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Re: Hamelins-Grondines
Posted by: Laurel Hamlin Date: March 11, 2002 at 01:09:40
In Reply to: Re: Hamelins-Grondines by Ellen Roche of 340

Francois Hamelin andMadeleine Aubert were my 6 GG Grandparents their son Joseph bn:1699 married Madeleine Trotier, their son Joseph bn: 1732 in Deschambault, Canada, married Marie Landry. Their son Francois Joseph bn.1775 in Groindines, married Marie Elizabeth Trottier, their son Francois bn:1810 Married Marie Bosvert . Their son Narcisse {Nelson} Theopil was born 20 Oct. 1847, he married Julie Cloutier. They moved to Wisconsin, where my Grandfather was born Joseph Bernard Hamlin, this is the point the 'e' was dropped from our name. My Grandfather married Corrine Matilda Parrish,from Lynchburg,Virginia. They moved to California and had my Father Joseph Jr.,20Nov.1921,Alan bn.1923, and Beverly bn; 1927. Joseph married Lauretta Elizabeth Mahs{nee:Loretta Elizabeth Koch}, they had Joseph Alan, Laurel Lee and Stephen John. Alan Parrish Hamlin married Cecilia Enos and had Alan Russell and Gloria Christine. Beverly Christine Hamlin Married Joseph Geisel and had Craig Randall and Karen Christine.
Joseph Alan Hamlin has Jessica Marlene and Joseph Alan Jr.,
Laurel Lee has Deborah Anne bn.1970, who married Douglas Karalun and had Corrine Elizabth on 20 Oct.1999.


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