16851767, Sep 25
son of Louis Roger d'Hozier, succeeded his uncle Charles as juge d'armes. He published the Armorial général, ou registre de la noblesse de France (10 vols, 1738 – 1768), which must not be confounded with the publication written by his uncle, inasmuch as it related solely to noble families and was not an official collection. Complete copies of this work, which should contain six registres, are comparatively rare.
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