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Mortier, Cory and Mason Families

 

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Cory Family Genealogy

 

How to Use This Report

This genealogical report consists of family outlines only. To the best of my knowledge, the outlines are correct as stated; however, full supporting documentation is included for only some of the relationships cited. Accordingly, the reports should be used as starting points only, to use in forming genealogical hypotheses. To prove these hypotheses, the reader of these reports must provide his/her own supporting rationale obtained from personal family documents such as Bible records and/or memoranda; and from official documents such as wills, deeds, court minutes, etc.  The ancestor numbering system utilized in the reports is that recommended by the National Genealogical Society (NGS).

Genealogical Report - Descendants of William Cory

Generation No. 1

1. William Richard1 Cory was born 1796 in Bethel Parish, Bethloom, Cornwall Shire, England, and died 01 April 1872 in Palmyra Wisconsin. He married Martha Bailey Abt. 1829 in Cornwall England, daughter of John Bailey and Nancy _____. She was born Abt. 1806 in Warbestow Parish, Kenwerthywater, Cornwall Shire, England, and died Abt. 1865 in Plymouth, England.

Notes for William Richard Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 1:

"William Richard Cory born Bethel Parish, Bethloom, Cornwall Shire England 1796, died Palmyra, Wis., April 1, 1872, burial Zion Cemetery. Landston was the largest town and Boscastol was the harbor, Cornwall. William Richard had a brother who went to Australia at an early day and a twin brother named George. He was a minister but as a young man he lost one eye in an accident while working on a stone road. This affected the sight of the other eye and at the time he came to America he was totally blind. About 1829 he married Martha Bailey who was born Warbestow Parish, Kenwerthywater, Cornwall Shire, the daughter of John and Nancy Bailey. They lived near and northwest of Plymouth where their children were born. About 1864-5, his wife having burned to death, he came with his youngest son Daniel and his daughter Rachel and a young grandson Thomas Green to Palmyra, Wis., in 1866. The rest of his sons had preceded him to Palmyra and the oldest son John had a home established so William Richard made his home with John until he died. ... "

CHILDREN OF WILLIAM RICHARD CORY

The children of William Richard Cory included in this report are those listed in the above cited Cory family history monograph by Fay Cory Perrin, at page 1.

Notes for Martha Bailey:

Martha Bailey was the daughter of John Bailey and Nancy _____. The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 1:

" ... John Bailey came from Scotland to Warbestow Parish, Kenwerthywater, Cornwall Shire England. He was a blacksmith and also owned a small farm. Married Nancy _____. She was the village teacher and taught small farm children to read, using the Bible as a textbook. ... "

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND NANCY BAILEY

The children of John and Nancy Bailey, included in this report, are those listed in the above cited Cory family history monograph by Fay Cory Perrin, at page 1.

Children of William Cory and Martha Bailey are:

+ 2 i. John2 Cory, born 05 August 1832 in Plymouth, England; died 25 November 1893 in Republic, Iowa.

+ 3 ii. Lucy Cory, born Abt. 1833 in Plymouth England.

+ 4 iii. Richard Cory, born 16 April 1836 in Plymouth England; died 1913 in Jefferson County WI.

5 iv. Jane Cory, born Abt. 1837.

Notes for Jane Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 3:

" ... Jane Cory ... born near Plymouth England about 1833 ... Jane never came to America and we have no record of her life in England. ... "

6 v. Ann Cory, born Abt. 1839 in Plymouth England.

Notes for Ann Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 4:

" ... Ann Cory ... born near Plymouth, England about 1839 ... Ann never came to America but Daniel Cory once said she had two sons, but our limited research fails to identify them by age or name. ... "

7 vi. James Cory, born March 1840 in Plymouth England; died 11 August 1862 in Baton Rouge LA.

