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Kingdom of France
Royaume de France 
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 The Kingdom of France was one of the most powerful states to exist in Europe during the second millennium. It originated from the Western portion of the Frankish empire, and consolidated significant power and influence over the next thousand years. Louis XIV, also known as the Sun King, developed a powerful state and legal theory of absolute monarchy. Eventually, the influences of the French Enlightenment, the growing costs of the American War of Independence that France entirely supported, the rise of political awareness and the bourgeois need of political empowerment caused the French Revolution, as the Kingdom gave way to the similarly named constitutional Kingdom of France and then the French First Republic.

The Family Titles and Styles
The members of the Orléanist branch who are not products of morganatic marriages have been accorded the title of Prince or Princess d'Orléans, together with the formal appellation of His or Her Royal Highness, unless other titles are shown and the children of the head and the heir apparent of that line have now been accorded the title Prince or Princess of France together with the formal appellation of His or Her Royal Highness.
The Genealogy of the Royal House
King LOUIS XIII of France was b.Fontainebleau 27 Sep 1601 and succeeded his father, King Henri IV as king 14 May 1610; he reigned until his death at St-Germain-en-Laye 14 May 1643. He m.at Bordeaux 24 Nov 1615 Anna Infanta of Spain (Valladolid 22 Sep 1601-Louvre 20 Jan 1666)

1a) LOUIS XIV, King of France (St-Germain-en-Laye 5 Sep 1638-Versailles 1 Sep 1715); m.1st by proxy at Fuenterrabía 3 Jun 1660 and in person at St-Jean-de-Luz 9 Jun 1660 Maria Teresa Infanta of Spain (Madrid 20 Sep 1638-Versailles 30 Jul 1683); m.2d at Versailles ca 12 Jun 1684 Françoise d'Aubigné, cr 1688 Marquise de Maintenon et du Parc (Niort 27 Nov 1635-St.Cyr 15 Apr 1719)

1b) Louis, Dauphin de Viennois (Fontainebleau 1 Nov 1661-Château de Meudon 14 Apr 1711); m.1st by proxy at Munich 28 Jan 1680 and in person at Châlons-sur-Marne 7 Mar 1680 Marie Anne Pss of Bavaria (Munich 28 Nov 1660-Versailles 20 Apr 1690); m.2d 1691/5 Marie Émilie Joly de Choin (Bourg-en-Bresse 2 Aug 1670-Paris ca 13 Apr 1732)

1c) Louis, Dauphin de Viennois (Versailles 6 Aug 1682-Versailles 18 Feb 1712); m.by proxy at Turin on 15 Sep 1696 and in person at Versailles 7 Dec 1697 Marie Adélaïde Pss of Savoy (Turin 6 Dec 1685-Versailles 12 Feb 1712)

1d) Louis Duc de Bretagne (Versailles 25 Jun 1704-Versailles 13 Apr 1705)

2d) Louis, Dauphin de Viennois (Versailles 8 Jan 1707-Versailles 8 Mar 1712)

3d) LOUIS XV, King of France (Versailles 15 Feb 1710-Versailles 10 May 1774); m.by proxy at Strasbourg 15 Aug 1725 and in person at Fontainebleau 5 Sep 1725 Marie Lesczynska Pss of Poland (Poznan 23 Jun 1703-Versailles 24 Jun 1768)

1e) Louise Élisabeth (Versailles 14 Aug 1727-Versailles 6 Dec 1759); m.by proxy at Versailles 26 Aug 1739 and in person at Alcalá de Henares 25 Oct 1739 Filippo Inft of Spain, Duke of Parma, Piacenza and Guastalla (Madrid 15 Mar 1720-Alessandria 18 Jul 1765)

2e) Anne Henriette (Versailles 14 Aug 1727-Versailles 10 Feb 1752)

3e) Marie Louise (Versailles 28 Jul 1728-Versailles 19 Feb 1733)

4e) Louis Ferdinand, Dauphin de Viennois (Versailles 4 Sep 1729-Fontainebleau 20 Dec 1765); m.1st by proxy at Madrid 18 Dec 1744 and in person at Versailles 23 Feb 1745 Infanta Maria Teresa of Spain (Madrid 11 Jun 1726-Versailles 22 Jul 1746); m.2d by proxy at Dresden 10 Jan 1747 and in person at Versailles 9 Feb 1747 Josepha Pss of Saxony (Dresden 4 Nov 1731-Versailles 13 Mar 1767)

1f) Marie Thérèse (Versailles 19 Jul 1746-Versailles 27 Apr 1748)

2f) Marie Zéphyrine (Versailles 26 Aug 1750-Versailles 2 Sep 1755)

3f) Louis Joseph Xavier Duc de Bourgogne (Versailles 13 Sep 1751-Versailles 22 Mar 1761)

4f) Xavier Marie Joseph Duc d'Aquitaine (Versailles 8 Sep 1753-Versailles 22 Feb 1754)

5f) LOUIS XVI Auguste, King of France (Versailles 23 Aug 1754-guillotined at Paris 21 Jan 1793); m.by proxy at Vienna 18 Apr 1770 and in person at Versailles 16 May 1770 Marie Antonie (Marie Antoinette) Archdss of Austria (Vienna 2 Nov 1755-guillotined at Paris 16 Oct 1793)

1g) Marie Thérèse Charlotte Cts de Marnes (Versailles 19 Dec 1778-Schloß Frohsdorf 19 Oct 1851); m.Mitau, Courland 10 Jun 1799 Louis (King Louis XIX), Duc d'Angouleme (below)

2g) Louis Joseph Xavier François, Dauphin de Viennois (Versailles 22 Oct 1781-Château de Meudon 4 Jun 1789)

