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The registers of Guillaume Apheça, emigration agent

Information about 15 000 emigrants in the registers of the Basque emigration agent Guillaume Apheça (1828-1919) are available for consultation in a simplified version.

CASENAVE

Register: Registre n° 1
Card number: 209
The day of departure: 1866
Year: November 15
Name, first name: CASENAVE
Age: 
Sex: M
Municipality: Etcharry
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Ship's name: Saint-Jacques
Date of departure: Saint-Jacques

Family members who emigrated on the same voyage

Year Name and first name(s) Age Sex Municipality
1866 CASENAVE Pierre M Etcharry
Spelling

The information in the list of people searched for (surname and first names, name of the ship or the town of origin) are sometimes written in different ways. When the Euskal Argentina Association retranscribed the registers of Guillaume Apheça it respected the spelling of words used by the agent. Different ways of spelling words or the particularities of his style of writing must therefore be taken into consideration when searching. For example, the first nameCatherine is sometimes writtenCath.ne. In the list of towns of origin, please note that Euskal Argentina has retranscribed SAINT-MARTIN as it was noted in the registers. It is difficult to know which village it is (Saint-Martin-d'Arberoue or Saint-Martin-d'Arrossa, etc.). Please consult the search guide for further advice provided by the Euskal Argentina Association.

Guillaume Apheça

AphezaGuillaume Apheça (1828-1919) was from Domezain-Berraute (Soule) and worked as an emigration agent for the Bordeaux Colson Agency between 1856 and 1913.
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The Basques’ Argentina

euskaldunen_argentina.jpg"The Basques' Argentina" exhibition describes and explains Basque emigration to Argentina in the 19th and 20th centuries, especially emigration from the Northern Basque.
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