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Charles de La Porte (1602, Paris – 8 February 1664, Paris) was a French nobleman and general. He was marquis then duke of La Meilleraye, duke of Rethel and peer of France, baron of Parthenay and of Saint-Maixent, count of Secondigny, seigneur of Le Boisliet, La Lunardière, La Jobelinière and Villeneuve. In 1639 he became Marshal of France after taking Hesdin.In 1642, after a ten months-siege, he conquered Perpignan and Salses-le-Château, completing the conquest of Roussillon.

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  • Charles de La Porte (né en 1602 à Paris, mort le 8 février 1664 à Paris), marquis puis duc de La Meilleraye, duc de Rethel et pair de France, baron de Parthenay et de Saint-Maixent, comte de Secondigny, seigneur du Boisliet, de La Lunardière, de La Jobelinière, de Villeneuve, est un gentilhomme et militaire français du XVIIe siècle. Il est fait maréchal de France en 1639.
  • Charles de La Porte (1602, Paris – 8 February 1664, Paris) was a French nobleman and general. He was marquis then duke of La Meilleraye, duke of Rethel and peer of France, baron of Parthenay and of Saint-Maixent, count of Secondigny, seigneur of Le Boisliet, La Lunardière, La Jobelinière and Villeneuve. In 1639 he became Marshal of France after taking Hesdin.In 1642, after a ten months-siege, he conquered Perpignan and Salses-le-Château, completing the conquest of Roussillon.
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  • Charles de La Porte (né en 1602 à Paris, mort le 8 février 1664 à Paris), marquis puis duc de La Meilleraye, duc de Rethel et pair de France, baron de Parthenay et de Saint-Maixent, comte de Secondigny, seigneur du Boisliet, de La Lunardière, de La Jobelinière, de Villeneuve, est un gentilhomme et militaire français du XVIIe siècle. Il est fait maréchal de France en 1639.
  • Charles de La Porte (1602, Paris – 8 February 1664, Paris) was a French nobleman and general. He was marquis then duke of La Meilleraye, duke of Rethel and peer of France, baron of Parthenay and of Saint-Maixent, count of Secondigny, seigneur of Le Boisliet, La Lunardière, La Jobelinière and Villeneuve. In 1639 he became Marshal of France after taking Hesdin.In 1642, after a ten months-siege, he conquered Perpignan and Salses-le-Château, completing the conquest of Roussillon.
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