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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
 
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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 (40588I)
 
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20/07/1748
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
 
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22 ans au recensement de 1901, (Rf: District: QU MASKINONGÉ (#168) Saint-Paulin j-1 National Archives, Microfilm T-6530 
GARCEAU Georges (39325I)
 
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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 (40571I)
 
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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)
 
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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 (40584I)
 
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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 (16118I)
 
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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 (47311I)
 
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8 ans au recensement de 1901, (Rf: District: QU MASKINONGÉ (#168) Saint-Paulin j-1 National Archives, Microfilm T-6530 
BEAULIEU Hervé (11626I)
 
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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 (40580I)
 
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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 (12194I)
 
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Emma was baptised at St Ann's with the name Aimee-Anne-Jane DUPUIS, but was always known as Emma. Emma's second husband, James GARRITY, owned a livery stable in Waubaushene, but the family later moved to Toronto. During the Depression, times were hard so the family was forced to move in with Emma's sister Marie. Marie and her family lived in South Porcupine, which was a mining community in the northern part of Ontario. It seems as though the mines were less impacted by the Depression than other industries. 

DUPUIS Emma (1446I)
 
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02 Mar 1911 -- Marie-Germaine-Rachelle-Yvette-Lilianne ARBOUR may well win the prize for the longest name. Not many come close. Born in Verner, ON, Lilianne was 1 of 4 children of farmer Joseph-Alexis ARBOUR and his wife Marie-Louise-Virginie-Angelina CHAMPAGNE. She married later in life when she wed Cyrias StGEORGES on 24 May 1954 in Lavigne, ON. They had no children together. Lilianne was 81-years old when she passed away on 01 Dec 1992 in Sturgeon Falls, ON. It is unknown when or where Cyrias died 

ARBOUR Germaine Rachel Yvette Lilianne (5805I)
 
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08 May 1908 -- Born in Lavigne, Ontario, Joseph-Wallace-"Albert" ARBOUR was the 2nd of 17 children of farmer Joseph-Oscar ARBOUR and his wife Albina BEAUDRY. As a young man, Oscar had moved with his family from Ste-Emelie, Quebec to northern Ontario. It was in the community of Lavigne, that all of Oscar and Albina's children were born and where their legacy continues through today. Albert found his own wife in Lavigne and married her there on 15 June 1943. Laurianna GIGUERE was also hearty and from strong pioneering stock. She and Albert brought 7 children into this world: Claude, Emilien,Gerard, Marthe, Jean-Marc, Denise, and Therese. In about 1946, the young family moved from Lavigne to Sturgeon Falls, Ontario,where Albert died on 17 June 1996, at the age of 88. He was buried in the Our Lady of the Visitation Catholic Cemetery in Lavigne. Laurianna then moved back to Lavigne, where she still lived in February 2003. Albert and Laurianna were both able to welcome all 15 of their grandchildren, but Albert passed away before meeting their 8 great-grandchildren.He had 7 Living Arbour 

ARBOUR Wallace-Albert (4989I)
 
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11 Mar 1864 -- Born in Montreal, QC, Joseph-"Alexandre"-Olivier ARBOUR was one of 13 children born to Louis ARBOUR and Elise BEAUDRY. As a lad, Alexandre appears to have had a small dalliance withMarie-Azilda BEAUTRON-MAJOR and then choseto do the honorable thing. The young couple was married in Montreal on 19 Apr 1880, when Alexandre was just 16-years old. Their daughter Marie-Azilda ARBOURwas born a scant 5 months later. Little Azilda died less than 2-years later and her mother followed her to the grave in 1884. The laborer and journeyman then began a new life when he wed Marguerite LENOIR-ROLLAND in Montreal on 03 Jan 1889. Twelve children were born to them over the next 20 years, eventually bringing them 17 grandchildren. Alexandre never met any of them, however, as he passed away in Montreal on 09 Sep 1911, at just 47 years of age. Marguerite was a grandmother 9 times over before meeting her demise on 30 Jun 1930. Both were buried in Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Catholic Cemetery in Montreal. 

MAJOR Azilda (11978I)
 
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11 Mar 1864 -- Born in Montreal, QC, Joseph-"Alexandre"-Olivier ARBOUR was one of 13 children born to Louis ARBOUR and Elise BEAUDRY. As a lad, Alexandre appears to have had a small dalliance withMarie-Azilda BEAUTRON-MAJOR and then choseto do the honorable thing. The young couple was married in Montreal on 19 Apr 1880, when Alexandre was just 16-years old. Their daughter Marie-Azilda ARBOURwas born a scant 5 months later. Little Azilda died less than 2-years later and her mother followed her to the grave in 1884. The laborer and journeyman then began a new life when he wed Marguerite LENOIR-ROLLAND in Montreal on 03 Jan 1889. Twelve children were born to them over the next 20 years, eventually bringing them 17 grandchildren. Alexandre never met any of them, however, as he passed away in Montreal on 09 Sep 1911, at just 47 years of age. Marguerite was a grandmother 9 times over before meeting her demise on 30 Jun 1930. Both were buried in Notre-Dame-des-Neiges Catholic Cemetery in Montreal. 

