Pat - how are you related to the Charleville's?
Michael Roy Charleville, born Jan. 10, 1828. Married April 13, 1847 in Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Died July 16, 1861 in Bloomsdale, Mo. Father - Jean Baptiste Charleville, Mother - Aspasie Placet. Wife Louise Therese Carron - born Feb. 21, 1829 in Ste. Genevieve County, Mo. Died February 20, 1892 in Bloomsdale, Mo. Father - Joseph Carron, Mother Marie La Haye.
Children of Michael Roy Charleville and Louise Therese Carron:
Aspasie Elizabeth Charleville - born January 29, 1848 in Bloomsdale, Mo. Died Dec. 25, 1920 in Bloomsdale, Mo.
Albert Francois Charleville - born October 21, 1849 and diedin 1870 in French Village, Mo. Buried in st. Anne Cemetery, French Village, Mo.
Mary Clothilda Charleville - born July 13, 1851 in Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Died in 1920. Spouse - Benjamin Willis
Peter Charleville - born May 25, 1853 - Married May 12, 1873 in Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Died - before 1890. Spouse
Maria J. (Josephine) Levrard
Frank Amandee Charleville - born March 27, 1857.
Charles Charleville - born F12, 1859. Died July 13, 1931 in Bloomsdale, Mo. Buried in Concord Cemetery, Bloomsdale, Mo.
Clovis Charleville - born April 25, 1861 in Bloomsdale, Mo.
Married October 18, 1892 in Lawrenceton, Mo. Died May 7, 1930 - spouse - philomena Mary Boyer.
Michael Charleville - born 1854.
PETER CHARLEVILLE (MY GREAT-GRANDFATHER)
Born May 23, 1853 in Ste. Genevieve, Mo. Married april 16, 1873 in St. Francois County,o. Died between 1883 and 1890.
Father - Michael Roy Charleville and Louise Therese Carron.
Wife - Marie Aspasie Josephine Levrard - born Jun 27, 1853 in French Village, Mo. Died April 1938 in Edwardsville, Illinois - buried in Woodlawn Cemetery, Edwardsville, Ill.
Father - John Baptiste Levrard - Mother - Eulale Deliah Grenon. Other Spouses - Alexander Louis Carrow - married Aug. 10, 1869, Peter Charleville, married 1873, James E.
Copeland, married Feb. 7, 1890, Charles L. Allen, married
When Michael Roy Charleville died, Louise Carron was left
with too many mouths to feed. I know, for a fact, that my
g-grandfather, Peter, and his sister, mary, were "farmed
out" to other Carron families. Peter and Mary went to live
with a Louis Carron. The only child Louise took with her
was her baby, Clovis. She went to live with an uncle named
I've been in contact with a descendant of Clovis Charleville. Clovis grew up thinking he was an only child
I guess. So sad, but back then, that is what they did.
Big families, the breadwinner dies, and back then, women
either remarried or became servants. Or worse.
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