Jean de Noailles
Jean-Louis-Paul-François de Noailles, 5th Duke of Noailles (26 October 1739, Paris – 20 October 1824) was a French nobleman and was the fifth Duke of Noailles. He first became known for his efforts as a chemist which gained him the election as a member of the Académie des sciences in 1777. He was also a Knight of the Order of the Golden Fleece. Having emigrated in 1792, he lived in Switzerland until the Restoration in 1814, when he took his seat as a peer of France.
|Jean de Noailles|
|Duke of Noailles|
|Born||Jean-Louis-Paul-François de Noailles|
26 October 1739
|Died||20 October 1824(aged 84)|
Henriette Anne Louise d'Aguesseau
(m. 1755; her death 1794)
Baroness Wilhelmine Justine of Mosheim
(m. 1796; his death 1824)
Adrien Paul Louis
Anne Jeanne Baptiste Louise
Françoise Antoinette Louise
Anne Paule Dominique
Angélique Françoise d'Assise Rosalie
|Father||Louis, 4th duc de Noailles|
|Mother||Cathérine Françoise Charlotte de Cossé-Brissac|
Marriage and childrenEdit
His first wife, Henriette Anne Louise d'Aguesseau and the couple had several children;
- Adrien Paul Louis de Noailles (17 September 1756 – 7 September 1757).
- Louise de Noailles (11 November 1758 – 22 July 1794), who married her cousin the Viscount of Noailles
- Adrienne de Noailles (2 November 1759 – 24 December 1807) married Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette
- A daughter (born and died 11 December 1760).
- Françoise Antoinette Louise de Noailles (3 September 1763 – 3 August 1788), Countess of Thezan du Pourjol.
- Anne Paule Dominique de Noailles (22 June 1766 – 29 January 1839) married Joachim de Montagu-Beaune, Marquis of Pouzols
- Rosalie de Noailles (1 August 1767 – 16 February 1833), married Théodule de Grammont, Marquis of Grammont.
- Louis Gabriel de Noailles (19 August 1768 – 26 July 1770).