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1  Famille F92118
Connecticut Marriage Index, 1959-2001
lieu de résidence :
7 février 1981
New Britain, Hartford, Connecticut
mariage :
7 février 1981
Hartford, Hartford, Connecticut, United States
Sandra L Peterson

Arthur E Champagne

Connecticut Divorce Index, 1968-1997
naissance :
Not Stated
mariage :
Not Stated
divorce :
CHAMPAGNE, Arthur (I94811)
3 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. LAVERE, Harold (I121906)
4 BEAUSOLEIL, Francis (Former owner of Beausoleil Funeral Home, 61 year member of Knights of Columbus, Huronia Council and 25 year member of St. Ann's Cemetery Board) Passed away peacefully with his family at his side, at the Georgian Manor on Saturday March 27th, 2010 in his 87th year. Beloved husband of 60 years to Solange Beausoleil (nee Robillard). Loving father of Marie Condren (Alan), Jeanne Lee (Greg), Michel, and Denise DeCourcy (Peter). Grandfather of Julia (Mark), Melina, Bryan, Adam, Daniel and Patrick. Brother of Wilfred "Punch", Julien (Margaret), Art (Anita) and predeceased by Alma Scott, Alice Martin, Eva Butson, Loretta Beauchamp, Valentine Vaillancourt, Bertha Maheu, Sister St. Prosper and Thomas (survived by Alma Rivard). Visitation will be held at the Penetanguishene Funeral Home, 155 Main Street Penetanguishene on Tuesday March 30th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. A funeral mass will be celebrated at St. Ann's Church on Wednesday March 31st at 1 p.m. Spring interment, St. Ann's Cemetery. If desired, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, Diabetes Association or the Alzheimer Society would be appreciated.
Location: Midland
Date Listed: 29-Mar-10 
BEAUSOLEIL, Francis (I25521)
Robert was born about 1123, the fifth son of Louis VI 'the Fat', king of France, and his second wife Adèle de Savoie. In 1137 he received the county of Dreux as an appanage from his father. He held it until 1184 when he granted it to his son Robert II.

In 1139 Robert married Agnès de Garlande, widow of Amaury III de Montfort, comte d'Evreux, sire de Montfort, and the daughter of Anceau de Garlande, comte de Rochefort, and a lady of the Rochefort-en-Yvelines family. They had a son Simon who died in childhood. Agnès died in 1143, and about 1144 Robert married Havise de Salisbury, daughter of Walter FitzEdward and Sibyl de Chaorces. Their daughter Adèle would have progeny by each of her four husbands. Havise died in 1152, and soon after Robert married Agnès de Baudement, dame de Braine, de Fère-en-Tardenois, de Nesle, daughter of Gui de Baudement, seigneur de Baudement, and his wife Alix. They had ten children of whom Robert II and two daughters would have progeny. He adopted the arms of his wife, and received the county of Braine-sur-Vesle and the lordships of Fère-en-Tardenois, Pontarcy, Nesle, Longueville, Quincy-en-Tardenois, Savigny, and Baudemont.

With his brother Louis VII, king of France, Robert participated in the Second Crusade in 1147 and was at the Siege of Damascus in 1148. Before the end of the crusade he returned to France and mounted a conspiracy against his brother the king, in the hope of gaining power. However his actions were successfully countered by Abbé Suger of Saint-Denis, who ensured the preservation of the regency in the absence of the king.

In 1158 Robert fought against the English and in 1154 he participated in the siege of Séez in Normandy. In 1180 he granted a communal charter to the town of Dreux, and he founded the town of Brie-Comte-Robert which carries his name. He died in 1188, and was buried in the church of Saint-Yved de Braine. 
DE DREUX, Robert I (I61627)
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George Savage has a renewed sense of hope that there are good people in this world.

The 61-year-old Sturgeon Falls man had his mobility scooter stolen last weekend while he was playing cards at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Sturgeon Falls.

Savage said the scooter was his only means of transportation.

“It's been kind of depressing sitting looking at the walls,” he said Friday. “I've been staying home a lot and I try to get a ride here and there when I can.”

But his luck changed Friday when he was given a used mobility scooter.

“One of my sister's friends, Jackie Miron, is a volunteer at Au Chateau – Home for the Aged in Sturgeon Falls. She found one for sale,” Savage said.

“A gentleman named Viateur Rondeau was selling it. When I told him I was interested because I had mine stolen, he offered it to me free of charge.”

Savage said he couldn't believe the older man's generosity.

“Viateur is in his 80s and he said I could have it. He couldn't use it any more.”

Savage said his brother bought him a lock and stainless steel cables three years ago to secure his scooter, but he never used them.

“I laughed when my brother gave them to me. I thought I'm never going to use that, but now I guess I will,” he said.

“It's kinda sad that I have to lock it up, but I will.”

Savage said he has made up flyers and handed them out to family and friends in River Valley, Warren and throughout West Nipissing.

The lost mobility scooter is red, has four wheels and has been customized with a windshield, canopy and rear carrier. There's a sticker on the back resembling the Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon album cover.

The theft was reported to West Nipissing police.

Anyone with information is asked to call 705-825-2761 or police at 705-753-1234. 
RONDEAU, Viateur (I256080)
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GILKES, Janet Isobel - (nee Ellis) October 18, 1934 - February 20, 2014 Surrounded by her loved ones, Jan passed away Thursday evening at home as she had wished. Born in Winnipeg, where she met Roy, her husband of 58 years. They made their final home near Balzac, Alberta. Jan was a wonderful wife, mother and friend; a talented cook, gardener and an exceptional stitcher. She is survived by Roy, son Dave (Sandy) and daughters Lori (Don) Bunt and Tina, brother Fred (Faye), son-in-law Tracy Pelland, and great friend Linda Proust. Jan had eight grandchildren, eleven great- grandchildren and a very large extended family. Jan was predeceased by her son Bruce, mother Gladys and father Bert. Many thanks to the Team at Airdrie in-Home Care for their care and compassion. Memorial donations in Jan’s name may be made directly to the Canadian Cancer Society (Unit 200, 35 Manning Road NE, Calgary, AB, T2E 2P5). A Celebration of Life will be held in the Chapel of Mountain View Funeral Home on Monday, February 24, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. To express condolences, please visit: Arrangements entrusted to Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Funeral Home, Reception Centre & Crematorium, 1605 - 100 Street S.E. (GPS: 242013 - 100 Street S.E.), Calgary, AB. Phone: (403) 272-5555. 
ELLIS, Janet Isobel (I195804)

Hugues was the son of Anselme Candav?ene, comte de St.Pol, and his wife Mathilde. Before 28 April in 1180 he married Jolande de Hainault, widow of Ives II de Nesle, comte de Soissons, and daughter of Baudouin IV, Graaf van Henegouwen, and Adele/Ermesinde de Namur. Of their two children Elisabeth would have progeny, marrying Gaucher III de Ch?atillon who became comte de St.Pol in her name.

