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* Occupation:Laborer (1880); RR Hand (1887); Laborer (1889, 1893); Teamster (1898, 1900, 1903); Farmer (1901); Liveryman (1904); Saw Mill Laborer (1910); Car Repairer - B & M Railroad (1911-1922); Employee - 174 State St (1928); Teamster - Lumber Company (1930)
* PROP:1930: They rented a house for $22 per month; they also owned a radio set.
* Residence:PownalTwpBenningtonCoVT 80; NPownalNY Jun87; NAdamsMA May89; WilliamstownMA Nov93 Jul98 Oct98; StamfordBenningtonCoVT 00 Mar01 & Aug02; BenningtonVT Mar04; NAdams MA 10 (4DunbarAve) 11 (82VeazieSt) 14-19 (57StateSt) 20-22 (7HookerSt) & 28-31 (16HookerSt)
* Burial:16 JAN 1934 Southview Cemetery in North Adams, Berkshire County, Massachusetts, USA
* NATU:29 AUG 1902 US Citizenship - Bennington, Bennington Co, VT
* Note:There is some mystery surrounding the life of Moses. On 26 Jun 1887, he married "Pluba" POST in Pownal, VT. The 1900 Census shows his wife as being named "Rheba," who was born May 1860 in QC. It also shows a daughter Addie born in Oct1890 (nothing more is ever found of this girl) and a son Fred born in May 1894. Well, Fred's death record shows him born on 09 Nov 1893. Which is correct? Furthermore, the 1920 and the 1930 Census returns show Moses as being married to "Mary," who was born in QC in about 1872. The 1920 Census also shows several more children for Moses: Harry (b ca 1901 VT), Henry (b ca 1903 VT), and Budgisol (b ca 1908 MA) (nothing more is ever found of this girl either). In VT vital records, there is a birth record for a male child (no doubt our Harry) born in Stamford, VT, on 31 Mar 1901 to Moses ARBOUR and "Libbie," who was born in Plattsburg, NY. However, a check of Pownal, VT, records shows a death record for Harry Joseph ARBOURborn in Stamford, VT (ok here), to Moses ARBOUR and "Philomene ALLARD." Who is she? In addition, VT vital records show the birth of Henry Albert ARBOUR on 4 Feb 1903 to Moses ARBOUR and "Thebie" POST (or PORT, handwriting is poor). Accordingto the same source, this Thebie was born about 1866 in Burlington, VT. Is Pluba, Rheba, Libbie, and Theba all the same woman? How does one explain Rheba (b 1860 QC), Libbie (b NY), and Theba (b 1866 VT)? Also, how does Mary fit in here? Is Philomene ALLARD someone whom Moses married later in life?
--> Note added on 16 Sep 2011: How is it that dau Irene's mother was listed as Phoebe ALLARD in 1898, when Moses did not marry Ms. ALLARD until 1904? It is all very confusing.
--> At the time of Moses death, no wife was mentioned in his obituary. Interesting.

North Adams Transcript (MA) -- Saturday 10 Dec 1898
H. W. Allsop has sent one team and Moses Arbour sent two teams to Bennington, VT, to work on bridges being built to replace those which were swept away by the big washout last fall.

North Adams Transcript (MA) -- Wednesday 14 Dec 1898
Moses Arbour and Harry Allsop, who went to Bennington last week with teams to draw stone for a large wall that is being built in consequence of the big washout last fall, returned the day after they went, the conditions being found quite different from what they expected. They say they were given a box stall for a bedroom and that their teams were placed in a very dangerous position at the quarry, large stones being swung by derricks directly over the horses. One horse on the job was ruined by a 4200-pound rock hitting him and there have been several narrow escapes.

North Adams Transcript (MA) -- Wednesday 28 Dec 1898
Moses Arbour sent two teams yesterday to Bennington, VT, to work on the wood job of Carpenter & Canedy.

