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  • ...orse," ''Jupiter''; [[The Hanneford Family]]; [[The Rancy Dynasty|Alphonse Rancy]]’s horses; the [[Cirkus Orlando]]’s horses; and the huge stud of horse
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  • File:André_Rancy_1917.jpg|André Rancy (1917) File:Vesque_Napoleon_Rancy_1925.jpeg|Cirque Napoléon Rancy (1925)
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  • ...]] (1818-1892), and daughter of equestrian and circus director, [[Alphonse Rancy]] (1861-1933). She belonged to genuine circus aristocracy and, not surprisi Born December 7, 1925, Nadia was the youngest of Jean and Marcelle Houcke’s remarkable children: Huguette (1915-1982), Maurice (1917-2002),
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  • ...ied to practically all of Europe’s major circus families. Interestingly, Marcelle’s own mother was born Jeanne Bidel and was the daughter of the famous cat ...gagement of his parents in his grandfather’s circus, the Cirque Alphonse Rancy, which was then showing in Grenoble, an important city southeast of Lyon at
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  • ...Rancy-Loyal in a show originally produced by [[The Rancy Dynasty|Alphonse Rancy]] in his resident circus at Lyon. Louis Fernando was nowhere to be seen. The Rancy-Loyal Troupe occupied the Cirque Fernando, renewing its shows regularly, un
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