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Château de la Baugisière

Château de la Baugisière
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Castle Facts:

Location: Saint-Michel-le-Cloucq, in the Vendée departement of France (Pays de la Loire Region).
Built: 18th century.
Condition: In good condition.
Ownership / Access: Privately owned.
ISMH Reference Number: PA00110315
Notes: Château de la Baugisière is a castle located in the municipality of Saint-Michel-le-Cloucq, in the canton of Saint-Hilaire-des-Loges in Vendée. It is a listed building since 1993. The estate originally called the manor Ugres; it takes its new name in the Middle Ages when the family became owner Bogis. The Boutou family owns Baugisière from the thirteenth century. Pierre Boutou, esquire, husband of Lyette Chassenon, then lord. The current castle is Beaugisière built in 1741 by Maximilian Boutou knight of La Baugisière. Husband of Suzanne Fleury La Caillère and Henrietta Green Saint-Marsault, Maximilian had three daughters: Suzanne (wife of Claude Bardin), Therese (wife of Mr. Tinguy) and Jeanne (wife of Charles Racodet La Vergnais ). The castle then passed to the daughter of Jeanne Louise Racodet La Guillemandière, who married Count Benigne-Germanicus Maynard of Langon. Their son, Germanicus Bonaventure Count Maynard inherits. In 1880, the Baugisière is sold at Calixte Marquis Jousselin and his wife Leontine de Baudry d'Asson.

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