DUCAL HOUSE OF CZARTORYSKI

Czartoryski (Polish plural: Czartoryscy) (Ukrainian: Chortoryisky Lithuanian: Cartoriskis) is the surname of a Polish-Ruthenian-Lithuanian magnate family also known as the Familia. They used the Czartoryski coat of arms and were the leading noble family of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the 18th century. The Princes Czartoryski ruled the Grand Duchy of Lithuania in the 13 th century. In 1386 Grand Duke Jogaila married a Polish princess and became King Wladyslaw Jagiello, thereby founding the Royal Dynasty of the Jagellonian which was to rule for two centuries. The junior branch of the family came to be known by a name deriving from the main Czartorysk seat in Volhynia. At around the end of the 17 th Century the family's royal ambitions were revived by Prince Kazimierz Czartoryski (1674-1741), who was Duke of Klewan and Zukow, and Castellan of Wilno. Intelligent, highly educated and ambitious, in 1693 Kazimierz marries Isabella Morsztyn, daughter of the Grand Treasurer of Poland. Thus begins the "Familia" dynasty carried on by Kazimierz and Isabella's four children: Mikhal, August, Konstancja and Teodor. Mikhal (1696-1777) became Chancellor of Lithuania and his daughter Antonina married Jan Jerzy Flemming, the wealthy treasurer of Lithuania. The couple's only daughter Izabella founded the museum.

August (1697-1782), Mikhal's younger brother, was the financial genius of the "Familia". He became the Palatine of Ruthenia and married Sofia Sienawska, who was heiress to two fabulous fortunes and whose dowry included two main family residences at Pulawy and Wilanow. Their son, Adam Kazimierz, who married their niece Isabella, was to become the hope of the dynasty. Konstancja meanwhile married the brilliant general Stanislaw Poniatowski, and Teodor went into the church, in 1720 becoming bishop of Poznan. Despite their different paths, the four men in the family worked as a perfect team; Michal as the strategic planner, August the banker, Teodor the ecclesiastic power, and Poniatowski the soldier. By 1750 they formed the most powerful family in Poland and using Russia's support, they planned to elevate either Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski or his cousin Stanislaw Poniatowski to the throne.In the end it was Poniatowski, who had strong backing from Russia and was at one time the official lover of the future Empress Catherine the Great, who was crowned King Stanislaw II Augustus of Poland in 1764.

 

Notable members of the family

  • Major Branch
    • Adam Jerzy Czartoryski (1770-1861)
    • Adam Karol Czartoryski (b. 1940)
    • Adam Kazimierz Czartoryski (1734-1823)
    • Adam Ludwik Czartoryski (1872-1937)
    • August Aleksander Czartoryski (1697-1782)
    • Augustyn Józef Czartoryski (1907-1946)
    • Beatified August Franciszek Czartoryski (1858-1893)
    • Izabela Czartoryska
    • Kazimierz Czartoryski (1674-1741)
    • Konstanty Adam Czartoryski (1773-1860)
    • Witold Czartoryski (1824-1865)
    • Władysław (Ladislaus) Czartoryski (1828-1894)
  • Other Branches: Clementicek Zagorski-Czartoryski
    • Beatified Jan Franciszek Czartoryski (1897-1944)
    • Jerzy Konstanty Czartoryski (1828-1912)
    • Michał Fryderyk Czartoryski (1696-1775)
    • Professor Paweł Czartoryski (1924-1999)
    • Piotr Michał Czartoryski (1908-1993)
    • Roman Jacek Czartoryski (1898-1958)
    • Witold Leon Czartoryski (1864-1945)

Family Coat of Arms and Motto

The Czartoryski family used the Czartoryski arms and the motto, Bądź co bądź ("Come what may", literally 'let be, that which will be '). Their arms were a modification of the Vytis or Pahonia- the traditional Gediminid (Gediminaičiai) coat-of-arms that is currently the official arms of the Republic of Lithuania and a traditional symbol of Belarus.

The Family Titles and Styles

The members of this family bear the title Prince or Princess Czartoryski together with the formal appellation of His or Her Serene Highness.