Index Card from Moses' Naturalization Record:
Name: Moses Arbour
Birth Date: 1863
Birth Place: Canada
Age at event: 39
Place of Residence: Stanford, VT
Court: Bennington Municipal Court, Bennington, VT
Date of Action: 29 Aug 1902
Collection Title: Index to New England Naturalization Petitions, 1791-1906 (M1299)
NARA Series#: M1299; Roll#: 48; Roll Description: A536 (A.) - B226 (Pietro)

North Adams Transcript (MA) -- Monday 28 Dec 1925
Moses Arbour of North Adams visitng at the home of his sister Mrs. Eva Nadeau Friday.

North Adams Transcript (MA) -- Wednesday 24 Nov 1926
Moses Arbour of North Adams was a Sunday guest of Mrs. Eva Nedeau.

North Adams Transcript (MA) -- Friday 03 Jan 1934
Mrs. Minnie Nadeau has been called to North Adams by the serious illness of her brother Moses Arbour.

North Adams Transcript (MA) -- Monday 15 Jan 1934
Moise Arbour, 72, a resident of North Adams for more than half a century, died at his home on Morris Street on Saturday morning at 11:15 o'clock following an illness of 9 days. He was a native of Canada. For more than 40 years, he was employed by the Boston & Maine Railroad and later was employed by the Dibble Lumber Company. He retired three years ago. Mr. Arbour was a member of the Veterans' Railway Association and Notre Dame Church. He was widely known in this city and highlyesteemed. His survivors are a daughter Mrs. Bernadette Meekins of this city; four sons, Edward, Henry, and Harry Arbour of this city, and Frederick Arbour of Mechanicville, NY; a stepson Victor Parenteau of Montague City; a stepdaughter Mrs.Anna Prescott of Bermuda; three sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Lozo and Mrs. EvaNadeau of North Pownal, VT, and Mrs. George Wells, of this city; and four brothers, Joseph, Albert, and John of this city, and Edward Arbour of Mechanicville. The funeralwill be held tomorrow morning at 9 o'clock in Notre Dame Church. Burial will be in Southview Cemetery.

North Adams Transcript (MA) -- Tuesday 16 Jan 1934
Funeral services for Moise Arbour of 64 Morris Street, who died on Saturday, were held this morning at 9 o'clock in Notre Dame Church with Rev. Eugene StMartin officiating at a mass of requiem. The services were largely attended and there were many floral tributes. Burial was in Southview Cemetery with Rev. C. H. Jeannette officiating. The bearers were Daniel Horn, James Molloy, Frank Purtell, Edward Meekins, Louis Viens, and Thomas Marshall. 
ARBOUR Moses (9344I)
* Occupation:Printer (1891); Typographer (1892, 1901); Head of a Printing Workshop (1911); Master Printer (1931)
* Note:Pierre-Alexis was not listed with his parents in the 1881 Census. Perhaps he had already left home and moved to Montreal to begin his career as a printer. In 1901, Pierre earned $1200 as a typographer. Furthermore, there is considerable history of the building in which Pierre located his printing business, According toMorrey's Classified Business Directory in 1899, a printing and publishing business known as Arbour & Laperle was located at 421 St Paul St in Montreal -- now at the address known as 171 rue Saint-Paul Ouest. Printer Pierre-Alexis Arbour was noted as Tenant from c.1895 to c. 1910, during which time he rented the building fromthe Corporation of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Montreal. Pierre was in partnership with Omer C. LAPERLE and then Charles DUPONT. According to Denis ARBOUR, Oscar LAPERLE was Pierre-Alexis' business partner. Later -- c. 1905 -- Pierre-Alexishad a new business partner by the name of Charles DUPONT and Arbour & Laperle changed to Arbour & Dupont.

Note added 16 Sep 2008: Apparently Pierre-Alexis took a trip to England during 1925. On 7 Nov 1925, he sailed from Southampton, England, aboard the Ausonia bound for Quebec City, QC. He was eventually to travel to 80 St Joseph Blvd West, Montreal, QC. 
ARBOUR Pierre Alexis (20731I)
* Occupation:Roman Catholic Nun; Nun/Servant (1910); Teacher (1917); Sister (1923)
* Immigration:BET 1896 AND 1923 from Canada to USA
* Baptism:10 DEC 1867 Ste-Therese, Terrebonne County, Quebec, Canada
* Event:Godparents Olivier DESCHAMBAULT and ... DESJARDINS
* Note:Clarisse was also known as Sister Marie-de-Ste-Eustelle.