3g) LOUIS XVII Charles, King of France [so recognized, though he never reigned] (Versailles 27 Mar 1785-Paris 8 Jun 1795)

4g) Marie Sophie Hélène Béatrice (Versailles 9 Jul 1786-Versailles 19 Jun 1787)

6f) LOUIS XVIII Stanislav Xavier, King of France, regained the throne 1814 until the return of Napoléon, and then recovered it again after Waterloo (Versailles 17 Nov 1755-Paris 16 Sep 1824); m.by proxy at Turin 21 Apr 1771 and in person at Versailles 14 May 1771 Joséphine Pss of Savoy (Turin 2 Sep 1753-Hartwell Castle 13 Nov 1810)

7f) CHARLES X Philippe, King of France, was forced to abdicate 2 Aug 1830 (Versailles 9 Oct 1757-Görz 6 Nov 1836); m.by proxy at Moncalieri 24 Oct 1773 and in person at Versailles 16 Nov 1773 (separated 1789) Maria Teresa Pss of Savoy (Turin 31 Jan 1756-Graz 2 Jun 1805)

1g) LOUIS XIX Antoine, King of France, Duc d'Angoulême, Dauphin de Viennois, he was king momentarily immediately after the abdication of his father until, moments later, he abdicated in favor of his nephew, Henri; (Versailles 6 Aug 1775-Görz 3 Jun 1844); m.Mitau, Courland 10 Jun 1799 Marie Thérèse of France (above)

2g) Sophie (Versailles 5 Aug 1776-Versailles 5 Dec 1783)

3g) Charles Ferdinand Duc de Berry (Versailles 24 Jan 1778-murdered at Paris 14 Feb 1820); m.by proxy at Naples 24 Apr 1816 and in person at Notre-Dame, Paris 17 Jun 1816 Maria Carolina Pss of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Naples 5 Nov 1798-Schloß Brunnsee 17 Apr 1870); there is an unsubstantiated rumor that the Duc de Berry married one Amy Brown, by whom he did in fact have issue not listed here

1h) Louise Isabelle (Paris 13 Jul 1817-Paris 14 Jul 1817)

2h) Louis, b.and d.Paris 13 Sep 1818

3h) Louise Marie Thérèse (Paris 21 Sep 1819-Venice 1 Feb 1864); m.Frohsdorf 10 Nov 1845 Duke Carlo III of Parma, Pr of Bourbon (Lucca 14 Jan 1823-Parma 27 Mar 1854)

4h) HENRI V Charles Ferdinand Marie Dieudonné Duc de Bordeaux, Cte de Chambord, he succeeded his uncle and grandfather on 2 Aug 1830 but fled the country 18 Aug 1830 (Tuileries 29 Sep 1820-Schloß Frohsdorf 24 Aug 1883); m.by proxy at Modena 7 Nov 1846 and in person at Bruck an der Mur 16 Nov 1846 Marie Therese Archdss of Austria, Pss of Modena (Modena 14 Jul 1817-Görz 25 Mar 1886)

4g) Marie Thérèse (Versailles 6 Jan 1783-Choisy-le-Roi 22 Jun 1783)

8f) Marie Adélaïde Clotilde (Versailles 23 Sep 1759-Naples 7 Mar 1802); m.by proxy at Versailles 21 Aug 1775 and in person at Chambéry 6 Sep 1775 King Carlo Emanuele IV of Sardinia (Turin 24 May 1751-Rome 6 Oct 1819)

9f) Elizabeth Philippine Marie Hélène (Versailles 3 May 1764-guillotined at Paris 10 May 1794)

5e) Philippe Louis, Duc d'Anjou (Versailles 30 Aug 1730-Versailles 7 Apr 1733)

6e) Marie Adélaïde (Versailles 23 Mar 1732-Trieste 27 Feb 1800)

7e) Victoire Louise Marie Thérèse (Versailles 11 May 1733-Trieste 7 Jun 1799)

8e) Sophie Philippine Élisabeth Justine (Versailles 27 Jul 1734-Versailles 3 Mar 1782)

9e) Thérèse Félicité (Versailles 16 May 1736-Fontevrault 28 Sep 1744)

10e) Louise Marie (Versailles 15 Jul 1737-St.Denis 23 Dec 1787)

2c) Philippe Duc d'Anjou, who became King Felipe V of Spain [see Spain]

.....(for intervening generations, see Spain)

2j) Jaime Luitpold Isabelino Enrique Alejandro Alberto Alfonso Victor Acacio Pedro Pablo Maria Infant of Spain, Duque de Segovia (San Ildefonso 23 Jun 1908-St.Gallen 20 Mar 1975); m.1st Rome 4 Mar 1935 (div 1947) Emanuela de Dampierre (b.Rome 8 Nov 1913); m.2d (civ) Innsbruck 3 Sep 1949 Charlotte Tiedemann (Königsberg 2 Jan 1919-Berlin 3 Jul 1979); in 1933 Don Jaime renounced his rights to the Spanish throne, but on the death of his father he became the senior legitimate heir male of the House of Capet, and thus in the opinion of some scholars de jure King of France, and he became known as Duc d'Anjou

1k) Don Alfonso Jaime Marcelino Manuel Victor Maria de Borbón y Dampierre, Duque de Cádiz, Duc d'Anjou; he was granted the style of Royal Highness in Spain in 1972; b.Rome 20 Apr 1936, k.in a skiing accident at Beaver Creek, Colorado 30 Jan 1989); m.Madrid 8 Mar 1972 (div 1982, rel annulled 1986) Maria del Carmen Martínez-Bordiu y Franco (b.Madrid 26 Feb 1951)

