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Re: Pierre Ducharme living in Gardner, MA during 1910 Census
Posted by: Pierre Ducharme (ID *****1987) Date: January 22, 2013 at 16:35:43
In Reply to: Re: Pierre Ducharme living in Gardner, MA during 1910 Census by Marilyn Hartwell of 1514

Bonjour Marilyn,

We may have something here. I have a Pierre Ducharme (my # 7931), born Feb 08, 1845 in Montréal, and baptized the same day in Notre-Dame Church. He was the son of Pierre Charron dit Ducharme and Eleonore Payan dit Sy-Onge.

I know nothing else about him, except that he was in the 1860 USA census, but I don't have a source for that info. He could be the same Pierre Ducharme (my # 35359) that married Célina Dacier somewhere around 1880. Did Ann sévigny told you when he was naturalized ?

For Pierre and Célina dacier, I have the following children:
-François-Xavier, 1863
-Marie-Rose-Célina, 1884 (died young likely)
-Arcure (Hercule ?) 1886
-Joseph-Edmore (Armour ?), 1887
-Joseph-George, 1889
-Marie-Alice, 1890
-Arthur-adélard, 1892
-Marie-Rose, 1894
-Léon-Henri (Léo ?), 1895
-Guillaume-Joseph, 1898.
all were baptized in St-Joseph, Ashton, RI

P.S.: Don't pay attention to # above. Only to help me come back to my files, if needed.


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