Pelland - Une histoire de famille

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101 1901 Census of Canada Page Information
District: ON ADDINGTON (#43)
Subdistrict: Kaladar, Anglesea & Effingham G-2 Page 1

6 3 Bostley Frances M Head M Apr 18 1835
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7 3 Bostley Aurelie F Wife M Aug 11 1842
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8 3 Bostley Edward M Son S Sep 18 1874
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9 3 Bostley Annie F Daughter S Nov 16 1885
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10 3 Bostley May F Daughter S Aug 18 1895
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BEAUSOLEIL, François Pelland dit (I186292)
 
102 1901 Maskinongé

133 Pelland Georgina F Head W May 5 1852 48
3 133 Pelland Pierre M Son S Jul 10 1870 30
4 133 Pelland Joseph M Son S Aug 5 1872 28
5 133 Pelland Albertina F Daughter S Mar 10 1881 20
6 133 Pelland Omer M Son S Jan 6 1885 16
7 133 Pelland Louis M Son S Dec 10 1891 10
8 133 Pelland Ascor M Son S Jun 5 1895 5
9 134 Pelland Joseph M Head W May 10 1850 50
10 134 Pelland Cordélie F Daughter S Mar 5 1881 20
11 134 Pelland Joseph M Son S Apr 5 1879 22 
PELLAND, Cyrille Martin (I455)
 
103 1910 New Haver CT

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Jae I Fredricks Head M 54 New York
Mary L Fredricks Wife F 44 New York
Mary Fredricks Daughter F 28 Connecticut
David Fredricks Son M 19 Connecticut
Frances Fredricks Daughter F 17 Connecticut
William Fredricks Son M 14 Connecticut
Jenie Fredricks Daughter F 13 Connecticut
Tony Fredricks Son M 11 Connecticut
Arthur Fredricks Son M 7 Connecticut
Harry Fredricks Son M 5 Connecticut 
FREDERICKS, Joseph David (I132791)
 
104 1921-2014 À son domicile de Joliette, le 1er mars 2014 à l’âge de 93 ans, est décédé monsieur René Geoffroy, autrefois à Saint-Jean-de-Matha. Monsieur René Geoffroy laisse dans le deuil son fils Alain Geoffroy et son épouse Joanne Plouffe. Son frère, Raoul et son épouse Gisèle Beaudry, ses sœurs : Carmen épouse de feu Gille Provost, Lise, épouse de feu Paul Ducharme. Ses belles-sœurs : Rose Alma Beaudry Geoffroy épouse de feu Robert Geoffroy, Reina, épouse de feu Rolland Geoffroy. Ses petits-enfants : Valérie et son conjoint Martin Roux, Yoan, ses arrière-petits-enfants : Marianne et Lianne. Monsieur René Geoffroy sera exposé à la Coopérative funéraire de Saint-Jean-de-Matha, 99, rue Lessard, Saint-Jean-de-Matha, le mercredi 5 mars 2014 de 19h à 22h et le 6 mars 2014 de 9h à 11h. Suivront les funérailles dès 11h en l’église de Saint-Jean-de-Matha. L’inhumation aura lieu au cimetière de Saint-Jean-de-Matha. Direction funéraire : Coopérative funéraire de Saint-Jean-de-Matha. coopfunérairestjeandematha.com GEOFFROY, René (I103192)
 
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106 1930 Bethel CT

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David L Fredericks Head M 37 Connecticut
May F Fredericks Wife F 36 Connecticut
May F Fredericks Daughter F 16 Connecticut
Lillian L Fredericks Daughter F 14 Connecticut
Dorothy J Fredericks Daughter F 12 Connecticut
William J Fredericks Son M 11 Connecticut
James L Fredericks Son M 4 Connecticut
Harold A Fredericks Son M 3 Connecticut
Lawrence C Fredericks Son M 1 Connecti 
FREDERICKS, David Louis (I132794)
 
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108 1930-2016

Le 24 octobre, à l’âge de 86 ans, est décédé M Gérard Moreau de St-Charles-Borromée. Il était l’époux de Madeleine Prud’Homme.

