| 7 February 1802|
| 15 January 1746 (1746-01-15) |
Godefroy de La Tour d'Auvergne
Louise Henriette Gabrielle de Lorraine
Landgravine Hedwig of Hesse-Rotenburg (m. 1766–1801)
House of La Tour d'Auvergne
Godefroy de La Tour d'Auvergne, Louise de Lorraine, Duchess of Bouillon
Charles Godefroy de La Tour d'Auvergne, Maria Karolina Sobieska, Charles Louis, Count of Marsan
Godefroy de La Tour d'Auvergne, Charles Godefroy de La To, Louise de Lorraine - Duchess, Maria Karolina Sobieska, Charles Louis - Count of
Jacques Léopold de La Tour d'Auvergne (Jacques Léopold Charles Godefroy; 15 January 1746 – 7 February 1802) was a member of the House of La Tour d'Auvergne, the Sovereign Dukes of Bouillon. He was the last Duke of Bouillon succeeding his father in 1792.
Jacques Léopold de La Tour d'Auvergne Wikipedia
The eldest and only surviving of four sons, he was born to the Prince and Princess of Turenne in 1746. From 1771, Jacques Léopold was styled as the Prince of Turenne as the heir of the Duchy of Bouillon.
A first cousin was Henri Louis de Rohan, the scandalous Prince of Guéméné
He married Hedwig of Hesse-Rotenburg, grand daughter of Ernest Leopold of Hesse-Rotenburg and Eleonore of Löwenstein-Wertheim-Rochefort. The couple were married at Carlsburg on 17 July 1766 but had no children.
He lived at the Château de Navarre, his French estate, prior to the revolution and succeeded his father in 1792. During the collapse of the Ancien Régime, the duchy of Bouillon was taken from him in 1794 and absorbed into France in October 1795. He was known as citoyen Léopold La Tour d'Auvergne during the revolution. However in 1800, he recovered the duchy but was obliged to pay off debts to the tune of 3 million Livres.
Jacques was the last Duke of Bouillon, and following the Napoleonic Wars the duchy was absorbed into the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The Princes of Guéméné today claim the Duchy of Bouillon as their own due to the marriage of Marie Louise (his aunt) and Jules de Rohan, Prince of Guéméné. He has no known descendants.15 January 1746 – 24 October 1771 His Highness The Prince of Bouillon
24 October 1771 – 3 December 1792 His Highness The Prince of Turenne
3 December 1792 – 7 February 1802 His Highness The Duke of Bouillon