Louis de Culant
information : seal of 1418, armorial Berry Herald,
armorial Le Blancq)
Admiral of France.
Louis de CULANT (or Culan).
Titles of nobility
of Châteauneuf en Berry (Châteauneuf-sur-Cher, Cher), Lord of Culan (Cher)
and Ainay-le-Vieil (Cher).
bailli of Senlis (1417), admiral of France (1421-1439).
Guichard de Culant († c. 1413), Lord of Saint-Amand, La Creste and Chaugy.
Isabeau de Brosse.
: Gaucelin de Culant (1350-ap.1353),
Lord of Saint-Amand.
Louis de Brosse (1304-1356), Lord of Boussac and Sainte-Sévère, and
Constance de La Tour d'Auvergne.
Jeanne de Châtillon, Lady of La Palice.
: Azure semy mullets Or, a lion
Or armed and lampassed Sable, a label Gules.
: a lion’s
head Or lampassed Sable in a vol Or, with a wreath Azure and
Gules, mantled Or doubled Azure.
Presence at the side of Joan of
Arc in :
Orléans, Jargeau, Meung, Beaugency, Patay, Reims, Paris.
Louis de Culant (or Culan), Baron of Châteauneuf-sur-Cher, Lord of Culant
and Ainay-le-Vieil, was admiral of France in 1421. He will be
dispossessed of this office in 1437, accused of misappropriation of
in the second the royal army to the relief of
Orleans, as lieutenant of the marshal of Boussac (he was his
participated to the battles of Jargeau, Meung, Beaugency and