Charles Léon de Taillevis de Perrigny

RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birth13.5.1730 - Saint-Cyr-du-Gault , Loir-et-Cherref:631
Baptism23.10.1731 - Perrigny , Loir-et-Cherref:631
First Known Service1746ref:631
WifeAnne Marie Madeleine La Tuste - Married 12.2.1760 - Notre-Dame de la Couture , Le Mans , Sartheref:631
SonChevalier Jean Baptiste Charlemagne de Taillevis de Perrigny (Marquis de Perrigny) (1762-1832)ref:631
SonChevalier Théodat de Taillevis de Perrigny (Comte de Perrigny) (1767-1827)ref:631
Son Fortuné de Taillevis de Perrigny (1772-1793)ref:631
Nephew Anne Louis Marie de Taillevis de Perrigny (Comte de Jupeaux) (1774-1844)ref:631
Brother Pierre de Taillevis de Perrigny (Chevalier - Seigneur de Perrigny) (1722-1757)ref:631
Brother Louis Didier de Taillevis de Perrigny (Comte de Jupeaux) (1735-1815)ref:631
Last Known Service1771ref:631
Date of Death31.12.1795 - St-Sulpice, Paris VI°, Paris ref:631

Event History

Date fromDate toEventSource
1746 Garde de la Marineref:631
1746 Cadet at Rochefortref:631
1750 Enseigne de Vaisseauref:631
1750 At Saint-Domingueref:631
1753 Lieutenant de Vaisseauref:631
1756 Capitaine de Vaisseauref:631
1758 Returned to France at the end of 1758 "to restore his health (and get married there) he was captured by the English but immediately released - without exchange - in homage to the valor of his brother Pierre Didier Charlemagne",ref:631
1759 Major Commandant the "quartier de Léogane" . He settled there in the Governor's old house and got a pension in 1763 with  1,500 Livres Tournois and the Croix de St-Louis to manage his "sweets, indigo-drifts and cafeterias", all valued at three million Livres Tournois.His goods will disappear with the "revolt of  Haiti" ...ref:631
1769 Lieutenant du Roi at Léogane ( near Port-au-Prince) He was repatriated the same year for health reasons.ref:631
1771 Appointed Lieutenant Honoraire du Roiref:631
2.4.1789 Elected to the Estates General Takes part in the oath of the Jeu de Paume Member of the feudal councilref:631
31.12.1789 Sent as a deputation to the King (December 31, 1789) He takes the new civic oath after the flight to Varennes. Only plays an erased role.ref:631
10.1794 Sentenced to death in absentia in October 1794, died a few weeks later of a malignant fever in his eldest son (Jean Baptiste Charlemagne) , boulevard des Invalides .ref:631

Notes on Officer

Rank ??ref:631

In Geneanet , only Lieutenant , Capitaine but not "de Vaisseau" ??


ref:631Geneanet Web Site

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