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Descendants of Jean (John) H. Boisclair

 

Generation No. 1

1. JEAN (JOHN) H.2 BOISCLAIR (?1) was born Mar 1827 in Trois Rivières, St. Maurice County, Canada East (Quebec) (Source: 1900 Federal Census, Listed as living in Milwaukee Ward 8 with daughter's (Louise) family, gives birth as March 1827.), and died Nov 1910 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He married (1) ANATHALIE "NATALIE" "NATY NETTIE" E. DESAUTELS (Source: Reilly book by Mary Heindel Reilly, Carl Dutcher wrote that son John's records refer to his mother as Nettie E.. The 1880 Fed Census of Andrew Boisclair show that his mother Natalie was born in New York and father in Canada.) Abt. 1848 in Buffalo ?, daughter of LOUIS DESOTELL and LOUISE DESAUTELS. She was born 08 Jul 1830 in Longue Pointe (?), Lower Canada, Quebec, Canada, and died 20 Nov 1885 in Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan (Source: Saginaw County Courthouse,, C-P-49-55g-4M-12D, book lists both birth and death dates.). He married (2) LUCIE (LUCY) GLOBENSKI 22 Nov 1886 in St. Mary's Catholic Church, West Bay City (?), Saginaw, Michigan (Source: Bay County, Michigan Courthouse, Book C, Page 3, Rec. #4419. Married by L. D. Guerin (St. Mary's Catholic Priest), witnesses: Nellie Portt and Justine Bruette, both of West Bay City.). She was born Abt. 1832 in Canada.

Notes for JEAN (JOHN) H. BOISCLAIR:

1900 Federal Census says John was born in French Canada

http://www.saginawcounty.com/clerk/search/death.html

http://www.saginawcounty.com/

Anatalie OR Natalie Desautels Boisclair

Marriage: Before 1852 , , Canada

Death: 09 MAY 1879 Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan

Burial: St Andrew's, Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan

http://www.saginawcounty.com/clerk/forms/death_request.pdf

NATALIA2 BOISCLAIR, d. May 09, 1879, Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan (Source: St. Andrews Church Death..).

http://www.saginawcounty.com/clerk/forms/birth_request.pdf

The familysearch.org site has Catherine or Laocadia born in 1852 Buffalo, New York, but then her three siblings, Andrew, John and Louis are born in Canada, April 1858, abt 1861, and abt 1863, respectively.

Mary (Mary) Jacoba Boisclair is born July 1869 with Christening on July 4, 1869 at St. Andrew's Church, Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan. Whereas Mary Heindel Reilly has the three all born in Buffalo.

LAOCADIA (CATHERINE) BOISCLAIR, b. July 02, 1852, Buffalo, Erie, New York; d. January 13, 1914.

Did the family actually leave New York and return to Canada for a number of years, approx after 1860 (they're listed in the 1860 Federal Census for Buffalo), so was Andrew actually born (April 1858) in Canada or not?

Census 1: 1860, Age 33, carpenter, $40 in personal assets, born Canada, literate (Source: 1860 Federal Census, 1st Ward, Buffalo, New York, entry 928.)

vii. MARIA JACOBA (MARY JANE) BOISCLAIR (Source: Saginaw Library, Michigan, Vol. IV p. 112 (as recorded on two index cards in the Saginaw Library), she is recorded as Mary Jane.), b. June 22, 1869 (Source: St. Andrews Church Baptism Cert., Lists bith date.).

Possible connection: John Boisclair, conviction, May 5, 1846, Kingston Penitentary, Quebec, Canada, but Boisclair were supposed to be from Upper Canada or Ontario?

http://mikan3.archives.ca/pam/public_mikan/index.php?fuseaction=genitem.displayItem&lang=eng&rec_nbr=1309111&rec_nbr_list=1309111

Furthermore, in French Canada, up until the late 1960s, children of Roman Catholic origin were given three names at birth (usually not hyphenated): the first, Marie or Joseph, usually indicated the gender of the child. The second was usually the name of the godfather or godmother, while the third and last given name was the name used in everyday situations. Thus, a child prenamed Joseph Bruno Jean on his birth or baptismal certificate would indicate the baby to be a boy, the godfather's first name to be Bruno and that the child would be called Jean (and not Joseph) for all intents and purposes of everyday life. This naming convention was in the most part dropped following the Quiet Revolution (late 1960s), and is now seen much more rarely. Currently, most couples give the child the surname of the father, though Quebec civil code allows a couple to combine at most two of their surnames, with or without hyphens. Thus a couple named Joseph Bouchard-Tremblay and Marie Dion-Roy could give to their children the surnames Bouchard, Tremblay, Dion, Roy, Bouchard-Tremblay, Dion-Roy, Bouchard-Dion, Bouchard-Roy, etc. Until the late 1800s, several families also had a "nom-dit" tradition. This was a family nickname (literally a "said name"). The origins of the noms-dits were various. Some noms-dits were the warname of the first settler, while he was a soldier: Hébert dit Jolicoeur (Pretty Heart, cf. Braveheart), Thomas dit Tranchemontagne (mountain chopper). Some denoted the place of origin of the first settler: Langevin (Anjou), Barbeau dit Poitevin (Poitou). Others probably denoted a characteristic of the person or of his dwelling: Lacourse, Lépine, Larivière.

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1880 Census June 3, 1880, Michigan > Saginaw > Saginaw > District 319; Ancestry lists as "Boisclau"; Night watchman in mill; Page 11 of 37

John, Natalie (located census record in ancestry.com by searching for Natalie and found surname interpreted as "Boisclau". Son "Loui", age 16, is working as a laborer in a shingle mill. And dau. Mary J., age 10, is attending school. Loui was born in New York, and Mary J. in Michigan.

