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Kitti Millier
RE: Abraham Dauphin
My Bad. I just began a tree for the daughter of a cousin and the learning curve is steep.

Thanks for being so civilized about my mistake.

Kitti Millier
Added by Kitti Millier on Jul 08, 2014 2:34 PM
Tom Nelson
James M. Lieuallen
Hi Judith! I just added a "photo" to this memorial mainly to "capture" it before it got lost. If you are related to this family, could you please tell me if this photo belongs on this memorial? If it doesn't, I will of course delete it. Thanks for your help here. Tom
Added by Tom Nelson on Jul 03, 2014 12:38 PM
Genhunter
RE: Frenchtown Cemetery
you know that never crossed my mind while there but you are very correct I think. Do watch for snakes. :>)
Added by Genhunter on Jun 07, 2011 5:45 PM
Genhunter
Frenchtown Cemetery
I just noticed from the photo of the cemetery what looks like a better entrance from the back side. So when you go, drive to the back or north end of the cemetery. I think there you will have better luck than I. The memorials you are looking for are near the center. I think I may have missed a stone that lays flat in the Hamel group so look in the tall grasses there when you go. Good luck!
Added by Genhunter on Jun 07, 2011 4:55 PM
Genhunter
RE: Hamel & Rainville
I have no idea. We were out there on vacation. The Boy Scouts had two little projects marked out there. So there must be an easier way in but I didn't see it. Neither did another person who was out there at the same time as me.
Added by Genhunter on Jun 06, 2011 8:15 PM
Genhunter
RE: Hamel & Rainville
If you go to Frenchtown Cem. be sure to bring someone with a strong arm to open the gate. I couldn't get the main bolt open so I climbed the gate to get in. Unless I missed seeing another entrance. Just a heads up.
Added by Genhunter on Jun 06, 2011 3:16 PM
Genhunter
RE: Frenchtown Cemetery
Ok, I think I did find Felix and Elizabeth. I posted what may be their memorial stones with the letters F. H. and E. H. These stones are directly across from the Edmond and Malvina Hamel memorial and they face each other. Next to E. H. is a stone that reads "Mother". Perhaps this "Mother" headstone is Julie. I will post this photo on her memorial page. I also took a wide view shot of the Hamel/Barrette/Rocheleau group. Joseph Rainville is buried about 10 or so paces north west of the Hamel group as I recall. There is a small stone in front that has the initials J. R. on them.
Added by Genhunter on Jun 05, 2011 1:06 PM
Genhunter
RE: Frenchtown Cemetery
I walked Frenchtown Cemetery twice about a week ago. Will have photos of all Hamel and Rainville headstones that I found there soon. Only one Rainville there, Joseph I think and about 7 or 8 Hamel but I don't think I found the specific individuals you wanted. I walked the cemetery two times to make sure I didn't miss something. I don't think I did. There are a lot of gaps here an there so some stones may be lost.
Added by Genhunter on Jun 04, 2011 3:16 PM
Genhunter
Frenchtown Cemetery
I hope to check this cemetery this week sometime. But if something comes up I won't be able to make it up there. Anyway, I have the Hamel family in my Ancestry. Is this Hamel French Canadian or other? I will also check the St Mary's Cem for them per notes that they were actually buried there.
Added by Genhunter on May 24, 2011 4:35 PM
Sherry Hess
Frenchtown Cemetery
Hi Judith,

I see you requested photo's for Felix and Elizabeth Hamel buried in the Frenchtown Cemetery, I actually have a book I purchased which is the Index to the Burial Records of Missoula County and it shows that they are actually buried in the St Mary Cemetery in Missoula.

Just thought the information would be helpful.

Sherry
Added by Sherry Hess on Mar 25, 2011 9:51 AM
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