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Birth Certificate 1800... written in French!

Birth Certificate 1800... written in French!

Posted: 30 Jun 2000 2:20PM GMT
Edited: 17 Oct 2005 7:29PM GMT
I have a birth certificate for Camille Baquet that is written in french. It is beautiful. A family historian had someone do a translation from the original french to english many years ago. If anyone is interested, I have scanned the certificate and would love to email it to them... my email is debbidodo@hotmail.com ... thanx

Re: Birth Certificate 1800... written in French!

dianne baquet (View posts)
Posted: 12 Sep 2001 7:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
I had discovered the name of Camille Baquet as one of the original families in the United States. I believe the family lived on the east coast. I have researching Baquet's in the New Orleans area for several years now and have acquired quite a bit of infor on the family dating to my great-great-great grandfather , Myrthil or Meutile Baquet, born in 1815. I do not have his birth record, but I do have death record and his marriage certicate. Apparently, the spelling of the last name was Baquie, with an accent over the "e". Maybe you have some info on that name.

Re: Birth Certificate 1800... written in French!

Deb Edmondson (View posts)
Posted: 19 Oct 2001 4:32AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Diane... I was really confused at first and would certainly like to apologize for the delay in getting back to you!!! There have really been lots of interruptions in my life lately and plenty of them unforseen... Anyway, I am hoping that you are referencing the notation including Camille Baquet as a "first family" that is found as he is related to the "Golding" family. The Goldings do actually date (as far as I know) back to the 17th Century. Camille, however would have been about 25 and a young man when first coming to America (b. circa 1825). If you are interested in the birth certificate and other stuff that I've scanned for the Baquet family... I'll be more than happy to send "everything" to you... I always need, want and appreciate any help that I can get!!! I would love to tell you that I have some specific info on Myrthil or Meutile Baquet, but I don't at this time. I'll be glad to look through the census stuff that I've collected to see if there's something that is hanging around on disk... I have lots of data that I cannot directly connect to my tree as yet and it is everywhere!!! Contact me direct at debbidodo@hotmail.com and give me any particulars that you wish and I'll be glad to send stuff your way. Til later, deb-
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