More About JEAN (JOHN) H. BOISCLAIR:

Name 2: Boisclaire Boisclere Beauclere BeauclercBoiseleac

Name 3: Means "clear wood" in French

Burial: 04 Nov 1910, Calvary Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries @ www.cemeteries.org, Block 22 Row 27 Lot 7.)

Census 1: 1860, Age 33, carpenter, $40 in personal assets, born Canada, literate (Source: 1860 Federal Census, 1st Ward, Buffalo, New York, entry 928.)

Census 2: 22 Aug 1850, Buffalo Ward 4, Erie, New York listed as John Bokelin, shoemaker with wife Nitalia and daughter Nitalia, age 1 born in New York state

Census 3: 03 Jun 1880, Michigan > Saginaw > Saginaw > District 319; Ancestry lists as "Boisclau"; Night watchman in mill (Source: 1880 Federal Census, Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan.)

Census 4: 1894, Age 67, born 1826 in Canada, parents both born in Canada (Source: 1894 Federal Census of Bay City, Michigan.)

Census 5: Jun 1905, Wisconsin State Census 1905 in Milwaukee with daughter Louise Tibbitts

City Directory 1: Bet. 1881 - 1882, Watchman, res. Washington near Cleveland Works (Source: Bay City, Michigan Business Directory.)

City Directory 2: 1883, Watchman, res. e.s. Washington near Cleveland Works, 1st Ward

City Directory 3: Bet. 1884 - 1885, Ship carpenter, res. e.s. Washington near Cleveland Works, 2nd Ward

City Directory 4: 1886, Ship carpenter, res. e.s. Washington 2n of railroad crossing, 2nd Ward

City Directory 5: 1887, Ship carpenter, res. e.s. Washington

City Directory 6: Bet. 1890 - 1891, Carpenter, res. S. Spruce

Emigration: 1848, !900 Federal Census has his US entry as 1848

Occupation: 22 Nov 1886, Lumber (Source: Bay County, Michigan Courthouse, Marriage Cert to Lucie.)

Residence 1: Nov 1910, 2312 Wells St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries @ www.cemeteries.org.)

Residence 2: 1860, 1st Ward, Buffalo, Erie, New York (Source: 1860 Federal Census, Census taken July 6, 1860, #928-946, page 112.)

Notes for ANATHALIE "NATALIE" "NATY NETTIE" E. DESAUTELS:

Lapointe is what is known as a "dit" (pronounced "dee" as in deep) name which was very commont

until a hundred years ago in the French-canadian culture. The word translates to SAID or CALLED and was used as a sort of 2nd surname. Lapointe was added to the Desautels name because Pierre Desautels the pioneer at Montreal who arrived in 1653 was given a land grant at Longue Pointe (just north of the city of Montreal but now a part of it. Several other families have also used Lapointe as a 2nd surname and few Desautels maintained its use and fewer still dropped the Desautels and kept the Lapointe. It is only important to note as a research tool as there were some statistical data recorded as Lapointe. Most persons who use the name Lapointe today are actually descendants of the

Audet-Lapointe family. About a half-dozen other families also used that "dit" name. Hope I did not confuse anyone.

Source: Jay Desautels http://www.jenforum.org/dezotell/messages/10.html

 

More About JEAN BOISCLAIR and ANATHALIE DESAUTELS:

Marriage: Abt. 1848, Buffalo ?

More About JEAN BOISCLAIR and LUCIE GLOBENSKI:

Marriage: 22 Nov 1886, St. Mary's Catholic Church, West Bay City (?), Saginaw, Michigan (Source: Bay County, Michigan Courthouse, Book C, Page 3, Rec. #4419. Married by L. D. Guerin (St. Mary's Catholic Priest), witnesses: Nellie Portt and Justine Bruette, both of West Bay City.)

Children of JEAN BOISCLAIR and ANATHALIE DESAUTELS are:

i. NATALIA "NITALIA"3 BOISCLAIR (Source: 1860 Federal Census, This census lists an "Ann" as being 8 yrs old. Laocadia was born abt 4 days bef the census was taken, so technically she wasn't 8 yrs old yet. Could "Ann" be "Natalia"?), b. Abt. Jul 1849, Buffalo, Erie, New York; d. 09 May 1879, Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan (Source: St. Andrews Church Death..).

More About NATALIA "NITALIA" BOISCLAIR:

Burial: 09 May 1879, St. Andrew's, Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan (Source: St. Andrews Church Death Cert., Her parents are not listed on Death cert; Mary Heidel Reilly places her in this family because she was probably named after her mother, and that St. Andrew's Church was the family parish.)

2. ii. LEOCADIE "LAOCADIA" (CATHERINE) BOISCLAIR, b. 02 Jul 1852, Buffalo, Erie, New York; d. 13 Jan 1914.

3. iii. LOUISA (MARIA LOUISA) BOISCLAIR, b. 06 Sep 1854, Buffalo, Erie, New York; d. 09 May 1920, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

4. iv. ANDREW (ANDRE?) (FRANK) F. BOISCLAIR, b. Apr 1858, Buffalo, Erie, New York.

v. JOHN H. BOISCLAIR, JR., b. Abt. 1861, Buffalo, Erie, New York; m. (1) ALICE LEMERE, 20 Sep 1881, St. Mary's Catholic Church, West Bay City, Saginaw, Michigan; b. Abt. 1862, Michigan; d. Bef. May 1885, Saginaw or Bay City, Michigan; m. (2) JOSEPHINE STORMONT, 02 May 1885, Bay City, Bay, Michigan (Source: Bay County, Michigan Courthouse, Book B, Page 170, Rec# 2616.); b. Abt. 1869, Canada.

