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Annie Cordelia <I>Peche</I> Siguaw

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Annie Cordelia Peche Siguaw

Birth
Russell, Prescott and Russell United Counties, Ontario, Canada
Death
28 Mar 1944 (aged 67)
Fargo, Cass County, North Dakota, USA
Burial
Olga, Cavalier County, North Dakota, USA Add to Map
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Daughter of Joseph Peche & Philomone Giroux in Embrun, Russell County, Ontario, Canada.
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David & Annie had 7 children together:

John Eli (Sigouin) Siguaw (Crommett, Mary Evangeline)
Annie Agnes Sigouin (deceased at a young age)
Ida Esther (Sigouin) Siguaw (Hell, Peter)
William Thomas Siguaw (Hell, Mary Frances)
Edward Ambrose Siguaw (#2 Stokke, Roberta I.)
Nora Lena Siguaw (Carpenter, Wayne W.)
Lucille Siguaw (Wert, Edward)
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The following are transcribes copied word for word from Obituaries.
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Larimore Woman Dies In Fargo

Larimore, N.D. - Mrs. A.C. Siguaw, 64 years old, died late Friday in a Fargo Hospital where she had been a patient since February 12. Mrs. Siguaw for many years was housekeeper for Rev. M. J. Driscoll of Larimore.

The body will be taken to Olga, N.D., for services and burial. Mrs. Siguaw was born in Canada December 13, 1876 and come to the United States when a young woman. Her husband, who farmed near Milton, died 29 years ago.

Surviving are two sons and three daughters, Mrs. Nora Carpenter and Edward Siguaw of Spokane, Wash., William Siguaw of Milton, Mrs. Peter Hill of Langdon and Mrs. Edward Wert of Lakota.

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Mrs. A. C. Siguaw Dies At Fargo

Mrs. A. C. Siguaw, 64 years old, passed away late last Friday in St. John's Hospital in Fargo, where she had been a patient since February 12th. Mrs. Siguaw underwent a major operation some time ago and was convalescing nicely when her condition changed suddenly and she underwent another operation two days before her death, but she failed to rally and passed peacefully away.

Mrs. Siguaw was born in Canada, December 13, 1876, and came to the United States when a young woman. Her husband, who farmed near Milton, died 20 years ago. She had been a housekeeper for Rev. M. J. O'Driscoll of this city for many years.

The remains were taken to Olga, N.D. where services and burial took place. The soleemn funeral services were held from Sacred Heart church Tuesday at 10:00 o'clock, (April 01, 1941) with Father Lafreniere, Pastor Celebrant of the Mass, Father Prodler of Lakota, Deacon and Father Ward of Langdon, Subdeacon and Father M. J. O'Driscoll of this city, Master of Ceremonies, the ..... , ........, and the Sisters Choir of Olga ...., the Liturgal, Maas,; ......

Despite the worst roads ever known many people came from long distances to attend the funeral services.

Nearly one hundred Spiritual Bouquets were offered by the people, Catholic and Non-Catholic, of the Larimore District.

The following priests also attended: Father Reddin of Larimore, Father Mulvaney of Michigan, Father Field of Cavalier and Father Micheal McNamee of St. Thomas, N.D.

The deceased is survived by two sons and three daughters, Mrs. Nora Carpenter and Edward Siguaw of Spokane, Wash., William Siguaw of Milton, Mrs. Peter Hill of Langdon, and Mrs. Edward Wert of Lakota.
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Daughter of Joseph Peche & Philomone Giroux in Embrun, Russell County, Ontario, Canada.
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David & Annie had 7 children together:

John Eli (Sigouin) Siguaw (Crommett, Mary Evangeline)
Annie Agnes Sigouin (deceased at a young age)
Ida Esther (Sigouin) Siguaw (Hell, Peter)
William Thomas Siguaw (Hell, Mary Frances)
Edward Ambrose Siguaw (#2 Stokke, Roberta I.)
Nora Lena Siguaw (Carpenter, Wayne W.)
Lucille Siguaw (Wert, Edward)
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The following are transcribes copied word for word from Obituaries.
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Larimore Woman Dies In Fargo

Larimore, N.D. - Mrs. A.C. Siguaw, 64 years old, died late Friday in a Fargo Hospital where she had been a patient since February 12. Mrs. Siguaw for many years was housekeeper for Rev. M. J. Driscoll of Larimore.

The body will be taken to Olga, N.D., for services and burial. Mrs. Siguaw was born in Canada December 13, 1876 and come to the United States when a young woman. Her husband, who farmed near Milton, died 29 years ago.

Surviving are two sons and three daughters, Mrs. Nora Carpenter and Edward Siguaw of Spokane, Wash., William Siguaw of Milton, Mrs. Peter Hill of Langdon and Mrs. Edward Wert of Lakota.

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Mrs. A. C. Siguaw Dies At Fargo

Mrs. A. C. Siguaw, 64 years old, passed away late last Friday in St. John's Hospital in Fargo, where she had been a patient since February 12th. Mrs. Siguaw underwent a major operation some time ago and was convalescing nicely when her condition changed suddenly and she underwent another operation two days before her death, but she failed to rally and passed peacefully away.

Mrs. Siguaw was born in Canada, December 13, 1876, and came to the United States when a young woman. Her husband, who farmed near Milton, died 20 years ago. She had been a housekeeper for Rev. M. J. O'Driscoll of this city for many years.

The remains were taken to Olga, N.D. where services and burial took place. The soleemn funeral services were held from Sacred Heart church Tuesday at 10:00 o'clock, (April 01, 1941) with Father Lafreniere, Pastor Celebrant of the Mass, Father Prodler of Lakota, Deacon and Father Ward of Langdon, Subdeacon and Father M. J. O'Driscoll of this city, Master of Ceremonies, the ..... , ........, and the Sisters Choir of Olga ...., the Liturgal, Maas,; ......

Despite the worst roads ever known many people came from long distances to attend the funeral services.

Nearly one hundred Spiritual Bouquets were offered by the people, Catholic and Non-Catholic, of the Larimore District.

The following priests also attended: Father Reddin of Larimore, Father Mulvaney of Michigan, Father Field of Cavalier and Father Micheal McNamee of St. Thomas, N.D.

The deceased is survived by two sons and three daughters, Mrs. Nora Carpenter and Edward Siguaw of Spokane, Wash., William Siguaw of Milton, Mrs. Peter Hill of Langdon, and Mrs. Edward Wert of Lakota.
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  • Created by: grave_ghost
  • Added: Sep 13, 2011
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  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/76453866/annie_cordelia-siguaw: accessed ), memorial page for Annie Cordelia Peche Siguaw (13 Dec 1876–28 Mar 1944), Find a Grave Memorial ID 76453866, citing Our Lady of the Sacred Heart Cemetery, Olga, Cavalier County, North Dakota, USA; Maintained by grave_ghost (contributor 47599886).