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101 Amelie / Emelie Broussard Cormier
April 23, 1889 - July 25, 1965

Daugther of
Pierre Mozart / Mozard Broussard
Marie Idelie Broussard Broussard
Broussard, Amelie (I11644)
102 Ameline Landry Breaux peacefully entered into eternal rest on Saturday, July 1, 2017 at the age of 86. Beloved wife of the late Herbert Breaux, Jr. Daughter of the late Philip Landry, Sr. and Cynthia Breaux Landry. Beloved and loving mother of Blaine J. Breaux, Sr. (Cynthia G.), Wade Breaux (Vickie), Sonia B. Gaspard (Richard P.) and Carla B. Foret (Anthony). Loving Grandmother of Blaine "BJ", Jr., Natasha, Blake, Russell, Torie, Ginny, Chanda, Tara, Chad, Ryan and Brandon. Ameline is also survived by 21 great grandchildren as well as a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. She is the sister of Philip Landry, Jr., Henry Landry, Sr. (Josephine), Eddie "Lou" Landry (Gloria) and the late Percy Landry (Survived by Anne), Jerry Landry (Survived by Edna) and Calvin Landry, Sr. (the late Ella Mae). She was born in Pierre Part, LA and was a resident of Marrero, LA. The family would like to extend a sincere appreciation to Eagan Hospice for their love and support given to Ameline. In lieu of flowers, please consider donations to The American Cancer Society, 2605 River Road, New Orleans, LA 70121, 504-469-0021 or log on to or to Susan B. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, 4141 Veterans Blvd # 202, Metairie, LA 70002. Family and friends are invited to attend the visitation at MOTHE FUNERAL HOME, 7040 Lapalco Blvd., Marrero, LA on Thursday, July 6, 2017 from 11AM until 1PM. Funeral Services will be held at the funeral home on Thursday at 1PM. Interment will be in Restlawn Park Cemetery, Avondale, LA. Family and friends may view and sign the online guestbook at
Landry, Ameline (I5877)
103 Amero, Larry Allen ? Age 59, of Weymouth Mills, passed away December 5th, 2013 in Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Larry was born in Weaver Settlement; he was a son of Gladys (Hill) Amero and the late Clyde Amero. Larry spent his career driving a logging truck. His door was always open to all. His life was his Saviour; he looked forward to meetings at the Gospel Hall. Larry was a wonderful husband and father, he will be missed greatly by his wife, Judith (Forbes) Amero; daughter, Suann (Peter) Barr, Dartmouth; sisters, Angela (Sam) Harnish; Rebecca (Bradley) Peck; Loretta (Evan) Amero, Shannon (Billy) Amero, Rhoda (Clifford) Hill; Tanya and Shelly (Alex Torres) Amero; brothers, Anthony (Lorraine); Wade (Shelly); Darnell (Vickey); Matthew (Cindy) also many nieces and nephews. Visitation will be 2-4 and 7-9pm, Sunday December 8th, from Jayne?s Funeral Home, #5114 Hwy #1 Weymouth North. Funeral service will be 1pm, Monday December 9th from Jayne?s Funeral Home, 7 Birch Street Digby (245-2525) Interment in Weaver Settlement Cemetery. Donations in memory of Larry may be made to a charity of choice. Amero, Larry Allen (I13876)
104 AMIRO, Donna Marie ? Brooklyn, Yarmouth Co., passed away February 2, 2013 at Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Born March 17, 1947 in Yarmouth, she was a daughter of Mary (Forbes) Flemming and the late Freeman Forbes. Donna will be sadly missed by Joe, her husband of 44 years, and all of his family. She is survived by her mother, Mary; a sister, Judy (Larry) Amero, Weymouth Falls; brothers, Freeman, Ernie and Joey, all of Yarmouth and half sisters, Louise, Noella and Brenda. Aside from her father, she was predeceased by a brother, Andrew. Donna had many nieces, nephews, grand nieces and grand nephews that she loved and always remembered on their birthdays and at Christmas. Donna also faithfully kept in touch with their godchildren, Sheryl and Sharon of Dartmouth. Donna and Joe worked at the cotton mill in Yarmouth until it closed, then she worked at a local fish plant then at the Red Knight until she retired. Donna much appreciated all her care givers at Yarmouth Regional Hospital and during her short stay at the VG in Halifax. Special thanks to her sister-in-law, Eileen, for being there for her and Joe every day, and to her sister, Judy, for her love and encouragement. Visitation will take place from 4-5 and 7 to 9 p.m., Monday, with prayers at 8 p.m., both at H. M. Huskilson?s Funeral Home, Yarmouth, where the funeral service will be held on Tuesday, February 5th at 2 p.m., Rev. Mr. Stephen Bourque officiating. Interment will follow in Our Lady of Calvary Cemetery, Forbes, Donna Marie (I6266)
105 AMIRO, Joseph Charles ?Joe? ? age 77, Brooklyn, Yarmouth Co., passed away on Thursday, October 3, 2019 in Yarmouth Regional Hospital after a short battle with cancer. Born August 20, 1942 in Halifax, Joe was a son to the late Joseph and Marion (Cook) Amero. He and his wife both worked at Dominion Textiles in Yarmouth until it closed, after which they continued working together at the Red Knight until their retirement. After his wife?s death in 2013, Joe continued the tradition of sending birthday and Christmas cards to the entire family. Many people will remember meeting Joe one of his many walks, and once he was unable to walk to town anymore, he faithfully pedalled on his exercise bike three times a day, continued making his famous soups and he enjoyed the challenge of word-find puzzles. Joe much appreciated his daily visits and drives to town with his sister Eileen. Joe was always there for his family and will be lovingly missed by all of them. Joe is survived by brothers and sisters, Jim, Pubnico; Pat (Beth), New Minas; Wayne, Yarmouth; Eileen Surette, Yarmouth; Catherine Murphy, Yarmouth; Agnes Amero, Yarmouth; a sister-in-law, Helen Amero; a godchild, Sheryl Pasterios, Dartmouth and many nieces and nephews. Aside from his parents, he was predeceased by his wife of 40 years, Donna (Forbes) Amiro and a brother David Amero. Visitation will take place from 6-8 p.m. Sunday with prayers at 7 p.m., followed by visitation from 1-2 p.m. and the funeral at 2:00 p.m., Monday, October 7 both at H.M. Huskilson?s Memorial Chapel, 29 Albert Street, Yarmouth, Deacon Bruce Hubbard officiating. Interment will follow in Our Lady of Calvary Cemetery. Amero, Joseph Charles (I6265)
106 Ancestor Joseph Trahan was an Acadian born in the village of Grand Pre where he married in 1725 and where all of his children were born. He was about 50 years of age when Grand Pre was captured. The Trahan family was deported to Virginia where his wife (Elizabeth Theriot) died. Virginia rejected the Acadians so they were sent to England. Trahan died in the following year while in detention at Liverpool. I descend from two of his daughters, Francoise (1737) and Madeleine (1741). Both married while in England but migrated to France in 1763. These two daughters immigrated to Louisiana in 1785. For more information, see Clarence Breaux, "The Ancestry of Certain Breaux, .......... Families in Louisiana..........."

Trahan-dit-Beausoleil, Joseph (I12412)
107 Andre is the son of Andre Bernard (1614-1676) and Marie Delezay (1619-). He married Marie Giton (dauther of Denis Giton and Marie Pain) on 26 November 1676, in Quebec. They are the parents of the following:

1) Marguerite (1682-1749) md Francois Audet
2) Marie-Anne (1683-) md Francois Paquet 
Bernard, Andre (I3990)
108 Andre Nasair Breton, 71, of Leominster, died Saturday, May 26, after an illness.

