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"Mrs. J. Albert Pichette  The many floral and spiritual tributes and the large attendance at the funeral of Mrs. Mary Pichette, wife of J. Albert Pichette, Edmundston, were evidence of the high esteem in which she was held.  The funeral was held this morning at 8.45 o'clock, from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Duncan 280 Main Street, to St. Peter's Church, where, at 9 o'clock, solemn high mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. Numa Pichette, Chatham, brother-in-law of Mrs. Pichette, with H. F. Gillen, rector of the Cathedral and cousin of Mrs. Pichette, as deacon, and Rev. Gerald Koster, C.SS.R., as sub-deacon.  Among the large number who attended the mass were many Sisters of Charity, and many messages of Regret at the passing of Mrs. Pichette were received from Eastern Canada.  Following the mass, final absolution was pronounced by Father Pichette.  Rev. Frederick Galbraith acted as minister of ceremonies.  Interment was made in St. Joseph's Cemetery with prayers at the grave by Father Pichette, assisted by Father Gillen and Rev. H.G Ramage.  The pallbearers were Harding, Thomas and Louis Gillen, McKeough Choon, Thomas Duncan and Sholly Dougherty." 
Duncan, Mary Ann (I20)
 
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Elle est défaite le 28 septembre 1989 aux éléctions provinciales dans le compté de Chambly.  Elle porte les couleurs du Parti vert du Québec et récolte environ 8% du vote.
Elle est défaite le 12 février 1990 aux éléctions fédérales complémentaires dans le compté de Chambly.  Elle porte les couleurs du Parti vert et récolte environ 5% du vote.  Lors de cette élection, elle pert contre Phil Edmonston qui deviendra le premier élu du Nouveau Parti démocratique au Québec. 
Décary, Jocelyne (I14234)
 
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I27)
 
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Nécrologie:
Décary, Jocelyne (1949 - 2015)
Le 28 janvier 2015, à la Maison de soins palliatifs Victor-Gadbois, est décédée paisiblement, entourée de l'amour de ses ami(e)s, à l'âge de 65 ans, Mme Jocelyne Décary. Ses amies recevront les condoléances le dimanche 8 février 2015 de 11h à 11h30 à la: Coopérative funéraire du Grand Montréal, Résidence funéraire Curé-Poirier, 635 boulevard Curé-Poirier ouest, Longueuil, Québec  J4J 2H8, Tel: 450 677-5203

Une liturgie de la Parole suivra à 11h30 en la chapelle de la résidence funéraire.  En guise de sympathie, des dons à la Maison Victor-Gadbois seraient appréciés. 
Décary, Jocelyne (I14234)
 
5 !BIRTH-CHRISTENING-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1149; own copy.

!CENSUS: 1686, Baye des Mines, Acadia, age 2 years. [ Spelling?]

!CENSUS: 1693, age 10 years.

!NAME-BIRTH: Arsenault, H&G, p. 1262, spelled Madeleine.

NAME: Also spelled Magdelaine, Magdaleine.

!BIRTH-CHRISTENING: Baptized by Father MOIREAU, who performed this service for 6 children on 25 JUN 1684 at Riviere des Mines, Acadia. Name spelled Magdaleine. Parents recorded as Pierre MELANSON, Sieur de la Verdure and Demoiselle Marguerite Miny [sic]. Recorded in DeVille, ACR, 1 [Is this called "Le Petit Registre" by Clarence d'Entremont?] Sponsors: Etienne GEBEL [sic, should be HEBERT] and Magdaleine MINY [sic, MIUS], her aunt.

!BIRTH-CHRISTENING-PARENTS: E-mail posting at #164 on 3 Oct 1998 by Fredrica GIVAN (givan@brunnet.net).
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Melanson, Madeleine (I2989)
 
6 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-CENSUS-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; pp. 143 & 909; own copy. Radegonde LAMBERT, born around 1621, married about 1642 to Jean BLANCHARD; six children. She died after the 1686 census.

!BIRTH-FATHER-MARRIAGE: E-mail posting to newsgroup #153 on 6 Apr 1999 by Cara MIDDLEBROOK or Robert BIALKOWSKI (jackmid@altech.ab.ca). Radegonde was born in 1628 or 1629 at Cap-de-Sable, daughter of Jean LAMBERT (born in France about 1595) and a native woman. Jean probably came to Acadia on the "Jonas" out of Dieppe, Normandy, leaving 25 Feb 1610, arrived in Port Royal at the end of May. He remained in North America the rest of his life, so was the earliest permanent settler.

!BIRTH: Arsenault, Histoire et Genealogie, p. 431 (Port Royal, husband's listing). Not listed on own. [But Philippe LAMBERT, born 1682, in Arsenault p. 1008 (Beaubassin), might be a relative.]

!CENSUS: 1671, Port Royal, Acadia, age 42 years [sic].

