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From: James Brannan <>
Subject: Renouf - Monet
Date: Thu, 19 May 2005 17:55:35 -0400
Thanks Pam and Anne for all the further information.
And thanks Kathryn, but it was not actually a translation problem - we were
referring to a daughter surprisingly referred to as "puisnée" when
according to the parish records she would appear to be the eldest!
>Baptisms in St Peter
14.02.1819 Philippe fs. Mr. Henry RENOUF & Ann DU PRE
(ledit Henry R. rep. M. Jean** RENOUF son père et Mse. Madelaine RENOUF
Yes there seems to be a mistake as Henry's father was Charles Hugh but he
did have a sister Madelaine (married Elie Jean MARETT)
>24.12.1820 & 29.09.1822 Henry fs. Mr. Henry RENOUF & Mse. Ann DU PRE
(Me. Philippe HUBERT et Mse. Elizabeth LE BRUN s.f.)
Could the first date actually be his birth?
Incidentally, Henry junr. seems to have jumped ship in about 1840 in
>Were you aware of the marriage in St Clement 31.03.1879 Jean GUIYON/GUIGON
(fils Jean platrier) 77 veuf (St H/St H) rentier = Amelia Esther RENOUF
Henri marin) 39 veuve Edmond MARETT (St H/St P) witnessed by Charles MARETT
Theophile George MARETT ?
I certainly had no idea about this connection!! Amelia didn't marry Edmund
Marett until 1871* so he must have died soon after and she went for an
older man. Much older in fact - I can hardly believe it, but her first
husband was 13 years younger than her and her second about 35 years older
* St Peter marriage 30/4/1871
Edmund Charles Marett, age 20, commerçant, res. St Clement, born St
Clement, son of Charles Marett, charpentier
Amelia Esther Renouf, age 33, res. St Saviour, born St Peter, dau. of Henri
Renouf, maître de navire
Witnesses: Jean Moignan, Charles John Renouf
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