He leaves his wife of 44 years, Gisele M. (Daigle) Breton; 2 sons, David A. Breton, husband of Kristin L. Breton and Gregory A. Breton, husband of Gisele D. Breton; two grandchildren, Logan and Sydney Breton, children of Gregory; three brothers, Alain Breton, husband of Paula Breton, Jeannot Breton, husband of the late, Vanessa Breton, and Jean-Pierre Breton; three sisters, Francine LeBlanc, wife of Jacques LeBlanc, Lisette Magnin, wife of Jim Magnin, and Celine Breton; 13 nieces and nephews.

Andre enjoyed hunting and fishing but he especially loved spending time with family.

The Mass of Christian Burial is Saturday, June 2, at 11:00 A.M. at St. Cecilia?s Church, 180 Mechanic St., Leominster.
Breton, Andre Nasair (I11536)
109 Andree married Jean Pregent in 1683, in Port-Royal, Acadie (he was 43 and she was 16). They are the parents of the following:

1) Marie (abt 1684-) md Antoine Thibodeau
2) Anne (abt 1687-) md (a) Francois Pitre and (b) Michel Boudreau
3) Pierre dit L'aine (abt 1690-) md Marguerite Doucet
4) Jean-Baptiste (abt 1692-) md Marie Gaudet
5) Francois (abt 1695-) md Marie-Madeleine Virgneau
6) Madeleine (about 1699-) md Jean-Charles Doucet
7) Joseph Christome (abt 1697-) md Mariel-Louise Comeau
8) Marie-Josephe (abt 1702-) md Joseph Mius
9) Nicolas (1704-1765) md (a) Marguerite Broussard and (b) Anne Samson
10) Charles (1706-) md (a) Francoise Boudreau, (b) Catherine Brossard, and (c) Marguerite Simon
11) Pierre (1708-1768) md Marguerite Brun
12) Honore (1711-1758) md Marie Broussard

Savoie, Andree Marguerite (I9433)
110 Andrée was born in La Chaussée, then in the Loudunais, now in Vienne, France. The above is her christening date, rather than birth date. The daughter of Vincent Brun and Renée Breau, she emigrated to Port-Royal while she was young.

She married Germain Thériot around 1668. He died before the 1678 Census. They are the parents of the following:

1) Germain (1669-1750), husband of Anne Pellerin
2) Pierre (1671-), husband of Marie Bourg
3) Catherine (1673-), wife of Martin Aucoin

Andrée remarried Emmanuel Hébert around 1680. They are the parents of the following:

1) Guillaume (1681), husband of Marie-Josèphe Dupuis
2) Marguerite (1682), wife of Jean Thibodeau
3) Jean-Emmanuel (1683), husband of Madeleine Dugas
4) Jacques (1684), husband of Marguerite Landry
5) Alexandre (1685), husband of Marie Dupuis
6) Martin (1687)

Thank you Anita (47829810) for your contributions to the above. 
Brun, Andrée (I3560)
111 Angus J. Comeau, age 82, a longtime resident of Quincy, died peacefully, Wednesday, January 10, 2018, at home, surrounded by his loving family.
Angus was born in Saulnierville Station, Nova Scotia, Canada to the late Arcade J. and Elizabeth M. (Theriault) Comeau. He was raised and educated there and immigrated to the United States in 1959, settling in Quincy. He had lived in Quincy for nearly sixty years.
Angus worked in the hotel industry for over fifty years. He was employed as the well-known Bell Captain at the Sheraton Boston for thirty-three years and had recently retired. He loved his job.
He enjoyed gardening, the outdoors, and feeding birds. Angus also enjoyed playing cards and was an avid Red Sox fan. He was dedicated to his family and especially enjoyed supporting the activities and accomplishments of his grandchildren.
Beloved husband for sixty years of Rosalie M. "Rose" (Deveau) Comeau. Devoted father of Brian J. Comeau and his wife Donna of Meteghan River, Nova Scotia, Canada, Lisa M. Nickerson and her husband George of Quincy. Loving grandfather of Carla M. Nickerson and twins, Bryann and Bryce Nickerson. Dear brother of Dora LeBlanc and her husband Willie of Quincy, Richard Comeau and his wife Joyce of Quincy, Eugene Comeau of Pembroke, William Comeau and his wife Carol of Norwell. Angus was the brother-in-law of Charlene Comeau of Hanover and is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Funeral from the Sweeney Brothers Home for Funerals, 1 Independence Avenue, Quincy on Tuesday, January 16 at 9 a.m. Funeral Mass in Holy Trinity Parish at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, 227 Sea Street, Quincy at 10 o'clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Visiting hours at the funeral home on Monday 4 - 7 p.m. Interment Blue Hill Cemetery, Braintree.
For those who wish, donations in memory of Angus may be made to VNA Hospice & Palliative Care, 199 Rosewood Drive, Suite 180, Danvers, MA 01923 or online at
You are invited to visit or call 617-472-6344.

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Published in The Patriot Ledger on Jan. 13, 2018. 
Comeau, Angus J. (I4715)
112 Anita Jane Saulnier
Halifax Herald 4/16/2003

SAULNIER, Anita Jane - 18, Arcadia. Born December 11, 1984, passed away peacefully in Yarmouth Regional Hospital, Sunday, April 13, 2003. Anita, our "Earth Angel" courageously won her 18 year fight with Cystic Fibrosis. Anita attended grade 12 at Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School and was a member of Maple Grove/Yarmouth High Memorial Club, and was an employee at Dollarama for the past two years. Anita's spirit and essence brought out the best in everyone, and her love for life had been an inspiration to all who have had the honor of knowing her. She is survived by her mother, Joan Surette; her father, Ernest Saulnier, Tusket; brothers, Ryan Saulnier and Keegan Surette, both at home; maternal grandparents, Jane Surette and the late Belmont Surette, grampy, Ernie Muise; paternal grandparents, Ernest and Rose Saulnier; her best friend, Candace Boudreau; her devoted, loving boyfriend, Ryan Amirault. Anita leaves behind many aunts, uncles, cousins and countless friends whose hearts she had touched by her courageous and positive attitude towards life. The family would like to thank all of the nurses, doctors, and hospital staff, as they are a part of our extended family. Visitation will be 2-4, 7-9 p.m. today in Huskilson's Funeral Home, 29 Albert St., Yarmouth. Funeral service will be held 11 a.m. Thursday in Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Melbourne, Father Gerald LeBlanc officiating. In lieu of flowers, the family wishes donations be made to Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. On-line condolences may be sent to: 
Saulnier, Anita Jane (I7134)
113 Ann M. (Lawlor) of Newton, February 3, 2008. Beloved wife of the late Richard A. Grady. Loving mother of James of NC, Patricia of West Roxbury, David and Thomas, both of Newton, Ellen of Somerville, and Daniel of Newton. Grandmother of Alayne and William Grady. Sister of Rose Walsh of Marshfield, and the late Fenton Lawlor. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Visiting hours in The McNamara Funeral Home, 460 Washington Street, (At Lake Street) BRIGHTON, Tuesday 4:00-8:00 P.M. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in St. Columbkille Church, 321 Market Street, Brighton, on Wednesday at 9:00 A.M. Interment Mount Benedict Cemetery, West Roxbury. Lawlor, Ann M. (I861)
114 AnnaBelle Millman Mosbach was born on April 6, 1921 to Benjamin and Florence (Gray) Millman in Flandreau, SD. She attended elementary school at Dailey Rural School and graduated from Flandreau High School in 1938. AnnaBelle got her teaching degree from Iowa State Teacher College (UNI) in the spring of 1940. She began teaching elementary school in the Lake Township and taught several years at Greenville, Iowa. AnnaBelle married Emmett Mosbach in Spencer, Iowa on July 3, 1944. They began their married life together in Ruthven, Iowa. In 1946, they moved to Laurens, Iowa where they began the Laurens Dairy and Creamery. Many of AnnaBelle's fondest memories were wrapping butter at the Creamery and working at the Drive-In with many of the local teenagers, who she adored. She also worked for Dr. Sunner and Dr. Roberts at the local optometric clinic. After retirement, she enjoyed volunteering and was involved in teaching CCD classes at the Sacred Heart Catholic Church. She also spent many hours visiting with her friends at the Nursing Home and helping at Congregate Meals. AnnaBelle also was greeter at the Smith/ Loterbour/Powers Funeral Home for many years. She was honored as the Outstanding Senior Citizen of Pocahontas County in 1995. She also was an avid bowler and on her 70th birthday bowled a 600 series. AnnaBelle's hobbies included knitting, reading, baking, (most memorable being her "big chocolate chip cookies"), walking, and spending time with her beloved family. Grandma AnnaBelle was a patient, soft-spoken, "classy lady" who was loved by many. AnnaBelle entered her eternal home on Wednesday, November 17, 2010 at the age of 89. Those left to treasure her memory are her children: Dick and wife Beth, of Colorado Springs, CO; Jody Smith, Scotland, SD, Tom and wife LuAnn, of Chariton, IA; 9 grandchildren, and 4 great-grandchildren. Her two brothers, Bill and Tom, also survive her. She was preceded in death by her husband, Emmett; her parents, Ben and Florence Millman; her sister, Margaret; her brother, Grayson; and her grandson-in-law, Scott Mechtenberg. Millman, AnnaBelle (I6771)
115 Anne is the daughter of Charles Orillon and Marie-Anne Bastarache. The above birth year is estimated, as she was 25 years old on her marriage record. She married Antoine Hebert on 28 February 1737 in Port Royal and they are the parents of at least the following:
1) Jean-Baptiste (1737-1783) md (1) Theotiste Hebert and (2) Marie-Rose Thibodeau
2) Angele (1738-) md Joseph Deveau
3) Anne (1741-)

