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  Charles Leclerc
Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc (Pontoise[?] Val-d'Oise, France 1772-Saint Domingue, November 1, 1802) or Charles Leclerc was a French general and a companion of Napoleon I of France.
Leclerc started his military career as a volunteer in the French Revolution and within two years had risen to a post of divisional chief of staff at the siege of Toulon.
Acting on Napoleon’s surreptitious instructions, Leclerc seized L'Ouverture during a meeting and deported him to France where he died in a prison in 1803.
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 FIFTEENTH GENERATION
Jean LECLERC was born in Mar 1663 in Chateau Richer.
Charles Jean LECLERC was born on Apr 28 1668 in I.O..
Martin LECLERC was born on Mar 27 1674 in Ste.
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 LECLERC - TOUSSAINT ANCESTRY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
François LECLERC was born 22 Dec 1708 in St-Pierre, Île-d'Orléans.
Basil LECLERC was born 8 Aug 1760 in St-Charles, Bellechasse.
Charles LECLERC married Ursule CLÉMENT dit LABONTÉ on 23 Nov 1824 in St-Charles, Bellechasse, Québec.
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 Charles Leclerc (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc (Pontoise Val-d'Oise, France 1772-Saint Domingue, November 1 1802) was a French general and a companion of Napoleon I of France.
Acting on Napoleon's surreptitious instructions, Leclerc later seized L'Ouverture during a meeting and deported him to France where he died in a prison in the Jura mountains in 1803.
Leclerc died of the fever in November 1802.
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 Charles Leclerc : Napoleonic Wars : Generals : (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
An experienced and capable soldier, Charles Leclerc began his military career as a volunteered in 1791 and within two years had risen to become a divisional chief of staff at the siege of Toulon.
Apart from sound military thinking, Leclerc used brutality and deception to end the rebellion of General Toussaint L'Ouverture, whom he seized during a meeting and exiled to die in a French prison.
But Leclerc's triumph was short-lived as within a year he had died from yellow fever and the tide swung inexorably against French hopes on San Domingo.
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 Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc - TLP
General Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc (also Victoire-Emmanuel Leclerc, LeClerc or Le Clerc) (March 17, 1772 Pontoise - Val-d'Oise, France - November 1, 1802 La Tortue, Saint-Domingue) was Commander-in-Chief of the 1802 French expeditionary force sent to re-establish slavery in Saint-Domingue.
Leclerc was Napoléon Bonaparte's brother-in-law (married to Napoleon's favorite sister Pauline).
Leclerc died of the fever in November 1802 on La Tortue.
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 Charles Leclerc - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
After serving in the second unsuccessful French Army military expedition to Ireland led by Jean Joseph Amable Humbert in 1798, Leclerc gained the promotion to general de division, which allowed him to aide Napoleon Bonaparte's bid for power.
Native insurgents began to fight the French, who were weakened by an epidemic of yellow fever.
Leclerc died of yellow fever in November 1802.
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 AllRefer.com - Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc (French History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc[shArl vEktOr´ emAnUel´ lukler´] Pronunciation Key, 1772–1802, French general.
This was broken by Leclerc, who, acting on Napoleon's secret instructions, had Toussaint seized by trickery and deported to France.
The natives, led by Jean Jacques Dessalines and Henri Christophe, rose in revolt and expelled the French, who were weakened by an epidemic of yellow fever.
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 De Gaulle and Leclerc - © www.charles-de-gaulle.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
No doubt General de Gaulle, for his part, knew little more than the name of this brilliant captain of cavalry, already spoken of within the army as one of the best of his generation.
There is every likelihood that the relationship between the 50 year-old General and the 37 year-old Captain was profoundly soldierly ; the older man, already carrying a heavy burden, dominant, taking decisions, issuing his orders, but not without having questioned, listened to and gauged the dependability, calibre and determination of the younger.
Leclerc did indeed take off for Africa on 6 August, eleven days later, without even a second tête à tête meeting with the General.
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 Caribbean History: Napoleon Comes to Haiti | caribbean-guide.info
Leclerc met with the same defeat the British had faced earlier, despite the regiment of 20,000 soldiers as well as conscripts from other nations.
Leclerc began by dominating the coastal strongholds and shortly began an attack on the interior, but all of his victories were costly.
Leclerc's victory was short-lived, as yellow fever decimated nearly all of his solders.
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The area known as Habitation Leclerc is located in Martissant, a neighborhood on the south-western edge of Haiti's capital, Port-au-Prince.
It is an old colonial estate, once occupied (it is said) by Napoleon's sister, Pauline Bonaparte, and her husband, General Charles Leclerc.
General Leclerc led the French expedition to colonial Saint Domingue in 1802 -- an expedition designed to put a definitive end to a revolution sparked by a massive slave uprising in 1791.
