Marie D'Aubign'e

1587–1625 (Age 38)
Saintonge, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France

The Life of Marie

When Marie D'Aubign'e was born in 1587, in Saintonge, Charente-Maritime, Poitou-Charentes, France, her father, Theodore Agrippa D'Aubigne, was 35 and her mother, Suzanne van Lusignan de Lezay Vrouwe van Surimeau en Mursay, was 37. She married Josue de Caumont d'Adde in 1613, in France. She died in 1625, at the age of 38.

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Josue de Caumont d'Adde
Marie D'Aubign'e
Marriage: 1613

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    Josue de Caumont d'Adde




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World Events (3)

1598 · Edict of Nantes 

Age 11

Under the rule of Henry IV of France the Edict of Nantes was issued giving the people some religious liberty. The edict brought an end to the religious wars that were going on at the time. 

Age 23

Reigns of Louis XIII and Louis XIV. Royal power at its peak. France dominates Europe, French culture spreads. Start of large-scale sea trade.
1618 · 30 Years War

Age 31

Ferdinand II was trying to force the people to follow Catholicism. The 30 years war was a battle of religion with the Protestants and Catholics, in the Holy Roman Empire.

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