!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, age 65 years.
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Lambert, Radégonde Joy (I3214)
 
7 !BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; pp. 623-624 (Port Royal); own copy. Rene' LANDRY, born in 1634, "came from France with his wife" (footnote reference: Father Archange Godbout in his manuscript DICTIONNAIRE DES ACADIENS, preserved at the Quebec Archives, p. 423. Gaudet adds that the mother of Rene' was Marie SALE'. But, on the 1671 census, a Marie SALE' is mentioned as being "widow of the deceased Jean-Claude." Moreover, Placide Godbout indicates that the mother of his wife, Marie BERNARD, is Andre'e GUION. His father could not have been Andre' BERNARD, one of Latour's men, spared by D'Aulnay on the taking of Fort Jemseg, on St. Jean river in 1745, who had married Andre'e GUION?
   Another footnote on p. 623 adds that Rene' LANDRY was the second of the LANDRY name to leave descendants in Acadia. His name does not appear in the 1671 census, where only the other Rene' LANDRY is listed, called "aine'" (elder) which supposes the presence at this time in Acadia of another Rene'. The younger Rene' was enscribed for the first time on the census of 1678.

!PARENTS: Parentage disputed in ACADIAN GENEALOGY EXCHANGE, vol. 11, no. 1 (Apr 1993). Another article by Stephen White in AGE, vol. 23, no. 3 (July 1994) also discusses the lack of close relationship between the two Renes.

!CENSUS: 1678, Clarence J. d'Entremont, "Recensement de Port-Royal," in MEMOIRES DE LA SOCIETE GENEALOGIQUE CANADIENNE-FRANCAISE; vol. 22, no. 4; p. 233; sent by PERSI in Jun 1999. On Folio 20: Rene LANDRY & Marie BERNARD, with four boys and 6 girls. They have 12 arpents of land, with 20 head of cattle.

!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, "Recensement fait par Monsieur De Meulles;" 1686; France, Minister of the Colonies, Archives; p. ; microfilm from LDS Family History Library. Rene' LANDRY 52, living with Marie BERNARD 42; twelve children ages 23 to 2. They had guns, 10 arpens workable land, 16 cattle and 20 sheep.

!DEATH: Descendancy Chart sent by Donald J. LANDRY in Jun 1995. Bona Arcensult [sic] states that Rene' died in c. 1692. Shirley LaRochelle claims that Rene' died in 1683 at age 53 in Port Royal. [Check for parish records.]
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Ancestors source : Father, Jean Claude LANDRY; Mother Marie SALLE 
Landry, René Le Jeune (I8891)
 
8 !BIRTH-OCCUPATION-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-CENSUS: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 143; own copy. #1: Jean BLANCHARD, born around 1611 [no parents given], a "laboureur," married around 1642 to Radegonde LAMBERT; six children.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; p. 431 (Port Royal); own copy. Jean BLANCHARD, born 1611, son of Guillaume & Huguette POIRIER, married around 1642 to Radegonde LAMBERT; six children.

!BIRTH-FATHER-SON: "Progenitors--Those Most Misunderstood," ACADIAN GENEALOGY EXCHANGE; ; Vol. XXIII, no. 4 (Oct 1994); p. 118; own collection; Ed Barrieau submitted these, verified by the Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes. "Jean BLANCHARD married to Radegonde LAMBERT was the first BLANCHARD, and Guillaume was his son, not his father. Bona Arsenault confused several items and 'created' a father."

!CENSUS: 1671, Port Royal, Acadia, age 60, Laborer, name spelled Jehan. Living with wife Radegonde LAMBERT 42 [really 50?], they have 6 children, 3 married. They have 5 arpens under cultivation, 12 cattle and 9 sheep.

!CENSUS: 1678, Clarence J. d'Entremont, "Recensement de Port-Royal," in MEMOIRES DE LA SOCIETE GENEALOGIQUE CANADIENNE-FRANCAISE; vol. 22, no. 4; p. 231; sent by PERSI in Jun 1999. On Folio 19: Jean BLANCHARD & Radegonde LAMBERT, living listed above household of Guilleaume BLANCHARD & Huguette GOUGEON. [They have no land and animals of own.]

!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, age 75, living alone with wife, age 65 [57?]. No land or animals listed, but living next door to Guillaume BLANCHARD, 35 [their son].
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Blanchard, Jean (I1693)
 
9 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE-BURIAL: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1149; own copy.

!CENSUS: 1686, Les Mines, Acadia, age 18 years.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 23 years [married].

!CENSUS: Placide Gaudet, REPORT CONCERNING CANADIAN ARCHIVES FOR THE YEAR 1905; 1600-1800; vol. II, part A, original a Sessional Paper no. 18 of the Archives, reprinted Heritage Books, 1994; p. 83; own copy; census by the Sieur de la Roque at Isle St. Jean in 1752. Cecille MELANCON, native of l'Acadie, age 86 years, mother of Benjamin LANDRY, living in his household at Riviere du Nord.
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Melanson, Cecile (I10003)
 
10 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; pp. 1145 & 1146; own copy. #2:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Arsenault, H&G, p. 687 (Port Royal). Brother of Pierre, arrived in Acadia around 1657, married around 1663.

!NAME-IMMIGRATION-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: "Progenitors--Those Most Misunderstood," ACADIAN GENEALOGY EXCHANGE; ; vol. XXIII, no. 4 (Oct 1994); P. 118; own copy; these facts have been verified by the Centre d'Etudes acadiennes as accurate. "Pierre MELANSON, a French Protestant who emigrated from France to England. He met and married Priscilla ------.They emigrated to Boston. Two of their three sons, Pierre and Charles, moved to Acadia. Priscilla later married a sea captain."

