|Jaimie Stoddard||RE: Hopper Cemetery|
I was able to take those photos while on vacation one year. I actually live many states away. You might keep searching to see what information you can find online. If that doesn't help, you could consider a local area researcher.
In the past, I have found the Henderson County Genealogy and Family History Society to be VERY helpful. They provided me with records that broke through a brick wall on one of my lines. The rates they charged were exceptionally reasonable.
Hope that helps,
|leslie||RE: Edits (Duquette)|
Thanks. I know you know your stuff. I'm afraid I'm a little overly protective of the cemetery.
Added by leslie on Apr 08, 2015 4:16 PM
Can you tell me what info you have on Eva and Priscilla Duquette? Death record on Family Search has Eva's mother as Helen. Family Search and cemetery records show Duquette for last name of Priscilla and not Desomery. Thanks
Added by leslie on Apr 08, 2015 3:03 PM
Thanks for the info on Anna & her sister Augusta. I've made a note on both profiles. Do you happen to know who their parents are? I'd love to attach them to their parents if possible.
Added by sep780 on Apr 02, 2015 2:09 AM
|Donald Reindl||Olympe (Ellen) Tessier Londo (# 93745890)|
Thank you for the information; I've made the update.
|leslie||RE: Raphael LaCerte|
Small world. My family later moved to NE Mpls. Thank you for uploading a much better photo of the marker for Catherine Rodd. When a friend and I did a survey of all the markers and headstones several years ago it appears that John Rodd also had one. Don't know if it's gone now or maybe it is on the back of hers. I will re-check. In case you are interested all of the burials for St Anthony have been entered and all but 3 markers/monuments have been identified and photographed. If you come across any other info or corrections let me know and I will be happy to add.
Added by leslie on Feb 08, 2015 8:08 AM
|leslie||RE: Raphael LaCerte|
My 2 names are LaCount/Le Count and Charpentier. First is Antoine and Louise LaCount. He was a fur trader and was killed on the Pembina Trail. He trained Pierre Bottineau as a guide. Pierre continued down to Mpls with Louise and family. Louise then married Edmund Brissette. Her son Antoine Jr was the first settler in Plymouth. My ancestor, Amable, lived in Corcoran area and a bunch of them went up the Thief River Falls area with Pierre Bottineau. My grandfather and his family moved backed down here. Amable married Mary Augustine Charpentier. Let me know if we over lap. I do have The History of Hennepin County if you want me to look anything up
Added by leslie on Feb 07, 2015 2:17 PM
Are you saying he was the one married to Louise Goulet? Are you related to this family? Their places of living are almost identical to the time and places of my family
Added by leslie on Feb 07, 2015 2:02 PM
|leslie||RE: Barney and Samuel Mitchell|
Wonderful. Thanks for the update. I figured there had to be more than one marriage, but 4?
Added by leslie on Feb 06, 2015 3:46 PM
|leslie||Barney and Samuel Mitchell|
I received 2 edits to connect them to Catherine Rodd as mother. Could you tell me where the info is from? Thank You
Added by leslie on Feb 06, 2015 3:26 PM
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