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From: "Marie S." <>
Subject: Re: [LAORLEAN-L] 1871 Marriage and Rev J
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2002 10:19:09 -0800 (PST)
Thank you so much for your help I have had this
certificate since 05/2000 and for the life of me I
couldn't figure out what it said on that part of the
page. So I ordered another one and it was a little
lighter, but not by much.
I took another look at the 2nd certificate with
another magnifying glass and the?? does look more like
it could be erts. So I guess this means I can now
order the marriage record from the Archdiocese and
while I am at it, see if they have any baptismal
records for the couples children. Do you know what
will be on the marriage record through the church vs.
the marriage license?
--- Norm Hellmers <> wrote:
> One possibility might be the Rev. Father Johann
> Bogaerts. He served St. Joseph (Gretna) from 1863 to
> July 15, 1871. He then was appointed pastor of St.
> Henry's, and served from July 1871 to 1891. He later
> (after 1893) served at Holy Trinity. All of these
> German parishes.
> Source: The German Churches in Louisiana, by J.
> --- "Marie S." <> wrote:
> > Hi Everyone,
> > I have this very dark photocopy of a marriage
> > license
> > and I can hardly read the writing, so I am hoping
> > someone can help me with this one.
> > It says the marriage was performed by Rev. father
> > Baga??t or l or ? s. Any guesses as to who it is
> > what church he may have been affiliated with?
> > Thanks
> > Marie
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