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  1. 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 a memoirist.

  2. Charles de Valois, duke d’Angoulême was an 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.

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  3. Charles de Valois-Angoulême, duc d'Angoulême (Château du Fayet, 28 avril 1573 - Paris, 24 septembre 1650) était le fils naturel du roi Charles IX et de sa maîtresse Marie Touchet. Il devint le favori de son oncle, le roi Henri III .

  4. In 1371 it became a fief of the Duke of Berry, before passing to Louis I, Duke of Orleans, both of whom were cadets of the French royal family. From then on it was held by cadets of the Valois House of Orleans, until Francis, Count of Angoulême, became King of France in 1515.

  5. 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, [1] [2] a title previously held by his surviving brother Henry, who had succeeded Francis as Dauphin and would later ...

  6. Charles de Valois Angoulême, comte d'Auvergne, duc d' (shärl də välwä´ kôNt dōvĕrn´yə dük däNgōōlĕm´), 1573–1650, illegitimate son of King Charles IX of France. He turned against King Henry IV, conspired with Henriette d'Entragues, his half-sister, and was imprisoned until 1616.

  7. 1 de ene. de 2021 · Charles d’Orléans, Count d’Angoulême (born in 1459 and died on the 1st of January 1496) was a member of the French Valois-Orléans-Angoulême branch of the royal House of Valois.