Marie-Thérèse Dumon, 19101947 (aged 36 years)

Name
Marie-Thérèse /Dumon/
Given names
Marie-Thérèse
Surname
Dumon
Family with parents
father
Gustave Dumon
18821963
Birth: April 12, 1882 29 29Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
Death: September 30, 1963Damme, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
mother
Georgette Dumon - Berten
18771947
Birth: February 8, 1877Lille, Nord, Nord-Pas-de-Calais-Picardie, FRA
Death: July 30, 1947Sint-Michiels, Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
elder sister
Madeleine Dumon
19081978
Birth: May 27, 1908 26 31Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
Death: June 10, 1978Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
2 years
herself
Marie-Thérèse Dumon
19101947
Birth: June 6, 1910 28 33Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
Death: January 14, 1947Sint-Kruis, Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
1 year
younger brother
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19111989
Birth: May 31, 1911 29 34Sint-Kruis, Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
Death: March 19, 1989Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
brother
Daniël Dumon
younger brother
Antoine Dumon
19161995
Birth: January 10, 1916 33 38Sint-Kruis, Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
Death: December 26, 1995Brugge, West-Vlaanderen, BEL
sister
Marguerite Dumon
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Valentine Louise Jacobs (1875–) August Viaene (1885–1966) Louis Jozef Vrielynck (1873–1957) Louis Jozef Vrielynck (1873–1957) Valère Charles Jacobs (1897–1979) Helene Verhoye (1882–1950) Esther Van den Abeele (1899–) Marie Calleeuw (1882–1939) Germaine Dumon (1905–1992) Augustus Cools (1872–1941) Jerome Verschaeve (1898–1974) Daniël Debacker (1933–2015) Martha Calmeyn (1916–2013) François-Joseph Dumon (1878–1960) Wout Vermeersch (2003–2021) Malvina Wauters (1872–1928) Louis Van den Abeele (1904–1970) Catharina Joanna Fontier (1834–1914) Petrus Calleeuw + Madeleine Verplancke Zoë Vande Casteele (1899–1968) Oscar Saelens (–) Edouard Joseph Innegraeve (1879–1956) Daniel Lodewijk De Nolf (1922–2002) Ludovicus Lauwereins + Jeanne Godelieve Syoen Elisa Cuvelier (1896–1971) Arthur Demey (1899–1941) Hélène Esther Marie Jacobs (1878–1963) Rita van Gassen (1950–1995) Amelie Marie Salens (1878–1936) Blanche Vrielynck (1898–1973) Apt. Dirk Kindermans (1964–2016) René De Coster (1892–1972) Daniel Lodewijk De Nolf (1922–2002) Yvonne Amanda Elisabeth Lauwereins (1905–1979) Elza Calleeuw (1933–2015) René Hector Verhoye (1889–1963) Rosalia Francisca Delcloo (1834–) Andreas Calleeuw (1924–1990) Omer Verhoye (1926–2011) Marian Georgette Lina Desoete (1962–2018) Edouard Joseph Innegraeve (1879–1956) Augusta Watteyne (1880–1928) Henri Montens + Zenobie Hoste Hélène Esther Marie Jacobs (1878–1963) Joannes Franciscus Saelens (1848–1921) Rosalie Françoise Vanthuyne (1844–1918) Lievin Pieter De Nolf + Alice Marguerite Philomene Scheerens Leon Francois Dumon (1880–1933) Leonie Jacobs (1868–1918) Clarisse Helena Dumon (1910–1943) Emma-Maria Saelens (1893–1969) Madeleine De Puydt (1896–1988) Rachel Dickx (1913–2009) Edouard Joseph Innegraeve (1879–1956) Roger Couvreur (1955–2002) Paula Desoete (1925–1944) Jan-Frans Creten (1919–2001) André Blondelle (1919–1989) Emilienne Roose (1928–2017) Noël Dumon (1936–2019) Jerome Innegraeve (1883–1958) Dirk Dumon (1950–1958) René Hector Verhoye (1889–1963) Berengère Yvonna Philomena Innegraeve (1921–2012) René De Coster (1892–1972) Zr. Albertine De Nolf (1895–1988) Lievin Pieter De Nolf + Alice Marguerite Philomene Scheerens Guido Dumon (1942–2016) Marie-Thérèse Dumon (1910–1947) Daniel Lodewijk De Nolf + Mariette Van Nieuwenhuyze Rosalie Françoise Vanthuyne (1844–1918) Carlos Dumon (1935–2009) Joseph Brandt (1902–1944) Felicien Dumon (1911–1989) August Lauwereins (1935–2014) Edouard Joseph Innegraeve (1879–1956) Carlos Alloo (1930–2003) Hélène De Nolf (1897–1985) Helene Verhoye (1882–1950) Edouard Joseph Innegraeve (1879–1956) Henri Jacobs (1928–2017) René De Coster (1892–1972) Elise Franoise Marie Daelman (1864–1944) Ludovicus Lauwereins (1909–2003) August Desoete (1894–1980) René Hector Verhoye + Alice Vandamme Alice Vandamme (1905–1975) Madeleine Dumon (1908–1978) Zr. Albertine De Nolf (1895–1988) Desiré Jacobs + Catharina Joanna Fontier Magdalena Verhoye (1924–2013) Ferdinand Calleeuw (1850–1921)