Notes for James Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, pages 2-3:

" ... James Cory ... Came to Palmyra, Wis., with his brother Thomas about 1860. Served in the armed service Civil War. Enlisted Jefferson [County], Wis., April 29, 1861, Pvt. Co. E, 4th Wis., Cavalry term of 3 years. Gave age as 21, home as Sullivan Wis., Mustered into U. S. Service Racine, Wis., July 2, 1861. Died in service at Baton Rouge, La., August 11, 1862. Cause, heart disease. He is not buried in Wisconsin. ... "

8 vii. Susana Cory, born Abt. 1841 in Plymouth England.

Notes for Susana Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 4:

" ... Susana never came to America and we have no records of her life in England. ... "

9 viii. Thomas Cory, born 06 May 1843 in Plymouth England; died 03 April 1892 in Wisconsin. He married Betse Ann Pieper Abt. 1863 in Wisconsin; born 1847; died 25 May 1877 in Wisconsin.

Notes for Thomas Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 4:

" ... Thomas Cory ... born near Plymouth England May 6, 1843. He and his brother James came to America about 1860; they being the third and fourth of the Cory Clan to settle in Palmyra, Wisconsin. Married about 1863 to Betsey Ann Pieper, born 1847. Thomas died April 3, 1892. Wife Betsey Ann died May 25, 1877. ... "

10 ix. Daniel Cory, born 24 June 1846 in Plymouth England; died 19 March 1926 in Nashua Iowa. He married Mary Jane lander 06 January 1869 in Palmyra Wisconsin; born 26 May 1850 in Cornwall England; died 11 March 1904 in Republic Iowa.

Notes for Daniel Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, pages 4-5:

" ... Daniel Cory, youngest son of William Richard and Martha (Bailey) Cory. Born near Plymouth England June 24, 1846, died Nashua, Iowa March 19 1926. He came to Palmyra, Wisconsin with his father and youngest sister Rachel [in] 1866; the last of the Cory Clan to settle there. Married Palmyra January 6, 1869 to Mary Jane Lander, born Cornwall England May 26, 1850. Came with her parents Henry and Alice (Welch) Lander to Palmyra in 1856 and died at Republic, Iowa March 11, 1904. In 1877 she and her husband joined the Free methodist Church and in 1888 they moved to Iowa where they bought 160 acres of land about two miles northeast of the now famous Little Brown church. it was here that their two youngest children were born; the rest having been born in Palmyra, Wisconsin. They continued to occupy and operate this farm until 1902 when the mother's failing health forced their retirement and they moved to Republic, Iowa where she died in 1904. A few years later, Daniel with the three younger children, moved to an acreage which he bought near the "Big 4" Fairgrounds at Nashua, Iowa. Daniel continued to live here and raise some berries and garden produce until his death. Both he and his wife are buried in Green Wood Cemetery, Nashua. He was a good and kindly man, and an active church worker and is missed by all who knew him. ... "

+ 11 x. Rachel Cory, born 09 October 1849 in Plymouth England; died 19 April 1900 in Jefferson County WI.

 

Generation No. 2

2. John2 Cory (William Richard1) was born 05 August 1832 in Plymouth, England, and died 25 November 1893 in Republic, Iowa. He married Caroline Mortier 28 January 1857 in Palmyra, Wisconsin, daughter of John Mortier and Barbara Muller. She was born 01 October 1839 in Belgium, and died 06 October 1906 in Republic, Iowa.

Notes for John Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 2:

" ... John Cory, son of William Richard Cory and Martha (Bailey) Cory born near Plymouth Eng., August 5, 1832, died Republic Ia., November 25, 1893. Came from England to Palmyra, Wis., 1852; the first of the Cory clan to settle there. Married Palmyra, Wis., January 28, 1857 to Caroline Miller, born Belgium October 1, 1839, died Republic Ia., October 6, 1906; she was generally known as Caroline Mortier because her mother married second to James Mortier. [Comment: This is an error; Caroline's mother married second, John not James Mortier.] All of their children were born in Palmyra except the three youngest who were born a Republic, Ia., where John and his family lived from 1870 until the death of Caroline in 1906. Came to Iowa from Wisconsin in a Prairie Schooner. ... "

CHILDREN OF JOHN AND CAROLINE (MORTIER) CORY

The children of John Cory included in this report are those listed in the above cited Cory family history monograph by Fay Cory Perrin, at page 2.