ARBOUR Alexandre Olivier (1442I)
 
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12 April 1881 -- Born in Ste-Emelie-de-l'Energie, QC, Joseph-Alexis ARBOUR was the 2nd of 9 children of farmer Marie-Joseph ARBOUR and Alphonsine DUCHARME. While Alexis was just a teenager, his father Joseph decided to leave what must have been fast-becoming the crowded confines of Ste-Emelie. In the spring of 1899, the whole family arrived on the train in Verner, ON; they then continued on toLavigne, ON. In 1901, the family was found living in MacPherson Township, ON, which is where the community of Lavigne is located within Nipissing District. That year, Joseph and the 3 eldest surviving sons, including Alexis, worked their farm. In Verner on 10 August 1908, Alexis married an older woman when he wed 37-year oldMarie-Louise-Virginie-Angelina CHAMPAGNE. They then had 4 children together, 3 daughters and one son who was born when Evelina was almost 43-years old. Evelina was 79-years old when she died in Lavigne on 02 April 1949. Alexis was 76-years old when he died in Lavigne on 09 March 1958. Both of them were buried in Our Lady of the Visitation Catholic Cemetery in Lavigne. Only one grandchild is known for them. 

ARBOUR Alexis (2342I)
 
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17 April 1852 -- Born in Joliette City, QC, Ours-Joseph ARBOUR was the 3rd of 12 children of farmer Sulpice-Edouard ARBOUR and his wife Esther TRUDEAU. Somewhat atypical for our ARBOURs, Ours appears to have remained in one place his entire life, as he has been located in Joliette City from beginning to end. As a young man, Ours worked as a baker (1881) but later returned to his farming roots and became a farmer (1901). In St-Liguori, QC, on 15 May 1883, our 31-year old Ours married 17-year old Marie-Zephirina GRENIER. Together Ours and Zephirina had 9 children, 3 of whom died in childhood. During the 1901 Census, Ours and family lived in Breau Moulin -- possibly the name of their farm -- which was in St-Charles-de-Borromèe parish in Joliette City. They owned a 3-room house plus 5 outbuildings on 162 acres. How they ever fit 9 people in a 3-room house is probably beyond the comprehension of most of us today. Ours died shortly after this on 21 February 1902, just shy of his 50th birthday. Widowed Zephirina married Narcisse DUVAL on 12 April 1909. She was further alive during the Census of 1911, but nothing is known of her beyond this. 

ARBOUR Ours (1544I)
 
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22 March 1908 - Born in Mont-Laurier, QC, Joseph-Pierre-"Florent" ARBOUR was the 2nd of 11 children born to farmer Adelard ARBOUR and Catherine FENNING. Florent married 22-year old Odile-"Fernande" BEAUREGARD on 09 May 1936 in St-Jean-sur-Lac, QC. Between 1937 and about 1960, they had 14 children, 7 daughters and 7 sons, all born in Labelle County, QC. Florent was just shy of his 76th birthdaywhen he died in Mont-Laurier on 06 February 1984. Fernande had just reached her 76thbirthday when she died there on 22 June 1990. Help is desperately needed to complete this branch of our tree. 

ARBOUR Joseph Pierre "Florent" (4974I)
 
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25 April 1907 -- Born in Waubaushene, Ontario, Marie-"Velma"-Vatrina ARBOUR was the youngest of 6 daughters of lumber mill worker Napoleon ARBOUR and his wife Marie-Emma DUPUIS. Her parents likelywould have had more children, but Napoleondied when Velma was just one-year old. After her father's death, Emma married James GARRITY. During the Depression, this blended family moved to mining country in northern Ontario. It was here that Velma married in Timmins, ON, on 16 February1934, to James FELL. Velma and James had 4 children, 3 daughters and one son. James passed away sometime before 1996. Velma died between March 2000 and January 2003. It is unknown how many grandchildren they may have. 

ARBOUR Velma (7148I)
 
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25 May 1910 -- Born in Waubaushene, Ontario, Mary-May ARBOUR was the 11th of 13 children of farmer, millhand, and general laborer Alfred-Joseph ARBOUR and his wife Mary THERRIEN. One month before her 18th birthday, May married 22-year oldJoseph Charles BOLYEA in Port Severn, ON, on 16 April 1928. Joe worked as a farmer and a mason in the local area. All of May and Joe's children were born in nearby North River, ON, but only 2 daughters and a son grew to adulthood: Yvonne, Burt, and Velma. May was 62 when she passed away in Toronto, ON, on 12 October 1973. Joe was 78 when he died in Coldwater, ON, on 04 October 1984. They were both buried in the City Cemetery in Coldwater, a town in which they had lived for many years. May and Joe can claim 11 grandchildren and at least 25 great-grandchildren. 

ARBOUR Marie May (5881I)
 
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: At some point prior to 1891, Domithilde's natural parents -- Narcisse TALBOT and Marie-Louise PARENT -- must have died. She then came into the care of her Uncle George and Aunt Malvina. They became her parents and she lived with them the rest of her years. Like her mother and sister before her, Domithilde died young; she was just 17-years old when she passed away. 

ARBOUR-TALBOT Domithilde (7348I)
 
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: At some point prior to 1891, Domithilde's natural parents -- Narcisse TALBOT and Marie-Louise PARENT -- must have died. She then came into the care of her Uncle George and Aunt Malvina. They became her parents and she lived with them the rest of her years. Like her mother and sister before her, Domithilde died young; she was just 17-years old when she passed away. 

ARBOUR Domithilde (7347I)
 
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After their wedding, the young couple may have initially settled in Ste-Emelie-de-l'Energie but probably moved on after a short time. By 1911, they apparently lived in Labelle County, Quebec, and eventually had four sons and seven daughters. They also became godparents to nephew Donat BLAIS while still in Ste-Emelie in May 1905. 

ARBOUR Adelard (1269I)
 

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