Daniel Sanfourche said de Lamothe

Daniel Sanfourche said de Lamothe, Sieur de Lamothe (1683-1763), is a criminal lawyer at the Parliament of Bordeaux from Sainte-Foy-la-Grande (Gironde). Son of Jean Sanfourche Substitute of the King's Prosecutor. He becomes an esteemed jurist he will be celebrated (the oracle and the ornament of the company), despite multiple activities he will take care of the education of his son Simon-Antoine Delphin de Lamothe born in Belvès-de-Castillon in 1725, when three years later came the younger Alexis. If the trace of Alexis fades that of Simon-Antoine Delphin de Lamothe, dismissed in 1743, he will be a lawyer in the Parliament of Bordeaux at the age of 18 elected to the National Academy of Sciences, Belles-Lettres et Arts de Bordeaux in 1769, then rapporteur for questions of physics, astronomy and public health. Simon-Antoine Delphin de Lamothe will correspond with an illustrious fellow citizen until 1751 in Montesquieu political thinker, pioneer of sociology, French philosopher and writer of the Enlightenment then eminent magistrate. In 1760 he bought the "Domaine de Muscadet" located in Entre-Deux-Mers in Bassens, Gironde for 28,500 pounds.[1][2][3][4][5]