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Pierre Brûlart, marquis de Sillery

Pierre Brûlart, marquis de Sillery, viscount Puisieux, baron Grand Pressigny (1583 – 22 April 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 11 January 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, 24 April 1617 to 11 March 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
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