- Francis IV of Beauharnais
Francis IV of Beauharnais (1600,
Orléans- 1681, Orléans), squire, sieur of la Grillère (at Vouzon, Loir-et-Cher) and sieur de la Boische, was a French nobleman. His father was Jean de Beauharnais (1606-1661), maître d'Hôtel ordinaire du roiand one of the seven children of Anne Brachet and her husband Francis II of Beauharnais. His mother was Marie Mallet, and he had 2 siblings.
In 1663 he married Marguerite Françoise Pivart de Chastullé - among their 14 children was the politician
Claude de Beauharnais (1680-1738).
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