Post by Henry Soszynski Post by firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello, I have a question regarding a member of an illegitimate branch of the Bourbons Charles Casimir Oreille de Carriére son of Charles Louis Auguste Oreille de Carriére illegitimate son of the Duc of Berry Charles-Ferdinand d'Artois. The sources agree he was a lyric artist however Wikipedia affirms Charles Casimir married but that he died childless however Geneanet and Angelfire affirm that he had a son Raoul Charles Jules Oreille de Carriére who however died childless less than a year after him. Which one is the correct version?
Charles Casimir Oreille de Carrière, born 1842, married Marguerite
Caroline Chausseblanche, born 1857. No children of this marriage
given. Ferdinand Oreille de Carrière 1820-1876, only had one daughter.
Unfortunately, I have no source for this.
See Patrick van Kerrebrouck and Christophe Brun, La Maison de Bourbon
(Nouvelle Histoire Généalogique de l'Auguste Maison de France, Tome IV)
2nd edition (2004) p.852, which gives the following, citing sources:
Charles Casimir Oreille de Carrière, "artiste lyrique", b Ternopol 13
mar 1842 d Paris (11e) 2 oct 1903, m. Paris (9e) 7 sep 1876 Marguerite
Caroline Chausseblanche, "artiste dramatique", b Paris (2e ancien) 28
aug 1857 d Nice 8 jan 1939.
They were parents of Raoul Charles Jules Oreille de Carrière b Paris
(9e) 26 jun 1877 d (unmarried) of malaria at the Hôpital militaire
Saint-Martin, Paris (10e) 13 aug 1904.
Raoul enlisted as a "soldat 2e classe" 15 nov 1898 and served in various
regiments, including in the expedition to suppress the Boxer Rebellion
and in Madagascar (fuller details in the book).
Chris Pitt Lewis
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