Notes for JOHN H. BOISCLAIR, JR.:

In 1880, John H. Boisclair, Jr. is working as a Laborer in District 148 of Oscoda village, Iosco County, Michigan. ancestry.com identifies him as John Bogsclair born abt 1861 in New York

In 1900 there's a John H. Boisclair living in New York > Erie > Tonawanda > District 262 w/o a wife or children. Same person?

More About JOHN H. BOISCLAIR, JR.:

Census: 1880, Oscoda, Iosco, MI listed by Ancestry.com as Bogsclair

City Directory 1: Bet. 1881 - 1882, Laborer, resides at John Bosiclair (Source: Bay City, Michigan Business Directory.)

City Directory 2: 1884, Laborer at Am. Chemical Co., bds John Boisclair

City Directory 3: 1886, Sailor, resides e.s. Washingto, 2n of JLR Crossing, 2nd Ward

City Directory 4: 1887, Sailor, resides 2nd and Sophia

More About JOHN BOISCLAIR and ALICE LEMERE:

Marriage: 20 Sep 1881, St. Mary's Catholic Church, West Bay City, Saginaw, Michigan

More About JOHN BOISCLAIR and JOSEPHINE STORMONT:

Marriage: 02 May 1885, Bay City, Bay, Michigan (Source: Bay County, Michigan Courthouse, Book B, Page 170, Rec# 2616.)

Minister: Pastor Henry H. Schutjes

Witnesses: Louis Boisclair and Emma Bosquire of West Bay City

5. vi. LOUIS BOISCLAIR, b. Abt. 1863, Buffalo, Erie, New York; d. 02 Mar 1895, Bay City, Bay, Michigan.

vii. MARIA JACOBA (MARY JANE) BOISCLAIR (Source: Saginaw Library, Michigan, Vol. IV p. 112 (as recorded on two index cards in the Saginaw Library), she is recorded as Mary Jane.), b. 22 Jun 1869, Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan (Source: St. Andrews Church Baptism Cert., Lists bith date.).

More About MARIA JACOBA (MARY JANE) BOISCLAIR:

Census: 1880, Listed as "Mary J." attending school (Source: 1880 Federal Census, Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan.)

Christening: 04 Jul 1869 (Source: St. Andrews Church Baptism Cert., Vol. IV p. 112 (as recorded on two index cards in the Saginaw Library).)

Sponsors: 04 Jul 1869, Francicius Chariat and Lacadia Boisclerc

 

Generation No. 2

2. LEOCADIE "LAOCADIA" (CATHERINE)3 BOISCLAIR (JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) was born 02 Jul 1852 in Buffalo, Erie, New York, and died 13 Jan 1914. She married CHARLES HENRI DE GRACE Bef. Aug 1874, son of LANGE DE GRACE and LUCY GOODIN. He was born 1851 in New Brunswick, Canada (Source: Karen Traynor.), and died Abt. Jun 1934 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

More About LEOCADIE "LAOCADIA" (CATHERINE) BOISCLAIR:

Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Notes for CHARLES HENRI DE GRACE:

Hello everyone!!

I am researching my father's line and my focus seems to primarily be in the

Bay County area. Here is an outline of what I have:

Descendants of Charles Henri DeGrace

1. Charles Henri DEGRACE b: November 27, 1851 in New Brunswick, Canada d:

May 16, 1934 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin, USA

he married Laocadia BOISCLAIR b: July 02, 1852 in Buffalo, Erie Co., New

York, USA m: d: January 13, 1914 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin, USA

..... 2. Louis Arthur DEGRACE b: August 19, 1874 in Banks, Bay County,

Michigan, USA d: 1899

.... 2 George Alexander DEGRACE b: May 14, 1876 in Bay City, Bay Co.,

Michigan, USA d: December 03, 1950 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin,

USA

he married Adelaide Anna JANKA b: February 18, 1879 in Milwaukee,

Milwauke Co., Wisconsin m: February 18, 1879 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co.,

Wisconsin, USA d: November 23, 1971 in Wauwatosa, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin,

USA

.... 2 Natalie (Nettie) DEGRACE b: November 19, 1877 in Bay Co., Michigan,

USA

.... 2 Leo DEGRACE b: Abt. 1880

.... 2 Lucy Ida DEGRACE b: February 05, 1880 in Bay Co., Michigan, USA

.... 2 Louise DEGRACE b: Abt. 1884

....... +William STARK

.... 2 Joseph Henri DEGRACE b: May 11, 1884 in Bay Co., Michigan, USA d:

September 18, 1893 in Bay Co., Michigan, USA

.... 2 Mary Lea DEGRACE b: October 22, 1885 in Bay Co., Michigan, USA

.... 2 Emily Josephine DEGRACE b: April 17, 1887 in Bay Co., Michigan, USA

....... +THOMPSON

.... 2 Charles Edward DEGRACE b: August 30, 1889 in West Bay City, Bay

County, Michigan, USA d. February 13, 1967 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co.,

Wisconsin, USA (my paternal grandfather)

....... +Evelyn Dorothy OLSON b: March 09, 1898 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co.,

Minnesota, USA m: Abt. 1916 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., Minnesota, USA d:

January 28, 1978 in Menomonie, Dunn Co., Wisconsin, USA

I am looking for any additional information on any of these family lines. My

grandfather is a bit difficult to trace as he disappeared out of my father's

life when he was about 2. I have a strong ancestral line on Charles Henri

DeGRACE with limited info on Laocadia BOISCLAIR and would be very willing to

share any of the details which I have.