1l) Don Francisco Alfonso Jaime Cristobal Victor José Gonzalo Cecilio de Borbón y Martinez-Bordiu, Duc de Bourbon (Madrid 22 Nov 1972-Pamplona 7 Feb 1984)

2l) Don Luis Alfonso Gonzalo Victor Manuel Marco de Borbón y Martínez-Bordiu, Duc d'Anjou et de Bourbon, b.Madrid 25 Apr 1974; m.Caracas 5 Nov 2004 (rel) La Romana, Dominican Republic 6 Nov 2004 Maria Margarita Vargas Santaella (b.Caracas 21 Oct 1983)

1m) Eugenia (b.Miami 5 Mar 2007)

2m) Luis, Duc de Bourgogne (b.New York 28 May 2010)

3m) Alfonso, Duc de Berry (b.New York 28 May 2010)

2k) Don Gonzalo Victor Alfonso José Bonifacio Antonio Maria y Todos los Santos de Borbón y Dampierre, Duc d'Aquitaine (Rome 5 Jun 1937-Lausanne 27 May 2000); m.1st (civ) Puerto Vallarta, Mexico 28 Jan 1983 (div 1983) Maria del Carmen Harto Monteallegre (b.Vallecas, Madrid 23 Apr 1947); m.2d (civ) Madrid (rel) Olmedo nr Valladolid 30 Jun 1984 (div 1989, rel annulled 1994) Maria de las Mercedes Licer y García (b.Valencia 15 Oct 1963); m.3d (civ) Genoa 12 Dec 1992 (rel) Rome 17 Sep 1995 Emanuela Pratolongo (b.Genoa 22 Mar 1960)

1l) [by Sandra Lee Landry, and recognized by her father as legitimate] Stephanie Michelle de Borbon, b.Miami 19 Jun 1968; m.West Palm Beach 27 Jul 1995 Richard Carl McMasters (b.West Palm Beach 25 Mar 1972)

3c) Charles Duc de Berry, d'Alençon et d'Angoulême, Cte de Ponthieu (Versailles 31 Aug 1686-Marly 4 May 1714); m.Versailles 6 Jul 1710 Louise Élisabeth d'Orléans (1695-1719; below)

1d) a daughter, called Mlle de Berry, b.and d.Fontainebleau 21 Jul 1711

2d) Charles Duc d'Alençon (Versailles 26 Mar 1713-Versailles 16 Apr 1713)

3d) Marie Louise Élisabeth (Versailles 16 Jun 1714-Versailles 17 Jun 1714)

2b) Anne Élisabeth (Louvre 18 Nov 1662-Louvre 30 Dec 1662)

3b) Marie Anne (Louvre 16 Nov 1664-Louvre 26 Dec 1664)

4b) Marie Thérèse (St-Germain-en-Laye 2 Jan 1667-St-Germain-en-Laye 1 Mar 1672)

5b) Philippe Charles Duc d'Anjou (St-Germain-en-Laye 5 Aug 1668-St-Germain-en-Laye 10 Jul 1671)

6b) Louis François Duc d'Anjou (St-Germain-en-Laye 14 Jun 1672-St-Germain-en-Laye 4 Nov 1672)

7b) [by Louise Françoise de La Baume-le-Blanc, Dss de La Vallière] Marie Anne, "Mlle de Blois", legitimized 1667 and made a Pss of France and Dss de la Vallière, dit "la Grande Princesse de Conti"; (Vincennes 2 Oct 1667-Paris 3 May 1739); m.St.Germain-en-Laye 16 Jan 1680 Pr Louis Armand I de Conti (d.1685)

8b) [by Françoise Athenais de Rochechouart-Mortemart, Marquise de Montespan] Louis Auguste, Duc du Maine et d'Aumale, sovereign Prince de Dombes, legitimized 1673 (St.Germain-en-Laye 31 Mar 1670-Château de Sceaux 14 May 1736; m.Versailles 19 Mar 1692 Pss Anne Louise de Condé (1676-1753)

1c) Louis Constantine, Pr de Dombes (Versailles 27 Nov 1695-Versailles 28 Sep 1698)

2c) Louis Auguste, Duc d'Aumale, Pr de Dombes (Versailles 4 Mar 1700-Fontainebleau 1 Oct 1755)

3c) Louis Charles, Pr de Dombes, Cte d'Eu (Château de Sceaux 15 Oct 1701-Château de Sceaux 13 Jul 1775)

4c) Charles, Duc d'Aumale (Versailles 30/31 Mar 1704-Sceaux 2/3 Sep 1708)

5c) Louise Françoise, "Mlle du Maine" (Versailles 4 Dec 1707-Château d'Anet 19 Aug 1743)

9b) [by Françoise Athenais de Rochechouart-Mortemart, Marquise de Montespan] Louis César, Cte de Vexin, legitimized 1673 (Le Genitoy 20 Jun 1672-Paris 10 Jan 1683)

10b) [by Françoise Athenais de Rochechouart-Mortemart, Marquise de Montespan] Louise Françoise, legitimized 1673 (Tournai 1 Jun 1673-Paris 16 Jun 1743); m.Versailles 24 Jul 1685 Pr Louis III de Condé (d.1710)

11b) [by Françoise Athenais de Rochechouart-Mortemart, Marquise de Montespan] Françoise Marie, legitimized 1681 (Château de Maintenon 9 Feb 1677-Paris 1 Feb 1749); m.Versailles 18 Feb 1692 Duc Philippe II d'Orleans (d.1723)