Anne is the sister of Jean Orillon and Joseph Orillon. She died prior to 12 August 1760, when her daughter Angele was married, but the exact date is unknown. 
Orillon dit Champagne, Anne (I10889)
116 Anne is the daughter of Jacques Brisson and Jacquette Peaune. She married Antoine on 23 January 1633, in La Rochelle, France. They are the parents of at least the following:

1) Catherine (1633-) md Mathurin Bigras
2) Marie (1641-1705) md Robert Gagnon 
Brisson, Anne (I9656)
117 Anne married Germain Terriot/Theriault in 1690, in Port-Royal Acadie. They are the parents of the following:
1) Anne (1691-1751) md Charles Doiron
2) Marie (1691-) md Claude Leblanc
3) Charles (1692-1758) md Angleique Doiron
4) Pierre (1694-1758) md Marguerite Guerin
5) Claude (1696-) md Marie Guerin
6) Francois (1703-1758) md Francoise Guerin
7) Madeleine (1704-1757) md Jean Henry
8) Germain (1705-) md Catherine-Josephe Benoit
9) Marie-Josephe (1707-1758) md Jean Benoit
10) Marguerite (1710-) md (a) Pierre Boisseau and (b) Francois Vigneron 
Pellerin, Anne (I13298)
118 Anne married Jean-Baptiste on 2 October 1708, in Port Royal, Acadie. They are the parents of at least the following:

1) Jean-Baptiste (1712-1767) md Madeleine Pellerin
2) Marguerite (1716-1769) md Pierre Pregent
3) Brigitte (1719-1785) md Pierre Orion 
Gautrot, Anne (I7184)
119 Anne married Julien Lord or Laure before 1678. They are the parents of the following (*verified with PRDH):
1) Alexandre (1676-1740) md Francoise Beriault
2) Pierre (1683-1738) md Jeanne Doucet
3) Marie (1684-) unmarried
4) Jacques (1685-) md (a) Marie-Charlotte Bonnevie and (b) Angelique Comeau
5) *Anne (abt 1687-1770) md Mathieu Doucet
6) Madeleine (1694-) md Francois Amirault
7) Marguerite (1698-) md Joseph Amirault
8) *Charles (abt 1704-1776) md Marie-Josephe Doucet

She was buried on 10 January 1742, in Port Royal. 
Girouard, Anne Charlotte (I12314)
120 Anne married Laurent Godin (1655-1737 [son of Pierre Godin and Jeanne Rousselier]) before 31 12 1681, in Acadie. They are the parents of the following:

1) Marie (1680-) md Louis Marchand
2) Pierre (1681-1733) md Catherine Pellerin
3) Charles (1688-1714) unmarried
4) Marie-Josephte (1690-1782) md Alexandre Mercier
5) Madeleine (1694-1749) md Jean Carriere
6) Francois (1698-1718) unmarried
6) Marie-Marguerite (1699-1752) (a) Alexis-Antoine Berthelet, (b) Jean-Baptiste Gareau, (c) Charles Rainville
7) Marie-Anne (1704-1785) md Jean-Baptiste Quevillon
8) Joseph-Jacques (1706-1787) md Marie-Anne Verdon 
Guérin, Marie-Anne (I9801)
121 Anne Surette, the daughter of Pierre Surette and Catherine Breau, was born about 1733, probably in Missaguash Creek, near Amherst, NS. Her parents were married at St-Charles-aux-Mines parish in 1732. Following their marriage they moved to Missaguash Creek with Joseph, Paul and Honore Surette. In 1752, Pierre and Catherine were living with their family in Petitcodiac, New Brunswick. Anne married Dominique Pother in 1753, in Petitcodiac. They had the following children:

1) Sylvain (c.1754-1825) m. Elisabeth dite Isabelle LeBlanc
2) Marguerite-Ange (c.1755-) m. Michel Boudreau
3) Charles-Amand (c.1758-1815) m. Marguerite d'Entremont
4) Anne-Marguerite (c.1763-) m. Benoni d'Entremont
5) Pierre (c.1767-) m. Marie d'Entremont
6) Anastasie (c.1769-) m. Cyrille d'Entremont
7) Jean Baptiste (c.1773-) m. Anne-Esther d'Entremont 
Surette, Anne (I9477)
122 Anne Wardell Lake was born 1543 in North Benfleet, Essex the daughter of Edward Wardell. She married in 1564, Richard Lake the son of John and Elizabeth Lone Lake.

Known Children:
John Lake 1565-1612 Md Elizabeth Sandell Died North Benfleet, Essex, England 
Wardell, Anne (I10302)
123 Anne-Catherine married Claude in 1683, in Acadie. They are the parents of at least the following:

1) Claude Landry (1684-) md Madeleine-Marguerite Doucet
2) Jeanne (1685-) md Rene Leblanc
3) Rene (1688-) md Madeleine Melanson
4) Jean (1693-) md Claire Leblanc
5) Marguerite (1694-1743) md Claude Gaudreau
6) Marie (1699-1743) md Jacques Celestin
7) Jean-Baptiste (1700-1779) md Marie-Marguerite Comeau
8) Marie-Madeleine (1701-1727) md Jean-Baptiste Daigle
9) Claire (1702-) md Claude Comeau
10) Joseph-Honore (1708-1764) md Marie-Josephte Comeau

Thibodeau, Marie Anne Catherine (I5736)
124 Anne-Catherine married Claude in 1683, in Acadie. They are the parents of at least the following:

1) Claude Landry (1684-) md Madeleine-Marguerite Doucet
2) Jeanne (1685-) md Rene Leblanc
3) Rene (1688-) md Madeleine Melanson
4) Jean (1693-) md Claire Leblanc
5) Marguerite (1694-1743) md Claude Gaudreau
6) Marie (1699-1743) md Jacques Celestin
7) Jean-Baptiste (1700-1779) md Marie-Marguerite Comeau
8) Marie-Madeleine (1701-1727) md Jean-Baptiste Daigle
9) Claire (1702-) md Claude Comeau
10) Joseph-Honore (1708-1764) md Marie-Josephte Comeau 
Thibodeau, Anne-Catherine (I3381)
125 Anne-Marie Comeau
May 24, 1924 - June 18, 2016