Also in 1180 Hugues was a guest at the wedding in Bapaume of Philippe II August, king of France, and Jolande's niece Isabelle van Vlaanderen, comtesse d'Artois. From 1190 Hugues participated in the Third Crusade in the retinue of Philippe d'Alsace, Graaf van Vlaanderen.

Hugues feuded with Renaud I de Dammartin, comte de Boulogne, comte d'Aumale, and openly made war on him even when the royal court was staying in Saint-Pol in 1197.

In 1200 Hugues again took up the cross and from 1202 he joined Baudouin VI-IX, Graaf van Vlaanderen, on the Fourth Crusade. During the siege of Zara he agreed to the request of Alexios IV Angelos for the crusade to be refocused onto the conquest of Constantinople. In several letters to the courts of Western Europe Hugues reported on the first siege of Constantinople in 1203 and finally the conquest of the city in 1204. His letter of 18 July 1203 addressed to Hendrik I, duke of Brabant was the first report of this crusade to reach the West. At the coronation of Baudouin VI-IX as emperor of Constantinople Hugues acted as sword-bearer.

Hugues died at Didymotika in February 1205. His body was said to have been transferred to the abbey of Cercamp, though the crusader and chronicler Geoffroy de Villehardouin wrote that he was buried in the monastery of St.George of Mangana in Constantinople. 
DE ST-POL, Hugues IV (I181070)

Jacques was born about 1150, the son of Nicolas, sire d'Avesnes and Mathilde (Mahaut) de La Roche. About 1180 he married Ameline de Guise, daughter of Bernhard/Bouchard de Guise and his wife Alix. Jacques and Ameline had seven children of whom two sons and three daughters would have progeny.

Constable of Flanders, Jacques joined the Third Crusade under Richard 'the Lionheart'. On 7 September 1191 the Crusaders confronted Saladin's forces near Arsuf in Palestine. This extract from _The History of the Crusades_ by Joseph Fran?cois Michaud (1853) graphically describes the battle in which Jacques lost his life:

'The Crusaders advanced towards the city of Arsuf, marching over a long but narrow plain, intersected by torrents, ravines, and marshes, and covered in many places with fragments of rock, marine plants, and reeds. They had the sea on their right, and on the left rose the steep mountains of Naplouse, defended by the inhabitants of the country and the troops of Saladin. At every passage of a torrent, at every dune or hillock of sand, at every village, a fresh contest had to be sustained, whilst the Mussulman archers, placed upon the heights, annoyed them unceasingly with their arrows. Richard 'the Lionheart's army marched in order of battle; the cavalry being placed in the centre; whilst the foot, closing their ranks, presented an impenetrable wall to the enemy, and braved their constantly renewed attacks.

'The army of the sultan got in advance of the Crusaders, and laid waste everything in their way; exhausting their efforts and ingenuity to retard, or entirely stop their march. Across the plain of Arsuf flowed a torrent which cast itself into the sea near the ramparts of the city; and not far from this torrent, a wood of oaks, which historians call the forest of Sarun, and which is believed to be the forest celebrated by Tasso, extended along the declivities of the mountains of Naplouse: it was upon this spot Saladin awaited the Crusaders to offer them decisive battle.

'A part of his army covered the heights, whilst the remainder encamped upon the banks of the torrent of Arsuf. The Christians soon arrived in face of their enemy, and drew up in order of battle. The Danes, Flemings, and Tuscans, commanded by Jacques d'Avesnes, formed the van. Richard marched in the centre, at the head of the English, Normans, Gascons, the Syrian troops, and those of the count of Champagne the rear-guard was composed of French and Germans, under the orders of the duke of Burgundy and Leopold of Austria. Whilst the archers were showering their arrows from a distance, Saladin passed through the ranks, and roused the courage of his soldiers, who replied him with the cries of Allah ac bar! -- God is powerful. Profound silence prevailed in the Christian army; the black cuirasses of the Crusaders seeming to darken the horizon, whilst sixty thousand swords gleamed out from amidst clouds of dust. All at once the Christian infantry opened their ranks, and the cavalry rushed forward towards the enemy, drawn up on the banks of the torrent of Arsuf. Jacques d'Avesnes, who commanded them, penetrated twice into the closely-pressed ranks of the Saracens, and twice was compelled to retreat in disorder. At the third charge his leg was severed by the stroke of a sabre, but he still pursued the infidels, when the arm with which he fought was struck off at a blow. The Christian hero fell amidst the enemy, calling aloud upon Richard, and conjuring him to avenge his death.' 
D'AVESNES, Jacques (I181089)
10 .06.1888 n? PELLEN, Bernadine M (I81324)
11 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Danielle Charlotte Marie (I4599)
12 3 Women Sue Leominster Priests, Diocese

By Kathleen A. Shaw
Telegram & Gazette (Massachusetts)
May 9, 2002

WORCESTER - Three women have filed a civil suit against the Catholic Diocese of Worcester and two priests who served at St. Cecilia Parish in Leominster in connection with alleged sexual abuse by Rev. Robert E. Kelley.

The suit identifies the priests as the Rev. George E. Denomme, who was pastor at St. Cecilia at the time of the alleged sexual abuse and now is the church's senior priest. Also named is Rev. Francis T. Goguen, who was associate pastor then and now is the parish's pastor.

The plaintiffs -- now living in Leominster, Fitchburg and Tewksbury -- allegedly were sexually molested between late 1976, shortly after Rev. Kelley was assigned to Leominster, and 1983, when he was transferred to Sacred Heart Parish in Gardner.

