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FASSIEAUX in Jemappes 1918

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Re: Objet : FASSIEAUX in Jemappes 1918

Posted: 15 Jul 2012 9:40PM GMT
Classification: Query
Bonjour Cédric,
There is a family link, I believe.
In my original e-mail I wrote about Rosa Fassieaux and Lieut. Frederick Longworth, the Canadian soldier killed near Jemappes on Nov. 18,1918.
Rosa's granddaughter, who is Rosa Libert, wrote to me last year and explained some of the family history. You must be related to Mme. Libert.
She told me, if I understand the story correctly, that a relative called Gaston Faissieaux was killed in 1944 during the war. His father, Sylvain Fassieaux, buried Gaston in the same cemetery as Lieut. Longworth.
Is any of this correct? My apologies if I am wrong.
Please write again if you have more questions.

Scott Howarth
Toronto
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
scotthowarth4... 9 Nov 2008 6:47AM GMT 
jeanrobertlib... 23 Jul 2011 10:29PM GMT 
fassieaux 9 Jul 2012 7:23PM GMT 
fassieaux 9 Jul 2012 7:29PM GMT 
scotthowarth4... 16 Jul 2012 3:40AM GMT 
fassieaux 17 Jul 2012 5:05PM GMT 
1_willame 12 Aug 2011 9:54PM GMT 
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