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Jean-Baptiste de Bressolles de Sisce, born 23 December 1753 in Auvillar and died on 30 November 1838 at Auvillar, was a French brigadier general who served in the French Revolutionary Wars and the Napoleonic Wars. He retired from active military service on 1 October 1811 as Marechal de camp. His wife, Marie-Sophie-Theophile De Boscq, survived him.[1]

Ranks

  • 25/5/83: captain.
  • 21/8/92: lieutenant colonel.
  • 9/7/93: brigadier provisionally.
  • 14/6/94: General of brigade.
  • 23/10/11: Mareschal de camp.

Assignments

  • 07/09/93 –30/12/95 assigned to the Army of the Rhine.
  • 30/12/95–03/05/98 assigned to the Army of the Rhine and Moselle army.
  • 03/05/98–16/08/99 22 assigned to the military division.
  • 16/08/99–08/10/99 assigned to the Army of England.
  • 08/10/99–09/00 commander in La Rochelle.
  • 09/00–20/02/01 commander in Belle-Isle-en-Mer.
  • 20/02/01 unassigned during military reform (first amalgamation).
  • 29/03/ 01–03/08 commander of the department of Gard.
  • 03/08–28/07/09 commandant the military division.
  • 28/07/ 09–23/10/11 assigned to the military division.
  • 23/10/11 retirement.[2]

Sources

  1. (French) Bulletin des lois. Partie supplémentaire, Imprimerie nationale, 1839, p. 750.
  2. (French) Bulletin des lois. Partie supplémentaire, Imprimerie nationale, 1839, p. 750.

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