Of the Temple Rougemont

The obvious answer as to how Christine Rosamond became a world famous artist, overnight, is, that there is something in our genes. Fleeing from Europe we ended up in poverty. Our genetic material rose to the occasion. The Rosamonds came from Rougemont. Christine Rosamond Benton, and Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor may share the same great, great grandfather, James Rosamond. Dame Taylor’s art collection is touring the world. She sent her children to Le Rosey where royal children learn to become billionaires, and own all the world’s art. Consider the Getty family.

The world economy has a virus in it, and may collapse. The Rougemonts were Bankers of the World. When they play, they play at being naughty Bohemians. They design clothes for the very rich, and employ Rock Stars to entertain them and their friends. They marry one another in order to – KEEP IT IN THE FAMILY!

Jon Presco

Countess Boisrouvray de Rougemont

“Boisrouvray — a French countess, journalist and movie producer with
a large family fortune — sold off $100 million in paintings, jewels
and businesses, and in 1989 used a large part of the proceeds to
launch the Association François-Xavier Bagnoud (www.fxb.org) with a
global mission to assist AIDS orphans and abandoned AIDS/HIV

The Templars were Bankers to Kings. After their persectuion what did
these kings do to replace the Templar banking system? Did they
annoint one Templar family as their official Banquier?

Many of the Swiss Banks were founded by Huguenot families who fled
the Papal forces. The Hottinger family are Huguenots. The Rougemont
founders of Lloyd’s of London are Huguenots. Did they pool their
money together?

Here is whatt Tim Caramin said in this group about the Du Temple

“First off, they came originally from the city of Chartres, in the
Beauce region south-west of Paris, and were noted in the city records
as early as 1285. They were simply called “du Temple” at that time,
and were not noble or “armigerous” (arms-bearing) until around 1500.
They did not become “du Temple de Rougemont” until 1672, when the
lawyer Guy-Charles du Temple, native of Chartres, married
Francoise-Nicole de Boisrouvray, the heiress of an estate called
Rougemont, also in the Beauce region.”

Here is the Transdendence of Coutness Albina du Boisrouvray after
she contemplated suicide when her son died.

Jon Presco


The Du Temple family come from the Chartre/Chartier, a name
associated with a GM of the Templars. The Du Temples were bankers to
kings. The family of Rougemont was known at the XII 2nd century. The
Du Temple de Rougemont denotes the large block given to the Knights
Templar in Paris, they the Bankers Mundi. One of the Temple was the
third crusade, and another was banker to king Philippe the Bold.
Geoffroi of the Temple was Banker to Philippe les Hardi, and Jean du
Temple the Banker of King de Navarre. Pierre of the Temple de
Rougemont was generous to the churches of Chartres and was buried in
the chorus of the church of the Jacobins.
The Lloyd’s of London insurance market crashed to a first-half loss of 697 million pounds ($1 billion), weighed down by record claims from natural catastrophes including the March 11 Japanese earthquake and tsunami.The loss compares with a profit of 628 million pounds a year earlier, and reflects a total of 6.7 billion pounds in claims absorbed during the first half, making it the costliest six-month period in Lloyd’s 323-year history.

Here is the Transdendence of Coutness Albina du Boisrouvray after
she contemplated suicide when her son died.Jon Presco




Her Franco-Mexican father, Count Guy du Boisrouvray, was a cousin of
Prince Rainier of Monaco, and thus, she is a cousin of the Grimaldi
family and describes her cousin, Princess Caroline, as one of her
best friends. Her other friends include Margaret Thatcher and the
late Jackie Onassis.

Here is Countess Albina de de Boisrouvray sitting behind her
closekin-folk, the Rainiers of Monaco and the Comte de Rosemont.

Frederick C. de Rougemont1
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     Frederick C. de Rougemont married Amelia Frances Albinia Roberts, daughter of Sir Hugh Ashley Roberts and Hon.

The marriage took place, 6 February, 2010, at St George’s Chapel,
Windsor Castle, between Frederick C. de Rougemont, elder son of Mr &
Mrs Clive de Rougemont, and Amelia F.A. Roberts, elder daughter of Sir
Hugh Ashley Roberts, Knt, of Windsor, by his wife the former Hon
Priscilla Jane Stephanie Low, MVO (b 1949), sometime Curator of the
Print Room, Royal Library, Windsor Castle, daugher of the 1st Baron
Aldington, KCMG, CBE (b 25 May 1914; d 7 Dec 2000).

