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  1. Portrait of Louis, Duke of Joyeuse, 17th century Louis de Lorraine, Duke of Joyeuse (11 January 1622 – 27 September 1654, Paris) was a younger son of Charles, Duke of Guise and Henriette Catherine de Joyeuse. [1] Contents 1 Life 2 References 3 Sources 4 Further reading Life [ edit]

  2. Louis de Melun, Duke of Joyeuse (October 1694 – 31 July 1724) was a French noble man. He was the Prince of Epinoy , Baron then Duke of Joyeuse (1714) and Peer of France , Baron of Cysoing , Antoing and Wiers, Earl of Saint-Pol, Viscount of Gand, châtelain de Bapaume, Lord of Villemareuil, of Vaucourtois and of Saint-Jean-les-Deux-Jumeaux.

    • 31 July 1724 (aged 29–30)
    • Melun
    • Louis de Melun
    • October 1694, Paris, France
  3. Louis de Melun, duque de Joyeuse (octubre de 1694 - 31 de julio de 1724) fue un noble francés. Fue el Príncipe de Epinoy, Barón y luego Duque de Joyeuse (1714) y Par de Francia, Barón de Cysoing, Antoing y Wiers, Conde de Saint-Pol, Vizconde de Gand, Châtelain de Bapaume, Señor de Villemareuil, de Vaucourtois y de Saint-Jean-les-Deux-Jumeaux.

  4. Louis de Melun, Duke of Joyeuse (October 1694 – 31 July 1724) was a French noble man. He was the Prince of Epinoy , Baron then Duke of Joyeuse (1714) and Peer of France , Baron of Cysoing , Antoing and Wiers, Earl of Saint-Pol, Viscount of Gand, châtelain de Bapaume, Lord of Villemareuil, of Vaucourtois and of Saint-Jean-les-Deux-Jumeaux.

  5. Louis de Melun Duke of Joyeuse (October 1694 – 31 July 1724) was a French noble man. He was the Prince of Epinoy Baron then Duke of Joyeuse (1714) and Peer of France Baron of Cysoing Antoing and Wiers Earl of Saint-Pol Viscount of Gand châtelain de Bapaume Lord of Villemareuil of Vaucourtois and of Saint-Jean-les-Deux-Jumeaux.

  6. House of Guise[edit] 1647-1654 : Louis de Lorraine(1622 † 1654), son of Henriette Catherine de Joyeuse. married Marie Françoise de Valois, duchesse d'Angoulême, daughter of Louis Emmanuel, Duke of Angoulême, who succeeded her father in 1653. 1654-1671 : Louis Joseph de Lorraine(1650 † 1671), Duke of Guiseand Joyeuse, son of the above.

  7. 02/12/2009 · Louis de Melun, Duke of Joyeuse (October 1694 – 31 July 1724) was a French noble man. He was the Prince of Epinoy , Baron then Duke of Joyeuse (1714) and Peer of France , Baron of Cysoing , Antoing and Wiers, Earl of Saint-Pol, Viscount of Gand, châtelain de Bapaume, Lord of Villemareuil, of Vaucourtois and of Saint-Jean-les-Deux-Jumeaux.