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Robert François d'Aché de Serquigny (Vicomte d'Aché)

RolesNaval Sailor 
Date of Birth24.12.1758 - Marbeuf , Eureref:673
Baptism24.12.1758 - Marbeuf , Eureref:673
First Known Service1777ref:673
A.K.A."Beaumont" then "Deslorières" then "Alexandre"FWIKI
WifeJeanne Louise de Rocquefeuil - Married 28.12.1778, Brest ref:673
Anne Antoine d'Aché (Comte d'Aché de Serquigny)French
Naval Sailor
Service 1717-1780
Last Known Service12.1784ref:673
Date of Death8.9.1809 - Luc-sur-Mer , Calvadosref:673
Cause of Deathmurderedref:673

Event History

Date fromDate toEventSource
  Appointed Vicomte d'AchéFWIKI
2.1774 Enters the Marine School of Le Havre .ref:673
5.1777 Garde de la Marineref:673
5.1778 Enseigne de Vaisseauref:673
Le Dauphin Royal (74) 1738-1783
French 74 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
, Enseigne de Vaisseau,
27.7.1778 1st Battle of Ushant 
Le Zodiaque (74) 1756-1784
French 74 Gun
3rd Rate Ship of the Line
, Enseigne de Vaisseau,
La Ville de Paris (104) 1764-1782
French 104 Gun
2nd Rate Ship of the Line
, Enseigne de Vaisseau, no month end
29.4.178130.4.1781Battle of Fort Royal 
5.9.1781 Battle of the Chesapeake 
25.1.178226.1.1782Battle of Saint Kitts 
Le Clairvoyant (14) 1780-1784
French 14 Gun
Unrated Cutter
, Enseigne de Vaisseau, date ?? and Commanding Officer
12.4.1782 Battle of the Saintes 
12.1784 Lieutenant de Vaisseauref:673
17901792Commander of the corvette of 16 "Maréchal de Castries" from the Windward Islands Naval Station (Martinique) in the Antilles . Date ?? 1790 for Parcours and 1792 for Wiki Franceref:673
1795 Officer of the Hector Regiment , in the Quiberon Expedition .FWIKI
179512.1800After having emigrated to the colonies of Spanish America , he returned to France under the name "Beaumont" before Christmas 1800 and actively participated in the Chouannerie .ref:673
1804 He is involved in the Cadoudal Conspiracy .FWIKI
7.6.180730.3.1809Attack in the wood of Quesnay of the car conveying the funds of the receivers of Alençon and Argentan on the evening of Sunday June 7, 1807, on the road from Falaise to Caen. The loot of 60,000 francs is hidden in Donnay .The conclusion of the trial is worth the death in absentia of the Viscount of Aché by judgment of March 30, 1809 .FWIKI
8.9.18099.9.1809Gain England: this is what d'Aché planned to do before the ambush at Luc-sur-Mer where he perished on September 8, 1809.He died assassinated in poorly understood conditions : his body was found on September 9 in the morning , lying in the countryside of Luc-sur-Mer , his hands tied behind his back , his skull smashed with the butt , his stomach plowed by his own sword cane pierced with three bullets ...FWIKI

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