The transfer came after parishioners at St. Cecilia notified the late Bishop Timothy J. Harrington that they believed the priest had sexually abused young girls.

Rev. Kelley, now 60, was convicted of raping a young girl while he served in the Leominster parish and sentenced to prison in 1990. He was released in 1996.

The priest, who lives in Worcester and could not be reached for comment, has not been defrocked, but has been on leave since 1985 and has no active ministry.

Lawyer Jeffrey Newman, who represents the three women, said the suit was filed in Middlesex Superior Court because one plaintiff lives in that district. The three woman seek damages to be determined by the court.

Two plaintiffs, Debbie A. Doucet of Leominster and Nicole Cormier of Fitchburg, are sisters.

Ms. Doucet said in an interview yesterday that Rev. Kelley let her and her sister know that he had a close relationship with the late Cardinal Humberto S. Medeiros, former head of the Catholic Archdiocese of Boston. She said documentation exists that Rev. Kelley revealed his problem "with little girls" to the cardinal, who responded that the priest should stay away from young girls.

Ms. Cormier said it was her impression that Cardinal Medeiros "knew what he (Rev. Kelley) was doing with us and he did nothing."

Ms. Doucet said that when the cardinal was dying, Rev. Kelley went to the girls and asked that they pray "really hard" for both him and Cardinal Medeiros.

Ms. Cormier said Rev. Kelley frequently told the girls about his close relationship with the cardinal. "There had to be something to it, because he presented me with an autographed photograph of Cardinal Medeiros," she said.

Mr. Newman said the lawsuit maintains that Rev. Denomme saw the girls being taken upstairs in the St. Cecilia rectory by Rev. Kelley and did nothing. The suit also alleges that Rev. Goguen never attempted to stop the abuse.

Diocesan spokesman Raymond L. Delisle said he had not seen a copy of the lawsuit, which was filed Tuesday, and could not comment.

Heather Mackey of Tewksbury, the third plaintiff, was not a member of St. Cecilia Parish, but used to visit her grandmother, who was a parishioner, Ms. Doucet said. Ms. Mackey was not available for comment yesterday because of a family emergency.

The suit contends that at least several other women were molested as young girls by Rev. Kelley.

"I really have to laud these women for coming forward and helping to bring this to light," Mr. Newman said of the three plaintiffs. He believes many other victims are afraid to come forward.

"I was really scared at first," Ms. Doucet said of her decision to go public. "After I took that first step, I felt like a huge weight had been lifted off of me." She said she feels better each time she tells the story.

Rev. Kelley is be arraigned next Thursday in Leominster District Court on charges of rape and unnatural rape on a girl younger than 7. The statute of limitations has expired on pursuing criminal charges against the priest for the cases involving Ms. Doucet and Ms. Cormier.

Rev. Kelley, who was ordained here in 1968, was first assigned to Notre Dame Parish, Southbridge. He was moved in 1974 to St. Boniface in Lunenburg and then assigned to St. Cecilia in late 1976.

In 1997, Cynthia Yerrick Desrosiers, now of Maine, was awarded more than $500,000 from a lawsuit alleging she was sexually abused by the priest in Southbridge. Another woman sued Rev. Kelley in the early 1990s. The case was settled out of court for an undisclosed sum.

Ms. Doucet said Rev. Kelley "really knew how to manipulate people." She said he would tell young girls he wasn't getting enough attention and demand that they show their affection by kissing him, sitting on his lap or other outward signs of affection, she said.

"He really messed up our lives and our families," she said.

Ms. Doucet said she and her sister finally got up the courage to end the abuse in 1983. (SEE CORRECTION) They told Ms. Doucet's mother, who contacted then-Bishop Harrington. Ms. Doucet said the bishop met with the mother and told her he would "take care" of the matter.

Ms. Cormier said she and her mother later met with the late Monsignor Raymond J. Page, vicar general for the Worcester Diocese, and asked him directly whether Rev. Kelley had abused others. She said the vicar answered in the affirmative.

After Rev. Kelley was transferred to Gardner. Ms. Cormier said she told Monsignor Page that she "didn't want Father Kelley in a position where he could ever do this to another child," she said.

Ms. Doucet said documents collected in connection with her lawsuit showed that Rev. Kelley was placed on sick leave and sent to a treatment program in St. Louis for priests with sexual disorders. While there, she said, the priest worked as a volunteer for a girls swim team at a YMCA.

Ms. Doucet and Ms. Cormier said they remain religious but are not active in their Catholic parishes.

Ms. Cormier, who recently gave birth to her second child, said she is in a quandary over whether to have her son baptized as a Catholic or seek a new denomination.

"I'm really upset with the Catholic Church," Ms. Cormier said.

The three plaintiffs have set up an e-mail address at to communicate with others about alleged sexual abuse by Rev. Kelley.



- Nicole Cormier of Fitchburg and Debbie A. Doucet of Leominster, who are sisters, first reported sexual abuse by the Rev. Robert E. Kelley to their parents in 1985. Because of a reporting error, the year was incorrectly given as 1983 in Tuesday's edition of the Telegram & Gazette. 
DÉNOMMÉ, Georges Edouard (I76604)
13 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. FRANKLIN, Michael Marion (I19385)
14 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLANT, Kajsa Lin (I41318)
15 Vet W.W.I, Sgt., Co.D, 151 Depot Brigade; per militia enroll dob was 8/22/1895 VIEW, John Edward (I240796)
16 [1919 - 2016]

Au CHRDL de Joliette

Le 29 octobre 2016,

est décédée à l'âge de 96 ans

Mme Agnès Brissette

Épouse de feu Roméo Allard

demeurant à St-Didace

Mme Brissette repose au

Centre Funéraire Yves Houle, 69 Beausoleil, St-Gabriel

Heures d'accueil : Jeudi le 3 novembre de 19 à 22h

Les funérailles auront lieu le vendredi 4 novembre à 11h.

En l'église de St-Didace

Le jour des funérailles le salon sera ouvert à compter de 9 h.

