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Clair Désiré Le Tourneur


NationalityFrench 
RolesNaval Sailor, Merchant Sailor 
Date of Birth19.1.1785 - Granville ref:631
First Known Service1802ref:631
Father
Chevalier François Thomas Le TourneurFrench
Naval Sailor
Ship Owner
Privateer
Administrator
Service 1756-1805
ref:631
Father-in-Law
Pierre Jacques François de la ForterieFrench
Privateer
Merchant Sailor
Service 1761-1810
ref:631
WifeJulie Charlotte de La Forterie - Married 18.10.1817, Granville ref:631
Sonref:631
Son
Jules Gaud Le TourneurFrench
Naval Sailor
Service 1849-1859
ref:631
Last Known Service1831ref:631
Date of Death14.1.1865 - Granville ref:631

Event History


Date fromDate toEventSource
  Appointed Chevalier de la Légion d'honneurref:631
  Appointed Chevalier de l’Ordre Royal et Militaire de Saint-Louisref:631
1802 Enter in the Marine .ref:631
18262.6.1826Captain of the Newfoundlander the "Belle Julie" :  3 masts of more than 300 tons, from Granville, was wrecked on the approaches to Newfoundland on June 2, 1826. The wreck claimed 106 victims; there were only 37 survivors including the captain .ref:631
1831 Inspecteur des Pêchesref:631

Notes on Officer


Rank no dateref:631

Lieutenant de Vaisseau



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