|Birth: ||Feb., 1845|
|Death: ||Dec. 29, 1908|
Louise and Caesar Beaudin were married by Rev. Benedict Smeddinck, at Notre Dame Catholic Church, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, on April 25, 1868. Abraham and Adeline Hebert were their witnesses. It is stated on Louise St. Martin Beaudin's (Boudia) Record of Interment at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Boyd, Wisconsin, that she was born near Pike Lake, next to the Indian Reservation. I was told by Glen and Lorraine Beaudin, that Louise was an Ojibwe Indian and that she made moccasins and caps out of leather. Louise and her family lived in a hut by an Indian settlement near Pike Lake Road. Lorraine told a story of how Louise walked five miles to carry her daughter, Matilda, home from visiting her aunt, Margaret McKay. Matilda was sick with pneumonia and later died that night, at 13 years of age. Louise is buried, next to her daughter, Matilda, at St. Joseph's Catholic Cemetery, Boyd, Chippewa, Wisconsin.
Etienne (Stephen) St. Martin (1809 - ____)
Louise (Kabidokwe) Robidoux (1824 - ____)
Cesaire Beaudin (1833 - 1891)*
Ludger Caesar Beaudin (1873 - 1955)*
Peter Boudie (1875 - 1967)*
Mary Louise Beaudin Sugars (1877 - 1956)*
Agnes Beaudin Mercier (1879 - 1967)*
Joseph Beaudin (1882 - 1927)*
William S. Beaudin (1885 - 1968)*
Matilda Beaudin (1889 - 1902)*
Peter Edward St. Martin (1841 - 1894)*
Louise St. Martin Beaudin (1845 - 1908)
Baptiste St. Martin (1847 - 1905)*
Margaret St. Martin McKay (1849 - 1922)*
Joseph Adolph Dugal (1855 - 1895)**
Saint Joseph Cemetery
Created by: C.T.
Record added: Aug 01, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40142117
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