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Is there a place called "Le Thie" or similar in Basse-Normandie?

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Is there a place called "Le Thie" or similar in Basse-Normandie?

Posted: 3 Aug 2011 7:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 4 Aug 2011 6:02PM GMT
Surnames: Allis, Allix, de maure, de maare, demaury
Greetings from New Zealand

My gggg grandfather, "Jean Isedore Allis" was born in Basse-Normandie in about 1776. His parents were Pierre Andre Guillaume Allis & Marie Cecile Allis (both were dead by 1817).

Jean Isedore Allis moved to the Netherlands. He got married there in 1817 - in his marriage certificate it states that he is from "Lithie in neder (lower) Normandie"

Is there a place called "Lethie" or "Le Thie" (or anything that sounds similar) in Basse-Normandie? I know that there is a "Le Thuit" in a different part of Normandie, which could be his birthplace.

Thanks! :)

Amelia Allis

PS: The link to the marriage record is: (the first line on the right-hand page seems to say, "Jean Isedore Allis van Lithie in neder normandie").
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