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  1. Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II (November 5, 1830 – September 3, 1893) was a French-American military officer who served in the United States Army and later in the French Army. He was a member of the American branch of the Bonaparte family .

  2. Another grandson was Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II, (1829–1893). In the early 1850s, he graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point , was commissioned an officer in the United States Army, and served with the Mounted Rifles in Texas on the American southwestern frontier.

  3. 24 de dez. de 2020 · Imperador dos franceses por pouco mais de 10 anos, Napoleão Bonaparte torcia para que sua segunda esposa, Maria Louise da Áustria, desse à luz um herdeiro para o trono. Ele pedia por um filho inteligente e destemido, que pudesse seguir seus passos. Em 20 de março de 1811, então, nasceu o pequeno Napoleão François Joseph ...

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  4. 1 de mai. de 2022 · Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II (November 5, 1830 – September 3, 1893) was a son of Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte and Susan May Williams. Biography. He was the grandnephew of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte of France and the grandson of Jerome Bonaparte, King of Westphalia.

    • Baltimore, Maryland
    • Caroline Leroy Bonaparte
    • Maryland
    • November 5, 1830
  5. Portrait of Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II (1830-1893) in his West Point cadet uniform. Born in Baltimore, Jerome was a grandson of the famous Elizabeth "Betsy" Patterson Bonaparte (1789-1875) and brother to Charles Joseph Bonaparte (1851-1921), a U.S. Attorney General and Secretary of the Navy.

  6. They had two sons: Jerome Napoleon Bonaparte II (1830–1893), who served as an officer in the armies of both the United States and France, and Charles Joseph Bonaparte (1851–1921), who became the United States Attorney General and Secretary of the Navy, and also created the Bureau of Investigation, which was later rechristened the ...