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Leatrice Hebert LeBlanc
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Leatrice Hebert LeBlanc
BIRTH 1927
Avery Island, Iberia Parish, Louisiana, USA
DEATH 13 Oct 2003 (aged 75?76)
New Iberia, Iberia Parish, Louisiana, USA
Holy Family Cemetery and Mausoleum
New Iberia, Iberia Parish, Louisiana, USA
MEMORIAL ID 148150580 · View Source

Services for Mrs. Wilson J. "Moonie" LeBlanc, 75, the former Leatrice Hebert, will begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church with the Rev. Michael Guidry officiating. Entombment will be in Holy Family Mausoleum.

Visitation will be from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m. today at David Funeral Home with a 7 p.m. rosary service. Visitation will continue Wednesday from 8 a.m. until the time of services.

A native of Avery Island and a resident of New Iberia, Mrs. Hebert died at 2:35 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13, 2003, at Iberia Medical Center.

Mrs. LeBlanc was employed as a cafeteria technician at Avery Island Elementary for 18 years. Prior to working at Avery Island Elementary, she was employed at the Avery Island Salt Mine. Mrs. LeBlanc enjoyed her children and grandchildren.

She is survived by two sons, Robbie LeBlanc and his wife, Mary, and Shane LeBlanc and his wife, Tracy, both of New Iberia; one daughter, Karin LeBlanc Duhon, of New Iberia; one sister, Verna Lee Henry and her husband, Percy, of New Iberia; three granddaughters, Stephanie LeBlanc Bergeron, of Maurice, and Mary Elizabeth LeBlanc Broussard and Brittni Duhon, both of New Iberia; three grandsons, Quincy, Rocky and Cody LeBlanc, all of New Iberia; two great-grandsons, Marcus Boudreaux, of Maurice, and Timothy Broussard, of New Iberia; two great-granddaughters, Harley Boudreaux and Madison Bergeron, both of Maurice, and a caretaker, Carolyn Kelly, of New Iberia.

Mrs. LeBlanc was preceded in death by her husband, Wilson J. "Moonie" LeBlanc, her father, Clomare "Karo" Hebert, her mother, Elinda Badeaux Hebert, and her brother, Verland Hebert.

Pallbearers will be Bryan and Keith Henry; Quincy and Rocky LeBlanc; Mary Elizabeth LeBlanc Broussard; Lloyd, Brandon and Braedon Broussard and Dana Hebert.

David Funeral Home, Trotter Street, is in charge of arrangements. 
Hebert, Leatrice (I9873)

Michael Kelly
BIRTH 1783
DEATH 22 Jan 1868 (aged 84?85)
Van Horne, Benton County, Iowa, USA
Calvary Cemetery
Van Horne, Benton County, Iowa, USA
MEMORIAL ID 63520592 · View Source

Husband of Bridget Ryan, who died in Ireland prior to 1853.
Michael was the eldest family member to immigrate to America in 1853. He came with his eldest son, Patrick B. Kelly, along with Patrick's wife, also a Mary Ryan and their first four children, Bridget,Michael,Thomas and James Henry. Family information has them traveling by boat from Ireland to New Orleans and then by wagon to Illinois, where some Ryan relatives were living, then moved onto Iowa by 1857. 
Kelly, Michael (I12346)

William Arthur Rideout
BIRTH 1904
DEATH 1993 (aged 88?89)
Anglican Cemetery
St. John's, Avalon Peninsula Census Division, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
MEMORIAL ID 194243161 · View Source

Husband of Lucy C. Rideout.
Father of Ella Marion (Rideout) Scott (b. May 22, 1924; d. August 15, 2012 at 88 years) of Saint John's, Ann (Rideout) French of Saint John's, David Rideout of Seal Cove, Caroline (Rideout) Mansfield of Scarborough, Ontario, and Charles Henry Rideout (b. 1927; d. January 13, 1996).
Father-in-law of Benjamin Scott (deceased), Ford French (deceased).
Grandfather of Ruby, Betty both of Mount Pearl, Margaret of Paradise, Bill of St John's, Newfoundland, Fred of Parksville, British Columbia, and Norman of Lisle.
Great-Grandfather of 13 and Great-Great-Grandfather of 12. 
Rideout, William Arthur (I6805)
About Robichaud, Prudent (Joseph) ROBICHAUX
He married in 1691, Henriette Petitpas, daughter of the clerk of the court of Port-Royal. Gifted with administrative skills and driven by the influence of his father-in-law, Prudent Robichaud held public office in various circumstances and became a distinguished defender of the French element in Acadia. He was one of the six deputies that the inhabitants of Rivière-du-sud delegated to M. de St-Ovide to protest that the Acadians wanted to remain French. He was also appointed trustee and president of the French council in Port-royal.
Family side: he had twelve children including five sons: Joseph, Prudent, Pierre, Louis and François. all were victims of the Deportation in 1755. Three of them took for wives the daughters of Germain Bourgeois and Marie-Madeleine Dugas:
President of French Consol in 1736 at Port Royal. In Census of 1714 (Port Royal) Prudent was married with 5 sons and 5 daughters.

His father is listed in 1671 census -The family was listed in the 1671 census at Port Royal (Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada). In 1678, an acre of their land was cultivated and they had 19 cattle. The location of their farm is uncertain, but in 1707, his son Alexandre's farm was on the north bank of the Dauphin (Annapolis) River east of Goat Island. [7]

Robichaux, Prudent (I2491)
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Loretta Mary Arsenault Vanderdonk
BIRTH 5 Jul 1929
Howlan, Prince County, Prince Edward Island, Canada
DEATH 3 Mar 2018 (aged 88)
Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Our Lady Of Calvary Cemetery
Yarmouth, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada
MEMORIAL ID 195522653 · View Source

OBITUARY: - Loretta Vanderdonk - Born In: Howlan - Born: July 5th, 1929 - Passed in: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada - Passed on: March 3rd, 2018

VANDERDONK, Loretta Mary - age 88, passed away peacefully in Halifax on Saturday March 3, 2018 surrounded by family. Loretta was born on July 5, 1929 in Howlan, Prince Edward Island.

She left PEI in the mid 1950's and moved to Ottawa to pursue her career in the Personnel Department of Zellers. She transferred to Dartmouth several years later where she met Arie, the love of her life, on a blind date in 1959. They were married in 1960 in Howlan, PEI. They were happily married for 55 years and raised 4 children in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

Loretta was an active participant in the Catholic Women's League, Lionettes, Girl Guides of Canada, Yarmouth Garden Club, Ladies Auxiliary of the Yarmouth Regional Hospital. She had many involvements with St. Ambrose Parish including choir member, Eucharistic Minister, greeter as well as caring for the flowers at St. Ambrose Church, the Jubilee Room and the Bishop's residence.

She was selected as the Town of Yarmouth's representative for Volunteer of the Year for 2002 because of her work with organizations such as the Cancer Society and the Yarmouth Hospital Hullabaloo, among many others. She was a homemaker by trade and also worked for Zellers, Sears and Avon. She retired at age 65. She enjoyed playing bridge with her very special friends, gardening, baking, camping, sewing, quilting (donated to the hospital), knitting, crocheting, needlepoint, but most of all, doting on Arie as well as her children, grandchildren and other neighborhood children wanting a cookie, doing it all with a hot cup of tea.

The family wishes to thank the staff of 6 Centre of Northwood Terrace for the wonderful care and compassion that they showed to Loretta and the entire family. We also thank those who have reached out to show their feelings for our mum. Our mother lived a full life and she lived it well and we take comfort in knowing that she is in Heaven with Dad and the rest of her family. She will be missed every day.