, on 6 February 2010 at St. George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle, Windsor, Berkshire, England.1
     He is the son of Clive de Rougemont.1

Priscilla) Jane Stephanie (née Low), Lady Roberts (1949-), Art historian
Sitter in 1 portrait
The daughter of Lord Aldington and Felicité MacMichael, Jane, Lady Roberts was educated at Queen Mary, University of London, and the Courtauld Institute of Art. In 1975 she became the curator of the Print Room at the Royal Library, Windsor Castle, where she produced the catalogue of the exhibition Leonardo da Vinci: Anatomical Drawings, shown at the Royal Academy 1977-8. She was the co-author of the catalogue Holbein and the Court of King Henry VIIIfor the exhibition at the Queens Gallery, 1978-9. She has been the royal librarian since 2002. Jane Roberts’ many books include Leonardo (1981), Royal Artists (1987) and Ten Religious Masterpieces (2000).

Sir Michael John de Rougemont Richardson was a Freemason and High
Financier of the City of London, Europe’s largest business district
that consists of the Inner Temple and Middle Temple. Sir
Richardson’s mentor was Harley Drayton who may have managed the
Queens finances. Drayton was the mentor of Sir Agnus Ogilvy who
married Princess Alexandra in 1963, and thus is an heir to the
Windsor throne. Ogilvy is on the board of Sothebys, as is Princess
de Beauvau Craon Deputy Chairman, President, Sotheby’s France. The
Princess is of the House d’Anjou. Her brother is Guy Du Temple de
Rougemont an artist and member of Acadamie Les Beux-Arts. Guy’s
great grandmother was Desiree Clare who married Prince Bernadotte.

Charles Juste de Beauvau (10 September 1720 – 21 May 1793), 2nd Prince of Beauvau (1754), Marshal of France (1783) was a French scholar, nobleman and general. The son of Marc de Beauvau, he was also brother to Madame de Boufflers and through her uncle to the poet Stanislas de Boufflers.

1 Biography
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[edit] Biography
Charles Juste was born at the Hôtel de Beauvau-Craon in Lunéville, capital of the Duchy of Lorraine. His family were the most powerful in Lorraine after the ruling Duke of Lorraine.
His mother, Anne Marguerite de Ligneville, was the mistress of Leopold, Duke of Lorraine, husband of Élisabeth Charlotte d’Orléans (niece of Louis XIV). He was the thirteenth of twenty children.
He married twice; firstly on 3 April 1745 to Marie Charlotte de La Tour d’Auvergne(20 December 1729–6 September 1763), daughter of Emmanuel Théodose de La Tour d’Auvergne and his last wife Louise Henriette Françoise de Lorraine. The couple had one child who married into the Noailles family. His first wife Marie Charlotte died of Smallpox aged 33.
Marie Charlotte died in 1763. The next year, on 14 March, he married again; this time to Marie Charlotte Sylvie de Rohan-Chabot, a cousin of Charles, Prince of Soubise. The couple had no children Marie Charlotte Sylvie outliving her husband till 1807.
He entered military service for France and was made a lieutenant of the Calvary on 10 December 1738; colonel of the guard (Lorraine) on 1 May 1740 and distinguished himself under the leadership of the Duke of Belle-Isle at the Siege of Prague in 1742. Created a Brigadier on 16 May 1746 he was later created a Field marshal on 10 May 1748. He was later elevated to Lieutenant Generalon 28 December 1758. He gained further distinction in 1762 while serving in Spain.
He was named the Governor of Languedoc on 12 June 1747, he was later created the governor of Provence.
A Grandee of Spain, first class from 11 May 1754, he became a Knight of the Order of the Holy Spirit, the highest decoration in Ancien régime France (1 January 1757).
He had dealings with the Académie française. He kept a fashionable salon, keeping company with the likes of Jean Devaines, the philosopher Jean-François Marmontel, the poet Jean François de Saint-Lambert as well as his nephew Stanislas de Boufflers.
He was created a Marshal of France in 1783. In 1789, he served in the Secretary of State for War for six months. A supporter of reforms, he was untroubled by the French Revolution and died in his bed at the height of the Reign of Terror.
The maréchal de Beauvau, died at the hôtel de Beauvau, his Parisian residence on the Place Beauvau, named after him. The hôtel was built by the architect Nicolas Le Camus de Mézièresaround 1770 for Charles Juste. The hôtel de Beauvau has housed the Ministry of the Interior since 1861. He owned the Château du Val at Saint-Germain-en-Laye, a property later acquired by Benjamin Franklin.
His nephew Marc Étienne Gabriel de Beauvau(1773–1849) became the next Prince of Beauvau.
The present Noailles duc de Mouchyis a direct descendant of Charles Juste.


Thierry the Lad, Diane de Beauvau-Craon and her father. Diane was constantly surrounded by gays and was frequently quoted in the pages D ” Andy Warhol Interview’. Strong of its relations, it successfully assembled a designers house to New York.