Notes for Caroline Mortier:

In John Mortier's will, he explicitly states that Caroline is one of his children by his wife Barbara. However, Caroline may actually be the step-daughter of John Mortier. She may be the daughter of Barbara Katrina Muller by a prior husband. The story within the Cory family (Caroline married John Cory) is that Caroline's real last name was Miller (Muller) and that she went by the name of Caroline Mortier because her mother had subsequently married John Mortier. In support of this story is the fact that Carline is about four years older than Barbara Katrina Mortier's next oldest child, Louis.

Children of John Cory and Caroline Mortier are:

12 i. George3 Cory, born Unknown.

13 ii. Minnie Cory, born Unknown.

14 iii. Frank James Cory, born 22 January 1859.

15 iv. Lillian Jane Cory, born 27 September 1860.

16 v. Nettie Cory, born 16 October 1863.

17 vi. Lewis John Cory, born 09 June 1865.

18 vii. Charles S. Cory, born 16 February 1867.

19 viii. Nellie Cory, born 01 October 1868.

20 ix. William T. Cory, born 05 May 1871.

21 x. Kitty Cory, born 12 January 1876.

22 xi. Lenna Cory, born 15 April 1879.

 

3. Lucy2 Cory (William Richard1) was born Abt. 1833 in Plymouth England. She married Thomas Green.

Notes for Lucy Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 3:

" ... Lucy Cory ... born near Plymouth England about 1833 ... Married to Thomas green. They never came to America but they had at least one son, Thomas, born 1848 ... [who] came to America with Daniel and Rachel Cory in 1866. ... "

Child of Lucy Cory and Thomas Green is:

23 i. Thomas3 Green, born 1848 in England; died 1896 in Wisconsin. He married Lydia Hamm 23 February 1871 in Palmyra Wisconsin.

 

4. Richard2 Cory (William Richard1) was born 16 April 1836 in Plymouth England, and died 1913 in Jefferson County WI. He married (1) Harriet Congdon. He married (2) Grace Piper 1867. She died 1876.

Notes for Richard Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 2:

" ... Richard Cory ... was the second of the Cory Clan to come to America; coming to Palmyra, Wisconsin, 1856 and at first made his home with his brother John who had married and established a home here. In 1859 he went to California here he filed on a gold claim and worked it until 1866 when he came back to Palmyra and bought a farm. Married _____ 1867 to Grace piper who died 1876, and in September 1877 he married Mrs. Harriet (Congdon) Knapp. He died _____ 1913. ... "

Child of Richard Cory and Grace Piper is:

24 i. Jesse Franklin3 Cory, born 28 February 1876 in Jefferson County WI; died 14 October 1924 in Milwaukee WI. He married Ada Helen Meyrose 28 February 1903 in Milwaukee WI; died Aft. 1924.

 

11. Rachel2 Cory (William Richard1) was born 09 October 1849 in Plymouth England, and died 19 April 1900 in Jefferson County WI. She married James Mortier 15 July 1867 in Jefferson County WI, son of John Mortier and Barbara Muller. He was born 25 December 1846 in Milwaukee County WI, and died 15 May 1920 in Jefferson County WI.

Notes for Rachel Cory:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 5:

" ... Rachel Cory, youngest daughter of William Richard and Martha (Bailey) Cory, born near Plymouth, England October 9, 1849; died April 19, 1900. She was among the last of the Cory Clan to come to Palmyra, Wisconsin, coming with her father and brother Daniel in 1866. Married _____ to James Mortier, brother of Mrs. John Cory. ... "

Notes for James Mortier:

The following obituary was published in the "Palmyra Enterprise" for Thursday, 20 May 1920:

"James Mortier was born in Milwaukee December 25, 1848 [Sic]. July 15, 1867, he married Miss Rachel Cory of Palmyra, and they made their home on a farm a mile west of the village.

