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Some info for you re Sanders family of Ashland County WI
Posted by: J Christiansen (ID *****5526) Date: August 19, 2012 at 10:20:49
In Reply to: Sanders' of Ashland Family Mystery by Thor Thorson Jr of 113

Hi Thor, I think the daughter of Phyllis Lemieux and Fred Sanders was Gertrude Sanders, born about 1926. Given that name and date of birth, Ashland County should be able to send you a birth certificate if you request it.

Find a Grave Memorial:
Fred Sanders 1901-1965
Catherine E. Sanders 1907-1979
Both buried Saint Agnes Cemetery, Ashland, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA

Ashland, Ashland, Wisconsin
Fred Sanders 38
Catherine Sanders 31
Elaine Sanders 11
Frederick Sanders 10
Virginia Sanders 4

Based on your description, this Gertrude is likely the daughter of Phyllis Lemieux and Fred Sanders:
Sanborn, Ashland, Wisconsin
Kate Lemieux 59, head, born about 1881 in Wisconsin, widowed
Micheal Lemieux 41, son, widowed, b 1899 in Wisconsin
Bernard Lemieux 12, N son [sic]
Gertrude Saunders 14, granddaughter, born about 1926 in Wisconsin
Phyliss Bachard 20 lodger
Residence in 1935 (a question on the 1940 census):
Same House - Kate, Michael, Bernard, Gertrude, and Phyliss

Find a Grave memorial:
Michael F Lemieux 1899-1981
Bad River Cemetery, Odanah, Ashland County, Wisconsin, USA

Find a Grave memorial
Bernard F Lemieux, Sr. (1929- 22 January 2005)
Spouse: Angeline Jewel Whitebird Lemieux 1928-2010)
Bad River Cemetery, Odanah, Ashland, Wisconsin

See more about Michael and his son Bernard Lemieux here, including descendants names:

There’s a Gertrude C. Edwards buried at Bad River Cemetery (1925-1978). I do not know if this is “your” Gertrude.

St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Odanah might have been their church and staff or a “congregational historian” there might know more about the family (especially since these people are part of such recent history in the community).

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