I am looking for descendants of Philip Rosemond and Moses Morton Rosemond
who lived in Guernsey County, OH in the mid-1800s. This family descended
from a James Rosemond who lived in County Leitrim, Ireland in the early
1700s. Other members of this same family settled in Lanark, Ontario, Canada.
The southern Rosamond family is also said to be descended from this same
family, as are the Rosamond families in Australia and New Zealand. I am
trying to tie all the branches of the family together. The information on
the family in Guernsey County, OH is shown below. I’d appreciate hearing
from anyone who has any information regarding this family.
The reference for the earlier generations of this family is the booklet “The
History of the Rosemond Family” by Leland Eugene Rosemond, 1939.
Descendants of Moses Morton Rosemond
Generation No. 1
was born Bet. 1843 – 1845 in Guernsey County, Ohio5,6. He married MARTHA E
LIKES7,8 26 Jul 1868 in Guernsey County, OH9. She was born Abt. 1847 in

Where you learn to be a billionaire
Paul Klebnikov, 07.05.99

If you want to find a gathering of the world’s elite, there’s no better place to look than the village of Rolle, Switzerland. Drive along the coast of Lake Geneva, turn south among the picturesque vineyards and farms, and you will come to a discreet driveway nestled among the chestnut trees. It leads to an old chteau surrounded by a cluster of newer buildings.

Here you will find an illustrious gathering. The names speak of the great private fortunes from around the world: Persian Gulf oil money, Greek shipping lords, Italian textile billionaires, Spanish banking families, American tobacco magnates, Japanese industrial tycoons, Hong Kong real estate moguls.

No, this is not a business conference like the World Economic Forum at Davos. The people gathered in this corner of Switzerland are children. And the institution is a boarding school called Institut Le Rosey.

The Guinness Book of World Records doesn’t list the world’s most expensive boarding schools, but Le Rosey is certainly a contender–it costs a cool $40,000 a year to send your child there. And it is still the most intense concentration of the global elite.

ewels, gowns and paintings that added color to Elizabeth Taylor’s life are already, six months after her death, traveling the world en route to new owners. Christie’s is taking the material to eight cities in seven countries for sales previews or “exhibitions” before putting it up for auction.

This weekend is the London showing. Much of the material then travels to Los Angeles for a preview at MOCA’s Pacific Design Center branch from Oct. 13 to 16. Tickets for the L.A. event went on sale Thursday at christies.com. Five thousand tickets are available at $20 each; 850 sold within the first two hours, according to a Christie’s spokesperson.

1. Joachim, Napoléon, Michel Murat (° 1885-1938), qui suit.
2. princesse Marguerite, Malcy, Caroline, Alexandrine Murat (° Paris,
28.11.1886-1956) ép. 1912, Edgard Lejeune (° Trois-Moustier (Vienne),
3.01.1881-1914, mort pour la France), baron E. Lejeune. Dont :
A. Louise Lejeune (° 1913) ép. 1933, Jean-Louis du Temple de
Rougemont (° 1910), comte J.-L. du Temple de Rougemont. Dont :
a. Guy du Temple de Rougemont (° 1935).
b. Cécile du Temple de Rougemont (° 1936) ép. 1959, Jacques-Henri de
Durfort (° 19…), comte J.-H. de Durfort, fils de N…, comte de
Durfort et de Colette Brossand de Juigné. Dont :
– Guy de Durfort (° 1960).
c. François du Temple de Rougemont (° 1939).
d. Laure du Temple de Rougemont (° 1942).
e. Anne du Temple de Rougemont (° 1946).
B. Edgard-Louis Lejeune (° 1915), baron Lejeune ép. 1942, Claude de
Bonardi du Mesnil (° 1914), fille du comte Alfred de Bonardi du
Mesnil et de Ghislaine de Gislain de Cernay. Dont :
a. Ghislaine Lejeune (° 1943).
b. Stanislas Lejeune (° 1944).
c. Laetitia Lejeune (° 1948).
3. prince Pierre Murat (° 1887-1888).
4. prince Alexandre, Michel, Eugène, Joachim, Napoléon Murat (°
Rocquencourt, 12.09.1889-1926) ép. 1920, Yvonne Gillois (°
Fontainebleau, 20.12.1894-1961), fille de Maurice Gillois et de
Eugénie Marcelle. Dont :

Cecile du TEMPLE de ROUGEMONT was born 1936, and died 2000. She was the daughter of 2. Jean Louis du TEMPLE de ROUGEMONT and 3. Louise LEJEUNE. She married Living.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 2

Jean Louis du TEMPLE de ROUGEMONT was born 1910, and died 1990.
Louise LEJEUNE was born 1913, and died 2002. She was the daughter of 6. Edgard LEJEUNE and 7. Marguerite MURAT.

