Person    | Male  Born 2/2/1754  Died 17/5/1838

Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord

Categories: Politics & Administration

Countries: Belgium, France

Born in Paris. During political upheavals in France he was backwards and forwards between London and Paris for the year January 1792-3 when he was expelled from Britain and went to the USA. 1830-4 he was the French ambassador to London and played a major role in the London Conference which effectively achieved the recognition of Belgium as an independent state. Buried in a chapel near the château of Valençay.

Lived in Hampstead at one time (see our Samuel Sanders Teulon page).

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Charles-Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord

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Mazarin, Herring & Talleyrand

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