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Charles Arthur Tristan Languedoc de Noailles
Born (1771-02-14)February 14, 1771
Paris, France
Died February 2, 1834(1834-02-02) (aged 62)
Nationality French
Occupation Aristocrat
Politician
Spouse(s) Nathalie Lucie Léontine de Laborde
Children Rosalie Charlotte Antoinette Léontine de Noailles
Parents Philippe Louis de Noailles
Anne Louise Marie de Beauvau

Charles Arthur Tristan Languedoc de Noailles (1771-1834) was a French aristocrat and politician.

Biography[edit | edit source]

Early life[edit | edit source]

Charles Arthur Tristan Languedoc de Noailles was born on February 14, 1771 in Paris.[1] His father was Philippe Louis de Noailles (1752–1819), duc de Mouchy, and his mother, the duchesse Anne Louise Marie de Beauvau, Mademoiselle de Beauvau (1750–1834) (daughter of Charles Just de Beauvau and Marie Charlotte de la Tour d'Auvergne). He was educated in a military academy.[1]

Public service[edit | edit source]

Shortly after graduating, he assisted his uncle in the Alsace.[1] He was also a Knight of Malta.[1] Due to the French Revolution, when many aristocrats were beheaded, he left France in 1791 and served in the Army of Condé.[1] He then spent some time in England, only returning to France in 1800.[1]

In 1815, he was elected to the National Assembly for the Meurthe Department.[1] King Louis XVIII (1755-1824) appointed him Colonel and Knight in the Order of Saint Louis in 1814, Marshal of France in 1815, and Lieutenant-General in 1816.[1] He was also appointed Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece in 1820 and Officer of the Legion of Honour in 1823.

After the death of his father in 1819, he served as the sixth Prince of Poix, the 3rd Spanish Duke of Mouchy, the 2nd French Duke of Mouchy, and the Duke of Poix.[1][2]

Marriage and progeny[edit | edit source]

In 1790, he married Nathalie Lucie Léontine de Laborde de Méréville (1774–1835), daughter of the financier Jean-Joseph de Laborde.[1] They had a daughter:

Death[edit | edit source]

He died on February 2, 1834, at the age of sixty-three.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 Jean-Baptiste-Pierre-Jullien Courcelles, Histoire genealogique et heraldique des Pairs de France, des grands dignitaires de la couronne des principales familles nobles du royaume et des maisons princieres de l'Europe, precedee de la genealogie de la maison de france., pp. 79-80 [1]
  2. British Museum: Charles Arthur Jean Tristan Languedoc de Noailles
French nobility
Preceded by
Philippe-Louis-Marc-Antoine de Noailles
Duc de Mouchy
1819–1834
Succeeded by
Antonin Claude Dominique Just de Noailles

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