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Nicolas Bourlier, son of Georges & Anne
Posted by: bill allen (ID *****6747) Date: April 29, 2009 at 01:53:23
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Atop "Osseo Ridge", in northern Trempealeau County, Wisconsin, stands an eight-foot concrete monument to Nicolas Bourlier, Turns out he lived nearby as a hermit or recluse, for many years. In early 1891 he died and was buried at a local cemetery, then in spring was reburied in New York City or Louisville, Ky. courtesy of Emile Bourlier (loomed large in Louisville horse-betting services). Emile was a nephew. Adele Bourlier, a sister, witnessed Nicolas' signature in New York City, on his "intent to become a citizen", as he and all siblings were born in the city of Montecheroux, (far-eastern France), and of course were expected to so register as immigrants

Any helps or hints on Nicolas would be very appreciated. Bill Allen, River Falls, Wisconsin


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