Marie-Madeleine Masson de Plissay, Dame Cordier de Launay de Montreuil  

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Marie-Madeleine Masson de Plissay, Dame Cordier de Launay de Montreuil (1741 – 1810) was the mother-in-law of Marquis de Sade. Married August 22, 1740 with Claude-René de Montreuil, known as Madame de Montreuil. Mother of Renée-Pélagie de Montreuil and Sade's sister-in-law.

She obtained multiple lettres de cachet to ensure de Sade's continuous imprisonment in the Bastille and Charenton.



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