Lucien II Bourbon-Le Moyne

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Lucien II Bourbon-Le Moyne
Title: Prince (pretender)
 Term in office: 1941–February 10, 1985
 Predecessor: Lucien I Bourbon-Le Moyne
 Successor: Louis-Antoine Bourbon-Le Moyne
 Date: July 14, 1921
 Place: Québec City, New Francy
 Date: February 10, 1985
 Place: French Congo
Profession: Oil Magnate
Political Party: none
Religious Affiliation: Latin Rite Catholic


Lucien II Bourbon-Le Moyne is responsible for the current generations of royals' fortunes. Involved in oil production, Lucien II, or "Big Luc" as his contemporaries called him was constantly prospecting for oil to be developped to increase his family fortunes. He was killed in an uprising in French Congo at the age of 64.

Preceded by:
Lucien I Bourbon-Le Moyne
Prince of Louisianne
Succeeded by:
Louis-Antoine Bourbon-Le Moyne
King of France