Visitation took place from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday, March 5th with prayers at 8:00pm, both at H.M. Huskilson?s Funeral Home, 29 Albert Street, Yarmouth. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, March 6 at Saint Ambrose Co-Cathedral, 43 Albert Street, Yarmouth, Father Henry Smolenaars officiated. Interment followed in Our Lady of Calvary Cemetery, Yarmouth. 
Arsenault, Loretta Mary (I8567)
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Elizabeth Wells Chase
BIRTH 6 Apr 1858
Esperance, Schoharie County, New York, USA
DEATH 19 Mar 1926 (aged 67)
Hartwick, Otsego County, New York, USA
Chase Cemetery
Hartwick, Otsego County, New York, USA
MEMORIAL ID 142433062 · View Source

"Mrs. Elizabeth Wells Chase, a well known and respected woman of Hartwick, for twelve years an invalid, died at the family home Saturday shortly after noon as the result of heart trouble. Funeral services were held from the home Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, private for relatives and close friends, with the Rev. M. L. Yates of Cooperstown officiating. Burial will be made in the family plot at Chase. Mrs. Chase was born at Esperance, April 6, 1858, and was the only child of Samuel M. and Almira (Soule) Wells. She was also the ninth in direct descent from William Bradford, first governor of Plymouth Colony and also John and Priscilla Alden, Thomas Rogers and others of colonial times. She was united in marriage with Chas. Chase, December 27, 1878. Surviving are the husband; eight children, Mrs. Myra Fassett, Miss M. Irene and C. Raymon, living at home, Paul N. of Cooperstown, Linn W. and Karl E. of Schenectady, Morris A. of Oneonta, Mrs. David Maples of Oneonta, and ten grandchildren, and one cousin, H. O. Branch of Hartwick. The late Mrs. Kent Jarvis of Cooperstown was a cousin. Mrs. Chase was a woman of rare personality. Her whole life was devoted to her family, and for them no sacrifice was too great, no labor too intense. During her long years of invalidism she always met her friends with a cheerful smile ..." [The Otsego Farmer & Republican (Cooperstown, NY), Fri., Mar. 26, 1926, Page Eight] 
Wells, Elizabeth (I7165)
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Jean Terriau
BIRTH 1601
Martaize, Departement de la Vienne, Poitou-Charentes, France
DEATH 1686 (aged 84?85)
Port Royal, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Garrison Graveyard
Annapolis Royal, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada Show Map
MEMORIAL ID 125930397 · View Source

According to the Bibliographie: Dictionnaire genealogique des families acadiennes (White); Dictionnaire des Acadiens d'Archange Godbout; and the Histoire et genealogie des Acadiens (Arsenault):

Jean was born about 1601, in Martiaze, Vienne, France. He married Perrine Reau there before 1637. They are the parents of the following:
1) Claude (1637-1725) md Marie Gaudreau
2) Jean (1639-) md before census 1671
3) Bonaventure (1641-1731) md Jeanne Boudreau
4) Jeanne (1643-1726) md Pierre Thibodeau
5) Germain (1646-1678) md Andree Brun
6) Catherine (1650-1713) md Pierre Guilbault
7) Pierre (1654-1725) md Cecile Landry

He died between the census 1671 and census 1678

Note: his Latin records have his name spelled as Jehan. There are too many variations of Theriot to list here, but this is the most common spelling in his records.

Thériot, Jean (I3707)
Emma Cottreau
December 12, 1933 - June 16, 2019 (85 years old)
Meteghan, Nova Scotia
Emma Cottreau Obituary

Here is Emma Cottreau?s obituary. Please accept Everhere?s sincere condolences.

With heavy hearts, at the age of 85, we announce the death of Emma Cottreau (Meteghan, Nova Scotia), who passed away on June 16, 2019. Family and friends can send flowers and condolences in memory of the loved one. Leave a sympathy message to the family on the memorial page of Emma Cottreau to pay them a last tribute.

She was predeceased by : her parents, Phillip Comeau and Therese Comeau (Comeau); her sisters, Celeste and Lennie. She is survived by : her husband Jean; her step-children, Roland Cottreau, Comeauville, Claudette Jesso (Medon), Ont and Janice Titus (Roger); her brother Wilson Comeau (Jeannette); her step-grandchildren, John Jesso, Cecile Jesso-Stewart, Michael "Mike" Cottreau, Daniel "Dan" Cottreau and Ashley Titus; her step-great-grandchildren, Mannix Stewart and Grayson Cottreau. Donations in memory may be made to La Villa Acadienne or Canadian Diabetes Association. 
Comeau, Emma (I245)
Helen Marie Hargraves, 84, of Hamshire, Texas, died August 17, 2011, at the Arboretum of Winnie.

A native of Port Neches, Texas, she was born on March 19, 1927, and lived in the Beaumont and Port Arthur areas all her life. Helen loved to bake cakes, dance and crochet.

She is survived by her sons, Robert Hargraves and his wife, Dana of Winnie and Alex Hargraves, Jr. of Fannett; daughters, Linda Sanchez and her husband, Robert also of Fannett, Cecile Hebert and her husband, Gerald of Hamshire, Nelda Bergeron and her husband, Larry and Carla Pitman and her husband, Kent all of Port Neches; sister Edna Harrington of Nederland; grandchildren, Misty Williams, Robert Hargraves, Monique Hopkins, Melissa LeBlanc, LeeAnn Hebert, Cynthia Woodson, Brian Meloncon, Hollie Mathis, Michelle Jardine, Katrina Petitt, Melanie Bergeron, Jackie Balsano, Nathan Terro, Dustin, Terro, Keisha Terro, Acacia Ahumada, Marissa Pitman, Micha Pitman, Kelsey Pitman, Natasha Hargraves, Aaron Hargraves and Tyler Hargraves; great grandchildren, Shelby Hargraves, Jered Geis, Brianne Hopkins, Ashley Hopins, Kaden Hopkins, Lacey Landry, B. J. Meloncon, Jared Woodson, Jacie Woodson, Jamie Garza, Jacob Garza, Julie Rodriguez, Jessica Mathis, Jordan Mathis, Rayce Romero, Slate Lemeaus, Ryan Nicholson, Kylie Nicholson, Kaden Williams, Collin Williams, Asia Tero, Daiken Terro Aiden Terro, Abiel Ahumanda, Riggs Bergeron, Katlyn Balsano and Zachary Hargraves; great great grandchildren, Kalen Nicholson and Kyler Raggio; and other relatives and friends.

She was preceded in death by her husband, Alex Hargraves, Sr.; and daughter, Ranella Hargraves.

Funeral service will be 10:00 a.m. Saturday, August 20, 2011, at Broussard's, 134 W. Buccaneer Dr. in Winnie with burial to follow at Landrum Cemetery, 1500 Hwy 124, Fannett, Texas 77705.. A gathering of her family and friends will be from 5:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. Friday, August 19, 2011, at Broussard's.

Obituary from Broussard's Mortuary, Winnie, Texas; August 18, 2011

Broussard, Helen Marie (I13568)
Honoré DeViller
BIRTH 21 Sep 1825
Belleville, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada
DEATH 9 Apr 1913 (aged 87)
Comeaus Hill, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Saint-Gabriel Parish Cemetery
Comeaus Hill, Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, Canada
MEMORIAL ID 159423842 · View Source

Baptized Mathieu Honoré DeVilliers, son of Jacques DeVilliers and Séraphie LeBlanc. Husband of Geneviève Doucet. 
DeViller, Mathieu Honoré (I13350)
Martin Dupuis
BIRTH 1665
Port Royal, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada
DEATH 8 Aug 1713 (aged 47?48)
Grand Pré, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Grand Pré, Kings County, Nova Scotia, Canada
MEMORIAL ID 133011218 · View Source

Martin Dupuis, the son of Michael Dupuis and Marie Gauderot, was born around 1665 in Port Royal, Acadia (present-day Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia).

Matin married, 1686 in Port Royal, Marie Landry. She was the daughter of Rene 'lejune' Landry and Marie Bernard.

They were the parents of Jean (who married Marguerite Richard), Antoine (who married Marie Anne Dugast), Germain, Marie Josephe (who married Guillaume Hebert), Joseph, and three other daughters (names unknown).

Martin died on August 8, 1713 and was buried the following day at the St. Charles-aux-Mines Cemetery in Grand Pre located on the grounds of the Grand-Pre National Historic Site in Grand Pre, Nova Scotia, Canada. The cemetery, which no longer stands, is located near a memorial church, where a sign states: "For approximately 65 years part of the land between the Memorial Church and the present-day Grand Pre Road served as the parish cemetery of Saint-Charles-des-Mines." 
Dupuis, Martin I (I11611)
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Richard U. ?Dicky? Bonin Jr.
BIRTH 19 Aug 1949
Louisiana, USA
DEATH 12 Jun 2013 (aged 63)
New Iberia, Iberia Parish, Louisiana, USA
Holy Family Cemetery and Mausoleum
New Iberia, Iberia Parish, Louisiana, USA
MEMORIAL ID 144348992 · View Source

New Iberia - A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated at 11:00 AM Tuesday, June 18, 2013 at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in New Iberia for Richard 'Dicky' Bonin, Jr., 63, who died Thursday, June 13, 2013, in New Iberia.

