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From: "Harold.Torode" <>
Subject: Re: Help again?
Date: Wed, 17 Oct 2001 19:37:49 +0100
Could that be entangled in the seaweed?
> Requiring help again!
> Have two burial entries: (St Helier ex CIFHS transcripts)
> 03.03.1767 Susanne Grandin fem Philippe BEAUCAMP
> noye 28 Feb 1767 en revernant du vraic
> drowned 28 Feb - not sure what 'revernant' means?
> 29.03.1767 Charles fs Philippe BEAUCAMP
> Trouve 29 Mars noye en vraic
> Not sure of the meaning of 'trouve'.
> My fertile imagination makes me wonder if this could be mother and
> Yes this couple did have a son Charles! :-))
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