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  1. For the third son of King Francis I of France, see Charles II de Valois, Duke of Orléans. Charles de Valois, drawing by Daniel Dumonstier. Charles de Valois (28 April 1573 – 24 September 1650) was an illegitimate son of Charles IX of France and Marie Touchet. He was count of Auvergne, duke of Angoulême, and memoirist .

    • Charlotte de Montmorency, ​ ​(m. 1591⁠–⁠1636)​, Françoise de Narbonne, ​ ​(m. 1644⁠–⁠1650)​
    • Henri de Valois, Louis-Emmanuel d'Angoulême, François de Valois
  2. 24/04/2022 · Charles de Valois, duke d’Angoulême, (born April 28, 1573, Fayet, France—died Sept. 24, 1650, Paris), illegitimate son of King Charles IX of France and Marie Touchet, chiefly remembered for his intrigues against King Henry IV and for his later military exploits, particularly as commander at the siege of La Rochelle in 1627.

  3. 23/05/2018 · Charles d'Angoulême, Duke of Orléans (January 22, 1522 – September 9, 1545) was the third son of King Francis I of France and Claude of France, daughter of Louis XII of France. Duke of Orléans. Upon the death of Francis, Dauphin of France (Francis I's eldest son) in 1536, Charles became Duc d'Orléans, a titled he received from his brother Henri, ...

    • Île-de-France
    • херцог д'Орлеан, неженен, умрял без деца
    • January 22, 1522
  4. 28/11/2019 · Charles de Valois (20 April 1573 – 24 September 1650) was the Duke of Angoulême and the natural son of Charles IX of France and Marie Touchet; born at the Château de Fayet in Dauphiné. His father, dying in the following year, commended him to the care and favour of his younger brother and successor, Henry III, who faithfully fulfilled the charge.[1]

    • Rhone-Alpes
    • Private User
    • April 28, 1573
    • September 24, 1650
  5. Charles de Valois (20 April 1573 – 24 September 1650) was the Duke of Angoulême and the natural son of Charles IX of France and Marie Touchet; born at the Château de Fayet in Dauphiné. His father, dying in the following year, commended him to the care and favour of his younger brother and successor, Henry III, who faithfully fulfilled the charge. His mother married François de Balzac ...

    • Natural Causes
    • 1650
    • 1573
    • France
  6. Duke of Orléans. Drawing by unknown artist. From his birth until the death of his oldest brother Francis, Dauphin of France (Francis I's eldest son), in 1536, Charles was known as the Duke of Angoulême. After his brother's death, he became Duke of Orléans, a titled previously held by his surviving brother Henry, who had succeeded Francis as Dauphin ...