12b) [by Françoise Athenais de Rochechouart-Mortemart, Marquise de Montespan] Louis Alexandre, Duc de Penthièvre et de Rambouillet, etc, legitimized 1681 (Versailles 6 Jun 1678-Rambouillet 1 Dec 1737); m.Paris 22 Feb 1723 Marie Victoire Sophie de Noailles (6 May 1688-Paris 30 Sep 1766)

1c) Louis Jean Marie, Duc de Penthièvre, de Rambouillet, d'Aumale et de Gisors, etc (Rambouillet 16 Nov 1725-Château de Bizy 4 Mar 1793); m.Versailles 29 Dec 1744 Teresa d'Este (Modena 6 Oct 1726-Paris 30 Apr 1754)

1d) Louis Marie (Versailles 2 Jan 1746-d.young)

2d) Louis Alexandre, Pr de Lamballe (Paris 6 Sep 1747-Château de Louveciennes 6 May 1768); m.by proxy at Turin 17 Jan 1767 and in person at Nangis 31 Jan 1767 Pss Maria Teresa of Savoy (Turin 8 Sep 1749-executed at Paris 3 Sep 1792)

3d) Jean Marie, Duc de Châteauvilain (Paris 17 Nov 1748-Paris 19 May 1755)

4d) Vincent Marie Louis, Cte de Guingamp (Paris 22 Jun 1750-Versailles 14 Mar 1752)

5d) Marie Louise (Paris 18 Oct 1751-Versailles 25/26 Sep 1753)

6d) Louise Marie Adélaide (Paris 13 Mar 1753-Château d'Ivry 23 Jun 1821); m.Versailles 5 Apr 1769 Duc Louis Philippe II d'Orleans (d.1793)

7d) Louis Marie Félicité (Paris 29 Apr 1754-Paris 30 Apr 1754)

2a) Philippe Duc d'Orléans (St-Germain-en-Laye 21 Sep 1640-St.Cloud 9 Jun 1701); m.1st Paris 31 Mar 1661 Henriette Anne Pss of England and Scotland (Bedford House, Exeter 16 Jun 1644-St.Cloud 30 Jun 1670); m.2d by proxy at Metz 16 Nov 1671 and in person at Châlons 21 Nov 1671 Elisabeth Charlotte Pfgfn von Simmern (Heidelberg 27 May 1652-St.Cloud 8 Dec 1722)

1b) Marie Louise (Palais Royal 27 Mar 1662-Madrid 12 Feb 1689); m.by proxy at Fontainebleau 31 Aug 1679 and in person at Quintanapalla 18 Nov 1679 King Carlos II of Spain (Madrid 6 Nov 1661-Madrid 1 Nov 1700)

2b) Philippe Charles Duc de Valois (Fontainebleau 16 Jul 1664-Palais Royal 8 Dec 1666)

3b) Anne Marie (St.Cloud 27 Aug 1669-Turin 26 Aug 1728); m.by proxy at Palais Royal 10 Apr 1684 and in person at Chambéry 6 May 1684 Vittorio Amedeo II, King of Sardinia, Duke of Savoy (Turin 14 May 1666-Moncalieri 31 Oct 1732)

4b) Alexandre Louis Duc de Valois (St.Cloud 2 Jun 1673-Palais Royal 16 Mar 1676)

5b) Philippe Duc d'Orléans, Regent of France 1715-1723 (St.Cloud 2 Aug 1674-Versailles 2 Dec 1723); m.Versailles 18 Feb 1692 Françoise Marie de Bourbon, called Mlle de Blois, legitimated daughter of King Louis XIV (Château de Maintenon 4 May 1677-Paris 1 Feb 1749)

1c) a daughter, called Mlle de Valois (Marly 17 Dec 1693-Palais Royal 17 Oct 1694)

2c) Marie Louise Élisabeth (Versailles 20 Aug 1695-Château de la Muette 21 Jul 1719); m.1st Versailles 6 Jul 1710 Charles Duc de Berry (1686-1714; above); m.2d 1716 Armand d'Aydic Cte de Rion (Versailles 1692-Paris 26 Mar 1741)

3c) Louise Adélaïde (Versailles 13 Aug 1698-Paris 19 Feb 1743)

4c) Charlotte Aglaé (Paris 22 Oct 1700-Modena 19 Jan 1761); m.by proxy at the Tuileries 12 Feb 1720 and in person at Modena 21 Jun 1720 Duke Francesco III of Modena (Modena 2 Jul 1698-Varese 22 Feb 1780)

5c) Louis Duc d'Orléans (Versailles 4 Aug 1703-Paris 4 Feb 1752); m.by proxy at Rastatt 18 Jun 1724 and in person at Sarry 13 Jul 1724 Auguste Pss of Baden-Baden (Aschaffenburg 10 Nov 1704-Palais Royal 8 Aug 1726)

1d) Louis Philippe Duc d'Orléans (Versailles 12 May 1725-Château de Sainte-Assise-en-Brie 18 Nov 1785); m.1st Versailles 17 Dec 1743 Louise Henriette de Conti (Paris 20 Jan 1726-Paris 9 Feb 1759); m.2d Paris 23 Apr 1773 Charlotte Jeanne Béraud de la Haye (Paris 4 Oct 1738-Paris 5 Feb 1806)

1e) a daughter, called Mlle de Chartres (13 Jul 1745-St.Cloud 14 Dec 1745)

2e) Louis Philippe Joseph Duc d'Orléans (St.Cloud 13 Apr 1747-guillotined at Paris 6 Nov 1793); m.Versailles 5 Apr 1769 Louise Marie Adélaïde de Bourbon-Penthièvre (Paris 13 Mar 1753-Ivry-sur-Seine 23 Jun 1821)

