Gramont is the name of an old French aristocracy sex, that its names after the castle Gramont (splinter Agramunt) in the Southern French landscape Labourd (Niederpyrenäen) leads.
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- Antoine III. de Gramont (1604-1678), military and diplomat, marshal of France, became of Ludwig XIV. to the duke and Pair raised.
- Antoine V. de Gramont (1671-1725), duke of Gramont (mentioned of Guiche), 1724 marshal of France, grandchild of the previous
- Antoine Geneviève Héraclius Agénor de Gramont, duc de Gramont, geb. 7. June 1789 on the lock to Versailles, stood since in former times youth in close relations with the Bourbonen, particularly to the duke of Angoulême, was one of the most shining features in the aristokratischen France and applied at the yard of the Bourbonen as sample of the elegance and the taste. It died 3. March 1854.
- Antoine Alfred Agénor de Gramont, Herzog von Gramont and Fürst von Bidache, (1819-1880), son of the previous, frz. Diplomat and statesman
see also: Grammont
- W. H. Lewis: Assault on Olympus; the giant OF the House OF Gramont 1604 and 1678, New York, Harcourt, Brace between (1958)