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1901 U.S. Judge of the Supreme Court
Author of many Louisiana histories books. 
Gayarré, Hon. Charles Etienne Arthur (I1192)
 
1902 Unknown first name, surname possibly Morlaix Morlais, ? (I1616)
 
1903 Unmarried McElwee, Mary Trigg (I2724)
 
1904 Unmarried (due to poor health) Bernadotte, Charlotta Eugenia Augusta Amalia Albertine (I5894)
 
1905 Unmarried, no issue. de Macarty, Catherine Ursule (I2868)
 
1906 Unmarried, no issue. de Macarty, Elizabeth (I2869)
 
1907 Unmarried, no issue. de Macarty, Jeanne (I2870)
 
1908 Unmarried, no issue. de Macarty, Jean Baptiste (I2877)
 
1909 Unmarried. de Macarty, Jean Baptiste Barthélemy (I2878)
 
1910 Unmarried. Destrehan, Jeanne Catherine (I1185)
 
1911 Unmarried. Groebel, Francisca (I4732)
 
1912 Unmarried. Groebel, Mary Mathilda (I4735)
 
1913 Unmarried. Groebel, Maria Josephine (I4736)
 
1914 Unmarried. Harvey, Magdaline Louise (I1764)
 
1915 Unmarried. Harvey, George William (I1768)
 
1916 Unmarried.  Peyton, Ann (I7392)
 
1917 Unmarried. Tyynismaa, Amalia (I7564)
 
1918 Unmarried. Torrbacka, Maria Teppo (I7581)
 
1919 Unmarried. Bernard du Montier, Joseph E. (I4702)
 
1920 Vers le 10 juin 1793 des Martiniquais débarquèrent à Roseau, apportant la fièvre jaune

Dans le cahier 62 du CGHIA (mars 1998), une note de lecture de « History of Dominica » du Révérend Père Proesmans cite : « La fièvre jaune se déclare à la Dominique après l'arrivée de 3 à 4 000 émigrés martiniquais aux environs du 10 juin 1793. Les morts furent très nombreux. » Suit la liste de « un mois d'enterrement des aristocrates français dans le vieux cimetière catholique de Roseau en juillet 1793. »

30/08/1793 Jeanne Françoise Luppe Pothueau, née paroisse Saint Michel du Cul de sac, habitante paroisse Sainte Rose du Robert, veuve du sieur Jaham de Curcilly, environ 61 ans

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Around June 10, 1793 from Martinique landed in Roseau, bringing the yellow fever

In the book CGHIA 62 (March 1998), a note reading "History of Dominica," the Rev. Proesmans quote: "Yellow fever breaks out in the Dominica after the arrival of 3 to 4 000 Martinique emigrants in the vicinity of June 10, 1793. The dead were very numerous. There follows a list of "one month of burial of French aristocrats in the old Catholic cemetery in July 1793 in Roseau.

"30/08/1793 Jeanne Françoise Luppe Pothueau, born parish of St. Michael's Cul de Sac, St. Rose parish resident of Robert, widow of Mr. Jaham Curcilly, about 61 years 
Luppé Pothuau, Jeanne Françoise (I1317)
 
1921 Very likely the son of François d'ARÈNE, écuyer, et de Catherine de MASSIAS de BONNE. d'Arène, François Antoine (I7135)
 
1922 Veuve, Élodie se remaria en juin 1852 à Bernard François Félicité Eugène Marry  Huc, Rose Élisabeth Élodie (I4885)
 
1923 vicomte de Beauharnais de Beauharnais, Alexandre (I1427)
 
1924 Victoire Théodore Laure de Luppé Pothuau de Luppé, Victoire Théodore Laure (I1502)
 
1925 Victorine Fortier filed for separation 24 Dec 1819 in the District Court of Orleans Parish which was granted. Family (F382)
 
1926 VIDOU, Mathilda M.
NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA: Funeral services for Mathilda Munster Vidou, 87, were held October 8, 2005 at the Kilpatrick Funeral Home Chapel in Ruston, LA. Survivors include her daughters, Audrey V. Randazzo and her husband Louis, Brenda V. Boyle and her husband Harold, Shelia V. Melerine and Sybil V. Adams and husband Marcus; eleven grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and a great-great grandchild. 
Munster, Mathilda (I2523)
 
