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Re: Leboeufs-Fiskdale Mass.
Posted by: Diane Goyette Date: December 23, 2001 at 04:37:30
In Reply to: Leboeufs-Fiskdale Mass. by John Dupre' of 428

See attached info referencing Moise-are we on the same family? I show a reference to Fiskdale through Jean -Baptiste LeBoeuf, who had at least one son Joseph A. (died of a ruptured appendix at age 23 in 1917) born in Fiskdale.

>From Webster Town Hall Records, determined these individuals to be the
children of Moise and Melanie (also listed as Eulalie?) LeDuc, as well
as Melanie and Celina:
Joseph
Leon Joseph (my g-grandfather)
Hormidas
Melchior
Prosper

Also inclined to think Jean Baptiste was their child, but haven't
located him yet.

There was also a death listed for a Joseph A. LeBoeuf, born in Fiskdale
MA, son of Jean-Baptiste and Mary Langlais. Died 7-12-1917 at the age of
23 years, 9 months, 13 days, of General Septicemia following operation
of a ruptured appendix. Buried in Sacred Heart.

Another death of Mary LeBoeuf on 8-16-31, 1 hr old. Infant death caused
by newborn Acephalus. Child of Edmond Leboeuf and Eva Chauvin.





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