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Orléans, Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d', 1747-1793

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Personal name headingOrléans, Louis Philippe Joseph, duc d', 1747-1793
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Variant(s)Chartres, Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans, duc de, 1747-1793
D'Orléans, Louis Philippe Joseph, duc, 1747-1793
D'Orléans, Philippe, duc, 1747-1793
Orléans, Philippe, duc d', 1747-1793
Philippe, duc d'Orléans, 1747-1793
Philippe-Égalité, 1747-1793
Louis Philippe II, duc d'Orléans, 1747-1793
Égalité, Louis-Philippe-Joseph, 1747-1793
Capet, Louis-Philippe-Joseph, 1747-1793
Orléans, duc d', 1747-1793
Birth date1747-04-13
Death date1793-11-06
Place of birthSaint-Cloud (France)
Place of deathParis (France)
Found inHis Correspondance, 1800.
Ordonnance du roi, portant création d'une place de colonel général des hussards, 1778: p. 3 (Louis-Philippe-Joseph d'Orléans, duc de Chartres, prince du sang)
Wikipedia, August 10, 2016 (Louis Philippe II, Duke of Orléans; Louis Philippe Joseph d'Orléans born 13 April 1747 in the castle of Saint-Cloud in Saint-Cloud; he died executed (by guillotine) on 6 November 1793 in Paris; commonly known as Philippe; member of a cadet branch of the House of Bourbon, the ruling dynasty of France; he actively supported the French Revolution and adopted the name Philippe Égalité, but was nonetheless guillotined during the Reign of Terror; his son Louis-Philippe became King of the French after the July Revolution of 1830; following his career, the term Orléanist came to be attached to the movement in France that favoured constitutional monarchy)
BnF, August 10, 2016 (Orléans, Louis Philippe Joseph d' (1747-1793); French; male; born 1747-04-13; died 1793-11-06; duc de Montpensier (1747-1752), duc de Chartres (1752-1785) then duc d'Orléans (1785-1793); deputy of the nobility to the States General (in 1789) and member of the Convention (in 1792); voted for the death of Louis XVI's cousin; guillotine in 1793; other names: Philippe-Égalité (1747-1793); Orléans, Duc d' (1747-1793); Capet, Louis-Philippe-Joseph (1747-1793); Égalité, Louis-Philippe-Joseph (1747-1793))
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