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Paula Mae Deprey (#47404918)
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I was born and raised in Fort Kent, Aroostook Co., Maine, lived in Milford, Hillsborough Co.,New Hampshire for 26 years and am now living in Fort Fairfield, Aroostook Co., Maine. I started doing research and genealogy in 1996 after both of my parents passed away. I love to collect documents, old family photos, obituaries and tombstone pictures. I'm very happy to have the opportunity to contribute what I can to Find a Grave.
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 • 177 Memorials Added
 • 174 Memorials Managed
 • 1 Memorial/week
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RE: Duplicate Entries for Marie Anna Turgeon Marquis
Your entry for Marie Anna Turgeon Marquis
#84280781 is a duplicate of an earlier record and should be removed.

Created by: Crystal
Record added: Jan 31, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 84280781
Added by Jim on Nov 04, 2014 7:28 PM
Duplicate Entries for Marie Anna Turgeon Marquis
Your entry for Duplicate Entries for Marie Anna Turgeon Marquis (Find A Grave Memorial# 115865300) is a later entry than the Record added: Jan 31, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 84280781.
Added by Jim on Nov 04, 2014 7:36 AM
Duplicate Entries for Olympe Soucy Daigle
Your entry for Olympe Soucy Daigle (Find A Grave Memorial# 115865673) is a later entry than the Record added: Jan 31, 2012 Find A Grave Memorial# 84280768.
Added by Jim on Nov 04, 2014 7:31 AM
Armand O'Clair
Hi Paula- I'm new to "find a grave" but find it a wonderful tool for investigating family history. Noted that "Elizabeth Ann Michaud" is given in a Deprey entry. She was my grandmother Mary Billier's sister. Do you know where she is buried? Would love to see her recorded, as with her parents Catherine Farrel and Maxime Magloire Michaud. Armand O'Clair (originally from Ashland)
Added by Armand O'Clair on Aug 04, 2014 12:00 PM
Mary Ann
RE: Munt Calvary
I guess I should have put that in the last's 47659959. Thanks again.
Added by Mary Ann on Nov 15, 2013 7:00 PM
Mary Ann
RE: Munt Calvary
I'd be happy to have any of the Mount Calvary memorials you'd like to transfer--I promise to pass them on to any family members who request them.
Added by Mary Ann on Nov 13, 2013 6:04 PM
Michele Shames
Thank you
I'm not sure If I've already sent you out a thank you note or not for taking the photo and adding it to find a grave or not so I thought I'd write just to make sure.
Thank you again,
Added by Michele Shames on Sep 13, 2013 6:47 PM
RE: Francois Xavier Corbin
Would you like me to transfer Francois and Suzanne? Also, if you find any information on my memorials to be incorrect, just let me know and I'll correct them! Thank you so much for adding photos :)
Added by Crystal on Aug 23, 2013 5:52 AM
RE: Francois Xavier Corbin
Hi Paula,
I have been trying to find information for Boule(y
), Boutot(te), Dominique, Nadeau, Michaud, Sevigny, and Marquis in Aroostook County. I've been scouring resources for any burials in the area to add to find a grave in the hopes that good karma will be returned! So I have no ties to Francois Corbin that I know of. I would love an invitation to your sight to learn more about families in Aroostook County. It is very hard to find information from Massachusetts!
Added by Crystal on Aug 22, 2013 5:18 AM
L. Moore
RE: Colburn/Moor photo request
Oh that is awesome. No, no Coleburns. Our line, Moor(e) is though the first wife of Maj. Samuel Moor, Deborah Butterfield. I found it very interesting, however, that Deborah Butterfield Moor died Aug. 20, 1765 and Mary Colburn, who soon after married the widower, Maj. Samuel, had been widowed by her husband, Capt. Thomas Colburn, on Aug. 30, 1765, when he and her son were struck by lightening asleep in their bed. Guess Samuel and Mary thought it fate that they were both widowed so closely and decided to tie the knot. Then Mary Colburn-Moor died 53 years to the day (Aug. 30, 1818) from the date of the unfortunate deaths of her first hubby and son. All I have for a death date for Maj. Samuel Moor is the year 1784. But it would be too creepy if it turned out that he died near the end of August. Lol
I am really only wanting the photo of Mary Colburn to honor her memorial and possibly find a clue as to anything about the death of Maj. Samuel.
But thank you tremendously for being SO helpful !!
Added by L. Moore on Aug 15, 2013 5:40 PM
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