The Genealogy of the Ducal House

Adam Kasimierz Pr Czartoryski, Duke von Klewán and Zuków (Danzig 1 Dec 1734-Sieniawa 19 Mar 1823); m.Wolczyn 19 Nov 1761 Isabella Gfn von Flemming (Warsaw 3 Mar 1746-Wysock 17 Jun 1835)

1a) Maria Anna (Pulawy 15 Mar 1768-Vienna 21 Oct 1854); m.Siedlic 28 Oct 1784 (div) Ludwig Friedrich Duke of Württemberg (Treptow 30 Aug 1756-Kirchheim 20 Sep 1817)

2a) Adam Jerzy Pr Czartoryski, Duke von Klewán and Zuków (Warsaw 14 Jan 1770-Montfermeil, nr Paris 15 Jul 1861); m.Radzyn 25 Sep 1817 Anna Pss Sapieha-Kodenska (St.Germain-en-Laye 1798-Montpellier 24 Dec 1864)

1b) Witold Pr Czartoryski, Duke von Klewán and Zuków (Pulawy 6 Jun 1824-Algiers 14 Nov 1865); m.Paris 30 Oct 1851 Marie Gfn Grocholska (29 Nov 1833-Cracow 9 May 1928)

2b) Wladislaw Pr Czartoryski, Duke von Klewán and Zuków (Warsaw 3 Jul 1828-Boulogne-sur-Seine 23 Jun 1894); m.1st Malmaison 1 Mar 1855 Marie Amparo Muñoz y Borbón Cdsa de Vista-Alegre (Madrid 17 Nov 1834-Paris 19 Aug 1864); m.2d Chantilly 15 Jan 1872 Marguerite Pss d'Orléans (Paris 16 Feb 1846- Paris 24 Oct 1893)

1c) Franciszek August, Duque de Vista Alegre (Paris 2 Aug 1858-Alassio 8 Apr 1893)

2c) Adam Ludwyk (Paris 5 Nov 1872-Warsaw 29 Jun 1937); m.Warsaw 31 Aug 1901 Maria-Luisa Gfn Krasinska (Warsaw 24 Mar 1883-Cannes 23 Jan 1958)

1d) Izabelle Malgorzata Maria Magdalene Antoinette Hyacinthe Josephe Luise (Warsaw 17 Aug 1902-Cannes 8 Mar 1929); m.Paris 25 Aug 1927 Pr Gabriel of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Cannes 11 Jan 1897-Itu, Brazil 22 Oct 1975)

2d) Elzbieta Bianca Maria Constance (Krasno 1 Sep 1905-Geneva 18 Sep 1989); m.Goluchow 26 Jun 1929 Ct Stefan Adam Zamoyski (Racewo 17 Feb 1904-San Francisco 27 Oct 1976)

3d) Jozef August Antoni Maria Pius (Warsaw 20 Oct 1907-Seville 1 Jul 1946); m.(civ) Lausanne 12 Aug 1937 (rel) 16 Aug 1937 Pss Dolores of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Madrid 15 Nov 1909-Madrid 11 May 1996)

1e) Adam Karol (b.Seville 2 Jan 1940); m.1st London 25 Jan 1977 (div 1985) Nora Piciotto (b.Cairo 9 Sep 1942); m.2d London 12 Dec 2000 Josette Calil

1f) Tamara (b.London 23 Apr 1978)

2e) Luís Pedro (Seville 13 Mar 1945-3 May 1946)

4d) Anna Maria Yolanda Gabriella Izabella Josephine Antoinette Czartoryski (Goluchow 6 Jan 1914-Lima, Peru 26 Nov 1987); m.Warsaw 12 Aug 1936 (div 1948) Pr Wladislaw Radziwill (Brixen 21 Jun 1909-25 Dec 1978)

5d) Wladislaw Maria Peter von Alcantara (Goluchow 30 Aug 1918-Spain 19 Apr 1978); m. Montana, Switzerland 28 Jan 1949 Elizabeth York (Winterton, Lincs 22 Aug 1925-Warrington 22 Aug 1983)