Outre son épouse, il laisse dans le deuil sa fille Lise et son conjoint Robert Lamothe, son fils Luc et son épouse Edith Lavallée, ses petits-fils David Savignac (Audrey Mondor), Antoine Moreau et Ludovic Moreau (Andréane Lamarche), ses 2 arrière-petits-enfants William et Ève, ses frères et sœurs, beaux-frères et belles-sœurs, autres parents et amis.

Lieu et heure des visites
Centre Funéraire Régional Joliette, 1077 rue Lépine à Joliette
Samedi 29 octobre à compter de 12h30

Lieu et heure de la cérémonie commémorative
Chapelle du centre funéraire, samedi 29 octobre à 14h
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MOREAU, Gérard (I169984)
 
109 1967 - October 1969 Father Samuel C. Beausoleil
Father Beausoleil was born in 1923 in Anaconda. He attended Anaconda Catholic Schools and graduated from Carroll College. He was ordained in 1951. Father Beausoleil served parishes in Conrad, Missoula, Townsend, Bozeman, and Deer Lodge. He was a founding member of the pastoral team at Christ the King. While serving at Christ the King, he was also on the religious studies faculty at the University. He taught at Carroll College for 14, founding and directing the choral group, the Carrolleers. He retired in 1993. He died in Missoula on November 15, 1994.

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BEAUSOLEIL, Samuel Curtis (I71751)
 
110 2 charged with stolen vehicle possession
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ASHEVILLE - City police charged a Hendersonville pair with possessing a stolen vehicle Monday.

Jamie Lyn Sarmiento, 21, and Robert James Pelland, 30, both of Puma Drive, each were charged Monday with felony possession of a stolen motor vehicle and misdemeanor possession of stolen goods, according to warrants at the Buncombe County magistrate's office.

Both are accused of possessing a stolen 2015 Toyota Highlander owned by Hunter Nissan of Asheville as well as a stolen North Carolina license plate, according to warrants.

Sarmiento also possessed syringes and was charged with misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, according to warrants. She was being held at the Buncombe County Detention Facility on a $11,000 secured bond.

Pelland also was charged with felony possession of a controlled substance on jail premises and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia, according to warrants. He had 3 grams of methamphetamine as well as syringes on his person while in the custody of the Buncombe County Detention Facility, warrants state.

Pelland was being held there on a $16,000 secured bond 
PELLAND, Robert James (I24728)
 
111 2 DIE, 1 CRITICALLY INJURED Students, friends cope with death of teens Arrowhead High's hallways quiet after accident kills classmate
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
March 19, 1996
Author: ERNST-ULRICH FRANZEN; Journal Sentinel staff
Estimated printed pages: 2

Cheryl Schauer hasn't been sleeping well since coming on the scene of the traffic accident early Sunday that took the lives of two area teens and left a third in the hospital.

So she keeps going back.

"I don't know what to do," she said Monday afternoon, standing in front of the tree that was hit by the car and has been turned into a shrine by local students. "I can't sleep. It was pretty awful."

Anthony Harenda, 19, and Nicole Lapplander, 18, were killed when Harenda's car crashed into a tree at a high rate of speed about 1:20 a.m. Sunday. Another occupant of the car, Gordon Liebl, 19, was taken by Flight for Life helicopter to Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital in Wauwatosa, where he remained in critical condition Monday.

Schauer said she first came on the scene as she was driving home.

"The first thing we saw was all this stuff covering the road," she said.

"My first thought was `Who would leave their car in the road like that?' " she said. "It was so dark, and there was no one around. It was so unreal that I didn't even think about someone being hurt."

Then she saw the bodies and ran to a home to get help.

"They told me they'd already called 911, and they came out to help," she said. "At first, we thought there were only two people hurt, because we couldn't see the girl in the dark. But, then, looking around with a flashlight, we found her."

Schauer said she spent about an hour and a half at the scene, part of that time trying to comfort Liebl.

"He was moaning, and I went over and I was rubbing his head," she said, with tears in her eyes. "I'll never get that out of my mind."

Schauer visited the scene several times Sunday and Monday, she said, joining the teenagers who had been gathering in small groups all day Monday.

