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French Minister and Secretary of state (before French Fifth Republic)

FrenchBorn Elie Louis DECAZES

French statesman

Born on September 28, 1780 in Saint-Martin-de-Laye, France , France

Died on October 24, 1860 in Paris, France

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Élie Decazes was born at Saint-Martin-de-Laye, Gironde, son of Michel Decazes (1747–1832) and wife, married in 1779, Cathérine Trigant de Beaumont. He studied law, became a judge in the tribunal of the Seine in 1806, was attached to the cabinet of Louis Bonaparte in 1807, and was counsel to the Court of Appeal at Paris in 1811. He had married in Paris on 1 August 1805 Elisabeth Fortunée Muraire, second daughter of Count Muraire, who died in Paris on 24 January 1806 and by whom he had no issue.

His younger brother Joseph Decazes (1783–1868) was created 1st vicomte Decazes and married in 1816 Diane de Bancalis de Maurel d'Aragon, and had issue Sophie de Decazes (1817–1904), married in 1835 to François de Carbonnel de Canisy, and Élie de Decazes (1822–1851), married in 1850 to Elisabeth de Mauvise de Villars, the parents of Raymond Decazes (1851–), married in 1887 to Marie Luise Koechlin (they had seven children).


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