Interment will follow in Holy Family Cemetery.

Rev. Mark Derise will be the Celebrant.

A gathering of family and friends will be Monday from 5:00 PM until 9:00 PM at Pellerin Funeral Home in New Iberia. A rosary will be prayed at 6:30 PM Monday. Visitation will continue Tuesday from 8:00 AM until 10:30 AM.

A native and lifelong resident of New Iberia, 'Dicky' was born on August 19, 1949, and attended New Iberia Senior High. He proudly served our country in the U.S. Army, during the Vietnam War, and worked in the oilfield for over 30 years.

He is survived by his mother, Darlene R. Rouly of New Iberia; children, Rick Lee Bonin and wife Holly of New Iberia, Katrina Miles and husband Scott of Bridgeman, Michigan, Rachel Rogers and husband Roy of New Iberia, Lacey Bonin and husband Nathan of New Iberia; sisters, Mona Dore of Coteau, Sylvia Perez and husband Robert of Lafayette, Maria Romero and husband Juan of New Iberia, Paulette Delahoussaye and husband Mike of New Iberia; brothers, Otto 'Tetoe' Bonin and wife Christi of New Iberia, John Bonin and wife Patricia of St. Martinville, Orien Bonin and wife Donita of Coteau; grandchildren, Paige Dorsey, Jessica Miles, Trent Miles, Logan Abbott, Scott Miles, II, Brennan Miles, Myla Bonin, Tori Bonin, and Jayla Flournoy; great grandchild, Aiden Dorsey.

He was preceded in death by his father, Richard U. Bonin, Sr.; a sister, Richelle Bonin; and a great nephew, Eyan Paul Hernandez.

Pallbearers include Orien Bonin, John Bonin, Otto 'Tetoe' Bonin, Scott Miles, Roy Rogers, Rick Bonin, and Trent Miles. Honorary Pallbearers are Mike Delahoussaye, Robert Perez, Juan Reyes, Scott Miles, Brennan Miles, and Logan Abbott.

Pellerin Funeral Home, 502 Jefferson Terrace Blvd., New Iberia, LA 70560, 337.365.3331, is in charge of arrangements. 
Bonin, Richard Jr. (I12597)
TITUS, Dina ? Age 85, of Le Foyer Celeste, Meteghan, formerly of St. Alphonse, passed away Sunday, October 13, 2019 in Yarmouth Regional Hospital surrounded by her loving family. Born in St. Alphonse, she was a daughter of the late Lawrence and Anna-May (Comeau) Saulnier. She is survived by son, Roger (Janice); daughters, Simone Titus, Linda (Kevin) Comeau; sister, Barbara Babin; grandchildren, Cheryl, Matthew, Kenny, Nicole, Ashley; great-grandchildren, Tyler, Erin, Joshua, Gracie, Kylie, Ellie, Jackson, Olivia, Henri. She was predeceased by her husband, Dennis; brothers, Lawrence and Roland; sisters, Bernice and Grace; great-grandchild, Madison. Cremation has taken place under the care of Meteghan Funeral Home. A funeral will be held Friday, October 18, at 11 a.m. in St. Alphonse Church, officiated by Rev. Wieslaw Papuga. Interment will follow in parish cemetery. Donations may be made to the Arthritis Society. 
Titus??, Dina (I472)
14 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Simon, Azelie (I2439)
15 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Breaux, Jimmy (I7587)
16 "3 yrs, 3 mos in the Civil War, Co D 1st Vt Cal"

Wife: Agnes Sanborn

American Civil War Soldiers

Name: George Blair
Residence: Peacham, Vermont
Enlistment Date: 24 Aug 1861
Side Served: Union
State Served: Vermont
Service Record: Promoted to Full Quartermaster Sergeant.
Enlisted as a Private on 24 August 1861.
Enlisted in Company D, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 19 Nov 1861.
Promoted to Full Quartermaster on 4 May 1864.
Mustered Out Company D, 1st Cavalry Regiment Vermont on 18 Nov 1864. 
Blair, George Paterson (I14122)
17 "Dominique Pothier was born near Beaubassin. He married Anne Surette in Petitcodiac and then they moved to Pre-d'en-Haut, near Memramcook, where their first son was born. The family fled to Cocagne and then to Touctouche during the Deportation. In 1760 they gave themselves up to the British at Fort Cumberland (formerly Beauséjour). Dominique Pothier's name appears on the list, next to several Surettes, of prisoners at Fort Edward in 1761. Records show that five years later they were in Chezzetcook across the harbour from Halifax. In 1775 Dominique Pothier settled a land grant in Sainte-Anne-du-Ruisseau. His sons, Sylvain and Charles-Amand, took land in Wedgeport a few years later. All the Pothiers in Yarmouth County today are descendants of this family." Excerpt from "The Acadians of Nova Scotia: Past and Present" by Sally Ross and Alphonse Deveau, pp. 79-80

Dominique is the son of Pierre Pothier and Marie-Joseph Doucet. He married Anne Surette c.1753 and they had seven children:

1) Sylvain (c.1754-1825) m. Elisabeth dite Isabelle LeBlanc
2) Marguerite-Ange (c.1756-) m. Michel Boudreau
3) Charles-Amand (c.1758-1815) m. Marguerite d'Entremont
4) Anne-Marguerite (c.1763-) m. Benoni d'Entremont
5) Pierre (c.1767-) m. Marie d'Entremont
6) Anastasie (c.1769-) m. Cyrille d'Entremont
7) Jean Baptiste (c.1773-) m. Anne-Esther d'Entremont 
Pothier, Dominique (I9478)
18 "Edmée Arsenault, 88 of Manoir Saint-Jean Baptiste, Bouctouche and formerly of Saint-Thomas de Kent, passed away peacefully at the Manoir on Thursday August 25th, 2011. She was married to Gerard Arsenault of Manoir Saint-Jean Baptiste, Bouctouche. Born in Bouctouche on March 21st, 1923, she was the daughter of the late Amédée and the late Azélie (Poirier) Maillet. She will be sadly missed by her husband Gerard, her seven children; Bernadette Breau (Aldérice) of Cocagne, Annette Bourque (Michel) of Moncton, Laurie (Sandra) of Florence, Oregon, Maurice (Albertine), and Elmo (Monique) of Saint-Thomas de Kent, Alvin (Doris) of Moncton, Raoul of Saint-Antoine, her twelve grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren. She also leaves to mourn one sister; Germaine Boudreau (Donat) of Bouctouche, six brothers, Raymond (Alcida), André (Yvette), Jean-Paul (Maria), Yvon (Yvonne), Alonzo (Andréa) of Saint-Thomas de Kent, and Aubrey of Montreal, and several nephews and nieces. She was predeceased by one sister Lorraine and one brother Eric. Visitations will be held at Maillet Funeral Home, 29 rue de l?église, Bouctouche on Sunday August 28th, 2011 from 7 to 9 and on Monday from 9 to 10:45 am. Funeral Mass will be held at the Saint-Jean Baptiste Roman Catholic Church, Bouctouche on Monday August 29th, 2011 at 11:00 am with internment in the parish cemetery. In Edmée?s memory donations can be made to the Manoir Saint-Jean Baptiste, Bouctouche. Funeral arrangements are in the professional care of Maillet Funeral Home, Bouctouche." Maillet, Edmée (I12676)
19 "Francois had a most interesting and full life, He died at the age of 80 according to the book by Rita Lippe on 10 Apr 1924 in St. Basile, M.T. However should remember this was the location of the only church in those early days and he would have been registered there for his funeral. We can probably assume he actually died in Van Buren, Maine and not in Canada. Francois married 3 times ( The Descendants of Francois Violet by Rita Lippe, copyrighted 1984 ) A curiosity about Francois. During his lifetie he maintained the name VIOLET while every one of his children were baptized VIOLETTE. This is unusual in view of the fact his name would have been changed by clergy somewhere along the way. The change of name is rather important in its origin. In France the name Violet which has evolved into Viollet stands for the color. Mr Fernand Videau, Mayor Emeritus of Fontenille who completed great research in the Violet/Viollet names in Fontenille provided a complete list of names and dates of birth stated the name Violet came from an ancient people who wore Violet clothing. Probably due to the production of wine as it required stomping on the grapes in the early days. In America, the name Violette stands for the flower. So we have both. Let's keep them. "

Violette, Francois (I2415)
20 "Going before him were his parents, Sidney ?Doc? Freyou and Irene Landry Freyou, and his grandparents, Simon and Anastasia Broussard Freyou and George Joseph and Feliciane Louviere Landry." Freyou, Ernest (I8850)
21 "The LaFayette Sun" - May 31, 1916

In Memoriam.

