Victor Scipion Charles Auguste de La Garde de Chambonas
|Victor Scipion Charles Auguste de La Garde,|
|marquis de Chambonas|
|Spouse(s)||Aglaé de Lespinasse|
|Father||Scipion-Louis-Joseph de La Garde de Chambonas|
15 May 1750|
Chambonas, Ardèche, France
30 July 1830 80) (aged|
He was born in Paris, the son of Scipion Louis Joseph de La Garde, Marquis de Chambonas (1765) and of Louise Victoire Grimoard de Beauvoir du Roure. He married Josephine Louise Aurélie Aglaé Aimée de Lespinasse (1756–1788) on 4 May 1774 in Paris; they had a son, Adolphe Aimé Charles (1778–1860).
He was Minister of Foreign Affairs from 17 June to 23 July 1792 in the Government of Louis XVI. After 10 August 1792, he emigrated to London where he worked as a goldsmith, was sued for debts and sent to a debtors' prison. He returned to France in 1814 and died in Paris in 1830.
Pierre Paul de Méredieu, baron de Naillac
|Minister of Foreign Affairs
18 June 1792 - 23 July 1792
| Succeeded by|
François Joseph de Gratet, vicomte Dubouchage