Morbihan: the 128 descendants of Angélique and Marcellin gathered for an exceptional day

Morbihan: the 128 descendants of Angélique and Marcellin gathered for an exceptional day
Morbihan: the 128 descendants of Angélique and Marcellin gathered for an exceptional day

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May 14, 2024 at 12:20 p.m.

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It was under a radiant sun that the descendants of Marcellin Guillard and Angélique Jarnigon, married on October 18, 1898 (parents of 14 children, seven of whom survived), met at the cultural center of None on Yvel (Morbihan).

For the occasion, 128 people responded to the invitation of a small committee from the seven family lines, namely Cécile Jarnigon, Marie Richomme, Natacha Casado, Roselyne Rolland, Sonia Guillard, Guénaël Morice and Pierre-Yves D’Authenay.

A “XXXXL” family tree

From 10:30 a.m., the cousins ​​were welcomed. The opportunity to discover the “XXXXL” family tree up close 15 linear meters. The notebook of old songs and even in Gallo concocted to bring a nostalgic note. Enough to delight the seniors and in particular the dean Ange Guillard, 91 years old, and to amaze the last generation.

After the grilled pig, intergenerational games of shuffleboard, discovery of the table of the knights of the Arthurian legend, or “balosage” afternoon for others.

Finally, it was around the food truck “Oh nom d’une crepe” by Laurence Conan (and descendant of the Guillards) that the evening continued. Before ending late in the evening with folk and contemporary dances.

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