Alexandre Durand d'Ubraye

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Alexandre Durand d'Ubraye (from Alexandre Jean-Baptiste Joseph Jacques Durand d'Ubraye) (12 September 1807 - 3 August 1864) was Governor General for Inde française in the Second French Colonial Empire under Second French Empire under Napoleon III.


Son of Alexandre Jean-Baptiste Michel Durand d'Ubraye and of Marie-Pauline Riou, Alexandre Durand d'Ubraye was born in Morlaix (France).[1]

He joined the Navy 17 December 1828 and began as Naval clerk. Firstly trainee Commissioner, then deputy Commissioner, and then Commissioner, he was Naval Commissioner General 1 June 1852.[2]

He was appointed Governor General for Inde française in April 1857.

He died 3 August 1864 in Saint-Martin-d'Uriage (France) at the age of 56.



Titles Held[edit]

Government offices
Preceded by
Raymond de Saint-Maur
Gouverneur Général de l'Inde française
April 1857–January 1863
Succeeded by
Napoléon Joseph Louis Bontemps