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Marc Étienne de Beauvau
Prince of Craon
Prince of Beauvau
Prince of the Holy Roman Empire
Count of the Empire
Born (1773-09-22)22 September 1773
Hôtel de Beauvau, Paris, France
Died 28 January 1849(1849-01-28) (aged 75)
Hôtel de Beauvau, Paris, France
Spouse Nathalie de Rochechouart de Mortemart
Issue Ferdinand Jérôme, Marquis of Harouel
Charles de Beauvau, Prince of Beauvau
Nathalie Irène, Marquise of La Grange
Henriette Gabrielle, Marquise of Boulay
Full name
Marc Étienne Gabriel de Beauvau
Father Ferdinand Jerôme de Beauvau, Marquis of Haroué
Mother Louise Etienne Desmier d'Archiac

Marc Étienne de Beauvau, Prince of Beauvau (Marc Étienne Gabriel; 22 September 1773 - 28 January 1849) was a French nobleman and member of the powerful noble family the House of Beauvau. He was also a politician. He was the Prince of Craon but known better as the Prince of Beauvau. He also held the prestigious rank of a Prince of the Holy Roman Empire. Under Napoleon I he was also created a Count of the Empire on 2 June 1815. He also had close links with the future Louis Philippe I. He was a nephew of the Prince of Craon and therefore inherited his titles.

Life

He was a son of Ferdinand Jerôme de Beauvau, Marquis of Haroué and his wife Louise Etienne Desmier d'Archiac. He was born at the Hôtel de Beauvau in Paris, France. The Parisian residence of the Beauvau family.

Marriage and children

He married Nathalie Henriette Victurnienne de Rochechouart de Mortemart on 6 June 1792. The couple later had 4 children.

  1. Charles Juste François Victurnien de Beauvau (17 March 1793 - 15 March 1864) married twice and had four children.
  2. Edmond Henri Etienne Victurnien de Beauvau (18 October 1795 - 21 July 1860) married and had children.
  3. Nathalie Irène Marie Victurnienne de Beauvau, (1798 - 28 November 1852) married Auguste François Joseph Le Lièvre de La Grange, Marquis of La Grange. and had one child.
  4. Henriette Gabrielle de Beauvau (1809 - 9 February 1869) married Denis Omer Talon Viscount Talon, Marquis of Boulay but had no children.
Marc Étienne de Beauvau, Prince of Beauvau
House of Beauvau
Prince of the Holy Roman Empire
Born: 22 September 1773 Died: 28 January 1849
French nobility
Preceded by
Charles Juste de Beauvau
Prince of Beauvau
Prince of Craon

1793–1849
Succeeded by
Charles de Beauvau

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