Rene Levasseur

RolesShip Builder 
Date of Birth1667 - Souligné-sous-Ballon, Unknownref:631
First Known Service1717ref:631
A.K.A.Le Vasseurref:631
Son Rene-Nicolas Levasseur (Seigneur de St-Armand) (1707-1784)ref:631
Last Known Service13.2.1727ref:631
Date of Death13.2.1727 - Ste Marie at Toulon, Toulon ref:631
Cause of DeathUnknownref:631

Notes on Officer


"Chef des Constructions Navales" at Toulon since 1717

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Posted by Admiral Hawke on Tuesday 28th of January 2020 09:43

I suspect that this 'Rene Le Vasseur' (ID = 23784) who built ships at Dunkerque from the 1690s and then Toulon in the 1720s is the same man as 'Rene Levasseur' (1667-1727) (ID = 23907) who had a parallel career at Dunkerque then Toulon in the same decades.

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