Lot n° 27
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File of eight documents concerning the military... - Lot 27 - Thierry de Maigret
File of eight documents concerning the military career of Mr. Nicolas François de Boney (Bonnay) de Nonancourt, from the end of the 18th century and the emigration from 1792. He was born in Verdun on March 7, 1755 (?): - Letter of nomination by the Vicomte de Custine concerning a charge of second lieutenant in the colonial company of the infantry regiment of Rouergue, dated Versailles June 2, 1777, signed: "Louis". - Charge of second lieutenant in the company of chasseurs of the regiment of infantry of Rouergue, dated of Versailles May 10, 1780, signed: "Louis". - Charge of second lieutenant in the company of Dalen in the regiment of infantry of Cambrésis, dated October 12, 1780, signed: "Louis". (This document was sent to Charles Louis Nicolas Bonnay de Nonancourt?). - Charge of second lieutenant in the company of Mablanc in the infantry regiment of Rouergue, made at Versailles on May 21, 1781, signed: "Louis" and Louis Joseph de Bourbon. - Certificate by Jean Baptiste Antoine colonel, Vicomte de Brons, for services in the royal army of the Bourbons (1792) and that he left only at the time of his dismissal in the country of Liege, in November of the said year, made in Luxembourg on April 3, 1793, signed: "Colonel Vicomte de Brons". - Passport, by us Louis Joseph de Bourbon, Prince de Condé, to M. de Nonancourt, captain major of the regiment of Durand infantry to go by Gratz in various places of Germany, made in Feistritz on April 29, 1801, signed: "Louis Joseph de Bourbon". - Certificate by the Prince de Condé confirming the military positions held by Nicolas François de Bonnay Nonancourt, currently captain major of infantry, emigrated on August 4, 1791, 1792 campaign in the army of the Duke of Bourbon, and joined us on April 30, 1794 in company no. 3 of the noble hunters and the following ones until today in the Hohenlohe regiment, now of Durand, first as lieutenant and then as captain aide major and participated in all the affairs that took place while he was in the army; wounded in the right thigh on September 30, 1796; made in our headquarters at Feistritz on April 29, 1801, signed: "Louis Joseph de Bourbon". - Deliberation of the order of the nobility of March 28, 1789: "Equality of the tax" with list of the nobles who signed; the name of Nonancourt is quoted; in German and French languages.
Attached is the genealogy of the House of Bonnay, in the county of Burgundy, near Besançon, dating back to 1148; autograph piece of 8 pages, signed by M. de Nonancourt, 1st lieutenant in the regiment of Rouergue, dated November 27, 1784.
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