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Re: Maine Pelkey Family Tree
Posted by: Pelkey (ID *****1264) Date: October 16, 2012 at 11:53:47
In Reply to: Re: Maine Pelkey Family Tree by Tim Bilodeau of 427

I would love to see the Pelkey information you have Tim Bilodeau. I'm researching the Pelkey/Pelchia/Pelletier from Aroostook Junction and Four Falls, New Brunswick area.
Thomas Edward Pelletier/Pelkey & Henrietta Everett
10 children
George Pelkey m. Lillian Day
Mary Ann Pelkey m. Stephen Nichols
Minnie Maxine Pelkey m. James McNamee
Walter Pelkey m. Myrtle Giggey
Beatrice Louise Pelkey m. Robert Russell
Thomas Edward Jr Pelkey m. Daisy Little
Albert Lewis, Sadie Inez m. 1st Inez Turner 2nd Fern McGuire
Fern LaVersa Pelkey m. 1st George Summerson 2nd Leonard Giggey Mable Alberta Pelkey m. 1st George Parks 2nd Owen Ayers
Rraised in Four Falls, New Brunswick.

I'm trying to figure out what happen to all of Thomas Edward Pelkey Sr brothers and sisters, Rose Ann, Ellen, Paul, Frederick, Albert, Sarah Elizabeth, Victoria, Walter and two other children which I do not have names.
Parents are Edward "John" Pelletier born Quebec & buried in Kenora, Ontario and his mother Mary Ann (Giberson) Pelchia is buried in The Old Methodist Cemetery in Perth Andover near her parents, she past 1875 after child birth.
I have information on the following:
Thomas Edward Pelletier/Pelchie/Pelkey m. Henrietta Everett
Rose Ann Pelletier 3 times Maines/Ryder/Swett lived Fort Fairfield & Bangor, ME
Albert Pelletier lived in Honolulu, Hawaii & LA Died in Los Angeles
Sarah Elizabeth Pelchie m. Bilodeau, Rainy River, Ontario then Winnipeg
Victoria Pelletier m. twice Everett/Grant lived in Arookstook Junction, NB
The other children seem to disappear.

Pelkey has had many different spellings their was not a right or wrong way to spell the last name in the late 1800 being so close to boarder of the US.

I'm also trying to figure out the genealogy on Edward "John" Pelletier the father to Thomas Edward Pelkey and his bothers and sisters, I know he had a older brother Alexander Pelletier that lived in Grand Falls, NB in 1860. Their seems to be two Alexander Pelkeys/Pelletier 1861-1871 census in the New Brunswick area, one living in Perth, NB and Andover, NB. Their is also a Alexander Pelletier family from Caribou Maine born in Grand Falls, NB.

Some of the family lived Edmundston NB and Fort Fairfield, Me.

I also notice that many of the Pelkeys from the NB area married a Everett from Fort Fairfield, Me.

Would love to hear from someone that has information

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