Montmorency Family

Montmorency Family
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  • Montmorency family —    noble family of civil and military leaders    Anne, first duke de Montmorency (1493 1567), born in Chantilly, was a favorite of King francis i, with whom he had been raised. He distinguished himself at the Battles of Ravenna (1512), Marig nan… …   France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present

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  • Montmorency [2] — Montmorency (spr. Mongmorangßi), alte französische Familie. Der jüngere, aber erste herzogliche Zweig der Barone von M. erlosch 1632 mit Heinrich II. von M., u. die Familie setzte sich in dem älteren Zweige u. dem Zweige von Laval fort. I. Der… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Montmorency, Anne, First Duke of — • Born at Chantilly, 15 March, 1492; died at Paris, 12 November, 1567. He belonged to that family of Montmorency whose members from 1327 held the title of first Barons of France Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006 …   Catholic encyclopedia

  • MONTMORENCY, ANNE, DUC DE —    marshal and constable of France, born of an old illustrious family; served in arms under Francis I.; was associated with Condé against the Huguenots, and was mortally wounded at St. Denis fighting against them (1492 1567) …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • House of Montmorency — Anne de Montmorency, 1530. By Jean Clouet. Montmorency, pronounced [mɔ̃.mɔ.ʁɑ̃.si], the name of one of the oldest and most distinguished families in France, derived from the city of Montmorency, now in the Val d Oise département, in the immediate …   Wikipedia