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Posted by: Carol Harting (ID *****4656) Date: February 02, 2005 at 09:13:22
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I know that this posting is almost 3 years from the first ones that I have come across. I have written to some of the people that posted but I thought there might just be some others out there that might have more information.'I tried to contact John C. Schumacher-Hardy about Clementine Bordenave and the email came back to me. Perhaps he could contact me as I might have information about Clementine.
Dianne Bordenave Davis wrote to me and we think there is a connection for us.
I am only using Pierre Bordenave, son of Issac Bordenave and Anne AURA, born 1839 in Poyoo, department of Basses-Pyrenees, France, and married Catherine CAROL, born 1854, the daughter of Francois CAROL and Marie ASTRE of Villeneure, Department of Ariege, France. They were married in San Francisco, 1881.
PIerre and Catherine had my Grandfather,Francois Claud, born in San Francisco, Calif. 1881. Pierre came to San Francisco and had his own French Bakery, as Frank always told me he helped deliver the bread.
Anyone who would have any more information about this Bordenave family could help me in finding out more about my roots. There is no one left in my family to ask the important questions.
Carol Harting, Davis, CA.


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