!IMMIGRATION: "emigrated to Acadia with his brother, who later became a pioneer in the settlement of Grand-Pre'."  "Upon their arrival in Acadia, the Melanson brothers converted to Catholicism." (AGE, v. 22, No. 4).

!IMMIGRATION-MARRIAGE-RESIDENCES: ACADIAN GENEALOGY EXCHANGE; ; vol. 25, no. 4 (Oct 1996); p. 112; own copy. Article and picture on "The Melanson Settlement: circa 1664-1735," from THE GRIFFIN, publication of the Heritage Society of Nova Scotia. Charles MELANSON came to Acadia from England in 1657 as a boy of 14, with his parents and two brothers, Pierre and John. The father Pierre LAVENDURE [sic] was a Huguenot who had moved to England from France before 1632; his wife Priscilla was English. In 1667 when Acadia was returned to France by the Treaty of Breda, Charles' parents and brother John moved to Boston, MA, while Charles, who had married three years before, and brother Pierre remained in Acadia. A British document dated 1734 stated that the land now known as Melanson Settlement was granted originally to Charles MELANSON and "honest" Marie DUGAS. Note: A bibliography of documents, maps, photos of research were published in Environment Canada's RESEARCH BULLETIN No. 250 (Sep 1986).

!MARRIAGE: D'Entremont "New Findings", FCAGR (Winter 1969), p. 240.

!CENSUS-NAME: 1671, Port Royal, Acadia, name spelled Charle MELANSON, listed beside Pierre MELANSON, age 28 years, Laborer, living with wife Marie DUGAST age 23, and their four daughters. There are also 40 cattle, 6 sheep and 20 workable "arpans" of land (quite a lot).

!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, age 44 years, name spelled MELANSON, living with wife and 7 children. They have 1 gun, 6 arpens land, 20 cattle, 12 sheep and 6 pigs. Did the 3 older girls marry?

!CENSUS: 1693, Port Royal, Acadia, age 46 years [sic], name MELANCON. Living with wife Marie Du Gats [check] and 8 children. They have 20 cattle, 25 sheep, 12 pigs, on 35 arpens of land, with 4 guns.

!CENSUS: On the 1698 census of Port Royal Charles MELANCON, age 57 years,  has 76 fruit trees.

!CENSUS: 1700, age 53 years (sic).
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*Charles and his brother Pierre converted to the Catholic faith when they
settled and married in Port Royal (Annapolis Royal), Richmond County,
Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.  Charles took his mother's name.
Pierre was
one of the founders of Port Royal (Annapolis Royal), Richmond County, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.

*It is said that Charles was a spy for the British in Boston.  He wrote
letters
to Gov. Bradford of Mass. describing the number of ships in the harbor
etc.
*Charles and his brother Pierre converted to the Catholic faith when they
settled and married in Port Royal (Annapolis Royal), Richmond County, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.  Charles took his mother's name.
Pierre was
one of the founders of Port Royal (Annapolis Royal), Richmond County, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada.

*It is said that Charles was a spy for the British in Boston.  He wrote
letters
to Gov. Bradford of Mass. describing the number of ships in the harbor
etc.

Sources:
Other : BBS: 05 Mar 94  17:21:00  Joe CrochetCharles Melancon married Marie Dugas and settled at Port Royal. He was fairly well educated. Marie Dugas was the daughter of Abraham Dugas and Marguerite Louise Doucet. In 1695, he wrote to the governorof Massachusetts giving him information on French activities inAcadia. He also went regularly to Boston where his daughter Marielived and married a French Huguenot...David Basset. Three of Charles'letters are in the Archives of Massachetts. Well, despite the familyconnections and collaboration with the British authorities, thegovernment deported the families of his grandsons and theirdescendants. Just the same as the other families. [Wayne.ged]

Charles was fairly well educated and in 1695 he wrote to the Governorof Mass. giving him information on French activities in Acadie. He also went regularly to Boston, possibly to visit his daughter, Marie,who lived with her grandmother and his mother Priscilla Mellanson, Marie married David Basset. Three of Charles Mellanson's letters to Gov. Stoughton are in the  Massachusetts archives.  Despite his collaborations with the Boston colonists,his grandchildren & their descendants were still deported to several British colonies & prisons of England. 
Melanson, Charles (I2000)
 
11 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; pp. 1149 & 1156; own copy. #8:

!CENSUS: 1686, Les Mines, Acadia, age 5 years.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 12 years.

!MARRIAGE: Winston De Ville, THE LOPPINOT PAPERS; 1687-1710; Ville Platte, LA, 1991; p. 11; Salt Lake FHL US/CAN 971.5 N38l; Genealogical abstracts of the earliest notarial records of Acadia. On 11 Jan [?] 1701, a marriage contract was signed between Jean MELANSSON, habitant of Mines, son of Pierre & Marguerite MIUS, also of Mines, and Marguerite DUGAS, daughter of Claude of Port Royal (Germain BOURGEOIS is her maternal uncle). Signed by Jean MELANSON; X mark of [Marguerite?] DUGAS; Pr. MELLANSON; X mark of Claude DUGAS; BROUILLON [BROUITTON? or possibly my note of BOURGEOIS?] PONTIF; L. GUEMER [?].

!MARRIAGE: D'Entremont "New Findings", FCAGR (Winter 1969), p. 240.

