French army officer.
Sailed for America (1777), where Lafayette recommended him to Congress. Commissioned captain (1777), then major, in Pulaski’s Legion.
Retired due to ill health (1781); commended by Congress. Later sought Franklin’s assistance in obtaining a rank in the French army equal to that he held in the American army.
Son of Jean-Martin and Marie-Thérèse (de Duboscq) de Lomagne-Tarride. Distant cousin of Bernard, abbé vicomte de Lomagne-Tarride, who recommended him to Franklin.