Mrs. T. J. Andrews was born Nov. 20, 1836. Before her marriage, which occurred Dec. 24th, 1859, she was Miss Addie C. Day. Surviving her are five children: Mrs. N. E. Brazell, Camp Hill, Ala.; Mr. W. E. Andrews, Birmingham, Ala.; Mr. J. T. Andrews, LaFayette, Ala.; Mrs. J. O. Hinkle, LaFayette, Ala., and Mr. E. B. Andrews, West Point, Ga. She also leaves one great grandchild and thirty grandchildren. She died March 7th, 1916, and was buried at Sandy Creek Baptist Church Cemetery. Since 1873 Mrs. Hinkle (sic) had been a consistent member of the church, living a devout and consecrated Christian life. A devoted and affectionate wife and mother, a kind and generous neighbor, throughout her long life she gained the esteem of all who knew her. She has entered into that rest ?that remains for the people of God,? leaving to her children and grandchildren the priceless heritage of a beautiful Christian life, the influence of which shall be to them a blessing and constant inspiration to follow in her footsteps along that way that shall at last bright them to a happy, eternal reunion with her in the better land. ? W.C.B. 
Day, Addeline Catherine (I4600)
22 "They resided in Lebanon, Conn., Horton, N.S., moved to Machias, Maine, in 1769, and finally settled in Jonesboro, Maine.
Wiliam served in the Revolutionary War from Machias from 1 March 1776 to 1 March 1777, and from 4 Dec. 1778 to 4 Jan 1779. (Mass. State Archives.) He was a surveyor, and mapped much of Cornwallis and Horton in Nova Scotia. he became the first town clerk of Machias and the first postmaster of Jonesboro. He helped build the first meeting house in Machias in 1774." from Tupper Genealogy by Eleanor Tupper 
Tupper, William A. (I10053)
23 "This family was of considerable antiquity in Wales, and the neighboring county of Hereford, Sir Thomas Caswall, a knight of the Holy Wars, was buried at Leominster. Long subsequently Sir George Caswall had very great estates in that neighborhood and represented Leominster in several parliaments. He left two sons, John and Timothy. John, the elder, left one son, John, father of the In their coat-of-arms they used the mullet or star of five points, showing their descent from a younger son; the crest is distinctive of knights who fought in the Holy Wars. The coat-of-arms here given belonged to the Caswells of London and Hampton, being recorded by the heralds at their visitation of Middlesex in 1663, as follows: Arms: Argent, three bars gemelles, and a mullet for difference, sable. Crest: A dexter arm embowed in mail, proper, holding a cross crosslet fitchee, or. Richard Caswell, Esq., of London, married Mary, daughter of Richard Slany, Esq., of the county of Salop, and among their chilren were Thomas and George, the third and fourth sons. (I) Thomas Caswell, who seems to have been the Thomas, son of Richard, above mentioned, was one of the first settlers in Taunton, Massachusetts, which was incorporated in 1639. He reached the Colonies in about the year 1640, and tradition states that he came from Somersetshire, England. His descendants in this country at the present time are very numerous, and in the year 1900 numbered nearly four thousand. He had ten children five sons and five daughters: Stephen, Thomas, Peter, John, Samuel, mentioned further: Mary, Hannah, Elizabeth, Abigail, Hester. Caswell, Thomas (I9375)
24 "was born in Sandwich, Mass., 20 June 1711. He married first, 28 Mar 1734, Mary Bassett of Sandwich, born 24 Dec 1709, died in Lebanon, Conn., 24 Mar 1753, daughter of William and Abigail (Bourne) Bassett; and secondly, in Lebanon, 7 Sept. 1753, Mrs. Martha Clark of Simsbury, conn., widow of Dr. Wade Clark, who had at least two children by her previous marriage.

Eliakim livved in Sandwich until shortly after the birth of his first child, when it is believed he moved to Plymouth, Mass., in 1736, about the time his parrents and the rest of the family left Sandwich for Lebanon, Conn. He and his wife became members of the church in Plymouth in 1737, and town records show he was chosen a petit juror in town meeting 24 Dec. 1739, for similar duty again 13 Dec. 1746, and was a representative to the Assembly in 1742. Births of three children are recorded in Plymouth. About 1750 he joined his relatives in Lebanon where his two youngest children were born and his wife died. In 1760, with his brother Elias, he joined a group of Connecicut farmers who, with their families, migrated to Nova Scotia, settling on lands granted them in Cornwallis. Although Eliakim died there the first winter, 28 Feb 1761, the family remained and his son, Charles , became founder of the extensive Canadian branch of the Tupper family, who with descendants of Elias(4) and of his cousin Nathan (4), the pioneer of Queens County, N.S., constitute not less than one third of all Tuppers living on the North American continent today." from Tupper Genealogy by Eleanor Tupper.

Tupper, Eliakim II (I10056)
25 'Mayflower' passenger and 9th signer of the Mayflower Compact.

Son of John Eaton and Dorothy Smith. Born in Bristol, Avon, England. Baptised on 11 SEP 1596 in St. Thomas, Bristol, Avon, England.

Husband of Christina Penn. Father of Rachel, Samuel and Benjamin Eaton.

Eaton, Francis (I9370)
26 * Mary was born abt 1640 and died aft 28 Jun 1717.
* On 13 January 1642/3 Mary, whose age was not stated, was "bound out" (as a domestic/servant) to Gabriel Fallowell who was to provide her meat, drink, and apparel until she was 20 or married.
* The unnamed wife of Samuel Sabin Sr. was baptized in the church at Rehoboth on 19 April 1696.
* Mary Sabin, widow, and Israel Sabin, miller of Rehoboth, on 27 December 1700 sold to Henry Sweeting, clothworker of Jamestown, half of a corn mill and fulling mill on the mill falls in Rehoboth, half of a dwelling house and mill dam, and half of the land belonging to the house and dam.
* On 1 Aug. 1707 Mary Sabin of Rehoboth joined her sisters Elizabeth Patte, Dorcas May and Mercy Martin, wife of John Martin, in conveying their rights to the Middleboro land of their deceased father, Francis Billington, ?for love? to their niece Desire Billington, daughter of their brother Isaac.
* Mary?s last record was 28 June 1717 when she acknowledged by mark a deed whereby her son Israel sold property, part of the estate, although not explicitly stated, of Samuel Sabin Sr.

Children not linked:
Experience Sabin Oct 1676-Nov 1676
Mary Sabin 1678/9-aft 14 July 1690 when mentioned, but not named, in her father's will.

Source: "Mayflower Families Through Five Generations, Descendants of the Pilgrims Who Landed at Plymouth, Mass. December 1620," Vol 5 & Vol 21, Family of John Billington. 
Billington, Mary (I9366)
27 *************************************************
"The LaFayette Sun" - July 19, 1905:

Hinkle Reunion.

On the 8th day of July, at the home of Mr. R. Hinkle and daughter, Miss Maggie, 5 miles southwest of LaFayette, the children, grandchildren, with other relatives and friends, met in reunion and spent a most enjoyable day, all the little children carrying presents for their grandfather.
The children present were: W. R. Hinkle and two daughters, of Milltown, Joe Beall, children and one grandchild, M. L. Campbell, wife and three children, of Waverly, John Hinkle, wife and five children, Alonzo Ousley, wife and one child, Lewis Hinkle wife and three children, Chas. Hinkle, wife and one child. (Dave Yates, wife and eight children being absent).
At 11:30 dinner was announced. It was spread under beautiful shades near the house and was very much enjoyed.
In the afternoon Mr. Joe Beall entertained with his violin. He is one among the very best fiddlers, having won many prizes at fiddler?s conventions in Opelika.
After the music, delightful refreshments were served, and at 5 p.m. the different families departed to their several homes after a day of enjoyment at the old homestead.

