1110Re: [Jewish Genealogy 2000] French Jewish Genealogists - family line Loret and Chasteau
- Jul 5, 2010meg my husbands people Poissant Dit Lasselette they cam ocer in 1535 from
France via Canada they came originally from the Marne valley near the German
Austrian bourder the Alsence region. That might help. About the 1800's they
split their name and took either Poissant or Lasselette and spread out over the
Canadian countryside. About 1910 my husbands side started migrating towards the
New England states. If that is any help go to it . One of his nice relatives in
Canada sent me 12 generations. Good luck. Start with yourself and go back. My
jewish relatives stop at 1935.
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From: Meg <indestructible_remember@...>
Sent: Sun, June 20, 2010 1:50:07 PM
Subject: [Jewish Genealogy 2000] French Jewish Genealogists - family line Loret
So I've done quite a bit of research on my family tree. I have found one known
Jewish line so far and numerous could be's.
My difficulties lie in the fact that most of the lines I'm working on are
french. Just looking for other researchers hoping to share each others info
we've all accumulated over time.
Right now I am working on my matriarchal lines.
Would like to touch base with other people who are working or who have knowledge
of French lines.
the line I am currently stuck on is:
Marin Loret who married Jeanne Chasteau
the info I have is on their daughter Jeanne Loret b. 25 Jan 1626 in
Bergeres-les-Vertus, Marne, France
The known Jewish line in my family is Elie Juiellineau, if anyone is searching
for this line. I probably have a few more lines I'm just not aware of yet.
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