Count Joseph Jellachich de Buzim

Count Joseph Jellachich de Buzim

Jellachich de Buzim, Joseph, Count, 1801-59, Austrian general, a Croatian nobleman. He was governor of Croatia when the revolution of 1848 broke out in Hungary, and he commanded an army against the revolutionists. His purpose was to separate Croatia from Hungary, and he was backed by the Austrian government. After the fall (1849) of the Hungarian revolutionary government of Kossuth, Jellachich was again governor of Croatia, which remained a part of Hungary.
François-Joseph-Philippe de Riquet (September 21, 1771 - March 2, 1843), comte de Caraman was the 16th Prince de Chimay from July 24, 1804 to 1843.

Born in Paris, he emigrated during the French Revolution, came back during the First French Empire, and received the title of chef de cohorte from Napoleon.

On August 22, 1805, he married Thérésa de Cabarrus, aka. Madame Tallien, former wife of Jean Lambert Tallien. Their children were:

  1. Joseph Philippe (1808-1886), 17th Prince de Chimay, Prince de Caraman
  2. Michel Gabriel Alphonse Ferdinand (1810-1865) - father of Marie-Clotilde-Elisabeth Louise de Riquet, comtesse de Mercy-Argenteau
  3. Marie Auguste Louise Thérèse Valentine (1815-1876)

François-Joseph-Philippe de Riquet died in Toulouse on March 2 1843. He and Thérésa were interred under the sacristy of the church of Chimay.

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