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Posted by: Serge de MULLER Date: January 22, 2002 at 12:58:47
In Reply to: Re: THE FIRST MAYOR by Mary Jeanne Bray-Monhardt of 165

you are welcomed.
We do care in Switzerland about queries.
I can add that we do have full archives, librairies, this means that every canton has his town archives, his canton archives and so on.
We could avoid war so usually we find births, marriages, death registers as far as many centuries.
There are a lot of notarial archives to look at but this is difficult and may take long time.
The point is that you have to know where to look at, what to ask the clerk.

Basadingen TG sowie Unterschlatt und Trüllikon ZH sind seit mehreren Jahrhunderten Heimatorte der Monharts.

Basadingen, Thurgovie canton, Unterschlatt and Truellikon or Trüllikon are canton Zurich, this look to be the home town of this family, or maybe one of them, maybe there are branches of this family, this is to be checked at the Register of Surnames which will give all the home towns of this family and the names variations.
Look at;

Genealogy is easy with some brains, and your ancestors are grateful to you that you do remember then.
After all we are something because others parents has worked or were successful before us ?
Good luck
Serge de MULLER
Buenos Aires/Fribourg

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