|Anne Philbrick (#47168361)|
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|Years ago, before my children had even started school, I inherited a wonderful genealogy written in French by a nun, Marie Céline Ruel. She was my great-grandmother's first cousin. They were very close, more like sisters, because their mothers were sisters and their fathers were brothers. Céline had traced the Ruel and Goulet families back to the time of arrival of the original ancestors in Canada in the early 1600's. This tome is a fabulous resource that has allowed me to use my French, which had admittedly been neglected since my high school days. While French was my father's first language, he rarely used it at home. |
In 2008, eight years after I received the 1942 "Généalogie de la Famille Goulet-Ruel", I decided it was time to try my hand at genealogy. Years ago, a business partner of mine had mentioned his strong interest in the hobby. However, it wasn't until I started my family tree that I realized how addictive genealogy could be. I loved to play detective! A year and a half later, I became a contributor to Find A Grave. Initially, I concentrated on members of my family tree. However, over time that has evolved such that I also photograph headstones and create memorials for people who are not related to me. Along the way, I have discovered fascinating people in my family tree, including diplomats, knights, artists, actors, writers, and politicians. My tree includes the artist Marc Chagall, author H Rider Haggard, and the premier of Spain Juan Negrin, as well as other intriguing characters.
I am available to assist anyone who has questions about translation of French genealogy records. I am particularly interested in the Ruel families of Québec, New Hampshire, and Maine, as well as the Faherty families of New Jersey who immigrated from County Galway, and can help people researching those families. With regard to transfer of memorials, please see the guidelines posted by Find A Grave, although I am willing to consider transfer of memorials that fall out of those guidelines. Please use the "Edit" button to suggest corrections, additions, or links, or to request transfers. You will receive the courtesy of a reply and a thank you, and I will be happy to include all pertinent, accurate information in my memorials. Please note, however, that I generally avoid transcribing newspaper obituaries from after January 1923, due to copyright issues.
Genealogists help to preserve family history. One of the primary reasons that I started my family tree was to be able to share family history with my children and extended family. With Find A Grave and other genealogy sites, we can share our history with a much larger family. And we make lovely friends and discover living family along the way.
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|RS Witwer||RE: Elsie McClister Faherty|
I re-sent her obituary to you. Did you get it? Rhonda
You are changing her maiden name and adding a father with a different name than her mother had. I need some kind of explanation.
Added by Judyvv on Aug 24, 2016 8:21 PM
|Barb OD||St Bernard of Dorchester County Quebec|
I noticed you had added some memorials on the St Bernard Cemetery in Dorchester County Quebec.
Did you also start the identification page for the cemetery? I found the latitude/longitude information of 46.494170,-71.143220 which if you started the cemetery page can be added by the owner of that page...and that will create a map to help others find it.
I will be entering all the deaths from 1844 to 1940 from the Drouin records, and then someone I know just visited the cemetery and took photos of all of the existing memorials which I will add for her.
We are trying to document all the cemeteries in that region on Find a Grave.
Added by Barb OD on Jun 28, 2016 10:27 PM
|Karen||Source for Grave|
Source for Book Auclair Funeral Home Fall River, MA 1944-1992
The book is from the AFGS Library Committer. The book is available from them, along with many others I have.
The person who documented the graves was: Mary Letourneau
Added by Karen on Feb 06, 2016 9:43 AM
|Karen||RE: Eva Ruel Allard|
Hi Anne, I have fixed the name. All my Info is coming from Auclair Funeral Home. I will take a look to see what I can find for you. Are you interested in anyone in particular?
Added by Karen on Feb 05, 2016 4:48 PM
|Rick Garon||Jean-Baptiste Garon|
Hi Anne, have you come across the grave of Jean-Baptiste Garon, died 1781 and buried in St-Louis-de-Kamouraska. Thanks
|Anita||RE: Saint Aubert Cemetery|
Thanks for the heads up on the cemetery - I've moved my memorials as well...
Added by Anita on Feb 01, 2016 11:37 AM
|Robert Comeau||RE: Saint Aubert Cemetery|
I just moved the 13 pages that I had to Notre-Dame-de-Bonsecours - thanks
|Jacqueline Auclair||Flavien Ruel|
I realize now that she is not there since this listing is to links of burials. Ignore my last message.
|Jacqueline Auclair||Flavien Ruel|
Hi Anne. In your listing of children for Flavien and wife Josette Lemelin, I do not see Marguerite Ruel mentioned. She is my husband's great grandmother and was according to various record, their daughter. She was born Aug. 13, 1851, St. Gervais, Quebec (Drouin collection). She married Joseph Job Gautron dit Larochelle on Sept 14, 1868
St. Claire, Dorchester, Quebec (Drouin collection).
She died Jun 7, 1947 in St. Claire
Marguerite Ruel and Joseph Larochelle had 13 children and their eighth child, Francois was my husband's grandfather who lived to 101.
Jackie Auclair (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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