Claude de Beauharnais
|Died||10 January 1819 (aged 62)|
|Claudine Françoise Adrienne Gabrielle de Lézay-Marnézia|
Sophie Fortin Duplessis
|Children||Albéric Jules Albert|
Stéphanie de Beauharnais
Josephine de Beauharnais
|Parent(s)||Claude de Beauharnais|
He was the son of Claude de Beauharnais (1717-1784), 1st comte des Roches-Baritaud (uncle of Alexandre de Beauharnais and of François de Beauharnais) and his wife Fanny. His mother held a famous salon in Paris.
He married twice. He first married on 17 June 1786 to Claudine Françoise Adrienne Gabrielle de Lézay-Marnézia (Moutonne, Jura, 5 April 1768 - Saint-Julien-sur-Suran, 9 August 1791), by whom he had two children:
He remarried in 1799 to Sophie Fortin Duplessis (7 February 1775 - 20 May 1850), and they had one child:
On 5 pluviôse year XII he was made president of the electoral college of the Vendée département, also becoming a Sénat conservateur on 1 floréal year XII. He was made a member of the Légion d'honneur on the following 25 prairial.
In 1810, he became a member of the conseil d'administration of the Sénat conservateur, a chevalier d'honneur of empress Marie-Louise and grand cross of the ordre de la Fidélité (on 24 February). On 30 June 1811 he became a grand-officer of the Légion d'honneur.