1927 viii. Anne, d. June, 1715; m. (I.)—Dorrel; (II.) Thomas Fitzhugh, son of Col. Wm; (III.)?Smith. ix. Mary, m. (I.) Geo. Fitzhugh, bro. of Thomas; (II.) Strother. Fitzhugh, Colonel William (I8005)
 
1928 viii. Anne, d. June, 1715; m. (I.)—Dorrel; (II.) Thomas Fitzhugh, son of Col. Wm; (III.)?Smith. ix. Mary, m. (I.) Geo. Fitzhugh, bro. of Thomas; (II.) Strother. Family (F2767)
 
1929 Virginia Genealogies states that he was born in Stafford County, Virginia.  Bronaugh, Captain William (I4346)
 
1930 vraisemblablement au Lamentin Family (F1709)
 
1931 Warren C. Majoue, Sr. passed away on Saturday, May 17, 2008 at the age of 87. Survivors include his wife, Edna Verges Majoue; four sons, Warren, Jr., George, Frank and Ernest Majoue; one daughter, Genevieve Majoue Babin; two stepsons; Emile, Jr. and Ralph Verges; two stepdaughters, Cynthia Verges Duvoisin and Marian Verges Bickenbach; 24 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his first wife, Josephine de Jaham Majoue; his daughter, Joanne Majoue Goubler; and his parents, Frank and Loretta Majoue.

Mr. Majoue was a veteran of the United States Marine Corp serving during the World War II. He was a past Grand Knight of the Knights of Columbus of John F. Kennedy Counsel 2952, Hammond, LA and The American Legion Post No. 0374, Slidell, LA. Mr. Majoue was salesman for Will and Baumer Candle Company, Liverpool, NY. 
Majoué, Warren Charles Sr. (I2999)
 
1932 Was 19 when she married in 1871 Stewart, Louise Edna (I1135)
 
1933 Was 25 yrs old when Married in September 1897 Stewart, Henry George (I105)
 
1934 Was 33 (same as husband) when married in 1889 White, Armide Tiblier (I1833)
 
1935 Was 33 when married in 1889 Stewart, Hunter (I1137)
 
1936 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5880)
 
1937 Was a merchant in Plymouth, Devonshire, England before he established himself in Virginia when he was about 18 years of age. Doniphan, Captain Alexander (I7893)
 
1938 Was a young woman of 25 or 26 at time of her death. Jones, Maria Ann (I2699)
 
1939 Was an Elder in the Secedon Presbyterian Church at Elkton. Harvey, William Henry (I1174)
 
1940 Was an officer in the American Revolution. Pocquet de Puilhéry de Saint-Sauveur, Mathieu Louis Claude (I5389)
 
1941 Was killed at the battle of Guilford Courthouse, North Carolina, 1781. His brother Robert, was only one hundred yards from him at the time, but the enemy was so near at hand that he could not get his body. Harvey, William (I1964)
 
1942 Was on the staff of General Taylor in the Mexican War Foucher, Destours (I1253)
 
1943 Washington's "Lowland Beauty." General Washington was once a suitor for her hand. Grymes, Lucy (I8215)
 
1944 Wayne A. Burlett, Owner Of Burlett Refrigeration Inc., Died Monday Of A Heart Attack At Meadowcrest Hospital In Gretna. He Was 51. Mr. Burlett Was Born In New Orleans And Lived In Terrytown For 20 Years. He Graduated From Behrman High School And Delgado Technical Institute With A Degree In Refrigeration. He Was A Member Of The Gretna Business Association And The Air Conditioning And Refrigeration Dealers Association Of Louisiana. Survivors Include His Wife, Joy Leblanc Burlett; His Mother, Frances Subel Burlett; Two Sons, David Wayne And Daniel Wayne Burlett; Two Daughters, Cherie Burlett Gardemal And Gina Burlett Calemarie; A Sister, Linda Burlett Labbe; And Three Grandchildren. A Mass Will Be Said Today At 12:30 P.M. At Christ The King Catholic Church, 516 Dolphin St., Terrytown. Burial Will Be In Westlawn Memorial Park In Gretna. Mothe Funeral Homes Is In Charge Of Arrangements. Times Picayune 07-07-1993 Burlett, Wayne August (I611)
 