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COMEAU, Anne-Marie - Age 92, of Comeauville, passed away peacefully at home on Saturday, June 18th, 2016, surrounded by her loving family. Born in Meteghan, she was a daughter of the late Fidèle and Lina (Comeau) Robichaud. Anne-Marie was a wonderful mother, grandmother, great grandmother and an exceptional homemaker. She enjoyed a busy household with family and friends dropping by anytime for tea and conversation. Of all her many interests, gardening was her greatest passion. She is survived by her daughters, Odette Comeau, Bangor; Denise Comeau (Kenneth Deveau), Comeauville; siblings, Clara Theriault, Belliveau Cove; Phyllis (James) Saulnier, Meteghan Centre; Bernice Boudreau, Meteghan; Conrad (Thérèse) Robichaud, Meteghan Centre; step-sister, Thérèse Comeau, La Villa Acadienne, Meteghan; sisters-in-law, Rose-Anne Comeau, Comeauville; Antoinette Comeau (the late Benoit), Little Brook; grandchildren, Rachelle (Greg), Alexandre (Mariama), Ghislaine (Colin) and Julien; great grandchildren, Noé and Céleste. She was predeceased by her husband, Médard; son, Yvon; brothers, Emile, Denis and Antoine; sisters, Lucie, Gertrude and Barbara; step-sisters, Irene and Corinne; step-mother, Agnes. Cremation has taken place under the direction of Meteghan Funeral Home. A funeral mass will be held Thursday, July 7 at 11:00 a.m. from St. Mary?s Church, Church Point, with Rev. Maurice LeBlanc officiating. Burial is to follow in the parish cemetery. Donations may be made to a charity of your choice. The family will forever be grateful to the exceptional care given to their mother during her illness. Special mention goes to Digby/Clare Home Support, VON, Dr. Dow, Dr. Darrell White and Sandra Sullivan, R.N., Oncology Cancer Unit at Yarmouth Regional Hospital, Sherry at Tri-County Blood Collection Services and EHS to name a few. 
Robichaud, Anne-Marie (I3880)
126 Anne-Marie daughter of Martin Bourg and Marie Potet. She married Alexis Aucoin, in about 1707 in Cobequid, Nouvelle-Ecosse, Acadie. They are the parents of the following:

1) Pierre (1708-1757) md Elisabeth-Isabelle Brault
2) Joseph (1721-) md (a) Anne Blanchard and (b) Anne Hebert
3) Claude (1728-1759) md Anne-Apolline Lacroix
4) Amand (1733-1756) md Anne-Josephe Hebert

She died while in exile to France. She is the grandmother of Joseph's following children:

Joseph Aucoin, Redegonde Aucoin, and Ozite Aucoin. 
Bourg, Anne Marie (I9632)
127 Anne-Marie married Pierre Thibodeau in 1690, in Acadie. They are the parents of the following:
1) Anne-Marie (1691-) md Jean-Baptiste Comeau
2) Philippe (1692-) md Isabelle Vincent
3) Alexandre (1694-1752) md Francoise Benoit
4) Pierre (1694-) md Marie-Josephte Boudreau
5) Antoine (1699-) md Suzanne Comeau
6) Jean-Baptiste (1700-) md Marguerite Boudreau
7) Joseph (1701-) md Marie-Josephe Bourgeois
8) Rene (1703-) md Anne-Marie Boudreau
9) Angelique (1704-1756) md Antoine Bariault

She was deceased prior to 25 November 1706, when Pierre married Marie-Anne Aucoin. 
Bourg, Anne Marie (I7987)
128 Annette Marie de la Durantaye
July 13, 1923 - May 8, 2014
Passed away peacefully with her family at her side at Extendicare Port Hope in her 91st year. Loving and devoted mother of Alice (Wayne Comeau), Michel (Gisèle), and Paul. Proud grand-maman of Véronique Hogan, Christian Hogan, Louise de la Durantaye (Ryan Crossen), Julie Bell (Mitchell) and Marc de la Durantaye (Shannon Morris). Cherished great grand-maman of Évangeline Crossen. Adored sister of Virginia and Gilbert Gaudet. Predeceased by Martin, Edouard, Normand, her sister Albertine and baby Esther. Annette will be sadly missed by her nieces and nephews. Donations in memory of Annette may be made to St. Michael's Church or a charity of choice. The family would like to extend their sincere thanks to the staff at Port Hope Extendicare for their compassionate care. A Memorial Mass will be held in St. Michael?s Catholic Church, Cobourg on Monday, May 12that 10 a.m. with a reception to follow at Columbus Community Centre. According to Annette's wishes, cremation will follow the funeral mass and interment will occur at a later date beside her husband Gérard in Meteghan, Nova Scotia. Condolences received at  
Gaudet, Annette Marie (I3591)
129 Annette Marie Thibodeau
April 22, 1934 ? August 16, 2019

THIBODEAU, Annette Marie ? 85 years old, of Church Point, passed away quietly surrounded by loved ones, after a long battle with Dementia, at her daughter?s home in Belliveau?s Cove, on Friday, August 16, 2019.
She was the beautiful wife of Louis (Lewis) Thibodeau and daughter of the late Raymond A. and Marguerite (Thibault) Belliveau. She leaves behind her loving husband of 67 years, Louis (Lewis); daughter, Joyce (Julien) Comeau; son, Gary (Cindy) Thibodeau; two granddaughters, Tania (Sheldon) and Melissa (Ryan), as well as her three great-granddaughters, Macie, Claire and Nicole.
Annette is survived by sister, Therese O?Neil, and brothers, Coral Belliveau and Raymond Belliveau. She was predeceased by sister, Prescille Gaudet.
Annette and Louis had a beautiful life together; one only described as, ?True Love?. They met as teenagers, fell in love, got married, had children and ventured off to the US to enjoy a successful life together. They moved back to Church Point, NS, 20 years later to enjoy life surrounded by their many family members.
Annette loved Louis and wanted to see the world with him and experience all she could. And she did!
Annette loved her life with Louis, summering in Nova Scotia and wintering in Florida, taking cruises to various countries, golfing year round, dancing, laughing and loving their life? together. Annette was a social butterfly and loved spending time with her family and friends.
Annette loved her family. She was a wonderful, caring, loving mother. She loved her children unconditionally. She was the best grandmother a child could ever want, lovingly teaching her eternal beauty and wisdoms. In fact, it was so easy to love Annette and Louis known fondly as ?Grand-mere & Grand-pere? by various others throughout their lives and to this day. She will remain in our hearts, forever missed.
Annette?. Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Family, Friend
Although you cannot hear her voice or see her smile anymore,
She?ll walk beside us calmly, still as she did before.
She?ll listen to our stories and wipe away our tears,
She?ll wrap her arms around us and understand our fears.
It?s just she isn?t visible to see with human eyes,
But we?ll talk to her in silence and her spirit will reply.
We?ll feel the love she has for us, we?ll feel her in our hearts,
She?s left behind her human body, but her soul will never part.
Cremation has taken place under the care of the Meteghan Funeral Home. A private family celebration of life will be held at a later time. The family requests well wishes and continued love. Any donations can be made to the Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia.
April 22 1934 ? August 16 2019

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Annette Marie Thibodeau..

meteghan funeral home

Death notice for the town of: Meteghan, Province: Nova Scotia 
Belliveau, Annette Marie (I5177)
130 Annie Catherine was the daughter of John O'Brien and Unknown Sparkes. She was adopted by
George and Bridget Richards 
O'Brien, Annie Catherine (I13460)
131 Antoine Babin came from France with his wife Marie Mercier, according to his grandson Claude Babin?s widow, Marguerite Dupuis. The widow?s son Laurent Babin?s deposition says the same thing, as does that of Joseph LeBlanc dit Le Maigre, whose son Joseph was the widower of one of Antoine Babin?s great-granddaughters.?

