Casimir Dudevant

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Dudevant in the 1860s

François Casimir Dudevant (6 July 1795 – 1871) was the illegitimate son of Baron Jean-François Dudevant (1754–1826),[1] a French military officer, and his mistress, Augustine Soulé.[2]

On 10 December 1822, Dudevant married Aurore Dupin, who would subsequently become well known as an author using the name George Sand. Before separating in 1835, they had two children: Maurice (1823–1889) and Solange (1828–1899), who married the artist Auguste Clésinger in 1847.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Jean-François Dudevant". www.culture.gouv.fr. Retrieved 2017-10-03.
  2. ^ "François Casimir Dudevant". www.georgesand.culture.fr. Retrieved 2017-10-03.
  • Casimir Carrère. George Sand amoureuse. Paris, Genève, La Palatine, 1967.