According to the 1901 Census, Clarisse (aka Claris) was born on 03 Jun 1868.

On 17 Jul 1917, Clarissa travelled to the US via the port of St Albans, VT, to visit Holy Angels Convent in St Albans, where she ended up staying for 2 years. She was noted to be 5'5" tall with a medium complexion, brown hair, and brown eyes.

In Jun 1923, Clarice again travelled to the US via the port of Montreal, QC, to a convent in New Bedford, MA. This time, she was noted to be 5'6" tall with a medium complexion, grey hair, and brown eyes. 
ARBOUR Marie Clarisse Albina (25666I)
+11/05/1776 de HOCHART marie marguerite 88 ans épouse de SAISON jean martin témoins : SAISON Jacques fils et BELVA jean françois beua fils 
HOCHART Marie Marguerite (35026I)
Famille 458654U
Famille 125571U
16 ans au recensement de 1901 à St-Tite de Champlain (Rf: 1901 Census of Canada Page Information
District: QU CHAMPLAIN (#146) Subdistrict: Saint-Tite) 25 ans au recensement de 1911 à St-Timothée (Rf: 1911 Census of Canada Quebec Champlain 37 St. Timothée) 
TRAHAN Ovila (305474I)
1647 à Aire : Jan COCUD labour à Warnes, fils et her de déffuncts Martin COCUD et Isabeau DE CANLERS ; en ceste ville le 1/12/1621 par les dits Martin et sa dite femme, déffuncts, au proffit de feu Mre Jacques DESCAMPS ; transport d'icelle rente à Aire le 21/6/1631 par Damlle Margueritte DELEFLIE vefve du dit feu DESCAMPS, au proffit de feu Jacques SARRAZIN, vivant alphere de la compagnie de feu Monsieur le Comte de Busquoy, demt à Hesdin ; hipotecque à Blessy le 12/10/1640. Au proffit de Damlle Anne LEJOSNE vefve du dit feu SARRAZIN, de Pernes

1656 à Aire : Mre Lambert COCUD pbre, Jan COCUD labourier à Rincq, Adrien JUDA labourier à Blessy (barré : et Margte COCUD sa femme), iceux COCUD enffans et hers de feuz Martin et Isabeau DE CANLERS ; le 1/12/1621 les dits Martin COCUD et sa femme au proffit de Mre Jacques DESCAMPS. Au proffit de Damlle Marie DESCAMPS maitresse des filles dévotaires de St Franchois d'icelle ville d'Aire, ayante le droict par transport d'icelle rente des enffans de Monsieur SARASIN.

1661 à Aire : Robert RICAME mannouvrier demt à Aire et Susanne BACHELET sa femme; de Jacques COCHART marischal demt en la dite ville et Margueritte LEGRAND sa femme; rente créé par Martin COCUD labour demt à Ham paroisse de Blessy et Isabeau DE CANLERS sa femme, au prouffit de Mre Jacques DESCHAMPS greffier de ceste ville, le 1/12/1621, transport de Damlle Margueritte DELEFLIE vefve du dit DESCHAMPS, au proffict de Jacques SARAZIN frére utérin à la dite BACHELET, du quelelle est here, le 20/6/1631, reconnu par Martin et Phles COCUD enffans et hers du dit Martin, au prouffit de Damlle Anne LEJOEUSNE vefve du dit SARAZIN, le 28/4/1637, reconnu par Jan COCUD au proffict de la dite Damlle LE JOEUSNE, le 26/10/1647. Additif le 3/3/1662 à Aire : Toussaint RICAME fils à marier de Robert et Susanne BACHELEZ, Marie LESTOCART aussy fille à marier, de la dite Susanne, dems à Lillers 
COCU(D) Martin (43877I)
1651 transport du 28/11/1651 ...................une rente créée par Jean DECOCQ fils d' Eustache, labour à Eperlecques et Jeanne HIELLE sa femme .......... 
DECOCQ Jean (132319I)
1714 (n°109)

Jean FIOLET jh à marier demeurant à Arques fils de feus Jean et Marie Jeanne CARON.
contracte avec
Marie CLAIRE LEFEBVRE veuve de Claude SELLIER, demeurant à Arques 
Famille 319507U
1949 University of Detroit in Detroit, MI:

Patricia was selected for membership in Alpha Chi Tau, the Women's Activities Honor Society -- to promote social activities among the members and to promote the ideal of proper balance in the activites of the women students of the University. A member could only be selected by applying and having a sufficiently high scholastic average and having attained a minimum number of activity points.

