Date of Birth: 28 August, 1899
Place of Birth: Figeac, Lot, France
Date of Death: 26 August, 1978
Place of Death: Phoenix, Arizona, U.S.
Charles Boyer was a French actor. He was a major star of U.S. films in the 1930s.
He was the son of Augustine Marie Louise (Durand) and Maurice Boyer. Charles was married to Scottish actress Pat Paterson, until her death, with whom he had a son.
Charles’s paternal grandfather was Jean Lucien Lavernhe/Boyer (the son of Sixte Joseph Boyer and Antoinette Élizabeth/Élisabeth “Élisa” Marion). Jean was born in Figeac, Lot, France. Sixte was the son of Antoine Boyer and Marie Jeanne Pegourié. Antoinette was the daughter of Jean Joseph Marion and Antoinette Julitte Bessiere.
Charles’s paternal grandmother was Marie Amélie Irma Lavernhe/Lavergne (the daughter of Jean Pierre François Denis Lavernhe and Marie Susanne Joséphine Pauline Adélaïde Jausions). Charles’s grandmother Marie was born in Figeac, Lot, France. Jean was the son of Jacques/Jean Jacques Lavernhe and Marie Jeanne Lagarrigue. Charles’s great-grandmother Marie was the daughter of Jean Louis Antoine Augustin Jausions and Marie de Fleurans/Fleurens.
Charles’s maternal grandfather was Raymond Crépin Durand (the son of Raymond Durand and Antoinette Cussonac). Charles’s grandfather Raymond was born in Figeac, Lot, France. Charles’s great-grandfather Raymond was the son of Pierre Durand and Marianne/Marie Anne Griffoul/Grifoul. Antoinette was the daughter of Antoine Cussonac and Marie Vigié.
Charles’s maternal grandmother was Marie Antoinette Sales (the daughter of Julien Pierre Sales and Marie Colombiès). Charles’s grandmother Marie was born in Villefranche d’Aveyron, Aveyron, France. Julien was the son of Raimond Sales and Marie Thérèse/Thérèze Armand/Armant. Charles’s great-grandmother Marie was the daughter of Jean Antoine Colombiès and Marie Antoinette Malaval.
Source: Genealogy of Charles Boyer – https://www.wikitree.com
See more of his ancestry here: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Boyer-2525#Ancestors
Ethnic, is there a picture, please?