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Catherine Bonner & Samuel Dehetre (Deshetres)
Posted by: Norm Talbot Date: December 18, 2001 at 14:28:28
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Looking for great-grandmother Catherine Bonner who was married about 1890 in Detroit? to Sam Dehetre (Deshetres) [carpenter - lived on Scotten) where they had three children Marie (Mary E.)b 1891; son, Robert b 1893 and son Jacques (James) b 1897. Sam moved back in 1898 to Sandwich (Windsor), Ontario and appears in 1901 Ontario Census (surname spelled Detchre) with wife Josephine Talbot after I suspect Catherine died (possibly when Jacques was born or sooner?).

The Deshetres family were french and came from both sides of the river. I have absolutley no information on Catherine Bonner, other than her name appears in the Assumption Church index of marriages for 1911 when she and Sam are shown as parents of Marie Dehetre who married my grandfather, Leon Ernest Talbot in Windsor.

I can find no record of her in the Ste-Anne Detroit Church index for birhs, deaths, marriages nor can I find her in the several french churches in Essex County on the Canadian side. Tried Katherine and other variations of name.

Also posted to Bonner forum. Thanks for your help!


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