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  1. Marie Joseph Anatole Élie de Riquet et de Caraman, 19th Prince de Chimay (4 July 1858 – 25 July 1937), known as Joseph de Caraman-Chimay, the younger, was a Belgian aristocrat and fencer. He was titled " Prince de Chimay " from 1892 until his death in 1937.

    • Marie Joseph Anatole Élie de Riquet
    • Fencing
    • 4 July 1858, Paris, France
  2. Marie-Joseph-Guy-Henry-Philippe de Riquet de Caraman, 18th Prince de Chimay (9 October 1836 – 29 March 1892), was a Belgian diplomat and politician.

    • Alphonse de Moreau
    • 29 March 1892 (aged 55), Brussels, Belgium
    • Henri de Mérode-Westerloo
    • Catholic Party
  3. Joseph de Riquet de Caraman, 17th Prince de Chimay (20 August 1808, Paris – 12 March 1886, London) was a Belgian diplomat and industrialist.

  4. 8 de nov. de 2020 · François-Joseph-Philippe de Riquet, comte de Caraman was the 16th Prince de Chimay from 24 July 1804 to 1843. Born in Paris, he emigrated during the French Revolution, came back during the First French Empire, and received the title of chef de cohorte from Napoleon.

    • Paris, Île-de-France
    • Teresa Cabarrús, Madame Tallien
    • Île-de-France
    • September 21, 1771
  5. 9 de abr. de 2020 · Marie-Joseph-Guy-Henry-Philippe de Riquet de Caraman, 18th Prince de Chimay, was a Belgian diplomat and politician. He was notable as governor of the province of Hainaut (1870-1878) and Foreign Minister (1884-1892).

  6. Photograph of a full length portrait of Joseph de Riquet de Caraman, Prince of Chimay, standing, facing towards the camera. He looks to the right. He wears a caped jacket and holds a top hat and gloves in his left hand.

  7. Prince of Chimay (Joseph, Prince de Caraman-Chimay, Joseph de Riquet de Caraman, 18861892)