Guillaume DuBarry (William) DUBARRY family photo

Guillaume DuBarry (William)

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William Dubarry, Dubarry and Count de Roquelaure,later lord Rennery, born in 1732 in Lévignac and died 2 August 1811 in Toulouse , a gentleman is famous for his marriage with Jeanne Becu, better know ... show more

William Dubarry, Dubarry and Count de Roquelaure,later lord Rennery, born in 1732 in Lévignac and died 2 August 1811 in Toulouse , a gentleman is famous for his marriage with Jeanne Becu, better known under the name of Madame du Barry .
The name is borne from Dubarry 1400 around Toulouse .The arms of this family state: Gules a third gold bar placed in a lion circumvented even stitching on the whole an ostrich and put money in sinister canton of the tip.
The Dubarry nobly lived, that is to say, their own income, without attaching any condition, fortune or industry. The family settled in the SIXTEENTH century to Lévignac-sur-Save , where it will not move until the MID-EIGHTEENTH century.Several members receive consular charges and are qualified Lévignac governor.
William was the son of Antoine Dubarry, captain of the regiment of the Isle-de-France, and Marguerite Catherine Thérèse Cécile de La Caze, married in 1722. It embraces a very early age military career. At the end of the year 1746, he became a lieutenant in the regiment of the Cantabrians. In 1750, he moved to Santo Domingo as a lieutenant and was promoted on 1 May 1758, captain of a company of troops detached from the navy. Returned to France the following year for health reasons, he moved to Lévignac and Toulouse . An unexpected stroke of fortune will then change his life.
Marriage
In a letter of June 1768, his brother Jean-Baptiste Dubarry - said Roué - the calls to Paris, where he promises him fortune. He plans to marry his own mistress, Jeanne Becu, in order to present it to Louis XV . The union was blessed on September 1, 1768 in the church of Saint-Laurent (Paris) . In exchange for this marriage of convenience, Guillaume can go home, with a pension of five thousand pounds.
Retirement
Back to Toulouse , Guillaume seeks to restore its image tarnished in polite society by marrying the first whore in France. In 1772, he acquired the King (but in reality was offered) the duchy of Roquelaure near Auch , the castle and the adjoining Rieutort.
After the death of Louis XV in May 1774, its neighbors, including the first president of the parliament of ToulouseJean-Antoine Niquet, assign it to justice for many neighborhood problems.
Back to Toulouse , Guillaume seeks to restore its image tarnished in polite society by marrying the first whore in France. In 1772, he acquired the King (but in reality was offered) the duchy of Roquelaure near Auch , the castle and the adjoining Rieutort.
After the death of Louis XV in May 1774, its neighbors, including the first president of the parliament of ToulouseJean-Antoine Niquet, assign it to justice for many neighborhood problems.
Tired of the hassles, hoping to get closer to Toulouse , he exchanged, by act of February 26, 1781 concluded with Pierre-Emmanuel Reversat Celes, Count de Marsac, advisor to the Parliament of Toulouse , the castle against the Rieutort Castle Reynerie consisting in a castle and other buildings, lawn, garden, fishpond, cropland, meadows, woods and vineyards. He rebuilt the house up to date, following the inspiration of theChâteau de Bagatelle near Paris. There is also undertaking important work of interior with lounge music rotunda, a marble hall, the top-of-door ... His life is divided between his mansion in the rue du Sénéchal in Toulouse, where he remains the winter, and his madness Reynerie , it occupies the season. This is where he ended his days at the age of 79 years, 2 August 1811

About Guillaume "William" DuBarry

William Dubarry, Dubarry and Count de Roquelaure,later lord Rennery, born in 1732 in Lévignac and died 2 August 1811 in Toulouse , a gentleman is famous for his marriage with Jeanne Becu, better known under the name of Madame du Barry . The name is borne from Dubarry 1400 around Toulouse .The arms of this family state: Gules a third gold bar placed in a lion circumvented even stitching on the whole an ostrich and put money in sinister canton of the tip. The Dubarry nobly lived, that is to say, their own income, without attaching any condition, fortune or industry. The family settled in the SIXTEENTH century to Lévignac-sur-Save , where it will not move until the MID-EIGHTEENTH century.Several members receive consular charges and are qualified Lévignac governor. William was the son of Antoine Dubarry, captain of the regiment of the Isle-de-France, and Marguerite Catherine Thérèse Cécile de La Caze, married in 1722. It embraces a very early age military career. At the end of the year 1746, he became a lieutenant in the regiment of the Cantabrians. In 1750, he moved to Santo Domingo as a lieutenant and was promoted on 1 May 1758, captain of a company of troops detached from the navy. Returned to France the following year for health reasons, he moved to Lévignac and Toulouse . An unexpected stroke of fortune will then change his life. Marriage In a letter of June 1768, his brother Jean-Baptiste Dubarry - said Roué - the calls to Paris, where he promises him fortune. He plans to marry his own mistress, Jeanne Becu, in order to present it to Louis XV . The union was blessed on September 1, 1768 in the church of Saint-Laurent (Paris) . In exchange for this marriage of convenience, Guillaume can go home, with a pension of five thousand pounds. Retirement Back to Toulouse , Guillaume seeks to restore its image tarnished in polite society by marrying the first whore in France. In 1772, he acquired the King (but in reality was offered) the duchy of Roquelaure near Auch , the castle and the adjoining Rieutort. After the death of Louis XV in May 1774, its neighbors, including the first president of the parliament of ToulouseJean-Antoine Niquet, assign it to justice for many neighborhood problems. Back to Toulouse , Guillaume seeks to restore its image tarnished in polite society by marrying the first whore in France. In 1772, he acquired the King (but in reality was offered) the duchy of Roquelaure near Auch , the castle and the adjoining Rieutort. After the death of Louis XV in May 1774, its neighbors, including the first president of the parliament of ToulouseJean-Antoine Niquet, assign it to justice for many neighborhood problems. Tired of the hassles, hoping to get closer to Toulouse , he exchanged, by act of February 26, 1781 concluded with Pierre-Emmanuel Reversat Celes, Count de Marsac, advisor to the Parliament of Toulouse , the castle against the Rieutort Castle Reynerie consisting in a castle and other buildings, lawn, garden, fishpond, cropland, meadows, woods and vineyards. He rebuilt the house up to date, following the inspiration of theChâteau de Bagatelle near Paris. There is also undertaking important work of interior with lounge music rotunda, a marble hall, the top-of-door ... His life is divided between his mansion in the rue du Sénéchal in Toulouse, where he remains the winter, and his madness Reynerie , it occupies the season. This is where he ended his days at the age of 79 years, 2 August 1811. Du Barry, Jeanne Bécu, comtesse (1743–1793) mistress of King Louis XV of France. A courtesan of illegitimate birth, she was the mistress of Jean Du Barry when her beauty attracted (1768) the king's attention. After being nominally married to her lover's brother, Guillaume, comte Du Barry, she was installed at court (1769) and retained her influence until the king's death (1774), but she lacked the ambition of her predecessor, Mme de Pompadour. At the accession of Louis XVI she left the court. She was arrested by the Revolutionary Tribunal on charges of treason (1793) and was guillotined. ...more about Guillaume "William" DuBarry

Kevin Barry Guillaume DuBarry lived at Castle Reynerie (Toulouse).
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