1945 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4688)
 
1946 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5566)
 
1947 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7221)
 
1948 Went insane in 1925 when Elvina, Bertha Cure's first child, was 16 years old. Unknown when Peter Picolo died. Picolo, Peter (I2505)
 
1949 Went to France and entered the naval service in 1787. He became a major general, won the cross of Saint Louis, commanded a war vessel l'Achille, and died unmarried in la Rochelle, December 2, 1798. de Macarty, Jean Baptiste (I2798)
 
1950 When Chiskiack on York River was opened for settlement in 1630, Nicholas Martine obtained the land at Yorktown. He was the first representative in the assembly for Chiskiack and Kent Island. He was one of the first magistrates of York County, and in 1839 [sic, 1639] obtained a patent for the land at Yorktown due him on account of importing himself, Nicholas Malier, his wife Jane, Nicholas his son, and Elizabeth Malier, his daughter. Martiau, Colonel Nicholas (I8121)
 
1951 When the Spanish took over, they made an attempt to confiscate the Destrehan estate. Not to be daunted, Marguerite Marie, in France arranged a marriage for for her neice, goddaughter and namesake, Jeanne Marguerite Marie to Jean Etienne de Boré de Mauléon in France. Then she married off her second neice, Jeanne Marie to the son of the richest family in New Orleans, de Marigny de Mandeville. The estate was safe. Destrehan de Beaupré, Jean Baptiste Honoré (I1107)
 
1952 While I cannot verify who his parents were, according to my family's genealogical records, Capt. Samuel McCutchon came to LA from Philadelphia. He was commissioned a Captain in the US Navy by President John Adams (we have the commissioning document), and upon his death in 1840 he was buried in Live Oak Cemetery in Pass Christian, MS. His wife, Rebecca Butler, is also buried in Live Oak cemetery.

Source 
McCutchon, Samuel (I4619)
 
1953 While serving in Scotland he was said to have met Margaret Christie while watering his horse at a stream and that they eventually eloped; she with fifty spade guineas sewn into her corsets. On Christmas Day, 1826, they were married.  Family (F759)
 
1954 Widow of Jean Capitaine Gardent, Jeanne (I7654)
 
1955 Will dated 1 Jul 1777, recorded in Fauquier County, 25 May 1778 Bronaugh, John (I4332)
 
1956 Will of Rawleigh Travers
In the name of God Amen. The 10th day of October 1749 I, Rawleigh Travers being sick and weak of body but of perfect mind & sound judgement, do make this my last Will and Testament. Imprimis, I leave & bequeath to Mr. Peter Daniel four negroes now in his posession, viz, Jenny, Winnie, Joe and James, and to the children of his present wife Sarah. Item, I give my negro fellow Joseph to my sister Elizabeth Cooke, during her life and after to her son Travers Cooke. I give to my sister Sarah Daniel a negro girl called Sarah and her Increase to her three children, viz Hannah, Travers & Elizabeth Daniel. Item, I give & bequeath to Hannah Cooke, negro Ned; I give to Traverse Cooke all of my negroes not yet mentioned. All my Personal Estate in Corn, Tobacco, Money & Cattle to be divided in three parts one of which I leave to my sister Elizabeth Cooke, the other two parts to my nephew & Heir Travers Cooke, all my debts being duly paid. Item I give to my niece Hannah Cooke one o fthe best beds & the furniture in my house, together with four Cows & Calves. I constitute & ordain my trusty & loving fiends Elizabeth Cooke & Travers Cooke my whole & sole Executor & Executrix of this my last will. In witness whereof I have set my hand & seal.
RAWLEIGH TRAVERS [L.]
Signed & sealed in presence of David Waugh, John Sutherland & Thomas Hays, Michael Ryan. & proven by three of the witnesses, David Waugh, T. Hays & M. Ryan, &c., &c., &c.
Teste Copy, Q. A. Tackett, Clk. 
Travers, Captain Rawleigh (I7969)
 
1957 Will proved in Fairfax County, 16 Feb 1772 Mason, Sempha Rosa Enfield (I4327)
 
1958 William born 1774, died 1859, married Maria Fitzhugh first, Mary Peyton second. Family (F2764)
 
1959 William Bronaugh served in the French and Indian War, settled in Loudon County, Virginia, where he was Justice in 1781. He signed the Westmoreland County protest against the Stamp Act and was Vestryman of Shelborn Parish, Loudoun County. He died about 1798 or 1799. Bronaugh, William Jr. (I4314)
 
