|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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|grave plotter||RE: Noel Morache|
Hi, Thanks for writing me back -
I reviewed Noel Morache cemetery plot and He is indeed buried in Notre Dame dame des neiges cemetery - in Plot N- 00522D and He was buried on November 10, 1887 according to the cemetery records . I also checked the parish record on ancestry - and it appears that this the same Noel Morache married to sophie forget dit Depatie ( died July 3, 1867) in the same plot .
Also there is a Rose Anne Villemur ( died 1884 ) also In this Notre Dame de Neiges cemetery which is affiliated with the Notre Dame church to this present day .
the cemetery that you have him placed in is an OLD cemetery plot that they used by the Notre Dame church between the years (1799- 1854) and now does not exist It was situated just outside the front of the Old Bascilica church under the cobblestones of old Montreal at present time So there are No Tombstones to be found anymore ..
I did remove the photos as requested -- because his name is not actuallyy on the tombstone - but I believe that this is the Morache family tomb ...
i am not related in any way to the Morache family -- so you might want to review again this information to make an informed decision and if at anytime you wish me to put back any photos just let me know i would be Happy to do so.
Thank you - and Happy travels on the trees of Life
|Terri Rickert||RE: Edward Ruel|
I hope I replied to you with a thank you, as this is the first time I have been on Find A Grave for ages.
Please forgive for not replying & thank you for your time & explanation if I haven't already message you.
|Ina ||John H Newman # 176487953|
I've checked my data on Family Search and it would appear that the death date for John was entered by a Sandra Co, however, she never cited her source, I'll send her a note and see if she has more data.
Added by Ina on May 26, 2017 2:52 PM
|Scott McManimen||Ferdnand Eichler|
He is already entered in Tinley Park??
|Ina ||RE: John H Newman|
Would you mind supplying me with the find a grave memorial number so I can cross reference your request?
Added by Ina on May 23, 2017 9:42 AM
|GeneaProtector||Paul Van Eekern|
I deleted the duplicate. Thanks for the heads up.
Hi: Alphonse is moved over to the correct cemetery now. at Saint Jeanne d'Arc Cemetery.
Thank you for the update. dandrew
Added by dandrew on May 02, 2017 1:05 PM
|Charlene Ebeling||RE: Anne and Robert Ebeling|
Robert Ebeling was my husband's uncle. He is the son of Robert's brother, Philip.
|Sue Lilley||Rebecca Pensoneau|
Changed family name spelling as you suggested and added a note to her bio regarding it.
|Kathy Richart||Elizabeth Clark Kerr (or Carre)|
Anne - do you have any information on Etienne Pinsonneau's third wife Elizabeth Clark (widow of John Kerr aka Jeane Carre, or their daughter Rebecca born in 1817. Rebecca married Wm Harrison Magill in Texas in 1838. They are my 3x and 4x great-grandmothers.
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