Children of Louise LEJEUNE and Jean Louis du TEMPLE de ROUGEMONT are:
Cecile du TEMPLE de ROUGEMONT was born 1936, and died 2000. She married Living.
Living. She married Marc de BEAUVAU-CRAON. He was born 1921, and died 1982.
Living. He married Arielle de MOUSTIER.
Living. He married Living.
Living. She married Living.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 3

Edgard LEJEUNE was born 1881, and died 1914. He was the son of 12. Robert LEJEUNE and 13. Louise TAIGNY.
Marguerite MURAT was born 1886, and died 1956. She was the daughter of 14. Joachim MURAT and 15. Cecile NEY d’ELCHINGEN.

Children of Marguerite MURAT and Edgard LEJEUNE are:
Louise LEJEUNE was born 1913, and died 2002. She married Jean Louis du TEMPLE de ROUGEMONT. He was born 1910, and died 1990.
Edgard Louis LEJEUNE was born 1915, and died 1989. He married Claude de BONARDI du MENIL. She was born 1914, and died 1967. He married Gilberte BREGUET 1970, daughter of Louis BREGUET and Nelly GIRARDET. She was born 1910, and died 1973.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 4

Robert LEJEUNE was born 1861, and died 1943.
Louise TAIGNYwas born 1858, and died 1911. She was the daughter of 26. Ernest TAIGNY and 27. Marie Julie DELON.

Children of Louise TAIGNY and Robert LEJEUNE are:
Edgard LEJEUNE was born 1881, and died 1914. He married Marguerite MURAT1912, daughter of Joachim MURAT and Cecile NEY d’ELCHINGEN. She was born 1886, and died 1956.
Elisabeth LEJEUNE was born Abt 1885, and died Aft 1973.
Joachim MURAT was born 1856, and died 1936.
Cecile NEY d’ELCHINGEN was born 1867, and died 1960.

Child of Cecile NEY d’ELCHINGEN and Joachim MURAT is:
Marguerite MURAT was born 1886, and died 1956. She married Edgard LEJEUNE 1912, son of Robert LEJEUNE and Louise TAIGNY. He was born 1881, and died 1914.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 5

Ernest TAIGNY was born 21 Mar 1828 in Paris, 75, Ile-de-France, FRA, and died 5 Oct 1906 in Paris, 75, Ile-de-France, FRA.
Marie Julie DELON was born 1837. She was the daughter of 54. Charles DELON and 55. Elisabeth “Lisa” BONAFIDE.

Children of Marie Julie DELON and Ernest TAIGNY are:
Jeanne TAIGNY was born 1856, and died 1919. She married ? GOUIN.
Louise TAIGNYwas born 1858, and died 1911. She married Robert LEJEUNE 20 Apr 1880. He was born 1861, and died 1943.

Ahnentafel, Generation No. 6

Charles DELON was born 20 Jan 1798, and died 1885. He was the son of 108. “Louis” Frédéric DELON and 109. Marie “Julie” SANTERRE.
Elisabeth “Lisa” BONAFIDE was born 20 Apr 1798, and died 1879 in Paris, 75, Ile-de-France, FRA.

Children of Elisabeth “Lisa” BONAFIDE and Charles DELON are:
Anne “Ninette” DELONwas born 1831. She married Denis RAIMBERT 1848, son of Bertrand RAIMBERT and Julie BERTRAND. He was born 18 Nov 1822, and died 1886.
Marie Julie DELON was born 1837. She married Ernest TAIGNY 1855. He was born 21 Mar 1828 in Paris, 75, Ile-de-France, FRA, and died 5 Oct 1906 in Paris, 75, Ile-de-France, FRA.
Henriette DELON died 1903. She married Jules RAIMBERT 1845. He was born 1819, and died 1882.

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The Heirs of Europe
This blog presents the ancestors of the heirs of the leading families of Europe. These overviews represent the changing character of these families regarding marriage policy and show on one hand the close connections between those families but on the other hand the ability to absorb new influences while maintaining continuity. The texts are mainly in Dutch, later I will change it to English, but I think the information is clear enough. © Ronald Elward 2009-2011

