Louise Boyer

Anne Louise Boyer

Louise Boyer
Spouse(s) Anne de Noailles
Father Antoine Boyer
Mother Françoise de Wignacourt
Died 12 May 1697

Anne Louise, Duchess of Noailles (died 12 May 1697, in Paris), was a French courtier. She served as dame d'atour to the queen dowager of France, Anne of Austria, from 1657 until 1666.

She was the daughter of Antoine Boyer Lord of Sainte-Geneviève-des-Bois, she married Anne de Noailles, who became 1st Duke of Noailles in 1646. He preceded her, dying on 15 February 1678. She did not remarry and died in Paris 12 May 1697.[1]

She had two notable children:[2]



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