Marie Irene <I>LaRouche</I> Hall


Marie Irene LaRouche Hall

Bayfield County, Wisconsin, USA
Death 30 Apr 1994 (aged 89)
Dakota County, Minnesota, USA
Burial Mendota Heights, Dakota County, Minnesota, USA
Memorial ID 82041452 View Source

Written for the Drummond Centenial 1882-1982


Felix and Agnes La Rouch were married in White Bear Lake, Minn. Felix was born in Little Canada, Minn., and Agnes was born in White Bear Lake, Minn. They had ten children, four boys and six girls. There was Leonard, the oldest, then George, Cecelia, Esther, Marie Eveline, Lawrence (Buster), Rosella, Lavern and Pearl. They moved from White Bear Lake to Hayward, Wis. and then to Drummond. They lived in Drummond for about twenty-five years. Felix was a section foreman for the Rust Owen Lumber Co. Leonard and George both worked as firemen for the "Rust Owen Train" that ran out to the camps. Lavern was born in Drummond. Esther and Marie both worked at the Drummond hotel. All but Esther and Marie are no longer living. Pearl is buried in the Drummond cemetery. We picked a lot of blueberries, and in the winter, we did a lot of sliding and sleigh riding. Marie is married to Lyle Hall, and they live in St.Paul, Minn. The Hall's had a farm around Drummond. Esther was married to Colin Campbell. Mr.Campbell died in 1960. Esther lives in Blaine, Minn. Here is some information about the Hall family:
Charlie Hall, and family moved from Minneapolis to a farm near Drummond. There were five children born to them, four boys and one girl. Their names were Lyle, Ralph, Rex, Max and Alice. Max went to the Drummond school. All of the boys worked at the Drummond mill. They lived in Drummond about twelve years and then moved back to Minneapolis, Minn.

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