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Re: Leduc Family of Quebec,Canada 1850
Posted by: Nancy Curtis (ID *****8978) Date: November 23, 2003 at 07:54:43
In Reply to: Leduc Family of Quebec,Canada 1850 by Nan Curtis of 624

His wife: Mary Elizabeth Lancaster/b 8 March 1856
They married 16 October, 1889 (Marriage Records, Oregon)

We have found the listing in the Census Informations:
Birth: 1850/1856- May be misinterpreted by someone else. I am guessing he was closer to 1856. A traveling musician he spent time in Baker, OR, WA, Lewiston, ID.

1856: Born-Valleyfield, or Montreal (Valleyfield a subarb of Montreal area/about 30/miles away)

1872: Immigrated to the United States aged 16/y

1880: Census His Location Unknown at this time.

1889: Zoe LeDuc b in August 1889

1889: Married Mary Mickey (Mry Elizabeth Lancaster) in October 1889

1890: Census Sumpter, Baker County, OR states he was born in CANADA,and so were both parents.

1891: LeRoy Leander LeDue b November 1891 Baker City, Baker Co., OR

1892: Naturalized, Where we do not know.

1894: Jesse Wallace LeDue b April 1894 Milton, Umatilla Co., OR

1896: Bessie A. LeDue b April 1896 in Lewiston, ID

1898: Letter says they are back in Baker City, Baker Co., OR

1900: Census Sumpter, Baker Co., OR and Widowed at time of Census (May)
George Laduce found in:
Census Microfilm Records: Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, 1900
Lived in: North Sumpter Precinct, Baker County, Oregon
Series: T623 Microfilm: 1345 Book: 1 Page: 141

1900: Spouse passes in Sumpter, Baker Co., OR

1910: Could Be Him.
Census/ logger Dayton, Mason Co., WA 158 330A Line 25: To me it looks like it says
Geo. LeDuc born in Canada, and both parents born in Canada. Aged 51/ would make him born in 1859
1910: Census Index says that son Jesse W. LeDue is on the WA/NV/OR/ID
1910: Census (Must be in Baker County, OR. as his daughter married there in 1912 in Baker City, Baker Co., OR.
George Leduc found in:

1910 Census Microfilm Records: Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, 1910
More Information
1912: Bessie A.LeDue , James Ray Crimin in Baker City, Baker Co., OR
1919: Son Jesse Wallace LeDue m in Toppenish, Yakima, WA
1920: Census Oakland, Alameda Co., CA Prect 33 taken 2 Jan 1920 District #5, .
Street Address: 326 Telegraph Avenue, dwelling #75, FamilyVisit #152
George Leduc-father-male-whte- 65/y widowed-immigrated 1872
Naturalized March 1892, attended school and can read andwrite.
Born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Father: Born Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Mother Tongue of George and father and mother FRENCH
1921: Daughter Bessie A. LeDue-Crimin died in Toppenish, Yakima, WA
1930: Census. He is listed as George Leduc. Living with son LeRoy L. LeDuc. and it lists him as aged 80/y
1930 United States Federal Census has 20 matches for:
George Leduc 80 1849 Canada Guest White Oakland, Alameda, CA
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This is all I know about him. For a brick wall, I guess that is alot.


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