Antoine BABIN 45, wife, Marie MERCIER 25; Children: Marie 9, Charles 7, Vincent 5, Jeanne 3, Marguerite 1; cattle 6, sheep 8.
1671 Port Royal Acadian Census 
Babin, Antoine (I2333)
132 Antoine married Antoinette Landry in 1636, in Port-Royal, Acadie. They are the parents of at least the following:

1) Francois (1643-) md Marguerite Boudreau
2) Marie (1645-1677) md Vincent Brault
3) Jean (1647-1703) md Marguerite Martin
4) Bernard (1648-) md Francoise Brun
5) Martin (1650-) md Marie Potet
6) Jeanne (1653-) md Jean-Antoine Belliveau
7) Renee (1655-1689) md Charles Boudreau
8) Huguette (1657-) md Sebastian Brun
9) Jeanne (1659-) md Pierre Comeau
10) Abraham (1662-) md Marie-Sebastienne
11) Marguerite (1667-1727) md Louis Allain

Please note that Stephen A White places his death as between 5 October 1687 and 1693. Also according to SAW, he was alive on the 1686 census but Antoinette is listed as a widow on the 1693 census.
Antoine Bourg
French: Antoine Bourque
Also Known As: "Antoine Bourque", "Antoine Bourc"
Birthdate: before circa 1609
Birthplace: Martaizé, Vienne, Poitou-Charentes, France
Death: October 05, 1687
Port-Royal, Acadie
Place of Burial: Annapolis Royal, Annapolis County, Nova Scotia, Canada
Immediate Family:
Son of Simon Bourg and Helene Bourg
Husband of Antoinette Landry
Father of Francois Bourg; Marie Bourg; Jean Bourg; Bernard Amand Bourg; Martin Bourg; Marie-Jeanne Bourg; Renée- Madeleine Boudreaux; Henriette / Huguette Bourg; Jeanne Comeaux, II; Abraham Bourg; Michel Bourg; Marguerite Bourque and Antoine Bourg « less
Brother of Perrine Bourg
Occupation: Laboureur, Farmer, Arrived ca 1636; Farmer, Field Labourer, Laborer at Port Royal in 1671., Immigrant

addendum:Histoire acadienne de la famille
D?après Léopold Lanctôt o.m.i., selon toute probabilité, Anthoine vint en Acadie en 1632, avec le commandeur Isaac de Razilly, qui amenait « 300 hommes d'élite », dont une douzaine de familles. Anthoine Bourg devait être accompagné de son père Simon Bourg, de sa mère Hélène Comtée et d?une s?ur Perrine Bourg. Port-Royal étant encore occupé par une petite garnison écossaise, la recrue est débarquée à La Hève, au sud de la presqu?île acadienne.
En 1636, la famille Bourg déménagera à Port-Royal, qui a été rendu à la France, entre- temps Charles de Menou d?Aulnay, qui a succédé au commandeur de Razilly, ne laisse que quelques colons à La Hève. En 1641, il épousera à Port-Royal, Anthoinette Landry née en France vers 1618, arrivée en Acadie en 1640 sur le bateau «Le Saint-Françoys ou le Saint-Jean» avec son père Jean-Claude Landry et sa deuxième épouse, Marie Sallée ainsi que sept autres membres de sa famille.
Anthoine Bourg s?établit sur la Rive-Nord de la rivière du Port-Royal. Son nom est donné au Village du Bourg situé au nord-ouest du fort de Port-Royal. Onze enfants naîtront de leur union. En 1687, Anthoine Bourg sera au nombre des «vieux habitants du pays» qui déclareront avoir été témoins des travaux de Charles de Menou, lieutenant de Razilly. Au recensement de 1693, Anthoine Bourg est décédé; Anthoinette Landry demeure avec le plus jeune de ses fils, Abraham. Au recensement de 1698, Anthoinette est décédée.
Selon Monseigneur Louis Richard, les Bourg déjà divisés en cinq familles différentes de la seconde génération auraient dû être très nombreux à l?époque de la dispersion. Cependant, les générations suivantes ne se développèrent pas dans une aussi grande proportion. Le recensement de 1714 nous fait constater qu?il y a quatre Bourg à Port- Royal, six à Cobequid, un aux Mines et deux à Beaubassin. À Port-Royal, ce sont les familles de Bernard et d?Abraham; à Cobequid, ce sont celles de Jean et de Martin; à
Beaubassin, c?est le fils et le petit-fils de François. En 1728, il y avait deux Bourg émigrés à l?Ile Saint-Jean, Michel et Charles.

It has not been possible to determine whether there was a family relationship between Antoine Bourg and Perrine Bourg, wife of Simon Pelletret and René Landry. It appears that they were not brother and sister.

5 Oct 1697: Antoine Bourg made his mark on an attestation in favor of the accomplishments of Governor d'Aulnay; he had thus arrived in Acadia before 1650, the year of d'Aulnay's death.?

Acadian history of the family
According to Leopold Lanctot oM.i., in all probability, Anthoine came to Acadia in 1632, with the commander Isaac de Razilly, who brought "300 elite men", including a dozen families. Anthoine Bourg was to be accompanied by his father Simon Bourg, his mother Hélène Comtée and a sister Perrine Bourg. Port-Royal being still occupied by a small Scottish garrison, the recruit is disembarked at La Hève, south of the Acadian peninsula.
In 1636, the Bourg family moved to Port-Royal, which was returned to France, meanwhile Charles de Menou Aulnay, who succeeded the commander of Razilly, leaves only a few settlers in La Hève. In 1641, he married in Port-Royal, Anthoinette Landry born in France around 1618, arrived in Acadia in 1640 on the boat "Saint-Françoys or Saint-Jean" with his father Jean-Claude Landry and his second wife, Marie Sallée and seven other members of her family.
Anthoine Bourg settles on the North Shore of the Port-Royal River. His name is given at Village du Bourg, located northwest of Fort Port-Royal. Eleven children will be born from their union. In 1687, Anthoine Bourg will be among the "old inhabitants of the country" who claim to have witnessed the work of Charles de Menou, lieutenant of Razilly. At the 1693 census, Anthoine Bourg died; Anthoine Landry lives with the youngest of her sons, Abraham. At the census of 1698, Anthoinette died.
According to Monsignor Louis Richard, Bourg already divided into five different families of the second generation should have been very numerous at the time of the dispersion. However, subsequent generations did not develop in such a large proportion. The census of 1714 shows us that there are four towns at Port Royal, six at Cobequid, one at Mines, and two at Beaubassin. In Port Royal, they are the families of Bernard and Abraham; at Cobequid they are those of John and Martin; at
Beaubassin is the son and grandson of François. In 1728, there were two Bourg émigrés on Ile Saint-Jean, Michel and Charles

Bourg, Antoine (I2544)
133 Antoine married Genevieve Lefranc in 1648, in France. Antoine and his wife, along with his brother Estienne Hébert, arrived in Port Royal in July 1650. His birth and death dates are approximate.

They are the parents of the following:

1) Jehan (1649-1678 in France)
2) Jean (1653-) md Anne Doucet
3) Catherine (1656-1731) md Jacques Leblanc 
Hébert, Antoine (I2634)
134 Antoine père, oldest son of Vincent born at Port-Royal in c1666, married Marguerite, daughter of Antoine Babin and Marie Mercier, probably at Port-Royal in c1687 and settled at Minas and Pigiguit. Between 1688 and the late 1720s, Marguerite gave Antoine 11 children, five sons and six daughters. Five of their daughters married into the Benoit, Blanchard, Darois, and Arseneau families. All five of Antoine's sons created their own families.

