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George Dagenais
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Birth: 1918
Claremont
Sullivan County
New Hampshire, USA
Death: 1986
Claremont
Sullivan County
New Hampshire, USA

George Dagenais died in 1986 in Claremont, NH. He was born on in 1918 in Claremont, NH; the son of Adelard Sr. and Marie Agnes (Boulrice) Dagenais.

He married Rachel Beaudoin on June 29, 1940 in Claremont, NH.

He was preceded in death by an infant brother, brothers Victor Dagenais, Alfred Dashner, and Albert Dagenais; sister Rosalie Rosa Dagenais.

He is survived by his wife, son George, and siblings Adelard Dagenais Jr., Leona Theresa Dagenais, John F. Dagenais, Leonard Dagenais Dashner, and Laurencia M. Dagenais.

Burial will be in Union Cemetery.
 
 
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 Parents:
  Adelard Dagenais (1888 - 1955)
  Agnes Marie Boulrice Dagenais (1888 - 1977)
 
 Children:
  George Joel Dagenais (1944 - 1998)*
 
 Siblings:
  Victor Dagenais (1910 - 1910)*
  Adelard Dagenais (1914 - 2001)*
  Leona Theresa Dagenais Allen (1914 - 2001)*
  Rosalie Rosa Dagenais Moote (1915 - 1979)*
  George Dagenais (1918 - 1986)
  Alfred Dashner (1919 - 1985)*
  Arthur Joseph Dagenais (1921 - 1982)*
  John Francis Dagenais (1923 - 1995)*
  Leonard Dashner (1925 - 1995)*
  Infant Dagenais (1926 - 1926)*
  Albert Dagenais (1927 - 1927)*
  Laurencia M Dagenais McNamara (1928 - 1994)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Union Cemetery
Claremont
Sullivan County
New Hampshire, USA
Plot: Section Dsh, Lot 75
 
Created by: Janice Prichard
Record added: Apr 16, 2013
Find A Grave Memorial# 108613360
George Dagenais
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