Some of the teens who visited the scene after school Monday stood silently reading the poems and cards taped to the tree and attached to bouquets of flowers around it. Others wept. They declined to talk to a reporter.

Students leaving the Arrowhead High School north campus Monday said the entire student body was in shock over the tragedy.

"Whether you knew them or not, it affects you," said Janelle Jorgenson, 15. "It was a really mellow mood, today. Everybody was upset."

"It shocked the whole school because you don't expect this to happen to you," said Jennifer Porinsky, 17, who was a classmate of Lapplander. "Kids think they're invincible. It was real quiet today."

"She was just a really sweet girl," said Porinsky of Lapplander.

Students said teachers read a letter to their classes Monday morning, expressing the school's sadness over the loss of the teens, and announcing that counselors would be available if needed.

At least one group of students met with a counselor in the school's commons area, but many students simply consoled each other.

"A lot of kids pretty much turned to each other," said Kristin Martin, 16. "Yesterday, I saw at least 20 sophomores at the tree, crying. They were there for four hours."

"A lot of people were over there crying," added Bethany Holty, 15. "We're all shocked. Nobody thinks it happens around here." 
LAPPLANDER, Darlene (I61402)
 
112 2 DIE, 1 CRITICALLY INJURED Students, friends cope with death of teens Arrowhead High's hallways quiet after accident kills classmate
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
March 19, 1996
Author: ERNST-ULRICH FRANZEN; Journal Sentinel staff
Estimated printed pages: 2

Cheryl Schauer hasn't been sleeping well since coming on the scene of the traffic accident early Sunday that took the lives of two area teens and left a third in the hospital.

So she keeps going back.

"I don't know what to do," she said Monday afternoon, standing in front of the tree that was hit by the car and has been turned into a shrine by local students. "I can't sleep. It was pretty awful."

Anthony Harenda, 19, and Nicole Lapplander, 18, were killed when Harenda's car crashed into a tree at a high rate of speed about 1:20 a.m. Sunday. Another occupant of the car, Gordon Liebl, 19, was taken by Flight for Life helicopter to Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital in Wauwatosa, where he remained in critical condition Monday.

Schauer said she first came on the scene as she was driving home.

"The first thing we saw was all this stuff covering the road," she said.

"My first thought was `Who would leave their car in the road like that?' " she said. "It was so dark, and there was no one around. It was so unreal that I didn't even think about someone being hurt."

Then she saw the bodies and ran to a home to get help.

"They told me they'd already called 911, and they came out to help," she said. "At first, we thought there were only two people hurt, because we couldn't see the girl in the dark. But, then, looking around with a flashlight, we found her."

Schauer said she spent about an hour and a half at the scene, part of that time trying to comfort Liebl.

"He was moaning, and I went over and I was rubbing his head," she said, with tears in her eyes. "I'll never get that out of my mind."

Schauer visited the scene several times Sunday and Monday, she said, joining the teenagers who had been gathering in small groups all day Monday.

Some of the teens who visited the scene after school Monday stood silently reading the poems and cards taped to the tree and attached to bouquets of flowers around it. Others wept. They declined to talk to a reporter.

Students leaving the Arrowhead High School north campus Monday said the entire student body was in shock over the tragedy.

"Whether you knew them or not, it affects you," said Janelle Jorgenson, 15. "It was a really mellow mood, today. Everybody was upset."

"It shocked the whole school because you don't expect this to happen to you," said Jennifer Porinsky, 17, who was a classmate of Lapplander. "Kids think they're invincible. It was real quiet today."

"She was just a really sweet girl," said Porinsky of Lapplander.

Students said teachers read a letter to their classes Monday morning, expressing the school's sadness over the loss of the teens, and announcing that counselors would be available if needed.

At least one group of students met with a counselor in the school's commons area, but many students simply consoled each other.

"A lot of kids pretty much turned to each other," said Kristin Martin, 16. "Yesterday, I saw at least 20 sophomores at the tree, crying. They were there for four hours."

"A lot of people were over there crying," added Bethany Holty, 15. "We're all shocked. Nobody thinks it happens around here."

Deaths shake community Arrowhead grieves for victims
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
March 19, 1996
Author: MARK LISHERON; Journal Sentinel staff
Estimated printed pages: 4

Handwritten notes were carefully sealed in plastic wrap and nailed to a tree streaked with red automobile paint.

The notes expressed gratitude to Anthony Harenda, to Nicole Lapplander and to Gordon Liebl for their friendship.

They promised never to forget.

Classmates dropped roses, tulips and carnations at the base of the big tree where shards of bark and car parts were scattered, a mailbox post was bent to the ground and a parking sign had been sheared off at its base.

On Monday, the expansive Student Commons, at the entryway to the Arrowhead North Campus, was full of students and nearly silent. Counselors waited in their offices and in the theater for students who shuffled with their heads down from classes to clusters of friends.

"Today they're talking and sharing memories," Principal Bonnie Laugerman said. "They're asking themselves about what could have been, what should have been. They need to talk now, they really need to. We are grieving, not unlike any family who grieves."

Other friends and family strove mightily Monday not to be swallowed up in the gulf that separates their best memories from their worst nightmares.

Tony and Nicky and Gordy, as they are referred to by loved ones, were part of a floating group of friends who might or might not be together on the weekend, depending on who was coming back home to Waukesha County, Nicole's good friend, Amber Thrall, said.

Tony and Gordy, both 19, had gone to St. John Vianney, in Brookfield, together and remained close friends when Tony enrolled at Hartland-Arrowhead High School and Gordy went to Milwaukee Marquette University High School.

It was through Tony that Gordy met Nicky and Amber, who were a year behind at Arrowhead. Tony and Gordy and their friends were the kind of boys girls liked to be with, Thrall said.

"Tony was a really nice guy, someone who was just out looking for fun, but not insincere," Thrall said. "We'd all get together on weekends, you know and just hang out. We were all just friends."

The group didn't get together as often after Gordy moved into Witte Hall on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus this past fall, Roger Howard, assistant dean of students said Monday.

Tony had also moved to Madison and, in addition to a part-time bookstore job, was enrolled in Native American History and Introduction to Drama at Madison Area Technical College, Janet Kelly, manager of public relations for the school, said.

Everyone in Witte, it seems, knew Gordy and Tony, Howard said.

"They were both very well known and very well liked in the hall, from the reaction I got," Howard said, after grief counselors were sent to Witte Hall. "Tony spent a lot of time with Gordy."

Counselors came to Witte Hall Sunday night as students returned from spring break to learn Gordy would not be coming back for a while and Tony would not be coming back at all, Howard said.

MATC administrators, who learned of Tony's death Monday afternoon, were still discussing ways to help Tony's classmates with the news, Kelly said.

Nicky and Amber sometimes visited their friends in Madison on the weekends, Thrall said. There had been a time during their junior year that Thrall fell away, when she would see Nicky with Tony and Gordy at parties. But, by their senior year, they were together again, she said.

In Nicky, Amber had found someone whose straightforward honesty was softened by an open mind and an unfailingly sweet disposition. "Sunshine girl," was the way Thrall had always thought of Nicky.

For several months when he was having personal troubles and moved in with the Lapplanders, Dan Asbach, 19, of the Town of Merton, thought of Nicky and her sister, Jennifer, 20, as his own sisters.

Asbach saw her kind way with the family pets, knowing she wanted to be a veterinarian. How she nurtured friendships. And how those friends reciprocated.

"She was perfect," Asbach said. "She was very pretty, energetic, smart and creative. She was the perfect package, all rolled into one person."

Nicky's mother, Linda Lapplander, said her daughter's pursuit of fun last year cost her academically. Linda and Mike Lapplander told their daughter to quit her part-time job at a local pet store and devote her time to study. The result was a nomination for most improved student at Arrowhead this year.

The night after her parents celebrated her 18th birthday Thursday with money for two shirts, a country western compact disc and the pair of sandals she coveted Nicky got a call from Tony about a hastily-called party, Linda Lapplander said.

Nicky left with Tony and Gordy between 8 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Nicky called about an hour later to say she was bored at the party and wanted to come home.

"She didn't ask us specifically to come and get her, so we didn't go," Linda Lapplander said.

Linda Lapplander, on her way home from a 12-hour work shift, was met at their house Sunday morning by a police officer and a chaplain who explained to her what had happened. To this moment, she only vaguely knows who Tony and Gordy were, she said.

The Lapplanders set visitation for Nicky for 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at St. Charles Catholic Church, in Hartland, with a service to follow. A private burial was set for St. Charles Cemetery.

Funeral services for Tony were pending Tuesday morning with Harder Funeral Home in Brookfield.

Gordy remained in critical condition late Monday at Froedtert Memorial Lutheran Hospital.

Services, Asbach said, will help the community recall, the parties and the wild drives, even as they cannot explain how the fun could go so terribly wrong.

"I feel so helpless," Asbach said. "I keep thinking I could have helped Nicky, that I could have done something. If only I could have been there to catch her."

"They're asking themselves about what could have been, what should have been. They need to talk now, they really need to. We are grieving, not unlike any family who grieves."
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Photo 1; Photo 2; Photo color; WILLIAM MEYER; STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER

Caption: Harenda; Lapplander; Aimee Winkler, an Arrowhead High School senior, lights a candle after school Monday at the site of a fatal car crash in the Town of Merton. Her boyfriend is the brother of Anthony Harenda, one of two people killed in the accident early Sunday. 
LAPPLANDER, Nicole (I61840)
 
113 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Gary M (I7322)
 
114 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Patricia (I7323)
 
115 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. WASSON, Steven Ronald (I8413)
 
116 2 fév 1900 LEFEBVRE, Albert (I17153)
 
117 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Cécile (I2554)
 
118 2 Lt 28 Infantry Regiment PELLAND, Ralph Eugene (I2544)
 
119 20 ans au rec.66; 22 au rec.67; 30 au rec.81

tuée par les Iroquois 
DODIN, Hélène (I43112)
 
120 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLANT, Sawyer Jane (I105938)
 
121 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Micaela (I40554)
 
122 2007, Union Gap, Yakima Co., WA, Obituary

Yakima Herald-Republic, 7/12/2007

Rose (Briski) Berger, 95 passed away, Monday, July 9th, 2007 at Parkside Nursing Care Center where she resided for 4 years. Rose was born on a farm on August 26th, 1911 in New England, North Dakota to Antonia & John Briski. She was the 5th of 14 children. Rose married Nick Berger in Selfridge, North Dakota on June 3rd, 1930. They farmed in North Dakota until moving to Yakima, Washington in 1930; building their home on Swan Avenue. Nick retired from Boise Cascade and Rose worked for over 50 years in the Yakima canneries, retiring from Snokist in 1983. After Nick died in 1979, Rose moved into the Suntower Retirement Home where she lived for 20 years. Rose loved to sew and crochet and had many of her pieces displayed at the Central Washington State Fair where she received numerous ribbons for her work. Rose was also famous for her wonderful cinnamon rolls she made for friends and family.

Rose is survived by daughter Phyllis (Skip) Geroux of Surprise, Arizona; grandchildren, Craig Blankenship (Kristina Wagner) of Yakima, Kevin (Becky) Geroux of Prescott, Arizona, Michelle (Brian) Jaquish of Carson City, Nevada and Aaron Geroux of Fayetteville, North Carolina, Michael, Chrystal, Debra and Liza Berger of Wisconsin; sisters, Julia (Bob) Desgrosellier and Helen Moore of Yakima and Agnes Vergeres of Stafford, Virginia; and brothers, Paul Briski of Sumner, WA, Lawrence Briski of Yakima and numerous great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her husband Nick, daughter Helen Blankenship and son Aaron (Sonny) Berger; sisters, Kay Feyh and Marie Earl and brothers, Louie, George, Tony, Johnny and Jack Briski, and son-in-law, Willard Blankenship.

Vigil services will be Thursday, July 12, 2007 at 6:00 p.m. at Langevin-Mussetter Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial is Friday, July 13, 2007 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Paul Cathedral. Burial will follow in Calvary Cemetery. 
BRISKI, Rose (I167518)
 
123 22 ans dans USAF PELLAND, Patrick Victor (I2172)
 
124 23 ans au rec.66, à Lauzon; 22 ans au rec.67, à Lauzon, domestique d'Eustache Lambert; 38 ans au rec.81, à Lauzon BERGERON, André (I42874)
 
125 25 jul 1971 selon Oregon Death Index PELLAND, Ada Rose Rosalie (I1220)
 
126 25 PICNICKERS DROWN IN BAY AS LAUNCH SINKS.

Midland, Ont., Sept. 22. -- (AP) -- A picnic to celebrate the completion of a war contract at the Midland Foundry & Machine Co. came to an abrupt and tragic ending in Georgian Bay last night when the party's 75-foot twin-engined motor launch Wa-Wi-Net, suddenly listed, righted itself and sank, drowning probably 25 of the 42 men aboard.
Among the missing was BERT CORBEAU, foundry superintendent and former National League Hockey star, who owned the launch and was believed to have been at the wheel when the unexplained accident happened. ELMER SHAW of Midland, formerly of Toronto, president of the company, was saved.
The death toll originally was reported as 26, but in mid afternoon STEWART CHEETHAM of Midland, another widely known hockey player who in recent years was with the Atlantic City Seagulls, was found alive on Beausoleil Island, about eight miles from here.
Three other men, at first believed to be alive on the island, later were found dead on the shore.

Titusville Herald Pennsylvania 1942-09-23

Listing of casualties:
From Penetanguishene:
AIME LALUMIERE.
BERT CORBEAU. 
LALUMIÈRE, Aimé (I26013)
 
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128 2m à Measer? LAPLANTE, Florida Hénédine Marie (I18503)
 
129 2m, THIBODEAU, André (I59737)
 
130 3 enfants. RÉMILLARD, Jacqueline Fernande Marie (I46765)
 
131 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. LAFANTAISIE, Lorenzo Antoine (I46769)
 
132 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. QUENNEVILLE, Léo Olivier Joseph (I46777)
 
133 30 April 1901 – Born in Victoria Harbour, Ontario, Florence Leda ARBOUR was the 2nd of 5 children of mill worker Pierre ARBOUR and his wife Philomene StAMAND. Leda was just 9 when her mother passed away. She then assisted her older sister Hilda in caring for their younger siblings while their father worked. Leda was about 19 when she married Ernest Percy CONNERS in Toronto. Leda and Ernie then welcomed 9 children into their home, 4 daughters and 5 sons. Throughout the years from late 1923 to early 1943, this growing family struggled financially. Ernie worked as a Truck Driver (Nov 1928, Sep 1929, Sep 1931), a Fruit Peddler (Sep 1932), "On Relief" (Sep 1935), and Shipbuilder (Jan 1943). Commensurately, the family moved around quite a bit, living in at least 21 places during these 19 years. True tragedy struck this family on 15 July 1939. On that day, 9-year old Allan was playing around on the roof of his 2-story school before plunging 30 feet to his death. Although Ernie was already an alcoholic before this incident, he no doubt stepped up his drinking to drive away the pain, which of course only contributed to the family’s continued misery. Leda died in 1975. It is unclear when or where Ernie passed away. Although 4 grandchildren and one great-grandchild are known for this couple, they likely have more. ARBOUR, Florence Léda (I76968)
 
134 37. BRADLEY M.7 GREEN (SHANE6, STEPHEN W.5, RALPH E.4, EMMA3 ALLEN, ELIZABETH2 BROWN, JOHN
WAKEFIELD1) was born 29 Mar 1978 in Lander, Wyoming. He married SHANNON M. PARAZOO. She was born 16
Apr 1980.
Child of BRADLEY GREEN and SHANNON PARAZOO is:
i. BRAYDEN8 GREEN, b. 02 Feb 2001, Oregon.

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Shannon Parazoo

According to the US Marshals Service, convicted murderer Shannon Parazoo is still at large after escaping from incarceration with his son, Alonzo Durgin. The pair were at a work-release program in Casper, Wyoming and never returned.