Oldest son Antoine, fils, born probably at Minas in c1688, married Marguerite, daughter of Abraham Dugas and Jeanne Guilbeau, at Grand-Pré in November 1710 and settled at Pigiguit before moving on to Cobeguit. According to genealogist Stephen A. White, between 1712 and 1734, Marguerite gave Antoine, fils 10 children, seven sons and three daughters. Other records give them two more sons. Two of their daughters married into the Aucon, Guilbeau, and Bourg families. All of Antoine, fils's sons, however many there were, created their own families.

Antoine, père's second son Alexandre, born probably at Minas in the mid-1690s, married Marie, another daughter of Abraham Dugas and Jeanne Guilbeau and widow of René Landry, in c1716 (Bona Arsenault says c1720) probably at Pigiguit and settled there. According to Arsenault, between 1725 and 1740, Marie gave Alexandre four sons, but other records give the couple a fifth son. The British deported the family to Maryland in 1755. Four of Alexandre's sons emigrated to Louisiana from Maryland in 1766 and 1768.

Antoine, père's third son Jean, born probably at Minas in c1699, married Anne, daughter of Charles Gautrot and Françoise Rimbault, in c1722 perhaps at Minas and settled at Rivière-aux-Canards. Bona Arsenault insists that Jean was a son of Antoine's brother Pierre, but Stephen White says otherwise. According to Arsenault, between 1723 and 1737, Anne gave Jean 10 children, four sons and six daughters, including a set of twins, and that Jean and his family were at Port-Toulouse, Île Royale, in 1752. White says Jean died at Minas in February 1747, in his late 40s. A French official counted Anne, "widow of Jean Braud," and six of their children--Joseph, age 26; Marie, age 22; Ermant [Amand], age 20; Anne, age 18; Marguerite, age 15; and Madeleine, age 14--at Port-Toulouse in February 1752. The family evidently escaped the British in 1758 and sought refuge on the Gulf of St. Lawrence shore. Two of Jean's daughters married into the Petitpas and Guédry families. At least one of his sons created his own family.

Antoine, père's fourth son Pierre le jeune, born at Minas in the mid-1700s, married Marguerite, daughter of Claude Gautrot and Marie Thériot, at Grand-Pré in June 1726 and likely remained there. According to Bona Arsenault, the Pierre who married Marguerite Gautrot was sans doute son of Pierre Breau and Anne Melanson and was born in c1720; White is followed here. Between 1733 and 1748, Marguerite gave Pierre at least five children, three sons and two daughters. The British deported most of the family to Maryland in 1755. Their second son, however, was deported to Virginia, sent on to England in 1756, and repatriated to France in 1763. According to Stephen White, Pierre died before July 1763, perhaps in Maryland. Arsenault says Pierre died at Québec in February 1767. White, again, is followed here. Pierre's widow Marguerte, their oldest son, and their two daughters emigrated to Louisiana from Maryland in 1768. Their second son emgrated to Louisiana from France in 1785. Pierre's daughters married into the Lejeune and Orillion dit Champagne families in the Spanish colony. His two surviving sons also created their own families.

Antoine, père's fifth and youngest son Charles, born probably at Minas in the early 1700s, married Claire, daughter of Alexandre Trahan and Marie Pellerin, at Grand-Pré in November 1729 and settled there and at L'Assomption, Pigiguit. According to Bona Arsenault, between 1735 and 1750, Claire gave Charles six children, a son and four daughters. Other records give the couple two more sons. The British deported the family to Maryland in 1755. Colonial officials counted the family at Port Tobacco on the lower Potomac in July 1763. Charles died in Maryland after 1763, and his widow Claire took two of their sons and three of their daughters to Louisiana from Maryland in 1767-68. Also going with her were one of her son's widows and three of the son's children. Claire died at Fort San Luìs de Natchez on the Mississippi afar above Baton Rouge soon after the family reached the remote settlement. One of the daughters married into the Benoit and Cormier families on the river and the western prairies, and the other two became Ursuline nuns at New Orleans. Two of Charles's three sons, one of them posthumously, created their own families in the Spanish colony.

Antoine Brault
Wife: Marguerite (Babin) Brault

Antoine was born in Port Royal Acadia around 1666. He was the son of Vincent Breau and Marie Bourg. Marguerite was born in 1670. Antoine and Marguerite were married in Port Royal, Acadia, New France about 1687. Antoine and Marguerite are Acadians.

They had twelve children: Marie Ann 1688, Antoine (Pierre) 1690, Madeleine 1692, Francoise 1693, Alexandre 1695-1697, Jean 1699, Marguerite 1701, Cecile 1704, Breau 1706, Pierre 1708, Anne 1708, Charles 1710. All the children were born in Acadia.  
Breaux père, Antoine (I8225)
135 Antoine, born in c1662, married Marie, another daughter of Jacques Bourgeois and Jeanne Trahan, at Port-Royal in c1681 and also followed his older brothers to the Minas Basin, where he died before July 1730. Antoine and Marie had 10 children also, including seven sons who married into the Landry, Gautrot, Dupuis, Bourg, and Thériot families. Their three daughters married into the Landry, Allain, Richard, and Dupuis families. Antoine's son Joseph dit Le Maigre participated in the fight against Britain during King George's War. LeBlanc, Antoine (I3387)
136 Antoinette married Antoine Bourg in 1636, in Port-Royal, Acadie. They are the parents of the following:
1) Francois (1643-) md Marguerite Boudreau
2) Marie (1645-1677) md Vincent Brault
3) Jean (1647-1703) md Marguerite Martin
4) Bernard (1648-) md Francoise Brun
5) Martin (1650-) md Marie Potet
6) Jeanne (1653-) md Jean-Antoine Belliveau
7) Renee (1655-1689) md Charles Boudreau
8) Huguette (1657-) md Sebastian Brun
9) Jeanne (1659-) md Pierre Comeau
10) Abraham (1662-) md Marie-Sebastienne
11) Marguerite (1667-1727) md Louis Alain

Please note that according to Stephen A White, Antoinette died sometime after 1693, since she is listed in the 1693 Port-Royal census but not on the 1698 census. So she died between those two dates.

The following census is provided by Donna Storz #47773759:
1693 Port Royal Census:
Anthoinette LANDRY (widow of Anthoine BOURG) 76, Abraham BOURG (son) 31, Marie BRUN (wife) 35, Jean Baptiste 9, Marguerite 7, Claude 5, Pierre 4, Marie 2; 12 cattle, 20 sheep, 8 pigs, 26 arpents, 1 gun

Antoine and Antoinette are the grandparents of Joseph Theriault and Euphrosine Terriot, through their daughter Marie. 
Landry, Antoinette (I2545)
137 Arcade Cormier
May 24, 1886 - May 5, 1942

Son of
Louis Homere "Homer" Cormier
Pauline Benoit Cormier 
Cormier, Arcade (I11643)
138 Archibald "Archie" Babcock
AUGUST 11, 1929 ? AUGUST 14, 2018
Obituary of Archibald "Archie" Babcock
Archie Babcock, of Mann's Mountain, passed away peacefully, at the Campbellton Regional Hospital, on August 14, 2018, at the age of 89.
Born in Campbellton on August 11, 1929, he was the oldest son of Merritt Babcock and Alice Lawlor, of Matapedia, QC.

A graduate of the Maritime Forest Ranger School, Fredericton, class of '56, he was a scaler for the NBIP Company in Dalhousie, then for Rothesay Paper in Saint John.

Archie was a talented musician who played the Scottish bagpipes for fifty years at countless celebrations throughout the area. He will be remembered for his quick wit and great sense of humour.

Archie was a longtime member of the Caledonian Society of Restigouche, the Royal Canadian Legion, the Grand Chapter of Royal Arch Masons, as well as Campbellton Lodge #32.

He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Georgina Adams; their two daughters, Christina (Ben Meraw) of Hamilton, ON and Megan (Brian Cohen) of Dieppe, NB; three grandchildren, Piper, Saige, and Asher Cohen; three sisters, Reva Campbell, Ora Babcock, Maureen Forgeron; sister-in-law Betty Babcock; as well as numerous neices, nephews, and cousins.

