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Re: LeLacheur
Posted by: phyl g (ID *****0891) Date: March 07, 2013 at 12:38:11
In Reply to: LeLacheur by Barbara Campbell of 10815

1900 Providence RI, Christina b 12-1849 Cape Breton, states she has had 1 ch/0 surviving [there are no ch in the household]. But, she has had 2....in her mind maybe the stillborn ch didn't count.

7-30-1885 William LELACHEUR s/o John/Elizabeth LELACHEUR m. Christina Campbell MC KINNON d/o John/Christina MC KINNON

Ch of Wm/Christy
born 2-14-1886 stillborn son
born 3-1-1893 Wm Daniel...he apparently d as well.

I'm curious as to the source of the 2 daus b in the 1890s you have listed elsewhere, as they are not with Wm/Christy

born 1-11-1892 William H LELACHEUR s/o Paul LELACHEUR/Harriett HARRIS, Providence RI


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