"Mrs. Mortier died about twenty-two years ago, and two daughters, Nellie and Lenna, have also preceded their father to the home beyond. There remain to mourn the departure of their father, three sons, Emery, of Denver, Colo., Frank, of Palmyra, and Luther, of Milwaukee. Mr. Mortier also leaves two sisters, Mrs. John Rowe, and Mrs. T. H. Morris, both of Palmyra.

"About five years ago Mr. Mortier moved to Palmyra to spend his declining years. Failing health for the past two years gradually affected his mental powers, until it became advisable for the sake of his own safety to be taken to the county hospital at Jefferson. Here he passed away quietly last Friday, having reached the age of 71 years, four months, and 10 days.

"Funeral services were held at the home of his sister, Mrs. T. H. Morris, Tuesday morning, Rev. L. Knutzen officiating. Musical selections were furnished by Mrs. W. H. Munger and Jerome Trewyn. Interment was at Zion. All the sons were present at the service."

There seems to be some question as to the actual year of birth for James Mortier. The above cited obituary and James Mortier's death certificate both state that he was born on 25 December 1848. However, the Federal Census reports for 1860, 1870, 1880 and 1900 indicate that he was born in 1846 - a two year discrepancy. The reason for this discrepancy is unknown to me.

Children of Rachel Cory and James Mortier are:

25 i. Ella (Nellie) J.3 Mortier, born 05 January 1869 in Jefferson County WI; died 21 January 1878 in Jefferson County WI.

Notes for Ella (Nellie) J. Mortier:

Per a notice in the local newspaper, the "Palmyra Enterprise" for Wednesday, 23 January 1878, Ella (Nellie) drowned in a mill pond; she was nine years old. The notice is as follows:

"Drowned

"A daughter of Mr. James Mortier, aged about 9 years, was found drowned in the mill pond in this place on Monday night. It appears that the girl had been sent to the store in the afternoon, and on her way home about five o'clock passed along the pond, and in some way fell into a hole where the ice had been taken out. The daughter not returning as soon as she was expected the father made a diligent search for the child whom he found and with his own hands took from the watery grave, The family have the fullest sympathies of the community in this one of the saddest bereavements."

26 ii. Cora Ette Mortier, born December 1873 in Jefferson County WI; died 02 September 1874 in Jefferson County WI.

+ 27 iii. Emery R. Mortier, born 03 November 1874 in Jefferson County WI; died 13 March 1943 in Arapahoe County CO.

28 iv. Frank Mortier, born 1876 in Jefferson County WI; died 1957 in Wisconsin.

+ 29 v. Lenna Jane Mortier, born 18 October 1881 in Wisconsin; died 12 April 1906 in Wisconsin.

+ 30 vi. Luther Mortier, born 29 August 1884 in Wisconsin; died 12 January 1953 in Wisconsin.

 

Generation No. 3

27. Emery R.3 Mortier (Rachel2 Cory, William Richard1) was born 03 November 1874 in Jefferson County WI, and died 13 March 1943 in Arapahoe County CO. He married Dorothy Mason 14 December 1901 in Lake County, Illinois, daughter of Dwight Mason and Olive McFarland. She was born 14 October 1881 in Whitefish Bay WI, and died 20 June 1961 in Arapahoe County CO.

Marriage Notes for Emery Mortier and Dorothy Mason:

See Lake County IL Marriage Volume H, Page 133; Marriage License Number 89M1117.

Children of Emery Mortier and Dorothy Mason are:

+ 31 i. Violet Dorothy4 Mortier, born 14 July 1906 in Scott County IA; died 07 July 1978 in Denver County CO.

32 ii. Richard Mason Mortier, born 31 May 1908 in Englewood CO; died March 1997 in Englewood CO. He married Opal _____.

33 iii. Margaret Jane Mortier, born 18 October 1915.

