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Re: Help
Posted by: Annie Carlile (ID *****3078) Date: July 30, 2012 at 06:34:16
In Reply to: Help by Gilberte Bertrand of 16018

Hi. Here's a birth record for Osias:

"Massachusetts, Births, 1841-1915," Joseph Piere O. Beausoliel, 1890

Name:        Joseph Piere O. Beausoliel
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Event:        Birth
Event Date:        10 Jan 1890
Event Place:        Webster, Worcester, Massachusetts
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Father:        Napoleon Beausoliel, b. Canada
Occupation: Butcher       
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Mother:        Albina Pion, b. Canada
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Volume/Page/Certificate Number:        v 405 p 453
Film Number:        1428245
Digital Folder Number:        4383927
Image Number:        38
https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/FXNW-MXV

There is a "Amidas" or "Armedas", b. Feb 1894 Conn living with Napoleon & Albina Beausoleil in New London, Conn in 1900 & 1910. His WWII draft card (1942-Taftville, New London, Conn) shows his name as "Hormidas Treffle Beausoleil", b. 1 Feb 1894, with wife "Lucina" . According to his WWI draft card, he was born in Norwich, Conn. According to a tree on Ancestry, his parents were Napoleon & Albina.

Hope this helps. Annie


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