!MARRIAGE: Donald J. Hebert, ACADIANS IN EXILE; 1755-1785; Cecilia, LA, Hebert Publications, 1980; p. 323; own copy. Jean MELANCON, habitant of Mines, son of Pierre & Marguerite MIUS, inhabitants of Mines, marriage contract dated 11 Jan 1701, with Marguerite DUGAS, daughter of Claude. (Reference: Port Royal: Notarial Acts: G3 2040).

!MARRIAGE: Janet Jehn, CORRECTIONS & ADDITIONS TO ARSENAULT'S HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1550-1850; Covington, KY, author, 1988; p. 7 (reference to p. 526); own copy. Marriage of Marguerite DUGAS & Jean MELANSON was 11 Jan 1701 at Port Royal (reference: Hebert, ACADIANS IN EXILE, p. 124). [Not necessarily performed at Port Royal, just the contract notarized and signed there.]
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Melanson, Jean (I2602)
 
12 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; pp. 143 & 146; own copy. #3:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; p. 431 (Port Royal); own copy. Buillaume BLANCHARD, born 1650, son of Jean & Radegonde LAMBERT, married around 1672 to Huguette GOUGEON, daughter of Antoine & Jeanne CHABRAT; twelve children.

!CENSUS: 1671 Port Royal, Acadia, age 21, living with parents.

!CENSUS: 1678, Clarence J. d'Entremont, "Recensement de Port-Royal," in MEMOIRES DE LA SOCIETE GENEALOGIQUE CANADIENNE-FRANCAISE; vol. 22, no. 4; p. 231; sent by PERSI in Jun 1999. On Folio 19: Guilleaume BLANCHARD & Huguette GOUGEON, living with two boys and one girl. They have 6 arpents of land, with 17 head of cattle and 1 gun.

!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, age 35, with wife and 5 children. Living next door to aged parents. They have 4 guns, 5 arpens worked land, 16 cattle and 20 sheep.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILD-DEATH: Janet Jehn, ACADIAN DESCENDANTS; 1670-1950; vol. X, Covington, KY, Author, 1995; p. 32; own copy; a third book of ancestor charts of members of Acadian Genealogy Exchange.
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Blanchard, Guillaume (I6694)
 
13 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; pp. 867 & 1149; own copy.

!CENSUS: 1686, Les Mines, Acadia, age one day.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 8 years.

!BIRTH: Arsenault, H&G, p. 1262 (Grand Pre').

!NAME-MARRIAGE: D'Entremont "New Findings", FCAGR (Winter 1969), p. 240, Marie-Anne.
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Melanson, Marie Anne (I10121)
 
14 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE-DEATH-BURIAL: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1148; own copy. #5:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-BURIAL: Arsenault, H&G, p. 1263 (Grand Pre').

!NAME: Given as Charles MELANCON on Ahnentafel list of Luci ORTNER, in LANDRY LETTERS, vol. 2, no. 1 (rec'd in Oct 1995). Married to Marie DUGAS, father of Magdeleine MELANCON, who married Jean Baptiste LANDRY.

!CENSUS: 1686, Les Mines, Acadia, age 20 years.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 26 years.

!MARRIAGE: D'Entremont "New Findings", FCAGR (Winter 1969), p. 240, circa 1695.

Jerome Lepre, "The Acadians of Belle-Isle-en-Mer," in NEW ORLEANS GENESIS; 1650-1767; vol. , no. (); p. ; Santa Cruz Genealogical Society Library, journals.   [Check]
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Melanson, Philippe (I9996)
 
15 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 143; own copy. She died (Belle-Ile-en-Mer Declaration) between the census of 1678 and 1684.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; p. 431 (Port Royal); own copy. Madeleine BLANCHARD, born 1643, daughter of Jean & Radegonde LAMBERT, married Michel RICHARD. In husband's entry on p. 753, married about 1656. [She would have been only 13 or so? First child born in 1657.]

!NAME-MARRIAGE: Jerome Lepre, "The Acadians of Belle-Isle-en-Mer"; 1635-1767; NEW ORLEANS GENESIS, Vol. 34, no. 135 (Jul 1995); p. 332; Santa Cruz County Genealogical Society Library. Wife of Michel dit Sans Soucy, who came from France and married at Port Royal to Anne [sic] BLANCHARD and both died there.

!CENSUS: 1671, Port Royal, Acadia, age 28 [so born around 1643], one of the married children mentioned in parents' entry on [p. 4]. Name spelled Magdeleine. Also in own entry on [p. 12] with husband Michel RICHARD, age also 28 and name spelled Magdeleine, with 7 children, ages 14 to twin daughters 5 weeks old.

!CENSUS: 1678, Clarence J. d'Entremont, "Recensement de Port-Royal," in MEMOIRES DE LA SOCIETE GENEALOGIQUE CANADIENNE-FRANCAISE; vol. 22, no. 4; p. 235; sent by PERSI in Jun 1999. On verso of Folio 20: there are two entries for Michel RICHARD, 1st with Madelaine BLANCHARD (no children listed), 2nd alone as Michel RICHARD, with four boys age 22 to 10, and five girls ages given 8 to 1 [daughter Catherine would have been around 15, unmarried--check original--was she omitted]. [Was Madeleine alive for the 1678/1679 census, or died during it, hence the second entry?] [Check her age.]

