Joseph Paris Duverney

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Joseph Pâris dit Duverney or Joseph Pâris Du Verney (10 April 1684 – 17 July 1770), was a French banker.

The third of four brothers, he completed his military service, then followed the example of his elder brothers by going into business provisioning the army.

In December 1721, he acquired the lordship of Plaisance (near Nogent) and undertook the reconstruction of the château there, turning it into a residence designed according to his own specifications.

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