- L. and E.
"The LaFayette Sun" - June 16, 1915:

Death of Mr. Riley Hinkle.

Mr. Riley Hinkle died at his residence near Antioch Baptist Church last Thursday, after a brief illness. He was one of the oldest citizens of the county; if he had lived until the 29th day of the coming November he would have been 80 years of age. Surviving him are four sons; William, John and Lewis, living in Chambers County, and Charles, who lives in Tennessee; four daughters, Mrs. Dave Yates, Mrs. M. L. Campbell, Mrs. Lon Owsley and Maggie Hinkle, all living in the county. These sons and daughters were all present at the funeral of their aged father. Mr. Hinkle left forty-three grandchildren and eight great grandchildren, besides a large number of relatives and friends. He had been a member of the Antioch Baptist Church since early manhood and was a man of fine Christian character. The funeral services were held in the church on Friday afternoon in presence of a large congregation, and were conducted by Rev. A. C. Yeargan, the pastor. After beautiful and appropriate remarks by Pastor Yeargan, a brief funeral service was delivered by Dr. W. C. Bledsoe, who was for many years the pastor and intimate friend of the deceased. Thus has passed away one of our oldest citizens, a man who had lived a quiet, home life, devoting himself to his family and doing his best to meet the daily problems which came before him. He was a faithful Confederate soldier in the 60s, being a member of Capt. Faulkner's company in the 8th Confederate cavalry.
1850 Chambers County, (Dist. 19) AL Census:


Michael Hinkle 47M Farmer R$1,500 (9-Slaves) Born TN
Matilda Hinkle 23F Born SC
John Hinkle 19M Student Born AL
William Hinkle 12M Born AL
George W. Hinkle 10M Born AL
Martha Hinkle 8F Born AL
James R. P. Hinkle 6M Born AL
Michael R. Hinkle 3M Born AL
1860 Chambers County, (Oak Bowery) AL Census:


Ann Calhoon 65F Farmer R$1,000 P$4,000 (3-Slaves) Born NC
Westley W. Calhoon 44M Farmer P$400 Born SC
John J. Calhoon 29M Farmer P$800 Born SC
*MIKE R. HINKLE 25M Farmer P$1,000 Born AL
*Julia A. Hinkle 21F Born SC
Tim/Sim Hinkle 1/12M Born AL

*Chambers County, AL Marriage Record Book 5 Page 456:

M. R. Hinkle and Julia Ann Calhoun on June 24, 1858 by Wm. A. Slaughter, at the residence of Mrs. Calhoun.
1880 Chambers County, (Oak Bowery) AL Census:


Riley Hinkle 45M Farmer Born AL
Julia Hinkle 34F Wife Keeping House Born AL
William R. Hinkle 20M Son Working on Farm Born AL
Lena Hinkle 18F Daughter Born AL
Ella Hinkle 15F Daughter Born AL
Ann Hinkle 12F Daughter Born AL
Margarett Hinkle 10F Daughter At School Born AL
John Hinkle 8M Son At School Born AL
Lula Hinkle 6F Daughter At School Born AL
Lewis Hinkle 3M Son Born AL
Wesley Calhoun 63M Boarder Works on Farm Born SC
1900 Chambers County, (Oak Bowery) AL Census:


Riley Hinkle 64M Farmer Born Nov. 1835 in AL (Widower)
Maggie Hinkle 26F Daughter Born May 1874 in AL
Lula Hinkle 22F Daughter Born Sept. 1877 in AL
Lewis Hinkle 21M Son Farmer Born Feb. 1879 in AL
Era Hinkle 19F Daughter-in-law Born Sept. 1880 in AL
Charlie Hinkle 19M Son Farmer Born March 1881 in AL
Lula Hinkle 16F Daughter-in-law Born July 1883 in AL
1910 Chambers County, (Oak Bowery) AL Census:


Riley Hinkle 74M Farmer Born AL (Widower)
Magie Hinkle 35F Daughter Born AL
Hinkle, Martin Riley (I4601)
28 *Joseph ?dit Miquelon? Breau
Wife: Anne Surette

Joseph was born in 1770 in Acadia, New France. He is a descendant of an Acadian. He married Anne Surette around 1789. Joseph was a farmer and a fisherman. He passed away in 1854 at the age of 94, and was buried on July 14, 1854 in Cocagne.

Anne was born on 9/29/1770 in Chezzetcook, Nova Scotia. Anne is an Acadian. She passed away in 1840 at the age of 69. Her funeral was on April 25th, 1840 in Cocagne, Kent, New Brunswick.

They had seven children together:

Urbain 1789
*George 1790-1881
Joseph 1793-1886
Helene 1796-1880
Luc Dit Miquelon 1802-1895
Simon 1803-1868
Marcellin 1811

Breau dit Miquelon, Joseph (I12228)
29 *William* BULLERWELL who married firstly, Elizabeth WILKINSON then Mary SIMPSON and immigrated to Nova Scotia.

William had an illegitimate son George with Margaret AYTMAN before his marriage to Elizabeth and it was George (1795/96-1871) who remained in England.

William had two sons with Elizabeth, John and William. William Jnr died as an infant on 27 January 1802. His mother preceded him by abt 6 weeks dying on 10 December 1801. John born 26 July 1799 married Sarah PURDY and died on 6 March 1845 in Surry, Hancock, Maine, USA.

William had 8 children with Mary SIMPSON, the eldest of whom, Isabella 1803-1806, died as a toddler.

So William and Mary arrived in Nova Scotia with 8 children:

1. John 1799-1845 m Sarah PURDY
2. Elizabeth 1805-1866 m Joseph PURDY
3. Mary 1807-1888 m Robert Savery PURDY
4. William 1808-1886 m (1) Abigail PURDY m (2) Sophia VICKERY(widow)
5. Robert 1810-1897 m Sarah SIMMS
6. Isabella 1812-1894 m (1) William ANDREWS m (2) Andrew Collin JEFFERY
7. Joseph 1815-18?? m Elizabeth ARCHER
8. Thomas 1818/19-187? m Rebecca ANDREWS

Bullerwell, William (I7128)
30 1756
Marblehead, Marblehead, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
Reason This Information Is Correct:
Under orders of Colonel Preble, Jeanne and Jacques and their seven children were deported to Marble Head, MA where they arrived on 21 April 1756. Their stay there was short, not being able to find suitable accommodations. They lived for 10 years in Boston and it was not until Aug 1766 that they returned to Nova Scotia, were again able to trample the sands of Cap au Sable. Descendants of this family are still living in the region of Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.
REF: Sylvain Lord, La descendance de Julien Laure-Lord, 2nd edition 1998 p. 23. 
Lord, Jeanne (I2628)
31 1871 census of Dundas, Kent, New Brunswick, Canada shows Philomene with her husband Gilbert Mazerolle. 1881 census of St Mary's Kent, NB shows Philomene Mazerole age 35, married and living in the household of her mother Suzane Leblanc age 62, widowed. With Philomene are her children Octave 16; and Leonise 14. 1891 census of St Paul, Kent, NB, shows Philomene Maserole age 46, married, living in the household of her son Octave age 26; also with her are her children Mathias 20; Marie 18; Susanna 14 and Melase 16. 1901 census of St Mary's, Kent, NB shows Philomene LeBlanc born 16 Nov 1845 ,a widow and listed as the mother-in-law, living in the household of Alexandre Landry.

