Charles Lemonnier

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Charles Lemonnier
Baron Lemonnier by Frans Huygelen, after a model by Thomas Vinçotte - Brussels, Belgium - DSC06657.jpg
Monument to Baron Lemonnier by Frans Huygelen, after a model by Thomas Vinçotte
Born Charles Jean Maurice Lemonnier
(1860-01-12)12 January 1860
Mons, Belgium
Died 11 September 1930(1930-09-11) (aged 70)
Brussels, Belgium
Nationality Belgium
Occupation politician

Baron Charles Jean Maurice Lemonnier (12 January 1860 – 11 September 1930) was a Belgian liberal politician and burgomaster of Brussels.

Charles Lemonnier was a lawyer, mining engineer and as a politician he was alderman ad-interim burgomaster of Brussels. He was also a member of parliament. During World War I he took over as burgomaster of Brussels, while Adolphe Max was held in captivity by the Germans.

Honours[edit]

1919 : Grand officer in the Order of Leopold.[1]

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ RD 31/8/1919[full citation needed]

References[edit]

  • Douxchamps, José, Présence nobiliaire au parlement belge (1830–1970). Notes généalogiques, Wépion-Namen, José Douxchamps, 2003, p. 72.
  • Van Molle, P., Het Belgisch parlement 1894-1969, Gent, Erasmus, 1969, p. 220.
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