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Dennis Lauzon (#48293145)
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Bio Photo I am an IT Software Programmer / Developer in Milford, Massachusetts. I began work there in Jan 1979 and completed 38 years in Jan 2017. I have a lengthy family tree I am working on at
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Susie (Wheeler) Connell
The exact date of Susie's birth is a mystery for sure. She wasn't listed with her parents and siblings on the 1870 census, making the 1867 birth year on her Death Certificate and the 1868 date on her gravestone questionable. The 1880 census gives her birth year as 1873. The 1900 census lists Oct. 1873, and the others give estimations as well--1875, 1873, 1872. Of course, the census records are often incorrect! Since her son, Clyde Lee Connell, was the informant for her Death Certificate one would think he either knew for sure her birth date or had written or verbal family records or simply didn't know. So, no, I'm sorry to say, I don't know her exact birth year. An estimation and an explanation is all I have.
Added by Ties That Bind on Nov 12, 2016 5:09 PM
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Bousquet Photography, Woonsocket RI
Hi Dennis, noticed you requested Gail/StorybehindtheStones to transfer a memorial over to you for a Bousquet family member. I recently came across some family photos from ~1908 or so that were taken at Bousquet's on Main Street in Woonsocket RI. Any connection?
Added by Family Ties on Mar 20, 2014 10:06 PM
RE: Memorial# 64124053
Dennis, please email me directly.
Added by StorybehindtheStones on Dec 07, 2013 5:16 AM

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