LeBlanc, Philomene (I13789)
32 2002 Marie Leonise "Eunice" COMEAU
died on Sunday, July 21, 2002 Source: Halifax Daily News Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames BELL, COMEAU, DALHGREN, DEVEAU, LEBLANC, MACALPHINE, MELANSON

COMEAU, Marie Leonise "Eunice" - 84, Weymouth North, Digby Co., passed away July 31, 2002, in Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Born in Ohio, Digby Co., she was a daughter of the late Phillip and Martha "Mattie" (LEBLANC) DEVEAU. She is survived by her daughter, Joan Marie COMEAU (Donald DALHGREN), Weymouth; nephew, Edward DEVEAU, Church Point, Digby Co.; sisters, Celeste BELL, Dryden, Ont.; Mabel DEVEAU, Belliveau Cove, Digby Co.; Rose DEVEAU, Saint John, N.B.; brother, Harley DEVEAU, Weymouth; grandchildren, Lisa MELANSON, Michelle COMEAU, Laurie COMEAU and Lynn MACALPHINE; great-grandchildren, Yvelle COMEAU, Dawson COMEAU and Tristan MACALPHINE; several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by husband, Nelson COMEAU and brother, Nelson DEVEAU. No visitation. Funeral service will be 10 a.m. Saturday in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Rev. Chinedu Chukwu officiating. Interment in the parish cemetery. Donations to Yarmouth Regional Hospital Surgical Unit. On-line condolences to: and click on "contact us". 
Deveau, Marie Leonise (I3072)
33 2002 Paul Philippe LeFORT
died on Saturday, February 23, 2002 Source: The Halifax Herald Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames AUCOIN, GAMACHE, GOOSENS, KLINGEMANN, LEBLANC, LEFORT, MAILLET

LeFORT, Paul Philippe - 83, Pere Fiset Guest Home, Cheticamp, formerly of Point Cross, died Feb. 23, 2002, in the guest home. Born in Cheticamp, he was a son of the late Thomas and Anastasie (LEBLANC) LEFORT. He was a member of St. Peter's Church, Cheticamp. Surviving are sons, Claude (Josephine), East Margaree; Armand, Montreal; Paul Albert (Emma), Bathurst, N.B.; daughters, Stella KLINGEMANN (Klaus), Paris, Ont.; Ginette LEFORT, Toronto; Dora MAILLET (Robert), Meteghan; Therese LEFORT, Toronto; Yvonne GOOSENS-LEFORT (Peter), Point Cross; brothers, Joseph (Marie Helene), Tim (Sarah), both of Cheticamp; 14 grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by wife, the former Antoinette AUCOIN; sons, Cyrille, Russell; brothers, Willie, Pierre; sisters, Josephine, Marie Cecile and Therese. Funeral will be held Wednesday, Feb. 27 in St. Peter's Church, Cheticamp, Father Stephane GAMACHE officiating. Interment in the parish cemetery. Donations may be made to Palliative Care Services, Sacred Heart Community Health Centre. 
LeFort, Paul Philippe (I7621)
34 2002 Pauline Marie COMEAU
died on Wednesday, January 16, 2002 Source: The Halifax Herald Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames COMEAU, MELANSON

COMEAU, Pauline Marie - 61, St. Joseph, Digby Co., died Wednesday, Jan. 16, 2002, in Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Born in St. Joseph, she was a daughter of the late Jeremie and Estelle (MELANSON) COMEAU. She worked for Maritime Tel & Tel from 1959 to 1971. Surviving are sisters, Annette COMEAU, St. Joseph; Carmen COMEAU, Belledune, N.B.; Lea COMEAU, Prince Rupert, B.C.; brothers, Simeon (Louise), St. Joseph; Jean-Louis (Shirley), Ashmore, Digby Co. Visitation in Meteghan Funeral Home. Funeral was Monday, Jan. 21 in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Concession, Rev. Clovis Chiasson officiating. Cremation to follow. Interment in the parish cemetery. Donations to the Epilepsy Association of Nova Scotia, Canadian Cancer Society or Yarmouth Regional Hospital Fund. 
Comeau, Pauline Marie (I2740)
35 2002 Roseanne COMEAU
died on Wednesday, February 6, 2002 Source: Halifax Daily News

COMEAU, Roseanne - 86, Bangor, Digby Co., passed away February 6, 2002, at home. Born in Concession, she was a daughter of the late Delphie and Alvina (COMEAU) MELANSON. Surviving are children, Laura (Lewis) MAILLET, Annie ILTSHISHIN, Alphée (Judy), Norbert (Marilyn), Paul (Clara), Donnie, all of Bangor; Agnes (Richard) COMEAU, St. Alphonse; Senator Gerald (Aurore), Meteghan River; 19 grandchildren; 16 great- grandchildren. She was predeceased by her husband, Camille; son, Nil; five children in infancy; brother, Emile; sisters, Annie, Laura. Funeral 2 p.m. today in Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Saulnierville, Rev. Albeni D'ENTREMONT officiating. Interment in the parish cemetery. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or Sacred Heart Cemetery Fund.
2002 Hartley Wallace POWELL 
Melanson, Roseanne (I10700)
36 2005 Existe J. GAUDET
died on Tuesday, July 12, 2005 Source: Halifax Herald Limited Submitter: CLR Obituary contained surnames BOUDREAU, GAUDET, HASLER, MESSAMORE

GAUDET, Existe J. - 64, Bangor, Digby Co., passed away July 12, 2005, in Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Born in Concession, he was the son of the late Anselm and Florence (BOUDREAU) GAUDET. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Conseil Sigogne 6348, Comeauville. Surviving are his wife, Simone Gaudet, Bangor, Digby Co.; son, Shawn, at home; daughters, Ketrina GAUDET, Halifax; Tisha GAUDET, at home; son, Darren and daughter, Andrea; sisters, Cerita HASLER, Meteghan; Regie MESSAMORE, Bedford, N.H.; Lorina GAUDET, Nashua, N.H.; granddaughter, Leah. Visitation will be Friday from 2-4, 7-9 p.m. in Meteghan Funeral Home. Funeral will be 11 a.m. Saturday in Sacred Heart Church, Saulnierville, Rev. Paul Belliveau officiating, with interment in the parish cemetery. 
Gaudet, Jean Existe (I1123)
37 2007 Anna SAULNIER
died on Tuesday, September 18, 2007 Source: The Halifax Chronicle-Herald Submitter: akmh Obituary contained surnames AMIRAULT, COMEAU, SAULNIER

SAULNIER, Anna - 53, Saulnierville, died suddenly September 15, 2007, at home. Born December 20, 1953, in Meteghan Centre, she was a daughter of Antoinette (COMEAU) AMIRAULT, Meteghan Centre, and the late Victor AMIRAULT. She is survived by her husband, Francis, Saulnierville; brother, Ralph (Simone) AMIRAULT, Meteghan Centre; sister, Linda (Emery) SAULNIER, Saulnierville; nieces and nephews, Kevin, Michelle, Daniel, and Nicole. She was predeceased by sister, Mariette. Cremation has taken place. Visitation 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. today in Meteghan Funeral Home. Funeral 2 p.m. Wednesday in Sacred Heart Church, Saulnierville, Rev. Albeni d'Entremont officiating. Interment in the parish cemetery. 
Amirault, Anna (I2855)
38 2007 Antoinette AMIRAULT
died on Friday, November 9, 2007 Source: The Halifax Chronicle-Herald Submitter: akmh Obituary contained surnames AMIRAULT, COMEAU, SAULNIER

AMIRAULT, Antoinette - 85, Au Logis d'Meteghan, formerly of Meteghan Centre, died November 7, 2007, in Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Born in Meteghan River, she was a daughter of the late Fidele and Adelle (COMEAU) COMEAU. Surviving are son, Ralph (Simone), Meteghan Centre; daughter, Linda (Emery) SAULNIER, Saulnierville; brothers, Eddie COMEAU, Albert COMEAU, both of Meteghan; grandchildren, Kevin, Michelle, Daniel, Nicole; great-grandchildren, Mackenzie, Brooke. She was predeceased by husband, Victor; daughters, Mariette, Anna; brother, Josué; sister, Anna. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Meteghan Funeral Home. Funeral 11 a.m. Saturday in Stella Maris Church, Meteghan, Rev. Albeni d'Entremont officiating. Interment in the parish cemetery. 
Comeau, Antoinette (I2853)
39 2007 Russell Henry LOMBARD
died on Thursday, October 4, 2007 Source: The Halifax Chronicle-Herald Submitter: akmh Obituary contained surnames AMERO, ANDREWS, BRITTIAN, DOUCETTE, GILHEN, HILL, LOMBARD, MAINE, MANZER, MELANSON, MOORE, PARSONS, PIERCE, RUDOLPH, STEVENS, TITUS