L'inhumation aura lieu au cimetière de St-Didace

Mme Brissette laisse dans le deuil ses enfants : André, Claude et sa conjointe Lucette Desroches,

Diane et son époux Ghislain Branchaud, Gilles et son épouse Micheline Grandchamp, Réjean et

son épouse Jocelyne Gravel, Sylvette, Madeleine, François Brissette et sa conjointe Louise Deschênes.

Ses petits-enfants : Jean-François, Julie, Edith, Mathieu, Judith, Chantal, Marc-André, Marie-Lou, et

leurs conjoints conjointes, ses arrière-petits-enfants : Félix, Arthur, Alice, Benjamin, Irène et Gabriel.

Ses beaux-frères et belles-sœurs neveux et nièces nombreux autres parents et amis. 
BRISSETTE, Agnès (I126327)
17 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. DRALEAUS, Ronald Dennis (I183449)
18 140 Desrosiers Ovila M Head M Apr 21 1848 53
18 140 Desrosiers Elise F Wife M Aug 26 1845 55
19 140 Desrosiers Alma F Daughter S Jun 27 1879 21

Berthierville 1901 
DESROSIERS, Ovila Vincent (I16444)
19 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. GAUTHIER, Thérèse (I208530)
20 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. BROWN, Fils (I253379)
21 Alexis Pellant was working for the NWC when he came across the Rockies onto the Pacific slopes in 1819 with Angus Bethune and Peter Skene Ogden. He was likely on the brigade for the following year he was re-engaged to work with McTavish, McGillivray & Co. at English River for two more years. 
PELLAND, Alexis (I133)
22 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Nikolas James (I19314)
23 Allison Pelland & Richard Whitenett
Wedding Date: November 15, 2013|Worcester, MA 
PELLAND, Allison B (I185395)
24 Anne-Marie DUCHARME (1902-1985)

A Québec actress, Anne-Marie DUCHARME was born 1902-07-01 in St-Félix-de-Valois, Joliette County, QC, the daughter of Henri & Anna “Anny” ASSELIN. She began her career by acting in plays that were put on in various parish halls throughout Québec. Later, she went into movies and tv series. Among her better known appearances were:

* 1972: Les allées de la terre

*1973: Il était une fois dans l'Est

* 1973 : Kamouraska

* 1975 : La Tête de Normande St-Onge

* 1976 : Parlez-nous d'amour

* 1976 : L'Eau chaude, l'eau frette

* 1977 : Ti-mine, Bernie pis la gang

* 1977 : Le Soleil se lève en retard

* 1978 : Le Clan Beaulieu (TV series)

* 1979 : La Belle apparence

*1980 : Ça peut pas être l'hiver, on n'a même pas eu d'été

*1980 : Frédéric (TV series)
Anne-Marie died 1985-02-15 in Montréal, QC. According to my research, she never married. 
DUCHARME, Anne Marie (I118130)
25 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, André Gerard (I7816)
26 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. HOULE, Nathaniel Lee (I235236)
27 Bougeren (Bougrand et Beaugrand) dit Champagne, Jean :

Né vers 1641 d'origine inconnue, mais son surnom de Champagne nous indique sans doute sa province d’origine.
Il s’établit à Saurel et prend pour épouse vers 1670, Marguerite Samson, dite Pénisson aussi d'origine inconnue; En 1668 à Sorel. Les documents de ce mariage son introuvables.
En 1675, on le retrouve à Dautray, ou est baptisée sa fille Marie.
Sur un contrat passé devant le notaire Adhémar le 25 juin 1676, il signe son nom : «gean bougeren».

Cette famille est inscrite au recensement de 1681, dans la seigneurie de Villemur (Berthier), Jean est dit avoir 40ans, Marguerite Samson sa femme 32ans, le couple a 3enfants; Jean, 9ans; Charles, 7ans; Marie, 6ans. Le couple possédait deux vaches et avait trois arpents de terre en valeur.

Jean Beaugrand décède à Berthier et est inhumé le 5 décembre 1699 à Sorel.
Sa femme sera inhumée le 24 juillet 1721, à L'Île Dupas pour Tanguay et à Sorel pour Jetté.
Ménage établi à Berthier-en-haut. (3 enfants).
1)-Jean, né vers 1672. Il épouse Françoise Guignard, fille de Françoise Tierce et Pierre Guignet vers 1697 à Sainte-Geneviève, Berthierville . Il épouse en seconde noce Catherine Horé le premier février 1717 à La-Visitation, Ile-Dupas.
2)-Charles, Baptisé le 16/02/1673, à Sorel.
3)-Marie, Baptisée le 29/07/1675, à Sorel. 
BEAUGRAND, Jean (I41967)
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29 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. LANDRIGAN, Christina (I77726)
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31 Charles F. Gokey :
Charles F. Gokey, 59, World War II veteran and a former Janesville resident, died Thursday last week and was transferred to Rock- morn i n g in Hines Veterans Hospital for surgery.. He had previously been a patient in King The son of Justin and Florence South Beloit Chief of Police An-; Gokey he was born in Janesville n 1902. A painter by trade he was at one time president of Janesville Central Labor Union. Prior to his final illness he lived in Portage.
Surviving are his wife, Agnes, and a son, Pat, both of Columbus; four sisters, Mrs. Harriet Smith, Fox Lake, 111., Mrs. Vera Linney, Janesville, Mrs. Mardine Carlson, Hubertus, Wis., and Mrs. Kathleen Stark, Orfordville; and a brother Justin Gokey, Willow Springs, 111. Services will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in the Ryan Funeral Home and at 10 o'clock in St. Patrick's Church. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home Fri day afternoon and evening, the Rosary service to be at 8 o'clock. 
GOKEY, Charles Francis (I106652)
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"Je suis née dans l'amour, j'ai vécu dans l'amour et je quitte entourée de l'amour des miens; je suis une femme comblée.'
(Paroles de Colombe, 2 jours avant qu'elle nous quitte.)

Enveloppée par l'amour des siens, Colombe (épouse de feu Edgar Fréchette, fille aînée de feu Arthur Desaulniers et de feu Dora Dupuis), nous a quittés jeudi le 29 juillet à 15h40, à l'âge de 77 ans et 10 mois, au pavillon Ste-Marie du CHRTR. Les funérailles auront lieu en l'église de St-Joseph de Maskinongé, le samedi 7 août 2010, à 12h30. L'inhumation aura lieu au cimetière paroissial de Maskinongé. Elle laisse derrière elle dans le sillon d'amour qu'elle a créé: ses enfants ainsi que leurs compagnons et compagnes de vie : Danielle (Ghislain Brouillette), Luc (Jacqueline Lebrun), Doris (Claude Ayotte),Lyne et Patrice; ses petits-enfants : Miguel F. Ayotte (Ève Bouthillette) et Marc-Alexandre F. Ayotte (Claude Bériault-Trottier) et leur père Daniel Ayotte; Kim Fréchette (Mélissa Lamy) et Magalie Fréchette (Jimmy Sylvestre);Tommy Lavallée (Marie-Pier de Brien), Guy-Olivier Lavallée (Claudia Théoret), Jean-Nicholas Lavallée, Mélisange Lavallée (Richard Dagenais) et leur père Guy Lavallée; Olivier Fréchette et sa mère Guylaine Plourde; ses deux arrière-petits-enfants; Lucas-Emmanuel Marakis-Ayotte et Lily-Maxim Lavallée; sa sœur: Yolande Desaulniers; sa belle-sœur: Rolande Gagnon (feu René Desaulniers); ses nièces et son neveu: Sylvie, Manon et Michel Desaulniers et leur conjoint(e) et leurs enfants; tous ses cousins et cousines descendants des familles Desaulniers, Dupuis, Fréchette et Pagé; ses ami(e)s de l'âge d'or de Maskinongé, plus particulièrement ses amies de cartes ainsi que beaucoup d'autres ami(e)s dont elle a touché le cœur tout au long de sa vie.
La famille tient à remercier particulièrement le Dr Paulin Hébert, le Dr Berthiaume du CHRTR ainsi que tous ceux et celles qui lui ont accordé si généreusement soins et attentions tout au long de sa vie, et plus précisément durant son dernier séjour au pavillon Ste-Marie du CHRTR.
Pour le mieux-être de l'espèce humaine, Colombe et sa famille vous remercient d'offrir des dons à la Société canadienne du cancer
Résidences funéraires St-Louis 
DESAULNIERS, Colombe (I207090)
34 Crystal & Justin
September 28, 2013 Newlyweds for 952 days!
About Crystal

Crystal is currently living in the Madison area, working for UW-Madison in various positions. She is a true Badger, through and through. She earned both her BFA ('05) and Master's ('11) degrees from here and she has been in and around Madison since 2000, with a short stint on the East Coast from 2006-2008. She grew up in Glendale, Wisconsin - which is a small suburb in the Milwaukee area.

Crystal's mother, Antoinette Irene Tourtillott, is a member of the Stockbridge-Munsee Band of Mohicans and late father, Scott Kevin Tourtillott, is a member of the Menominee Nation. She is a descendant of both tribes, and also has Ojibwe, Bulgarian, German, and other unknown heritage. Her other dad, Bruce Silas, is a member of the Oneida nation and a proud Army Veteran. Crystal has one older sister, Starlyn. Starlyn is married to Beau Miller and the two of them have 2 beautiful children, Miles and Meryl.

She is fond of being creative, she likes to bead and sew as much as possible. She always says that she will someday return to painting, and she knows that once they have a house with space, she will find an area to call her studio! She loves to do spontaneous things, spend lots of time with family, and someday she hopes to see different parts of the world.

She truly knows what 'home is where the heart is' means, as she feels home is with family no matter where they might roam.

About Justin

Justin is currently living and working in the Madison area. He works for UW-Madison as a Grants and Contracts Specialist, through the Research and Sponsored Programs (RSP) office. He earned his Bachelor's of Business Administration degree from Georgetown University in December 2008. He grew up in Keshena and Shawano, Wisconsin and attended school in Shawano, Wisconsin.

Justin's late mother, Pamela Jean Wilber was an enrolled member of the Menominee Nation, so he is a proud enrolled member as well. Justin also has other European lineage. Justin has two older siblings; a sister, Destiny Lepscier, and a brother, Bryan 'Bun' Lepscier, Jr. He also has a younger sibling, Joseph Kaquatosh. Destiny has 4 beautiful children; Ariana, Pamela, Riley, and Robert. Bun has two beautiful children; Amaya and Oliver. And Joseph has one beautiful child as well; Jemma.

Justin likes to be outdoors. He enjoys hunting, fishing, boating, camping, as well as golfing. He likes to spend time with loved ones, devoting much of his free time to visiting with his large family and long list of friends. He is good-natured, kind, and likes to tease people a lot out of love. He would like to travel and has lots of dreams of living a comfortable life. Justin also enjoys gambling and has been quite lucky on the slots in the past.

Justin is definitely a Wisconsinite; he likes cheese and sausage, enjoys brats and definitely throws back a beer or two in his down time. He is a big Wisconsin and Georgetown sports team supporter- Badgers, Brewers, Hoyas- but especially the PACKERS! He is a very proud stockholder of the Green Bay Packers and has dreams of someday owning season tickets. Dream on Justin!

How we met

In 2006, Crystal moved to Washington, D.C. from Madison, Wisconsin to start her first 'real' job, working as a Visitor Services Assistant at the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI). She met many great people at the museum, and learned about a lot of different tribes. She came to know some of her co-workers, Sonny, and his wife Diana, very well while she roamed the exhibits and corridors of NMAI. They all, along with several others (Vanessa, Jose, Angelia, Charlie, Fred, Sharyl, Adrienne, Ben, Leland, Brian, Zandra, Rachael, Ken, etc) spent countless hours running the Lelawi theater where they had plenty of time to chat and get to know one another. It was one of these times at the Lelawi when Diana and Sonny first brought up the idea of 'Justin' the 'Menominee' to Crystal. Meanwhile, Justin was a friend of Sonny's since coming to the museum a few years back. He was a student at Georgetown University, enjoying the DC life.

