Vincent-Marie VIÉNOT DE VAUBLANC

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Author, French Deputy, Senator, Constitutional Council member, French Minister and Secretary of state (before French Fifth Republic)

FrenchBorn Vincent-Marie VIÉNOT DE VAUBLANC

French royalist politician, writer and artist

Born on March 02, 1756 in Fort-Dauphin, Saint-Domingue

Died on August 21, 1845 in Paris, France

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Born and raised at Fort-Dauphin, Saint-Domingue (now Fort-Liberté, Haiti), into an aristocratic family from Bourgogne, he was the eldest son of Vivant-François Viénot de Vaublanc, commanding officer of Fort Saint-Louis in Fort-Dauphin. He saw Metropolitan France for the first time at the age of seven.



After military education at the Prytanée National Militaire in La Flèche, and at the École Militaire in Paris from 1770 to 1774, he was decorated with the Order of Saint Lazarus (before he had even set foot outside the school) by the Comte de Provence, the future Louis XVIII, Grand Master of the Order.

...   Born and raised at Fort-Dauphin, Saint-Domingue (now Fort-Liberté, Haiti), into an aristocratic family from Bourgogne, he was the eldest son of Vivant-François Viénot de Vaublanc, commanding officer of Fort Saint-Louis in Fort-Dauphin. He saw Metropolitan France for the first time at the age of seven.



After military education at the Prytanée National Militaire in La Flèche, and at the École Militaire in Paris from 1770 to 1774, he was decorated with the Order of Saint Lazarus (before he had even set foot outside the school) by the Comte de Provence, the future Louis XVIII, Grand Master of the Order.



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