Michel Decazes (1747-1832); m.1779 Cathérine Trigant de Beaumont
1a) ELIE Decazes (St-Martin-de-Laye 28 Sep 1780-24 Oct 1860), cr Comte 1815, Duke af Glucksbierg in Denmark 1818, Duc Decazes in France 1820 (all titles by primogeniture); m.1st Paris 1 Aug 1805 Elisabeth Fortunée Muraire (d.Paris 24 Jan 1806); m.2d 11 Aug 1818 Egidia de Beaupoir, Css de St-Atalaire-Glücksbierg (d.Versailles 8 Aug 1873)
1b) LOUIS, 2nd Duc Decazes and Glücksbierg (Paris 29 May 1819-château de la Grave 16 Sep 1886); m.3 Aug 1863 Severine Frn von Löwenthal (8 Jan 1845-la Grave 25 Sep 1911)
1c) Jean ELIE Octave Louis Sévère Amanieu, 3rd Duc Decazes and Glücksbierg (Paris 30 Apr 1864- Chantilly 31 Aug 1912); m.Paris 28 Apr 1888 Isabelle Blanche Singer (Paris 27 Mar 1869-Paris 15 Nov 1896)
1d) LOUIS Jean Victor Sévère, 4th Duc Decazes and Glücksbierg (Paris 24 Feb 1889-Lausanne 2 Jun 1941); m.Savigné-l’Evêque 2 Oct 1912Marie Catherine Germaine Couturié (Paris 25 Apr 1885-Lausanne 23 Oct 1968)
1e) ELIE Ludovic Henri-Christian, 5th Duc Decazes and Glücksbierg (Chantilly 16 May 1914-Morges 17 Mar 2011); m.Paris 15 Nov 1937 Solange Rose Lucie du Temple de Rougemont (Paris 20 Jun 1917-Morges 2 Jan 2011)
1f) Edith Marie Hélène Germaine (b.Paris 6 Dec 1938); m.Bonzac 8 Jun (rel) 9 Jun 1962 Georges Cte Lannes de Montebello (Paris 28 Sep 1934-New York 11 Dec 1996)
2f) Marie Isabelle (b.Cauderan 4 Jul 1941); m.Bonzac 20 Feb (rel) 27 Feb 1965 Jean Cte de Sabran-Pontevès (b.Villecresnes 15 Jan 1939)
3f) Séverine Marie Yveline Gabrielle (Libourne 29 Jul 1943-16 Oct 2009); m.Choisel 24 Jun (rel) Venice 8 Jul 1967 Henri-François Léon Théophile Le Tonnelier Marquis de Breteuil (b.Boulogne-Billancourt 5 Dec 1943)
4f) Gabrielle Sylviane Marie-Françoise (b.Libourne 24 Mar 1945)
5f) LOUIS Frédéric René Marie Edouard, 6th Duc Decazes and Glücksbierg (b.Lausanne 14 Nov 1946)
2e) Jacques Louis Elie Mortimer (Paris 23 Feb 1917-Lausanne 24 May 1998); m.Paris 8 Jun 1938 Margherita Maria Helena von Heeren (Madrid 7 Jan 1915-1994)
1f) Marie-Solange Nadine Germaine Isabelle (b.Paris 18 Apr 1939); m.1st Moulleau 7 Jul 1960 (div Paris 3 Mar 1971) Bernard Derode (b.Neuilly 19 Apr 1937); m.2d Le Chesnay 23 Feb 1974 Olivier Jacques Marie Nodé-Langlois (b.Marseille 20 Mar 1943)
2f) Nadine Marie Catalina (b.Neuilly 14 Sep 1941); m.Paris 5 Nov 1970 Cte Henri Alain Charles Coeur Marie Rouillé d’Orfeuil (b.Boulogne-Billancourt 28 Jun 1946)
3f) Jacques-Marie Louis Pedro (b.Savigné l’Evêque 19 Dec 1944); m.Remaucourt 20 Jun 1975 Bernadette Marie Constant (b.Remaucourt 23 Jun 1947)
4f) Jean-Marie Elie (b.Vevey 6 Mar 1949)
3e) Marie Cathérine Isabelle Séverine Germaine Marguerite Marie (Savigné l-Evêque 26 Apr 1918-Geneva 28 Nov 1968); m.New York 3 Jun 1948 Jehan Ludovic James Achille de Nouë (Etretat 17 Jun 1907-Geneva 7 Apr 1999)
4e) Marie Yveline (Paris 23 Jun 1920-Vevey 8 Sep 1984); m.1st Lausanne 24 Apr (rel) Freiburg, Switzerland 27 Apr 1943 (div Lausanne 19 Aug 1949) Michel Joseph de Geoffroy (b.Paris 28 Feb 1913); m.2d Paris 27 Jul 1956 (div Cossonay 29 Aug 1966) Henri Joseph David Mojonnet (b.Montreux-le-Chatelard 10 Sep 1917)
5e) Edouard Edmond (b.Paris 22 May 1921); m.Richmond, Virginia 4 Nov 1950 Caroline Triplett Scott (b.Richmond 22 Apr 1928)
1f) Marie-Caroline Germaine (b.Lausanne 21 Oct 1951); m.1988 N van Herpen
2f) Marguerite Marie Egédie (b.Lausanne 21 Oct 1955); m.Lausanne 8 Oct 1988 Christophe Slaboszewicz (b.Lausanne 20 Jul 1958)
3f) Frédéric Charles Louis Patrick (b.Lausanne 20 Jul 1958)
4f) Lucie Henriette Philippine (b.Lausanne 17 Feb 1961)
5f) Diane Douce Elisabeth (Lausanne 3 Feb 1963-Lausanne Sep 1988)
2d) Marguerite Séverine Philippine (Paris 29 Apr 1890-Paris 13 Dec 1962); m.1st Paris 10 May 1910 Jean Pr de Broglie (Paris 28 Jan 1886-Mascara, Algeria 20 Sep 1918); m.2d London 9 Aug 1919 Hon. Reginald Ailwyn Fellowes (London 20 Jan 1884-Donnington Grove 19 Mar 1953)
3d) Jacques Louis Elie (Paris 31 Aug 1891-Beaumont-en-Beine 15 Mar 1916)
2c) Wilhelmine Egidia Octavie (Paris 21 Apr 1865-    ); m.9 Mar 1886 (div 1908) Brandelys Delille Cte de Sardelys
2b) Frédéric Xavier Stanislas (1823-Paris 26 Feb 1887)
3b) Henriette Guillermine Eugénie (23 Nov 1824-Tournai Nov 1899); m.19 Apr 1845 Léopold Jacques Alphonse Baron Lefebvre
2a) Joseph Vcte Decazes (1783-1868); m. 1816 Diane de Brancalis de Maurel d’Aragon
1b) Sophie (1817-1904); m.1835 François de Carbonel
2b) Elie (1822-1851); m.1850 Elisabeth de Mauvise de Villars

