Pierre-Paul de La Grandière


NationalityFrench 
RolesNaval Sailor, Administrator 
Date of Birth28.6.1807 - Redon , Ille-et-Vilaineref:631
First Known Service5.1823ref:631
WifeMarie Augustine du Marc'Hallac'H - Married 20.7.1847 - Le Pérennou , Plomelin , Finistèreref:631
UncleChevalier Pierre-Marie Martin de La Grandière (1765-1827)ref:631
UncleChevalier Dominique Marie Claude de La Grandière (d.1795)ref:631
GrandfatherChevalier Charles-Marie de La Grandière (Seigneur de Boisgauthier) (1729-1812)ref:631
Last Known Service1869ref:631
Date of Death25.8.1876 - Quimper ref:631

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
8.1820 Angoulême Marine Collegeref:631
5.1823 Aspirant de Seconde Classeref:631
5.1825 Aspirant de Première Classeref:631
1827 Combat of Navarin in september Greece. Campaigns in the Antilles.ref:631
9.1827 Enseigne de Vaisseauref:631
5.1833 Lieutenant de Vaisseauref:631
1836 La Minerve (58), Lieutenant de Vaisseauref:631
1838 Stands out during the blockade of Buenos-Aires and commands a column to attack Martin Garcia.ref:631
9.1840 Capitaine de Frégateref:631
1841 Calypso (44), Capitaine de Frégate, capitaine en secondref:631
1843 Commanding "Dupetit-Thouars" , station in Brazil and La Plata.ref:631
1848 Command the "Epervier" in Lorient, then the "Méléagre" in Newfoundland.ref:631
1849 Kamchatka Campaign during the Crimean War.ref:631
5.1849 Capitaine de Vaisseauref:631
1854 Directs the landing of Petropavlovsk.ref:631
1859 Le Breslaw (90), Capitaine de Vaisseau and Commanding Officerref:631
1860 Commands the "Mogador" and the Syrian Naval Division.ref:631
31.3.1861 Appointed Chevalierde l'Ordre Equestre du Saint-Sépulcre de Jérusalemref:631
12.1861 Contre-Amiralref:631
1863 Commander-in-chief of the Naval Station of Cochinchina , flag on the Duperré.ref:631
1863 Duperré (74), as Flag Officer, Contre-Amiralref:631
18631869Appointed Gouverneur

of Cochinchina (Vietnam du Sud)

ref:631
9.1865 Vice-Amiralref:631
1866 Appointed Commandeurde l'Ordre de Pie IXref:631
1867 Appointed Grand Officier de la Légion d'Honneurref:631
1867 Annex the provinces of Vinh-Long , Chau Doc and Haitien .ref:631
1869 Governor and Commander-in-Chief of the Navy in Cochinchina, his deputies are: Ange ESNOL, Major of the garrison in Saigon, Chief of the Marine infantry battalion; Pierre FARON, Brigadier General, Commander of the troops, Gustave de GUILHERMY, Lieutenant-Colonel, Director of artillery; Paul VIAL, Lieutenant of the Navy, Director of the Interior; Baptiste DELAPLANE, Battalion Commander, Commander of the 1st RIMA detachment, Louis DELATOUCHE, Lt-Colonel, Commander of the 2nd RIMA detachment; Auguste CHAUDIÈRE, Commander of the 3rd RIMA detachment; Arthur Ernest de TRENTINIAN, Lt-Colonel, Commander of the 4th RIMA detachment; Noël JORE, Marine Commissioner, Head of the Administrative Department; Marie LALLUYEAUX d'ORMAY, Head of the Health Service.ref:631
27.7.1870 Sénateurref:631

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