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Anne NICOLASAge: 80 years17601840

Name
Anne NICOLAS
Given names
Anne
Surname
NICOLAS
Married name
Anne MAIX (MAY)
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husband
herself
Marriage: May 10, 1791Neuves-Maisons (54), Meurthe-et-Moselle, Grand Est, FRANCE
6 years
son
1846_MAIX Claude Sebastien_Sign.jpgClaude Sébastien MAIX (MAY)
Birth: Vendemiaire 6, VI (September 27, 1797) 47 37Neuves-Maisons (54)
Occupation: Vigneron1845Neuves-Maisons (54)
Death: December 5, 1877Neuves-Maisons (54)
Claude MAIX (MAY) + Anne BOUF (BOUFFE) - View this family
husband
husband’s wife
Marriage: January 16, 1776Chaligny (54), Meurthe-et-Moselle, Grand Est, FRANCE
6 years
step-son

  1. Generation 1
    1. Anne NICOLAS, sage femme, was born in 1760 in Neuves-Maisons (54) and died on January 27, 1840 in Neuves-Maisons (54) at the age of 80. She married Claude MAIX (MAY), son of Théodore MAIX (MAY) and Anne ANTOINE, on May 10, 1791 in Neuves-Maisons (54). He was born on June 20, 1750 in Messein (54) and died on September 2, 1831 in Neuves-Maisons (54) at the age of 81.

      Children of Anne NICOLAS and Claude MAIX (MAY):

      1. Claude Sébastien MAIX (MAY) (VI1877)
  2. Generation 2back to top
    1. Claude Sébastien MAIX (MAY)

      Claude Sébastien MAIX (MAY), vigneron (in 1845), son of Claude MAIX (MAY) and Anne NICOLAS, was born on Vendemiaire 6, VI (September 27, 1797) in Neuves-Maisons (54) and died on December 5, 1877 in Neuves-Maisons (54) at the age of 80. He married 2 times. The first time he married Anne Marguerite HENNEQUIN on December 8, 1824 in Neuves-Maisons (54). She was born on Vendemiaire 26, III (October 17, 1794) in Neuves-Maisons (54) and died on February 14, 1845 in Neuves-Maisons (54) at the age of 50. The second time he married Catherine AUBERT, daughter of Louis Nicolas François AUBERT and Marie Anne ROYER, on November 18, 1845 in Frolois (54). She was born on January 7, 1815 in Frolois (54) and died on November 14, 1881 in Neuves-Maisons (54) at the age of 66.

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