Talk:Louis Lucien Bonaparte
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If Louis (Luigi) gew up in Italy why did he speak French with ENGLISH accent? Should it not be an ITALIAN accent? Sure, he was born in Britain, but he left the country when he was so small that he could not remenber it. So his accent must have been Italian.
2008-01-10 Lena Synnerholm, Märsta, Sweden.
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Vicar of Paul Church in Cornwall?
According to this wiki article, Louis was the Vicar of Paul Church in Cornwall.
This conflicts with the outline of his life in the bio on his life on this page. I grew up near Paul, and I can assert that he was a minor celebrity locally, with an impact on the cultural landscape. Partly as a consequence of his championing of Dolly Pentreath, Cornish is now being revived as a language, and was recently awarded legal protection under the EU Charter of Minority Languages.