Grand Masters of the Order of Saint Lazarus (statuted 1910)

The Grand Master of the Order of Saint Lazarus (statuted 1910) is the leader of a fraternal order claiming legacy and contingency to the medieval Catholic military order, the Order of Saint Lazarus.

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It claims continuity by assertion that during the period from 1814 to 1841, the order was under the direction of the Council of Officers with King Louis XVIII (1814-1824) and King Charles X (1824-1831) as Protectors of the joint Orders, and was then passed on, evolving into the current list of Grand Masters.

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The Order lost its Royal Protection in 1831 but, according to some pretensions, continued to function under the direction of the Council of Officers.[1]

Order Name Image Title Date installed Term ended Term of office Comments Notes
Claude-Louis, Prince de la Châtre Administrator General de Ordres Royaux, Militaires et Hospitaliers de Notre-Dame du Mont-Carmel et de Saint-Lazare de Jérusalem Réunis 1814 1824 9–10 years
Jean-Louis de Beaumont, Marquis d’Autichamp President of the Council of Officers de Ordres Royaux, Militaires et Hospitaliers de Notre-Dame du Mont-Carmel et de Saint-Lazare de Jérusalem Réunis 1824 1831 6–7 years Members of the Council of Officers (1831-1841): Father Picot, Comte Vincent Vienot de Vaublanc, Baron de Silvestre.
Members of the Council of Officers de Ordres Royaux, Militaires et Hospitaliers de Notre-Dame du Mont-Carmel et de Saint-Lazare de Jérusalem Réunis 1831 1841 9–10 years Members of the Council of Officers: Father Picot, Comte Vincent Vienot de Vaublanc, Baron de Silvestre.

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