LOMBARD, Russell Henry - 87, passed away October 3, 2007, in Regional Health Centre, Yarmouth. Born in Weymouth North, he was a son of the late Alexander and Eva (BRITTIAN) LOMBARD. Russell enjoyed fishing and playing pool and was a tap dancer. He also enjoyed attending the community fund raising events in Havelock. Surviving are his children, Leslie (Janice) LOMBARD, Richard (Angela) LOMBARD, Hill Grove; Linda (Eddie) STEVENS, Digby; Andrew (Heather) LOMBARD, Digby; Nancy (Mike) GILHEN, Digby; Fred (Patsy) LOMBARD, Alberta; John (Doris) LOMBARD, Centreville; Dorothy PARSONS, Digby; Ronald (Brenda) LOMBARD, Digby; Peter LOMBARD, Digby; Kathleen (David DOUCETTE) TITUS, Gilbert's Cove; Marjorie (Chris) AMERO, Digby; Vincent (Linda RUDOLPH) LOMBARD, Alberta; sisters, Alice DOUCETTE, Havelock; Mable (Robert) MAINE, Ashmore; Dorothy MOORE, Plympton; Carole (Floyd) MELANSON; brothers, Stanley LOMBARD, Arnold (June) LOMBARD, Alexander LOMBARD; 25 grandchildren and many great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife, Viola (PIERCE) LOMBARD; sister, Evelena HILL; daughter, Rachael; sisters, Goldie ANDREWS and Belle MANZER; brothers, Richard LOMBARD, Donald LOMBARD and Chester LOMBARD. Visitation 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Jayne's Funeral Home, Weymouth North. Funeral service 10 a.m. Friday in Bethel Baptist Church, Ashmore, Rev. Fred Bigelow officiating. Interment in the church cemetery. Donations may be made to Canadian Cancer Society. 
Lombard, Russell Henry (I4361)
40 2008 Dennis John FRONTAIN
died on Tuesday, January 8, 2008 Source: The Halifax Chronicle-Herald Submitter: akmh Obituary contained surnames ANDREWS, DANIELS, DEVEAU, DUNLOP, FRONTAIN, HILTZ, JEDDRY, MUISE, NICKERSON, SAULNIER

FRONTAIN, Dennis John - 94, Greenwood, passed away Monday, January 7, 2008, in Veteran's Unit of Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Middleton. Born in Cape St. Mary, Digby Co., he was a son of the late Vincent and Elizabeth (DEVEAU) FRONTAIN. In early years Dennis was a fisherman in Cape St. Mary. He served with the Canadian 5th Armored Division and the Cape Breton Highlanders from 1941-1946. He later served with the RCAF from 1946-1957. Dennis retired from C.E. Section, CFB Greenwood. He enjoyed the outdoors and was an avid hunter. He is survived by daughters, Arletta (Richard HILTZ) FRONTAIN, Yarmouth; Melissa (Gordon DANIELS) FRONTAIN, Wilmot; sons, Ian (Kathryn), Greenwood; Wayne, Mount Hanley; David, Greenwood; sister, Rita JEDDRY, Cape St. Mary, Digby Co.; grandchildren, Deanna MUISE, Tammy DUNLOP, Dylan NICKERSON, Alycia ANDREWS-FRONTAIN, Rebecca FRONTAIN; Domenic FRONTAIN, Nicholas DANIELS, Jonathon FRONTAIN, Robert FRONTAIN, and seven great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, the former Caroline Marie SAULNIER, and brother, Ira. Visitation will be held 7-9 p.m. today in Middleton Funeral Home, 398 Main St., (902) 825-3448. A graveside service will be held 11 a.m. Wednesday, January 9, in St. Lawrence Cemetery, Kingston, Rev. Deacon Don Boudreau officiating. By request, family flowers only. Donations in memory may be made to the Veteran's Unit at Soldiers' Memorial Hospital or a charity of choice. On-line condolences may be made through: 
Frontain, Jean Dennis (I4563)
41 5. Obit: Bernadette M. (Leger) Baldarelli
Fitchburg: Bernadette M. (Leger) Baldarelli, 90, formerly of Daniels St., died Wednesday, August 13, 2014, at Life Care Center of Leominster. Her husband, Guerrino Baldarelli died in August 1968. Mrs. Baldarelli was born in Fitchburg, September 5, 1923, a daughter of Anselme and Regina (Cormier) Leger and resided much of her life in Fitchburg. Many years ago she worked briefly at the Dohler Greeting Card Company in Fitchburg. She had attended St. Joseph?s Church in Fitchburg. Mrs. Baldarelli is survived by four sisters, Doris Legros, Lillian Richard and her husband, Norman, Clarice Lomaglio and her husband, Thomas, all of Fitchburg, Pauline Bowen and her husband, Robert of Lunenburg. She also leaves many nieces and nephews. She was the sister of the late Ovila Leger of Leominster, Joseph C. Leger of Ashburnham, Gerene LeBlanc and Lucille Cormier both of Fitchburg. Services of committal will be held 11:30 AM Monday, August 18th at the Pieta Chapel at St. Joseph?s Cemetery, 486 Clarendon Street, Fitchburg. Mrs. Baldarelli?s family will receive family and friends from 10-11 AM Monday at the Isabelle & Anderson Funeral Home, 316 Clarendon Street, Fitchburg. Please see for additional information. Memorial contributions may be made to the Residents Activity Fund, Life Care Center, 270 West Street, Leominster, MA 01453.

1. Lived at 279 Daniels St., Fitchburg, MA. 
Leger, Bernadette (I2983)
42 62; Weymouth Digby County - passed away at the QEII Health Services Sciences Centre, New Infirmary Site.

A carpenter in Weymouth area for the last 18 years. He was responsible for ringing the bell of Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic Church in Weymouth and for caring for the cemetery.

Husband of Evelyn (Saulnier) LeBlanc. Father of Bonnie, Lorrie both of Weymouth, and Wendy of Fredericton, New Brunswick. Father-in-law of Rodney and Kevin. Grandfather of three.

Son of Loretta (Saulnier) LeBlanc. Brother of Theresa of Weymouth, Irene of Plympton, Mary Rose of Annapolis, Catherine of Weaver Settlement, Cecile of New Tusket, Arthur of Calgary, Joseph "Joe" of Brandon, Manitoba, and Desire of Digby. Brother-in-law of James, John, Harley, and Wade.

Predeceased by four of his children who died as infants and his father Fred LeBlanc.

Burial Saint Joseph Roman Catholic Church, Weymouth Parish Cemetery. 
LeBlanc, Peter Existe (I3226)
43 68; passed away at the Health Science Centre.

Son of William Arthur and Lucy C. Rideout.
Brother of Ella Marion (Rideout) Scott (b. May 22, 1924; d. August 15, 2012 at 88 years) of Saint John's, Ann (Rideout) French of Saint John's, David Rideout of Seal Cove, and Caroline (Rideout) Mansfield of Scarborough, Ontario.

Brother-in-law of Benjamin Scott (deceased), Ford French (deceased).
Uncle of Ruby, Betty both of Mount Pearl, Margaret of Paradise, Bill of St John's, Newfoundland, Fred of Parksville, British Columbia, and Norman of Lisle.

Charles' remains were cremated followed by burial. 
Rideout, Charles Henry (I6809)
44 70 Years old w/o Mathurin Gautreault Daigle, Anne-Rosalie (I8955)
45 8 possible matches found on

Marriage 1 Marguerite Louise DOUCET b: 1625 in France

Married: 1647 in Port Royal,Acadia


Has Children Marie DUGAS b: 1648 in Port Royal,Acadia
Has Children Claude DUGAS b: 1652 in Port Royal,Acadia
Has Children Anne DUGAS b: 1654 in Port Royal,Acadia
Has Children Martin DUGAS b: 1656 in Port Royal,Acadia
Has Children Marguerite DUGAS b: 1657 in Port Royal,Acadia
Has Children Abraham DUGAS b: 1662 in Port Royal,Acadia
Has Children Madeleine DUGAS b: 1664 in Port Royal,Acadia
Has Children Marie DUGAS b: 1665 in Port Royal,Acadia

Abraham Dugas who came to Acadia left Toulouse, Provence of Lanquedoc, France. His ancestors lived in the Provence of Lyonnais for many years. They went by the name of Coignet-Du Coignet. 
Dugas, Lt. Gen. Abraham (I2662)
46 82 years old, husband of Dora(Cormier)O'Brien,son of John & Sarah(Brophy)O'Brien,Veteran,u.s.Navy,W.W.2,branch managaer at Bank of Boston,Boston,Ma. for 30 years. O'Brien, John E. Jr. (I11271)
47 85; Resident of Tideview Terence, Digby, formerly of Weymouth - passed away at Tideview Terence.

