French Army General. A French exile, he fled France for England after the rise of Maximillian Robespierre. He was an artillery officer, who had been adjutant-general to General Marquis de La Fayette. He married the esteemed novelist Frances ("Fanny") Burney, later (Madame D'Arblay) on July 31 1793, at Mickleham, Surrey. They built Camilla Cottage at Bookham, Surrey, on the proceeds from France's third novel and pension from Queen Charlotte, £100 pounds per year, granted from the Queens private purse. (bio by: s.canning)
Burial: St Swithin Churchyard Bath Bath and North East Somerset Unitary Authority Somerset, England Plot: Next to his wife, (Frances Burney).
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"After death the Soul becomes again a spirit; that is to say, it returns into the world of spirits, which it had quitted for a short time." Taken from "The Spirits' Book", by Allan Kardec: www.geae.inf.br/en/books/codification/sb.pdf -
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