1960 William Heale was the posthumous son of George Heale (died 1697), Burgess from Lancaster County, Virginia. Heale, William (I4377)
 
1961 William Heale, lived in Lancaster County, where he married Priscilla Downman, daughter of William Downman and Million Travers, daughter of Colonel Rawleigh Travers, of Rappahannock County. Heale, William (I4377)
 
1962 Winston De Ville, The Sainte Catherine Colonists 1719-1720: Early Settlers of Natchez and Pointe Coupée in the French Province of Louisiana (Ville Platte, Louisiana: n.p., 1991) Delatte, Antoine Joseph François (I1944)
 
1963 With issue.
Descendents are living in Europe 
Family (F899)
 
1964 Within the past decade workment were grading Buckner Street near Main Street, Yorktown, near the original Martiau and Reade home. Two large stones were unearthed and were about to be destroyed when it was noticed that they bore lettered inscriptions; upon further examination they were found to be the tombstones of Col. George Reade and Elizabeth (Martiau) Reade. The names upon the tombstones were quite apparent and could be clearly made out, though some of the dates were indistinct. Experts were charged with recutting the stones, and they were restored. The tombstone of Col. George Reade reads as follows:
HERE LYETH INTERED COLLEL GEORGE READ ESQR. WHO WAS BORN YE 25TH DAY OCTOBER IN YE YEARE OF OUR LORD 1608 AND DECEASED OCTOBER 1674 HE BEING IN THE 66TH YR. OF HIS AGE.
In cutting the stone of Elizabeth (Martiau) Reade it was found that the fourth and fifth lines were entirely undecipherable. It is believed that in attempting to restore this stoen mistakes were made in the dates placed theron, and that the original stone probably read:
HERE LYETH INTERED ELIZABETH MARTIAU DECEASED WIFE OF GEORGE READ ESQR' WHO WAS BORN IN YE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1625 AND DECEASED YE YEAR 1686 SHE BEING IN YE 61ST YEARE OF HER AGE
On the restored tombstone, however, these figures last-mentioned read, respectively, 1605, 1676, and 71st. On the tombstone of Col. George Reade the date of his death is given as 1674; and his will was prove din General Court at Jamestown on November 21st following his death. 
Reade, Colonel George (I8084)
 
1965 Within the past decade workment were grading Buckner Street near Main Street, Yorktown, near the original Martiau and Reade home. Two large stones were unearthed and were about to be destroyed when it was noticed that they bore lettered inscriptions; upon further examination they were found to be the tombstones of Col. George Reade and Elizabeth (Martiau) Reade. The names upon the tombstones were quite apparent and could be clearly made out, though some of the dates were indistinct. Experts were charged with recutting the stones, and they were restored. The tombstone of Col. George Reade reads as follows:
HERE LYETH INTERED COLLEL GEORGE READ ESQR. WHO WAS BORN YE 25TH DAY OCTOBER IN YE YEARE OF OUR LORD 1608 AND DECEASED OCTOBER 1674 HE BEING IN THE 66TH YR. OF HIS AGE.
In cutting the stone of Elizabeth (Martiau) Reade it was found that the fourth and fifth lines were entirely undecipherable. It is believed that in attempting to restore this stoen mistakes were made in the dates placed theron, and that the original stone probably read:
HERE LYETH INTERED ELIZABETH MARTIAU DECEASED WIFE OF GEORGE READ ESQR' WHO WAS BORN IN YE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1625 AND DECEASED YE YEAR 1686 SHE BEING IN YE 61ST YEARE OF HER AGE
On the restored tombstone, however, these figures last-mentioned read, respectively, 1605, 1676, and 71st. On the tombstone of Col. George Reade the date of his death is given as 1674; and his will was prove din General Court at Jamestown on November 21st following his death. 
Martiau, Elizabeth (I8085)
 
1966 Written as "Edgar Daniel Bernard" by his brother Guy in a booklet "2233 Magazine Street." Bernard, Daniel Edgard (I1578)
 
