Biographies and arms:
Amable Gaspard, viscount of Thianges. "gentilhomme à drapeau" flag gentleman in the Gardes Françaises regiment on 10 January 1740, second ensign on 16 September 1741, first ensign on10 July 1743, grenadier ensign on 23 February 1744, sub-lieutenant on 18 March 1744. Later he became colonel of the Lorraine militia regiment and colonel of his own dragoon regiment on 1st February 1749, promoted to brigadier on 1st May 1758 and marshal of camp on 20 February 1761 and then resigned one's regiment.
Louis Jacques, knight of Chapt of Rastignac, son of Charles of Chapt of Rastignac, marquis of Laxion, and Marie Jacqueline Eléonore of Aydie of Ribérac. Captain in the regiment of Thianges then colonel of this regiment since February 1761 until November 1764 when he resigned one's regiment.
Service during the seven years war:
The regiment remained in France from 1756
to 1759 along the Bretagne coast. On 28 March 1759 4
squadrons of Thianges regiment were at Louvain coming from
Distinctive of uniforms and saddle cloth:
Drummers and oboe:
Drummers wore Thianges livery from February 1749 to February 1761 and then that of Chapt of Rastignac until 1764, both unknown.
Under commandment of the viscount of Thianges and the knight of Chapt the regiment carried red silk flags, the obverse with gold sun in splendor with the Royal motto on a scroll with red background, blue lining and the silver words "NEC PLURIBUS IMPAR" , the reverse had an unknown design, gold fringed.