Boitson, Jacques

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  • Professional

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Brussels - Schaerbeek, 1844 - ?, ?

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1870 Bruxelles - Schaerbeek, Rue Van Dyck, 28
Jean Jacques Marie, ° 23.4.1844. Younger brother of Eugène (see that name). On his father's death certificate of 1.5.1867, he was recorded as a photographer aged 23 domiciled in Brussels - Schaerbeek. His profession was again given as photographer on his mother's death certificate on 29.10.1868, which he signed "Jacques Boitson". The parents lived at Rue Van Dyck, 28, the same location as this studio.
1900 * - 1906 Bruxelles - Koekelberg, Chaussée de Jette, 398 then 418<03-06>
Predecessor: Boitson Eugène (at no. 418)
Moved to this address from Brussels - Laeken on 19.9.1900. Declared residence in and married in Brussels - Koekelberg on 8.11.1900 when his profession was given as photographer. In the 1901 Monod directory, "J. Boitson" listed at this address as well as in Brussels - Laeken, Rue Masui, 101, thereafter only in Chaussée de Jette.
1907 Bruxelles - Ganshoren, Avenue de Jette, 418
Possibly the same location as the Koekelberg studio after the thoroughfare was renamed.

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1870 Bruxelles - Schaerbeek, Rue Van Dyck, 28
1900 * - 1906 Bruxelles - Koekelberg, Chaussée de Jette, 398 then 418<03-06>
1907 Bruxelles - Ganshoren, Avenue de Jette, 418

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DIRECTORY_2017#1451

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MD / SFJ new 20.11.2019

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