Besides his parents, he was predeceased by two sisters, Peggy and Dot, and two brothers, Frank and Michael.

Mass of Christian Burial will take place at St Anthony's church in Glen Levit, on August 18 at 11 AM, followed by burial in the Dawsonville Cemetery.

Visitation will be held at Maher?s Funeral Home, 33 Lansdowne St., Campbellton, Friday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

Donations to St Anthony's Church, Heart & Stroke Foundation, or Dawsonville Cemetery would be appreciated.

Funeral arrangements are in the care of Maher?s Funeral Home, Campbellton. (506)789-1699 or toll free (855) 404-1699 email: 
Babcock, Archibald (I6580)
139 AREMKO, Michael ? After a courageous battle with leukemia the family announces the passing of Michael Jaremko on Sunday, February 26, 2017 at the proud age of 70. More than just an uncle to Jason (Carla), Anna (Loren), Cory (Erica), Nathan, Alyssa, John, Ben, Sophie, Abigail and Kendyl. Cherished brother-in-law of Lenore (late Gary). Son of the late Fred and Anna Jaremko, brother of the late Gloria Bordenuk (late John) and the late Gordon (Lois). He will be remembered by his many nieces and nephews. Uncle Mike enjoyed his adventures with lifelong friends, Bill Bovingdon and Rick Hayward. Friends and family are invited to call at the Arthur Funeral Home & Cremation Centre on Thursday, March 2, 2017 from 6 ? 8 pm. A Private family service will take place. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to ARCH or the Sault Area Hospital Cancer Care Fund would be appreciated by the family. The family would like to thank John and his team of nurses at the Sault Area Hospital Cancer Clinic, the nursing staff on 3B for all of their care and compassion, Dr. Hill, Cindy, Dr. Meligrana, Dr. Booth, Laura Fryia and all of the doctors and nurses in emergency who have cared for him over the past year. Jaremko, Michael (I11011)
140 Arkansas Death Index, 1914-1950
Name: Louis Ign Wathen
Death Day: 5
Death Month: Sep
Death Year: 1939
County: Sebastian
Roll Number: 19341940
Page Number: 3613 
Wathen, Louis Ignacious (I9338)
141 Armand J. Girouard Jr. 1938 - 2008 SPRINGFIELD - Armand J. Girouard Jr., 69, of Spruceland Avenue died Sunday, surr-ounded by his family, after a long illness. Armand was born in Springfield, grew up in West Springfield and returned to Springfield where he has lived for the past 35 years. He graduated from West Springfield High School and was the recipient of the Jimmy Piersall Baseball Award. He achieved his business degree from WNEC and owned and operated United Consolidation Trucking Company for 12 years. He then continued his education in psychology at STCC and became a Drug and Alcohol counselor for the Opportunity House in Springfield for 12 years. He was an avid golfer and American Legion baseball player and was a well-known softball and baseball umpire in the area. He served in the United States Marine Corp during the Vietnam War and received an Honorable Discharge after 4 years. While in the trucking business he served as president of the Springfield Traffic Club and the Delta Nu Alpha Traffic Fraternity. His wife of 35 years Gloria A. (Ristaino) Girouard died December 28, 2007. He was predeceased by his stepson Ralph M. Moriarty in 2006. He leaves his stepdaughter Lori M. Moriarty of Westfield; three daughters Gina M. Girouard -O'Neill of West Springfield, Valerie A. Girouard of Hampden, Kathleen T. Girouard- Ulloa of Medford; his first wife Beverly Girouard of Medford; a sister Helen Louise Calabrese of West Springfield; his grandchildren Jaclyn and Alyxandra O'Neil, Zoe Morris, Mariah and Madison Girouard, Samantha and Gabriela Ulloa, Briana, Nina, Anthony and Vincenzo Carbone, and Jason and Kelley Moriarty. He also leaves a cousin Victor DeAngelo of Springfield; his nephew Anthony Calabrese and nieces Jennifer Demerski, Christine Tamar Hashimi and Tracey Mouton; and his dear friends Gino Mirolli, Kevin Fedora and Phil and Suzanne Carbone, as well as three great grandchildren. The funeral will be held at the West Springfield Curran-Jones Funeral Home Monday at 11:30am followed by burial in the Massachusetts Veteran's Memorial Cemetery. Visiting hours will be held prior to the funeral Monday from 10:30-11:30am. Memorial contributions may be made to The Opportunity House, 61 St. James Ave., Springfield, MA 01109; or to Westfield Little League, P.O. Box 1066, Westfield, MA 01086

To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.
Published in The Republican on Apr. 10, 2008. 
Girouard, Armand J. (I8508)
142 ARNAUDVILLE - Funeral services were conducted at 5 p. m. yesterday for Olide Lalonde, 64, in the St. Leo Catholic church in Leonville. Mr. Lalonde died at his home near here Friday after a long illness. Burial was in the church cemetery.

Surviving are his wife, the former Eugenia David; four daughters, Mrs. Edwin Hayes, Mrs. Royson Fontenot, both of Port Barre, Mrs. Abel Robin of Arnaudville and Mrs. Daniel Lalonde of New Orleans; four sons, Numa and Melvin of Notleyville, Allen of New Orleans and Mitchell of Port Arthur, Tex.; one adopted son, Valerie Mayer of Lafayette; four brothers, George, Jr., of Arnaudville, Leonce of Opelousas, Mitchell , of Bridge City, Tex., and Laurent of Baton Rouge; four sisters, Mrs. Amar Lalonde, Mrs. Theodule Bodin and Mrs. Laurent Lanclos of Arnaudville and Mrs. Oscar Hollier of Mamou; 24 grandchildren; and four great grandchildren.

The Pellerin funeral home of Arnaudville was in charge of arrangements.

Daily World
Opelousas, Louisiana
16 Aug 1953, Sun ? Page 8 
Lalonde, Joseph Olide (I11777)
143 Arsena Babin
January 19, 1934 - July 11, 2015

BABIN, Arsena - Age 81, of La Villa Acadienne, Meteghan, formerly of Meteghan River, passed away Saturday, July 11, 2015, in Yarmouth Regional Hospital. Born in Mavillette, she was a daughter of the late Zacharie and Charlotte (LeBlanc) Maillet. She is survived by her sons, Robert (Bonnie), Campbell River, B.C.; Rodney (Clarette), Saulnierville; Alain (Christine), Campbell River, B.C.; daughters, Paulette (Michael) Gaudet, Vernon, B.C.; Mariette Babin (Allen Stuart), Concession; Louise (Bruce) Barkley, Eston, Sask.; Linda (Scott) Hambleton, Grand Valley, Ont.; Charlotte (Armand) Comeau, Meteghan River; 15 grandchildren; 9 great grandchildren; brother, Ira (Irene) Maillet, Salmon River; sisters, Irene King, Victoria, B.C.; Ambroisine (Lloyd) Trenchard, Burlington, Mass.; Anne (Robert) Higgins, Dracut, Mass.. She was predeceased by her husband, Albert; son, Marcel in infacy; daughter, Maria Kenty; brothers, Norman, Clifford, Bradford, Ambroise; sister, Phyllis Comeau. Funeral will be held Monday, July 20, at 2:00 p.m. in Stella Maris Church, Meteghan, with Rev. Albeni d?Entremont officiating. Burial is to follow in the parish cemetery. Donations may be made to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of N.S. or to the Clare Food Bank. 
Maillet, Arsena (I4512)
144 Arthur R. 'Marty' Martorano, Jr.
Retired software engineer at Mitre

NORTH CHELMSFORD -- Arthur R. "Marty" Martorano, Jr., 83, of North Chelmsford, died Friday morning, at Town and Country Healthcare Center in Lowell, after a long illness.

