Jean Thomas Guillaume Lorge

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Jean Thomas Guillaume Lorge
Born (1767-11-22)22 November 1767
Caen, France
Died 28 November 1826(1826-11-28) (aged 59)
Chauconin-Neufmontiers, France
Allegiance France French First Republic,
France First French Empire
Service/branch Cavalry
Years of service 1785-1825
Rank General of Division
Battles/wars French Revolutionary Wars,
Napoleonic Wars
Awards Légion d'honneur (Grand Officer)
Order of Saint Louis (Knight)
Other work Commissary for the return of French prisoners in the kingdoms of Portugal and Spain

Jean Thomas Guillaume Lorge (born 22 November 1767 in Caen; died 28 November 1826 in Chauconin-Neufmontiers), was a French cavalry commander during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars.[1] Lorge is one of the names inscribed under the Arc de Triomphe, on Column 6.


  1. ^ Thomas 1892, p. 1578.


  • Thomas, Joseph (1892), Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology, 2, Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, p. 1578