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Polini Peraldi[1, 2]

Vrouwelijk ca. 1780 - 1802  (~ 22 jaar)

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  • Naam Polini Peraldi 
    Geboren ca. 1780  Corsica Zoek alle personen met gebeurtenissen in deze plaats 
    • € 500 Award for the researcher who finds the birth or baptism of a girl called Pauline/Paoline/Apollonia/Pollonia in the Archive departementale de Corse du Sud who belongs to one of the families who were excluded from amnestie by Napoleon in 1796 and is born between 1775 and 1780.
    Geslacht Vrouwelijk 
    Overleden nov 1798-1802 
    Persoon-ID I11  weebers
    Laatst gewijzigd op 4 aug 2017 

    Gezin Capt. Gardiner Henry Guion,   geb. 22 feb 1775, 35 Crutched Friars, London, England Zoek alle personen met gebeurtenissen in deze plaats,   ovl. 27 sep 1832, Thun, BE, CH Zoek alle personen met gebeurtenissen in deze plaats  (Leeftijd 57 jaar) 
    Getrouwd vóór 7 mrt 1798 
    • IF
      Polin and Gardiner married they must have married between dec 1796 and Dec 1797 at Gibraltar
      between Dec 1797 and Mar 1798 at London (or Sheerness)
    +1. Anne Mary Guion,   geb. 4 nov 1798, Sheerness, Kent, England Zoek alle personen met gebeurtenissen in deze plaats,   ovl. 12 mrt 1876, 113 Forest Road, Dalston, Hackney, Middlesex Zoek alle personen met gebeurtenissen in deze plaats  (Leeftijd 77 jaar)
    Laatst gewijzigd op 12 jul 2016 
    Gezins-ID F5  Gezinsblad  |  Familiekaart

  • Aantekeningen 
    • Her name is most likely corrupted from
      Paoline - Pauline - Apollonia - Pollonia

      ? 1.000 Award for the researcher who finds the list of Corsican refugees that were evacuated with the transportship the Tartar to Gibraltar in October 1796 (see below)
      I am quite sure that this list should be somewhere in the National Archives

      Some descendants of Polini, members of the Albers, Halewijn and Lips families, were convinced that Polini was the same person as Maria Anna Bonaparte, sister of Napoleon.

      The story was published in the Netherlands by A.J. Teychiné Stakenburg, in the Spiegel Historiael, Juni 1984 (see below).

      This tale is complete nonsense of course.
      The two oldest sisters of Napoléon were married and gave birth to their first child in 1798. It is utterly impossible they could have given birth to another child in 1798.
      It is even more impossible that one of the sisters gave birth to the child in England or that the child after the birth was taken to England by Gardiner.
      For my comments on his article see at "Sources" at the end of this page.

      December 1797 Gardiner's mother quits as a Matron of the London Hospital
      February 1798 Capt. Charles Elphinston asks the Navy Board to be allowed to appoint Lt. Gardiner Henry Guion on his Ship the HMS Diomede and March 1798 the Diomede leaves for the South Africa and South America.

      It is strongly believed that Gardiner's mother and Polini lived at the Commissioner's house in Sheerness in 1798.
      Commissioner for the dockyard in Sheerness in 1798 was Francis John Hartwell.
      After Gardiner served as a Captain's servant for John Elphinston (1782-1783) he sailed as Captain's Servant with Francis J. Hartwell (1786-1787).
      Francis married Anna Charlotte, the daughter of Capt John Elphinston.
      Both men must have been substitute fathers to Gardiner whose father died in 1780

      Timeline Corsica


      (22 mars 1789 - 21 juin 1794)
      Chronologie recueillie par Antoine-Dominique MONTI

      To my regret some publications exist in which a relationship, even a marriage between my 4th ggfather Gardiner Henry Guion and Anna Maria Bonaparte, siste of Napoleon. The publication written by Teychinee seems to attract many readers.
      Here are some of them

      A most disturbing reaction came from George F. Nafziger who created the book "Historical Dictionary of the Napoleonic Era
      I can't imagine how a selfrespecting "researcher" adds this kind of information (crap) in his dictionary WITHOUT ANY TRUSTWORTHY SOURCE.
      I was able to trace his email address and asked in a quite friendly letter if he could provide his source.

      George stated he got his information from The Encyclopedia Britannica (Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica Co., 1941) but admiited that this source is not available any more.
      I am pretty sure he is lying and that he copied the information from an earlier an publication from me at the internet sitee "Napoleon series" and did not properly read the complete publication.

      If this is the method he is using for writing books I can only advise not to buy his products.

  • Bronnen 
    1. [S8] Society of Genealogy, London.

    2. [S4] HAM Weebers, HAM Weebers, (Een poging tot reconstructie van de levens van de families Guion en Fox tussen ca 1750 en 1850).

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