 

29. Lenna Jane3 Mortier (Rachel2 Cory, William Richard1) was born 18 October 1881 in Wisconsin, and died 12 April 1906 in Wisconsin. She married William Paul Mede 27 April 1899 in Wisconsin, son of Harmon Mede and Emily Meliter. He was born September 1870 in Wisconsin.

Marriage Notes for Lenna Mortier and William Mede:

Marriage is recorded in Jefferson County WI, Marriage Book 5, page 14, Marriage Number 011951.

Child of Lenna Mortier and William Mede is:

34 i. Eva4 Mede, born March 1900 in Wisconsin; died 12 April 1906 in Wisconsin.

 

30. Luther3 Mortier (Rachel2 Cory, William Richard1) was born 29 August 1884 in Wisconsin, and died 12 January 1953 in Wisconsin. He married Clara Kubosch 05 January 1918 in Wheaton Illinois. She was born 18 August 1888 in Glogow Germany, and died 03 April 1984 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Notes for Luther Mortier:

The following is an extract from "The Cory Family History," a mimeographed document dated 1 April 1955, by Fay Cory Perrin, page 5:

" ... Luther born August 29, 1884; died January 12, 1953; married Wheaton, Illinois January 5, 1918 to Clara Kubosh, born Glogow Germany August 18, 1888; settled in Milwaukee, Wisconsin where he was Ass't Supt. Post Office Station G. ... "

Children of Luther Mortier and Clara Kubosch are:

+ 35 i. James Joseph4 Mortier, born 25 February 1921 in Wisconsin; died 02 March 1983 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

+ 36 ii. Ralph Luther Mortier, born 04 March 1923.

+ 37 iii. Tyler Arthur Mortier, born 23 December 1925.

 

Generation No. 4

31. Violet Dorothy4 Mortier (Emery R.3, Rachel2 Cory, William Richard1) was born 14 July 1906 in Scott County IA, and died 07 July 1978 in Denver County CO. She married (1) Clark Wesley Norfleet 21 November 1925 in Jefferson County (Golden) CO, son of Reverend Norfleet and Louella Mayfield. He was born 12 June 1906 in LaClede County MO, and died 02 May 1984 in Larimer County CO.

Notes for Clark Wesley Norfleet:

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF CLARK WESLEY NORFLEET

Clark Wesley Norfleet was born in Lebanon, Missouri on 12 June 1906; he was born in the house of his maternal grandfather, William Randolph Mayfield (1834-1914), a prosperous local farmer. Clark was the youngest child of Reverend Abraham Lincoln Norfleet and Louella Belle Mayfield.

CHILDHOOD

Clark's mother died unexpectedly of a heart attack in 1909, when he was only three years old. As a result, the primary maternal influence in his childhood was provided by his older sister, Evalyn, who was eleven years his senior. Since his father was a minister of the Gospel, Clark's childhood was characterized by considerable travel and frequent geographical relocation.

HIGH SCHOOL AND MARRIAGE

In the early 1920's, Clark's father became the pastor of the Mayflower Congregationalist Church in Englewood, Colorado. While a high school student living in Englewood, Clark met the daughter of a neighbor family, Violet Dorothy Mortier. At this time, Clark was quite a handsome and outgoing young man; he rode a motor cycle and was considered a bit wild and exciting to his fellow students at Englewood High School. Clark and Violet began dating and, soon after graduation, they eloped and got married in Golden, Colorado, on 21 November 1925. Both were only nineteen years old at the time and the marriage was strongly opposed by both their families.

LIFESTYLE AFTER MARRIAGE

Feeling unwelcome in Englewood, the newlyweds commenced an itinerant life style, traveling by car all across the United States, working at various odd jobs and frequently staying with relatives and friends. They continued this gypsy life style for about three years, and, although they had very little money during this time period, both Clark and Violet said that this three years was the happiest time of their lives!

In about 1928 they returned to the Denver area, which remained their permanent home for the rest of their lives. During the Great Depression, their economic situation was actually quite favorable. Both Clark and Violet had jobs throughout these years and their combined income was good for the times. They were able to buy new cars (Oldsmobiles) every three years and also acquired some mountain property about 55 miles from Denver, in Park County. At that location, they built a log cabin in 1937. This cabin was used as a recreational, summertime home for many years thereafter.

