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Louis Antoine de Pardaillan de Gondrin

Louis Antoine de Pardaillan de Gondrin French nobleman

French nobleman
The basics
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Intro French nobleman
A.K.A. Louis Antoine Pardaillan De Gondrin
Was Noble Aristocrat Military personnel
From France
Type Military Royals
Gender male
Birth 5 September 1664, Paris, France
Death 2 November 1736, Paris, France (aged 72 years)
Star sign VirgoVirgo
Family
Mother: Françoise-Athénaïs, marquise de Montespan
Father: Louis Henri de Pardaillan de Gondrin
Siblings: Louise Marie Anne de BourbonMarie Christine de Pardaillan de GondrinLouis César, Count of VexinLouis Alexandre, Count of ToulouseLouis Auguste, Duke of MaineFrançoise Marie de BourbonLouise Françoise de Bourbon, Duchess of Bourbon
Spouse: Julie Françoise de Crussol d'Uzès
Children: Pierre de Pardaillan de GondrinLouis de Pardaillan de Gondrin (1688–1712)
The details
Biography

Louis Antoine de Pardaillan (5 September 1664 – 2 November 1736), marquis of Antin, Gondrin and Montespan (1701), then 1st Duke of Antin (1711) was a French nobleman. He was painted by Rigaud.

Biography

The legitimate son of Louis Henri de Pardaillan, marquis of Montespan, and Madame de Montespan, he was carefully raised by his father at the Château de Bonnefont in Gascony with his older sister, Marie Christine who while the family were living there. He came to court in 1683. He then set out on a military career, with his father gaining him a commission as lieutenant.

Thanks to his 1686 marriage, he was able to enter the circle of the Grand Dauphin. His wife, Julie Françoise de Crussol (1669–1742) was a grand daughter of Charles de Sainte Maure, Duke of Montausier and a great grand daughter of the famous marquise de Rambouillet.

He was also an ally of his half-brothers the Duke of Maine and the Count of Toulouse, legitimised bastard children of Madame de Montespan and Louis XIV. However, despite his best efforts, he was unable to win the king's favour and, after he made an error in maneuvering his troops at the battle of Ramillies he was even dismissed from the army in 1707.

Yet, later in 1707, Madame de Montespan's death brought her son Louis Antoine the bequest of Château de Petit-Bourg at Évry-sur-Seine and, more importantly, royal favour when he was finally rewarded by being made governor of the Orléanais (1707) then head of the Bâtiments du Roi (1708). In the latter role he gained particular access to the king.

In 1711, Louis XIV promoted the marquisate of Antin into a "duché-pairie", and in 1724 d'Antin became a knight of the Ordre du Saint-Esprit.

An excellent organiser with a natural aptitude for command, he knew how to please and how to smooth out difficulties, enriching himself greatly from the Law system. As head of the Bâtiments, the duke of Antin supervised works on Versailles. A confidant to Louis XIV and his architectural projects (such as the Salon d'Hercule), he managed to complete them under Louis XV.

Antin opened new marble mines in southern France, such as that at Beyrède, which supplied a marble that was named "brèche d'Antin" after him, which was the preferred marble of Louis XIV and used for several of Versailles' fireplaces, such as the monumental one in the Salon d'Hercule.

In 1692 he bought the château de Bellegarde at Bellegarde, which he rebuilt at the start of the 18th century. He also rebuilt the gardens at château de Petit-Bourg before 1715, then around 1720 commissioned a new château from Pierre Cailleteau (known as "Lassurance"), whose construction was completed after the duke's death by Jacques V Gabriel. His Paris hôtel was in what is now the Chaussée-d'Antin, giving that area its current name. Under the Régence the duke of Antin came into political responsibilities. With the Polysynody he became president of the Council of Matters (Conseil du dedans).

After the suspension of the councils he remained on the Regency Council, in a purely honorific position which he left on 22 February 1722 at the same time as the other dukes and marshals. From 1722 onwards he retired more and more, that year renouncing his title of duke in favour of his grandson, and died in 1736 at his Paris Mansion in the Chaussée-d'Antin. His Paris mansion was later the hôtel de Richelieu, Paris seat of the Duke of Richelieu.

Issue

On 21 August 1686 he married Julie Françoise de Crussol, daughter of the Emmanuel de Crussol, Duke of Uzès and Marie Julie de Crussol, granddaughter of the Duke of Montausier. They had two children;

  1. Louis de Pardaillan (1689–1712), Marquis of Gondrin, whose first wife was Marie Victoire de Noailles and had issue;
  2. Pierre de Pardaillan (1692–1733), bishop-duke of Langres and member of the Académie française, never married.

