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Jean-Jacques Abauzir


NationalityFrench 
RolesShip Builder 
First Known Service1808CSORN

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
17.3.1795 Launched
Le Figuires (84) 1795-1805
French 84 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
1795 Renamed "Formidable"
, Ship of the Line at Toulon Dockyard - Toulon
FWAS1786
21.10.1795 Launched
Le Guillaume Tell (84) 1795-1800
French 84 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
, Ship of the Line at Toulon Dockyard - Toulon
BWAS-1793
25.6.1797 Launched
Le Franklin (84) 1797-1798
French 84 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
, Ship of the Line at Toulon Dockyard - Toulon
E-WIKI
1808 
L'Audacieux (2) 1808-1808
French 2 Gun
Privateer
, Capitaine en Second
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Posted by Le Carvèse Patrick on Wednesday 12th of May 2021 15:24

Jean Jacques Abauzir is actually Jean Jacques Sébastien Le Roy (1747-1825), a naval engineer, who became « préfet maritime » in Egypt (1800), then « commissaire général des relations commerciales à Cadix » (1801) then head of the french consulate in Hamburg (november, 1810) but he could not stay in this position because Hamburg became the capital of the new department of the french Empire « Bouches-de-l’Elbe ».
Le Roy had been arrested during the « Terreur » in 1794, and he changed his name to « Abauzir », in 1795, but only for a short period. I don’t know why he chose this name, worn in Provence, while Le Roy was born and dead in Paris.

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