The FOURNELLE Book

The FOURNELLE line is my maternal grandmother’s paternal line. She carried the name as did her father, his father, their grandfathers, all the way back to…

Going Back to the Earliest Fournelle Ancestor (Part 1)

Going Back to the Earliest Fournelle Ancestor (Part 2)

Going Back to the Earliest Fournelle Ancestor (Part 3)

Generation 2 – Child 1: Françoise FOURNEL (1678-1729) and Jean COURTOIS (1684-1745)

Generation 2 – Child 2: Nicolas FOURNEL (1683-abt.1748) and Barbe AGARANT (abt.1678-1758)

Generation 2 – Child 3: Jean FOURNEL (1686-1749) and Jeanne BERKIN (1683-1759)

Generation 3: Pierre FOURNELLE (1713-1765) and Jeanne NEU (1723-1783)

Generation 4: Pierre FOURNELLE (1748-1816) and Marianne SCHMIT (1760-1824)

Generation 5: André FOURNELLE (1799-1866) and Marie Catherine PHILIPPART (1801-1843)

Generation 6: André FOURNELLE (1838-1908) and Odile Lucie SCHLOESSER (1840-1911) and part II

Generation 7: Jean Joseph FOURNELLE (1871-1958) and Catharina FRANTZ (1872-1934)

Generation 8: Marie Marcelle FOURNELLE (1909-2005) and Nicolas WILDINGER (1906-1941) and 85 Years Ago Today: My Maternal Grandparents Were Married

Generation 9: My mother (living)

Generation 2 – Child 4: Henri FOURNEL (1688-1753) and Anne LAUNOIS (1692-1758)

Generation 2 – Child 5: Jeanne FOURNEL (~1691-aft. 1756) and Jérôme PÉTRISOT (~1680-1761)

Generation 2 – Child 6: Sébastienne FOURNEL (~1692-1752) and Jean FRANÇOIS (~1681-1741)

Generation 2 – Child 7: Marie FOURNEL (1696-?)

Generation 2 – Child 8: Jacques FOURNELLE (~1699-1774) and Marie JACOB (1695-1758)

Generation 2 – Child 9: Marie Catherine FOURNEL (bef. 1702-aft. 1721)

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