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Re: Brousseau family, Eva in Nashua
Posted by: Kathleen A. Martin (ID *****9479) Date: February 06, 2004 at 07:04:38
In Reply to: Re: Brousseau family, DWARFISM, Incidence of by Cheryl Murphy of 381

Sorry. I surmised that you believed François came from the Yamaska area, whereas he could have come from anywhere. Don't they have records of marriages in the Catholic parishes from the 1880 period? His parents would have been named in the marriage record. This may be kept at Ottawa. I am less certain about Quebec death records, but he seems to have died there by 1901. Nothing on the QC censuses between 1880 and 1900 to show where they lived? Then you could read the vital records for that parish to find his parents. The only François in my records was born to Gabriel Brousseau and Cathérine Blanchard in 1836 in Canada, and married Philomène Giguere, June 28, 1953, at St. Aimé, Richelieu Co., QC. I have no children for him.
All for now, K. Martin


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