Sonny and Diana decided that Crystal and Justin needed to meet, so they made arrangements for them to meet one day after work at NMAI at the Buffalo Billiards bar. Justin says when he tried to talk to Crystal there, she barely said anything, so he thought she was stuck up. A few months later, Crystal was a single woman and decided to try getting to know Justin again since he knew Wisconsin, and she was far from home. Justin, as he often did, lost his phone one day. Lucky him, because his post on MySpace about needing phone numbers attracted Crystal to send him hers. So began the 'getting to know each other ' stage. In November 2007, Crystal and Justin decided to officially date, and they have been together ever since. They moved in together in 2010, and have been living in Madison for the past few years.
LEPSCIER, Justin (I166429)
35 DEAN, Patricia Ann - Of Flint, age 63, died Thursday , August 8, 2008 , Funeral services will be held 11 AM Monday, August 11, 2008 at the Plumb Smith Funeral Home, G-1208 N Ballenger Hwy., Pastor George Warson, officiating. Family will receive friends from 2- 4 and 6-9 PM on Sunday, and from 9 AM until the time of the service on Monday. Patricia was born March 31, 1943 in Flint, MI the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford and Ruth (Titus) Johnson. She attended the Hilltop Church of God over 20 years. She is survived by her 4 children: Tina (David) Pellard, James (Gladys) Dean Jr., Keith Dean, and Loyal (Theresa) Dean; 9 grandchildren; 2 great-grandchildren, her brother, Joseph (Sandra) Johnson Sr.; her sisters, Norma (John) Gross, Janet (Ronald) Parrott; and son-in-law, Ronald Pellard. She was preceded in death by her parents; brother, Clifford Johnson Jr.; and sister, Agnes Hines. JOHNSON, Patricia Ann (I86468)
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38 DEVILLE, ÉDOUARD (à sa naissance, il reçut le prénom de Daniel-Édouard-Gaston), arpenteur, fonctionnaire et auteur, né le 21 février 1849 à La Charité-sur-Loire, France, fils de Charles Deville, médecin, et d'Estelle Tallard ; le 21 février 1881, il épousa à Québec Joséphine Ouimet, fille de Gédéon Ouimet*, surintendant de l'Instruction publique, et ils eurent un fils ; décédé le 21 septembre 1924 à Ottawa.

Édouard Deville étudia à l'école navale de Brest et, à l'obtention de son diplôme en 1868, entra dans la marine française comme hydrographe. Après avoir passé plusieurs années à effectuer des levés hydrographiques, surtout dans le sud du Pacifique et au Pérou, il quitta la marine avec le grade de capitaine en 1874. La même année, il immigra dans la province de Québec avec sa mère, qui était veuve, et sa sœur. À titre d'astronome adjoint d'Edward David Ashe*, il arpenta de nouveau certaines parties de la haute vallée de l'Outaouais pour le compte du département des Terres de la couronne de la province de Québec. Accrédité arpenteur des terres de la province en 1877, il réussit, l'année suivante, les examens d'arpenteur des terres du dominion et les examens, plus difficiles, menant à l'obtention du prestigieux titre d'arpenteur topographe du dominion. Ces succès attirèrent l'attention de l'arpenteur général Lindsay Alexander Russell, qui l'invita à se joindre au bureau d'examen des arpenteurs du dominion au début de 1879. Au cours de l'année qui suivit, Deville fournit à Russell des questions d'examen ainsi que des tables astronomiques et travailla à déterminer la longitude d'Ottawa.

Deville quitta le département des Terres de la couronne de la province de Québec pour entrer aux Services d'arpentage des terres fédérales en 1880. La première année, il travailla dans les monts Touchwood, en Saskatchewan. Ses talents lui valurent d'être promu inspecteur des levés en 1881, puis inspecteur en chef l'année suivante, fonction qui le ramena à Ottawa. Pendant la maladie de Russel en 1884, Deville assura l'intérim comme arpenteur général et conserva ce poste après le départ de Russell à la retraite en 1885.

Au cours de la première année de Deville en fonction, le personnel des Services d'arpentage commença à relever la configuration de la ceinture du chemin de fer canadien du Pacifique en Colombie-Britannique. Intéressé à savoir si la photographie pouvait faciliter les levés en terrain accidenté, montagneux, Deville confia une caméra à un membre de l'équipe en 1886 et mit au point ce qui deviendrait bientôt la technique phototopographique ou photogrammétrie. Première personne à avoir utilisé avec succès cette technique (dont l'emploi avait été suggéré en France au début des années 1850), il publia un guide, à tirage limité, en 1889. Son intérêt pour la photographie – il était un fervent photographe amateur – l'amena aussi à recommander l'utilisation de reproducteurs photographiques de documents pour copier les cartes utilisées sur place.

Deville contribua à l'adhésion du Canada à l'Union astronomique internationale et à l'Union géodésique et géophysique internationale fondées en 1919. Au moment de la réorganisation du ministère de l'Intérieur en 1922, la Commission géodésique du Canada et la commission de la frontière internationale, que William Frederick King* avait dirigées jusqu'à sa mort en 1916, fusionnèrent avec la direction des levés topographiques du ministère pour former le Bureau des levés, dont Deville devint directeur général. À ce poste, qu'il occuperait jusqu'à ce que la maladie le force à rester chez lui en avril 1924, Deville inculqua la rigueur scientifique à ses collègues, appuya énergiquement l'utilisation d'observations astronomiques, étendit l'usage de la photographie et intensifia le travail de cartographie.

Membre fondateur de la Société royale du Canada en 1882, Édouard Deville prit une part active aux travaux de cette association, notamment comme secrétaire de la section iii de 1892 à 1912. Esprit curieux, il œuvra au sein de la Canadian Engineering Standards Association, de la Town Planning Association of Canada, de la Commission de l'air et de l'Association of Dominion Land Surveyors. Fidèle de la paroisse Sacré-Cœur d'Ottawa, membre du conseil de l'Alliance française, il fit également partie des conseils d'administration du St Luke's Hospital et du Civic Hospital. Tenu en haute estime par les arpenteurs et par la communauté scientifique, il fut honoré par la University of Toronto, qui lui décerna un doctorat en droit en 1905, décoré de l'ordre du Service impérial en 1916, et nommé membre honoraire de l'Engineerinig Institute of Canada en 1922. Ses collègues le considéraient comme un scientifique et un fonctionnaire modèles et le respectaient pour ses réalisations en mathématiques. Deville avait habilement dirigé une organisation tournée vers l'avenir qui, devant les grands défis posés par l'arpentage au Canada, n'hésitait pas à employer les techniques les plus récentes.

