PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King

PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King
PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King
PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King
PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King
PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King
PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King
PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King
PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King
PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King
PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King

PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King

Recognition by d'Hozier as guard of the Armorial de France, with poly-chrome painted coat of arms of Isabeau de Sibeud, wiN. De Chipres, sir de Cornillon, 12/09/1701. Document certified for true reproduction by the genealogical research company Les Dossiers Gris, with signature and wax seal on ribbon, signed by its director M.

De la Ramée in 1895. Size: 11.3" x 8.4" (29 cm x 21.5 cm). Charles-René d'Hozier (24 February 1640 13 February 1732) was a French historical commentator. The younger son of Pierre d'Hozier, he was the true continuator of his father. In addition to his commentary appended to Antoine Varillas's history of King Charles IX 1686 ed.

, he published Recherches sur la noblesse de Champagne (1673). The collection (now in the Bibliothèque nationale de France) consists of 34 volumes of text and 35 of colored armorial bearings, and, in spite of its deficiencies, is a useful store of information for the history of the old French families. It contains 60,000 names, grouped according to provinces and provincial subdivisions. It then comprised 160 portfolios of genealogical papers arranged alphabetically, 175 volumes of documents, and numerous printed books profusely annotated.

In 1720, it was inventoried by Pierre de Clairambault, royal genealogist, who added a certain number of genealogies taken from the papers of Gaignières, increasing the total to 217 boxes and portfolios. Thus originated the Cabinet of titres of the Bibliothèque Nationale. Charles subsequently became reconciled to Ambroise-Louis-Marie d'Hozier, his nephew, to whom he left all the papers he had accumulated from the date of the quarrel until his death, which occurred in Paris. He was succeeded by his nephew, Louis Pierre. The item "PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King" is in sale since Monday, August 3, 2020.

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PROOF OF NOBILITY PARCHMENT 1701 Awarded by Charles d'Hozier Advisor to the King


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