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  1. Charles de Bourbon was a French prince du sang and military commander during the struggles over religion and the throne in late 16th century France. A first cousin of King Henry IV of France, he was the son of the Huguenot leader Louis I de Bourbon, prince de Condé and his second wife, Françoise d'Orléans-Longueville. He gave his name to the Hôtel de Soissons after his title Count of Soissons.

  2. 1350–1367 Guy II, also Count of Blois, brother of the previous. After the Battle of Poitiers, Louis III sold the County of Soissons to Engeurrand VII in order to ransom his brother Guy. Coucy. 1367–1397 Enguerrand VII, Lord of Coucy; 1397–1405 Marie de Coucy; Dukes of Orléans. 1404–1407 Louis; 1407–1412 Charles (died 1465)

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  4. The Count of Soissons (French: comte de Soissons) was a member of the French court when the country was still a monarchy. They held the rank of Prince of the blood and as a result entitled to the style of Serene Highness but this was used in writing only. The Counts were the owners of the one time famous Hôtel de Soissons in Paris.

  5. Carlos de Borbón-Soissons (Nogent-le-Rotrou, 3 de noviembre de 1566 - Blandy, 1 de noviembre de 1612), fue conde de Soissons y príncipe de Francia Índice 1 Vida