Thanks for the information, I haven't had much luck finding people with information on this family,
and you are the first with dates.
I think you are probably right that either Louise died or Louise and Isaac were divorced. I have their
marriage record from the Bloomsdale, MO parish, and Isaac was baptized into the Catholic church the
day as the wedding. Louise was only 16 (born 1869) and was orphaned at an early age and raised by grandparents
then an uncle who gave permission for the wedding. Doesn't sound like a good start for a marriage.
Louise may have died too and I haven't been able to find a record. I think I will send for microfilms of parish again
and check again. Or I may go to Ste.Genevieve in the spring on my way to do some research in Illinois.
This is just one of those unanswered questions. My great-uncle in California who is 91 has always wondered
about his Aunt Louise, he can't remember hearing much about her but somehow thought
she moved to North Dakota or Minnesota before he was born, and that she married a man named Barr or something like that and that no one really heard from her much after that. So I will have to look at that aspect again.
Thanks much for the information, this leads me to more firmly believe that Emma and Louise are not the same person.
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