Captain Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry Chevalier Légion d'H

The name Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry is not the first name listed on the monument.

The monument is in Preville cemetery, Nancy, Lorraine, France.

Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry was buried in 1905. The actual date of death is not currently recorded on the GPR database but it may be on the grave monument photograph.

Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry age is given as 46.

Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry birth is given as 1859.

Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry is listed on the GPR grave numbered 241621.

There are 138 other graves within this cemetery that are listed within the GPR database.

Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry is listed as the relationship not given of Françoise Pierron on the grave monument.

Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry has the record number 511454 within the GPR person name database table.

The record was added to the GPR on 14 September 2012

There are images available for the monument listing Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry (see grave detail page).

The follow note is stored against Marie Charles Ambroise Bastien-Thiry record:

Cavalry officer; son of General Baron Thiry. He was the grandfather of Jean-Marie Bastien-Thiry who was shot in 1963 for organising the assasination attempt on Charles de Gaulle in 1962. This attempt was the basis of Frederick Forsyth's best-seller; 'The Day of the Jackal'.

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