CHILDREN

Shortly before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, Philip Clark Norfleet, the child of Clark and Violet Norfleet, was born on 15 August 1941. Philip was their only child.

WORLD WAR II AND THE POSTWAR ERA

When the United States entered World War II, Clark tried to enlist but was turned down as being too old (over 35). However, during the War, Clark performed defense related work: first, at the Denver Ordnance Plant, and later, at the then top secret military facility at Hanford, Washington.

After the War, Clark returned to his civilian work in the tire and oil business. In the early 1950's Clark became the sales and marketing manager for a Denver based tire and oil company. He remained in this position until just a few years before his retirement. In his last years in the work force, Clark worked as a department manager for Ace Hardware Stores.

RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES

During his entire life, Clark was an avid fisherman and outdoorsman. After World War II, Clark became one of the first civilian owners of one of those rather famous military four wheel drive (4WD) vehicles - the Jeep. His first Jeep was a 1942 military model which still had the mounts for emplacement of a 50 caliber machine gun!

Clark and his friends were among the first people in Denver to own 4WD's. They used their jeeps to reach heretofore almost inaccessible high mountain lakes where the fishing was incredibly good. They traveled along old hunting and mining trails that had previously only been used by people on foot or on horseback. During the late 1940's and through the 1950's, vehicle travel on these trails was relatively light and they usually had the high lake fishing pretty much to themselves. By the 1960's, this situation began to change and by the 1970's, it seemed that almost every "yuppie" in Denver had a 4WD vehicle of some sort. According, traffic on the mountain trails became unacceptably heavy and parking at some of the high lakes became a problem. State and Federal officials then began to close off many of these trails to motorized traffic and the halcyon days of the jeep fisherman came to an end.

RETIREMENT AND DEATH

After his retirement, Clark still drove a 4WD, a 1974 and later a 1979 Scout II, but he rarely did any off-road travel. In July 1978, Clark's wife, Violet, died of cancer after a long illness. In May 1979, Clark married Della Deselm, the widow of a long time family friend. Clark and Della moved to Fort Collins, Colorado where they remained until Clark's death. During the last years of his life, Clark and his second wife took a number of long automobile trips in the United States and Canada, including a visit to Clark's boyhood home in Missouri. In late April 1984, Clark Norfleet suffered a massive stroke and died a few days later, on 2 May 1984.

[The above biographical sketch was prepared by Clark's son, Philip Norfleet, in 1997.]

Child of Violet Mortier and Clark Norfleet is:

38 i. Philip Clark5 Norfleet, born 15 August 1941 in Denver County CO.

 

35. James Joseph4 Mortier (Luther3, Rachel2 Cory, William Richard1) was born 25 February 1921 in Wisconsin, and died 02 March 1983 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He married Yetta Plotkin 1943.

Children of James Mortier and Yetta Plotkin are:

39 i. Penny Suzanne5 Mortier, born 1951.

40 ii. Mark Luther Mortier, born 1954.

41 iii. Peggy L. Mortier.

 

36. Ralph Luther4 Mortier (Luther3, Rachel2 Cory, William Richard1) was born 04 March 1923. He married Joyce Cooke 15 June 1949.

Children of Ralph Mortier and Joyce Cooke are:

42 i. Jeffrey5 Mortier, born 15 February 1951.

43 ii. Stacy Lyn Mortier, born 06 November 1960.

44 iii. Terry Mortier.

 

37. Tyler Arthur4 Mortier (Luther3, Rachel2 Cory, William Richard1) was born 23 December 1925. He married Gloria Steinke 08 March 1958.

Children of Tyler Mortier and Gloria Steinke are:

45 i. Scot T.5 Mortier, born 21 February 1959.

46 ii. Renee L. Mortier, born 19 April 1961.

47 iii. Marlo Arroen Mortier, born 16 May 1968.

 

 

 

 

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