1f) a daughter, called Mlle de Chartres, b.and d.10 Oct 1771

2f) Louis Philippe, Duc d'Orléans, assumed the throne as LOUIS PHILIPPE, King of the French, after his distant cousin, King Charles X, was ousted in 1830; he himself was ousted during the revolutions of 1848; he was b.at the Palais Royal 6 Oct 1773 and d.at Claremont House, Surrey 26 Aug 1850; m.at Palermo 25 Nov 1809 Maria Amelia Pss of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Caserta 26 Apr 1782-Claremont House 24 Mar 1866)

1g) Ferdinand Philippe Louis Charles Henri Rosolin, Duc d'Orléans (Palermo 3 Sep 1810-Sablonville 13 Jul 1842); m.Fontainebleau 30 May 1837 Hélène Dss of Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Ludwigslust 24 Jan 1814-Richmond, Surrey 18 May 1858)

1h) Louis Philippe Albert Cte de Paris (Palais de Tuileries 24 Aug 1838-Stowe House, Bucks 8 Sep 1894); m.Kingston-on-Thames 30 May 1864 Maria Isabella Infanta of Spain (1848-1919; below)

1i) Marie Amélie Louise Hélène (York House 28 Sep 1865-Versailles 25 Oct 1951); m.Lisbon 22 May 1886 King Carlos I of Portugal (Lisbon 28 Sep 1863-Lisbon 1 Feb 1908)

2i) Louis Philippe Robert Duc d'Orléans (York House, Twickenham 6 Feb 1869-Palermo 28 Mar 1926); m.Vienna 5 Nov 1896 Maria Dorothea Archdss of Austria (Alcsút 14 Jun 1867-Alcsút 6 Apr 1932)

3i) Hélène Louise Henriette (York House 13 Jun 1871-Castellamare di Stabia 21 Jan 1951); m.1st Kingston-on-Thames 25 Jun 1895 Emanuele Filiberto Pr of Savoy, Duke of Aosta (Genoa 13 Jan 1869-Turin 4 Jul 1931); m.2d Capodimonte Oct 1936 Oddone Campini

4i) Charles (Paris 25 Jan 1875-Paris 7 Jun 1875)

5i) Isabelle Marie Laure Mercédès Ferdinande (Château d'Eu 7 May 1878-Larache, Morocco 21 Apr 1961); m.Twickenham 30 Oct 1899 Pr Jean d'Orléans, Duc de Guise (1874-1940; below)

6i) Jacques Marie Antoine Clément (Château d'Eu 5 Apr 1880-Château d'Eu 22 Jan 1881)

7i) Louise Françoise Marie Laure (Cannes 24 Feb 1882-Seville 18 Apr 1958); m.Wood Norton, Norfolk 16 Nov 1907 Carlo Pr of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Infant of Spain (Gries 10 Nov 1870-Seville 11 Nov 1949)

8i) Ferdinand François Philippe Marie Laurent Duc de Montpensier (Château d'Eu 9 Sep 1884-Château de Randan 30 Jan 1924); m.Château de Randan 20 Aug 1921 Doña Maria Isabel González de Olañeta y Ibarreta Marquesa de Valdeterrazo (Madrid 22 Apr 1895-Madrid 11 Jul 1958)

2h) Robert Philippe Louis Eugène Ferdinand, Duc de Chartres (Palais de Tuileries 9 Nov 1840-Château de St.Firmin 5 Dec 1910); m.Kingston-on-Thames, Surrey 11 Jun 1863 Françoise Pss d'Orléans (Neuilly-sur-Seine 4 Aug 1844-Château de St.Firmin 28 Oct 1925; below)

1i) Marie Amélie Françoise Hélène (Morgan House, nr Richmond, Surrey 13 Jan 1865-Copenhagen 4 Dec 1909); m.Château d'Eu 22 Oct 1885 Valdemar Pr of Denmark (Bernstorff 27 Oct 1858-Copenhagen 14 Jan 1939)

2i) Robert Louis Philippe Ferdinand François Marie (Morgan House 10 Jan 1866-Château de St.Firmin 30 May 1885)

3i) Henri Philippe Marie (Morgan House 15 Oct 1867-Saigon 9 Aug 1901)

4i) Marguerite Louise Marie Françoise (Morgan House 25 Jan 1869-Château de la Forest 31 Jan 1940); m.(civ) Paris 22 Apr 1896 (rel) Chantilly 23 Apr 1896 Marie Armand Patrice de Macmahon Duc de Magenta (Outreau 10 Jun 1855-Paris 23 Mar 1927)

5i) Jean Pierre Clément Marie, Duc de Guise; he became head of the Orléanist line upon the death of his cousin Philippe Duc d'Orléans in 1926; he was b.at Paris 4 Sep 1874 and d.at Larache, Morocco 25 Aug 1940; he m.at Twickenham 30 Oct 1899 Isabelle Pss d'Orléans (Château d'Eu 7 May 1878-Larache, Morocco 21 Apr 1961; above)

1j) Isabelle Françoise Hélène Marie (Paris 27 Nov 1900-Neuilly 12 Feb 1983); m.1st Chesnay (civ) 12 Sep 1923 (rel) 15 Sep 1923 Cte Bruno d'Harcourt (Vevey 30 Sep 1899-Casablanca 19 Apr 1930); m.2d Jouy-en-Josas 12 Jul 1934 Pr Pierre Murat (Paris 6 Apr 1900-Rabat 30 Jul 1948)

2j) Françoise Isabelle Louise Marie (Paris 25 Dec 1902-Paris 25 Feb 1953); m.Palermo 11 Feb 1929 Christopher Pr of Greece and Denmark (Pavlovsk 10 Aug 1888-Athens 21 Jan 1940)

