Re: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Discovery of Famous Person in the St. Helena Burial Records
- View SourceLinda,Those are always fun moment, even if we're usually not the first.There are images at http://www.mrodenberg.com/2011/05/22/record-of-napoleons-burial/Regards,Alexander----- Original Message -----From: LindaSent: Monday, February 06, 2012 2:08 AMSubject: [St.H.Fam.Hist.] Discovery of Famous Person in the St. Helena Burial RecordsGreetings!
On Saturday, I went to the Family Search Library in my area to search burial, baptism, and marriage records from St.Helena from 1790-1835. I was searching for my Hopkins relatives and came across the burial record for Napoleon Bonaparte. It was a neat discovery and I called everyone in the library over to see my screen.
I tried to capture the record on a photo. Napoleon died on the island about 1821. It looks like they just made his name larger than the other entries.
I will try to upload the entry to the photo area.
This is the St Helena Institute's 'Forum for Family History'.
For information on St Helena family history see the St Helena Institute's homepage at http://www.st-helena.org
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- View SourceAlexander,Thanks for the great link. I enjoyed reading about Margaret Rodenberg and her findings. While going through the lists, I felt as if I had known some of the names I came across. After reading about someone's marriage, the birth of their kids, and then their death - you feel like you have been on journey with these folks.Thanks,Linda M.