|Covid-19|Melchior de Polignac (1661-1742), French diplomat, Roman Catholic cardinal and neo-Latin poet
Jules de Polignac (1746–1817), became the first Duke of Polignac
Gabrielle de Polastron, duchesse de Polignac (1749–1793), wife of the first Duke of Polignac
Jules, prince de Polignac (1780–1847), promulgator of the July Ordinances
Alphonse de Polignac (1817–1890), French mathematician and number theorist
Camille Armand Jules Marie, Prince de Polignac (1832–1913), Confederate general at the Battle of Sabine Crossroads
Prince Edmond de Polignac (1834–1901), composer
Winnaretta Singer, princess Edmond de Polignac (1865–1943)
Pierre de Polignac (1895–1964), father of Rainier III, Prince of Monaco
Polignac family Wikipedia
Polignac is the name of a French noble family that took its name from the château de Polignac, of which they had been sieurs since Carolingian times.
In 1385, the male line became extinct, but the heiress married Guillaume, sire de Chalancon, who assumed the name and arms of Polignac. Jules de Polignac (1746–1817) became the first Duke of Polignac in 1780.