We must fight for our veterans. Remembrance Day is fast approaching and this is one very important day I always recognize with a post on this blog. My family’s history is well-entrenched in military service. My father was in the
I have a few favorite, go-to sites that I use much more than any others, and the Nova Scotia Archives site is one. Considering the substantial Acadian ancestry of my family, it’s no surprise that the majority of vital records
Christian W. Keefer (Chester) is an important figure in one of the main branches of my husband’s and children’s ascendancy. He married Mary Ann Jacques and they eventually settled and raised a family in Dodge County, Wisconsin. After numerous years
Transcription: Newbury Marriages; Jaques Newbury Marriages The following is my transcription of the pages concerning variations of the Jaques / Jacques surname marriages in Newbury, Massachusetts. Page 256 …(other names)… JAQUES (see also Jacques), Ann, and Robert Adams, jr., Oct.
The following is my transcription and translation of the baptism certificate for Marie Marguerite Yvette Bourgeois. ORIGINAL FRENCH Extrait du régistre de baptémes, marriages, sépulture. De la paroisse de St. Hughes du Lac Saguay, from l’année mil neuf cent quinze.
Edward “Longshanks” I, King of England was born 17/18 June 1239, eldest son of Henry III, King of England (1207-1272) and Eléonore de Provence (1223- ), in Westminster Palace, London. Edward was created Earl of Chester and granted
Transcription of the obituary of Elsie Elizabeth Gurr from the “L M Leader” of April 24, 1913. L M Leader 24 Apr 1913 OBITUARY Elsie Elizabeth Gurr was born in the town of Fountain Prairie, near Fall River, September 8,
Louise Ruth Froemling: Child. According to my husband Mark, his grandmother, Louise Ruth Froemling was born on 10 Oct 1911 at 1712 Paulina Street in Chicago, Cook County, Illinois to Emma Mary Froemling and William Read Kirk. Since Emma
Transcription: Prominent Families of the United States of America, page 402-4; BURKET BURKET Jacob F. Burket, b. in Perry Co., Ohio, 25 March 1837 ; m., at Lenawee Co., Michigan, Pamy D., dau. of John Walters, of Findlay, Ohio, and,
The following is a transcription of the memorial card for Rose-Anna Labelle, wife of the late Frédéric Sigouin, who passed away at St-Hippolyte on September 18, 1932. __________ A LA DOUCE MEMOIRE DE Rose-Anna Labelle épouse de feu Frédéric Sigouin
Abraham Fougère & Elizabeth Cordeau Film # 1316273, Record # 16 Date and place of Marriage: Jany 10th 1876 River Bourgeois C.B. How married (by License or Banns): Banns Full name of Groom: Abraham Fougère His age: 23
Transcription of the Marriage Record for Chester Keefer and Mary Ann Jaques. THE STATE OF OHIO, Geauga County Personaly appeared Chester W. Keefer and made application for a MARRIAGE LICENSE for himself and Mary Ann Jaques of the
Transcription: Marriage Certificate and Register for William Beaver and Mary Elizabeth Fougère. Featured image: St. Peters, Nova Scotia Marriage License of William Beaver and Mary Fourgere No. 440 Province of Nova Scotia Marriage License (Signature) M.B. Daly Lt. Govn
The following is my transcription of the Pennsylvania Church and Town Records dated between 1708 and 1985, for surnames Beavan to Eyre (in alphabetical order). CHESTER FRIENDS CEMETERY On the west side of Edgmont Avenue between Sixth and Seventh
The following is my transcription from the original image of page 563 of “The History of Westmoreland County”, in my case concerning the Shellhammers, but mentioning the Smeltzer, Chambers, Meeker, Fox, Sloan, Stidard, Lawrence, Wicht, Theibert, Beck, Hugg, and Keating
Transcription: Marriage Certificate for Chester Blythe and Louise Matthews (Froemling) This is to Certify that Mr. Chester Blythe of Chicago, Ill. and Miss Louise Matthews of Chicago, Ill. Were united by me in Holy Matrimony according to the Ordinance of
Transcription: Tombstone of Family of Alphonse Bélanger Bélanger (Left Side) Alphonse Bélanger 1881 – 1933 Époux de Délima Martineau 1876 – 1949 — Edna Bélanger 1907 – 1936 — Maurice Bélanger 1915 – 1915 — Norbert Bélanger 1913 –
Original french text from Acadia, Canada Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection) 1760-1946, page 469. CAP PELÉ CAP BOLD CTE WESTMORLAND NB PAROISSE STE-THÉRÈSE RÉGISTRES PHOTOGRAPHIES A LA PAROISSE 469 ———————- B 76 M. I. Florine Melanson Ce
Transcription of the Virginia Marriage Records, 1700 to 1850, pg 186. June 1, 1758. Thomas Lewis to Susanna Ellis, daughter of John Ellis; sec., Joseph Ellis; witn., Valentine Wood. October 27, 1747. William Pryor to Sarah Wood; sec., Valentine Wood;
The following is my transcription of the obituary for Carl W. Kiefer. Carl W. Kiefer A resident of Painesville since 1910, Carl W. Kiefer, 93, died Friday morning at the Homestead 2 Nursing Home, Painesville, after a lingering illness.
The following is my transcription of the obituary for Dr. A. D. Warner of Geauga County, Ohio. Dr. A. D.Warner Taken By Death _________ Dr. A. D. Warner, a prominent and life-long resident of Geauga county, passed away at
The following is my transcription of the death certificate of Rebecca Ann Ott, wife to Samuel G. Ott, of Canal Fulton, Ohio. DEATH CERTIFICATE OF Rebecca Ann Ott STATE OF OHIO BUREAU OF VITAL STATISTICS CERTIFICATE OF DEATH 1 PLACE
Below is my transcription of the marriage certificate for Trenée Aucoin and Marguerite Girroir. (a) PROVINCE OF NOVA SCOTIA Date and place of Marriage: 22 May, 1872, Arichat, Co. Richmond How Married ; by License or Banns: By Banns
This post contains my transcription of the second marriage certificate of Herve Ducharme and Marguerite Bourgeois-Ducharme. Certificate of Marriage Church of St. George, Manchester, New Hampshire. This is to Certify that Herve Ducharme and Marguerite Bourgeois were lawfully Married on