Louis Jean, duc Decazes

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LouisJean Victor Sévère Decazes de Glücksberg, 4th Duc Decazes and 4th Hertig af Glücksbierg (February 24, 1889 – June 2, 1941) was a French businessman and Thoroughbred racehorse owner and breeder.
Louis Jean Decazes was born in Paris. On October 2, 1912, he married at Savigné-l’Evêque Marie Catherine Germaine Couturié (daughter of the Châtelain of Mesnil) (Paris, April 25, 1885 – Lausanne, October 23, 1968), with whom he had five children. In 1916 he acquired the Haras d’Ouilly stud farm in Pont-d’Ouilly, Calvados. He acquired more land surrounding his property and spent a great deal of money modernizing the facilities. In 1918 he purchased Prince Palatinefrom the English breeder Jack Barnato Joel. In 1923, Louis Jean Decazes horse L’Yser won the Grand Steeple-Chase de Paris.
Beginning in 1921, he was a partner in some horses with François Dupréand in 1930 sold the Haras d’Ouilly property to Dupré.
Duke Decazes died in Lausanne, Switzerland where the family had fled to escape the German occupation of France in World War II.
His sister was the fashion icon and writer Daisy Fellowes.
[edit] Children and grandchildren
ÉlieLudovic Henri-Christian Decazes de Glücksberg, 5th Duc Decazes and 5th Hertig af Glücksbierg (Chantilly, May 16, 1914 – March 17, 2011), married in Paris, November 15, 1937 Solange Rose Lucie du Temple de Rougemont (Paris, June 20, 1917- January 2, 2011), and had:
Edith Marie Hélène Germaine Decazes de Glücksberg (Paris, December 6, 1938), married at Bonzaccivily on June 8 and religiously on June 9, 1962 Georges Roger Jean François Comte Lannes de Montebello (Paris, September 28, 1934), and had issue
Marie Isabelle Decazes de Glücksberg (Bordeaux-Cauderan, July 4, 1941), married at Bonzaccivily on February 20 and religiously February 27, 1965 Jean Henri Comte de Sabran-Pontevès (Villecresnes, January 15, 1939), and had female issue
Séverine Marie Yveline Gabrielle Decazes de Glücksberg (Libourne, July 29, 1943), married civily at Choisel, June 24, and religiously in Venice, July 8, 1967 Henri-François Léon Théophile Le Tonnelier Marquis de Breteuil (Boulogne-Billancourt, December 5, 1943)
Gabrielle Sylviane Marie-Françoise Decazes de Glücksberg (Libourne, March 24, 1945), unmarried and without issue
Louis Frédéric René Marie Edouard Decazes de Glücksberg, Marquis Decazes (Lausanne, November 14, 1946), unmarried and without issue
Jacques Louis Élie Mortimer Decazes de Glücksberg (Paris, February 23, 1917 – Lausanne, May 24, 1998), married in Paris, June 8, 1938 Margherita Maria Helena von Heeren (Madrid, January 7, 1915 – 1994), and had:
Marie-Solange Nadine Germaine Isabelle Decazes de Glücksberg (Paris, April 18, 1939), married firstly at Moulleau, July 7, 1960 and divorced in Paris, March 3, 1971 Bernard Derode (Neuilly, April 19, 1937), and secondly at Le Chesnay, February 23, 1974 Olivier Jacques Marie Nodé-Langlois (Marseille, March 20, 1943)
Nadine Marie Catalina Decazes de Glücksberg (Neuilly, September 14, 1941), married in Paris, November 5, 1970 Henri Alain Charles Coeur Marie Comte Rouillé d’Orfeuil (Boulogne-Billancourt, June 28, 1946)
Jacques-Marie Louis Pedro Decazes de Glücksberg (Savigné-l’Evêque, December 19, 1944), married at Remaucourt, June 20, 1975 Bernadette Marie Constant (Remaucourt, June 23, 1947)
Jean-Marie Élie Decazes de Glücksberg (Vevey, March 6, 1949), unmarried and without issue
Marie Catherine Isabelle Séverine Germaine Marguerite Marie Decazes de Glücksberg (Savigné-l-Evêque, April 26, 1918 – Geneva, November 28, 1968), married in New York City, New York, June 3, 1948 Jehan Ludovic James Achille de Nouë (Etretat, June 17, 1907 – Geneva, April 7, 1999)
Marie Yveline Decazes de Glücksberg (Paris, June 23, 1920 – Vevey, September 8, 1984), married firstly civily at Lausanne, April 24 and religiously at Freiburg, April 27, 1943 and divorced at Lausanne, August 19, 1949) Michel Joseph de Geoffroy (Paris, February 28, 1913 -), and secondly in Paris, July 27, 1956 and divorced at Cossonay, August 29, 1966) Henri Joseph David Mojonnet (Montreux-le-Chatelard, September 10, 1917)
Édouard Edmond Decazes de Glücksberg (Paris, May 22, 1921), married in Richmond, Virginia, November 4, 1950 Caroline Triplett Scott (Richmond, Virginia, April 22, 1938), and had:
Marie-Caroline Germaine Decazes de Glücksberg (Lausanne, October 21, 1951), married in 1988 N van Herpen
Marguerite Marie Egédie Decazes de Glücksberg (Lausanne, October 21, 1955), married in Lausanne, October 8, 1988 Christophe Slaboszewicz (Lausanne, July 20, 1958)
Frédéric Charles Louis Patrick Decazes de Glücksberg (Lausanne, July 20, 1958), unmarried and without issue
Lucie Henriette Philippine Decazes de Glücksberg (Lausanne, February 17, 1961), unmarried and without issue
Diane Douce Élisabeth Decazes de Glücksberg (Lausanne, February 3, 1963 – Lausanne, September, 1988), unmarried and without issue

