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Re: earching for information about Mary(Minnie)Arsenault married name Robichaud
Posted by: Thomas Murray (ID *****5502) Date: April 09, 2012 at 17:29:07
In Reply to: earching for information about Mary(Minnie)Arsenault married name Robichaud by Kelly Wagstaff of 4952

JOHN ROBICHAUD b. 'Longieville' (Loggieville?), Chatham Parish, Northumberland Co., NB 10FEB1887 (MAY1887 in 1911), m. MARY (MINNIE) ARSENEAU (b. NOV 1885, m. 2nd Northumberrland Co., NB 28MAY1919 Thomas Alfred Dick (b. Chatham Parish, Northumberland Co., NB ca. 1871; m. 1st Katherine Currie), s/o William and Mary (Johnstone) Dick), d/o Calixte (Calixtus) Alexander and Mary Madeline (Glazier) Arseneau.
In Newcastle Parish in 1911.
In Newcastle Parish, in 1901, was a Minnie Arseneau b. 1890. This date-of-birth seems questionable as just the year is given, where, with the rest of the family, the full date is given. Parents were Calixte (7JAN1856) and Mary G. (MAY1865) Arseneau. The youngest child was James Arseneau (29OCT1898.) A birth record gives Minnie as Mary Magdeline Arseneau b. Little Shippegan, Gloucester Co., NB 13NOV1888, d/o Calixte Alexander and Mary Madeline (Glasier (Glazier)) Arseneau. Calixte Alexander and Mary Madeline (Glazier)) Arseneau also had a daughter, Mary Margaret Selina Arseneau b. 12AUG1902 in Chatham Parish. When Mary Margaret got her birth registered (1931) Mrs. Mary Dick (ne้ Mary Arseneau) attested to the birth information signing as a parent (?). It would seem that Mary Dick obviously is not a parent, so is most likely a sister, therefore the Minnie in 1901 and the Mary Magdeline in the birth record. Calixte was b. PEI and is French, and Mary Madeline Glazier was b. Shippagan, NB, and was 'German'. That Calixtus and Mary (Glazier) Arseneau were Minnie's parents is confirmed by her marriage record in 1919.
Calixtus Arseneaux b. 7JAN1856, s/o Fabian and Magdalen (Perry) Arseneaux was baptized in St. Simon & St. Jude Roman Catholic Church, Tignish, PEI 26APR1856. See also:
http://genforum.genealogy.com/arsenault/messages/2263.html
I think Mary Madeline Glazier was Mary Glazier age 18 in Shippagan (Shippegan), Glocester Co., NB in 1881. Her parents were Joseph (ca. 1836) and 'Celina' (ca. 1840) Glazier. In 1871, they were Joseph (ca. 1834) and 'Silina' (ca. 1844) 'Glasor', living with his parents, Edward (ca. 1790) and 'Margret' (ca. 1811) 'Glasor'. Joseph and his parents were French and from Quebec. Mary was b. ca. 1863.
Joseph's wife, Selena, was Selena (Celina) Drysdale. See:
http://www.wiseowlgenealogy.com/Godin/html/fam/fam00480.html
Children:

1. GEORGE ROBICHAUD b. FEB1909

2. JOSEPH CALIXTE ROBICHAUD b. Douglastown, Northumberland Co., NB 25NOV1910

3. MARY EMMA ROBICHAUD b. Chatham Parish, Northumberland Co., NB 31MAR1912

4. JOSEPH SIMON (DICK) ROBICHAUD b. Chatham Parish, Northumberland Co., NB 28FEB1914

Thomas


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