Adrienne d'Estouteville, duchess d’Estouteville

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Adrienne d'Estouteville, duchess of Estouteville, baroness of Cleuville, viscountess...

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Daughter of Jean III d’Estouteville and Jacqueline d'Estouteville
Wife of François 1er de Bourbon, comte de Saint-Pol et de Chaumont
Mother of François de Bourbon, duc d’Estouteville and Marie de Bourbon, duchess d’Estouteville

Occupation: duchess of Estouteville, baroness of Cleuville, viscountess of Roncheville, lady of Bricquebec, Moyon, Gacé, Trie, Hambye, etc. (the baronies, châtellenies & seigneuries of Valmont, Varangéville, Berneval, Cleuville, etc. are united to form the Duchy o
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About Adrienne d'Estouteville, duchess d’Estouteville

Duchess of Estouteville, Baroness of Cleuville Viscountess of Roncheville, Lady of Bricquebec, Moyon, Gacé, Trie, Hambye, etc. (the baronies, châtellenies & seigneuries of Valmont, Varangéville, Berneval, Cleuville, etc. are united to form the Duchy of Estouteville, under the jurisdiction of the Parliament of Rouen, by Letters to Fontainebleau of 08/1534, registered in Rouen on 12/09/1534, & in the Paris Chamber of Accounts on 19/10/1534) th. (c.m., 02/09/1535 ns in Paris: approved by the Paris parliament on 04/16/1540 according to LP of 09/01/1539)


i) JEAN [III] d’Estouteville (1482-). Seigneur d’Estouteville, de Vallemont et de Hotot. m (1509) his first cousin, JACQUELINE d’Estouteville Dame de Moyon et de Gascé, daughter of GUYON d’Estouteville Seigneur de Moyon, de Hambye, de Briquebec et de Gascé & his wife Isabelle de Croÿ. Jean [III] & his wife had one child:

(a) ADRIENNE d’Estouteville (20 Oct 1512-Trie [15/31] Dec 1560, bur Vallemont). Père Anselme records her marriage contract dated 9 Feb 1534 (O.S.?)[392]. Duchesse d’Estouteville.

m (contract Paris 9 Feb 1535) FRANÇOIS de Bourbon Comte de Saint-Pol, son of FRANÇOIS de Bourbon Comte de Vendôme & his wife Marie de Luxembourg (Ham 6 Oct 1491-Cotignan near Reims 1 Sep 1545, bur abbaye de Vallemont). Duc d’Estouteville.

ii) FRANÇOISE d’Estouteville . m as his second wife, JEAN [V] de Lévis Seigneur de Mirepoix, son of JEAN [IV] de Lévis Seigneur de Mirepoix & his second wife Charlotte de Lévis (-1530 or after). —————————————

Duke of Estouteville From Wikipedia

Duke of Estouteville (duc d'Estouteville) was a title in the French nobility that is claimed today by the Prince of Monaco.

It was created in 1537[1] by King Francis I of France for Adrienne d'Estouteville (1512–1560) and her husband Francis de Bourbon, Count of St. Pol (1491–1545) (who was son of Francis, Count of Vendôme and his wife Marie of Luxembourg, Countess of Vendôme). The title passed briefly to their young son Francis II (1536/'37-1546), then to their daughter Marie (1539–1601),[2] who married successively her first cousin Jean de Bourbon, Count of Soissons (1528–1557); François de Cleves, Duke of Nevers (1539–1563); and Léonor d'Orléans, duc de Longueville (1540–1573). The dukedom passed to the descendants of Marie's third marriage, the dukes of Longueville,[1] the last male of whom died in 1694,[3] leaving a childless sister and remote cousins descended through females.

Estouteville was inherited by the last duke's sister, Marie d'Orleans-Longueville, Duchess de Nemours (1625–1707) whose closest relatives were remote cousins descended through daughters of the Longueville. After her death Estouteville was inherited, because of the principle of proximity of blood, by the family of Goyon de Matignon,[1] who were descended from Eléonore, youngest daughter of Léonor de Longueville and Marie d'Estouteville.[3] Primogeniture heir would have been the Duchess of Retz, but she was one step further genealogically even if she descended from Eleonore's older sister.[dubious – discuss] Eleonore's descendant Jacques François Léonor Goyon de Matignon (1689–1751), count of Thorigny and lord of the duchy of Estouteville, married in 1715 Louise Hippolyte, heiress-presumptive to the Principality of Monaco, and adopted the name Grimaldi.[4]

The claim to Estouteville was inherited by their descendants, the Princes of Monaco, until their legitimate line became extinct on the death of Prince Louis II in 1949.[1] However, along with the other titles associated with the Monegasque crown, it was assumed by subsequent Princes of Monaco (descended from Louis II's legitimated daughter Charlotte) and is borne today by Albert II, Prince of Monaco. The legitimate succession of Estouteville passed in theory to the Urach descendants of Florestine of Monaco, and is currently held by Patrick Guinness.

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Adrienne d'Estouteville, duchess d’Estouteville's Timeline

October 20, 1512
January 14, 1536
Hambye, Manche, Normandy, France
May 30, 1539
La Fère, Aisne, Hauts-de-France, France