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Re: Deschaine family
Posted by: debbie Deschaine Date: January 01, 2002 at 09:20:18
In Reply to: Re: Deschaine family by Raymond Deschenes of 338

Unfortunately, I do not have much more than I have already posted for the Deschaine side. I know Elmer Sr. was born in Menominee MI 15 Jan. 1905. He spent most of his life in Marinette. He was married 31 May 1930 in Menominee and died 6 Dec. 1958 in Marinette. His obituary says he died while changing a tire. It does not say how. His mother remarried his wife's father, Joseph Billodeau, after Medrich (Matt) died. I have children of some of Medrich and Elizabeth's kids but I am unsure of how the family would feel if I even put their names on the internet. If you have a personal email address that you would not mind me responding to I could send you those names. I have been able to find dates on most of Medrich and Elizabeth's children: Ida was born 7 Mar. 1899 and died Jun 1986,
Pearl-born abt 1902

Irene-born abt 1904

Elmer-I already posted dates

Harry-born 4 Aug. 1907 and died Mar 1983

Clarence-born 27 Nov 1909 and died May 1979

Raymond-born 12 Sept 1912 and died Jan 1987

Hazel-born abt 1916

Mildred-born abt 1919


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