Jacques Aymar de Roquefeuil et du Bousquet

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Jacques Aymar de Roquefeuil et du Bousquet (14 November 1665, château du Bousquet, Montpeyroux, Rouergue – 8/9 March 1744) was a French Navy admiral.

Family[edit]

He was the younger brother of Louis, Baron de Roquefeuil et du Bousquet and a member of the House of Roquefeuil-Blanquefort, one of the most illustrious Languedoc families. His father left him the hereditary government of the town of Rodez, which the king invested him with upon his marriage in 1711. His mother was Victoire de Moret, granddaughter of Madeleine de Bourbon.

Life[edit]

Marriage and family[edit]

On 4 August 1712, he married Jeanne Louise du Main d'Angeret, and they had: