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Joseph Cadieux in Michigan
Posted by: Kelly White (ID *****5517) Date: August 10, 2005 at 21:33:55
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I am excited to see so many others doing the research because I am stumped. My grandma knows very little about her line because her father was ill most of her young life and died in 1943. She is 85 now and I would really like to get her a better history of her family. Here's what I know: I have found a JOSEPH CADEAUX/CADIEUX in Muskegon Michigan in the 1880s - year of immigration 1879/1880. Wife's name is not known. He had two daughters, Blanch and Victoria and one son, my great-grandfather, JOSEPH CONRAD Cadeaux. Joseph Conrad married my great-grandmother; their children were Margaret, Hazel, Pearl (Elizabeth), Ruth, Joseph C, and Harold. Joseph C. died young; never married and no children. Harold had two daughters so the Cadeaux name in our family line ends here. One census reports the country of origin as Eng. Can and another had the initials N.S. - assuming Nova Scotia. Anyone with any information, I would be forever grateful for the help - especially for grandmother's sake. Please email me at Kellyw4jc@tds.net. Thank you in advance. Kelly White


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