From the Clandestine Registers of the Abbot Gillier 1790-1801 English version
1791 - 1801 Légé 44650 Registres clandestins de l'abbé Gillier.
44650 Choix du nouveau cimetière.
44650 Clandestine Registers of the abbot Gillier.
From 1791 to 1801 the abbot Gillier vicar of the parish Our-Lady of Legé held two registers clandestine: - the first covers the period from August 1791 at at the end of 1794, the second of at the beginning of 1795 to at the end of 1801. - the first of these two registers is most interesting taking into account the events which proceeded in all this area.
1793 Legé - Choices of the new cemetery
The year 1793, the 21st day of June, the Général of the parish of Legé assembled within the sacristy of the church of the said place were the people: Pierre Jean Louis Gouin, Vincent Nicoleau, Jean Robin, Hyacinthe Bernard, Jean Rortais, Jean Gris, Jean Beziau, Etienne Patron, Pierre Orceau, Pierre Patron, Joseph Patron, Etienne Malidain, Pierre Goeau, Julien Garraud, Jean Praud, Luc Lhommeau, Jean Bouyer, Joseph Babinot, François Vrignaud, Pierre Bossis, Pierre Voyneau, François Remaud, Jean Bernard, Jean Beziau de la Gestière, Alexandre Petit, François Chaillou, Martin Gaillard, René Favereau, René Forgeau, Jacques Millet, Pierre Monnereau, Jean Chaurroy, Jean Bellaudeau, Pierre Rocheteau, Pierre Airiau, François Laidet, the sir Gillier vicar of Julien Masselin for purposes to make the choice of a place to make make the blessing of a new cemetery The old one currently being filled and out of state to be able to be used for the present to bury the bodies with regard to the circumstances of the Revolution and the multitude of the bodies which were buried recently in the old cemetery. To avoid as much as it is possible the accidents of an epidemic disease, was of a common opinion to take to again serve the pre cemetery pertaining one to the factory of this place that located street of the roadway and vulgarly called the cemetery Saint Roch. Which will be blessed henceforth to be used to bury all the dead-men indistinctly as well borough of the parish as foreigners and will be for this effect closed and closed in a suitable way to prevent cattle and other animals to enter there with defense with which that is to put any cattle to pasture there Decree known as the month day andyear that in front of our signatures, others having stated to know to sign
Alexandre Retpuché approved for value.
created 2/21/2001 - Robert J Rocheteau
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