3j) Anne Hélène Marie (Château de Nouvion-en-Thiérache 5 Aug 1906-Capo di Sorrento 19 Mar 1986); m.Naples 5 Nov 1927 Amedeo Pr of Savoy, Duke of Aosta (Turin 21 Oct 1898-Nairobi 3 Mar 1942)

4j) Henri Robert Ferdinand Marie Louis Philippe, Comte de Paris (Château Le Nouvion-en-Thiérache 5 Jul 1908-19 Jun 1999); m.Palermo 8 Apr 1931 Isabella Pss of Orléans and Braganza (Château d'Eu 13 Aug 1911-Paris 5 Jul 2003)

1k) Isabelle Marie Laura Victoire, b.Woluwé-Saint-Pierre, Belgium 8 Apr 1932; m.(civ) Louveciennes 9 Sep 1964 (rel) Dreux 10 Sep 1964 Friedrich Karl Gf von Schönborn-Buchheim (b.Schloß Schönborn 30 Mar 1938)

2k) Henri Philippe Pierre Marie, Cte de Clermont et de Mortain; on the death of his father he assumed the title Comte de Paris, and also that of "Duc de France"; b.Woluwe-Saint-Pierre 14 Jun 1933; m.1st Dreux 5 Jul 1957 (div 1984) Marie-Therese Dss of Württemberg, cr 1984 Dss de Montpensier (b.Altshausen 12 Nov 1934); m.2d Bordeaux 31 Oct 1984 (rel) Arcangues 26 Sep 2009 Micaela Cousiño, cr Pss de Joinville (b.Vichy 30 Apr 1938)

1l) Marie Isabelle Marguerite Anne Geneviève, b.Boulogne-sur-Seine 3 Jan 1959; m.(civ) Dreux 22 Jul 1989 (rel) Friedrichshafen 29 Jul 1989 Gundakar Pr von und zu Liechtenstein (b.Vienna 1 Apr 1949)

2l) François Henri Louis Marie, Cte de Clermont, b.Boulogne-sur-Seine 7 Feb 1961

3l) Blanche Elisabeth Rose Marie, b.Ravensburg 10 Sep 1962

4l) Jean Charles Pierre Marie, Duc de Vendôme, "Dauphin de Viennois", b.Boulogne-sur-Seine 19 May 1965; m.(civ) Paris 19 Mar 2009 (rel) Senlis 2 May 2009 Philomena de Tornos y Steinhart (b.Vienna 19 Jun 1977)

1m) Gaston Louis Antoine Marie (b.Paris 19 Nov 2009)

5l) Eudes Thibaut Joseph Marie, Duc d'Angoulême, b.Paris 18 Mar 1968; m.(civ) Dreux 19 Jun 1999 (rel) Antrain 10 Jul 1999 Marie-Liesse de Rohan-Chabot (b.Paris 29 Jun 1969)

1m) Thérèse Isabelle Marie Eléonore (b.Cannes 23 Apr 2001)

2m) Pierre Jean Marie (b.Cannes 6 Aug 2003)

3k) Hélène Astrid Léopoldine Marie, b.Woluwé-Saint-Pierre 17 Sep 1934; m.(civ) Louveciennes 16 Jan 1957 (rel) Dreux 17 Jan 1957 Evrard Gf von Limburg-Stirum (Huldenberg, Brabant 31 Oct 1927-Brussels 5 Mar 2001)

4k) François Gaston Michel Marie, cr posthumously Duc d'Orléans (Manoir d'Anjou 15 Aug 1935-k.a.Taourirt, Algeria 11 Oct 1960)

5k) Anne Marguerite Brigitta Marie, b.Woluwé-Saint-Pierre 4 Dec 1938; m.(civ) Louveciennes 11 May 1965 (rel) Dreux 12 May 1965 Carlos Pr of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Infant of Spain (b.Lausanne 16 Jan 1938)

6k) Diane Françoise Maria da Glória, b.Petrópolis 24 Mar 1940; m.Altshausen (civ) 18 Jul 1960 (rel) 21 Jul 1960 Carl, Duke of Württemberg (b.Friedrichshafen 1 Aug 1936)

7k) Michel Joseph Benoît Marie, Cte d'Evreux, b.Rabat, Morocco 25 Jun 1941; m.(civ) Casablanca 17 Nov 1967 (rel) Ain-Dieb, nr Casablanca 18 Nov 1967 Béatrice Pasquier de Franclieu (b.Neuilly-sur-Seine 24 Oct 1941)

1l) Clothilde Jacqueline Charlotte Marie, b.Casablanca 4 Dec 1968; m.Neuilly-sur-Seine 26 Jun 1993 (rel) Villamanrique de la Condesa 18 Sep 1993 Edouard Crépy (b.Croix 19 Jan 1969)

2l) Adélaïde Jeanne Marie, b.Paris 11 Sep 1971; m.Fontainebleau 27 Apr 2002 (rel) Villamanrique de la Condessa, Seville 1 Jun 2002 Pierre-Louis Dailly (b.Neuilly 28 May 1968)

3l) Charles-Philippe Marie Louis, b.Paris 3 Mar 1973; m.Evora 21 Jun 2008 Diana Alvares Pereira de Melo, Duquesa de Cadaval (b.Geneva 24 Jul 1978)

4l) François Karl Friedrich Bruno Marie, b.Madrid 10 Feb 1982

8k) Jacques Jean Jaroslav Marie, Duc d'Orléans, b.Rabat 25 Jun 1941; m.Ansouis (Vaucluse) (civ) 2 Aug 1969 (rel) 3 Aug 1969 Gersende de Sabran-Pontevès (b.Ansouis 29 Jul 1942)