Karen Traynor

Wisconsin

 

More About CHARLES HENRI DE GRACE:

Burial: Jun 1934

More About CHARLES DE GRACE and LEOCADIE BOISCLAIR:

Marriage: Bef. Aug 1874

Children of LEOCADIE BOISCLAIR and CHARLES DE GRACE are:

i. LOUIS E.4 DE GRACE, b. Abt. 1875.

ii. GEORGE A. DE GRACE, b. Abt. 1876.

iii. NETTIE M. DE GRACE, b. Abt. 1877.

iv. LUCY L. DE GRACE, b. Abt. 1880.

 

3. LOUISA (MARIA LOUISA)3 BOISCLAIR (JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) (Source: 1920 Federal Census, Lists her as Louisa Tibbits, age 65, b. NY, parents born in Canada.) was born 06 Sep 1854 in Buffalo, Erie, New York, and died 09 May 1920 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She married GEORGE DENNIS TIBBITS 15 Nov 1869 in St. Andrews Church, Saginaw City, MI. (Source: St. Andrews Church Marriage Cert., "Georgius Tibbits and Ludonian Boisclair - 15th Nov. 1869 Georguem illegiitimate son of Sarah Bodman (Bottman) born 19 years ago in Upper Canada (an illegible word is here) and Ludonian, legitimate daughter of Joannis Bosiclair and Anatalia Deshotels, born 15 years ago in Buffalo, NY. Testifying Patrickus Savoy of Saginaw City and Leocadia Boisclair of Saginaw City."), son of BENJAMIN WILLIAMS? and SARAH BADMAN. He was born 04 Mar 1850 in Upper Canada (Quebec), and died 12 Dec 1933 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Milwaukee County Courthouse, Death Cert. V444 P59 shows informant was, Mr. B. O. Fox, (Benjamin O'Neill Fox), who was not aware of George Dennis' parents names, and he gave George's birth as 4 March 1851 in Michigan, which is one year later than Michigan's records. The cert indicated that George has been a bridge operator for the City of Milwaukee for thirty years and had worked last in October 1932, fifteen months prior to his death. He was 83 years, 9 months, and 9 days old when he died principally of uremia, with contributory causes of chronic intersatitial nephritis and chronic myocarditis. Source: Reilly book by Mary Heindel Reilly.).

More About LOUISA (MARIA LOUISA) BOISCLAIR:

Burial: May 1920, Holy Cross Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries @ www.cemeteries.org, Block 5 Section D Lot 390 Grave 1.)

Census: 05 Jan 1920, Wisconsin > Milwaukee > Milwaukee Ward 23 > District 282 on 19th Avenue, age 65

More About GEORGE DENNIS TIBBITS:

Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries @ www.cemeteries.org, Block 5 Section D Lot 390 Grave 2.)

Christening: 12 Sep 1869 (Source: St. Andrews Church Baptism Cert., "1869 Georgius Tibbits - Day 12th Sept. baptized George, illegiitimate son of Sarah Badman (Bodman or Battman), 19 years old, born 4 March 1850, sponsor Edwardus German (?).") Neither the Williams or Tibbits families were Catholic and George Dennis Tibbits himself was only baptized a Roman Catholic two months before his marriage, which conforms to a long practiced custom (or rule) of non-Catholics converting to Catholicism if they wished to marry a Catholic. Source "Reilly book by Mary Heindel Reilly.)

Occupation 1: 1920, Bridgetender (Source: 1920 Federal Census, 455-40-49, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.)

Occupation 2: Bet. 1872 - 1873, Saginaw City, MI., laborer, resides East Division (Source: Saginaw City Directory.)

Occupation 3: 1876, Laborer

Occupation 4: Bet. 1879 - 1880, Saginaw & E. Saginaw, watchman, Tittabawassee Boom Co., res. North west corner of Clinton and Porter

Occupation 5: Bet. 1881 - 1882, Saginaw & E. Saginaw, watchman, Tittabawassee Boom Co., res. North west corner of Mason and Troop

Occupation 6: 1883, Saginaw, watchman, res. 1102 Troop

Occupation 7: Bet. 1884 - 1887, Saginaw City, streetcar conductor

Occupation 8: 1889, Saginaw City, laborer

Residence 1: 1920, 455 19th Avenue, Milwaukee (Source: 1920 Federal Census, Census lists only 19th Avenue but when Louise died in May 1920 the address was listed as 455 19th Ave., Ward 23, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Reilly book by Mary Heindel Reilly).)

Residence 2: Dec 1933, 2408 W. Lloyd Street, Ward 10, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Milwaukee County Courthouse, V444 P59 Death Cert.)

More About GEORGE TIBBITS and LOUISA BOISCLAIR:

Marriage: 15 Nov 1869, St. Andrews Church, Saginaw City, MI. (Source: St. Andrews Church Marriage Cert., "Georgius Tibbits and Ludonian Boisclair - 15th Nov. 1869 Georguem illegiitimate son of Sarah Bodman (Bottman) born 19 years ago in Upper Canada (an illegible word is here) and Ludonian, legitimate daughter of Joannis Bosiclair and Anatalia Deshotels, born 15 years ago in Buffalo, NY. Testifying Patrickus Savoy of Saginaw City and Leocadia Boisclair of Saginaw City.")

Children of LOUISA BOISCLAIR and GEORGE TIBBITS are:

i. BENJAMIN A.4 TIBBITS, b. 01 Jun 1871.

ii. NATALIE TIBBITS, b. Abt. 1873.

iii. LAURA TIBBITS, b. 29 Sep 1874.

