|Nancy (Zeise) Cloutier (#47605741)|
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Please do not add pictures of my husband, Donald R. Cloutier, headstone, please. Thank you.|
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|Mickey||RE: Headstone Photos|
You are very welcome.
Added by Mickey on May 15, 2016 8:26 PM
|Jan Patoile||RE: Plante family in Faribault|
Thanks so much....
|Jan Patoile||Plante family in Faribault|
I'm researching the Plante family of Faribault. I am looking for Mary Jane (Plante) Graves. She was born in 1871 and died 7-18-1947. She married Edgar Graves (he died in St. Paul) in 1945. If anyone reading this has information? Please post a note...thanks....
|Anonymous||RE: Headstone Photo|
replaced photo ...should be able to read ALL the names
|Johnny Wesch||Elizabeth Audamy|
Hi Nancy, thanx for the heads up on Solomon, appreciate it. I made the other connection til I have time to research it.
|Cindy Walcott||RE: Information on Daniel Drown|
The Sheffield VT Town record give his DOB as 7/9/1798 and confirm his father as Stephen Drown. Now that I am reviewing the census entries for him, which give his POB as VT, I believe he was born in Sheffield. The Sheffield records list whole families, and some of them were not born in Sheffield, but later settled there. I am going to change his POB to Sheffield in my database.
Bottom line, there is no association of this family with Rochester, VT.
"Dea. Stephen Drown, son of Samuel, was born in Rochester, N.H., September 17, 1770. He married Sarah, daughter of James Gray, in 1791, and they moved to this town in 1795, and settled upon the farm now owned by Salma Davis, where they resided until his death, April 6, 1841. Mr. Drown represented the town in the legislature several years, was twenty-two years town clerk, and taught the first school in town. He experienced religion in 1800, was the first convert, and ever after one of the main pillars of the church. To him the people were indebted as to a pastor for visiting the sick, attending funerals, holding meetings, baptizing converts, and performing all other pastoral duties. He lived an exemplary life, sustaining his christian profession unblemished until death closed his labors." (Source: Gazetteer of Caledonia and Essex Counties, VT.; 1764-1887, Compiled and Published by Hamilton Child; May 1887, Page 300-305)
I appreciate that you are questioning me!
|Marc Cloutier||Contact from the family|
I am Marc Cloutier. My father's André is the son of Évarist and Évarist is the brother of Napoléon Cloutier.
Napoléon is one of the children of Moïse Cloutier and Célina Coté : Napoléon, Octavie, Marie-Anne, Edmond, Donat, Évarist and Ladislas. I have pictures of brothers and sisters and also of Moïse. My father remember visiting is uncle Nap.
I have informations and pictures up and down of the tree.
Are you interested?
|Charlie Tucker||RE: Adding Photo of Merill Ferrington|
I planned to but seem to have lost the scan I made. When I get time, I will dig out the original and scan it again.
I have kept the email notifications so I can find my way back to the "right guy" :)
No problem....added the grave picture to yours..and deleted mine...if, you'd like any family memorials transferred to you...just let me know...
Added by BJ on Nov 21, 2014 8:48 AM
|Owlisnapp||RE: Switch Spouses Please|
Your edit made things more confusing, so I had to delete Clarence on my end as he was put in twice. At least both husbands are on there if you can tell me what years they married her I can put a note in her bio. Have a great day
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