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Alphonse Perrin
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Years covered: 1857

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(born Oct-04-1820, died 1901, 80 years old) United Kingdom (federation/nationality United States of America)

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Peter Alphonso Perrin ("Alonzo" Perrin, "Alphonse" Perrin) was the brother of Frederick Perrin.

Last updated: 2017-07-05 08:10:52

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Game  ResultMoves YearEvent/LocaleOpening
1. Morphy vs A Perrin 1-0251857New York000 Chess variants
2. Morphy vs A Perrin 1-0311857New York? ?000 Chess variants
3. Morphy vs A Perrin 1-0211857New York000 Chess variants
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  wwall: I don't think there is an A. Perrin. This is probably Frederick Perrin.
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  Calli: <wwall> Think again!
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  wwall: You are right! Wasn't mentioned in Gaige's Chess Personalia. I stand corrected.
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  Calli: I am curious as to his relationship with Fred. Probably his brother, but it is better not to assume such things.
Jun-05-12  SBC: .

Alphonse was Frederick's brother who lived in Hoboken.

Jul-04-17  zanzibar: Anyone have an idea when he died?


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  perfidious: And the press routinely fawn over supercentenarians...I'm here to tell you, they have nothing on this player.
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  Tabanus: Well there is some possibly fake news that he resided in Copacabana in the 1870s to 1890s:

1820: <Peter Alphonso Perrin>, born 4 Oct 1820, baptized 7 Feb 1821 in Saint Luke Old Street, Finsbury London. Father James Frederick Perrin. Mother Henrietta (England Select Births and Christenings) (these are also the parents of Frederick Perrin)

1844: Mr <??? Perrin>, 24, arriving from Liverpool to New York 2 Sep 1844 on board “Great Western” (NY Passenger Lists (index record only))

1850 census Ward 18 New York: <Alonzo Perrin>, 30, b. in England, Teacher, Martha Perrin, 28, b. in England, Ruth 4, Alonzo 3, Raymond 2, ---- (Mr Tonder??) 1, all four children born in New York.

1859: Mr <A. Perrin>, 39, Merchant, arriving from Liverpool to Boston 28 July 1859 on board “Europa” (NY Passenger Lists)

1860 census North Bergen Hudson (Hoboken) New Jersey: <Alphonse Perrin>, 39, b. in England, Merchant, Martha Perrine, 45, b. in Ireland, Martha 15, Ruth 13, Alphonse 12, Raymond 10, Frederick 9, all children born in New York; Margaret Lyons, 50, b. in Ireland, Servant

1863: <Alphonse Perrin>, 43, b. in England, Merchant, residing in Weehawken New Jersey (US Civil War Draft Reg. Records)

1864: <Alphonse Perrin>, 43, of England, Merchant, arriving from Liverpool to New York 3 May 1864 on board “Scotia” (NY Passenger Lists)

1867: <Peter Perrin>, 46, of England, Merchant, arriving from Liverpool to New York 9 July 1867 on board “Scotia” (NY Passenger Lists)

1868: <Peter Alphonse Perrin>, intends to become US citizen 17 Aug 1868 (New York, Alien Depositions of Intent to Become U.S. Citizens, 1825-1871)

1870 census: cannot find him.

1878: mentions a <Peter Alphonso Perrin> arriving in Rio de Janeiro 29 May 1878.

1880 and 1890 censuses: cannot find him.

1900 census Chatham Morris New Jersey: Raymond S. Perrin, Head, 49, b. Sept 1850 in New York, Augustine Perrin, Wife, 53, b. Aug 1846 in New York, <Peter A. Perrin>, Father, 79, b. Oct 1820 in England, Immigration year 1845.

1901: <Peter A. Perrin>, died 1901 (New Jersey Death Index)

Jul-04-17  zanzibar: This impressive detective work by <Tab> is almost getting routine. gg.

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