lie Decazes was born at Saint-Martin-de-Laye, Gironde, son of Michel Decazes (1747–1832) and wife, married in 1779, Cathérine Trigant de Beaumont. He studied law, became a judge in the tribunalof the Seinein 1806, was attached to the cabinet of Louis Bonapartein 1807, and was counsel to the court of appeal at Paris in 1811. He had married in Paris on 1 August 1805 Elisabeth Fortunée Muraire, second daughter of Count Muraire, who died in Paris on 24 January 1806 and by whom he had no issue.
His younger brother Joseph Decazes (1783–1868) was created 1st vicomte Decazesand married in 1816 Diane de Bancalis de Maurel d’Aragon, and had issue Sophie de Decazes (1817–1904), married in 1835 to François de Carbonnel de Canisy, and Élie de Decazes (1822–1851), married in 1850 to Elisabeth de Mauvise de Villars, the parents of Raymond Decazes (1851–), married in 1887 to Marie Luise Koechlin (they had seven children).
[edit] Royalist
Immediately on the fall of the empire he declared himself a Royalist, and remained faithful to the Bourbonsthrough the Hundred Days. He met King Louis XVIIIduring that period, through Baron Louis, and the king rewarded his service by appointing him prefect of policeat Paris on 9 July 1815. His marked success in that difficult position won for him the ministry of police, in succession to Fouché, on 24 September.

