Anne Françoise Guillemette Petiet grave monument in Pere Lachaise (Pt1) Cemetery, Paris, Paris, France
Anne Françoise Guillemette Petiet grave monument: legible names and details
|1830||69||1761||first name on monument||Wife of Claude-Louis Petiet; Minister of War 1796-1797; briefly arrested before being appointed a member of the State Council and general intendant of Napoléon's army and a member of the Senate in 1806. Claude Petiet was buried in the Panthéon on the personal order of Napoléon.|
|1869||81||1788||daughter of Anne Françoise Guillemette Petiet||Wife of General Alphonse de Colbert-Chabanais; a distinguished Napoleonic general who rallied to the emperor in 1815 when he was supposed to halt his progress. He continued in high army command after the Restoration.|
|1835||53||1782||son of Anne Françoise Guillemette Petiet||Held several high offical posts under Napoléon; and after the Restoration was appointed Director of Army Supplies.|
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