Places and monumentsThe hamlet of Epeaux, depend on the commune of Meursac, shelters a commandery templière 11th century. This commandery is in the course of restoration by its owner, Jacques Tourneur, which was worth the handing-over of the price to him Chanoine Wet cooper 2003 on behalf of the Academy of Saintonge, which encourages the restoration of the inheritance saintongeais.
Many files concerning the history of this commandery are accessible to the center from file from Poitiers. They were photographed, and will be put on line on the site of the commandery of Epeaux de Meursac soon.
Personalities related to the communePaul Yvon, known as " Beurchu" , was a man particularly known and loved in Saintonge. Its house, " My Feurmijouère" (my anthill, in Charente-native patois), is in Epeaux de Meursac.
It was impassioned by Napoleon, and the history of its area.
Usually speaking the Charente-native patois, it has to record a disc of fables in patois.
A photograph the representative in the middle of the vines in his acoutrement traditional resident of Charente, with its cane and its moustache very worked in Napoleon, was used to illustrate a label of a mark of pineau of Charentes bearing its name: " Beurchu".
- Common of the Charente-Maritime
- Meursac on the site of the national geographical Institute
- Meursac on the site of INSEE
- Meursac on the site of Quid
- Localization of Meursac on a chart of France and communes bordering
- Plane on Meursac on Mapquest
- 1789 - Register of grievances of Meursac and of Epeaux
Site templier: Commanderie of Epeaux de Meursac
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