1967 Written on a document:
Michel de Luppé Pothuais des Nauderies,
marquis de Luppé 
Pothuau des Nauderies, alias de Luppé Pothuau des Nauderies, Michel (I1491)
 
1968 XIV. Jean-françois Le Clerc-de-la-motte, né en 1658, Chevalier Hospitalier du Saint-Esprit de Jérusalem, dit de Sainte Marthe, & Chevalier de Saint-Louis, mourut en Espagne, des blessures qu'il avoit reçues au siège de Lerida, en 1707, étant alors premier Capitaine des Grenadiers du Régiment de Hainaut. II avoit obtenu, le 12 Janvier 1693, un acte du certificat authentique, mentionné au degré précédent, lors du dénombrement de l'Election de Tonnerre. II avoit épousé, le 7 Janvier 1699, à l'Isle-de-Ré, Susanne de Gauvrit, née en cette Isle, morte à la Roche, fies auprès de Corbeil, le 7 Août 1736. Elle avoit une soeur, nommée Marie-Anne de Gauvrit, morte à Paris le 11 Décembre 1731, veuve de Messire Jean Joseph de Marans , Chevalier, Lieutenant Colonel du Régiment de Cotentin. Joachim de Gauvrit, leur frère, sut Chevalier de SaintLouis, & servit long-tems dans la Marine. Ils eurent:
Pierre-François-denis, qui suit;
Et Françoise-julie, morte à Paris le 17 Mai 1753, mariée, le 4 Mars 1737, à Messire Henri de la Peyre , Ecuyer , Président, Trésorier de France au Bureau des Finances de Tours. 
de Gauvrit, Joachim (I2143)
 
1969 Yorktown, then called "Kiskyake" or "Cheskiacke." Warner, Elizabeth (I8099)
 
1970 Zuriah Winter Winter, Jerusah (I1988)
 
1971 _ACT: p
Source: 10/11/1778 3 TEXT Leur contrat de mariage devant Le Normand, Not. à St-Brieuc (22)

Note: WITNESS
TYPE Témoin
RELA Oncle paternel de l'épouse
NAME Robert François/BERNARD du HAUTCILLY/
SEX M

Note: État-Civil de St-Brieuc (22) St-Michel - Mariages - 19 octobre 1778 Le dix neuf octobre mil sept cent soixante dix huit, Missire Jan Pierre BERNARD du MONTIER, prêtre Chanoine de l'église collégialle de cette ville, a, de notre consentement, fiancé et solennelement marié en même tems par paroles de présent Noble Me Bonaventure Yves Xavier Le SAULNIER du VAUHELLO, avocat à la Cour, fils majeur de feu Noble François Nicolas Le SAULNIER et de dame Yvonne Claude Aliénor ROBERT, Sr et Dame du VAUHELLO, d'une part, et demoiselle Marie Magdelaine BERNARD du MONTIER, fille de Noble Louis Gilles BERNARD et de feue dame Perrine Joseph CORNEN de RESTIGEUST, Sr et Dame du MONTIER, d'autre part, tous deux de notre paroisse, après avoir reçu leur consentement mutuel et ne s'étant trouvé aucune opposition à la première et dernière publication des promesses de leur futur mariage, canoniquement fait au prône de notre messe paroissialle le dimanche dix huit de ce mois, et la dispense de deux autres bans accordée par Monseigneur l'évêque, dûment controllée et insinuée le même jour ; il leur a ensuite donné la bénédiction nuptiale en présence du père de l'épouse, de la mère de l'époux, de Messieurs Robert François BERNARD du HAUT-CILLY, oncle de l'épouse, René François Augustin Le SAULNIER du VAUHELLO, et de Pierre Louis Bonaventure Le SAULNIER de ST JOUAN, frères de l'époux, témoins à ce appellés, lesquels préalablement avertis selon l'édit des peines du faux témoignage en ce cas, ont déclaré bien connaître lesdits époux, leurs âge, qualité et domicille et n'y avoir aucun empêchement canonique ou civil entre eux ; les dénommés ci dessus demeurant tant en notre paroisse qu'en celle de Plélo, et M. du HAUT-CILLY dem euran t en la ville de St Malo, tous soussignants avec les parties contractantes,

