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Pierre-France Bondesen-David

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Pierre-France Bondesen-David
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Maternal side from Copenhagen (name was originally Nielsen, then Jorgensen). First ancestor to keep family name was Hans Peter Bondesen 1851-1907 (son of Bonde Jorgensen).
French Noble family (original name: David de Pravieux). First ancestor was Julien David, also known as Julien St. Etienne David (about 1190 / Forez, France). Nobility is confirmed by d'Hozier.
Maternal great-grandmother, Alma Therese Johannson (Census has her name as Johansen). Her husband was Frode Valdemar Bondesen and her third child (a son) was my maternal grandfather, Svend Aage Bondesen 1909-1978. She died in Grenaa, Denmark, around 1912. Svend, her son, died in Canada January 1st (1978) of ALS.
Maternal connection to the Venables family (Hugh Venables, 10th Baron of Kinderton). Through the Venables, my mother is related to the Spencer family (LeDespenser).
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Hi Pierre-France

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posted by Janet (Langridge) Wild
Hi Pierre-France!

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posted by Cheryl (Smith) Hess
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