The Saint Roch Church houses a memorial to Admiral de Grasse. In English, the inscription says, basically:
In memory of the Count of GRASSE
In the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight, the sixteenth of January, was buried in this Elise the body of Francis Joseph Paul, Count of GRASSE, Marquis of TILLY, of the Princes of ANTIBES.
Lieutenant General in the Navy, Commander of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, Member of the Society of Cincinnati.
Born in Bar Castle, near Grasse, on September 13, 1722.
Died in Paris on January 14, 1788.
With the naval victory he won over the English at Chesapeake Bay, September 5, 1781, the Count of GRASSE made possible the surrender of Yorktown, besieged by the Franco-American army under the command of General WASHINGTON and the Lieutenant General the Comte ROCHAMBEAU. He thereby acquired with them the immortal glory of securing the independence of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
REST IN PEACE
This commemorative plaque was placed by the Society of the Cincinnati of France on October 19, 1931, the one-hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the surrender of Yorktown, and in memory of this martial fact, the consequences of which were incalculable.
Apparently the Marquis de Sade was also married in this church.