Pierre Brûlart, marquis de Sillery

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Pierre Brûlart, marquis de Sillery, viscount Puisieux, baron Grand Pressigny (1583 – April 22, 1640) was a Foreign minister of France under Louis XIII.

He was son of Nicolas Brûlart, marquis de Sillery, 1544–1624 and Claude Prudhomme.1

He married Magdalena de Neufville (d. 1613), in 1606 (without issue). He married Charlotte d'Estampes (ca. 1597–1677) on January 11, 1615; they had children:

  • Charlotte 1619–1697
  • Roger Louis 1619–1691
  • Nicolas
  • Claude
  • Mary Eleanor 1687
  • Françoise
  • Eleanor Adam 1699

Offices

  • Ambassador to Spain
  • Secretary of State
  • Treasurer orders France
  • Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, April 24, 1617 to March 11, 1626

References

  1. ^ Richelieu et la maison de Savoie: l'ambassade de Paricelli Gabriel comte de Mun 1907 -"(1) Nicolas Brûlart de Sillery, chancelier de France (1544-1624), un des plénipotentiaires de Vervins (1599) et le ... (2) Pierre Brûlart, marquis de Puisieux (1583-1640), fils du précédent, fut pourvu à dix-sept ans d'une charge.. "
Political offices
Preceded by
Cardinal Richelieu
Foreign Minister of France
24 April 1617 – 11 March 1626
Succeeded by
Raymond Phelypeaux, seigneur d'Herbault
This article incorporates information from the revision as of 2009-04-20 of the equivalent article on the French Wikipedia.







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