Name: Alexandre Philippe ANDRYANE
Birth: 1797 in Paris, France
Event BET 1824 AND 1832 Imprisoned with Count Confalonieri and Silvio Pellico in ?pilberk (Spielberg) Fortress prison in Brno (Brünn), Moravia (Czech Republic)
Occupation: Commissaire général pour les intérêts de l'armée française 1859
Death: 12 JAN 1863 in Coye la Forêt, Oise, Picardie, France
Name: Alessandro Filippo ANDRYANE
Name: Philippe-Alexandre ANDRYANE
The New International Encyclopaedia
Vol. 1, p. 547
ANDRYANE, ALEXANDRE PHILIPPE (1797-1863). A French soldier noted for his captivity in the fortress of Spielberg. He was born in Paris, and after serving as an artillery officer until 1815, went to Italy and attempted to incite an insurrection against Austria. He was arrested and condemned to death, but his sentence was commuted by the Emperor of Austria to perpetual imprisonment in the fortress of Spielberg, where for eight years he led a life of torture, vividly described in his 'Memoires d'un prisonnier d'etat' (Paris, 1837-38). He was pardoned in 1832, and afterward served with the French army in Italy. After the battle of Magenta he was appointed commissary general by Napoleon III. In addition to the before mentioned work he published 'Souvenirs de Geneve, complement des memoires d'un prisonnier d'etat' (1839).
Quitta la France 1815, conspira en Italie contre l'Autriche, condamné à mort 1824, vit sa peine commuée en détention perpétuelle dans la forteresse du Spielberg (Hrad ?pilberk, Brno, Moravia, Czech Republic), où se trouvaient Pellico et Maroncelli, libéré 1832, suivit l'armée française en Italie 1859, commissaire général pour veiller aux intérêts de 'armée. "Mémoires d'un prisonnier d'état" 1837-38, "Souvenirs de Genève" 1839.
France and 1848: the end of monarchy
By William Fortescue
The February Days and the provinces
About 9 pm on the evening of 24 February 1848, Alexandre Andryane, a veteran of Buonarotti's secret societies and a former inmate of the notorious Spielberg prison, whom Lamartine had instructed to precede Ledru-Rollin at the Ministry of Interior, sent out an official dispatch to the prefecture of each department, announcing the formation of the Provisional Government.
Father: Gandulphe ANDRYANE b: 11 FEB 1753 in Liège, Brabant, Belgium
Mother: Géraldine-Rose MAGNÉE b: ABT 1768
Jeanne-Adèle BULAN b: ABT 1810 in Amiens, France
- Frédéric ANDRYANE b: ABT 1837
- Jane ANDRYANE b: ABT 1839