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Searching for information on family of Maurice Philippe de Montboissie...

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Searching for information on family of Maurice Philippe de Montboissier Beaufort de Canillac, born Hampstead, London 1792, son of Comte Maurice Philippe de Montboissier Beaufort de Canillac; also descendents of Philippe Claude de Montboissier Beaufort Canillac, (or Philippe Charles de Montboissier Beaufort Canillac) who died 1797 in London. Email [email protected]

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on 2003-04-15 02:50:35

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by montboissier on 2010-11-24 08:09:11

Is Philippe Charles who died in exil in London in 1797 the husband of Pauline des Rivire? It would make sens. But in the Noblesse d'Auvergne book, it says Amiens 1794 as a birthday for Charles Maurice Philippe??

by LynDC on 2012-01-17 06:35:28

Philippe Claude II and Charles Maurice Philippe are not the same person. Philippe Claude II was married to Franoise "Alexandrine" Cornlie Camille de Rochechouart. He was sometimes referred to as Charles (instead of Claude) which does lead to some confusion.

The Noblesse d'Auvergne book is correct - Charles Maurice Philippe was born in Amiens 1794. He was married to Bernarde Caroline Louise StphaniePrevost de Champmesl. He was the son of Elisabeth-Pauline de La Riviere & Charles I De Montboissier-Beaufort-Canillac.

Philippe Claude II was related to Charles Maurice Philippe.

by LynDC on 2012-01-17 06:49:04

It was Philippe Claude II who died in exile in London in 1797 (aged 85yrs). Charles Maurice Phillipe was only 3 years old at that time and died 75 years later in 1872 (aged about 78yrs). I have no information on where he died, but his wife Bernarde Caroline Louise Stphanie Prevost de Champmesl, died in the Eure et Loir, 1893.

by LynDC on 2012-03-17 17:40:33

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