Jean Baptiste Plauché
|Jean Baptiste Plauché|
Jean Baptiste Plauché, 1836
|Died||1860 (aged 74–75)|
|Allegiance||United States of America|
|Battles/wars||Battle of New Orleans|
|Other work||Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana|
Jean Baptiste Plauché (1785–1860) was a Louisiana soldier and politician. He was Lieutenant Governor of Louisiana, from 1850 - 1853. In the Battle of New Orleans, Major Plauché headed the New Orleans uniformed militia companies.
He was married to Mathilde St. Amand (22 October 1791 – 26 October 1840), by whom he had seven children.
- Fortier, Alcée (1904). A history of Louisiana. Paris: Goupil & co. of Paris, Manzi, Joyant & co., successors,. p. 250.
- "Louisiana's Military Heritage: Forts, Camps, and Bases". Louisiana Naval War Memorial Commission. Retrieved 2008-08-15.
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