!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia [p. 8]. Age 56, married to Jeanne BABIN, 18. There are 6 children listed, ages 19 to 2, and 5 who are married [his, obviously]. The youngest, 2-year-old Michel, is their child. The household owns 2 guns, 12 arpens worked land, 16 cattle, 30 sheep, and 8 pigs.

!DEATH: Before second wife Jeanne BABIN remarried ABT 1689.

!CHILDREN: "Note: Some genealogist including Bona Arsenault [But not listed in Arsenault, H&G, p. 753 with father's family, either.] place a son Michel, second in birth order, born in 1660 and marries Jeanne BABIN" in Acad. Des., vol. 4, p. 344. Not on the 1671 census with rest of family, when age would have been about 10. Probably due to the reluctance to accept Jeanne BABIN's marriage to this Michel, who was 53 when they married, 38 years older than she.

!DEATH: LDS Ancestral File. Between 1679/1683, Port Royal,

!DEATH-CENSUS-MARRIAGE: Not on 1686 census. Husband remarried around 1683; first child of that marriage born 1684.
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Blanchard, Madeleine (I6690)
 
16 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1149; own copy.

!CENSUS: 1686, Baye des Mines, Acadia, age 13.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 18 years.

!CENSUS: 1698,Port Royal, age 25 years.
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Melanson, Marie (I2986)
 
17 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1149; own copy. #11:

!CENSUS: 1693, Les Mines, Acadia, age 2 years.

NAME: BEWARE: There is another Paul MELANCON, born 1739, married to another Marie TERRIOT, born 1735. They were sent to Maryland during the dispersal, and settled in Louisiana.

!EDUCATION: Paul could sign his name, as on his daughters' baptismal records in 1717 & 1722.

!BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-RESIDENCES: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; p. 1264 (Grand Pre'); own copy. Paul MELANSON, born 1691, son of Pierre & Marie-Marguerite MIUS d'ENTREMONT, married at Saint-Charles-des-Mines [Grand Pre', Acadia] on 8 Nov 1712 to Marie TERRIOT, daughter of Germain & Anne RICHARD; eight children. He lived at St. Charles-des-Mines.

!MARRIAGE: Diocese of Baton Rouge, CATHOLIC CHURCH RECORDS; 1707-1769; vol. 1, Baton Rouge, LA, Diocese, 1978; p. 129; California State Library Sutro, F377 B3C3 v.1; Acadian records from Grand Pre', carried into exile to St. Gabriel Church of Iberville, LA. Paul MOLANCON [sic], son of Pierre & Marguerite MIUS married on 8 Nov 1712 to Marie [THERIOT], daughter of Germain & Anne RICHARD. Recorded in (SGA-1, 47).

!MARRIAGE: D'Entremont "New Findings", FCAGR (Winter 1969), p. 240. Married at St. Charles des Mines [Grand Pre', Acadia].

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-RESIDENCES-IMMIGRATION: Clarence-Joseph d'Entremont, HISTOIRE DU CAP-SABLE DE L'AN MIL AU TRAITE' DE PARIS; 1000-1763; 5 vols., Eunice, LA, Hebert Publications, 1981; vol. 3, p. 915; Salt Lake LDS Family History Library, US/CAN 971.6 H2e. Continuously paged. Paul MELANSON, born at the beginning of 1686 when he was found on the census at age 1 day [sic, this was his sister]. He married on 8 Nov 1712 to Marie TERRIOT, daughter of Germain & Anne RICHARD. The last mention made of them is in exile in 1763 in Snow Hill, Maryland, a town on the Delmarva peninsula some 20 miles southeast of Salisbury. There were found Paul and Marie, his wife, with four children, evidently those who were not yet married. [Wrong couple!]

!BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE: John K. Harrell, "Pierre Melancon: The Elusive Acadian," in NEW ORLEANS GENESIS; vol. XXXV, no. 138 (Apr 1996; p. 114; Santa Cruz Genealogical Society Library. Paul MELANCON, born circa 1691, son of Pierre Jr. & Marie MIUS d'ENTREMONT, married on 8 Nov 1712 to Marie TERRIOT, daughter of Germain & Anne RICHARD.
@DWNLNOTE@ 
Melanson, Paul (I2991)
 
18 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1149; own copy. #6: Pierre (dit Pedro) MELANSON, son of Pierre dit LAVERDURE & Marguerite MIUS d'ENTREMONT, born around 1670. He married (Belle-Ile-en-Mer Declaration around 1695 to Marie BLANCHARD, daughter of Martin & Francoise LeBLANC. He was on the 1752 (LaRoque) census, age 80 years, at home of Jacques NAQUIN.

!CENSUS: 1686, Les Mines, Acadia, age 16 years.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 22 years.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-RESIDENCES: Arsenault, Histoire et Genealogie, p. 1263 (Grand Pre'). Pierre MELANSON, born 1670, son of Pierre & Marie-Marguerite MIUS d'ENTREMONT, married around 1693 to Marie BLANCHARD; six children [neither Cecile nor Elisabeth is listed]. He lived at Saint Charles des Mines. He was at L'Anse-a-Pinet, Isle Saint Jean in 1752, at the home of Jacques NAQUIN, widower of Jeanne MELANSON, Pierre's daughter.

!MARRIAGE: D'Entremont "New Findings", FCAGR (Winter 1969), p. 240, married circa 1695.

