Chaussier

Chaus·si·er

(shō-sē-ā'),
François, French physician, 1746-1828. See: Chaussier line, Chaussier sign.
References in classic literature ?
The family very likely came at first from France, and the name may mean shoemaker, from an old Norman word chaucier or chaussier, a shoemaker.
Francois Chaussier, an obstetrician of Dijon, designed a reservoir bag in 1780 that could be filled with air or oxygen and connected to a facemask; this was an improvement on household bellows filled with ash and dust.