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From: "patrick PERREE" <>
Subject: Re: [FRANCE-GENERAL] Marseille, France - Birth Archives,Passport Applications, Death records, Marriage Records
Date: Tue, 2 Jun 2009 09:03:43 +0200
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I Sent you MAINERO birth certificate. Have you got it?Thanks for your answer

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From: "b_waiting" <>
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Sent: Tuesday, May 26, 2009 1:28 PM
Subject: [FRANCE-GENERAL] Marseille, France - Birth Archives,Passport
Applications, Death records, Marriage Records

> Hello,
> I am looking for the birth record of my g g grandmother MARIE ANN
> MANIERO/MENERO who was born in Marseille, France in August 1823. Also
> other records from Marseille, France as stated above in the subject line.
> According to her death certificate her father was Italian and her mother
> was French. I am not sure of the spelling of the last name since on all
> the children's birth records her [maiden] last name was spelled different
> (Mainero-Meinnier-Maniero-Menero).
> Her husband died before she did and the spelling of her maiden name was
> MENERO on his death certificate. On Marie's death certificate her maiden
> name was spelled MANIERO. I can't find these spellings on a census that
> would apply to her.
> However, I did find an 1830 census for a lady that came to New Orleans
> with several little children and no husband. Her name was [Cery] Chery
> MINNIER and she had one or two children at least 5 but less then 10 years
> old which would have fit Marie since she would have been about 7 years old
> in 1830.
> I am and have been on French Geneanet for 2 years and they don't send much
> from the Marseille area. Can anyone PLEASE help me to locate these
> records or tell me how to get them. Are there any free Marseille, France
> websites for genealogy in English that I can search for records to send
> for from the early 1800's?
> Any help you can give me will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for your
> time and attention to my email request.
> Best Regards,
> Barbara
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