Jean-Charles Monnier

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Jean-Charles Monnier
Jean-Charles Monnier (Barbier l'aîné).JPG
General Monnier by Barbier l'aîné
Born (1758-03-22)22 March 1758
Cavaillon, France
Died 29 January 1816(1816-01-29) (aged 57)
Paris, France
Allegiance Flag of France 1790-1794.PNG Kingdom of France (1791-1792),
France French First Republic,
Flag of the Kingdom of France (1814-1830).svg Bourbon Restoration
Service/branch Infantry
Years of service 1789-1815
Rank General of Division
Commands held Royal army of the south (Hundred Days)
Battles/wars French Revolutionary Wars,
Hundred Days
Awards Légion d'honneur (Commander)
Order of Saint Louis (Knight)
Name inscribed under the Arc de Triomphe
Other work Peer of France

Jean-Charles, comte Monnier (22 March 1758 in Cavaillon – 29 January 1816 in Paris), was a French infantry commander during the French Revolutionary Wars and the Hundred Days.