Richard A. Jarrell

Édouard Deville est l’auteur d’Examples of astronomic and geodetic calculations for the use of land surveyors (Québec, 1878) et de Photographic surveying : including the elements of descriptive geometry and perspective (Ottawa, 1889 ; éd. rév., 1895). Il a de plus collaboré à la troisième édition de Canada, Direction des terres fédérales, Manual shewing the system of survey of the dominion lands, with instructions to surveyors (Ottawa, 1871 ; [3e éd.], 1883). On trouve mention de ces ouvrages ainsi que d’autres qu’il a publiés dans le Répertoire de l’ICMH. L’Index des Mémoires et autres publications 1882–1982, R. H. Hubbard, compil. (Ottawa, 1987) de la Société royale du Canada contient la liste des communications qu’il a présentées devant cette société. Ses rapports à titre d’arpenteur général intérimaire et d’arpenteur général sont parus dans Canada, Parl., Doc. de la session, rapport du dép. de l'Intérieur, 1884–1918.

AN, MG 29, E114, dossier 1 ; RG 15, 82 ; 240, dossier 15882.— ANQ-Q, CE301-S1, 21 févr. 1881.— Arch. départementales, Nièvre (Nevers, France), État civil, La Charité-sur-Loire, 23 févr. 1849.— Le Droit (Ottawa), 22 sept. 1924.— Globe, 22 sept. 1924.— Ottawa Citizen, 22 sept. 1924.— Ottawa Evening Journal, 22 sept. 1924.— Toronto Daily Star, 22 sept. 1924.— Canadian men and women of the time (Morgan ; 1898 et 1912).— J. D. Craig, « Dr. Edouard Gaston Deville, director general of surveys, Department of the Interior, Ottawa », Soc. royale d'astronomie du Canada, Journal (Toronto) 18 (1924) : 405–411.— D. B. Dowling, « Edward Gaston Daniel Deville », SRC, Mémoires, 3e sér., 19 (1925), proc. : viii–ix.— « E. G. Deville, i.s.o., d.t.s., hon. m.e.i.c. », Engineering Journal (Montréal), 7 (1924) : 686s.— R. A. Jarrell, The cold light of dawn : a history of Canadian astronomy (Toronto, 1988).— J. G. MacGregor, Vision of an ordered land : the story of the Dominion Land Survey (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, 1981).— D. W. Thomson, l'Homme et les méridiens : histoire de l'arpentage et de la cartographie au Canada (3 vol., Ottawa, 1966–1985), 2 –3

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DEVILLE, Edouard Gaston Daniel (I15894)
39 Draleaus: Paula T. Draleaus from Daniel W. Draleaus, both of Sterling; married in Sterling May 20, 1989. Houle

Draleaus: Paul L. Draleaus Sr. of Fitchburg from Sheila K. Draleaus of Orange, married in Lunenburg April 13, 2001. 
DRALEAUS, Robert (I183442)
40 Driver in critical condition, says SIU
Stolen pickup
Stolen pickup
Photo by Brian Shypula, Brant News
A heavily damaged pickup truck is shown at the scene of a crash at Colborne Street West Gilkison Street in Brantford.
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Brant News
By Brian Shypula

The female driver of a car broadsided by a stolen pickup truck being pursued by police suffered serious injuries and remains in critical condition in a Hamilton hospital.

The mangled car, which sustained major damage in the driver’s side door area, came to rest against the wall of the Kingswood Restaurant at the corner of Colborne Street and Gilkison Street in Brantford.

The province’s Special Investigations Unit is investigating the crash, which left three people injured. The collision involved a stolen dark green Chevrolet pickup and a Mercury Grand Marquis sedan. The pickup truck fled a RIDE check on the edge of Burford on Friday night and failed to stop for County of Brant OPP before entering Brantford.

Officers from Brantford police and County of Brant OPP were at the scene through the night and were joined by SIU investigators. Both streets were closed to traffic for at least one block in all directions and didn’t re-open until 12:45 p.m. on Saturday – after investigators wrapped up and the heavily damaged vehicles were hauled away.

Investigators declined to speak to reporters at the scene and said a media release would be issued by the SIU.

The driver of the Mercury sustained serious injuries and was taken to Hamilton General Hospital, an SIU spokesperson said.

On Tuesday, the SIU said the injured driver, an 18-year-old Brantford woman, remains in critical condition at Hamilton General Hospital.

Her female passenger, also 18 and from Brantford, was also injured in the crash.

One occupant of the pickup sustained minor injuries and was also taken to hospital, police said.

A second person in the pickup fled on foot and was arrested a short time later by a Brantford police canine unit.

Brant OPP were conducting a RIDE check at Maple Avenue and Concession Road Eight on the south edge of Burford when the stolen pickup tried to evade officers shortly before 11:30 p.m. Officers activated their emergency equipment in an attempt to stop the vehicle and occupants.

Zach Krug, 15, and three friends were riding their bikes on Gilkison Street to a nearby variety store when they came up on the crash scene Friday night.

“There were cops with big guns and stuff like that walking around looking for the dude,” Zach said, describing the weapons he saw as looking like M-16 assault rifles.

He said he saw the canine unit return with the suspect who had run away. He said the male was wearing a camouflage sweater and khakis.

The Brantford Fire Department and paramedics also responded to the crash.

“There were two people in the car and they were cutting the doors off,” Zach said.

Zach said he felt lucky. If he and his friends had gone out a few minutes sooner they could have been in harm’s way.

“I was thinking that that happened around here. I could have got hit if I didn’t see them or have the time (to get out of the way),” he said.

The steel lamppost holding the traffic light at the northwest corner of the intersection was dented and leaning, apparently damaged in the crash. Bricks were broken, chipped and scraped where the car hit the wall of the restaurant. The grass boulevard had ruts from tires and there was broken glass and bits of debris from the vehicles at the corner.

Bystanders, including several from the Lorne Towers apartment building, gathered behind the yellow police tape to watch the damaged vehicles being removed.

Dona Prince said she was in bed when she saw the lights from the rescue vehicles flashing through her third-floor bedroom window.

“I could see all the commotion,” she said.

