Les comtes de Candale étaient une branche de la maison de Foix de la fin du Moyen Âge et du début de l'époque moderne.La maison des Foix-Candale est issue de Gaston de Foix, comte de Benauges, second fils d'Isabelle de Foix-Castelbon, comtesse de Foix et d'Archambaud de Grailly. Le fils de Gaston, Jean de Foix, épousa Margaret de La Pole, une héritière de l'aristocratie anglaise apparentée à la maison de Lancastre.

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  • Les comtes de Candale étaient une branche de la maison de Foix de la fin du Moyen Âge et du début de l'époque moderne.La maison des Foix-Candale est issue de Gaston de Foix, comte de Benauges, second fils d'Isabelle de Foix-Castelbon, comtesse de Foix et d'Archambaud de Grailly. Le fils de Gaston, Jean de Foix, épousa Margaret de La Pole, une héritière de l'aristocratie anglaise apparentée à la maison de Lancastre. Il fut créé earl of Kendal en 1446, titre connu sous sa transposition française de comte de Candale. En 1462, il transféra son allégeance de l'Angleterre à la France, ce qui fut compris par la cour anglaise comme un abandon de son titre. Lui et ses descendants continuèrent néanmoins à faire usage du titre de comte de Candale.
  • Hertog van Kendal (Engels: duke of Kendal) is een Engelse adellijke titel. Hij werd slechts twee maal gecreëerd.Van de titel graaf van Kendal waren al eerder creaties geweest. De eerste drager van de hertogelijke titel was Karel Stuart, de derde zoon van koning Jacobus II van Engeland en Schotland. Hij ontving de titel bij zijn geboorte in 1666. Het jaar erop overleed hij en daarmee stierf ook de titel uit.De titel werd voor de tweede maal gecreëerd in 1719 voor Melusine von der Schulenburg, maîtresse van koning George I van Groot-Brittannië, samen met de titels gravin van Ferversham en barones Glastonbury. De titels werden gegeven voor het leven en vielen na haar dood weer aan de kroon.
  • The titles of Earl of Kendal and Duke of Kendal have been created several times, usually for people with some connection to the royal family.The first creation was for John, 4th son of King Henry IV, who was created Earl of Kendal, Earl of Richmond and Duke of Bedford in 1414. The titles became extinct at his death.The second creation was for John Beaufort, 3rd Earl of Somerset, a grandson of John of Gaunt, who was created Earl of Kendal and Duke of Somerset in 1443. He died the following year, when the titles became extinct.The third creation was for Jean de Foix, vicomte de Castillon, who was created Earl of Kendal in 1446. He gave allegiance to the King of France in 1462, and is thereby presumed to have forfeited his English peerage. However, his descendants in France (and, later, in Spain) continued to use the title under the name 'Candale' (or 'Candal').The next Kendal creation was for Prince Rupert of the Rhine, nephew of King Charles I and a Royalist commander in the Civil War, who is sometimes (perhaps erroneously) said to have been created Baron Kendal along with the other titles of Earl of Holdernesse and Duke of Cumberland in 1644. This Kendal title, if it ever existed, became extinct on his death without legitimate issue.The first use of Kendal as a ducal title was in 1666, when Charles Stuart, son of the Duke of York, was given the titles of Duke of Kendal, Earl of Wigmore and Baron Holdenby. He died the following year, when these titles became extinct.The next creation was for Prince George of Denmark, the husband of Princess (later Queen) Anne, who was created Duke of Cumberland, Earl of Kendal and Baron Wokingham in 1689. He died without surviving issue, and the titles became extinct.The next creation was for Ehrengard von der Schulenberg, Duchess of Munster, the mistress of King George I, who was created Duchess of Kendal, Countess of Feversham and Baroness Glastonbury in 1719. These titles were for life only and expired with their first holder.The last Kendal creation was for James Lowther, who was created Baron Kendal, Baron Burgh, Baron Lowther, Viscount Lowther, Viscount Lonsdale and Earl of Lonsdale in 1784. These titles became extinct at his death.In 1816, at the time of the marriage of Princess Charlotte of Wales (daughter of the Prince Regent) to Prince Leopold of Saxe-Coburg, it was announced that the groom was to be created Duke of Kendal. However, in the end this never happened.
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  • Les comtes de Candale étaient une branche de la maison de Foix de la fin du Moyen Âge et du début de l'époque moderne.La maison des Foix-Candale est issue de Gaston de Foix, comte de Benauges, second fils d'Isabelle de Foix-Castelbon, comtesse de Foix et d'Archambaud de Grailly. Le fils de Gaston, Jean de Foix, épousa Margaret de La Pole, une héritière de l'aristocratie anglaise apparentée à la maison de Lancastre.
  • Hertog van Kendal (Engels: duke of Kendal) is een Engelse adellijke titel. Hij werd slechts twee maal gecreëerd.Van de titel graaf van Kendal waren al eerder creaties geweest. De eerste drager van de hertogelijke titel was Karel Stuart, de derde zoon van koning Jacobus II van Engeland en Schotland. Hij ontving de titel bij zijn geboorte in 1666.
  • The titles of Earl of Kendal and Duke of Kendal have been created several times, usually for people with some connection to the royal family.The first creation was for John, 4th son of King Henry IV, who was created Earl of Kendal, Earl of Richmond and Duke of Bedford in 1414. The titles became extinct at his death.The second creation was for John Beaufort, 3rd Earl of Somerset, a grandson of John of Gaunt, who was created Earl of Kendal and Duke of Somerset in 1443.
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