S.D Neant

13:56 Jan 18, 2002
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
French term or phrase: S.D Neant
It is in a birth certificate. It says "Son of (then name) then S.D NEANT"
Jennifer Kloosman

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4marital status unknown
Sarah Dean (X)
4statut domiciliaire??



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statut domiciliaire??

That birth certificate looks bilingual...

The "néant" probably means "none" or "not available". As to what "SD" stands for, I'd contact the issuing body.

Alternately, provide us with the country of origin if the document, that might help narrow it down.

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marital status unknown

I agree with the previous answer, I think the SD refers to the marital status of the parent listed on the birth certificate...



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