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Re: Wildermouth 18th Century France
Posted by: Jean Jacques Prignaud (ID *****9844) Date: February 18, 2012 at 04:22:05
In Reply to: Re: Wildermouth 18th Century France by Jean Jacques Prignaud of 22982

Found 4 dossiers for Wildermouth before revolution ("Ancien Regime" is the ususal period in archives)
3 in military records, 1 in a special fund regarding "Emigration" (the nobles who escaped in germany until Napoleon's fall)
3 surnames (3 brothers?):
Jean Ferdinand, Frédéric Auguste, Jean Henri; apparently all colonels.
Their right name was "De Wildermouth", one was Baron

Regarding Jean Henry he was in regiment Bourbonnais Infanterie Condé (4 th special dossier)
I have coordonnates, I can request these 4 dossiers in the afternoon; result probaly after 17 march because the room is full until this time.
Read the dossiers found on internet and keep you informed.


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