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St Eustache, Paris

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Re: St Eustache, Paris

Posted: 15 Aug 2012 4:36AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Moulon
http://www.catacombes-de-paris.fr/english.htm

As Paris grew and became more densely populated, the city needed both the space, and a way to separate the remains of those who had died from many diseases from the living, in an attempt to keep the population at least somewhat more healthy.

As a result, the contents of the St. Eustache cemetery, which had been used for hundreds of years, was closed in 1785, and the remains moved to the Catacombs, which are still (mostly) open to visitors today. (other cemeteries around the city were added later, as were the remains of those executed in the Revolution)

I know they painstakingly listed all known burials in a register, but I'm not sure how to access that information.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
lemnelk 15 Aug 2012 4:12AM GMT 
Csgen50 15 Aug 2012 7:21AM GMT 
lemnelk 17 Aug 2012 5:32AM GMT 
ohara817 15 Aug 2012 10:36AM GMT 
ohara817 15 Aug 2012 10:38AM GMT 
lemnelk 17 Aug 2012 5:34AM GMT 
Rex Bavousett 31 Aug 2013 12:22AM GMT 
John Michael ... 8 Feb 2014 6:22PM GMT 
lemnelk 9 Feb 2014 11:55PM GMT 
John Michael ... 10 Feb 2014 2:18AM GMT 
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