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From: "Gay Young" <>
Subject: RE: [CI] St Saviour burials
Date: Fri, 2 Apr 2004 15:21:33 -0800
In-Reply-To: <a3.5423b40d.2d874d5d@aol.com>


Hello Anne I have an Elizabeth de Gruchy who married Philippe Mollet on
8.11.1779 in St Saviour - would she be in your burial records or is it more
likely she would be listed as a Mollet? Thank you and regards, Gay

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Subject: [CI] St Saviour burials


I have St Saviour burials 1842-1896 for the following surnames:
Buesnel, de Gruchy, Filleul, Gallichan, le Huquet, Perchard, Renouf and
Touzel
Let me know if you are intertested in what I have for these names.
Please remember that the details I have are as accurately transcribed as
possible, but you should always check any information you are given relating
to
family history at source, including this.
Anne


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