François-Auguste Magon de la Lande

RolesShip Owner, Privateer, Merchant Sailor 
Date of Birth8.6.1679 - St Malo ref:631
First Known Service8.6.1679ref:692
FatherJean Magon de la Lande (1641-1709)ref:683
WifeMarie-Gertrude Magon de L'Espinay , his cousin - Married 3.9.1709, St Malo ref:631
Son Nicolas Auguste Magon de La Lande (Seigneur du Plessis Bertrand et de La Lande) (1715-1793)ref:631
UncleNicolas Magon I de la Chipaudière (1644-1740)ref:631
GrandfatherNicolas Magon de La Lande (1605-1661)ref:631
Grandson Erasme Charles Auguste Magon de La Lande (Seigneur de la Lande) (1745-1794)ref:631
Brother Luc Magon de la Balue (Sieur de la Balue) (1685-1750)ref:631
Brother Nicolas Magon II Magon de la Chipaudière (Seigneur de la Chipaudière ) (1670-1698)ref:631
Last Known Service23.4.1761ref:692
Date of Death23.4.1761 - St Malo ref:631

Event History

Date fromDate toEventSource
17231725Build the large "Hôtel Magon de la Lande" aka "Hôtel d'Asfled" , at the  5 street of Asfled, 4 street of Toulouse and 2 street Chartres : the only survivor within St Malo of the destruction of the Second World War .FWIKI

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