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Marie Laforet was considered by error to be Armenian, I add the sources found in the French media on google - interviews etc. Her father with the family name Doumenach was originating from Pyrenees Orientales, it seems a French "occitan" family. The mother , Marie Louise Saint Guily, was also French, from Soulac-sur-mer, Gironde. The name Maitena is of Basque origin and it means
"loved". The family name Doumenach is a Provensal or Catalan name.Cpt.schoener (talk) 00:44, 21 June 2010 (UTC) some sources:
Soulac-en-Médoc - Photos de Richard Zebulun, ed. Cairn, 2009.