He was the beloved husband of Louise M. (Farmer) Martorano with whom he had been together with for over 40 years and married to for the last 28 years.

Born in East Boston, Massachusetts December 10, 1928, the son of the late Arthur R. and the late Anna (Fortunate) Martorano, he was a graduate of Boston Latin High School in the Class of 1946.

Marty went on to graduate from Boston College in 1950 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mathematics.

A veteran of the Korean War, he proudly served his country as a member of the U.S. Army.

Prior to his retirement, he was a software engineer with the Mitre Corporation in Bedford for many years and also served as a Site Manager for them in Germany and California. Previously he worked for Raytheon Corporation in Bedford and System Development Corp (SDC) in Lexington.

Among his many interests, Marty enjoyed traveling with his wife.

Besides his wife who provided him with unwavering love and care throughout his illness, he is survived by a daughter, Robin Gagne and her husband, Wayne of Nashua, NH; a son, Joseph "Jay" Martorano and his wife, Gretchen of Dunstable; three grandchildren, Julia Martorano, Gabrielle Gagne, and Allison Gagne; and a special cousin, Dolly Richards and her husband, Duke of Middleboro; his in-laws, Rita Freedman of Lowell, Arthur Farmer and his wife, Fran of Chelmsford, and Richard Farmer and his wife, Diane of Simi Valley, CA; and many nieces and nephews.

MARTORANO -- Friends may call at the O'DONNELL FUNERAL HOME, 276 PAWTUCKET ST. at Fletcher from 4 to 8 P.M. Monday. His Funeral Mass will be celebrated Tuesday morning at ST. MARY CHURCH in CHELMSFORD at 9 o'clock (Please meet at church). Burial in St. Joseph Cemetery. E-condolences/directions at Those wishing may make contributions in his memory the Lowell General Hospital Cancer Care Center, c/o Philanthropy Office, 295 Varnum Ave., Lowell, MA 01854.
Martorano, Arthur R. Jr. (I5209)
145 Arthur was born to Richard Oliver, (son of Thomas Oliver & Johanna Power of Newfoundland), & Annie Grace, (dtr of John Grace & Ann Toomey of Newfoundland), the 5th of their 6 children. He married Elsie Balliett August 1, 1930 in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada and they were the parents of a son, Richard, and three daughters, Mabel, Joyce & Marlyn. Oliver, Arthur Allan (I12526)
146 Asbury Park Press, February 4,2014:

Doris M. Poppe, 87, of Brick passed away peacefully at home on Monday, Feb. 3, 2014, with her family by her side. She was born in Lakewood, NJ, and lived in Virginia from 1987 to 2003, when she returned to Brick, NJ. Doris was a member of Brick Presbyterian Church, a Charter Member of the Community First Aid Ladies Auxiliary, and a former member of Breton Woods Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary.

Doris was pre-deceased in 2005 by her husband, Frederick; she is also pre-deceased by her three brothers, James, Carl, and Richard Matthews, and her sister, Lorena Poppe. Doris is survived by her three sons, Ross Poppe of Nathalie, VA, Tommy Poppe of Pelzer, SC, Frederick Poppe Jr. of Brick; two daughters, Pauline and her husband Jesse Kilhefner of Newburgh, ME, and Wilma Poppe of Brick; she is also survived by seventeen grandchildren, thirty great grandchildren and, one great- great grandchild.

There will be a viewing on Wednesday, February 5, 2014 at Weatherhead Young Funeral Home, 885 Mantoloking Road, Brick, NJ 08723, from 2 to 4pm and 7 to 9 pm. A Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, 10:30 am at Brick Presbyterian Church, Brick, NJ, followed by an interment at Kettle Creek Cemetery, Brick, NJ. 
Matthews, Doris (I7699)
147 At Death:

Believe she is living with her brother Henry in a boarding house. 
Frye, Elizabeth (I3859)
148 At Foyer Saint-Antoine, on Saturday March 14, 2020, passed away, at the age of 95, Aline Goguen. Born June 25, 1924, in Grande-Digue, she was the daughter of the late Donat and Azélie (Richard) Babineau.
She will be missed by her four children: Majella, Jean-Marc (Norma) of Saint-Antoine, Ginette Goguen-Daigle (Réal) and Daniel (Lise) of Moncton; to nine grandchildren: Gaétan Goguen, Julien Goguen (Denise), Franceline Bugge (David), Annie Dietrich (Kent), François Goguen, Stéphanie Goguen, Christopher Boucher (Julie), Camille Goguen (Evan) and Amélie Goguen (Paul- Henri); to seven great-grandchildren: Alicia Goguen-Knockwood, Faith Meuse, Alexandre Goguen, Noah Bugge, Alexander Dietrich, Benjamin Dietrich and Annabelle Boucher; to three sisters: Jeannette Girouard (Paul), Louise Christopher (Joe) of Saint-Antoine and Mai Cormier of Notre-Dame; to three brothers: Aurèle, Ernest (Barbara) from Saint-Antoine and Gérald (Lucille) from Terrebonne (Qc); to a daughter-in-law, Diane de Saint-Antoine; to two sisters-in-law: Bella Richard from Montreal and Eugénie Babineau from Rogersville,
Besides her parents, Aline was predeceased by her husband, Aristide (1980); one son, Claude; three sisters: Lina LeBlanc (Yvon), Rita Cormier (Gérald) and Marie at a young age; three brothers: Yvon, Donald and Alphonse in infancy, and a sister-in-law, Thérèse.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic and at the request of the family, visiting hours and funerals will take place at a later date.
The funeral arrangements were in the professional care of Frenette Funeral and Cremation Center, Moncton (858-1900). 
Babineau, Aline (I5687)
149 ATKINSON John Eldon, of Cohasset, formerly of Hingham and Braintree, May 26, 2006, beloved husband of Phyllis Marie (Halloran) Atkinson. Devoted father of Barbara A. Leth of Braintree. Loving grandfather of Barbara A. Nicholas, married to Shawn Nicholas of Weymouth. Great- grandfather of Emily Nicholas of Weymouth. Devoted brother of Edna Hilts, married to Palmer Hilts of Walpole. Uncle of Russell Hilts of Walpole, Cynthia Sullivan of Walpole and Laurie Hayes of Norfolk. He is also survived by 2 cousins. John was the son of the late John J. and Hilda (Johnson) Atkinson. Funeral Service at the Mortimer N. Peck-Russell Peck Funeral Home, 516 Washington St., BRAINTREE, on Wednesday at 11 a.m. The Funeral Service will be public as well as the Masonic Service to be conducted by the Officers and Members of Delta Lodge AF & AM. The Masonic Service will be held Tuesday evening at 7 p.m. at the fu neral home. The burial which will be held on Wednesday at Evergreen Cemetery, Stoughton, will be private. Visiting hours at the funeral home Tuesday 4-8 p.m. Memorial dona tions may be sent to the Hospice of the South Shore, 100 Bay State Dr., Braintree, MA 02184. John was a Korean Veteran, having served in the Maritime Service and U.S. Coast Guard. Atkinson, John Eldon (I7426)
150 Aug 1695 (old style): Jacob Girouard took the oath of allegiance to the King of England at Port-Royal; he made his mark on the document.? He was employed as a Ploughman

Jacques-Jacob was born about 1648. He married Marguerite in 1670 and they are the parents of the following:

1) Alexandre (1671-1744)
2) Pierre (1672-)
3) Jacques (1674-1741)
4) Marie (1674-)
5) Marguerite (1676-)
6) Francois (1680-)
7) Claude (1684-1738)
8) Guillaume (1685-1757)
9) Denis (1688-1709)
10) Charles (1689-1751)
11) Germain (1691-1760)
12) Madeleine (1695-1752)
Find A Grave Memorial: 136645223  
Girouard, Jacques Jacob (I2700)

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