Louis-Charles Greffulhe

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Louis-Charles Greffulhe
Born9 February 1814
Rouen, France
Died27 September 1888 (1888-09-28) (aged 74)
Paris, France
OccupationPolitician
Spouse(s)Félicité-Pauline-Marie de la Rochefoucauld d'Estissac
ChildrenHenry Greffulhe
Parent(s)Jean-Henry-Louis Greffulhe
Marie-Françoise-Célestine-Gabrielle de Vintimille du Luc
RelativesHenri Greffulhe (brother)

Louis-Charles Greffulhe (9 February 1814 – 27 September 1888) was a French count and politician. He was the eldest son of Jean-Henry-Louis Greffulhe and his wife, Marie-Françoise-Célestine-Gabrielle de Vintimille du Luc.

He served as a member of the Chamber of Peers from 1839 to 1848.[1] He was a supporter of King Louis-Philippe.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "GREFFULHE PAPIERS DE LA FAMILLE" (PDF). Archives Nationales du Monde du Travail. Retrieved April 10, 2016.