• Louis de Brézé

    Louis de Brézé

    Louis de Brézé, Seigneur d'Anet and Comte de Maulevrier (died 23 July 1531) was a French nobleman, the grandson of King Charles VII of France by his natural daughter with his mistress Agnès Sorel.

  • Louis de Beausobre

    Louis Isaac de Beausobre (19 August 1730 – 3 December 1783) was a German philosopher and political economist of French Huguenot descent. He was born in Berlin, the son of the French Protestant churchman and ecclesiastical historian Isaac de Beausobre and his second wife, Charlotte Schwarz. He is not to be confused with his elder half-brother, the pastor and theologian Charles Louis de Beausobre (1690–1753).

  • Louis De Ridder

    Louis De Ridder

    Louis De Ridder (9 June 1902 – 5 May 1981) was a Belgian athlete who competed in ice hockey, speed skating and bobsleigh at the 1924 and 1936 Winter Olympics. His best achievement was fifth place in the four-man bobsleigh event in 1936. As a speed skater, he placed 19th in both the 500 m and 1500 m events in 1924. He was part of the Belgian ice hockey teams that finished 7th and 13th in 1924 and 1936, respectively. He won two medals at the Ice Hockey European Championships in 1924 and 1927.

  • Louis de Vilmorin

    Pierre Louis François Lévêque de Vilmorin (1816–March 22, 1860), usually referred to as Louis de Vilmorin, the grandson of Philippe André de Vilmorin, and a member of the family firm of Vilmorin-Andrieux, devoted his life to biology and chemistry, with a focus on the breeding and cultivation of plants.

  • Louis de Chastillon

    Louis de Chastillon (c.1639–1734) was a French painter in enamel and miniature, and an engraver.

  • Louis de Bourbon, Bishop of Liege

  • Louis de Cazenave

    Louis de Cazenave

    Louis de Cazenave (October 16, 1897 – January 20, 2008) was, at the time of his death, the oldest surviving French veteran of World War I.

  • Louis de Gramont, 6th Duke of Gramont

    Louis of Gramont (29 May 1689 – Battle of Fontenoy, 11 May 1745) was Duke of Gramont and a French general in the War of Austrian Succession.

  • Louis de Marillac

    Jean-Louis de Marillac, comte de Beaumont-le-Roger (1572 – 10 May 1632) was an important French noble and military leader during the reign of Louis XIII. He held the office of Marshal of France, as well as lieutenant-general of Trois-Évêchés and governor of Metz.

  • Charles Louis de Frédy, Baron de Coubertin

    Charles Louis de Frédy, Baron de Coubertin (1822–1908) was a French aristocrat and painter. He married a woman from Normandy, Agathe Marie Marcelle Gigault de Crisenoy, with whom he had four children. He was the father of Pierre de Coubertin, founder of the modern Olympic Games. He has been called "a mediocre if fashionable academic painter", and a "somewhat gifted painter of religious and historical subjects". In 1865 he received the Légion d'Honneur for his artistic work.

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