1670-80 , but another early baroque recorder corresponds more accurately to Ammann's own model - a small anonymous ivory instrument (approx A532) in the Museum Den Haag which he measured in 1978. You can hear Conrad Steinman playing an Ammann Haka made in 1986 on CLAVES CD50-8103 Track 2: Dario Castello Sonata Prima.
Einfhrung 182 / Bestatten - Totenbegrbnis in Tana Toraja, Sdsulawesi 186 / - Totenverbrennung auf Bali 192 / - Knochenumbettung bei den Ngaju Dayak, Borneo 198 / Weiterleben - Grabbeigaben aus Peru 204 /Introduction 182 / Funeral Rites - Entombment in Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi 186 / - Cremation of the Dead on Bali 192 / - Re-burial of Bones among the Ngaju-Dayak, Borneo 198 / Continuation of Life - Grave Goods form Peru 204 / Exerting Influence - Ancestor Worship in Indonesia Ziel des Projektes ist die Erforschung von einerseits Kompetenz, Autoritt, Autorenschaft und Copyright unter unterschiedlichen historischen Bedingungen und von andererseits den Aushandlungsprozessen, die heute zwischen verschiedenen One part of the goal of this project is to investigate issues of copyright, authorship, authority and actors' competence under different historical conditions.
His parents are listed as Noah COLLARD (Noe) and Virginia CHENELLE.
Family stories suggest he was part indian , adopted as a baby.
He started making woodwind instruments around 1660, including traversos, oboes, and bassoons in addition to recorders.
If he did have he may have been called Jacques Robert. I think possible he is the one showing in Boynton Cemetery who died age 27 years. I know Matilda emigrated to Vermont in 1869 or 1870 and eventually lived with her son William in Concord, Vermont. I am now looking at the British Military Records, the Quebec Registre Foncier, to glean factual information and also Alonzo land transactions.
The specific case examined here is the funeral rituals among the Toraja in Sulawesi (Indonesia).
I was just reading some of the Log Cabin chronicle posting and I thought maybe you could give me some direction.
I want to begin by telling you how much I appreciate your time with me on the telephone today regarding the SABALL ancestry. 1949 Massachusetts His father was Louis Sabolle and was baptized at (Sacred Heart) Missions des Cantons de l'Est 28/05/1839, age de 3 semaines Francois et Adelaide Gravelle, journalier du canton de Stanstead Along with SABOLLE, Felix 8/05/1839 age de 2 ans 3 mois SABOLLEMarie-Philomene bapt 11/07/1842 nais 13/06/1842Alphay, Louis, Cyrus, George, Marie, Alfred, Emma The relative with the Masonic Symbol was Julius G SABALL (jr) b. The records for the parish of Sacre Coeur when it was served by a missionnary priest are on a few pieces of paper that were copied by someone who had gone to the diocese office years ago. However if you were to have a look at the Drouin Records you should find all catholic records there. I do not find the name Raymond on the 1791 NH census but there are several in Vermont. My grandfather was born in Georgeville, so I am assuming the other children were as well.
The missing birth/address information I am seeking is on Albert F SABALL (SABOLL). 1833-1892 And was buried at Fitch Bay with his wife Naomi MARTIN (1831-1888) and son Joseph Cephas SABALL (d. The American - Canadian Geneological Society in Manchester, NH (which isn't terribly far from you I believe.) has a super collection of Quebec records and the Drouin collection. Armonde (Camber) West, formerly of Georgeville, now of Ayer's Cliff, has a connection to your family and information and photographs. Names of children: 1) Charles Westley b.1864 in Georgeville 2) Nellie b.1866 3) Hattie b.1868 d.