Chevalier Joseph Jules François de Martineng


NationalityFrench 
RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birth1739ref:631
First Known Service5.9.1755ref:631
Father-in-LawChevalier Jean François Truguet (1709-1788)ref:631
WifeThérèse Dorothée Truguetref:631
Son André Jules François de Martineng de la Farge (1776-1860)ref:631
Grandson Jean Etienne Jules de Martineng (1811-1887)ref:631
Brother-in-law Laurent Jean François Truguet (Comte Truguet) (1752-1839)ref:631
Last Known Service31.5.1782ref:631
Date of Death1791ref:631

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
5.9.1755 Garde de la Marineref:673
17561758Le Redoutable (74), Garde de la Marineref:673
20.5.1756 Battle of Minorca 
15.7.1757 Brigadier , Garde de Marineref:673
1759 La Topaze (26), Garde de la Marineref:673
1759 Le Lion (64), Garde de la Marineref:673
1760 L'Ambitieuse (3), Garde de la Marineref:673
17611762Le Northumberland (64), Garde de la Marineref:673
4.17636.1763Le Tonnant (80), Garde de la Marineref:673
4.17658.1765On board of the "Hirondelle" : Salé and Larache Expeditionsref:673
27.11.1765 Enseigne de Vaisseauref:673
1768 L'Espion (2), Enseigne de Vaisseauref:673
1770 La Chimère (30), Enseigne de Vaisseauref:673
1.5.1772 Lieutenant en second du 1er Bataillon au Régiment de Toulon.ref:673
17.6.1774 L'Alcmene (32), Lieutenant de Vaisseauref:673
28.6.1775 Appointed Chevalier de l’Ordre Royal et Militaire de Saint-Louisref:673
1776 Le Singe (20), Lieutenant de Vaisseauref:673
1777 La Sultane (32), Lieutenant de Vaisseauref:673
1.7.1777 Capitaine d’Apprentis Canonniers.ref:673
1778 Le Guerrier (74), Lieutenant de Vaisseauref:673
14.12.177815.12.1778Battle of St. Lucia 
13.3.1779 Capitaine de Vaisseauref:673
6.3.178131.5.1782La Boudeuse (32), Capitaine de Vaisseau and Commanding Officerref:673
26.3.1786 He is authorized to retire for health reasons, with the rank of Brigadier and 3,600 Livres in the Royal Treasury.ref:673
5.1793 73 notables are locked up by the Jacobins at Fort Lamalgue in Toulon, under the accusation of "suspicious people", among them 25 captains of ships including Martineng-Gineste .ref:673
18.12.179319.12.179314,827 Toulonnais left the city. Martinenq-Gineste refused to embark on the vessels he had fought since joining the Navy. He takes passage on a Spanish frigate bound for Cartagena in Spain, in the company of the Chef d'Escadre Le Roy de la Grange.ref:673

Notes on Officer


Rang no dateref:673

Lieutenant de Vaisseau



Sources


IDNameAuthorType
ref:631Geneanet Web Site
ref:673Parcours d'officiers dans la Royale Web Site

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