Hope we can connect are trees together. My grandmother had 8 siblings you would think after 7 years I could have found some cousins by now. But not yet. Been searching for my Indian roots as all story's are grandma told us how she would visit her great grandmother on a indian reservation and have about 2 or 3 photo's of aunt's and uncle's on visit but photo's are blurred. Came across photo's of my gr-grandfather and ask my mother about his hair style and she said he always had the same style a mohawk.
Here is the information's I found my ancestors:
My great parents were
Joseph P Sasseville (son of Joseph Sasseville & Scholastique Chaine) married
on June 26-1902 in Farnham, Missisquoi county, to Malvina Larocque
(daughter of Napoleon Larocque & Mathilde Desmarais of Lowell Ma)
Joseph Sasseville & Malvina Larocque married in Mississippi county. They had 9 children.
My grandmother Marie Rose.
About the parents of Joseph P Sasseville
Joseph Sasseville (son of Francois Sasseville & Cesaire Mercier) married on
Nov.23-1880 in Farnham, to Scholastique Cheney (daughter of Celestin Chenay
or Chain & Scholastique Bedard) (the name "Change","Chenay", "Chaine" &
"Chenier" written 4 different ways). Joseph Sasseville & Scholastique Chenay
had 4 other children (apart from Joseph Jr):
After Scholastique Chaine died, Joseph Sasseville married to Adele Sorel on
Oct.23-1911 in Farnham. No kids with her.
About Francois Sasseville & Cesaire Mercier, they didn't get married in
Missisquoi county, but I found 3 other kids (beside their son Joseph):
Also I have
Francois Xavier Carpentier m Louise Gelinas 21 Feb 1865
ST-Paulin De Maskinonge
From them my great grandparents
Thomas G Carpentier b11 Apr 1870 in Louisville, Maskinonge, Quebec he married Agnes Lamarre or LaMont b22 Apr 1872 I can not for the life of me find anything on Agnes. I hope you can help. Thank you so much for reading
If any of this connects Let me Know Deb
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