From her senior entry . . .
Candidates for Degrees -- Commerce and Finance
14286 Rochelle, Detroit
Sr. Class Secretary; Alpha Chi Tau; Sodality; Phi Gamma Nu 
UNKNOWN Patricia Betty (206I)
1951 Louisiana State University
Seniors -- College of Agriculture
ARBOUR, VIRGINIA, Baton Rouge; Vice=President, Delta Zeta; Lambda; Vice-President of Freshman Class; Student Senate.

The Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA) -- Thursday 20 Jun 2013
Virgnia Arbour Tomeny
Virginia was a homemaker and a native and resident of Baton Rouge. She died peacefully at 3:00 am Thursday, 20 June 2013, at her residence. She was 84. Visitation will be held at Rabenhorst Funeral Home East, 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm Friday. Visitation will resume Saturday at St Thomas More Catholic Church from 10:00 am until the Mass of Christian Burial at 11:30 am, conducted by the Rev. Thomas Duhe. Interment will follow at Roselawn Memorial Park. Virginia is survived by her daughters: Erin Tomeny Kurtz and husband James W. Kurtz, and Elizabeth Tomeny Ritchie; her sons: T. Stephen Tomeny, Jr. & Teddine Andrus, Patrick J. Tomeny & wife Ellen Grace Tomeny, and Timothy R. Tomeny; sisters: Eloise Arbour Selig, and Sister Jane Louise Arbour, CSJ; 10 grandchildren: Sara T. Rounds & husband Brian, Lauren A. Tomeny MD, Katherine T. Richardson & husband Ethan, Ted S. Tomeny, James Tomeny, Thomas Tomeny, Mary Katherine Ritchie, John Ritchie, Robert Ritchie, and KatieKurtz; one great-grandson: Garen Rounds. She was preceded in death by her husband: Theodore S. Tomeny; infant daughter: Frances Carol Tomeny; parents: Sidney Vincent Arbour, Sr. & Julia Bahlinger Arbour; siblings: Sidney V. Arbour,Jr., Katherine Arbour Hannaman, Gertie Lee Arbour McNeely, J.B. Arbour and Robert F. Arbour. She was a member of St Thomas More Catholic Church, a graduate of St Joseph's Academy and LSU, and was a member of the Junior League of Baton Rouge. Memorial donations may be made to Hospice of Greater Baton Rouge, St Joseph Academy or Catholic High School. A guest registry is available at 
ARBOUR Virginia Mary (33652I)
1975 University of Detroit in Detroit, MI:
Graduates -- Arts and Sciences
EDMUND P. ARBOUR, PhB, 8778 Quincy, Detroit. Philosophy