( Ont signé : M. Magdelaine Bernard, B. Y. X Le Saulnier du Vauhello, Yvonne Robert vve du Vauhello, Bernard du Montier, de Vauhello, Bernard du Haut-Cilly, Le Saulnier de Saint Jouan, Le Saulnier de La Hautière, V. Lalande, Robinot, L. de Licineux, Bernard Mesguen Delpuech, Armez Ruffelet de Pierre, Le chev. de La Chassagne, Baudot, du Jonquiet, Bernard fils, Martin Le Mime, Bernard Boncour, Souvestre de Trémerenc, Raby de Champeaux, Vatar Lalande Robinot, Souvestre Pontrenault, Souvestre Le Sage, Le Minihy Damar, Souvestre Desirot, Françoise Lorgerie, Émilie Victoire Dagorne, M. Bernard de Boncourt, Le Saulnier de Ragnée, Ruffelet, Dagorne avocat, M. Lesguen Delpuech, A. de Champeau, J. Sacarie, Landais, Le Minihyart, Halligout, Tréduère, Bernard du Montier chne, O. Hillion ptre).

Rough Translation:

_ ACT: p
Source: 10/11/1778 3 TEXT Their marriage contract in front of the Norman one, Not. with St-Brieuc (22)

Note: WITNESS
Pilot TYPE
RELA paternal Uncle of the wife
NAME Robert François/BERNARD of the HAUTCILLY/
SEX M

Registry office of St-Brieuc (22) St-Michel - Marriages - October 19, 1778 the ten October nine millet seven hundred and sixty ten eights, Missire Jan Pierre BERNARD of the MONTIER, priest Canon of the church collégialle of this city, has, of our assent, promised in marriage and solennelement married into very tems by words of Noble present Me Bonaventure Yves Xavier the SAULNIER of the VAUHELLO, lawyer at the Court, wire major of fire Noble François Nicolas the SAULNIER and of injury Yvonne Claude Aliénor ROBERT, Sr and Injury of the VAUHELLO, on the one hand, and young lady Marie Magdelaine BERNARD of the MONTIER, girl of Noble Louis Gilles BERNARD and feue injury Perrine Joseph CORNEN of RESTIGEUST, Sr and Injury of the MONTIER, in addition, both of our parish, after having received their mutual assent and being found any opposition to the first and last publication of the promises of their future marriage, canonically made with preaches our mass paroissialle Sunday ten eight this months, and exempts it of two other banns granted by Monseigneur the bishop, duly controllée and insinuated the same day; he then gave them the bridal blessing in the presence of the father of the wife, of the mother of the husband, Messrs Robert François BERNARD of the HAUT-CILLY, uncle of the wife, Rene François Augustin the SAULNIER of the VAUHELLO, and Pierre Louis Bonaventure the SAULNIER of ST JOUAN, brothers of the husband, witnesses with this appellés, which informed beforehand according to the edict of the sorrows of the false evidence in this case, stated well to know the aforementioned husbands, their age, quality and domicille and y to have any canonical or civil prevention between them; called Ci above remaining so much in our parish than in that of Plélo, and Mr. of the HAUT-CILLY dem euran T downtown of St Malo, all undersigning with the contracting parts,

(signed: Mr. Magdelaine Bernard, B Y. X Saulnier of Vauhello, Yvonne Robert vve of Vauhello, Bernard of Montier, with Vauhello, Bernard of Haut-Cilly, Saulnier de Saint Jouan, Saulnier of Hautière, V Lalande, Robinot, L of Licineux, Bernard Mesguen Delpuech, Arm Ruffelet with Pierre, the chev. of Chassagne, Baudot, of Jonquiet, Bernard wire, Martin the MIME, Bernard Boncour, Souvestre de Trémerenc, Raby de Champeaux, Vatar Lalande Robinot, Souvestre Pontrenault, Souvestre the Wise one, Minihy Damar, Souvestre Desirot, Francoise Lorgerie, Émilie Victoire Dagorne, Mr. Bernard de Boncourt, Saulnier de Ragnée, Ruffelet, Dagorne lawyer, Mr. Lesguen Delpuech, A. of Champeau, J Sacarie, Landais, Minihyart, Halligout, Tréduère, Bernard of Montier chne, O Hillion ptre). 
Family (F977)
 

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