Family tree of Jean-Pierre DE MONTALIVET

French Minister and Secretary of state (before French Fifth Republic), Royal and noble family

FrenchBorn Jean Pierre BACHASSON

French statesman and Peer of France

Born on July 05, 1766 in Neunkirch-lès-Sarreguemines, France , France

Died on January 22, 1823 in Saint-Bouize, France

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A nobleman born in Sarreguemines the son of Charles Victor Bachasson, Seigneur de Montalivet, Maréchal de camp, Knight of the Order of Saint Louis and Councilor Secretary of the King in the Chancellery of Corsica, etc., and second wife Marthe de Saint-Germain, Noble Femme, he was counsellor to the Grenoble parlement from 1785 à 1790, and, while in Valence, he became friends with a Napoleon Bonaparte, who was a young officer at the time. In 1788, during the bloody riots known as the Journée des Tuiles, he took the side of the revolt and was banished to his château in Montmeyran.

Although supportive of the French Revolution, Bachasson enlisted in the Army of Italy in order to escape the Reign of Terror. After his return to France he was elected Mayor of Valence in 1795, and was commissioner for the département of Drôme under the French Directory.


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