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Re: Can't find my French ancestors in France (Chevreau)
« Reply #315 on: Wednesday 17 April 19 11:18 BST (UK) »
Possible birth of Robert Loride  29 nov 1694 in Sainte Scolasse
You will notice that the Christian name of the baby is not written : ... Loride son of Claude and Charlotte Le sergeant. I found many baptism "acts" without any Christian name for the baby . The priest did not write in the register during the baptism , sometimes he wrote down one or several baptisms , marriages or burials and forgot the name that was given to the baby .
I could not not find Robert's in the registers , which allows us to think that this one could be his.

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Re: Can't find my French ancestors in France (Chevreau)
« Reply #316 on: Wednesday 17 April 19 19:51 BST (UK) »
I must keep on working on the HUREL and RADIGOIS trees .

I am still trying to find Marie Marguerite Dupuy but there are so many of Marie Marguerite Dupuy that I am afraid it will be impossible if you don't have any clues .

She seems a mystery. There was talk that she was originally a nun who left the nunnery for a relationship but I have no idea how true that is.

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Re: Can't find my French ancestors in France (Chevreau)
« Reply #317 on: Thursday 18 April 19 06:57 BST (UK) »
I' am afraid that the story of the nun is of no help.
May be she was a "novice" and decided that she 'd rather not become a nun. A novice can change her mind within at least 2 years before becoming a nun.


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Re: Can't find my French ancestors in France (Chevreau)
« Reply #318 on: Thursday 18 April 19 07:03 BST (UK) »
5 april 1694 death jean Boudin , 60 years'old , buried in Ste Scolasse , from the parish of Bures .

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Re: Can't find my French ancestors in France (Chevreau)
« Reply #319 on: Thursday 18 April 19 11:28 BST (UK) »
I' am afraid that the story of the nun is of no help.
May be she was a "novice" and decided that she 'd rather not become a nun. A novice can change her mind within at least 2 years before becoming a nun.
Yes that's a possibility. What kind of information would be helpful do you think?

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Re: Can't find my French ancestors in France (Chevreau)
« Reply #320 on: Thursday 18 April 19 12:32 BST (UK) »
The name of a village , town, city where she lived . It is easy to find "when" if you know "where" .
The contrary is impossible because there are more than  36 000 villages and towns in France.

I almost finished working on the Hurel and Radigois trees. Then I will search in the places where Georges Gustave's brother lived (I have a list of places where he worked on his military fiche).Maybe he was living with his brother and met Marie Marguerite there.
Leon Victor Alphège never married , he was a bachelor when he died in 1904, he was a miller like his father. The sister died soon after her birth.

Georges Gustave's marriage can't be found on Filae  ( I also asked for help  on the "helping hands "forum) or Geneanet .

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Re: Can't find my French ancestors in France (Chevreau)
« Reply #321 on: Saturday 20 April 19 07:56 BST (UK) »
I found a Robert LORIDE born 10 march 1686 to Claude Loride and Charlotte Lesergeant, godfather Robert Lesage priest of Sainte Scolasse and godmother Françoise Moulin (the godmother is in the Hurel tree ( I'll send it when I have finished), mother of Michel Radigois)

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Re: Can't find my French ancestors in France (Chevreau)
« Reply #322 on: Saturday 20 April 19 08:47 BST (UK) »
birth Michel RADIGOIS 1725 Sta Scolasse to Michel and Anne CHORAN godfather Marin Radigois and godmother Michele Radigois, could not sign


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Re: Can't find my French ancestors in France (Chevreau)
« Reply #323 on: Saturday 20 April 19 08:56 BST (UK) »
Marriage Claude Loride approximately 26 ( son of Charles Lesergeant and Elisabeth LEVESQUE) and Charlotte LE SERGEANT approximatly 21 ( daughter of Félix  Le sergent and Marie LAPRON)  30 july 1682 in Ste Scolasse