Both men had been inmates at the re-entry center since 2006. Cops say that Parazoo contacted the center on February 9, 2007 to say that he was headed to his job at a Casper welding company, but never showed when a vehicle came to pick him up. Durgin used a pass that enabled him to leave and see his step-mother, Rose Parazoo. He never returned from the visit.

That very same day, Rose and her two children disappeared. Authorities believe that the whole family is hiding out in rural Montana, possibly at an Indian reservation.

Tipsters have told law enforcement that the two men are armed and dangerous and would go so far as to use children as human shields. US Marshals had a confirmed sighting of the fugitives five miles from the Canadian border where a vehicle, a Dodge van, was found. At the time, authorities thought that the Parazoo clan may have fled into Canada. However, days later the two men were spotted in Fort Belknap, an Indian reservation. Police say that Rose Parazoo grew up in the area.

Parazoo was convicted in 1985 of second degree murder stemming from an incident in Gillette, Wyoming where he beat a man and left him to freeze to death on the side of a road. Durgin was sent to prison in 1997 after he robbed a gas station and had a shootout with local cops when they tried to apprehend him.

Wanted For:
Escape , Casper , WY ; Feb 09, 2007
(Information valid as of March 7, 2007) 
PARAZOO, Shannon (I106413)
 
135 389.THERESA10 DURAND (JOSEPH9, PAUL8, JOSEPH AMBROISE7, JOSEPH6, PIERRE5, LOUIS4, LOUIS3, JEAN2 DURAND* DIT LAFORTUNE, LOUIS1 DURAND) was born 1907 in Saint-Jean-de-Matha [Joliette], Que, and died in Farnham (Missisquoi), Que..She married JEAN-PAUL BERNARD in Montreal, Que.
Children of THERESA DURAND and JEAN-PAUL BERNARD are:
i. Marguerite11 Bernard, b. Farnham (Missisquoi), Que..

ii. Andre Bernard, b. Farnham (Missisquoi), Que..

iii. Louis Phillippe Bernard, b. Farnham (Missisquoi), Que..

iv. Jean Bernard, b. 1932, Joliette, Que..
390.JOSEPH HENRY (LIPPE)10 DURAND (JOSEPH9, PAUL8, JOSEPH AMBROISE7, JOSEPH6, PIERRE5, LOUIS4, LOUIS3, JEAN2 DURAND* DIT LAFORTUNE, LOUIS1 DURAND) was born 1909 in Saint-Jean-de-Matha [Joliette], Que, and died in Montreal, Que.He married BERANGERE BOUCHER in Montreal, Que.
Children of JOSEPH DURAND and BERANGERE BOUCHER are:
i. Renee11 Durand, b. 1933, St. Francois Solano, Montral.

ii. Lise Durand, b. 1935, St. Francois Solano, Montral.

iii. Richard Durand, b. 1939, Notre Dame de Graces, Montreal, Que.

iv. Michel Durand, b. 1944, Gander Terreneuve. 
LIPPÉ, Zénobie Marie (I35979)
 
136 39 127 Fleury Henry M Head M Sep 20 1849 51

40 127 Fleury Delphine F Wife M Dec 8 1839 61

41 127 Fleury David M Son S Jul 15 1878 22

42 127 Fleury Germaine F Daughter S Dec 1 1883 17

43 127 Fleury Zénon M Son S Jul 10 1885 15

44 127 Fleury Homère M Son S May 20 1888 12

St-Alphonse 1901. 
FLEURY, Henri (I21915)
 
137 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Renee Marie (I7324)
 
138 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Thérèse (I2555)
 
139 4 enfants. HÉRARD, Joseph Alexis (I29251)
 
140 4- … … Paquette

m.
à … … Préfontaine


5- … … Paquette

m.
à … … Cadieux


6- … … Paquette

m.
à … … Lemoine
(Gaston et Yvonne Amiot) 
PAQUETTE, Patrick (I58147)
 
141 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Garrett Michael (I101279)
 
