Almost six centuries ago, Charles VII puts back the city of Aubigny to Jean Stuart de Darnley ( 1423 ), the most prestigious of the leaders of the Scottish army which allowed him to put an end to the One hundred years war in the name of Auld Alliance (treated with mutual help between France and the Scotland concluded in the XIIIth century).
Bérault and Robert Stuart, comrades-in-arms of the knight Bayard and the contemporaries of Léonard de Vinci, made build the castles of Aubigny and La Verrerie. In 1512, a gigantic fire ruins the Town of Stuarts. Robert raises it, he will cost him three forests where from the beautiful houses with timber framings which we see today.
Impulsed by Stuarts and regulated by Colbert, the industry and the business of the sheet made the reputation of Aubigny inhabitants.
Louise de Kéroualle, Duchess of Portsmouth, received from Louis XIV, the Duchy-meadow of Aubigny. She embellishes the castles of Stuarts and bequeathed us magnificent gardens inspired by Le Nôtre.