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A light industrial town situated by the banks of the Seine some 11 miles 18 km south of Rouen at the junction of the D7, D321 and the D313 roads. The communes territory is largely residential to the north but the southern section is covered by th ...


Duke of Estouteville

Duke of Estouteville was a title in the French nobility that is claimed today by the Prince of Monaco. It was created in 1537 by king Francis I of France for Adrienne dEstouteville 1512-1560 and her husband, Francis de Bourbon, count of Saint-Pol ...


Duke of Fronsac

Duke of Fronsac was a title of French nobility, first created by promoting the seigneurie of Fronsac to a duchy in 1608, but the title became extinct a few decades later. This title was revived for Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu, better know ...


Sancho III Mitarra of Gascony

Sancho III, called Mitarra, Menditarra, was the Duke of Gascony in a very obscure period of its history between 864 and 893. He was probably duke from 872 to 887. He is shrouded in mystery and legend, but is regarded as a great fighter of the Rec ...


Duke of Lauzun

The title of Duc de Lauzun was a French peerage created in 1692 for Antoine Nompar de Caumont under influence of Mary of Modena. All dukes were marshals of France or renowned generals.



Charivius was the Frankish Duke of Maine in the early eighth century. His father was Chrotgar, Duke of Maine, son or grandson of Chrodbert, count Palatine of Cholthar III, and so brother of Lambert, Count of Hesbaye. In 723 he seized the revenues ...


Duke of Mouchy

The founder of the branch, Philippe de Noailles 1715–1794, comte de Noailles, afterwards duc de Mouchy, was a younger brother of Louis, 4th duc de Noailles, and a more distinguished soldier than his brother. He served at Minden and in other campa ...


Duke of Richelieu

Duke of Richelieu was a title of French nobility. It was created on 26 November 1629 for Armand Jean du Plessis de Richelieu who, as a Roman Catholic clergyman, had no issue to pass it down to. It instead passed to his great-nephew, Armand Jean d ...


Duke of Saint-Simon

Duke of Saint-Simon was a noble title in the peerage of France. The name comes from the restaurants that followed a noble house Rouvroy, the Lord of Saint-Simon, Aisne. Big family belonged to the higher nobility and the Duchy passed from father t ...


Duchesses of Valentinois


Princes of Grubenhagen


Dukes of Mecklenburg-Gustrow


Dukes of Mecklenburg-Stargard


Duke of Galliera

Duke of Galliera is an Italian noble title that has been created several times for members of different families. The name of the title refers to the comune of Galliera, which is located in the Province of Bologna in Emilia–Romagna.


Duchesses of Gandia


Hereditary Princes of Parma


Dukes of Cantabria


Duke of the Infantado

Duke of the Infantado is a Spanish peerage title that was granted to Diego Hurtado de Mendoza y Figueroa, son of Iñigo Lopez de Mendoza, 1st Marquis of Santillana, by the Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile, on 22 ...


Duchess of Palma de Mallorca

Duchess of Palma de Mallorca was a substantive title granted by King Juan Carlos I of Spain on 26 September 1997 to his younger daughter, Infanta Cristina of Spain, on the occasion of her forthcoming marriage to Iñaki Urdangarin. On 11 June 2015, ...


Grand Crosses of the Order of Liberty


Grand Officers of the Order of Prince Henry


Commanders of the Order of Prince Henry


Officers of the Order of Prince Henry


Grand Officers of the Order of the Tower and Sword


Commanders of the Order of the Tower and Sword


Officers of the Order of the Tower and Sword


Knights of the Order of the Tower and Sword


Lords of Coucy

The Lords of Coucy, also spelt Couci, were a medieval lordship based on the barony of Coucy-le-Chateau-Auffrique, in Picardy. The chateau de Coucy was founded by Herve, archbishop of Rheims, and remained under the fluctuating control of these arc ...


De la Rochejacquelein

Vergier de La Rochejacquelein is the name of an ancient French family of the Vendee, celebrated for its devotion to the House of Bourbon during and after the French Revolution. Its original name was Duverger, derived from a fief near Bressuire in ...


Marquis of Molina

Marquis of Molina is a Castilian noble title that the Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor granted to the heirs to the Marquis of Los Velez. The title was given to Luis Fajardo, 2nd Marquis of los Velez. For centuries "Marquis de Molina" was the courtes ...


Marquess of Santa Cruz

Marquess of Santa Cruz de Aguirre. Marquess of Santa Cruz del Viso. Marquess of Santa Cruz de Ribaduya. Marquess of Santa Cruz de Mudela, suppressed by Alvaro de Bazan. Marquess of Santa Cruz de Marcenado.


Marquesses of Dorchester


Marquesses of Dorset


Marquesses of Halifax


Marquesses of Hertford (1641)


Marquesses of Powis


Marquesses of Winchester


Marquesses of Worcester


Marquesses of Abercorn


Marquesses of Buckingham


Marquesses Cornwallis


Marquesses Grey


Marquesses of Hertford (1793)


Marquesses of Rockingham


Marquesses of Salisbury


Marquesses of Stafford


Marquesses of Abergavenny


Marquesses of Ailesbury


Marquesses of Ailsa


Marquesses of Anglesey

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