Adrien Charles Deshommets de Martainville

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Adrien Charles Deshommets, marquis de Martainville
Member of the French Parliament
for Yvetot
In office
25 février 1824 – 5 novembre 1827
Personal details
Born (1783-05-05)May 5, 1783
Rouen, France
Died October 17, 1847(1847-10-17)
Sassetot-le-Mauconduit, France
Citizenship French
Nationality French
Political party Government majority
Children François Charles Esmeri Deshommets, marquis de Martainville[1]
Residence Lower Seine

Adrien Charles Deshommets de Martainville, (May 5, 1783 – October 17, 1847) was a French politician.

Biography[edit]

Adrien de Martainville was born in Rouen, on Monday[2] May 5, 1783. He was the son of Charles Gabriel Deshommets, marquis de Martainville, Colonel of the cavalry (1740-1800), and Françoise Louise Bigot de Sommesnil (1757-1811). In 1813, he became a member of the Administrative Committee of the Hospitals of Rouen. Successful in this business, he was entrusted with the establishment of an annex of hospices in the church of Saint-Yon, helping typhus patients. In 1815, he married Marie Belhomme de Glatigny (1780-1853)[2]

In 1816, he was a member of the General Council of Lower Seine. He was appointed[2] mayor of Rouen on June 20,[2] 1821, when he succeeds Charles Louis Élie Lefebvre. He holds this office until the Revolution of 1830. During his tenure as mayor of Rouen, are built the stone bridge, the monumental cemetery and St. Paul's Church. He was also at the origin of the enlargement of the Hôtel de Ville, the construction of the new Exchange and the Boeildieu Course, the extension of the Rue Royale (now Republic Street)[2] and the creation of charity workshops.[3]

In 1821, he was one of the founders of the savings bank of Rouen. He attended the laying of the first stone of St. Yon asylum on Sunday August 25, 1822.[3]

From February 25, 1824 to November 5, 1827, he was a member of the parliament, representing the Yvetot borough. He sat in the government majority. He was president of the General Council of Lower Seine from 1825 to 1831. In 1830, Martainville was replaced as mayor of Rouen by Henry Barbet. He died in his castle of Sassetot-le-Mauconduit, on Sunday[2] October 17, 1847.

Distinctions[edit]

Adrien de Martainville was elected as member of the Central Agricultural Society of Lower Sein] in 1820 and as resident member of the Academy of Sciences, Literature an Fine Arts of Rouen in 1820. He was appointed Knight of the Legion of Honor in 1821.[4] Martainville was also peer of France[1] and gentleman of the King's Chamber.[2]

Family[edit]

Adrien de Martainville had a sister, Marie Françoise Gabrielle Emilie de Mauduit de Sémerville (1780-1805).[2] His only son, François Charles Esmeri Deshommets de Martainville, had no heirs.[1]


Charles Gabriel Deshommets,
sire of Martainville
(1689-1743)
 
 
 
Marie Françoise Charlotte Aubert
(1720- )
 
Jean Robert Bigot de Sommesnil,
sire of Sassetot
(1724-1790)
 
 
 
Françoise Duhamel de Melmont
(1739-1781)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Jean Baptiste Joseph Belhomme de Glatigny
(1735-1778)
 
 
 
Le Martin de Boisville
(1755- )
 
Charles Gabriel Deshommets,
marquis de Martainville
(1740-1800)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Françoise Louise Bigot de Sommesnil
(1757-1811)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Marie Belhomme de Glatigny
(1780-1853)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Adrien Charles Deshommets,
marquis de Martainville
(1783-1847)
 
Marie Françoise Gabrielle Emilie Deshommets de Martainville
(1780-1805)
 
Constant de Mauduit de Sémerville[5]
(1774-1865)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
François Charles Esmeri Deshommets de Martainville
 
 
 
 

Bibliography[edit]

  • 1826 - Rapport au nom de la commission chargée de l'examen du projet de loi relatif à l'affectation à divers départements....

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Adrien Charles DESHOMMETS de MARTAINVILLE - Arbre.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Adrien Charles DESHOMMETS DE MARTAINVILLE - Essai de.
  3. ^ a b F. Carbonel, Aliénisme et folie dans la région de Rouen au XIXe siècle. Essai d'histoire de la médecine mentale comme « science » de gouvernement au XIXe siècle dans la région rouennaise (1825-1908), doctoral dissertation, Rouen University, 2009, p. 42, [1].
  4. ^ Base Léonore.
  5. ^ Mayor of Miserey (Eure).
  • "Adrien Charles Deshommets de Martainville", in Adolphe Robert and Gaston Cougny, Dictionnaire des parlementaires français (1789-1891), Bourloton, Paris, 1889 Edition details Wikisource.*[2].
  • Charles de Beaurepaire, Inventaire-sommaire des archives départementales antérieures à 1790, Seine-Inférieure: Archives civiles, série C, Imprimerie et Librarie Administratives de Paul Dupont, 1903.
  • Charles de Beaurepaire, Inventaire sommaire des Archives départementales antérieures à 1790, Seine-Inférieure: Archives civiles, Série C (Nos. 2215-2969)-Série D, Lecerf Fils, 1903, vol. 2.
  • Georges H. Faucon, La juridiction consulaire de Rouen, 1556-1905: d'après les documents authentiques et avec l'agrément du Tribunal de Commerce de Rouen, Hérissey, 1905.
  • Précis Analytique des Travaux de l'Academie des Sciences, Belles-lettres et Arts de Rouen, ed. Académie des Sciences, January 27, 2009.
  • Henry Decaëns, Histoire de Rouen, 2003, ed. Jean-Paul Gisserot, coll. Gisserot - Histoire, ISBN 2 87747 636 7.