6. iv. GEORGE EDWARD TIBBITS, b. 05 Mar 1878, Bay City (Saginaw City Hall), Saginaw, MI; d. 25 Dec 1959, Ashland, Ashland, Wisconsin.

v. HARRIET L. TIBBITS, b. 1880.

vi. LAOCADIA SARAH TIBBITS, b. 15 Jun 1881.

vii. MARVIN SYLVESTER TIBBITS, b. 31 Dec 1892.

viii. LEONARD ABEL TIBBITS, b. 01 Aug 1894.

 

4. ANDREW (ANDRE?) (FRANK) F.3 BOISCLAIR (JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) was born Apr 1858 in Buffalo, Erie, New York (Source: 1860 Federal Census, The 1860 Fed Census listed Andrew's age as 2 years old, while the 1880 Fed Census of West Bay City, Michigan has age as 27 and born in New York.). He married (1) JOSEPHINE BOURASSA Bef. 1880 in Michigan. She was born Abt. 1859 in Kansas (Source: 1880 Federal Census, West Bay City, Michigan has age at 21, born in Kansas.), and died Bef. 1895 in Michigan. He married (2) LYDIA SUMMERS 14 Feb 1895 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She was born Jul 1872 in England or Pennsylvannia (1900 Census).

Notes for ANDREW (ANDRE?) (FRANK) F. BOISCLAIR:

Is Andrew the Frank Andrew Boisclair? Listed as Andrew F. Boisclair in West Bay City directory for 1890-91. After Andrew moved to Milwaukee, his name changes to Frank A. Boisclair; why the change or was he known as "Frank" though listed in Michigan directories as Andrew.

Database: Wisconsin Marriages, pre-1907 Viewing records 1-1 of 1

August 26, 2003 11:57 AM

Name Marriage Date County Volume Page

Frank A Boisclair 14 Feb 1895 Milwaukee 27 0065 (Is this Andrew F. Boisclair?)

1880 Census Michigan > Bay > West Bay City > District 22 married Josephine. working as Laborer

1900 Census listes birth as August 1858 in New York.

Why did Frank leave his children from Josephine out on a Oklahoma Indian Reservation for several years? Was it to get remarried and acqianted with Lydia? The children are with him in 1905 in Milwaukee. Actually back in 1900 Census. Joseph isn't with them though he was listed as a brother to the siblings while in Oklahoma

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Wisconsin Marriages, pre-1907

about Frank A Boisclair

Name: Frank A Boisclair

Marriage Date: 14 Feb 1895

County: Milwaukee

Volume: 27

Page: 0065

 

More About ANDREW (ANDRE?) (FRANK) F. BOISCLAIR:

City Directory 1: Bet. 1881 - 1882, Laborer, bds at John Boisclair (Source: 1881/82 Bay City, Michigan City Directory.)

City Directory 2: 1887, Claker, resides on Washington (Source: 1887 Bay City, Michigan City Directory.)

City Directory 3: Bet. 1890 - 1891, Calker, resides N. Linn (Source: 1890/91 Bay City, Michigan City Directory.)

Occupation: 1880, Ship carpenter (Source: 1880 Federal Census.)

Residence 1: 1880, Bds with Charles De Grace (Source: 1880 Federal Census.)

Residence 2: 1900, Milwaukee Ward 12, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Residence 3: 1905, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Residence 4: 1920, Milwaukee Ward 23, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Notes for JOSEPHINE BOURASSA:

The U.S. Indian Census Schedule for 1885-1940 covering the Sauk and Fox, Iowa, Citizen Potawatomi, and absentee Shawnee Indians , 1899-1904 lists the six children, including a 17 year old daughter, Mary Lee, who could be Louisa. perhaps on an Indian Reservation, but no parents mentioned. Though there is a James L. Bourassa, age 41, listed directly above them. An uncle?

Chippewa Tribe?? No...census indicates they were Pottawatomes.

It appears that Josephine Boursassa was a Potawatomi Indian whose Michigan peoples were forceably removed to Kansas where she was born. At a later date some of the Potawatomi returned to southeastern Michigan where she must have met Andrew Franlin Boisclair, married and had at leasr\t five children. Sometime after she died, the children were either removed by the government or sent by their father to Oklahoma to live on a reservation. They're registered in the late 1890's Indian Census. While there they seemed to be entrusted with a Joseph Boisclair; though there is no apparent immediate family reationship, he must have been kin to to Andrew. But why would a Boisclair be on the Reservation unless he was also of Inidan descent? Or?

The Boisclair/Boursassa children were reunited with their father and his new wife and daughter by 1900 Michigan.

 

More About JOSEPHINE BOURASSA:

Nationality: American Indian

More About ANDREW BOISCLAIR and JOSEPHINE BOURASSA:

Marriage: Bef. 1880, Michigan

Notes for LYDIA SUMMERS:

Wisconsin Marriages, pre-1907

about Lydia Summers

Name: Lydia Summers

Marriage Date: 14 Feb 1895

County: Milwaukee

Volume: 27

Page: 0065

 

More About LYDIA SUMMERS:

Emigration: 1880, England (1920 Federal Census)

More About ANDREW BOISCLAIR and LYDIA SUMMERS:

Marriage: 14 Feb 1895, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of ANDREW BOISCLAIR and JOSEPHINE BOURASSA are:

i. JOSEPH4 BOISCLAIR, b. Abt. 1877.

Notes for JOSEPH BOISCLAIR:

Note: while Joseph is the apparent head of household with the other Boisclair, he isn't listed as a brother to the other siblings. So as the oldest Boisclair in the household - who is he.?

ii. LOUISA (MARY LEE?) BOISCLAIR, b. Oct 1880, Michigan.

iii. IDA J. BOISCLAIR, b. Feb 1883, Michigan.

