Paris arrondissements #france
Eve Line Blum <eve.line.blum@...>
At 9:56 -0700 19/04/03, Pierre Hahn wrote:
On some birth certificates which I obtained on my last trip to ParisHello Pierre,
According to what I found on the web at
Rue des Fosses du Temple doesn't exist anymore. Its completely
changed and seems to be part of other streets in the 11e
As for rue Neuve Saint Augustin, it's name now is rue des Filles St
Thomas, in the 2nd arrondissement
The book "Au bonheur des Dames", by Emile Zola, tells about a shop
which was in that street.
Eve Line Blum-Cherchevsky
Cercle de Genealogie Juive (International JGS in Paris)
Gerard Caen <gerard.caen@...>
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From: "Pierre Hahn" <pierre28@...>
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Sent: Saturday, April 19, 2003 6:56 PM
Subject: [frenchsig] Paris arrondissements
- Rue des Fosses du Temple has been partly demolished, the remaining section
is now rue Amelot ( 11th arrondissement).
- Rue Neuve Saint Augustin is Rue Saint Augustin ( 2nd)
On some birth certificates which I obtained on my last trip to Paris=== Before 1868, The rue des Fosses du Temple was between rue du Faubourg du
Temple and rue Oberkampf, it is now integrated in rue Amelot.
and rue Neuve St. Augustin.
== nowdays, rue des Filles Saint Thomas and rue Saint Augustin (For the
"anecdote", if you read Zola, in the Book "Au Bonheur des dames", the store
was rue Neuve Saint Augustin and Place Gaillon).
CGJ - Paris - France
Pierre Hahn <pierre28@...>
On some birth certificates which I obtained on my last trip to Paris
I have two streets that I can not locate in up-to-date Paris plan. They
are rue des Fosses du Temple, and rue Neuve St. Augustin. I wonder if a
good person knowledgeable on disappeared or changed street names could
give me the old and the new arrondissements as well as their present
Thank you in advance
Pierre M. Hahn