La Bédoyère, Charles-Angélique-François Huchet, count de

   military figure
   Born in Paris, Charles-Angélique-François Huchet, count de Bédoyère, in 1808, served as aide-decamp to Marshal jean lannes and, during the hundred days, rallied to napoléon i. General La Bédoyère was then arrested, tried, and executed after the return of louis XV III.

France. A reference guide from Renaissance to the Present . 1884.

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