Charles de Husson, comte de Tonnerre

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Charles de Husson, baron de Saint Aignan et de Selles

Birthdate: (42)
Death: 1492 (42)
Immediate Family:

Son of Jean de Husson and Jeanne de la Rochefoucauld, Dame d'Arvert (Sanglier de Chateau-Guibert)
Husband of Antoinette de la Tremoille
Father of Anne de Husson, comtesse de Tonnerre; Madeleine de Husson; Louise de Husson, dame de Saint Aignan and Louis III DeBoessiere De Husson
Brother of Count Saint- Aignan
Half brother of Marguerite de Maille de La Rochefoucauld, Dame de Verteuil

Occupation: Comte de Tonnerre, Baron de Saint Aignan et de Selles
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About Charles de Husson, comte de Tonnerre

Philippe de Mornay was born at Buhy, in the French Vexin on Nov. 5th 1549, two hours before the dawn, and was baptized the nth day of the same month. His father was Messire Jacques de Mornay, chevalier and lord of Buhy, and his mother was Dame Francoise de Bee Crespin, daughter of Messire Charles de Bee, 1 vice- admiral of France, and of Dame Madeleine de Beauvillier, daughter of the Count of Saint- Aignan and of Antoinette de la Tr^mouille. His godfathers were Messire Philippe de Roncherolles, baron of Heuqueville, and his paternal uncle, Messire Bertin de Mornay, granddoyen of Beauvais and abbe" of Saumur au Boz near Boulogne. His god- mothers were his maternal great-aunt, Madame Jehanne de Beauvillier, Lady of Puyset and of du Plessis Marly, and Dame de la Neuville, Lady of Morvillier. His nurse, whom I should be loth to forget, was Marguerite Madon, a native of Buhy, a woman of a sweet nature. The late M. de Buhy, his father, lived a blameless life to the age of forty-eight, never once failing to play his part in the wars and to do his service to his King