Margraviate of Coligny
The rule Coligny-le-Vieil - owned by the Coligny family - was in Revermont (now the departments of Ain and Jura ) and had the place Coligny as the center. Coligny-le-Vieil was part of the old Principality of Coligny ( Principauté de Coligny or Souveraineté du Revermont ). She was raised to the Margraviate of Coligny.
In feudal times, Coligny-le-Vieil was part of the Free County of Burgundy , so it only became French under Louis XIV .
In 1617 Coligny-le-Vieil was raised by Archduke Albert VII of Austria in favor of Charles de Coligny (1564-1632), that of Gaspard II. De Coligny , Admiral of France , to the Margraviate of Coligny.
Marquis of Coligny
- Charles de Coligny , Margrave of Coligny (1564–1632), son of Gaspard II. De Coligny
- Clériadus de Coligny, Margrave of Coligny (approx. 1578–1644), whose cousin Coligny-le-Vieil acquired.
- Barbe de Coligny, Margravine of Coligny, his daughter, wife of Gilbert V. de Langheac
- Gilbert VI. de Langheac, Margrave of Coligny, their son
- Roger de Langheac, Margrave of Coligny, his son
- Elisabeth Charlotte Curie, wife of Leopold Eberhard von Württemberg , Count von Mömpelgard , Count of Coligny (1670–1723), son of Anne de Coligny and Duke Georg II von Württemberg-Mömpelgard ; In 1719 she received the margraviate of Coligny from Roger de Langheac.
- Anne Élisabeth von Sandersleben , granddaughter of Leopold-Eberhard von Württemberg, wife of
- Thomas de Pillot de Chenecey, Margrave and Count of Coligny
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