Works

  • Mémoires, published by Just de Noailles, duc de Mouchy, Paris, Société des bibliophiles français, 1821
  • Discours de ma vie et de mes pensées, 1822
  • Le duc d'Antin et Louis XIV : rapports sur l'administration des bâtiments, annotés par le Roi, published with a preface by Jules Guiffrey, Paris, Académie des bibliophiles, 1869

Ancestry

16. Hector de Pardaillan, Baron of Montespan
16. Hector de Pardaillan, Baron of Montespan
8. Antoine Arnaud de Pardaillan, Marquis of Antin
17. Jeanne d'Antin, Dame of Antin
4. Roger Hector de Pardaillan de Gondrin, Marquis of Antin
18. Jean de Saint Lary, Seigneur of Thermes
9. Paule de Saint Lary
19. Anne de Villemur
2. Louis Henri de Pardaillan, Marquis of Monstespan
20. –
10. Baron Jean Zamet
21. –
5. Marie Christine de Zamet de Murat
22. Jacques de Goth
11. Jeanne de Goth, Dame of Rouillac
23. Hélène de Nogaret
1. Louis Antoine de Pardaillan de Gondrin
24. René de Rochechouart, Seigneur de Mortemart
12. Gaspard de Rochechouart, Marquis of Mortemart
25. Jeanne de Saulx de Tavannes
6. Gabriel de Rochechouart, Duke of Mortemart
26. Charles, Count of Maure
13. Louise de Maure, Countess of Maure
27. Diane de Pérusse des Cars, Princess of Carency
3. Françoise de Rochechouart, Madame de Montespan
28. Pierre de Grandsaigne, Seigneur of La Flotte
14. Jean de Grandseigne, Marquis of Marsillac
29. Françoise Baillard
7. Diane de Grandseigne
30. François de La Béraudière, Seigneur of Villechèze
15. Catherine de La Béraudière, Lady of Villenon
31. Anne Adrienne Frotier
16. Hector de Pardaillan, Baron of Montespan
8. Antoine Arnaud de Pardaillan, Marquis of Antin
17. Jeanne d'Antin, Dame of Antin
4. Roger Hector de Pardaillan de Gondrin, Marquis of Antin
18. Jean de Saint Lary, Seigneur of Thermes
9. Paule de Saint Lary
19. Anne de Villemur
2. Louis Henri de Pardaillan, Marquis of Monstespan
20. –
10. Baron Jean Zamet
21. –
5. Marie Christine de Zamet de Murat
22. Jacques de Goth
11. Jeanne de Goth, Dame of Rouillac
23. Hélène de Nogaret
1. Louis Antoine de Pardaillan de Gondrin
24. René de Rochechouart, Seigneur de Mortemart
12. Gaspard de Rochechouart, Marquis of Mortemart
25. Jeanne de Saulx de Tavannes
6. Gabriel de Rochechouart, Duke of Mortemart
26. Charles, Count of Maure
13. Louise de Maure, Countess of Maure
27. Diane de Pérusse des Cars, Princess of Carency
3. Françoise de Rochechouart, Madame de Montespan
28. Pierre de Grandsaigne, Seigneur of La Flotte
14. Jean de Grandseigne, Marquis of Marsillac
29. Françoise Baillard
7. Diane de Grandseigne
30. François de La Béraudière, Seigneur of Villechèze
15. Catherine de La Béraudière, Lady of Villenon
31. Anne Adrienne Frotier
8. Antoine Arnaud de Pardaillan, Marquis of Antin
17. Jeanne d'Antin, Dame of Antin
4. Roger Hector de Pardaillan de Gondrin, Marquis of Antin
18. Jean de Saint Lary, Seigneur of Thermes
9. Paule de Saint Lary
19. Anne de Villemur
2. Louis Henri de Pardaillan, Marquis of Monstespan
20. –
10. Baron Jean Zamet
21. –
5. Marie Christine de Zamet de Murat
22. Jacques de Goth
11. Jeanne de Goth, Dame of Rouillac
23. Hélène de Nogaret
1. Louis Antoine de Pardaillan de Gondrin
24. René de Rochechouart, Seigneur de Mortemart
12. Gaspard de Rochechouart, Marquis of Mortemart
25. Jeanne de Saulx de Tavannes
6. Gabriel de Rochechouart, Duke of Mortemart
26. Charles, Count of Maure
13. Louise de Maure, Countess of Maure
27. Diane de Pérusse des Cars, Princess of Carency
3. Françoise de Rochechouart, Madame de Montespan
28. Pierre de Grandsaigne, Seigneur of La Flotte
14. Jean de Grandseigne, Marquis of Marsillac
29. Françoise Baillard
7. Diane de Grandseigne
30. François de La Béraudière, Seigneur of Villechèze
15. Catherine de La Béraudière, Lady of Villenon
31. Anne Adrienne Frotier
French nobility
Preceded by
Louis Henri de
Pardaillan
Marquis of Antin
1691–1711
Succeeded by
Promoted to
Duke of Antin
Preceded by
New creation
Duke of Antin
1711–1722
Succeeded by
Louis de
Pardaillan
Political offices
Preceded by
Jules Hardouin Mansart
Director of the
Bâtiments du Roi

1708–1736
Succeeded by
Philibert Orry
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http://isni.org/isni/0000000120954010
http://data.bibliotheken.nl/id/thes/p131709631
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https://viaf.org/viaf/15
https://www.worldcat.org/identities/containsVIAFID/15
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