Detroit Free Press (MI) -- 13 Mar 2007
ARBOUR EDMUND PAUL 77, of Farmington, 11 March 2007. Beloved husband of 47 years to Ethel Jane. Loving father of Laura (Richard) Dinon, Paul (Paola), Frank (Rhonda), David (Eva), and Stephen. Cherished grandfather of eight. Also survived by many additional family and friends. Funeral Mass Wednesday, 14 March, 1 pm (in state 12:30 pm) at St Gerald Church, 21300 Farmington Rd., Farmington. Visitation Tuesday 2-8 pm, with a 7 pm Rosary, at the Heeney-Sundquist Funeral Home, 23720 Farmington Rd., (btw 9-10 Mile Rds., just N. of Grand River), downtown Farmington (248-474-5200). Those who wish to further honor the memory of Mr. Arbour may do so by making a contribution to American Heart Association, 
ARBOUR Edmund Paul (11929I)
1er mariage : 3 juillet 1736 à Pondichéry
ALLEIGNE Jean, âgé de 22 ans, né à Charlieu, armurier, et Marie Elisabeth Hémonneau, âgée de 14 ans, née à Pondichéry, fille de Jean-Baptiste Hémonneau, sergent, et d'Elisabeth Saffart.
Sophie ONRAET (sonraet) 
Famille 329518U
2 ans au recensement de 1911 à St-Barnabé (Rf. 1911 Census of Canada 1911 Quebec Trois-Rivières-St. Maurice 4 St. Barnabé) 
GÉLINAS Rose (151622I)
comparurent michel CAPPELLE manouvrier demeurant à ??? veuf en premières noces de marie jeanne MARQUISE et fils de Jean CAPPELLE et de marie louise DUMI?? d'une part (fort probablement dumilon ,il existe un contrat pour ce couple 1711 acte157)
marie louise BENDE fille à marier de jacques BENDE journalier demeurant à Helfaut et de jeanne françoise DELATTRE assistée et accompagnée par ses dits père et mère 
Famille 266356U
22 ans au recensement de 1901, (Rf: District: QU MASKINONGÉ (#168) Saint-Paulin j-1 National Archives, Microfilm T-6530 
GARCEAU Georges (146792I)
23 ans au recensement de 1891 à St-Barnabé (Rf: Archives Nationales), 33 ans au recensement de 1901, (Rf: District: QU TROIS-RIVIÈRES & SAINT-MAURICE (#198) Saint-Barnabé, National Archives Microfilm T-6548) 43 ans au recensement de 1911 àSt-Barnabé (Rf. 1911 Census of Canada
1911 Quebec Trois-Rivières-St. Maurice 4 St. Barnabé)

13 ans au recensement de 1881 (Recensement 1881 Archives Canada) 
GÉLINAS Evariste (151505I)
24.12.1702 + MASSE Marie 64 a demeurant à Lillers veuve de VISCART Michel témoins : Viscart Jean François, enfant Viscart Marc enfant (il écrit VIGNART !) 
MAES Marie Claire (126050I)
3 ans au recensement de 1911 à St-Barnabé (Rf. 1911 Census of Canada 1911 Quebec Trois-Rivières-St. Maurice 4 St. Barnabé) 
GÉLINAS Marie-Blanche (151606I)
6 ans en 1919 (Rf: St-Joseph de Mékinac 100 ans d'histoire - familles recensées en 1919) C'est à l'age de 3 ans qu' il arrive à St-Joseph de Mékinac avec ses parents. Son travail se partage entre le métier de cultivateur, le travail enforêt qui s'étent de l'automne jusqu'au printemps, il y travaille soit comme charretier, bucheron ou encore il est contracteur. Le travail à la drave occupe une partie de son temps le printemps et au début de l'été, il est aussihabile dansles travaux de forge. 
BOISVERT Jeffrey (64532I)
60 ans (veuve) au recensement de 1901 à St-Tite de Champlain (Rf: 1901 Census of Canada Page Information District: QU CHAMPLAIN (#146) Subdistrict: Saint-Tite)
69 ans (veuve) au recensement de 1911 à St-Timothée (Rf: 1911 Census of Canada Quebec Champlain 37 St. Timothée) 
HUDON BEAULIEU Marie-Appoline (178420I)
8 ans au recensement de 1901, (Rf: District: QU MASKINONGÉ (#168) Saint-Paulin j-1 National Archives, Microfilm T-6530 
BEAULIEU Hervé (50114I)
8 ans au recensement de 1911 à St-Barnabé (Rf. 1911 Census of Canada 1911 Quebec Trois-Rivières-St. Maurice 4 St. Barnabé) 
GÉLINAS Joseph-Evariste (151574I)
9 ans au recensement de 1901 à St-Tite de Champlain (Rf: 1901 Census of Canada Page Information
District: QU CHAMPLAIN (#146) Subdistrict: Saint-Tite) 19 ans au recensement de 1911 à St-Tite de Champlain (Rf: 1911 Census of Canada Quebec Champlain 38 St. Tite) 
BÉDARD Ernestine (51970I)

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