142 42 Clermont Octave M Head M Oct 11 1859 42
47 42 Clermont Marie-Louise F Wife M Mar 21 1865 36
48 42 Clermont Rose F Daughter S Sep 26 1887 14
49 42 Clermont Anna F Daughter S Aug 30 1889 12
50 42 Clermont Exilia F Daughter S Sep 24 1891 10
St-Cléophas 1901

42 Clermont Joseph M Son S Jul 7 1893 8
2 42 Clermont Marie-Blanche F Daughter S Dec 29 1895 6
3 42 Clermont Omer M Son S Oct 16 1897 4
4 42 Clermont Filias M Son S Jun 15 1899 2
5 42 Clermont Emile M Son S Oct 17 1900 6/12 
CLERMONT, Octave (I36081)
 
143 43 Masse Léandre M Head M Apr 15 1861 40
7 43 Masse Julie F Wife M Oct 27 1857 44
8 43 Masse Joseph M Son S Apr 4 1882 19
9 43 Masse Rosalba F Daughter S Mar 10 1884 17
10 43 Masse Georgiana F Daughter S Apr 21 1885 15
11 43 Masse Elie M Son S Mar 3 1888 13
12 43 Masse Malvina F Daughter S May 5 1890 11
13 43 Masse Exilia F Daughter S May 19 1892 9
14 43 Masse Marie-Anna F Daughter S Nov 3 1895 6
15 43 Masse Omer M Son S Feb 18 1899 2

St-Cléophas 1901 p. 6 
CLERMONT, Julie (I30933)
 
144 4A 29 Main St 2 49 62 Rainville Trefflie Head 1 R . M W 54 M 1923 Na . . yes yes Canada French Canada French Canada French yes Laborer Cotton Mill W . col 15 - blank
4A 30 Main St 2 49 62 Rainville Matilda Wife . . F W 50 M 1903 Na . . yes yes Canada French Canada French Canada French yes none . . . col 15 - blank
4A 31 Main St 2 49 62 Rainville Homer Son . . M W 23 S 1903 Na 1910 . yes yes Canada French Canada French Canada French yes Tool Maker Machine Shop W . .
4A 32 Main St 2 49 62 Rainville Donia Son . . M W 17 S 1903 Na . no yes yes Canada French Canada French Canada French yes Doffer Cotton Mill W . col 15 - blank
4A 33 Main St 2 49 62 Rainville Fred Son . . M W 15 S . . . no yes yes Massachusetts . Canada French Canada French yes Doffer Cotton Mill W . .
4A 34 Main St 2 49 62 Rainville Donalda Daughter . . F W 12 S . . . yes yes yes Rhode Island . Canada French Canada French yes none . . . .
4A 35 Main St 2 49 62 Brady Florilda Daughter . . F W 21 M 1903 Na . no yes yes Canada French Canada French Canada French yes Spinner Cotton Mill W . col 15 - blank
4A 36 Main St 2 49 62 Brady Alice Grand child . . F W 1 S . . . . . . Rhode Island . Rhode Island . Canada French . none none . . . 
RAINVILLE, Trefflé (I29105)
 
145 5 August 2010

Richard "Jim" Pellant

passed away in Lincs on 26th July 2010, aged 81. He will be greatly missed by Ian and Paul and their families. Funeral at St Mary's Church, Ware, on Monday 9th August at 2.30pm. Enquiries to Powell Funeral Service 01920 463260. 
PELLANT, Richard Arthur (I19340)
 
146 5 enfants SAUCIER, Paul Hermile Joseph (I3917)
 
147 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. BALISE, Timothy Michael (I57180)
 
148 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLANT, Nicholas Andrew (I36265)
 
149 50 ans au rec.66, 59 ans au rec.67; héritière des seigneuries de son père; vend une partie du fief St-Joseph à Jean Talon 17-01-1668, donne le fief St-Joseph à Jean-Baptiste Couillard 16-10-1680, vend le fief du Sault-au-Matelot à François de Laval 10-04-1666 (vente contestée par ses enfants) HÉBERT, Guillemette (I42993)
 
150 Au moins une personne vivante ou marquée privée est liée à cette note - Les détails ne sont donc pas publiés. PELLAND, Joel William (I20297)
 

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