Hastier, Louis (1955): La Fille de Madame Royale.
In: Vieilles histoires, Etranges énigmes, page 113-123.
Librairie Arthéme Fayard - Paris
Content: The author deals with a probably daughter of the Madame Royale. On
the base of the assertion of
Anonymous (1919) he searched for more
information. In documents he found that Josephine
Thiolier was born as an legitimate (!) daughter of Marie Antoinette's
former doctor Joseph Thiolier and his wife Elisabeth
Relly on the 2/5/1793 in Cressier (Crassier), canton
Freiburg in Switzerland. She grew up in Mitau, where her father worked as
an doctor (?) for the Duke and the Duchess of Angoulême. After the
returning to France, she married the advocate Jean-Paul
Plataret on the 29/7/1813. Later, he added the words "de Villeneuve"
to his name and Anne-Marie-Josephine Thiolier became to "Madame
Plataret de Villeneuve" (P. de V.). On the 25/5/1831 the marriage was
divorced. On the 17/4/1881 she died in Privas. On the base of the documents, the author came to the result that Josephine
Thiolier was not a daughter of Madame Royale.