MARRIAGE: Where did I find Mar 1693? Based on birth of first child?

!CENSUS: Placide Gaudet, REPORT CONCERNING CANADIAN ARCHIVES FOR THE YEAR 1905; 1600-1800; vol. II, part A, original a Sessional Paper no. 18 of the Archives, reprinted Heritage Books, 1994; p. 124; own copy; census by the Sieur de la Roque at Isle St. Jean in 1752. Pierre MELANCON, native of l'Acadie, age 80 years, living with his son-in-law[Jacques NAQUIN]  and six grandchildren [daughter Jeanne is dead].
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Melanson, Pierre III (I2669)
 
19 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGES-CHILDREN-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; pp. 301 & 1149; own copy.

!CENSUS: 1686, Les Mines, Acadia, age 7 years.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 14 years.

!BIRTH-NAME-MARRIAGES: Arsenault, Histoire et Genealogie, p. 1273 (Grand Pre'). Name spelled Isabelle MELANSON. In husband's entry on p. 1132 (Grand Pr�), spelled Elizabeth, with accent on first E.
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Melanson, Elisabeth (I10136)
 
20 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGES-CHILDREN-OCCUPATION: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; pp. 143 & 144; own copy. #2:

!BIRTH-MARRIAGES-CHILDREN-RESIDENCES: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; p. 431 (Port Royal) & p. 1471 (Cobequid); own copy. Martin, born 1647, married 1st around 1671 to Francoise LeBlanc; three children listed. He married 2nd around 1686 to Marguerite GUILBAULT, daughter of Pierre & Catherine TERRIOT; five children [Francoise and the 2nd Marguerite are not shown.] Martin came from Port Royal, settled at Cobequid.

!CENSUS-NAME: 1671, Port Royal, Acadia, age 24, mentioned in parents' entry on [p. 4] as married. Own entry is on [p. 8], also age 24, living with wife Francoise LE BLANC, age 18, no children. They have 5 head of cattle, 2 sheep, on 15 arpans.

!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, age 38, living with 2nd? wife and 3 children from former marriage. They have 1 gun, 3 arpens land, 9 cattle, 12 sheep and 7 pigs.

!MARRIAGE: Second marriage "ca. 1688" (Acad. Des. 2).
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Blanchard, Martin (I6673)
 
21 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGES-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 143; own copy.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGES-IMMIGRATION: Arsenault, Histoire et Genealogie, p. 431 (Port Royal).

MARRIAGES: Was she only 14 at the time of her 1st marriage? Her sister Madeleine was also married very young.

!CENSUS: 1671, Port Royal, Acadia, age 26, on [p. 4] mentioned in parents' entry as married. In own entry, living next door, the widow of deceased Francois GUDOIN [GUE'RIN written over, later. She is age 26 with her 5 children, the oldest 12. She has 6 cattle and 3 sheep, on 6 arpens of worked land. [Who works it?]

!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, age 41 years.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 48 years.

!CENSUS: 1698, Beaubassin, Acadia, age 53 years.

!CENSUS: 1700, age 55 years.

!CENSUS: 1714.

!DEATH: Milton P. and Norma Gaudet Rieder, THE ACADIANS IN FRANCE; 1755-1795; vol. II, Metairie, LA, Authors, 1972; p. 34; Salt Lake City Family History Library, EUROPE 944 W2r v.2; contains the Belle Isle en Mer Registers, and the La Rochette Papers. Declaration of Claude PITRE.
@DWNLNOTE@ 
Blanchard, Anne (I3262)
 
22 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-OCCUPATION-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; pp. 1145 & 1148; own copy. #3: Pierre MELANSON dit LAVERDURE, born around 1632, son of Pierre & Priscilla ----. He was a tailor and captain of the militia of Mines. He married around 1665 to Marguerite MIUS d'ENTREMONT, daughter of Philippe & Madeleine HE'LIE; eleven children. He died (Belle-Ile-en-Mer Declaration) at St-Charles-des-Mines after the census of 1714.

!BIRTH-IMMIGRATION-RESIDENCES: Arsenault, H&G, p. 686 (Port Royal). Born in 1632, of Scotch origin [see later notes], he arrived in Acadia around 1657, settled at Grand Pre', of which he was the co-founder, with Pierre TERRIOT [THERIOT]. Footnote says his brother was Charles, who arrived with him in the expedition of Major Sedgwick of 1654, probably on the vessel of Sir Thomas Temple, around 1657. They abjured Protestantism after their marriage at Port Royal. A memory of Lamothe-Cadillac, dated 1692, mentions two Scots living in Acadia, "dont la mere vivait a Boston." He signed his name "P. MELLANSON." Entry in Arsenault, H&G, p. 1262 (Grand Pre'). "Sieur de LA VERDURE ... "tailleur de pierre," come from Scotland to Acadia by Boston, doubtless around 1657. He lived at Saint-Charles-des-Mines [Grand Pre'], of which he was one of the principle founders.

!RESIDENCES: Bona Arsenault, HISTORY OF THE ACADIANS; 1600-1800; Ottawa, Lemeac, 1978; p. 53.  Around 1670, Pierre MELANSON, a Scot [sic], sold his property in Port-Royal and moved with his family to "la Grande Prairie" (Grand-Pre') to begin a colony. By the 1686 census he had 31 head of cattle, 12 guns. He was named major-in-charge of the militia a few years later.

