Jacques-Juste Barbet spaniel of Jouy
BiographyResulting from a Protestant family of the Country of Caux (Bolbec), Jacques-Juste Barbet of Jouy is the oldest son of Jacques Barbet, founder of a Indian Manufacture of with Déville-the-Rouen.
Having begun again paternal manufacture with died of his/her father with his brothers, Jacques-Juste repurchases in 1821 with the son of Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf the factory of Toile of Jouy to Jouy-in-Josas, and takes the name of Barbet of Jouy . But the economic situation is not favorable any more to the Indians and manufacture goes bankrupt in 1843.
Mayor of Jouy-in-Josas 1823 to 1848, he is the brother of Henry Barbet, Pair of France and Maire of Rouen.
The street Barbet spaniel-of-JouyHe gave his name to the street which he made bore in 1836 in the 7th district of Paris with the support of the countess Duchâtel and of the family Costa de Beauregard.
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