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Baron Clary

Baron Clary

Born in 1837, Joseph Adolphe Clary, baron Clary, was the son of the French senator Joachim, baron Clary (1803-1856). He was Emperor Napoléon’s Officier d’ordannance during his exile in Great Britain. On 10 January 1870 he married Angèle Marion, a Dame d’honneur of the Empress Eugénie. The couple had two children.

In 1870 baron Clary was raised to the rank of comte. He died in 1877.

Photographed by Disdéri of Paris.

Code: 124186
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