6d) Tereza Maria Magdalena Johanna Elzbieta (Goluchow 1 Jul 1923-St.Gall 5 Nov 1967); m.Bytom, Cracow 24 Dec 1945 Jan Groda-Kowalski (b.Kordon 23 May 1917)

7d) Ludwyk Adam Marie Jozef Antoni Jan Karol Rafal (Warsaw 14 Dec 1927-k.a.Warsaw 24 Sep 1944)

3c) Witold Kazimierz Philipp Jan (Paris 10 Mar 1876-Versailles 29 Oct 1911)

3b) Izabella (Warsaw 19 Dec 1832-Mentone 18 Mar 1899); m.Paris 21 Feb 1857 Jan Gf Dzialynski (Kórnik 28 Sep 1829-Kórnik 30 Mar 1880)

3a) Konstanty Adam Aleksander Thaddeusz (Warsaw 28 Oct 1773-Vienna 23 Apr 1860); m.1st Nieberów 1800 Angelika Pss Radziwill (3 Oct 1781-Vienna 16 Sep 1808); m.2d Vienna 20 Mar 1810 Maria Dzierzanowska (1790-Vienna 28 Nov 1842)

1b) Adam Konstanty (Warsaw 24 Jun 1804-Rokosowo 19 Dec 1880); m.1st Schmiedeberg 12 Dec 1832 Wanda Pss Radziwill (Berlin 29 Jan 1813-Ruhberg bei Schmiedeberg 16 Sep 1845); m.2d Kórnik 16 Feb 1848 Elisabeth Gfn Dzialynska (Posen 16 Aug 1826-Rokosowo 21 Aug 1896)

1c) Angelica Luise (12 Mar 1837-Rokosowo 26 Sep 1869)

2c) Adam August Wilhelm Roman (Berlin 23 Nov 1839-Jablonow 18 Feb 1887); m.Lemberg 6 Dec 1873 (div 1897) Florentine Gfn Dzieduszycki (Lemberg 28 May 1844-Jablonow 18 Jan 1920)

3c) Antoni Boguslav Adam (Berlin 2 Jan 1845-Posen 7 Mar 1912)

4c) Tomasz Boguslav Zygmunt (Posen 29 Sep 1853-Rokosowo 24 Dec 1920); m.Mala Wies 9 Jan 1896 Sophie Pss Lubomirska (Warsaw 9 Nov 1867-Oborniki 10 Mar 1950)

1d) Jan Roman (Warsaw 8 Jan 1897-Wrexham 15 May 1986); m.Baltów 1925 Alexandrine Pss Drucka-Lubecka (Baltów 3 May 1901-Revelstoke, British Columbia 17 Mar 1980)

1e) Nathalia Marya Gabriella (Rokosowo 25 Apr 1926-U.K. 1 Sep 1998 [19 Sep 1998?]); m.1st (div) Tadeusz Pacer; m.2d London 12 May 1961 Nikolas Flemming

2e) Andrzej (Posen 17 May 1929-London 2 Feb 1976); m.31 Jul 1957 Fleur Wendela de Laune Williams (b.1929)

1f) Anna Fleur de Laune (b.London 2 Mar 1958); m.London 1983 Henry Biggs Davison (b.London 1956)

2f) Louise Joan de Laune (b.London 31 Mar 1960); m.London 3 Apr 1993 Stewart Alexander Bruseth (b.London 1966)

3f) Guy Alexander (b.London 3 Jun 1964); m.London 9 Sep 2000 Dorothy Skarbek-Borowska

1g) Rogier Adam (b.London 5 Jul 2001)

2g) Magdalena Helena (b.15 Jan 2003)

3g) Roza (b.31 Mar 2005)

2d) Angelika (Rokosowo 5 May 1898-Warsaw 11 Jul 1978); m.Rokosowo 30 Aug 1924 Pr Henryk Woroniecli (Kanie 1886-Gdynia 1948)

3d) Marie Wanda (Rokosowo 22 Aug 1905-Dzieczyna 16 Apr 1929)