Notes for IDA J. BOISCLAIR:

Ida H.J. Boisclair may have married a Penderson and had a dau. Louise Esther b abt 190 anda son Milliard M. b abt 1910. Ida is 1/8 Indian and the children 1/16, so she married a white man?

 

iv. ALICE LEE BOISCLAIR, b. Jan 1885, Michigan.

7. v. LOUIS G. BOISCLAIR, b. Nov 1888, Michigan.

8. vi. ALEXANDER (ANDREW) A. BOISCLAIR, b. 21 Oct 1889, West Bay City-Bay City, Bay, Michigan; d. Feb 1973, Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado.

Child of ANDREW BOISCLAIR and LYDIA SUMMERS is:

vii. ETHEL4 BOISCLAIR, b. Apr 1897, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

 

5. LOUIS3 BOISCLAIR (JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) was born Abt. 1863 in Buffalo, Erie, New York, and died 02 Mar 1895 in Bay City, Bay, Michigan (Source: Bay County, Michigan Courthouse, Death Cert., age 32 yrs, 7 months.). He met ANNA A. COONAN 28 Sep 1886 in St. Mary's Catholic Church, West Bay City, Bay, Michigan (Source: Bay County, Michigan Courthouse, Marriage Cert., Book C, Page 3, Rec. # 4409,.), daughter of JOHN COONAN and LOUISE GUERRAN. She was born 09 Mar 1867 in Bay City, Bay, Michigan, and died 10 Nov 1920 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan.

Notes for LOUIS BOISCLAIR:

Another death date is Sept 2, 1896

More About LOUIS BOISCLAIR:

Census: 1880, Works in shingle mill (Source: 1880 Federal Census, Saginaw, Saginaw, Michigan.)

City Directory 1: Bet. 1881 - 1882, Laborer, resides at John Bosiclair (Source: Bay City, Michigan Business Directory.)

City Directory 2: 1883, Foreman M.C.R.R., bds with John Boisclair

City Directory 3: Bet. 1884 - 1885, Brakeman M.C.R.R., bds with Charles De Grace, 4th Ward

City Directory 4: 1887, Brakeman M.C.R.R.

City Directory 5: Bet. 1890 - 1891, Listed as L.A. Boisclair, conductor M.C.R.R.

Notes for ANNA A. COONAN:

1 John Jay COONAN b: 24 NOV 1842 d: 1914

+ Louise GERING b: 24 MAY 1843 d: 1914

2 Mary E. COONAN b: 8 AUG 1864 d: 21 FEB 1901

+ Will CAVANAUGH b: WFT Est. 1847-1867 d: WFT Est. 1882-1953

3 Louise CAVANAUGH b: WFT Est. 1882-1900 d: WFT Est. 1898-1987

+ Frank MASTERSON b: WFT Est. 1871-1899 d: WFT Est. 1898-1982

3 Edna CAVANAUGH b: WFT Est. 1882-1900 d: WFT Est. 1887-1987

3 Sally CAVANAUGH b: WFT Est. 1882-1900 d: WFT Est. 1887-1987

3 Sr. Mary Williams CAVANAUGH b: WFT Est. 1882-1900 d: WFT Est. 1887-1987

3 John CAVANAUGH b: WFT Est. 1882-1900 d: WFT Est. 1902-1984

+ Living CAVANAUGH

3 Ed CAVANAUGH b: WFT Est. 1882-1900 d: WFT Est. 1887-1987

2 Anna A. COONAN b: 9 MAR 1867 d: WFT Est. 1906-1962

+ Louis BOISCLAIR b: WFT Est. 1841-1867 d: 2 SEP 1896

3 Carl BOISCLAIR b: abt 1889 d: WFT Est. 1909-1982

+ GERTRUDE La Fountain b: 13 DEC 1891 d: MAY 1972 (Father: Fred, Mother: Harriet. Bay City, Michigan, 1910)

4 Delores BOISCLAIR, b. abt 1912

+ George Brown, b. abt 1911

+ Carl DUTCHER

4 Dorothy BOISCLAIR, b. January 1910

+ Edgar CYR

4 Eleanor BOISCLAIR, b. abt 1914

4 Louis BOISCLAIR, b. aft 1920?

3 Beatrice BOISCLAIR b. abt 1891 d: WFT Est. 1906-1986

+ Vic MALINFANT b: WFT Est. 1873-1897 d: WFT Est. 1906-1981 (Malenfant)

4 Elizabeth MALINFANT

4 Vic MALINFANT

3 Elizabeth BOISCLAIR b: abt 1891 d: WFT Est. 1889-1986

+ W. HASTINGS b: WFT Est. 1850-1882 d: WFT Est. 1907-1966

In 1920 Carl had his brother Wilfred, age 28 living with him, with his wife Dora, age 23, and son Robert, age 5. N. Saginaw Street, Flint, Ward 1, Genesee, Michigan

In 1930, Carl is listed as Carole, living on Greeley Street in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, with three daughters, and son Louis, b. abt 1921. Delores is married though to George Brown, age 19, b. PA (also with them), including an Uncle Curtis Coonan, age 59.

More About ANNA A. COONAN:

Burial: Nov 1920, West Bay City, Bay, Michigan

Occupation: 1900, Beisdes being listed as Beauclais, she's lsited as "Anna A. Boclair" a Domestic working on Ohio Street.

Residence 1: 1900, Michigan > Bay > West Bay City 2 > District 59 > State St.

