Bérenger SAUNIÈRE

Family tree of Bérenger SAUNIÈRE

Priest, nun, rabbi, imam...

FrenchBorn François Bérenger SAUNIÈRE

French Roman Catholic priest

Born on April 11, 1852 in Montazels, Aude , France

Died on January 22, 1917 in Rennes-le-Château, Aude , France

Family tree

Report an error

This form allows you to report an error or to submit additional information about this family tree: Bérenger SAUNIÈRE (1852)

More information

François Bérenger Saunière was born on 11 April 1852 in Montazels, in the Arrondissement of Limoux of the Aude region. He was the eldest of seven children, having three brothers (Alfred, Martial, and Joseph) and three sisters (Mathilde, Adeline, and Marie-Louise). He was the son of Marguerite Hugues and Joseph Saunière (1823–1906), also called "cubié", who was the mayor of Montazels (Aude), managed the local flour mill, and was the steward of Marquis de Cazermajou's castle. Alfred became a priest; Joseph wanted to be a physician but died at 25. Saunière went to school at St. Louis in Limoux, entered the seminary in Carcassonne in 1874, and was ordained as a priest in June, 1879.



© Copyright Wikipédia authors - This article is under licence CC BY-SA 3.0 ...  


 

Geographical origins

The map below shows the places where the ancestors of the famous person lived.

Loading... An error has occured while loading the map.