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Re: Joseph Ducharme and Alice Tetreau Ducharme of New Hampshire and Canada
Posted by: Beverly Saxton (ID *****8508) Date: March 10, 2006 at 17:15:36
In Reply to: Re: Joseph Ducharme and Alice Tetreau Ducharme of New Hampshire and Canada by Muriel of 1514

In the 1900 c for Rochester ,. NH ..Joseph Ducharme ,Alice and their children were as follows : Emma,(my grandmother) Nellie (Ellen),Martha (Mattie),Fred and Ida. Aunt Mattie (Martha) was the wife of Frank Riley he died and then she married James Specco. Alice Ducharme died at Aunt Mattie Riley's house on 11 Church Street in what is called Gonic, NH. I don't think Gonic has a post office so it sometimes is call Rochester, NH. I have many cousins that live there.
Nellie(Ellen) and her brother Charles E. Ducharme were both
born in Barrington, NH. The family moved where the work was.
Joseph was a weaver and worked in mills. The children were born in Dover, NH., Somerworth,NH Barrington NH and Canada.
The Maria that you speak of .. I don't have. Maybe I missed a child.? Or maybe she is Mary b.1876(this date may be incorrect) and she was married Arthur Chaney ...03 April 1895 by a Catholic Priest in Dover,NH.

Is this the same family ???? Where did you get your information about Alice's ...maiden name?

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