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Louis Garneau's Biscuits
Posted by: Freida Marie Taylor Date: January 04, 2002 at 15:16:12
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ID: I0280 Name: Joseph GARNEAU Sex: M Birth: 29 FEB 1808 in Charlesburg, Quebec, Canada Death: 23 JUL 1895 _FA1: Joseph left Quebec in 1829; went to Montreal; then Rouse's Point and _FA2: Plattsburg, NY; Burlington, Vt.; Albany; NYC; then to St. Louis _FA3: Owned a crack business _FA4: Government best customer; received an order for hard-tack regularly for army and _FA5: 1864 Awarded contract for 6 million pounds of hard-tack for Union _FA6: Bought all the flour he could find; filling 120, 000 50-pound boxes

I really hate the fact that I copied this from somewhere in this computer and didn't document the site where I pulled it from. I know at the time I grabbed it I was browsing through the library online from St Louis County Library from St Louis MO.

I too am a descendant from the Garneau Lineage, and after browsing so thoroughly through Dick Garneau's extensive site have found that it possible in the Canadian documentation we were GRENON but most census records here between Illinois and Missouri and our personal documents are Garneau and Gurnow.

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