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Adele (Menard) Aimar (1800 - 1867)

Adele Aimar formerly Menard
Born in Savannah, Chatham, Georgia, United Statesmap
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Wife of — married 14 May 1818 in Richmond, Georgia, United Statesmap
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Died at age 67 in Charleston, Charleston, South Carolina, United Statesmap
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Adele was born in 1800. She passed away in 1867.


  • Georgia Marriages, 1699-1944
  • South Carolina, Death Records, 1821-1961
  • Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters Daughters of the American Revolution By Grace Gillam Davidson
  • Find A Grave: Memorial #171585727

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