Examining the French Cursive Letter Pp

Some parishes just love to make elaborate letters and then it takes on a life of it’s own. Here we have that case in the letter P in (Jean Baptiste Preudhome and parein (godfather) in loopy-la-loops. The clue I used to figure out what the letter was, were the letters and words at the front and end. I was also familiar with the name of “Preudhome” as it is a common name in France and Belgium. Thankfully, we then have ‘normal’ p’ in peres (father) and in paroisse. Notice the word ‘paroisse”. The double ‘ss’ look like two ‘f’s I underlined them with purple. Then ‘h’ in yellow

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