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Re: Cadieux Line back to France
Posted by: Michael Fitzgerald (ID *****3464) Date: May 08, 2007 at 23:48:51
In Reply to: Re: Cadieux Line back to France by Rod Brule of 419

Hi, Ernest,

Wow, that is a lot of work you have done there--21,000 names? Phew!

My great-grandfather was Joseph (not sure of his middle name, I have Albert?) Comeau, b. 1875, d. 1935. He was married to Blanche DeMers (my grandmotherís mother). They had nine children: Rosina, Gabrielle, Rachel, Lucy, Juliette, Germaine, Valeda, John, and Edward.

My grandmother, Rachel Ledia (sic) Cadieux, was born in Manchester, NH, in 1901, which makes her 106. She is in a nursing home in Orange Park, Florida. She told me her parents were from Roxton Pond and Asbestos, Que. They moved to 12 Griffin St. in Derry, NH, when she was young.

My grandmother moved to Boston in 1925 with my grandfather, Joseph Raymond Comeau, who is from Nova Scotia. Her brother Edward Cadieux moved to Florida (Orlando area) decades ago. Not sure if he is still alive. Her brother John (born Jean), 94, still lives in Derry, in his parentsí old house.

Incidentally, my mother says she was told there is Indian blood in her line.

Donít know if any of this will help, but feel free to add whatever of it you can use to your database.

Michael Fitzgerald
Jacksonville, Florida

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