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| birth_place =[[Sérignan]], France
 
| birth_place =[[Sérignan]], France
 
| death_place =Salamanca, Spain
 
| death_place =Salamanca, Spain
| allegiance ={{flagicon|France}} France
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| allegiance ={{flagicon|France}} [[France]]
 
| branch =Infantry, Staff
 
| branch =Infantry, Staff
 
| serviceyears =1793–1812
 
| serviceyears =1793–1812
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'''Jean Guillaume Barthélemy Thomières''' (18 August 1771 – 22 July 1812) was killed in action at [[Battle of Salamanca|Salamanca]] while commanding an [[First French Empire|Imperial French]] infantry division. He joined the army of the First French Republic in 1793 and fought the Spanish. He transferred to the [[Army of Italy (France)|Army of Italy]] in 1796 and was present at the battles of [[Second Battle of Dego|Dego]], [[Battle of Mondovi|Mondovi]], [[Battle of Lodi|Lodi]], [[Battle of Bassano|Bassano]], and [[Battle of Arcole|Arcole]]. In 1800 he fought at [[Battle of Montebello (1800)|Montebello]] and [[Battle of Marengo|Marengo]] as an [[aide-de-camp]] to [[Claude Perrin Victor]].
 
'''Jean Guillaume Barthélemy Thomières''' (18 August 1771 – 22 July 1812) was killed in action at [[Battle of Salamanca|Salamanca]] while commanding an [[First French Empire|Imperial French]] infantry division. He joined the army of the First French Republic in 1793 and fought the Spanish. He transferred to the [[Army of Italy (France)|Army of Italy]] in 1796 and was present at the battles of [[Second Battle of Dego|Dego]], [[Battle of Mondovi|Mondovi]], [[Battle of Lodi|Lodi]], [[Battle of Bassano|Bassano]], and [[Battle of Arcole|Arcole]]. In 1800 he fought at [[Battle of Montebello (1800)|Montebello]] and [[Battle of Marengo|Marengo]] as an [[aide-de-camp]] to [[Claude Perrin Victor]].
   
In 1806 Thomières joined the staff of [[Marshal of France|Marshal]] [[Jean Lannes]] and served in Prussia and Poland. He received promotion to [[general officer]] in July 1807. He participated in the [[Invasion of Portugal (1807)|1807 invasion of Portugal]]. On 20 August 1808 he was wounded while leading his brigade at [[Battle of Vimeiro|Vimeiro]]. He led a brigade at [[Battle of Corunna|Corunna]], [[Battle of Bussaco|Bussaco]], and [[Battle of Fuentes de Onoro|Fuentes de Onoro]] before being appointed to head a division. Thomières is one of the [[names inscribed under the Arc de Triomphe]] on Column 38.
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In 1806 Thomières joined the staff of [[Marshal of France|Marshal]] [[Jean Lannes]] and served in Prussia and [[Poland]]. He received promotion to [[general officer]] in July 1807. He participated in the [[Invasion of Portugal (1807)|1807 invasion of Portugal]]. On 20 August 1808 he was wounded while leading his brigade at [[Battle of Vimeiro|Vimeiro]]. He led a brigade at [[Battle of Corunna|Corunna]], [[Battle of Bussaco|Bussaco]], and [[Battle of Fuentes de Onoro|Fuentes de Onoro]] before being appointed to head a division. Thomières is one of the [[names inscribed under the Arc de Triomphe]] on Column 38.
   
 
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