GeographyThe geological character common to the area of the cold Grounds is under ground made up of marine molasse (tender sandstone stone, interfered with Argile and quartz) dating from the tertiary era covered by glacial alluvia fluvio, deposited with the quaternary era by the cast iron of the ices.
HistoryThe oldest document writes on which the name of Chabuen appears goes back to 1172. The armorial bearings of Châbons are those which decorated the blazon of family GALLIEN OF CHABONS: " Azure with the gold lion crosses of a sinople fasce charged with three besants of argent."
1349 Charles V becomes the first dolphin owner of the Dauphine one 1358 Charles V yields, for rendered services, the ground of Châbons and its dependences with Guy de Grolée 1448 the goods of the family of Guy de Grolée are confiscated by Louis XI which gives Châbons to Antoine De Virieu Seigneur of Bizones. When his/her Jean son Of virieu dies without posterity the ground of Châbons turns over to the Delphinal field. 1521 Jacques De Gallien de Châbons, originating in the Passage buys with the Dolphin the ground and the seigniory of Châbons. 1578 inhabitants of Châbons preferring to be vassal of the king that of a gentleman in Humbert de Gallien (wire of Jacques) the ground of Châbons repurchases which turns over to the Delphinal field 1638 François De Virieu Pupetières acquires for 1610 pounds the seigniory of Châbons.
For more information lira: " Châbons, a village in Dauphiné" Jean Vaudaine, 2000 autoédition
Places and monuments
- the castle of Pupetières
It belongs to the family De Virieu. It was restored by Purple-the-Duke at the 19th century. Lamartine, family friend, remained there and there wrote one of its poems the small valley .
Personalities related to the communeJEAN GINET (1881-1942)
Among the personalities châbonnaise, one can quote Jean Ginet, elected under the socialist label radical, appointed Popular front in 1936. To the Parliament it will belong to the Committee on Agriculture and in the commission of Alsace-Lorraine.Maire since 1919, Jean Ginet dies in full meeting of the municipal council on March 27th, 1942 at the 61 years age.
- Common of Isere
- Châbons on the site of the national geographical Institute
- Châbons on the site of INSEE
- Châbons on the site of Quid
- Localization of Châbons on a chart of France and communes bordering
- Plane on Châbons on Mapquest
- Châbons on the site of Some share in France
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