Putz, Guillaume

Identity

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Person (Male)

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  • Professional

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Life dates

Bedburg [Prussia, D], 1840 - ?, ?

Activity

1889 - 1892 Anvers, Longue Rue du Vanneau, 22
Jean Guillaume, ° 19.5.1840. Arrived in Antwerp from Düsseldorf [D] in 1874 when he was registered as a journeyman cobbler. Transcribed "Puts, L." in the directories. At this address from 9.11.1886 where Putz and his wife Jeanne Cathérine Janssens (° Wuestwezel, 14.2.1848) ran a café that was alleged to also serve as a place of prostitution. A police report dated 5.1.1890 reads: "Putz claims to be a photographer but does not practice this occupation. His operator appears to be his wife's lover and his customers are women of loose morals". Ernest Emile Rottmann (see that name) was recorded as an operator here in October-November 1891.
1893 - 1913 Anvers, Rue de la Station, 14
Also transcribed "Puts, G." in some directories."Veuve G. Puts" in the directories from 1906 to 1913.

Locations

1889 - 1892 Anvers, Longue Rue du Vanneau, 22
1893 - 1913 Anvers, Rue de la Station, 14

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Record source

DIRECTORY_1997#3518

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Dates of creation/revision

SFJ revised 31.12.2017; SFJ revised 19.4.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght;and merged with entry 1997#3519 "Puts, L."; MD revised 7.9.2020

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