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Re: F. Pierre Charlet/ Grenoble/ 1782
Posted by: Timothy Paul Waguespack (ID *****8159) Date: November 11, 2012 at 16:24:48
In Reply to: F. Pierre Charlet/ Grenoble/ 1782 by Cheryl Charlet of 22982

I saw your post on F. Pierre Charlet....I worked one summer as a volunteer to preserve some of the above ground tombs in The Catholic Parish of the Assumption in Plattenville, Louisiana (Located in Assumption Civil Parish [County]. His tomb was just across the isle from one of the tombs we were working on and the Village of Napoleonville, Louisiana is named after him. Napoleonville is about three miles from his tomb. He was a soldier in Napoleon I's army. I have pictures of his gravesite. I see this post was first put up in 1999 it is now November 2012. I hope you are still on this website!


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