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Marshal Francois Lefebvre - division 28 Pere-Lachaise - then and now

François Joseph Lefebvre (1755-1820), was one of Napoleon's original eighteen Marshals of the Empire. He is buried in division 28 near Andre Massena, another Marshal of the Empire.
1828

1832 Lefebvre (Normand)

1832 Lefebvre (Normand)

1832 Lefebvre (Quaglia)

1840 Lefebvre (Marty)
2009 by Steve Soper

Marshal Andre Massena - division 28 Pere-Lachaise - then and now

Andre Massena (1758-1817 was a French military commander and one of Napoleon's original eighteen Marshals of the Empire. He is buried along with his son-in-law, Honore Charles Reille (1775-1860, Marshal of France, in division 28, near Francois Lefebvre, another Marshal of the Empire.
1855 Massena (Salomon)

1821 Massena (Jolimont)

1832 Massena (Normand)

1832 Massena (Quaglia)

1836 Massena

1840 Massena

late 19th century by Eugene Atget

1896 by Fraigneau
2006 by Steve Soper

Laurent de Gouvion Saint-Cyr (1764-1830) division 37 Pere-Lachaise

Laurent Saint-Cyr served as Marshal of France, Minister of War, Ambassador to Spain, and Minister of the Marine. Sculpture by David d'Angers (1788-1856) in division 39; designed by Louis Visconti (1791-1853) in division 4.

1764-1830, statue by David d'Angers (buried in division 39)

Dominique Catherine, Comte et Marquis de Perignon (1756-1818) division 24 Pere-Lachaise

Marshal of France and politician and supporter of Napoleon, Dominique Perignon eventually supported the restoration of the Bourbons and Louis XVIII. He also voted for the execution of Marshal Michel Ney (division 29). Bas-relief of military accouterments by Jean-Baptiste-Louis Plantar (1790-1879).