1825 & 1839 HANDWRITTEN GENEALOGICAL BREAKDOWN OF ONE OF FRANCE'S OLDEST FAMILIES DATING BACK TO 1100 AD00JT51
Two  interesting original historical documents handwritten and hand-drawn by the Marquis de Falletans (sometimes Faletans) [sadly the last of his line at the time of writing] in the early 19th century specifically 1825 and 1839. The Falletans family dates back to 1100 AD and had provided France with many, many high ranking army officers - a General of the National Guard under Napoleon, Captain of the King's Hunters and in the political arena the family gave its name to a town and county in France and one of whose family was the Mayor of the town of Busy. The family carried titles without interruption for over 700 years. The second document features a couple of heraldic/armorial drawings. VG.
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