1l) Diane Marie Thérèse Agathe Hélène Isabelle Laure Rosalyne, b.Neuilly-sur-Seine 24 Jun 1970; m.Paris 6 Sep 2004 Vcte Alexis de Noailles (b.Paris 5 Sep 1952)

2l) Charles-Louis Henri Foulques Benoït Elzéar Jean Marie, Duc de Chartres, b.Neuilly-sur-Seine 11 Jul 1972; m.(civ) Paris 21 Jun 1997 (rel) Skiatos, Greece 28 Jun 1997 Illéana Manos (b.Athens 22 Sep 1970)

1m) Philippe Jacques Nicolas, b.Buenos Aires 3 Nov 1998

2m) Louise Marie Isabelle, b.Paris 6 Dec 1999

3m) Hélène Sybille Irène, b.Paris 24 Jan 2001

4m) Constantin Foulques Alexandre, b.Paris 15 Feb 2003

5m) Isabelle Roxane Christine, b.Paris 12 May 2005

3l) Foulques Thibaut Robert Jacques Géraud Jean Marie, Duc d'Aumale, Cte d'Eu, b.Paris 9 Jul 1974

9k) Claude Marie Agnès Cathérine, b.Larache, Morocco 11 Dec 1943; m.1st Sintra, Portugal 22 Jul 1964 (div 1982, rel annulled 1987) Amedeo Pr of Savoy, Duke of Aosta (b.Florence 27 Sep 1943); m.2d Port-au-Prince 27 Apr 1982 (div 1996) Arnaldo La Cagnina (b.Rome 26 Jun 1929); m.nr Milan 14 Jun 2006 Enrico Gandolfi (b.Milan 2 Oct 1941)

10k) Jeanne Chantal Alice Clothilde Marie, b.Pamplona 9 Jan 1946; m.Dreux 28 Jul 1972 François Xavier de Sambucy de Sorgue (b.Montmajour 20 Aug 1943)

11k) Thibaut Louis Denis Humbert Marie, Cte de la Marche (Sintra, Portugal 20 Jan 1948-Bamingui, Central Africa 23 Mar 1983); m.(morganatically, according to Orléanist house law) Edinburgh 23 Sep 1972 Marion Gordon-Orr (b.Santiago, Chile 4 Sep 1942)

1l) Robert Benoît Paul Henri James Marie, Cte de la Marche, b.Edinburgh 6 Sep 1976

2l) Louis-Philippe Albert François Marie (Edinburgh 18 Apr 1979-Thoiry [Mantes?] 2 Jan 1980)

2g) Louise Marie Thérèse Charlotte Isabelle (Palermo 3 Apr 1812-Ostende 11 Oct 1850); m.Compiègne 9 Aug 1832 King Léopold I of the Belgians (Coburg 16 Dec 1790-Laeken 10 Dec 1865)

3g) Marie Christine Caroline Adélaïde Françoise Léopoldine (Palermo 12 Apr 1813-Palazzo Vitelli, Pisa 2 Jan 1839); m.Palais de Trianon, Versailles 17 Oct 1837 Alexander, Duke of Württemberg (Riga 20 Dec 1804-Bayreuth 28 Oct 1881)

4g) Louis Charles Philippe Raphael, Duc de Nemours (Palais Royal 25 Oct 1814-Versailles 26 Jun 1896); m.St.Cloud 27 Apr 1840 Viktoria Pss of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (Vienna 16 Feb 1822-Claremont House, Surrey 10 Nov 1857)

1h) Louis Philippe Marie Ferdinand Gaston, Cte d'Eu (Neuilly-sur-Seine 28 Apr 1842-d.at sea 28 Aug 1922); m.Rio de Janeiro 15 Oct 1864 Isabel, Pss Imperial of Brazil (Rio de Janeiro 29 Jun 1846-Château d'Eu 14 Nov 1921); for the issue of this marriage see Brazil

2h) Ferdinand Philippe Marie Duc d'Alençon (Neuilly-sur-Seine 12 Jul 1844-Belmont, Wimbledon 29 Jun 1910); m.Possenhofen 28 Sep 1868 Sophie Dss in Bavaria (Possenhofen 22 Feb 1847-Paris 4 May 1897)

1i) Louise Victoire Marie Amélie Sophie (Bushy House, Teddington 9 Jul 1869-Munich 4 Feb 1952); m.Schloß Nymphenburg 15 Apr 1891 Alfons Pr of Bavaria (Munich 24 Jan 1862-Munich 8 Jan 1933)

2i) Philippe Emmanuel Maximilien Marie Eudes Duc de Vendôme (Villa Azwang, Obermais 18 Jan 1872-Cannes 1 Feb 1931); m.Brussels 12 Feb 1896 Henriette Pss of Belgium (Brussels 30 Nov 1870-Sierre, Valais, Switzerland 28 Mar 1948)

1j) Marie Louise Ferdinande Charlotte Henriette (Neuilly-sur-Seine 31 Dec 1896-New York 8 Mar 1973); m.1st Neuilly-sur-Seine 12 Jan 1916 (div 1925, rel annulled 1926) Filippo Pr of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Cannes 10 Dec 1885-St.John's, New Brunswick 9 Mar 1949); m.2d Chichester 12 Dec 1928 Walter Kingsland (New York 23 Apr 1888-New York 20 Jul 1961)

2j) Sophie Joséphine Louise Marie Immaculée (Neuilly-sur-Seine 19 Oct 1898-Château de Tourron 9 Oct 1928)

3j) Geneviève Marie Jeanne Françoise Chantal Monique Louise Alberte Joséphine Gabrielle Emmanuelle Henriette (Neuilly-sur-Seine 21 Sep 1901-Rio de Janeiro 22 Aug 1983); m.Neuilly-sur-Seine 2 Jul 1923 Antoine Marquis de Chaponay (Paris 30 Jan 1893-Rabat 9 Sep 1956)

4j) Charles Philippe Emmanuel Ferdinand Louis Gérard Joseph Marie Ghislain Baudoin Christophe Raphaél Antoine Expédit Henri Duc de Nemours, de Vendôme et d'Alençon (Neuilly-sur-Seine 4 Apr 1905-Neuilly-sur-Seine 10 Mar 1970); m.Paris 24 Sep 1928 Margaret Watson (Richmond, Virginia 22 Feb 1899-Bayonne 27 Dec 1993)

3h) Marguerite Adélaide Marie (Pavillon Marsan, Palais de Tuileries 16 Feb 1846-Paris 25 Oct 1893); m.Chantilly 15 Jan 1872 Pr Wladislaw Czartoryski (Warsaw 3 Jul 1828-Boulogne-sur-Mer 23 Jun 1894)

4h) Blanche Marie Amélie Caroline Louise Victoire (Claremont House 28 Oct 1857-Paris 4 Feb 1932)

5g) Françoise Louise Caroline (Twickenham 28 Mar 1816-Neuilly-sur-Seine 20 May 1818)

6g) Marie Clémentine Léopoldine Clotilde (Neuilly-sur-Seine 3 Jun 1817-Vienna 16 Feb 1907); m.St.Cloud 20 Apr 1843 August Pr of Saxe-Coburg-Gotha (Vienna 13 Jun 1818-Schloß Ebenthal 26 Jul 1881)

7g) François Ferdinand Philippe Louis Marie Pr de Joinville (Neuilly-sur-Seine 14 Aug 1818-Paris 16 Jun 1900); m.Rio de Janeiro 1 May 1843 Francisca Pss of Brazil (Rio de Janeiro 2 Aug 1824-Paris 27 Mar 1898)

1h) Françoise Marie Amélie (Neuilly-sur-Seine 4 Aug 1844-Château de St.Firmin 28 Oct 1925); m.Kingston-on-Thames 11 Jun 1863 Robert Duc de Chartres (1840-1910; above)

2h) Pierre Philippe Jean Marie Duc de Penthièvre (St.Cloud 4 Nov 1845-Paris 17 Jul 1919)

8g) Charles Ferdinand Philippe Emmanuel Duc de Penthièvre (Palais Royal 1 Jan 1820-Neuilly-sur-Seine 25 Jul 1828)

9g) Henri Eugène Philippe Emmanuel Duc d'Aumale (Palais Royal 16 Jan 1822-Zucco, nr Palermo 7 May 1897); m.Naples 25 Nov 1844 Maria Carolina Pss of Bourbon-Two Sicilies (Vienna 26 Apr 1822-Twickenham 6 Dec 1869)

1h) Louis Philippe Marie Léopold Pr de Condé (St.Cloud 15 Nov 1845-Sydney 24 May 1866)

2h) Henri Léopold Philippe Marie Duc de Guise (St.Cloud 11 Sep 1847-St.Cloud 10 Oct 1847)

3h) François Paul Duc de Guis (Palermo 11 Jan 1852-Twickenham 15 Apr 1852)

4h) François Louis Philippe Marie Duc de Guise (Twickenham 5 Jan 1854-Paris 25 Jul 1872)

10g) Antoine Marie Philippe Louis, Duc de Montpensier, cr Infant of Spain 1859 (Neuilly-sur-Seine 31 Jul 1824-Sanlúcar de Barrameda 4 Feb 1890); m.Madrid 10 Oct 1846 Luisa Infanta of Spain (Madrid 30 Jan 1832-Seville 2 Feb 1897); their children were Infants of Spain, and are included in the article Spain

3f) Antoine Philippe Duc de Montpensier (Palais Royal 3 Jul 1775-Salt Hill, nr Windsor 18 May 1807)

4f) a daughter, called Mlle de Chartres (Palais Royal 23 Aug 1777-6 Feb 1782)

5f) Eugénie Adélaïde Louise (Palais Royal 23 Aug 1777-Palais de Tuileries 31 Dec 1847)[?; m.N Baron Athelin?]

6f) Louis Charles Alphonse Léodegar Cte de Beaujolais (Paris 7 Oct 1779-Valletta, Malta 30 May 1808)

3e) Louise Marie Thérèse Bathilde (St.Cloud 9 Jul 1750-Paris 10 Jan 1822); m.Versailles 24 Apr 1770 Louis Henri Joseph Duc de Bourbon, Pr de Condé (Paris 13 Apr 1756-Château de St-Leu 27 Aug 1830)

2d) Louise Madeleine (Palais Royal 5 Aug 1726-St.Cloud 11 Aug 1726 [or, 14 May 1728])

6c) Louise Elisabeth (Versailles 11 Dec 1709-Palais de Luxembourg 16 Jun 1742); m.Lerma 20 Jan 1722 King Luis I of Spain (Madrid 25 Aug 1707-Madrid 31 Aug 1724)

7c) Philippine Élisabeth (Versailles 18 Dec 1714-Bagnolet 21 May 1734)

8c) Louise Diane (Paris 28 Jun 1716-Château de Issy 26 Sep 1736); m.Versailles 22 Jan 1732 Louis François Pr de Conti (Paris 13 Aug 1717-Paris 2 Aug 1776)

6b) Élisabeth Charlotte (St.Cloud 13 Sep 1676-Commercy 23 Dec 1744); m.Fontainebleau 23 Oct 1698 Leopold Joseph Charles Duke of Lorraine (Innsbruck 11 Sep 1679-Lunéville 27 Mar 1729)

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