Louis-François Coutard (1769-1852)

Louis-François Coutard (1769-1852)

division 37 - French general. Bust.

Sculptor: unknown.

Nicolas Frochot (1757-1828)

Nicolas Frochot (1757-1828)

division 37 - French civil servant. Frochot was Préfet de la Seine under Napoleon I and as such he was responsible for purchasing the former Jesuit retreat on Mont-Louis and for opening Père-Lachaise Cemetery in 1840.

Two reliefs, one on each side of the tomb entrance.

Sculptor: Nicolas-Bernard Raggi.

Avenue des Acacias.

Jacques-Nicolas Gobert (1770-1808)

Jacques-Nicolas Gobert (1770-1808)

division 37 - French general. Statue of the Gobert just as he was shot in the head at the battle of Bailién in Spain.

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

Chemin Suchet et Massena.

Jacques-Nicolas Gobert (1770-1808)

Jacques-Nicolas Gobert (1770-1808)

division 37 - Relief of General Dampierre turning over his command to Gobert during the Battle of Raismes on May 5, 1793.

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

Chemin Suchet et Massena.

Jacques-Nicolas Gobert (1770-1808)

Jacques-Nicolas Gobert (1770-1808)

division 37 - Relief of General Gobert putting down a slave rebellion in Santo Domingo in 1802.

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

Suchet et Massena.

Jacques-Nicolas Gobert (1770-1808)

Jacques-Nicolas Gobert (1770-1808)

division 37 - relief of General Jobert’s son Napoléon who died while attached to the embassy in Cairo, Egypt and who is also buried in the same tomb with his father.

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

Chemin Suchet et Massena.

Laurent de Gouvion-Saint Cyr (1764-1830)

Laurent de Gouvion-Saint Cyr (1764-1830)

division 37 - Marshal of France, Minister of War, Ambassador to Spain, and Minister of the Marine. Statue of Gouvion Saint-Cyr.

Sculptor: Pierre-Jean David d’Angers (39), designed by Louis Visconti (4).

Avenue des Acacias,