Pierre de Rohan-Gié, comte de Guise

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Pierre de Rohan, vicomte de Fronsac

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Birthplace: Mortiers-Crolle, Saint-Quentin, Mayenne, Maine, France
Death: Died in Paris, Seine, Île-de-France, France
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Son of Louis I de Rohan, seigneur de Guémené-Guingamp and Marie, dame de Montauban
Husband of Françoise de Penhoët, Vicomtesse de Fronsac and Marguerite d'Armagnac
Father of Charles de Rohan-Gié and Pierre de Rohan, II, Vicomte de Carentan
Brother of Louis II de Rohan-Guémené
Half brother of Louise de la Trémoille and Marguerite Marguerite de La Trémoille

Occupation: Prince
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About Pierre de Rohan, vicomte de Fronsac

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacqueline_de_Rohan,_Marquise_de_Rothelin

Jacqueline de Rohan, Marquise de Rothelin (c. 1520 - 1587), was the daughter of Charles de Rohan and Jeanne de Saint-Severin.

Her paternal grandparents were Pierre de Rohan, Viscount de Fronsac and Francoise de Penhoet. Her maternal grandparents were Bernard de Saint-Severin, Prince of Besignano, and Jeanne Eléonore Piccolimini. The latter was a descendant of King Alphonso V of Aragon and his mistress Giraldona Carlino.

[edit] Marriage and children

On 19 June 1536, at Lyon, she married Francois of Orléans-Longueville, Marquis de Rothelin, Prince of Chalet-Aillon, Viscount of Melun (2 March 1513- 25 October 1548), son of Louis I, Duke of Neufchatel, Prince of Chatel-Aillon and Johanna of Baden-Hochberg, Countess of Neufchatel and Margravine of Rothelin, by whom she had two children:

  1. Leonor, Duke de Longueville, Duke d' Estouteville, Prince of the Blood (1540- 1573), married in 1563, Marie d'Estouteville, by whom he had issue, including Henri I, 8th Duke de Longueville.
  2. Francoise d'Orléans-Longueville, (5 April 1549- 11 June 1601), who was born posthumously. On 8 November 1565, she married Huguenot leader Louis I de Bourbon, Prince de Condé, as his second wife, by whom she had issue. The House of Savoy-Carignan descended from their union.

Her husband died on 25 October 1548, and in watching her son Leonor's interests in Neuchâtel she was brought into contact with the reformers in Switzerland. She then embraced Protestantism and turned her château at Blandy, in Brie, into a refuge for Huguenots.

In 1567 she underwent a term of imprisonment at the Louvre for harbouring Protestants.

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   * This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the public domain.

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Pierre de Rohan-Gié, comte de Guise's Timeline

1451
1451
Mortiers-Crolle, Saint-Quentin, Mayenne, Maine, France
1473
1473
Age 22
Mortiers-Crolle, France
1475
1475
Age 24
Guemenescurcoff, Morbihan, France
1480
1480
Age 29
France
1503
1503
Age 52
1513
April 22, 1513
Age 62
Paris, Seine, Île-de-France, France