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Sherbutt/LaLiberte' Port Huron Area
Posted by: Barb Walton Date: August 20, 1998 at 12:20:14
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I'm looking for my relatives living in and around the Port Huron area and descendants of Theodore Joseph Sherbutt and Serephine (could be Josephine?) LaLiberte'. These are my GGrandparents, and they moved from Pefferlaw, Ontario Canada in and around 1890-1920's? Their daughter Mary Perisema Sherbutt-Watson was my grandmother, and she died in Pefferlaw, Ont. Oct. 15th,1972. A lot of my relatives from Michigan came for her funeral, but I was only 11 at the time and did not really get to know anyone very well.

Grandma had the following siblings;
*Peter T. (buried Aug. 18th, 1958 @Mount Hope cemetery in Port Huron, Mich.). He was married to Rose ___?
*Margret Elevina (Great-Aunt Mary, stayed in Ontario and she married twice. I knew her son, Ernie Sherwood)
*Joseph J.
*Agness? (we're not sure on this one)

If anyone can recall some information on this family, or are in any way related, I'd love to hear from you. I'm trying to research my French ancestry for my mother, and while she remembers bits and pieces of her childhood, her grandparents faces are clear...she just can't put names and dates together.

I would really love to learn of Serephine and Theodores parents. I have information on some of Serephines siblings, but Theodores family remains a blank. Sherbutt/Sherbaut/Sharbot/Chabot/Charbott/Shebutt are just a few of the spellings I've encountered in the spelling of our name...
Love to hear from someone,
Barb Clifford-Walton


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