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Henry Greffulhe

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Occupation  Politician
Children  Élaine Greffulhe
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Full Name  Henry Jules Charles Emmanuel Greffulhe
Relatives  Armand de Gramont (son-in-law)
Died  31 March 1932, 8th arrondissement of Paris, Paris, France
Spouse  Élisabeth, Countess Greffulhe
Parents  Louis-Charles Greffulhe, Félicité-Pauline-Marie de la Rochefoucauld d'Estissac
Grandparents  Alexandre Jules de La Rochefoucauld
People also search for  Élisabeth, Countess Greffulhe, Élaine Greffulhe, Louis-Charles Greffulhe

Count Henry Greffulhe (1848-1932) was a French heir, socialite and politician. He was the son of Louis-Charles Greffuhle and his wife, Félicité-Pauline-Marie de la Rochefoucauld d'Estissac.

He was a personal friend of author Marcel Proust. He was one of the main inspirations for the character of the duc de Guermantes in Proust’s novel, À la recherche du temps perdu.

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