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MatPlus.Net Forum General Henri Rinck - info question
 
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(1) Posted by Mihail Croitor [Monday, Feb 11, 2019 13:59]

Henri Rinck - info question


This summer I will visit Barcelona few days. As I know, Henri Rinck lived many years at Badalona, Barcelona's conglomerate. Does anyone knows any mark related with him? Such as memorial plaque or, may be, address where he lived?
 
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(2) Posted by Joaquim Crusats [Wednesday, Feb 13, 2019 17:34]

You can find information about his grave in Badalona in the following link:
http://www.ajedreznd.com/2007/rinck.htm

If you are interested in visiting the tomb I can make further inquiries for you.
 
 
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(3) Posted by Mihail Croitor [Monday, Feb 18, 2019 14:49]

Thank you!
As I understand, "Cementiri Nou de Badalona" is "CEMENTIRI MUNICIPAL SANT PERE"
 
   
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(4) Posted by Joaquim Crusats [Sunday, Feb 24, 2019 18:09]

Right. The "cementiri Nou" (new cemetery) is now called "cementiri de Sant Pere" as opposed to the "cementiry vell" (old cemetery) which is called "cementiri del Sant Crist".

Once there, it shouldn't be difficult for you to find the grave, provided that the numbering system has not changed (something that seldom happens as then all the documents become obsolete). First you should locate "island n. 4" (block) and then the niche number 187 in the second level.

Usually there is a frontal tombstone with the family name. However, if the niche hasn't been used by his descendants, or if they haven't payed the periodic fees, the grave may have been vacated and resold. I suspect this is not the case.

The same information (from the samesource) is also mentioned in:
www.ajedrez365.com/2017/07/estanislau-puig-ambros-2.html" target=_blank>https://www.ajedrez365.com/2017/07/estanislau-puig-ambros-2.html
The author of this article (a member of the Spanish Society of Chess Problemists) will look for some more details.
 
 
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