The euro-region’s defenses are being breached.
Investors today propelled Italy’s 10-year bond yield to close at a euro-era high of 7.25 percent after the promised exit of Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi failed to convince them that his country can slash Europe’s second-largest debt burden.
The biggest signal yet that the single currency’s third- largest economy is falling prey to its two-year debt crisis forces German Chancellor Angela Merkel, European Central Bank President Mario Draghi and their peers to decide just how far they’re willing to go to defend the euro.
“The market is testing the commitment of the euro zone’s stewards,” said Eric Chaney, Paris-based chief economist at insurer AXA SA and a former official in the French Finance Ministry. “Italy is the real crisis battleground.”
At 1.9 trillion euros ($2.6 trillion), Italy’s debt exceeds that of Greece, Spain, Portugal and Ireland combined, though unlike those nations, it has systemic importance as the world’s third-largest bond market and eighth-biggest economy. Berlusconi’s offer to quit has still left his nation struggling to produce a government stable enough to deliver austerity after LCH Clearnet SA raised the deposit it demands for trading Italian securities.
‘Ugly’ Outlook
“While Italy is considered too big to fail, she may be too big to save unless there is a major change of attitude towards resolving the crisis,” said John Higgins, an economist at Capital Economics Ltd. in London. “Things could be about to turn very ugly.”
The yield on Italy’s 10-year bond today surged 48 basis points to levels which previously drove Greece, Ireland and Portugal to seek international bailouts. Credit-default swaps on Italy’s government bonds jumped 12 basis points to a record 551, according to CMA prices.
Investors want “a signal that Italy has taken control of its accounts and is increasing the competitiveness of the system,” Marco Tronchetti Provera, Chairman of Pirelli & C. SpA, Europe’s third-biggest maker of tires, told reporters in London today. “Parliament has to take action soon.”
Global pressure on Rome is building days after Group of 20 leaders decried the inability of European counterparts to defeat a crisis now in its third year and threatening global growth.
IMF Visit
International Monetary Fund fiscal monitors are due to visit the Italian capital, and European Union Economic and Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn says he wants answers to “very specific questions” on economic pledges by the weekend. U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron today said Italian interest rates are “getting to a totally unsustainable level.”
“This is a form of meltdown,” said Marc Ostwald, a fixed- income strategist at Monument Securities Ltd. in London. “I would imagine the telephones between international finance ministries and central banks are in danger of running so hot they’ll melt down themselves.”
While Berlusconi said yesterday he’d step down as soon as parliament passes cost-cutting steps pledged to EU leaders, a vote on the measures may not come for days. His vow to quit came after he failed to muster an absolute majority on a routine parliamentary vote. He is also seeking elections which may delay reform further.
EFSF Backstop
Failure to restore order may leave Italy joining Greece, Portugal and Ireland in seeking outside help. The first port of call would likely be the 440-billion euro European Financial Stability Facility. A country can now tap a precautionary promise of support of up to 10 percent of its gross domestic product — about 160 billion euros in Italy’s case.
German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble today told lawmakers that Italy should request aid from the EFSF if it needs it, two people present at the Berlin meeting said.
Higgins at Capital Economics said Italy needs about 650 billion euros to keep out of markets for the next three years, rising to 700 billion euros with support for its banks. Another alternative is the EFSF buys Italian bonds in markets, he said.
A problem is that the rescue fund has about 270 billion euros left after subtracting commitments to Greece, Portugal and Ireland. Governments also have yet to flesh out last month’s promise to boost its spending power to 1 trillion euros. With Italy facing bond maturities of about 475 billion euros in the next three years, Citigroup Inc. and Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc are among those saying the fund needs at least double that amount to insulate Italy and Spain.
Too Big
“It’s hard to see that Europe would have the resources to take a country the size of Italy into the bailout program,” Finnish Prime Minister Jyrki Katainen said yesterday.
Such dilemmas could push Italy into the arms of the IMF, days after Berlusconi said he turned down a credit line with the Washington-based lender. With G-20 leaders debating whether and how to boost the IMF’s $391 billion war chest to assist Europe’s crisis-fighting, Managing Director Christine Lagarde today warned of a potential “lost decade” for the world economy.
“The bazooka approach would be an IMF-led solution backed by the U.S., China and others,” said Fredrik Erixon, head of the European Centre for International Political Economy in Brussels.
There is mounting pressure on the Frankfurt-based ECB — now helmed by the Italian Draghi — to bolster a bond-buying program which it deployed as recently as today to ease Italy’s strains. Another proposal is for the central bank to provide an unlimited guarantee of Italy’s debt in the hope that would remind investors it’s struggling with liquidity not insolvency and to buy it time to pass debt-reducing policies.
‘House Is on Fire’
“The house is on fire,” said Dante Roscini, a lecturer at Harvard Business School and former chief executive officer of Morgan Stanley in Italy. “The ECB needs to print money and buy Italian bonds, it’s the only way to put the fire out.”
The time may still not have come for the ECB to power-up, given central bankers would first want Italy to earn support by showing how it will eventually deliver budget discipline, said Ken Wattret, chief euro-zone market economist at BNP Paribas SA.
“The ECB will only intervene in a limited way when there’s a clearer path towards a more fundamental overhaul of the economy,” he said.
Internal politics and ideology may stay the ECB’s hand permanently despite its prior willingness to rewrite its rulebook. Since May 2010 the ECB has limited its bond buying to 183 billion, and Bundesbank President Jens Weidmann yesterday said the central bank cannot bail governments out, citing Germany’s experience of hyperinflation after World War

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