• Louise de La Vallière

    Louise de La Vallière

    Louise de La Vallière (Françoise Louise de La Baume Le Blanc; 6 August 1644 – 7 June 1710) was a mistress of Louis XIV of France from 1661 to 1667. She later became the Duchess of La Vallière and Duchess of Vaujours in her own right. She has no known surviving descendants. Louise was also very religious and she led a religious penance for herself near the end of her life.

  • Louise Françoise de la Vallière

  • Louise Françoise de La Baume Le Blanc de La Vallière

  • Louise De la Ramée

  • Louise de la Béraudière

    Louise de la Béraudière, known as La belle Rouhet (1530-1611) was a French court official. She served as Fille d'honneur to queen Catherine de Medici, and dame d'atour to the queen of France, Louise of Lorraine, from 1575 until 1590. She was known for her affair with king Antoine of Navarre.

  • Louise de La Fayette

    Louise Angélique Motier de la Fayette (8 November 1618 – 11 January 1665) was a French courtier and close friend and confidant of King Louis XIII. She later left the court and entered a convent. She was known for her influence upon the monarch both before and after she left the court.

  • Louise Geneviève de La Hye

    Louise Geneviève de Le Hye née Rousseau (8 March 1810 - 17 November 1838) was a French pianist, organist and composer, who sometimes used the pseudonym M. Leon Saint-Amons.

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