Charles Jacques Villeré

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Charles Jacques Villeré (1828 – January 7, 1899) was a prominent Louisiana politician who served in the Congress of the Confederate States for two terms during the American Civil War.

He was born in St. Bernard Parish, Louisiana, likely a grandson of Governor Jacques Villeré. He served in the state legislature in 1854. During the Civil War, he was an officer in the Confederate States Army. He was elected to the First Confederate Congress and the Second Confederate Congress.

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