4d) Roman Wladislaw Jozef Antoni (Rokosowo 10 Mar 1905-Nowy Sacz 5 Jan 1974); m.Kwilcz 14 Jun 1939 Css Hedwig Kwilecka (Kobylniki 26 Aug 1901-Cracow 22 Jan 1984)

5d) Maria Elizbieta Ksaveria (Rokosowo 22 Nov 1906-Warsaw 22 Aug 1984)

6d) Adam Tadeusz Zdislaw (Rokosowo 8 Mar 1909-10 Feb 2006); m.Wola 1933 Zofia Wysocka (b.Cracow 17 Sep 1912)

1e) Zygmunt Szczesny Maria (b.Posen 30 Jul 1934); m.1st Leknica 12 Apr 1957 (div 1966) Romana Wasilewicz (b.Jasionow 21 Jan 1937); m.2d Wroclaw 31 Aug 1966 (div 1972) Ewa Malgorzata Rost (b.Lowicz 21 Feb 1936); m.3d Katowice 8 Jun 1974 Janina Dunat (b.Szczyrk 15 Dec 1946)

1f) Marek (Nowe Carpy 15 Oct 1957-Leknica 18 Oct 1958)

2f) Izabella (b.Zary 22 Jun 1960); m.Lubin 18 Feb 1992 Waldemar Kaczanowski

3f) Jerzy Antoni (b.Wroclaw 18 Oct 1967); m.1st Wroclaw 26 Jun 1986 Edyt Zielinski (b.Wroclaw 27 Jan 1966); m.2d Starograd Gdanski 19__ Katharina Sobiecki (b.28 Oct 1971)

1g) Klaudia (b.Wroclaw 16 Sep 1986)

2g) Natalia (b.Warsaw 27 Nov 1997)

3g) Konrad Jerzy (b.21 Apr 2002)

4f) Krzysztof Arkadius (b.Wroclaw 17 Jan 1976)

5f) Malgorzata Elzbieta (b.Wroclaw 19 Apr 1978); m.30 Dec 2000 Jaroslaw Szydlowski

2e) Krystof Adam (b. Posen 28 Jul 1935); m.1st Copenhagen 8 May 1965 (div 1979) Asta Graae (b.Copenhagen 28 Mar 1938); m.2d Kokkeda, Denmark 1 Dec 1984 Lucja Przybylak (b.Miloslaw 29 Nov 1936)

1f) Michal Adam (b.Copenhagen 20 Feb 1967); m.1 Jun 2002 Agata Fersztyn

2f) Stefan Andrzej (b.Copenhagen 22 Jan 1975)

3e) Juliusz Klemens Andrzej (b.Warsaw 16 Aug 1941); m.Wroclaw 8 Nov 1980 Elzbieta Wisniewski (b.Jaworze 8 Mar 1948)

1f) Konstanty Stanislaw (b.Wroclaw 17 Aug 1981); m.Warsaw 8 Jun 2004 Emilia Gurba

4e) Titus (b.Cracow 30 Mar 1945); m.Kalisz 25 Dec 1973 Danuta Jasnowski (b.Kalisz 5 Jan 1952)

1f) Tytus Stanislaw (b.Kalisz 20 Aug 1976)

2f) Lech Wladislaw (b.Wroclaw 13 Mar 1985)

3f) Maria Joanna (b.Wroclaw 11 Jun 1986)

4f) Cecylia Maria (b.Trzebnica 12 Nov 1988)

5f) Brygida Maria (b.Wroclaw 28 Jun 1994)

5e) Gustav Maria Pius X (b.Breslau 2 Aug 1954); m.Smigiel 26 Dec 1978 Maria Magdalena Psarski (b.Poznan 25 Nov 1954)

1f) Maria Zofia (b.Poznan 19 Oct 1979); m.16 Jun 2002 Jacek Zalewski

2f) Emilia Konstancja (b.Poznan 11 Jun 1981)

3f) Helena Maria (b.Poznan 8 Dec 1985)

4f) Jadwiga Maria (b.Poznan 29 Nov 1987)

5f) Jan August (b.Poznan 5 Apr 1990)

6f) Stanislaw Olgierd (b.Poznan 11 Aug 1993)

