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Louise Marie de Montmorency

Also Known As: "Louise Montmorency"
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Birthplace: Paris, Île-de-France, France
Death: Died in Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France
Place of Burial: France
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Daughter of Guillaume, baron de Montmorency and Anne Pot, comtesse de Saint Pol
Wife of Ferri II de Mailly, seigneur de Sailly and Gaspard I, comte de Coligny
Mother of Jean de Mailly; Louise de Mailly; Madeleine de Mailly; Beatrice de Coligny; Odet de Coligny, Cardinal de Chatillon and 3 others
Sister of Anne I, duc de Montmorency; Anne de Montmorency; Jean de Montmorency, seigneur d'Ecouen and François de Montmorency

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About Louise Marie de Montmorency

Louise de Montmorency

Louise de Montmorency (1496–1547) was a French noblewoman from the ancient House of Montmorency.

She was the younger sister of Anne de Montmorency, Constable of France, and the mother of Gaspard de Coligny, Admiral of France.


Louise married her first husband, Ferri de Mailly, in 1511.[1] This marriage produced a daughter, Madeleine de Mailly. Ferry died in 1513, and Louise remarried in 1514 to Gaspard I de Coligny. From her second marriage she had three sons, all of whom played important roles in the first period of the French Wars of Religion: Odet, Cardinal de Châtillon; Gaspard, the Admiral; and François, Seigneur d'Andelot.


She had considerable patronage power independently of her husband,[2][3] and had an important role in spreading the influence of Calvinism in France in the 16th Century.[4]

Notes

  • 1.^ [1]
  • 2.^ "The patronage power of early modern French noblewomen" by Sharon Kettering. The Historical Journal, Vol. 32, No. 4 (Dec., 1989), pp. 817-841 JSTOR
  • 3.^ "The Montmorencys and the Abbey of Sainte Trinité, Caen: Politics, Profit and Reform" by Joan Davies The Journal of Ecclesiastical History (2002), 53 : 665-685 doi:10.1017/S002204690200427X
  • 4.^ "The Development of Protestantism in 16th Century France" by Graham Noble; History Review, 2002 Questia link

From: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louise_de_Montmorency

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  • Louise de Montmorency1
  • F, #81539, b. circa 1485, d. 22 June 1541
  • Father William de Montmorency, Baron de Montmorency, d'Ecouen, Chantilly, & Damville1 d. 24 May 1531
  • Mother Anne Pot2 d. 24 Feb 1510
  • Louise de Montmorency was born circa 1485 at France.3 She married Ferry II de Mailly, Seigneur de Conty, son of Adrien de Mailly and Jeanne de Berghes, circa 1504.3 A contract for the marriage of Louise de Montmorency and Gaspard I, Seigneur de Coligny, d'Andelot, & Chatillon sur Loing was signed on 1 December 1514.1 Louise de Montmorency married Gaspard I, Seigneur de Coligny, d'Andelot, & Chatillon sur Loing, son of Jean III, Seigneur de Coligny & Chatillon sur Loing and Eleonore de Courcelles, on 6 December 1514.1 Louise de Montmorency died on 22 June 1541 at Paris, Ile-de-France, France; Buried at Chatillon sur Loing.1,2
  • Family 1 Ferry II de Mailly, Seigneur de Conty b. c 1478, d. 1512
  • Child
    • Madeleine de Mailly+3 b. c 1507, d. c 1570
  • Family 2 Gaspard I, Seigneur de Coligny, d'Andelot, & Chatillon sur Loing d. 24 Aug 1522
  • Child
    • Gaspard II, Comte de Coligny, Admiral of France+1 b. 16 Feb 1517, d. 24 Aug 1572
  • Citations
  • [S11569] Europaische Stammtafeln, by Wilhelm Karl, Prinz zu Isenburg, Vol. XIV, Tafel 61.
  • [S11569] Europaische Stammtafeln, by Wilhelm Karl, Prinz zu Isenburg, Vol. XIV, Tafel 130.
  • [S59] GeneaNet, Gérard DuPond de la Marteloye de Cercamp site.
  • From: http://our-royal-titled-noble-and-commoner-ancestors.com/p2714.htm#i81539

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  • Littell's Living Age, Volume 188 edited by Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=IC7WAAAAMAAJ&pg=PA580&lpg=PA580&dq=louise+montmorency+1550+mailly&source=bl&ots=WCEVwdIDT4&sig=JpSE0IXn51Seo6IWWMRJFGzxeak&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CB0Q6AEwADgKahUKEwjn_sf2mMDHAhUJMIgKHSfhCoI#v=onepage&q=louise%20montmorency%201550%20mailly&f=false
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  • .... Jacques II. was killed by the side of Bayard at the siege of Ravenna in 1512, and Gaspard I. inherited Châtillon. He married Louise de Montmorency, the sister of the constable. He fought at Farnovo (1495), Agnadello (1509), and Marignan (1515), and was made marshal of France in 1516. He died in 1522 at Dax, on his way to relieve Fontarabia. He was, says Brantôme, a man "du conseil duquel le roi s'est fort servi tant qu'il a vescu, comme il avait raison, car il avait bone teste et bon bras." He left behind him three sons -- Odet de Châtillon, Cardinal Archbishop of Toulouse and Bishop of Beauvais; Gaspard II., born in 1517, Comte de Coligny, known in his youth as Monsieur de Fromente, a castle now in ruins some four leagues from Bourg-en-Bresse; and François d'Andelot. The three boys were brought up by their mother, Louise de Montmorency.* Louise was twice married. By her first husband, the Comte de Mailly, she had a daughter, Madeleine, afterwards Madame de Roye and mother-in-law of Louis de Bourbon, Prince de Condé. Louise de Montmorency was a firm, proud, austere, morally courageous woman. .... She died in 1547, refusing the aid of a priest. .... etc.

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  • Extrait de la généalogie de la maison de Mailly, dressé par m. *** By Paul Lucas
  • https://books.google.com/books?id=acoOAAAAQAAJ&pg=PA207&lpg=PA207&dq=Jean+D%27+Mailly+1509&source=bl&ots=i6q5xpXvZI&sig=XxTw89OiEu679Y_5t1Kx9hSPCYs&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CB0Q6AEwADgKahUKEwiEx7Kh0r_HAhVCK4gKHfUSD-c#v=onepage&q=hardouin&f=false
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  • .... etc.
    • (c) Par Ferry de Mailly qui époufa Louife de Montmorency Dame d'Honneur des Reines, Anne de Bretagne & Eleonor d'Autriche, fille de Guillame de Montmorency, premier Chambellan de France, fœur d'Anne Duc de Montmorency, Pair de France, premier Baron, dixiéme Connêrable & Grand Maître de France, Chevalier des Ordres de St. Michel & de la Jarretiere, tué à la Bataille de St. Denis en 1567. tante de François, Duc de Montmorency, Pair & Maréchal de France, Gouverneur de Paris, de Henry Duc de Damville, puis de Monmorency, Par & Maréchal de France, Gouverneur de Languedoc, & de Charles Duc de Damville, Pair & Amiral de France, mort en 1612.
    • ... etc.
  • Pg.21
    • (c) Par Madeleine de Mailly, fille de Ferry, deuxiéme Baron de Conty, mariée à St. Germain en Préfence du Roi, l'an 1528 avec Charles Sire de Roye Comte de Roucy fils d'Antoine Sire de Roye & de Catherine Sarrebrake Comteffe de Montbelliard. De cette alliance vint Eleonore Dame de Roye, Baronne de Conty, qui eut l'honneur d'époufer Louis de Bourbon premier du nom, Prince de Condé, frere puîné d'Antoine de Bourbon Duc de Vendôme, Roi de Navarre, pere d'Henri IV. Ainfi Madeleine de Mailly fe trouve grande tante de ce Monarque, arriere grande tante de Louis XIII. pere de Louis XIV. bifayeul d'un Prince qui fait l'objet de l'amour de fon peuple, comme celui de fon bonheur.
    • .... etc.

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Louise Marie de Montmorency's Timeline

1485
1485
Chatillon, Haute-Savoie, Rhones-Alps, France
1496
1496
Paris, Île-de-France, France
1508
1508
Age 12
Chateau D', Montmorency, D' Oise, France
1509
June 28, 1509
Age 13
Le Mailly, FRANCE
1514
December 1, 1514
Age 18
Paris,France
1515
November 4, 1515
Age 19
1517
July 10, 1517
Age 21
1519
February 16, 1519
Age 23
Châtillon, Auvergne, France
1521
April 15, 1521
Age 25
1541
June 12, 1541
Age 45
Paris, Paris, Île-de-France, France