!FAMILY-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Clarence-Joseph d'Entremont, HISTOIRE DU CAP-SABLE DE L'AN MIL AU TRAITE' DE PARIS; 1000-1763; 5 vols., Eunice, LA, Hebert Publications, 1981; vol. 3, p. 947-948; Salt Lake LDS Family History Library, US/CAN 971.6 H2e. Continuously paged. Cites documents to support theories on the origin of this family. Some are quoted.

!NAME-IMMIGRATION-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: "Progenitors--Those Most Misunderstood," ACADIAN GENEALOGY EXCHANGE; ; vol. XXIII, no. 4 (Oct 1994); P. 118; own copy; these facts have been verified by the Centre d'Etudes acadiennes as accurate. "Pierre MELANSON, a French Protestant who emigrated from France to England. He met and married Priscilla ------. They emigrated to Boston. Two of their three sons, Pierre and Charles, moved to Acadia. Priscilla later married a sea captain."

!NAME: "Pierre MELANSON, Sieur de la Verdure" on daughter Magdaleine's baptismal record at Riviere des Mines on 25 Jun 1684.

!NAME: "the Acadian surnames Melancon ... survive from Scottish-French intermarriages during [Sir William] Alexander's brief possession of the colony." He was a Scotsman. (Rushton, The Cajuns, p. 308.)

!FAMILY: May not be of Scottish descent, according to French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review, Vol. II, No. 4 (Winter 1969). Evidence is given to support that he was "An English gentleman who came with Sir Thomas Temple" to Acadia.

!MARRIAGE: D'Entremont "New Findings", FCAGR (Winter 1969), p. 240. He was from Grand Pre', according to Arsenault, H&G, p. 1594 (Cape de Sable, wife's entry).

CENSUS: 1671, Port Royal, Acadia, name spelled MELANSON, occupation listed as "Tailleur." But he refused to give the census-taker his age or the number of his animals or size of land. [What was the objection?] His wife also refused, saying "Si jettois si fous de courir Les ques pour des choses de ---." (Was I so foolish as to roam the streets for such things?) They should have had 3 young children by now.

!CENSUS: 1678, Clarence J. d'Entremont, "Recensement de Port-Royal," in MEMOIRES DE LA SOCIETE GENEALOGIQUE CANADIENNE-FRANCAISE; vol. 22, no. 4; pp. 226-237; sent by PERSI in Jun 1999. [Where was family? There is an Anne Marguerite with the family of Philippe MYUS [sic], and one girl age one year. Could this be his wife and daughter?]

!CENSUS: 1686, Baye des Mines [Grand Pre'], Acadia, age 54 years, "dit la Verdure." Living with wife and 9 children, one a day old. They have 12 guns, 50 arpens worked land, 31 cattle, 8 sheep and 27 pigs. He is wealthy, by local standards.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 60 years.

!RESIDENCES: Pierre led a settling party in 1682 to the Minas Basin, site of the village-to-be of Grand Pre'? Accompanying his were Pierre THERIOT, a LE BLANC and a LANDRY. By 1701 this area has 487 residents, surpassing Fort Royal colony with 456 (a total of 1450 in colony). (See Rushton, The Cajuns.)

!RESIDENCES-OCCUPATION: John K. Harrell, "Pierre Melancon: The Elusive Acadian," in NEW ORLEANS GENESIS; vol. XXXV, no. 138 (Apr 1996); p. 117; Santa Cruz Genealogical Society Library. Certification by [Acadian Governor Jacques-Francois] DeBROUILLAN dated at Port Royal, Acadia on 1 Mar 1704, attests to the loyalty and service to France and Catholicism of "Sieur MELANCON, chief of the nation of Indians of all Acadia, as well as of French of that county." As a reward for services he has title of Colonel General of the Militia.
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Melanson, Sieur Pierre (I2663)
 
23 !BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 143; own copy.

!BIRTH: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; p. 431 (Port Royal, father's entry); own copy. Bernard, born 1653.

!CENSUS: 1671, Port Royal, Acadia, age 18.

CENSUS: Does not appear with this family on the 1686 census.
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Blanchard, Bernard (I6630)
 
24 !BIRTH-PARENTS-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1149; own copy.
@DWNLNOTE@ 
Melanson (I10133)
 
25 !NAME-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Arsenault, H&G, p. 1262 (Grand Pre', husband's entry). Name Marie-Marguerite Mius d'Entremont," daughter of the seigneur, of Pobomcoup. On own entry, p. 1594 (Cap de Sable), name Marguerite MIUS D'ENTREMONT.

!NAME-CHRISTENING: Name on daughter Magdaleine's baptismal record at Riviere des Mines in 1684 was Demoiselle [noble?] Marguerite MINY [sic].

!CENSUS: 1671, Pobomcoup, Acadia. Her husband Pierre MELANSON, tailor, refused to give his age or the number of his animals or arpents. She made the insulting remark to the census-taker, that he recorded: "et sa femme me respondre si jettois si fou de courir les rues pour des choses de me---."