7f) Aniela Maria (b.Smigiel 19 Apr 1997)

8f) Teresa Maria (b.Poznan 8 Jun 2001)

5c) Maria Helene (Posen 29 Sep 1855-Moscow 1936); m.Rokosowo 12 May 1878 Ct Stanislaw Plater-Zyberk (24 May 1850-ca 1936)

6c) Aleksander Zdislaw Titus (Posen 4 Jan 1858-Sielec 25 Jan 1909); m.Vienna 17 Feb 1884 Marie Prawdzic-Zaleska (Ostapkowce 15 Nov 1853-Cracow 29 Oct 1942)

1d) Elzbieta Maria Helene Martina Zofia Klementine (Sielec 16 Dec 1885-Poznan 15 Sep 1970); m.Sielec 1 Sep 1908 Ct Jan Szoldrski (Zydowo 13 Apr 1881-murdered at Koscian, Poland 19 Sep 1939)

2d) Aleksander Olgierd Jan Paul Antoni (Sielec 25 Oct 1888-Rio de Janeiro 6 Feb 1977); m.Zywiec 11 Jan 1913 Archduchess Mechtildis of Austria (Pola 11 Oct 1891-Rio de Janeiro 6 Feb 1966)

1e) Konstanty Stefan Aleksander Adam Gratian (Sielec 9 Dec 1913-Buenos Aires 31 Aug 1989); m.Rio de Janeiro 21 Dec 1941 Css Karoline Plater-Zyberk (Swojatycze 8 Dec 1917-Montreal 31 Dec 1994)

1f) Karol (b.Rio de Janeiro 19 Dec 1942); m.Montreal 28 Aug 1964 Alice Ternynck (b.Paris 5 Jun 1940)

1g) Maria Elena (b.Sao Paulo 16 Sep 1965); m.Montreal 11 Nov 1993 Ross Donald Clow (b.Montreal 4 Feb 1965)

2g) Karol Alexander (b.Nassau, Bahamas 24 May 1967)

3g) Alexandra (b.Nassau 8 May 1971); m.Nassau 14 May 1994 Elenido Encinar (b.Nassau 13 Dec 1970)

2f) Christoph Hubert (b.Rio de Janeiro 26 Aug 1944); m.Montreal 29 Jun 1970 Catarina Becskehazy (b.Rio de Janeiro 1 Dec 1947)

1g) Nathalie Sonja (b.Miami 31 Aug 1972)

2g) Christoph (b.Miami 19 Jul 1974)

3g) Alexander (b.Toronto 24 Nov 1984)

2e) Cäcilia Tereza Immakulata Ilona Felicitas Elzbieta Helena (b.Sielec 9 Apr 1915); m.London 25 Jun 1947 Count Jerzy Rostworowski (Warsaw 13 Sep 1911-São Paulo 16 Jun 1986)

3e) Izabela Maria Karolina Susanna Roza Marcelina Cypriana Desiderata Felicitas Mechthildis (b.Sielec 8 Aug 1917); m.Balice 8 Dec 1942 Ct Raphael Bninski (Dobrzya 17 Feb 1918-Warsaw 13 Oct 1943)

4e) Aleksander Christin Antoni Jozef (b.Sielec 21 Oct 1919)

2b) Aleksander Romuald (7 Feb 1811-Wola Justowska 9 Jul 1886); m.Vienna 20 Aug 1840 Marcelline Pss Radziwill (18 May 1817-Wola Justowska 5 Jun 1894)

1c) Marcel Adam Konstanty Michael Feliks (Weinhaus 30 May 1841-Lausanne 25 Nov 1909); m.Paris 31 Jul 1866 Css Suzanne de Caraman (Paris 20 Feb 1844-Vevey, Switzerland 6 Aug 1918)

1d) Rosalie (Wola Justowska 19 Sep 1871-Cracow 16 Feb 1891)

3b) Maria Susanne Cecilie (11 Aug 1817-ca 1868); m.Nice 22 May 1839 Achilles, Cte de la Roche-Pouchin et de Rochefort St.Louis

