Benoît Georges de Najac
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Benoît Georges de Najac (22 November 1748, Versailles - 26 November 1826, Paris) was a French nobleman, fleet commissioner, reformer and freemason. He became an écuyer (1781), and a comte de l’Empire (L.P. of 26 April 1808), as comte de Najac.
His descendants included the librettist and man of letters, Émile de Najac.