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Raymond Phélypeaux

Raymond Phélypeaux
Statue of Raymond Phélypeaux from the Château de Versailles
Died 2 May 1629
Nationality French
Occupation Administrator
Known for Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs

Raymond Phélypeaux, seigneur d'Herbault et de La Vrillière (died 2 May 1629) was a French politician.

Raymond Phélypeaux was son of Louis Phélypeaux, lord of La Cave and La Vrillière.[1] His family could be traced

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