Chaumette is a French surname. Notable people with the surname include:
François Chaumette (1923–1996) was a French actor.
Franois Chaumette is an electrical engineer at the Inria Rennes Bretagne Atlantique (IRISA) in Rennes, France. Chaumette was named a Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) in 2013 for his contributions to vision-based robot control.
Monique Chaumette is a French actress. She appeared in more than forty films since 1958. She was married to Philippe Noiret from 1962 until his death in 2006.
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Pierre Gaspard Chaumette was a French politician of the Revolutionary period.
Jean-Nicolas Pache was a French politician who served as Mayor of Paris from 1793 to 1794.
Jean-Baptiste-Joseph Gobel was a French Catholic cleric and politician of the Revolution. He was executed during the Reign of Terror.
The Cult of Reason was France's first established state-sponsored atheistic religion, intended as a replacement for Roman Catholicism during the French Revolution. It also rivaled Robespierre's Cult of the Supreme Being.
The Hébertists, or Exaggerators were a radical revolutionary political group associated with the populist journalist Jacques Hébert, a member of the Cordeliers club. They came to power during the Reign of Terror and played a significant role in the French Revolution.
Antoine Simon was a shoemaker at Rue des Cordeliers in Paris and a member of the Club of the Cordeliers, representative of the Paris Commune. He was born in Troyes France to François Simon and Marie-Jeanne Adenet. On 3 July 1793, Simon was designated to watch over Louis XVII at the Temple. On 19 January 1794, Simon was removed from his position and left the Temple in company of his wife. On 28 July 1794, Simon was among the 21 to be sent to the guillotine together with Robespierre at the Place de la Révolution, today's Place de la Concorde, in Paris, in an execution which marked the end of the Terror.
Morne-à-l'Eau is a commune located in the department of Guadeloupe.
Don't Touch the White Woman! is a 1974 French-Italian farce, an absurdist Western set in Paris, directed by Marco Ferreri.
Thérèse Étienne is a 1958 French-Italian drama film directed by Denys de La Patellière, and starring James Robertson Justice, Françoise Arnoul, and Pierre Vaneck. It was based on a novel by John Knittel. A young French woman marries an elderly businessman, but soon becomes involved with his son.
Masks is a 1987 French comedy film directed by Claude Chabrol. It was entered into the 37th Berlin International Film Festival.
Dana Fontaine Miller, known as Rick Miller, is a retired military officer and a businessman from Sugar Land in suburban Houston, Texas, who has been since 2013 a Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives from District 26, based in Fort Bend County. From 2007 to 2011, Miller was the chairman of the Fort Bend County Republican Party.
Le désordre et la nuit is a 1958 French crime film directed by Gilles Grangier and starring Jean Gabin and Danielle Darrieux. The screenplay is based on the novel Le désordre et la nuit by Jacques Robert. The film was released in the United States as Night Affair.
Beatrice is a 1987 French-Italian historical drama film directed by Bertrand Tavernier and starring Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu, Julie Delpy and Nils Tavernier.
Five Leaf Clover is a 1972 French comedy film directed by Edmond Freess and starring Philippe Noiret, Liselotte Pulver and Micha Bayard.
Birgitt Haas Must Be Killed is a 1981 French-West German thriller film directed by Laurent Heynemann and starring Philippe Noiret, Jean Rochefort and Lisa Kreuzer.
Burning Fuse is a 1957 French-Italian thriller film directed by Henri Decoin and starring Raymond Pellegrin, Charles Vanel and Peter van Eyck.