Leona Estabrooks said she was watching the late news when she heard the bang of the crash from her sixth-floor apartment, which faces away from Colborne Street.

Roger Motz and Susie Bond, who live on Richardson Street, said they walked their dog Timbit past the corner about 30 minutes before the cash.

“It’s crazy,” Motz said as he looked at the heavily damaged vehicles.

OPP notified the SIU, which has invoked its mandate.

The SIU is an arm’s length agency that investigates reports involving police where there has been death, serious injury or allegations of sexual assault.

The SIU has assigned seven investigators, two forensic investigators and a collision reconstruction specialist to the case, the spokesperson said.

Brant OPP also have a criminal investigation underway.

Anyone who may have witnessed the incident is being asked to call the SIU at 416-622-2150 or 1-800-787-8529, ext. 2150. 
LERNO, Ashley Celina (I8756)
41 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. LABELLE, Éliane Marie Fernande (I14829)
42 Four men arrested after violent home invasion in St. Catharines

680News staff

Police have arrested four men after a home invasion in St. Catharines late Sunday night.

The incident began when four men forced their way into the home, physically assaulting the occupants and fleeing the house with a quantity of illegal street drugs.

Charges have been laid against four suspects in the case. All four are Barrie residents and have been identified as Joshua Wilson, Calab Wilson, Lucas Smiley and Sean Pelland.

The occupants of the home were not seriously injured, according to police. 
PELLAND, Sean P (I17574)
43 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. BERTRAND, Francis R (I200173)
44 François de Joyeuse (1562-1615)
Illustration de la page François de Joyeuse (1562-1615) provenant de Wikipedia
Pays : France
Langue : français
Sexe : masculin
Naissance : Carcassonne (Aude), 24-06-1562
Mort : Avignon, 27-08-1615
Note :
Cardinal. - Protecteur des affaires françaises à Rome (1589-). - Archevêque de Narbonne (1581-1588), de Toulouse (1588-1604) puis de Rouen (1604-1615)
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0001 2129 8916 
DE JOYEUSE, François de Champigneulle (I61470)
45 Geoffroi Ier d’Apremont seigneur d’Aspremont et Dun, né en 1162, décédé le 20/6/1222.

En 1198, il abandonne son droit forestier au chapitre de Verdun. Enseveli en la cathédrale de Verdun. En 1198, il fit

une donation à l'église de Verdun, du consentement d'Isabeau de Dampierre, sa femme.

x Elisabeth (Isabelle) de Dampierre née vers 1150/1160, décédée en 1228

fille de Guillaume Ier de Dampierre seigneur de Dampierre

et Irmengarde de Monchy de Saint Dizier

ou de Guy Ier de Dampierre et Helvide de Baudémont

Geoffroi Ier succèdera donc à son père mais à son décès, sa veuve assurera la régence de la famille d’Apremont

avec Renard II de Choiseul qui s’intitule dès lors « tuteur de la terre d’Apremont » et qualifie Gobert VI de

« neveu »

Les Choiseul seraient alliés aux Apremont par l’intermédiaire des familles Neuviller - Aigremont et de

D'ASPREMONT, seigneur d'Aspremont et Dun Geoffroi I (I61646)
46 Herman Quesnelle

QUESNELLE, Herman Ernest Entered into rest at the Georgian Bay General Hospital on Sunday, April 14, 2013, in his 82nd year. Beloved husband of Thérèse Quesnelle (nee Lalonde). Dear father of Ernie (Julie), Louise Butineau (Brian), André (Anne), Robert (Brigitte) and John (Mary Beth). Loving grandfather of Melissa (John), Kristen (Dubbie), Nicole (René), Gerry (Meridith), Chris (Shianne), Natalie (James), Stéphanie (Nicholas), Ashlyn (David), Jeffery (Alannah), Emily and the late Jacob. Great-grandfather of 7. Brother of Doreen Parent and the late Lionel, Margaret Gignac, and Raymond. A memorial mass will be celebrated at St. Patrick's Church, Perkinsfield on Saturday, April 20th at 11:30 a.m. Interment to follow at St. Patrick's Cemetery. If desired, donations to St. Patrick's Church Building Fund or the charity of your choice would be appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to the LeCLAIR CREMATION CENTRE 
QUESNELLE, Herman (I29060)
47 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. CHAMPAGNE, Paul Ernest (I190470)
48 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND-MARCOTTE, Marie-Claude (I18055)
49 January 11, 1929. ALPHONSE MARTIN GRANTED PATENT ON WATER HEATER Alphonse Martin of Ogdensburg has just been granted a patent.

Il a inventé un chauffe-eau électrique nommé la Kant Kool Electric Water Heater produit par Katzman Furnitur à Ogdensburg en 1929. 
MARTIN, Alphonse Alfred (I85696)
50 January 9, 2013 Times-Union

ALBANY — George B. Ceresia, the administrative judge for the 3rd Judicial District, which covers seven counties including Albany and Rensselaer, resigned from his position Wednesday, officials said.

Ceresia, 69, a Troy native who has held the top judicial post since 2004, left in what was described as a pre-emptive strike because he was about to be replaced, according to people with knowledge of the situation.

Ceresia, a state Supreme Court justice based in Rensselaer County, sent an email to district employees. The district covers Albany, Rensselaer, Columbia, Greene, Ulster, Schoharie and Sullivan counties.

The 1968 graduate of Albany Law School and one-time North Greenbush town justice was elected to state Supreme Court in 1994 and re-elected in 2008. His term expires in 2021.

He was appointed administrative judge for the 3rd Judicial District by the state's then-chief administrative judge, Jonathan Lippman, now chief judge of the Court of Appeals.

Ceresia serves at the pleasure of the state's administrative judge, who is now Gail Prudenti.

He will be replaced by an appointee of Prudenti, who will have input from Lippman and Karen Peters, presiding justice of the Appellate Division of state Supreme Court's 3rd Department, which covers 23 upstate counties including the Capital Region.

Ceresia is also the father of Rensselaer County Judge Andrew Ceresia.

The elder Ceresia, a Democrat, succeeded Thomas W. Keegan, who retired in March 2004.

Ceresia could not immediately be reached for comment. 
CERESIA, George B (I201894)

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