Paul Marie Bonaparte
Paul Marie Bonaparte (February 19, 1809 Canino - September 7, 1827 Nafplio) fought in the Greek War of Independence.
Paul Marie Bonaparte was the third child of Lucien Bonaparte and Alexandrine de Bleschamp. He studied at the University of Bologna. In March 1827 he secretly left the city, and under an assumed name, went to Greece to take part in the Greek War of Independence. Arriving first at the Ionian Islands, Bonaparte was welcomed August 24 at Poros by the British Admiral Cochrane, who was entrusted with command of the Greek fleet. Bonaparte served on the flagship frigate Hellas, which after a series of unsuccessful operations stood off in the strait of the island Spetses.
On 6 September 1827, on board the Hellas, Bonaparte was mortally wounded while cleaning his own gun and died the day after.
After the end of the war in 1832, Bonaparte was buried in a mausoleum on the island of Sphacteria, close to the French sailors who fell in the Battle of Navarino.
| Ancestors of Paul Marie Bonaparte|
|16. Sebastiano Nicolo Buonaparte|
|8. Giuseppe Maria Buonaparte|
|17. Maria-Anna Tusilo di Bocognano|
|4. Carlo Buonaparte|
|18. Giuseppe Maria Paravicini|
|9. Maria-Saveria Paravicini|
|19. Maria Angela Salineri|
|2. Lucien Bonaparte, 1st Prince of Canino and Musignano|
|20. Giovanni Agostino Ramolino|
|10. Giovanni Geronimo Ramolino|
|21. Angela Maria Peri|
|5. Letizia Ramolino|
|22. Giuseppe Maria Pietrasanta|
|11. Angela Maria Pietrasanta|
|23. Maria Josefina Malerba|
|1. Prince Paul Marie Bonaparte|
|12. Nicolas Jacob de Bleschamp|
|6. Charles Jacob de Bleschamp|
|26. Pierre Dehorgue|
|13. Marguerite Dehorgue|
|27. Jeanne Poindrette|
|3. Alexandrine de Bleschamp|
|14. Jean-Charles Bouvet|
|7. Philiberte Bouvet|
|30. Antoine François Grimod de Verneuil|
|15. Marie Gasparde Grimod de Verneuil|
|31. Marie Suzanne Papet|
- 1 2 Cochrane, Thomas; Bourne, H. R. Fox (1869). The Life of Thomas, Lord Cochrane. London: Richard Bentley. pp. 118–120.
- ↑ Δημήτρης Φωτιάδης, Η Επανάσταση του 21, ΜΕΛΙΣΣΑ, 1971,τ.Γ,σ.388
- ↑ Δημήτρης Φωτιάδης,Η Επανάσταση του 21, ΜΕΛΙΣΣΑ, 1971, τ.Δ, σ.402
- 1 2 St. Clair, William (2008). That Greece Might Still be Free. Cambridge: Open Book. p. 248. ISBN 9781906924003.
- Dictionnaire de biographie française, tom VI, Paris 1951