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Re: Roger Letendre Batoshe
Posted by: Linda D (ID *****1208) Date: January 27, 2008 at 16:07:16
In Reply to: Re: Roger Letendre Batoshe by Loretta Botosh of 141

From my Delorme files I have the following:
Julie Delorme (d/o Joseph Delorme and Brigitte Plouf dit Villebrun) married Louis Letendre (b. 1826, married about 1848, died after 1871). Julie and Louis had the following children: Louis Roger (b. 11 Jul 1849); Francois Xavier (b. 21 Jan 1851); Clemence (b. 16 Nov. 1852); Louis (b. 22 Dec 1854); Baptiste (b. abt 1858); Alexandre (b. 12 Oct 1859); Andre (b. 24 Nov 1861); Sarah (b. 16 Aug 1864); Helene (b. abt. 1868).

Louis Roger married Cecile Desjarlais. They had the following children: Elzear James (b. 8 Apr 1872); Caroline (b. Nov. 1873); Rosalie (b. 24 July 1876); Delia Justine (b. 21 Nov. 1878); Louis Joseph Letendre dit Batoshe (b. 18 Feb 1880).

Louis Joseph Letendre dit Batoshe married Anna Sophia Aamodt 30 May 1910 in Leo, Minnesota. They had the following children: Cecilia (b. 11 Sep 1910); Mary (b. 3 Nov 1912); Hilda (b. 2 Sep 1913); William (b. 19 May 1918); Norman James Roger (b. 27 Jan 1920); Mae (b. 6 May 1922); Caroline (b. 18 May 1925); Francis (b. 29 Jan 1928). They were all born in Greenbush, Minnesota where the above families had settled.

Let me know if that's right or wrong.


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