Catherine Raffin dit Madame Duchesnois (1777-1835)

Catherine Raffin dit Madame Duchesnois (1777-1835)

division 30 - French actress. Relief representing Tragedy, standing with her right arm wrapped around a funerary urn and her right hand holding a writing stylus; in her left hand she holds a knife.

Sculptor: Philippe Lemaire.

Avenue des Acacias.

François-Christophe Kellermann (1735-1820)

François-Christophe Kellermann (1735-1820)

division 30 - Monument of the family of Marshal Kellermann adorned with coat-of-arms, garlands, trophies, owls.

Sculptor: Jean-Baptiste Plantar.

Avenue des Acacias.

Louis-Jean-Nepomucene Lemercier (1787-1840)

Louis-Jean-Nepomucene Lemercier (1787-1840)

division 30 - French poet and playwright. Medallion (1840) of man in left profile.

Sculptor: Pierre-Jean David d’Angers (39).

Avenue des Acacias.

Giles-Charles Porcher de Lissonay, comte de Richebourg (1753-182

Giles-Charles Porcher de Lissonay, comte de Richebourg (1753-182

division 30 - French politician. Relief above the entrance to the tomb of a man and woman sitting back-to-back with a funerary urn between them.

Sculptor: Pierre-Alphonse Fessard.

Avenue des Acacias.

Photo by Pierre-Yves Beaudouin,

François-Étienne de Rosily-Mesros (1748–1832)

François-Étienne de Rosily-Mesros (1748–1832)

division 30 - French vice-admiral. Four reliefs, three at the base of the stele and one of an anchor near the top.

Sculptor: Unknown.

Avenue des Acacias.

Etienne-Renaud-Augustin Serres (1786-1864)

Etienne-Renaud-Augustin Serres (1786-1864)

division 30 - French physician, professor of medicine, and professor at the Museum of Natural History. Medallion.

Sculptor: medallion by Antony-Samuel Adam-Salomon and additional decoration by Paul Lebegue.

Avenue des Acacias.