4b) Konstanty Maria Adam (Passy 9 Apr 1822-Vienna 31 Oct 1891)

5b) Jerzy Konstanty (Dresden 24 Apr 1828-Vienna 23 Dec 1912); m.Vienna 2 May 1861 Maria Czermak (Prague 4 May 1835-Vienna 27 Jun 1916)

1c) Wanda (Weinhaus 20 Aug 1862-Lemberg 16 May 1920)2c) Witold (Weinhaus 10 Feb 1864-Makow Podhalanski 6 Sep 1945); m.Lemberg 21 Feb 1889 Css Jadwiga Dzieduszycka (Lemberg 2 Mar 1867-Pelkinie 12 Jul 1941)

1d) Maria Anna (Vienna 24 Feb 1890-London 20 Jun 1981); m.Pelkinie 16 Jul 1913 Ct Michael Krasinski (Starawies 17 Oct 1883-murdered at Bojary, nr Grodno Sep 1939)

2d) Anna (Weinhaus 18 Apr 1891-Warsaw 23 May 1952)

3d) Casimierz Jerzy Augustin (Pelkinie 7 Aug 1892-Zurawno 24 May 1936); m.Cracow 11 Aug 1917 Helene Skrzynska (Zurawno 21 Sep 1894-Warsaw 21 Jun 1988)

1e) Antoni Stanislaw Maria Barnabas (11 Jun Pelkinie 1919-Seattle 7 Feb 1991); m.Seattle 16 Feb 1954 Sylvia Polony (1918-1993)

2e) Jadwiga Monika Bronislawa (Posen 3 Sep 1920-Warsaw 20 Feb 1998); m.Cracow 1 Sep 1946 Karol Brzozowski (Warsaw 23 Feb 1917-Warsaw 16 Apr 1997)

3e) Tereza Maria (Zurawno 18 Aug 1923-Warsaw 23 Nov 1981); m.Warsaw 3 Oct 1948 Heinirch Rostworowski (Rybczewice 17 Feb 1912-Warsaw 31 Aug 1984)

4e) Maria Gabriela (Zurawno 18 Apr 1924-Zakopane 6 Feb 1929)

5e) Anna Maria Weronika Donata (b.Zurawno 7 Apr 1927); m.Szczecin 24 Feb 1949 Casimir Golinski (b.15 Jan 1926)

6e) Andrzej Maria (Zurawno 12 Jun 1929-Laski 1 Nov 1999); m.Laski 4 Nov 1951 Css Olga Tyszkiewicz (b.Lemberg 14 Dec 1923)

1f) Katarzina Maria Aniela (b.Kielce 11 Oct 1952); m.Laski 16 Aug 1975 Adam Rybinski Radwan (b.Cracow 20 Oct 1945)

2f) Maria Helena Zofia (b.Milanowek 27 Aug 1954); m.Warsaw 18 Sep 1982 Krzysztof Zorski (b.11 Nov 1955)

3f) Casimierz Jerzy Maria (b.Zyrardow 11 Jul 1957); m.Kowary 1 Sep 1984 Malgorzata Zofia Trafkiewicz (b.Kowary 27 Nov 1962)

1g) Karolina Maria (b.Jelenia Gora 1985)

2g) Michal Piotr (b.Hainburg an der Donau 12 Jun 1994)

4f) Michael Andrzej (b.Warsaw 3 Mar 1961); m.Warsaw 29 Jan 1994 Marta Anna Kupczynska (b.Warsaw 22 Jan 1967)

1g) Stefan Michal, b.Warsaw 25 Apr 1994

2g) Stanislaw Kazimierz, b.Warsaw 23 Oct 1995

3g) Kazimierz Antoni, b.Warsaw 16 Dec 1997

7e) Cecilia Marie (b.Zurawno 11 Dec 1930)

8e) Barbara (b.Zurawno 18 Aug 1935)

4d) Jerzy Peter Wladyslaw (Pelkinie 23 Feb 1894-Bialka Tatrzanska 2 Aug 1969)

