Jeanne Marie <I>Loew</I> Chauchoin


Jeanne Marie Loew Chauchoin

Death 1970 (aged 92–93)
Burial Speightstown, Saint Peter, Barbados
Plot Private enclosure
Memorial ID 101850485 View Source
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Daughter of Charles Loew and Marie Augustine {LeGoupillot} Loew

Jeanne Marie {Loew} Chauchoin was the wife of Georges Claude Chauchoin, a pastry-cook in Paris, and the mother of Emilie 'Lily' Chauchoin, better known to the world as Claudette Colbert

After some financial reverses in France, the Chauchoin family emigrated to America in 1906. Georges Chaucoin found work as a bank official in New York City, where Claudette and her brother Charles grew up. Georges (1867-1925) was of French ancestry; having been born British and raised in the Channel Islands, Jeanne Marie was a fluent speaker of English, and their two children quickly adapted to living in the United States

Mme Chauchoin died in 1970 and was buried in a private enclosure of the cemetery situated close to Ms Colbert's 18th-century plantation home, "Bellerive", on the island of Barbados

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