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Fecteau family..Help Please!
Posted by: Phyllis Romano (ID *****8596) Date: June 02, 2009 at 08:29:20
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I am desperately seeking the marriage record, death records and parents of this couple. If anyone could possibly help or at least point me in the right direction, I would appreciate it. I seem to have exhausted all avenues. Here is what I have.
Joseph Fecteau b. 1841 St Hyacinthe Quebec m. Celina (Selina, Salina) Blain b. 1847 Varannese Quebec. (This info from family Bible) They married about 1868 possibly in Massachusetts??? They had the following children.
Selina b.1869 m. Fred Courtemarche,
Joseph b. 1870,
Arthur b. 1873,
Edelar b. 1877 m. Helen Richard,
Rosanna b. 1879, m. George Ricord
Alfred b. 1882 m. Lulu Fesseden
Josephine b. 1886 m. Walter Bullard.
They also had a son Theodore who died days after birth in 1874. It appears all the children married in NH.
Joseph immigrated to the states around 1860 and Celina around 1864. They were living in Danvers MA in the 1880 census, Joseph was a brickmaker. They later moved to Nashua NH where I believe they lived until Joseph died sometime before 1910. His wife Celina then moved to Lynn, MA and was living with her son Alfred and his wife and her daughters Josephine and Rosanna and their spouses at 29 Sagamore St, until her death sometime after 1920.


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