Étienne Hubert de Cambacérès

Étienne-Hubert de Cambacérès (Montpellier, 1756-Rouen, 1818) was archbishop of Rouen in 1802, cardinal in 1803 and senator from 1805. He was the younger brother of the jurist, Jean Jacques Régis de Cambacérès the Duke of Parma.[1]


Étienne Hubert de Cambacérès
Archbishop of Rouen
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ChurchRoman Catholic Church
ArchdioceseRouen
SeeRouen
Appointed10 April 1802
Term ended25 October 1818
PredecessorDominique de La Rochefoucauld
SuccessorFrançois de Pierre de Bernis
Other postsCardinal-Priest of Santo Stefano al Monte Celio (1805-18)
Orders
Ordination1780
by Joseph-François de Malide
Consecration11 April 1802
by Giovanni Battista Caprara
Created cardinal17 January 1803
by Pope Pius VII
RankCardinal-Priest
Personal details
Birth nameÉtienne Hubert de Cambacérès
Born11 September 1756
Montpellier, Kingdom of France
Died25 October 1818(1818-10-25) (aged 62)
Rouen, French Kingdom
BuriedRouen Cathedral
ParentsJean Antoine de Cambacérès
Marie Rose Vassal
Alma materUniversity of Montpellier
see also Étienne Hubert (disambiguation)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Revue de l'Institut Napoléon Issues 94-101 Institut Napoléon 1965 "Papiers d'Etienne-Hubert, cardinal de Cambacérès (1756- 1818), frère du duc de Parme : pièces diverses sur sa carrière ecclésiastique entre 1770 et 1805 (7)."