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Re: Joseph Dugas 1816 Chateauquay, Quebec
Posted by: Shar Bartlett Date: February 16, 2002 at 07:06:36
In Reply to: Re: Joseph Dugas 1816 Chateauquay, Quebec by Philippe Dugas of 741

Hi Philippe,
Thank you for the information on Joseph Dugas Dit LaBreche. I do not speak of write French.
I can read some, but I am not very good at it. I see you have written in English, that is good,
at least for us who do. My grandfather spoke French, but I was never aware of it until he was
very old, I wish I had learned from him.

I do have information on Joseph Dugas Dit LaBreche, his daughter Adeline Dugas Dit LaBreche
married Olivier Hurteau b.1808 in Chateauquay, PQ on 17 April 1852 at Ormstown, PQ Adeline
was Olivier's third wife. They apparently migrated to Waukegan, Lake County, Illinois in the
USA sometime in the early 1850's. They had several children, including my Great Grandmother
Margaret Mary Hurteau b.1861 in Waukegan. Another daughter Adeline b.1857 in Waukegan
Olivier Hurteau's neice Sophia Hurteau Robidoux also lived in Waukegan, she was married to
Peter Robidoux. My great grandmother and her sisters lived in Fond du Lac, Fond du Lac
County, Wisconsin in 1877, the year my great grandmother was married to Ezra Dumas,
who was born in 1849 in Malone, NY Margaret and Ezra then migrated to Manistee, Manistee
Michigan in 1880. So the desendents of Adeline Dugas Dit LaBreche Hurteau live in the Manistee
and Mason County area of Michigan.

What happened to Adeline Dugas Dit LaBreche Hurteau, I do not know, but I would like to know what
happened to her and Olivier Hurteau.

Have a good day. Shar .

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