François III Le Moyne de Bienville

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François III Le Moyne de Bienville
Title: Prince (pretender)
 Term in office: 1849–1851
 Predecessor: François II Le Moyne de Bienville
 Successor: Benoît I Le Moyne de Bienville
Birth:  
 Date: XXXX XX, XXXX
 Place: XXXX
Death:  
 Date: XXXX XX, XXXX
 Place: XXXX
Profession: none
Political Party: none
Religious Affiliation: Latin Rite Catholic

Biography

François III Le Moyne de Bienville, sometimes referred to as "Françoise the first", was the only son of François II, a domineering man who had squandered what little remained of the family fortunes, and any political clout with the ill-timed royalist coup of Louisianne. At the death of François II the title of Prince-in-exile passed to his son. At the time the family succeded largely in hushing up rumours of François' homosexuality, but within 20 years of his abdication he was openly referred to as "Françoise the first." When François' flamboyance threatened the family's membership in the budding League of Noble Emigrees he was quickly asked to abdicate. Following his abdication there is little public or private record of his existence.


Preceded by:
François II Le Moyne de Bienville
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Prince of Louisianne
(pretender)
Succeeded by:
Benoît I Le Moyne de Bienville
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