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The ancestors of Fernande FABRE and Lucien GINOUX are indicated by the colour purple.

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Emile Joseph LANDRIN et Désirée GINOUX couple

A year before the marriage, Emile Joseph leaves for the United States of America in recognition. He boards on a liner of the Compagnie Générale Transatlantique’s fleet called “La Bretagne”. Looking at the list of passengers on La Bretagne ; the 112th name is Emile LANDRIN, registered (as noted on the record) as a journeyman, alien, passenger on the foredeck, alone, unaccompanied, disembarking in New York on January 1st 1890.

The steamer La Bretagne sailing on the Le Havre-New York line

Joseph Milles LANDRIN and Désirée GINOUX :  See the civil status record of their wedding.

Their children:

Pierre Pascal LANDRINSee the life of Peter LANDRIN

Maurice Joseph LANDRIN I, Continuation of the dynasty of Joseph LANDRIN.

Marguerite L. LANDRIN,  See Marguerites’tree.


They settle in Aberdeen, Moore County, North Carolina. View map of family locations.

In 1900, the whole family is in the family farm in the village of Sand Hill in Aberdeen (village which became a district of Aberdeen). See the 1900 Census.

Désirée remarries in 1908 with Adolph RINIKER of Swiss German origin. Civil status record of this couple.

They have a child :

Henry D. RINIKER, See the life of Henry Desiree ROSE

We find Henri D. RINIKER (9 months) and Marguerite L. LANDRIN (12 years) at the home of Adolph RINIKER’s parents and sister in Los Angeles in 1910 : See the 1910 Census.

The course of life with its dramatic events of the members of the RINIKER family

Adolph RINIKER died in Los Angeles on February 8, 1950 and was buried in Inglewood Cemetery.

As for Emile Joseph LANDRIN of profession laborer, he is going to live in Hawthorne, County of Los Angeles with his two sons. (See 1910 Census). He settled in Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California and died there at the age of 74 of a cerebral hemorrhage on September 29, 1940. He is buried in the cemetery of this town. He seems to have remarried Marie K. VOLSE who lives with him at the time of his death.