Mother of Theresa of Weymouth, Irene of Plympton, Digby County, Mary Rose of Digby, Catherine of Weaver Settlement, Digby County, Cecile of New Tusker, Philip "Arthur" of Calgary, Emile "Joe" of Brandon, Manitoba, and Desire "Desi" of Digby County. Grandmother of 20 and Great-Grandmother of 22.

Predeceased by her husband Frederick J. LeBlanc, her son Peter LeBlanc, four infant children, her parents Exite "Dick" and Mary (LeBlanc) Saulnier, her sisters Annie, Celeste, Emilia, and Catherine, and her brothers Louie Saulnier, Existe Saulnier, William Saulnier, Gus Saulnier, Pierre Saulnier, and Edoire Saulnier.

Burial Saint Joseph's Roman Catholic Cemetery, Weymouth. 
Saulnier, Lorette Mary (I424)
48 ?of Tewksbury; 65
TEWKSBURY ? Lawrence Joseph ?Larry? Doucette, age 65, died peacefully on July 18, at Lowell General Hospital, surrounded by his family.
He was born at the Shaw Hospital in Lowell in November, 1953, the fraternal twin to his sister, Laura Mary Doucette, with whom he currently resided. He was son to Bernard E. Doucette and Laura T. (Bradley) Doucette-Pentz, and lived in Tewksbury most of his life. He was a member of the Tewksbury D.A.V. Post 110, and the Fr. Coppen?s Council, K of C, 4336 in Tewksbury.
Larry worked in residential and commercial concrete construction in the Greater Lowell area, most recently as a Foreman for Mike?s Concrete in Dracut.
He leaves two sons, Lawrence J. Doucette Jr., and his life partner, Michelle Ouellette of Athol, Robert J. Doucette and his wife Sherri of Florida; siblings, Eugene John Doucette of Texas, Laura M. Doucette of Tewksbury, Roberta Kondry and her husband Brian of Danville, NH; six grandchildren, Kylei, Jacob, the children of Lawrence Jr. and Janice Latham, Lily, the child of Lawrence Jr. and Ryan Lawrence, and Evan, Taran, and Michael, the children of Lawrence Jr. and Michelle Ouellette; his former wife Jean (Perry) Michaud of Athol; and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his siblings, Bernard E. Doucette Jr., Henry E. Doucette, and Donna Marie Pondelli.
A Celebration of Life Memorial Service will be held at a later date.
Arrangements are through the Tewksbury Funeral Home. 
Doucette, Lawrence Joseph (I5605)
49 ?Widow Harding? was assessed 9s in the tax list for Plymouth on 25 Mar. 1633.(3) Martha died in 1633 in Plymouth and left an estate worth only £20. 18s. 6d. She left the care of her young son Joseph to Dea. John Done who also probably took care of John as well:

?John Done presented an inventory of the goods & chattels of Martha Harding, deceased, who, in the behalf of her son, was allowed the administrator of the said Martha.? (1)

?A true Inventory of the goods & Chattels of Martha Harding deceased? by James Hurst ffr Cooke & John Done? the 28th Octobr Ano Reg Domini Carol 8th [1633]?
Impr. 2 Gownes 02 10 00
It 1 Coate & Apron 01 08 00
It a pcell of smale [ ] 02 08 00
It a glasse 00 01 00
It 2 p of sheets 00 16 00
It 2 aprons 00 04 00
It 2 pillow beers 00 03 00
It 9 napkins & a smalle cloak 00 05 00
It 5 towels 00 02 00
It a [ ] 00 06 00
It a kettle & a skellet 01 01 00
It a fire [ ] & [ ] 00 01 06
It a cloake 00 05 00
It [ ] 00 09 00
It 3 [ ] 00 05 00
It 1 [ ] 00 01 06
It a peere 00 12 00
It Joyners tooles w other [ ] 00 13 00
It a little kettle & an old pan & [ ] 00 06 06
It corne 01 05 00
It a sow 20s/ swine [ ] 06 00 00
It a sow 02 10 00
Summe 20 18 06
Martha Harding debits
To mr Done [ ] & disbursed for [ ] the sum of 09 09 01
It owing to divers psons in [ ] or smale pcells 04 00 00
It more to per usbands brothers in Engl to one eight pounds to another
9£ to another 3£ Suma 20 00 00?

This Martha Harding dyed w/out a will leaving one son in the custody of Mr John Done the administrator of the said Martha? (2)

The ?Suma? at the end of the tabulation concerns the debts which she still owed from her husband. It appears that she owed £33.9s.1d. so her estate was insolvent. Given the joyners tools in the inventory I suspect that was her husbands trade. Why were they so much in debt? It doesn?t appear that they owned any property to explain the debt. They owed money to folks in England. Was this for their transportation over here? Some of the debt seems to be to his brother in England. Too bad they didn?t write down their names and where they lived! Joseph and Martha both died so young? leaving two little boys orphans? a sad story and one I would love to know more about.
Much of this document is difficult to read. I am usually quite good at deciphering 17th century hand writing, however, this one is a challenge! So I've uploaded the original record? have a go at it! If anyone can figure out the rest of the document, let me know as perhaps it will fill in some holes in the information on this family.


? I. John- b.c.1625, m. _____ Hurst
? II. JOSEPH- b. 1629 Plymouth, m. 4 Apr. 1660 Eastham, BETHIA COOKE (b.c.1640, d. 17 Oct 1673 Eastham), d. 31 May 1687 Eastham


(1) The Hardings in America- A Genealogical Register of the Descendants of John Harding, of England, Born A.D.1567- Wilbur J. Harding, Harding Printing Co., Keystone, Iowa, 1925- pp.21-2 quoting Plymouth Colony Records- Vol. I, p. 18
(2) Plymouth Colony Probate Records- Vol. I, fol. 4
(3) Plymouth Colony Records- Vol. I, p. 11

John Doane born abt 1590 died 1685 per inventory of his estate , at best, could be Martha's brother.....NOT father. Dates prevent this connection

Martha Doane Harding
BIRTH 1612
Shropshire, England
DEATH 28 Oct 1633 (aged 20?21)
Plymouth, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, USA
BURIAL Unknown
MEMORIAL ID 34694507 · View Source

Born by about 1612, based on estimated date of marriage (and probably some years earlier). Came to Plymouth Colony with her infant son in 1632. Died in Plymouth between 25 March 1633 (tax assessment) and 28 October 1633 (administration of estate).
Married by about 1632 _____ Harding, who presumably died in England before his widow and son sailed for New England.
Their only known child: JOSEPH, b. by 1632; m. Eastham 4 April 1660 Bethiah Cooke, daughter of JOSIAS COOKE .
It is likely that Martha Harding was sister to JOHN DOANE , who administered her estate and took her son, Joseph, into his household after her death. Joseph Harding was complained of on 3 June 1652 for "carrying an Indian's gun unto the smith to be mended in his uncle's name," and it is assumed by some that the uncle mentioned here would be JOHN DOANE .
Source: Anderson's Great Migration Study Project

Family Members
John Done

Dorothy Wilbraham Doane

John Doane

Anna Doane Twining

Half Siblings
Mary Done Crewe

Joseph Harding

Doane, Martha (I9840)
50 A ceremony was held in the Parish in Notre-Dame and the following was recorded in their records.

This 2 January 1918, we undersigned priest buried in the St. Antoine Cemetery, the mortal remains of Bruno Melanson who died on 31 December 1917 at the age of 80 years. Died from the flu without medical help.
Vital LeBlanc, priest" 
Melanson, Bruno Joseph (I8944)

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