Duke of Noailles


Duke of Noailles
Coat of arms of the counts and dukes of Noailles (gules, a bend or).

The title of Duke of Noailles was a French peerage created in 1663 for Anne of Noailles, count of Ayen.

The second, third and fourth dukes were all marshals of France. The family were made Grandees of Spain in 1711, and the third, fifth and sixth dukes were Knights of the Golden Fleece.

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Dukes of Noailles (1663)

No. From To Portrait Duke of Noailles Notes
1 1663 1678 Noailles, Anne cropped.jpg Anne Also count of Ayen
2 1678 1708 Noailles Grenoble.jpg Anne Jules Also marshal of France
3 1708 1766 Adrien-Maurice cropped.jpg Adrian Maurice Also marshal of France; married Françoise Charlotte
d'Aubigné
, niece of Madame de Maintenon.
4 1766 1793 Noailles, Louis de.jpg Louis Also marshal of France
5 1793 1824 John Louis
6 1824 1885 Noailles, Paul de.jpg Paul
7 1885 1895 Jules Charles
8 1895 1953 Adrian Maurice
9 1953 2009 Francis Agenor
10 2009 Present Hélie Marie Auguste Jacques Bertrand Philippe

Other notable family members

See also the cadet branch, the ducs de Mouchy.

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