County of Coligny
The rule Coligny-le-Neuf - owned by the Coligny family - was in the Bresse and Revermont (now the departments of Ain and Jura ). It was part of the old Principality of Coligny ( Principauté de Coligny or Souveraineté du Revermont ).
County and duchy of Coligny-le-Neuf
With the death of Henry-Gaspard de Coligny ( 1657 ), Gaspard III's grandson, the duchy became a county again. It went to the Pillot de Chenecey family, descended from the old princes of Coligny.
Count of Coligny
- Gaspard II. De Coligny , Count of Coligny (1517–1572), son of Gaspard de Coligny, Marshal of France
- François de Coligny , Count of Coligny (1557–1591), his son
- Henry de Coligny, Count of Coligny (1583–1601), his son
- Gaspard III. de Coligny , Count of Coligny (1584–1646), his brother
- Maurice de Coligny, Count of Coligny (1618–1644), his son
- Gaspard IV. De Coligny , Count of Coligny, 1648 Duke of Châtillon (1620–1649), his brother; Marshal of France
- Henry-Gaspard de Coligny, Duke of Châtillon (1649–1657), his posthumous son
- Henriette and Anne de Coligny, Countesses of Coligny, daughters of Gaspard III.
- Leopold Eberhard von Württemberg , Prince Count von Mömpelgard , Count von Coligny (1670–1723), son of Anne de Coligny and Duke Georg II von Württemberg-Mömpelgard
- Leopoldine Eberhardine von Württemberg, Countess von Coligny (1697–1786), daughter of Leopold Eberhard, wife of Karl Leopold von Sandersleben (1698–1768)
- Anne Elisabeth von Sandersleben, Countess von Coligny (1722–1793), her daughter, wife of
- Thomas de Pillot de Chenecey , Count and Margrave of Coligny (1713–1777)
Through this marriage, the two lords of Coligny-le-Neuf and Coligny-le-Vieil were reunited.
- Charles Ignace de Pillot de Chenecey, Count and Margrave of Coligny (1761–1799), his son
- Charles François Emmanuel de Pillot de Chenecey, Count and Margrave of Coligny (1781-1852), his son