5d) Wladimir Alfons Andrzej Hubert (Pelkinie 3 Nov 1895-Cracow 2 Oct 1975); m.Krzeszowice 5 Jun 1923 Css Sophie Tyszkiewicz (Warsaw 6 May 1895-Cracow 21 Apr 1973)

1e) Paul Marie (Cracow 21 May 1924-Warsaw 10 Aug 1999); m.Cracow 26 Dec 1952 Veronica Poninska (b.Piotrkowice 29 Aug 1920)

1f) Witold Michael Maria (b.Lublin 20 Nov 1953); m.Wroclaw 27 Dec 1980 Krystyna Maria Jastrzebiec (b.Czarnkow 23 Jul 1950)

1g) Witold Gustaw Pawel Maria (b.Giessen 25 Jan 1983)

2g) Konstanty Jerzy Maria (b.Monachium 9 Jan 1985)

2f) Irena (b.Lublin 27 Jul 1955); m.Warsaw 19 Jul 1980 Maksymilian Andrzej Bylicki Pobog (b.Warsaw 25 May 1957)

3f) Maria (b.Warsaw 27 Jun 1960)

2e) Elzbieta Roza-Maria (b.Rogalin 21 Jun 1926); m.Cracow 12 Apr 1958 Jan Sykstus Maria Krsinski Jelita (b.Jablonka 30 Oct 1927)

3e) Roza Marie Jadwiga Laurencia (Pelkinie 10 Aug 1928-London 12 May 2003); m.London 14 Jan 1965 Antoni Mikolaj Pr Radziwill (Cracow 17 Jan 1936-London 25 Feb 1999)

6d) Jan Franciszek (Pelkinie 19 Feb 1897-murdered at Warsaw 6 Sep 1944)

7d) Roman Hyazinth Maria (Pelkinie 21 Nov 1898-Puszczykówko 24 Oct 1958); m.Warsaw 22 Jul 1925 Css Tereza Zamoyska (Pilczyce 1 Sep 1902-Warsaw 15 Feb 1978)

1e) Elzbieta Maria Casimira (b.Konarzewo 20 May 1926); m.Puszczykówko 28 Apr 1961 Johann Henryk Przewlocki (b.Mordy 24 Mar 1927)

2e) Zofia Tereza Maria (b.Konarzewo 18 Feb 1927); m.Puszczykówko 18 Apr 1954 Zygmunt Lichniak (b.Wilzyn 28 Apr 1925)

3e) Wanda Gabriele Marie (Konarzewo 18 Feb 1929-Warsaw 23 Mar 2001); m.Puszczykówko 26 Apr 1952 Sergiusz Stanislaw Niemojewski (Warsaw 5 Aug 1927- Warsaw 27 Apr 1998)

4e) Marie Jadwiga (b.Konarzewo 2 Jun 1930); m.Puszczykówko 26 Dec 1954 Krzystof Mikolaj Maciej Leon Pr Radziwill (b.Zegrze 17 Aug 1928)

5e) Anna Maria Ksawera (b.Konarzewo 14 Jul 1932); m.Puszczykówko 2 Mar 1957 Albrecht Hieronim Pr Radziwill (b.Zegrze 14 Jul 1931)

6e) Ursula Johanna Marie (Konarzewo 27 Jul 1934-Warsaw 7 Aug 1998); m.Warsaw 26 Feb 1966 Ryszard Stanislawski (Sompolno 20 Jan 1921-Warsaw 28 Nov 2000)

7e) Michal Marie Wladimir (Konarzewo 3 May 1936-Warsaw 2 Jan 2006); m.Puszczykowko 22 Nov 1959 Jadwiga Manicher (b.Czestochowa 2 Jan 1933)

1f) Agata (b.Breslau 14 Mar 1961); m.Paris 3 Dec 1983 Wojciech Sikora (b.16 Apr 1956)

2f) Barbara (b.Wroclaw 29 Jul 1968); m.13 Jul 1989 (div 1995) Marcin Ciempiel (b.9 Jun 1964)

