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Europe / Re: HALPIN in France
« on: Monday 04 September 17 09:39 BST (UK)  »
There were also a lot of Irishmen  who followed James II into exile in France.  The parish register of St Germain-en-Laye has a number  of records of the time with some interesting interpretations of Irish surnames by the parish priest!  In case it is of interest to anyone "Jacobite extracts from the parochial registers of St Germain-en-Laye" can be found on the Internet Archive.

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Europe / Re: France: Anne L'Homme, born Echiselle
« on: Tuesday 29 August 17 13:35 BST (UK)  »
Oh dear!  What I took for the godmother's surname was just "aussi"!  Sorry.

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Europe / Re: France: Anne L'Homme, born Echiselle
« on: Tuesday 29 August 17 13:33 BST (UK)  »
Sorry to intervene, but I think the godmother's first names is Jeanne (ieanne) claire and the godfather's surname might be "fournier". No idea about the godmother's surname though - some trawling through the register would probably be needed.

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Europe / Re: Translating from French to English - Birth certificate
« on: Wednesday 14 June 17 17:20 BST (UK)  »
Pierre Siméon MOREL is aged 56 years and six months.

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Europe / Re: Translating from French to English - Birth certificate
« on: Wednesday 14 June 17 17:18 BST (UK)  »
I think Anne's surname is SUART - same T as at the end of "vingt" and that the second witness is William BREWER  - same R as at the end of "soir".

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Hi Ros

If I may take advantage of your kind offer, I would love to have the probate details regarding my uncle:

- Frank Noel DICKINSON
- died 01/05/1967
- probate granted 11/03/1968
- Item number Series 4-646628

Needless to say, there is absolutely no hurry.

Many thanks in advance.

Judith

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Europe / Re: birth details wanted - France after 1838
« on: Saturday 13 May 17 11:41 BST (UK)  »

 They lived at 16 Rue Pastourelle, 3rd Arrondissement.

Popsit

Just a bit of information that might be useful you and other researchers if you are not aware of it is that the numbers of the districts in Paris changed in 1860 after the incorporation of some surrounding villages into the city.

Rue Pastourelle is in the 3ème now but before 1860, don't think it was - it looks more like 8ème.  That said, I can't for the moment find whether the old or new numbers were used for the reconstitution of the Paris civil registration for events prior to 1860.  For what it's worth.

Judith

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Europe / Re: birth details wanted - France after 1838
« on: Saturday 13 May 17 10:49 BST (UK)  »
As I've said before elsewhere, one of my better tricks is sending posts before they are finished though I don't know which key is responsible!  My dreadful typing certainly is. Anyway, as I was about to say, the year of birth of Jeanne Marie Anne is year 9 of the French Republic.  It's the Republican calendar which began on 22 September 1792 and was abolished by Napoleon on 1 January 1806.  Year 9 corresponds to 23 September 1800 to 22 September 1801.

Judith

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Europe / Re: birth details wanted - France after 1838
« on: Saturday 13 May 17 10:36 BST (UK)  »



that is more interesting is number 41  because the child is called Jeane marie anne. Jeane was the name of Anne Boval's mother and Anne of course was her own name, I am thinking marie may have been the grandmother maybe. Thee only thing that is frustrating is I cannot read the year. It looks like it may end in a 9, so any children they had must be born after or in the year 1838 and possibly 1839 as by 1841 Barnet is back in England. He just up and left Anne according to the write up in Wikipedia.


Popsit
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The surname on image 41 is definitely BURON

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