!CENSUS: 1678, Clarence J. d'Entremont, "Recensement de Port-Royal," in MEMOIRES DE LA SOCIETE GENEALOGIQUE CANADIENNE-FRANCAISE; vol. 22, no. 4; pp. 228; sent by PERSI in Jun 1999. [Could she be the Anne Marguerite who is listed in household of Philippe MYUS? After her name is one girl, age 1 year [her daughter?]

!CENSUS: 1686, Les Mines, Acadia, age 36 years, name given as Marie MIUS d ANTREMON.

!CENSUS: 1693, age 45 years.
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Mius D'entremont, Marie Marguerite Anne (I2668)
 
26 !PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; pp. 1145 & 1150; own copy. #4: Jean (or John) MELLESON dit LAVERDURE, son of Pierre MELANSON & Priscilla, married around 1680 to Sarah ----; five children.
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Melanson, Jean (I10132)
 
27 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I21)
 
28 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I21)
 
29 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I21)
 
30 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I21)
 
31 "New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-159371-87412-80?cc=1618491 : 24 January 2016), Onondaga > Affidavits, 1929-1930, no 6891-8459 > image 863 of 1373; citing county clerk offices from various counties, New York. Family F6299
 
32 "United States Border Crossings from Canada to United States, 1895-1956," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X2TC-66K : 27 November 2014), Lucien Latreille, Feb 1924; from "Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1954," database and images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2010); citing Ship , arrival port Fort Covington, New York,, line 7, NARA microfilm publication M1464, roll 496, NARA record group 85, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington D.C.

"Vermont, St. Albans Canadian Border Crossings, 1895-1954," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1951-37919-93289-77?cc=2185163 : 9 October 2015), (M1461) Soundex Index to Canadian Border Entries through the St. Albans, Vermont, District, 1895-1924 > Roll 242, L364 Adelle-L500 Into-N. > image 71 of 8155; citing NARA microfilm publications M1461, M1463, M1464, and M1465 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.). 
Latreille, Lucien (I9161)
 
33 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F6300
 
34 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F6304
 
35 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14753)
 
36 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2)
 
37 (Arsenault) Vigneau, Marguerite (I2479)
 
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A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Latreille, Joseph (I5141)
 
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A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Carrière, Marie-Louise (I5142)
 
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A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

(gauche-left)
JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Lalonde, Josephte (I8512)
 
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A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

(gauche-left)
JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Latreille, Israël (I8928)
 
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A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

(gauche-left)
JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

(back)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Quesnel, Olive (I8929)
 
43 (avant)
A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

(gauche-left)
JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Dupuis, Rose De Lima (I9185)
 
44 (avant)
A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

(gauche-left)
JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Latreille, Rosario (I9186)
 
45 (avant)
A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

(gauche-left)
JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Latreille, Etienne (I9164)
 
46 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9179)
 
47 (avant)
A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

(gauche-left)
JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

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A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Castagnier, Anatole (I9183)
 
48 (avant)
A LA MEMOIRE DE GODEFROID LATREILLE DECEDE LE 21 MAI 1869 A L'AGE DE 74 ANS
AUSSI SON EPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DECEDEE le 26 JANV 1890 À l'AGE DE 90 ANS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
SON EPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
LEUR FILS ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

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IN LOVING MEMORY OF GODEFROID LATREILLE DIED MAY 21 1869 AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS
ALSO HIS SPOUSE JOSEPHTE LALONDE DIED JAN 26 1890 AT THE AGE OF 90 YEARS
ETIENNE LATREILLE 1854 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE ROSE-DE-LIMA DUPUIS 1858 - 1941
THEIR SON ROSAIRE 1889 - 1944
R.I.P.
LATREILLE

(gauche-left)
JOSEPH LATREILLE 1858 - 1938
ROGER LATREILLE 1938 -

(arrière)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
SON EPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
EPOUX DE RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE EPOUSE DE A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

(back)
ISRAEL LATREILLE 1858 - 1941
HIS SPOUSE OLIVE QUESNEL 1862 - 1948
ANATOLE CASTAGNIER 1920 - 2008
SPOUSE OF RITA LATREILLE 1924 -
ELIANE SPOUSE OF A. LEBLANC 1899 - 1922

(droite)
A LA MEMOIRE DE MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE EPOUX DE JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDEE LE 9 NOV 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DECEDE le 22 FEV 1904 A L'AGE DE 83 ANS

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IN MEMORY OF MARIE-LOUISE CARRIERE SPOUSE OF JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED NOV 9 1898
JOSEPH LATREILLE DIED ON FEB 22 1904 AT THE AFE OF 83 YEARS 
Latreille, Godefroid (I9176)
 
49 (Medical):'Betty [& Fred presumably] lost a son Jeffrey who was about 3, again no date, but they were at a mine in northern Ontario and in the fall, ice had formed along the lake and he ventured out onto it and went through. Betty tried to go in after him but others intervened and by the time they got to him he had died of exposure.' - Janet Smythe writing to me, Shirley Hay, in Jan 2002 Gilbert, Jeffrey (I53)
 
50 (Medical):Accidental Drowning.  Swamp car went through ice. at Lake Dunmore (Salisbury Vermont)
Gaetan Louis Bourgon, 24, at New Haven drowned in Lake Dunmore Saturday during a bushwagon race over the snow- coveref) Ice. Bourgon's body was recovered Sunday about 200 feet off the East shore of the lake in 18 feet of water. 
Bourgon, Gaétan (I15195)
 

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