8e) Stanislaw Jan Andrzej Maria (b.Konarzewo 8 Jun 1939); m.1st 1970 (div 1983) Krystyna Godlewska (b.Chelm Lubelski 21 Nov 1936); m.2d Warsaw 13 Aug 1983 (div 2001) Ewa Minkowska (b.Warsaw 20 Jul 1959); m.3d Warsaw 9 Aug 2002 Joanna Elzbieta Gradowska (b.Bytom 7 May 1956)

1f) Anna Maria Tereaa (b.Warsaw 8 Jan 1984)

2f) Michael Roman (b.Warsaw 11 Mar 1986)

8d) Stanislaw Ignacy (Pelkinie 26 Jan 1902-Cracow 9 Aug 1982)

9d) Elzbieta (19 Sep 1904-21 Sep 1904)
10d) Adam Michael Jozef (Pelkinie 16 Jan 1906-Warsaw 11 Jun 1998); m.Nawojowa 24 Jun 1937 Css Jadwiga Stadnicka (b.Nawojowa 26 May 1913)

1e) Jerzy Andrzej Michal Jozef (b.Babki 1 Jan 1939); m.Montreal 29 Apr 1972 Grazyna Maria Babinski (b.Montreal 26 May 1951)

1f) Adam Maria (b.Ottawa 20 Aug 1973)

2f) Alexander Jan Maria (b.Ottawa 18 Oct 1975)

3f) Dominik Witold (b.Ottawa 4 Nov 1977)

4f) Izabela Maria Gabriela (b.Ottawa 9 Jan 1980)

2e) Maria Krystyna (b.Nawojowa 8 Dec 1940); m.Warsaw 10 Aug 1968 Ct Wladyslaw Jan Maria Potocki Zlota Pilawa (b.Luczanowice 15 Nov 1940)

3e) Izabella (b.Nawojowa 17 Mar 1942); m.Warsaw 7 Oct 1967 Jean Caillot (b.Cherbourg 11 Nov 1936)

4e) Jadwiga Anna Maria (b.Posen 1 Nov 1953)

11d) Witold Thadeusz (Pelkinie 8 Feb 1908-St.Gallen 17 Jul 1945); m.Warsaw 1 Jan 1937 Elzbieta Pss Radziwill (b.London 21 Jan 1917)

1e) Maria Krystyna Gabriela Augusta (Warsaw 2 Feb 1938-Loches, Montrésor 4 Jul 2004); m.Montge 26 May 1962 Jan Gromnicki (Lachowice 29 Apr 1929-Montrésor 6 Nov 2003)

2e) Albrecht Rafal Klemens Krzysztof (b.Vienna 23 Nov 1939); m.1st Paris 5 Jul 1963 (div 1973) Css Patrizia di Collalto (b.Rome 8 May 1937); m.2d Paris 22 Apr 1979 Pauline Berthon (b.1950)

1f) Alexandra Gabrielle Helene Augusta Maria (b.Paris 20 Oct 1963)

2f) Olivia Elizabetta Barbara Florence Marie (b.Paris 15 Nov 1967)

3f) Barbara Gwenola Renata Gabriela Maria (b.St.Cloud 11 Jun 1981)

4f) Witold Jan Tadeusz Piotr Karol Maria (b.Annapolis 31 Dec 1984)

12d) Peter Michael Adalbert (Pelkinie 1 Sep 1909-Vancouver 17 Dec 1993); m.Dzików 20 Jul 1940 Css Anna Zamoyska (Paris 20 Sep 1920-Edmonton 24 Sep 1983)

1e) Monika Maria Hedwig (b.Bieliny 5 Aug 1941); m.Edmonton 19 Aug 1967 Stuart Francis Nicholson (b.London 27 Mar 1944)

2e) Krystof Peter Jan (b.Dzikow 20 Oct 1943)

3e) Joanna Maria Jadwiga (b.Arcola, Canada 16 Jun 1949); m.London 7 Sep 1970 (div) Maciej Walentowicz (b.Warsaw 19 Mar 1949)

4a) Zofia Warsaw 1778-Florence 27 Feb 1837; m.Pulawy 20 May 1798 Stanislaw Ct Zamoyski,Warsaw 3 Jan 1775-Vienna 2 Apr 1856)

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