Émile Vernon (1872-1919) – Art Bacchant


An Auburn Beauty

I am sure that the artist Émile Vernon and I must be related somewhere along the line! My father’s side of the family came over with William the Conqueror from a place called Vernon in France. I’m doing research on my family tree so I’ll let you know!

Source: Émile Vernon (1872-1919) – Art Bacchant

Take care and keep laughing!

Sarah

21 thoughts on “Émile Vernon (1872-1919) – Art Bacchant

        1. I thought that was probably what you meant but I didn’t want to assume! From the little research I’ve done this afternoon, it looks as if the whole of Normandy was settled by Vikings so you’re absolutely right.

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          1. Sorry to be ambiguous. I was in a hurry to get out to a family wedding. Now my whole family of five is crammed into a hotel room. So I’d better stop typing and let them sleep. 🙂 Family legend has it that we are descended from William the Conquerer, but my grandmother’s joy was diminished when I told her that he was called William the Bastard, first. I’ve always taken an interest in stories about that region since I heard the legend. Cheers.

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