Jean Thomas Guillaume Lorge
|Jean Thomas Guillaume Lorge|
22 November 1767|
|Died||28 November 1826
|Allegiance|| French First Republic,
First French Empire
|Years of service||1785-1825|
|Rank||General of Division|
|Battles/wars||French Revolutionary 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. Lorge is one of the names inscribed under the Arc de Triomphe, on Column 6.
- Thomas 1892, p. 1578.
- Thomas, Joseph (1892), Universal pronouncing dictionary of biography and mythology, 2, Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, p. 1578
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