Casimir Dudevant
French noble
Casimir Dudevant
François Casimir, Baron Dudevant was a French nobleman, and the illegitimate son of Baron Jean-François Dudevant and his mistress Augustine Soulé. On December 10, 1822, Dudevant married Aurore Dupin, who would soon become well-known as the author and politician George Sand. They had two children before separating in 1835: Maurice (1823 - 1889) Solange (1828 - 1899).
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