Person:Adélaïde Petit (1)

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Adélaïde Joseph Petit
  1. Françoise Joseph Petit1772 - 1802
  2. Pierre Gaspard Joseph Petitabt 1774 - 1827
  3. Marie Thérèse Petitabt 1777 - 1853
  4. Marie Joseph Petitabt 1780 - 1853
  5. Marie Joseph Pacifique Petitabt 1782 - 1811
  6. Adélaïde Joseph Petitabt 1785 - 1859
  7. Victoire Josephe Petit1789 -
  8. Célestin joseph Petit1791 -
  9. Marie Anne Joseph Petit1786 -
m. 14 Jan 1813
  1. Alexandre Joseph Rondelle1816 -
  2. Adélaïde Joseph Rondelle1818 -
  3. Françoise Joseph Rondelle1821 -
  4. Victoire Rondelle1824 - 1825
Facts and Events
Name Adélaïde Joseph Petit
Gender Female
Birth[1] abt 1785 Couvin, Namur, Belgium
Other[1] 1813 Simon Chauveheid, menuisier, 35 ans, beau-frère
Marriage 14 Jan 1813 Couvin, Belgiumto Alexandre Joseph Rondelle
Occupation[2] 1818 ménagère
Death[4] 5 Aug 1859 Couvin, Namur, Belgium
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  1. 1.0 1.1 Acte de mariage: Alexandre Joseph Rondelle & Adélaïde Joseph Petit, in Namur, Belgium. Couvin - Actes 1811-1820, 4, 1813, Primary quality.
  2. Acte de naissance: Adélaïde Joseph Rondelle, in Namur, Belgium. Couvin - Actes 1811-1820, 23, 1818, Primary quality.
  3.   Acte de mariage: Alexandre Joseph Rondelle & Pauline Joseph Havelot, in Namur, Belgium. Couvin - Actes 1841-1845. (Couvin, Namur, Belgium), 1, 1843, Primary quality.
  4. Acte de décès, in Namur, Belgium. Couvin - Actes 1856-1860. (Couvin, Namur, Belgium), 10, 1859, Primary quality.