Eugéne-Michel Blondelet (1840-1920)
division 26 - French engraver. Medallion.
Marguerite-Louise Pioche Boyer (1767-1842)
division 26 - Wife of Paul. Medallion.
Émile Chataignier (1876-1916)
division 26 - French soldier. Émile was killed during the First World War: Mort glorieusement pour la France. Statue of Émile in his uniform.
Sculptor: Anna Chataignier Cabibel (Émile’s mother).
division 26 - Relief of two hands clasping.
Élizabeth Strean Coulson (1802-1880)
division 26 - Sculptures representing angels of music.
Alphonse Daudet (1840-1897)
division 26 - French writer. Medalion.
Charles Etienne (1777-1845)
division 26 - French playright. Medallion (1845).
Sculptor: Nicolas-Victor Vilain.
eph-Louis Gay-Lussac (1778-1850)
division 26 - French chemist and physician. Medallion.
Sculptor: Pierre-Jean David d’Angers (39).
Clémentine Tanska Hoffman (1798-1845)
division 26 - Polish writer. Bust of Clémentine and two statuettes (1848?): one young girl kneeling on a stack of books, reading and the other holding a basket of flowers in her right hand and a wreath of daisies in the other looking up at Clémentine.
Sculptor: Ladislas Oleszczynski.
Paul Meurice (1818-1905) and Eleonore Granger Meurice (1821-1876
division 26 - Two medallions, one man one woman facing each other.
Sculptor: Paul’s is unknown; Eleonore’s was sculpted by Auguste Préault (49).
division 26 - Bust of a man.
Constant Say (1816-1871)
division 26 - Large gothic-style mausoleum with angels on either side of the entrance and stained glass windows depicting, Saints Joseph, Henry, Andrew and John the Baptist.
Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin.