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Monsieur Lefèvre's invalid (Northern) Gannet (1 Viewer)

mb1848

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I am wondering if the female Hardy had any relation to Jacques Josse Hardy (1798-1863) of Dieppe? Any chance to recall the Buteo martini thread is appreciated. JJ Hardy is mentioned in List of type specimens of birds in the Baillon Collection
 
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l_raty

laurent raty
Yes, my mistake, I misread it -- sorry. (Quite an odd 'G'; I don't know how I did not see the 'e', though.)

Elizabeth Gardey
b. in Bordeaux, 9 Prairial an IX = 29 May 1801, here, 4 E 845, 98/148.
m. to Amédée Lefèvre, in Bordeaux, 4 Feb 1834, here, 4 E 1099, 36/215 (here as "Elisabeth").
d. in Rochefort, 11 Oct 1877, here, 2 E 311/371*, 136/184.
 
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Björn Bergenholtz

... earlier a k a "Calalp"
Oouups, :oops: sorry guys, I happened to open up a brand new thread: Eliza(beth)'s Mexican Sheartail Hummingbird (here), while you were busy solving the whole thing. Well done! (y)

Thus, Mark, I don't think you have to ponder over the possibility of a "relation to Jacques Josse Hardy" ;), but if you're still in need of the Buteo martini thread I assume it's this one (from March 2019).

Stay safe!

Lefèvre ... over and out

/B
 
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ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
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