|Death: ||Dec. 15, 1891|
Actes d'état civil et registres d'église du Québec (Collection Drouin), 1621 à 1967 Quebec Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967
Name: Cesaire Baudin
Event Year: 1833
Event: Naissance (Birth)
Place of Worship or Institution: St. Constant
Province: Québec (Quebec)
Per Certificate of Baptism Cesaire Beaudin was baptised on March 3, 1833 at St. Constant, Laprairie, Quebec, Canada. His godparents were Noel Poupart and Felicite Verner. His birth date on his tomb stone reads March 4, 1831.
1851 Census of Canada
Name: Cesaire Beaudin
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1833
Birthplace: St. Constant
Born of Canadian Parents: Yes
Province: Canada East (Quebec)
District: Huntingdon County
District Number: 10
Sub District: St. Constant
Sub District Number: 138
Listed on the 1851 Census for St. Constant was Marguerite Normandin, born St. Constant, Catholic, age 54 years, female and Olive Beaudin, born St. Constant, Catholic, age 17 years, female.
Caesar Beaudin fought in the civil war (Union/Army) under General Ulysses S. Grant. Enlisted October 20, 1861 as a private in Company G of the 13th regiment of U.S. Inft. commanded by 1st Lieut William Griffin. Caesar was honorably discharged at Nashville, Tennessee October 12, 1864. He returned home sick and wounded. He was shot in the back, his hair had completely turned white and was unable to walk for 8 months, per Glen Beaudin, grandson to Caesar Beaudin, at his home in Cadott, Wisconsin, 2005.
Eleventh Census of the U.S. Special Schedule Surviving Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines and Widows, Etc. File Number M 233 roll 27.
Caesar Beaudin applied for an invalid pension May 27, 1886. Application #574.724. Certificate #366.964. He was paid $18.00 per month for serving in the Civil War. Louise applied for a widow's pension in 1892. Applicaton #538.438. Certificate #354.038.
On April 25, 1868 Caesar (34) married Louise St. Martin (21). They were married by Fr. Benedict Smeddinck at Notre Dame Catholic Church, Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Witness to the marriage were Abraham and Adeline Hebert (Book 1 Page 111). The couple had 8 children. Their first born, Charles Edward was born August 9, 1870 in Chippewa Falls, Chippewa, Wisconsin. He was baptised at Notre Dame Catholic Church by Father Goldsmith on September 11,1870 (Book 2, Page 14/15, 1870). His sponsors were Bruno Vinette and Rosalie Blanchard Vinette. The 1900 census states that Louise was the mother of 8 children of which 7 are living. By 1900, Charles Edward Beaudin, first born of Cesaire and Louise Beaudin had died.
1880 United States Federal Census
Name: Caesar Bodia
Home in 1880: Sigel, Chippewa, Wisconsin
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1833
Birth Place: Canada
Relation to Head of Household: Self
Father's Birth Place: Canada
Mother's Birth Place: Canada
Marital Status: Married
Cannot Read/Write: Cannot read/Cannot write
Caesar Bodia, 47
Luisa Bodia, 32
Charles Bodia, 10
Luger Bodia, 7
Peter Bodia, 5
Mary L. E. Bodia, 3
Aernns Bodia, 1 (Agnes)
Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Anson and Sigel, Chippewa, Wisconsin; Roll: 1419; Family History Film: 1255419; Page: 348D; Enumeration District: 187.
Cesaire Beaudin (Boudin) and Louise Beaudin (Boudin) deeded property (1/4 acre) on August 18, 1884 to the School Board of the Town of Sigel, Chippewa County, Wisconsin, for the sum of $10.00. The "Little Red School House" was to be built on the donated land, County D and Pike Lake Road. Derrick Toutant, Charles Poupart, Cesaire Beaudin and Adolph Bernier built the first school house. Albert Mercier and Alex Blanchard built the addition including the belfry. Delvina Mercier and Marion Cox were former teachers of Pike Lake School. The Mercier and Beaudin children attended the "Little Red School House." In those days the school year was eight months long. The Beaudin family resided in towns or villages of Chippewa Falls, Colburn, Boyd, Edson and Sigel, Wisconsin. The "old" Beaudin home was moved by the Mercier family onto their property, it still exists today as part of a barn.
1890 Wisconsin Veterans Schedule
Name: Ceaser Bouden
County: Chippewa County
Township: E.D. 69 Colburn
Database: 1890 Veterans Schedule
December 15, 1891
Per Application for Accrued Pension: Cesaire Beaudin (Caesar Bouden) died on December 15, 1891. He is buried at St. Rose Of Lima Catholic Cemetery, Cadott, Chippewa, Wisconsin. His tombstone reads "Gone Home." Louise is buried at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery, Boyd, Chippewa, Wisconsin.
Louise St. Martin Beaudin (1845 - 1908)
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)*
Saint Rose Cemetery
Created by: C.T.
Record added: Aug 01, 2009
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