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Re: Claffee Eugene Mayo
Posted by: Benoit-Auguste Shoja (ID *****8880) Date: November 21, 2004 at 07:21:59
In Reply to: Claffee Eugene Mayo(Mailloux) by Douglas R. Crosby of 416

Am not sure if this is interesting to you, but my mother's family, Pelkey, comes from Concord, NH, and is related to Claffée-Eugène Mayo.

My great-grandfather, Napoléon Pelkey, died in 1951, and Claffée Mayo was one of his bearers. I believe Claffée was also the godfather to Napoléon's son, also named Claffée (but I have not found Claffée Pelkey's baptism; I just assume Claffée Mayo was his godfather because of the common and unusual first name).

Napoléon Pelkey's wife was Fabiola Renaud; Fabiola's mother was Marguerite Gibeau. Marguerite's sister, Hélène Gibeau, married a Mayo and was **possibly** Claffée's mother. Hélène Gibeau's daughter, Evelyn Mayo, married Rudolphe "Dick" Lecompte.

I know that the Pelkey, Gibeau, Mayo and Lecompte families were all very close, and that they all belonged to the Parish of Sacré-Coeur de Concord.



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