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1910 Mass census, Chabot/Shabbot/Chabotte
Posted by: Kimberly Thorne (ID *****8875) Date: January 17, 2007 at 10:31:59
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In the 1910 Mass census, Cambridge Ward 7, Middlesex County, there is a Nelson Shabbot and wife Annie living with a family named Monkhouse. What I am trying to find out is what Annie's maiden name was, or if anyone knows about her family. Where were Nelson and Annie married and where is Annie buried? They have one child in the marriage and it is listed as deceased on the census. Annie dies before 1920, because Nelson is listed on the census by himself and in 1920 he is married Albina L'ussier (my great grandmother) and he is deceased in 1927 and buried at Sacred Heart Cemetery in New Bedford Mass. also, according to this 1910 census, Annie is his 2nd marriage. Does anyone know how to find out about the first wife and her family? I'm hoping someone out there knows something about Nelson or Annie or can give me some leads to follow. I don't really know where I should look from here, and am at a brick wall, because i have no other information. I have been told that Nelson had a sister, but at the moment her name escapes me. Please help, anyone out there...


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