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Re: Robert Loiselle married Millie Milller moved from Quebec, Canada to USA
Posted by: Deanna LaLonde (ID *****2380) Date: October 14, 2002 at 08:42:47
In Reply to: Re: Robert Loiselle married Millie Milller moved from Quebec, Canada to USA by Donna Dobbelaere of 214

Millie Miller was born in Aug of 1840 in Canada(probably the Quebec region) She died in Flint ,Michigan at 90 years old in her home on Damon Strret. Her husband was known as Robert Loiselle and may have died in Cheboygan, Michigan in 1897 and he would have been around 81 years old at the time he died. (not for certain though)We have found the name Emilie Legacia on a Mary France marriage certificate to William France. This Mary France may have been the daughter of Millie and Robert.I have Millie's death certificate from Flint. It listed her parents as unknown. I also have all of the names and death certificates of her children. Robert,Ernest,Nelson,Peter, and Catherine...but we do not have Mary's yet...although all obits all mention Mary France as a child or .Catherine is my great-grandmother. She married Henry Lancour..he is listed on the Durrant roll of 1910 as a full-chippewa we have all his info if needed. I have a photo of Catherine as an older woman...50's maybe. We knoe she and her mother could speak only french and that my grandmother Josephine taught Catherine English.
Nelson was a canadian civl war veteran but we do not have his military records. Do you know how to get those records in Canada
So, Josephine is my grandmother
CAtherine Loiselle Lancour Duffina my great grdmother
Millie Loiselle (Miller) my great great grandmother

I will write more later. ..wondering if Catheriine was of mixed race ...marrying chippewa men both times. If anyone knows please write...


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