Residence 2: 1900, Name listed as "Beauclais" living on State St. with her parents and children

More About LOUIS BOISCLAIR and ANNA COONAN:

Minister: L. D. Guerin

Single: 28 Sep 1886, St. Mary's Catholic Church, West Bay City, Bay, Michigan (Source: Bay County, Michigan Courthouse, Marriage Cert., Book C, Page 3, Rec. # 4409,.)

Witnesses: Wm. Cavanaugh and Molly Coonan

Children of LOUIS BOISCLAIR and ANNA COONAN are:

i. ELLEN4 BOISCLAIR, b. Oct 1887, Bay City, Bay, Michigan.

ii. MABLE N. BOISCLAIR (Source: IGI Individual Record, Listed as Mabel N. .), b. 17 Feb 1889, West Bay City-Bay City, Bay, Michigan (Source: IGI Individual Record, b. 17 FEB 1889 West Bay City-Bay City, Bay, Michigan .).

9. iii. CAROLE RAYMOND BOISCLAIR, b. 21 Feb 1889, Bay City, Bay, Michigan; d. 24 Jun 1960, Duck Lake, Oakland, Michigan.

10. iv. WILFRED BOISCLAIR, b. Jan 1892, Bay City, Bay, Michigan.

11. v. BEATRICE BOISCLAIR, b. Dec 1893, Bay City, Bay, Michigan.

vi. MONICA MARIE BOISCLAIR, b. Nov 1895, Bay City, Bay, Michigan.

 

Generation No. 3

6. GEORGE EDWARD4 TIBBITS (LOUISA (MARIA LOUISA)3 BOISCLAIR, JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) was born 05 Mar 1878 in Bay City (Saginaw City Hall), Saginaw, MI, and died 25 Dec 1959 in Ashland, Ashland, Wisconsin. He married MARGARETHA BETTINGER 26 Apr 1899 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, daughter of NICOLAUS BETTINGER and BERTHA SCHMIDT. She was born 14 Sep 1879 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and died 21 Sep 1952 in Buena Vista, Pewaukee Lake, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

More About GEORGE EDWARD TIBBITS:

Burial: St. Agnes Cemetery, Ashland, Ashland, Wisconsin

Christening: 29 Mar 1878, St. Andrews Church, Saginaw City, Saginaw, MI.

More About MARGARETHA BETTINGER:

Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries @ www.cemeteries.org, Have a death date of 9/2/1953 and burial of 9/5/1953, age 73, married. Block 18 Section 1 Lot 3 Grave 3.)

Residence: Bet. 1952 - 1953, Box 419 Pewaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Archdiocese of Milwaukee Catholic Cemeteries @ www.cemeteries.org.)

More About GEORGE TIBBITS and MARGARETHA BETTINGER:

Divorce: Unknown

Marriage: 26 Apr 1899, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of GEORGE TIBBITS and MARGARETHA BETTINGER are:

i. LAURA ANN L.5 TIBBITS, b. 1899.

ii. NATALIE "NETTIE" MARIE (TIBBITTS) TIBBITS (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.), b. 09 Dec 1900, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.); d. 08 Aug 1975, St. Joseph's Hospital, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.); m. WILLIAM PATRICK REILLY (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.), 05 Sep 1921, Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Savannah, Chatam, Georgia (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.); b. 31 Aug 1898, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.); d. 29 Aug 1980, Tampa, Florida (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.).

More About NATALIE "NETTIE" MARIE (TIBBITTS) TIBBITS:

Burial: Aug 1975, Holy Cross Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.)

Funeral Services: St. Sebastian's Church, Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Hobbies 1: Parish volunteer work - sewing and baking

Hobbies 2: Abt. 1965, Attended German language and watercolor painting classes at La Farge Senior Center, MIlw.

More About WILLIAM PATRICK REILLY:

Burial: 05 Sep 1980, Holy Cross Cemetery, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.)

Education: St. Patrick's Grade School, Milw. (near south side); Marquette Academy (Marquette High School today).

Funeral Services: St. Pius X Parish, Wauwatosa, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Hobbies 1: Abt. 1945, Softball and bowled in a left-handers league (Meno. Falls).

Hobbies 2: Cut hair - mainly relatives.

Occupation 1: 1921, Supervisors on docks, and railroad detective In Savannah, GA.

Occupation 2: Bef. 1921, Picking tomatoes - Alexandria, Virginia (living on Duke or King St.)

Occupation 3: Bet. 1926 - 1929, New Orleans, LA.; demonstrated products in dept stores; lived in mobile home court. Also worked in other southeast states.

Occupation 4: Abt. 1929, Worked at "Black Eagle" gas station; family lived in West Allis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Occupation 5: Abt. 1931, "W.P. Reilly, President, Perfecta Mfg. Co., 326 W. State St., Milwaukee 3, Wisconsin; (Phone) Broadway 2310.

Occupation 6: Aft. 1945, Julius Rasmussen & Co. (Robt E. Reilly said his father still self-employed aft WWII).

Occupation 7: Abt. 1946, "Consultant, Mechanical Power Transmission Specialist", Rasmussen company.

Occupation 8: Aft. 1946, Invented "V-Belt Fastener", sold rights to another company.

Occupation 9: Aft. 1960, Aft retirement from Rasmussen, he worked part-time as a Milw. law firm messenger.

Pets: Bet. 1930 - 1936, Had a German Shepard named "Zip" in West Allis, and a St. Bernard named "Ponce".

Residence 1: Aft. 15 Sep 1921, 20 West Taylor St., Savannah, GA.

Residence 2: Abt. Dec 1925, 373 21st. St., 2nd Ward, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Residence 3: Abt. 1927, Farm (Location ? Source: Thomas James Reilly)

Residence 4: Abt. 1931, Small Pewaukee lake cottage aft fire detroyed Milw. residence.

