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Jérôme-Napoléon Bonaparte, King of Westphalia and Queen Catharina; by Sebastian Weygandt, c. 1810.

Jérôme-Napoléon Bonaparte, King of Westphalia and Queen Catharina; by Sebastian Weygandt, c.

Général CHARLES-EMMANUEL LECLERC (1772-1802). Britain & France signed a temp peace agreement. Then Napolean sent this general who was also his brother in law to capture Touissant. He was captured & sent to prison hi in the Jura Mountains where he later died. Of the 28k men sent to Saint Domingue (Haiti) only 4k were able to serve. Yellow Fever. Leclerc died there. The courageous 500k "Haitian Negroes" would not be enslaved.

FRANCE - General of division Charles Victoire Emmanuel Leclerc —

Portrait of Josephine's son Eugene de Beauharnais by  Johann Heinrich Richter

Johann Heinrich Richter - Portrait of Eugene de Beauharnais Stepson and adopted child (but not the heir) of Napoleon I.

Jerome Bonaparte (1784-1860) was Napoleons youngest brother. He served in the navy and on a trip to the United States met Elizabeth Patterson and married her in 1803. However, since Jerome was a minor Napoleon didn't recognize the marriage. In 1807, Napoleon had his brother matched with Catherine of Württemberg and the two were married. Jerome became king of Westphalia from 1807- 1813 and fought in the Russian campaign.

Jerome Bonaparte, the youngest brother in the family, was King of Westphalia from

Caroline Bonaparte was 18 in 1800 when she fell in love with one of Napoleon's generals, Joachim Murat. Napoleon did not want them to marry, but Empress Josephine persuaded him. Despite this kindness from her 'enemy', Caroline did not treat Josephine any better afterwards. Ultimately she brought Josephine's downfall when she urged her brother to take a mistress, who then produced a son, proving it was Josephine, not Napoleon who was infertile.

Caroline Bonaparte was 18 in 1800 when she fell in love with one of Napoleon's…

Le général comte Fournier-Sarlovèze, Antoine-Jean Gros, Musée du Louvre

General François Fournier-Sarlovèze, by Antoine-Jean Gros, Musée du Louvre.

Catherine de Wurtemberg, par son mariage princesse Catherine Bonaparte, reine de Westphalie

1807 Jérôme Bonaparte and his wife Catherine of Württemberg by Francois Joseph Kinson

Maria Anna Elisa Bonaparte (1777–1820), was Napoleon's oldest sister. She was close to her brother Lucien. She was in her early-teens when her father died and Napoleon arranged for her to attend school at St Cyr in Paris. Then she joined the family in Marseilles. There she formed a relationship with an unemployed Corsican soldier, Felice Pasquale Baciocchi-Levoy and married him in 1797. Napoleon was unhappy with this marriage, but  arranged a position for Baciocchi under his command.

Maria Anna Elisa Bonaparte (1777–1820), was Napoleon's oldest sister. She was close to her brother Lucien. She was in her early-teens when her father died and Napoleon arranged for her to attend school at St Cyr in Paris. Then she joined the family in Marseilles. There she formed a relationship with an unemployed Corsican soldier, Felice Pasquale Baciocchi-Levoy and married him in 1797. Napoleon was unhappy with this marriage, but arranged a position for Baciocchi under his command.

1806-May-June: Creation of Kingdom of Holland with Louis Bonaparte as king.

Napoleon's younger brother Louis Bonaparte, King of Holland, by Charles Howard Hodges, 1809

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