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Orléans, Gaston, duc d', 1608-1660

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Personal name headingOrléans, Gaston, duc d', 1608-1660
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Variant(s)D'Orléans, Gaston, duc, 1608-1660
Gaston-Jean-Baptiste de France, duc d'Orléans, 1608-1660
Gaston Jean Baptiste, Duke of Orléans, 1608-1660
Orléans, duc d' (Gaston), 1608-1660
Orléans, Gaston-Jean-Baptiste de France, duc d', 1608-1660
Anjou, Gaston, duc d', 1608-1660
Orléans, Gaston, Duke of, 1608-1660
Orléans, Gaston, Monsieur, 1608-1660
Birth date1608-04-25
Death date1660-02-02
Place of birthFontainebleau (France)
Place of deathBlois (France)
Found inLa France parlant a Monsieur le duc d'Orleans endormy [MI] 1649.
Lalanne, L. Dict. hist. de la France (Orléans, Gaston-Jean-Baptiste de France, duc d'; b. 25 Apr. 1608, d. 2 Feb. 1660)
Grand dict. enc. Lar. (Orléans, Gaston, duc d'; Fr. prince; b. 1608, d. 1660)
Dict. d'hist. de France Perrin (Orléans, Gaston duc d'; b. 1608, d. 1660)
Grande enc. Lar.: index (Orléans, Gaston, duc d')
LC manual auth. cd. (hdg.: Gaston Jean Baptiste, Duke of Orléans, 1608-1660)
France. Sovereign (1643-1715 : Louis XIV). Lettre du roy, escrite a Son Altesse Royale, 1651: page 4 (duc d'Orleans)
Wikipedia, 7 May 2015 (Gaston, Duke of Orléans; born at Palace of Fontainebleau on 25 April 1608; given title of Duke d'Anjou at birth; exiled to Blois in 1652 by Cardinal Mazarin where he remained until his death on 2 February 1660)
Monsieur, 2022: CIP galley (Gaston, duke of Orléans; Gaston d'Orléans; the prince was referred to at royal court as 'Monsieur', an unofficial title as the king's brother; married Marguerite de Lorraine)