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 Joan Jacques Dessalines Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
When Napoleon sent his brother-in-law, Captain General Charles Leclerc, to return the colony to slavery, Dessalines was the commander of the important port city of Saint-Marc.
General Leclerc's forces had taken heavy casualties in the campaigns against the armies of ex-slaves and were now trying to cope with guerrilla tactics and, at the same time, with yellow fever.
Leclerc died of the disease in November 1802.
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 Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc - Wikipédia
Leclerc entra au service en 1791 et a commencé sa carrière militaire en tant qu' enrôlé-volontaire dans l'armée en 1791, durant la Révolution française dans les volontaires de Seine-et-Oise.
Leclerc est aux côtés de son beau-frère : appuyé par Murat, il donne l'ordre aux grenadiers d'envahir la salle du Conseil des Cinq-Cents.
Victor-Emmanuel Leclerc jouit d'une statue à Pontoise le représentant en habit napoléonien, son épée au fourreau touchant terre.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Leclerc,
Buffon, Georges Louis Leclerc, comte de, 1707-88, French naturalist and author.
From 1739 he was keeper of the Jardin du Roi (later the Jardin des Plantes) in Paris and made it a center of research during the Enlightenment.
Joseph, Father (François Leclerc du Tremblay), 1577-1638, French Capuchin monk, a confidant and agent of Cardinal Richelieu, generally known as the Éminence Grise [gray eminence].
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 Uhhp.com :: Haitian History: The Haitian Revolution of 1791-1803 An Historical Essay  by Bob Corbett - Part Three
On Feb. 2, 1802 Leclerc arrived in the bay of Cap Francois, the city governed and defended by Henri Christophe, one of Toussaint's most important generals, and later on Haiti's second president and first and only king.
Leclerc pressed the issue and, true to his word, Christophe torched this Paris of the Americas.
Leclerc made a second tactical blunder upon the heels of Toussaint's arrest.
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 Al N' Jane - pafg29 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Jean Le Bouteleux Leclerc [Parents] was born on 24 Aug 1640 in Dieppe, Rouen, Normandie, France.
Charles Laramee Melanson [Parents] was born in 1643 in York, Yorkshire, England.
She married Charles Laramee Melanson in 1663 in Port Royal, Acadie (Annapolis Royal), Nova Scotia, Canada.
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 Leclerc Family Genealogy Forum
Jacques LECLERC, 44 ans, Val d'Or, Abitibi, Quebec - Dicky 10/25/03
Re: Genevieve Dubeau and Jacques Leclerc - Suzette Leclair 3/02/02
Ascendant of Henriette Leclerc - Fernand bedard 6/02/01
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 Descendants of Antoine Daunay   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Geneviève married Paul Leclerc, son of Charles Leclerc and Charlotte Bonin, on 27 Sep 1825 in St-Antoine-sur-Richelieu, Co. Verchères, QC 270 F iv.
Charles Daunais dit Frenière was born in 1819 in, St-Jean-Baptiste, Co. Rouville QC.
Charles married Malvina Comtois, daughter of Ambroise Comtois and Anastasie Blain, on 9 Apr 1866 in, Ste.
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 Bonaparte Napol? Florence Napoleon Joseph Genealogy of the Bonaparte family Napoleon I Viterbo Charles Leclerc Sicily ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Napoleon's son Napoleon Joseph (1811-1832) was created king of Rome (1811-1814) and was later styled Napoleon II by loyalists of the dynasty, though he never actually ruled as Emperor.
Charles Louis Napoleon (1808-1873), son of Louis Napoleon, was president of France in 1848-1852 and emperor in 1852-1870, reigning as Napoleon III; his son, Eugene Bonaparte (1856-1879), styled the Prince Imperial, died fighting the Zulus in Natal, South Africa.
Joseph Charles Paul Bonaparte, born 1950), great-great-grandson of J?me Bonaparte by his second marriage; he has a son Jean (born 1986) and a brother, J?me Bonaparte, born 1957), unmarried.
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 BANKS' BROOD, Quebec & Ontario, Canada:Information about CHARLES LECLERC(2)
CHARLES LECLERC(2) (son of PIERRE AUCLAIR(1) and M.
MADELEINE SEDILOT) was born March 30, 1690 in St. Bernard, Quebec, Canada, and died June 1756 in Charlesbourg, Quebec.
Le troisième des garçons qui laisse une descendance mâle est Charles.
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 LECLERC Elizabeth Esther, 92 The Caledonian-Record News
LECLERC: Elizabeth Esther, 92, of St. Johnsbury, died at the St. Johnsbury Health and Rehabilitation Center, Thursday, Jan. 8, 2004.
She was born in Lyndonville, March 20, 1911, the daughter of Gustave and Ora (Ouellette) Guyer.
On Sept. 14, 1941, she married Charles Leclerc, who predeceased her in 1982.
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 Philippe Noel-Genevive Leclerc
Phillipe Noel, son of Phillipe Noel and Marie Rondeau, was born Mar 5, 1705; place of birth unknown.
He married Genevive Leclerc on November 15, 1729, in St. Pierre, Isle of Orleans, Quebec, Canada.
Genevive had been born on January 4, 1711, at St. Pierre les Bescquets, Isle of Orleans, Quebec, Canada, to Jean-Charles Leclerc and Marguerite Morency Baucher.
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 Les personnages Leclerc dit Francoeur
Charles Antoine resta curé à St-Édouard de Lotbinière jusqu’à son décès en 1918.
Jean-Baptiste Leclerc dit Francoeur a épousé Henriette Lebel le 25 janvier 1853 à Kamouraska.
Malvina Leclerc dit Francoeur, née en janvier 1862 à Kamouraska et décédée le 27 juin 1933 à Québec, a mariée Joseph Désiré Thibault, né en 1860 à Montmagny et décédé le 21 octobre 1912 à Québec, le 21 août 1888 à la paroisse St-Jacques de Montréal.
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 Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc
Following the revolutionary success there, he campaigned along the Rhine, in Italy and fought at Castiglione and Rivoli.
Given staff postings in both the Army of Ireland, then the Army of England, LeClerc gained promotion to general de division, which allowed him to assist Napoleon Bonaparte in his bid for power.
But LeClerc' s triumph was short-lived as within a year he had died from yellow fever and the tide swung inexorably against French hopes on San Domingo.
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Les 8 arpents du colon Jean Leclerc commençaient à peu près à cette flèche (figure 1) et d'ici on voit ses terres en partie.
Jean-Charles Leclerc, marié en 1686 à Ste-Famille à Marguerite Boucher fut la branche des Leclerc établis dans la région du pont et qui fut la terre ancestrale.
Gosselin est aussi parmi nos ancêtres du côté féminin, Leclerc était voisin du fief a dû bien connaître cette famille Beaulieu (il était expert en pyrotechnique), ainsi que madame de GrandMaison ou de la Cesserie par son 4e mariage.
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 West Indies : Campaigns : Battles : Casualties : Politics : Trade : Jamaica : Trindad : Barbados : San Domingo : Haiti ...
An infuriated Napoleon Bonaparte sent an expeditionary force of some 35,000 men, the first of some 60,000, to restore the island to French control and placed his brother-in-law General Charles Leclerc in command.
The arrival of the French in 1802 saw the rebels burn down several major towns and massacre all white inhabitants.
Leclerc decided to break the will of resistance by promising that slavery would not be reintroduced to the island if the fighting ended and that all who laid down their arms would be allowed to join the French army.
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 Jean Jacques Dessalines — Infoplease.com
After the decimation of the French army by yellow fever and the capture of Toussaint, he revolted and overwhelmed the invaders in 1803.
In attempting to reorganize the nation's shattered economy, the ambitious emperor instituted drastic measures, such as forced labor, and accompanied them with despotic and cruel acts.
Charles Victor Emmanuel Leclerc - Leclerc, Charles Victor Emmanuel, 1772–1802, French general.
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 Bonaparte - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Charles Lucien Jules Laurent Bonaparte ornithologist and politician
Maria Paola or Pauline (Ajaccio 1780-Florence 1825), married in 1797 to French general Charles Leclerc and later married Prince Borghese.
The current head of the family is the Prince Napoléon (Charles Marie Jérôme Victor Bonaparte, born 1950), great-great-grandson of Jérôme Bonaparte by his second marriage; he has a son Jean (born 1986) and a brother, Jérôme Bonaparte, (born 1957), unmarried.
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 Bryant Funeral Home-Berlin, NH - Obituary
Stella Emma (Leclerc) Amero, 78, of 266 East Mason Street, Berlin, NH passed away on Saturday October 29, 2005 at the Androscoggin Valley Hospital in Berlin, NH.
She was born in Berlin, NH on October 19, 1927 the daughter of Aime and Joanita (Bedard) Leclerc and was a lifelong resident.
Croix in 1984 and 3 brothers R. Charles Leclerc, Roger Leclerc and Rene Leclerc.
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 LeClerc family in Manitoba :: MCHRC Message Board   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
I am seaching out information on any LeClerc family who may have information on a Julie Knox who married a Charles LeClerc November 15, 1904 in St Laurent, Mb.
The only thing i have is that Charles Leclerc (born 1868) did marry on nov 15 1904 and Julie was the daughter of John Knox JR married 15 feb 1874 in St Laurent and his dad was John Knox SR married to Margaret Stewart.
Hi Dennis, exciting to hear from the LeClerc family married to the Knox family.
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