The Duke of Tresmes (Fr.: duc de Tresmes) was a title in the peerage of France from 1648 to 1670, at which point the title was changed to Duke of Gesvres. Thereafter, the Duke of Gesvres was sometimes referred to as the "Duke of Tresmes and Gesvres" and the title "Duke of Tresmes" was used as a courtesy title for the eldest son of the Duke of Gesvres and "Count of Tresmes" for younger sons.

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  • The Duke of Tresmes (Fr.: duc de Tresmes) was a title in the peerage of France from 1648 to 1670, at which point the title was changed to Duke of Gesvres. Thereafter, the Duke of Gesvres was sometimes referred to as the "Duke of Tresmes and Gesvres" and the title "Duke of Tresmes" was used as a courtesy title for the eldest son of the Duke of Gesvres and "Count of Tresmes" for younger sons. (en)
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  • The Duke of Tresmes (Fr.: duc de Tresmes) was a title in the peerage of France from 1648 to 1670, at which point the title was changed to Duke of Gesvres. Thereafter, the Duke of Gesvres was sometimes referred to as the "Duke of Tresmes and Gesvres" and the title "Duke of Tresmes" was used as a courtesy title for the eldest son of the Duke of Gesvres and "Count of Tresmes" for younger sons. (en)
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  • Duke of Tresmes (en)
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