Residence 5: Bet. 1931 - 1933, 59th St. near Greenfield Ave., West Allis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Residence 6: Abt. 1934, 8626 W. Oakland St., West Allis, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Residence 7: Bet. Apr 1935 - 1949, Moved to Menomonee Falls, Waukesha, Wisconsin

Residence 8: Bef. Aug 1936, 200 Fond du Lac Ave., Menomonee Falls, Waukesha, Wisconsin. (Old Weber house)

Residence 9: Abt. 1940, Water St., Menomonee Falls, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Residence 10: Abt. 1945, Appleton Ave., Meno. Falls.

Residence 11: Bet. 1949 - 1955, Fussville (near Meno. Falls.), Waukesha, Wisconsin

Residence 12: 1955, Upper duplex near 68th and Lloyd Sts., Milwaukee

Residence 13: Aft. 1955, Lower duplex at 1309 N. 42nd St., Milwaukee

Residence 14: Bet. 1965 - 1975, Lower duplex at 1740 N. 56th St., Milwaukee (just 1/2 blk north of Washington Blvd.)

More About WILLIAM REILLY and NATALIE TIBBITS:

Marriage: 05 Sep 1921, Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Savannah, Chatam, Georgia (Source: Miller West Bend.FTW, Date of Import: Feb 11, 2001.)

iii. MARGARET K. TIBBITS, b. 16 Nov 1902 (Source: SSDI.); d. Sep 1967, Westminster, Orange, CA (Source: SSDI.); m. WILLIAM HERMAN DUMMER; b. 1899.

iv. GLADYS MAE H. TIBBITS, b. 1906; m. (1) AL HIMMELSTEIN; b. 22 Feb 1896 (Source: SSDI.); d. Apr 1983, Houston, Harris, TX; m. (2) A. B. HILL; m. (3) ? PARKINSON.

v. CECELIA HATTIE TIBBITS, b. 1908; m. RAYMOND BOETTCHER, SR.; b. 20 Feb 1905; d. Feb 1980, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

More About RAYMOND BOETTCHER, SR.:

Residence: 1982, Last SSDI benefit paid to Pardeeville, Columbia, WI.

vi. BEATRICE "BEETS" ALIE TIBBITS, b. 1912; m. RALPH MILLER; b. 1901.

vii. BERNADETTE L. TIBBITS, b. 1914; m. (1) HOWARD KISSNER; m. (2) JAMES GRAY.

viii. GEORGE "BUD" B. TIBBITS, b. 08 Feb 1916; d. 09 Apr 1989; m. (1) ESTHER DURRENCE; b. 23 Feb 1912; d. Dec 1979, Glennville, Tattnall, GA.; m. (2) JANICE WATERS.

ix. ROBERTA "DOLLY" EVA TIBBITS, b. 1917; m. (1) JOSEPH EBERL; b. 1909; m. (2) JOHN RICHARD ZASTROW; b. 1923.

 

7. LOUIS G.4 BOISCLAIR (ANDREW (ANDRE?) (FRANK) F.3, JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) was born Nov 1888 in Michigan. He married ELLEN EGGERS, daughter of JOHN EGGERS. She was born Abt. 1890 in Wisconsin.

More About LOUIS G. BOISCLAIR:

Residence 1: 1920, Wisconsin > Milwaukee > Milwaukee Ward 17 > District 202

Residence 2: Jun 1899, Oklahoma Indian Reservation

Residence 3: 1930, Wisconsin > Milwaukee > Milwaukee (Districts 1-250) > District 212

Children of LOUIS BOISCLAIR and ELLEN EGGERS are:

i. RUTH5 BOISCLAIR, b. Abt. 1912, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

ii. THOMAS "TOM" BOISCLAIR, b. 04 Jan 1921, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. Apr 1983, Richmond, Richmond City, Virginia.

 

8. ALEXANDER (ANDREW) A.4 BOISCLAIR (ANDREW (ANDRE?) (FRANK) F.3, JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) was born 21 Oct 1889 in West Bay City-Bay City, Bay, Michigan, and died Feb 1973 in Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado. He married ETHEL G. ? Abt. 1918 in Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

More About ALEXANDER (ANDREW) A. BOISCLAIR:

Residence: 1920, Wisconsin > Milwaukee > Milwaukee Ward 17 > District 203

More About ALEXANDER BOISCLAIR and ETHEL ?:

Marriage: Abt. 1918, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Children of ALEXANDER BOISCLAIR and ETHEL ? are:

i. FRANKLIN A.5 BOISCLAIR, b. 27 Jun 1919, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin; d. 16 Mar 2004, Oconomowoc, Waukesha, Wisconsin.

Notes for FRANKLIN A. BOISCLAIR:

It appears that In the 1930 Federal Census that Franklin and his sister Betty Lou were in an orphange on North Ave.

ii. BETTY LOU BOISCLAIR, b. Abt. 1924, Milwaukee, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

More About BETTY LOU BOISCLAIR:

Education: 1941, Washington High School, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

 

9. CAROLE RAYMOND4 BOISCLAIR (LOUIS3, JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) was born 21 Feb 1889 in Bay City, Bay, Michigan (Source: Carl Dutcher, Year may be 1890.), and died 24 Jun 1960 in Duck Lake, Oakland, Michigan. He married GERTRUDE AGNES LA FONTAINE 09 Aug 1908 in Bay City, Bay, Michigan, daughter of ALFRED LA FONTAINE and HARRIET LASHWAY. She was born 13 Dec 1891 in Bay City, Bay, Michigan, and died 19 May 1972 in Southfield, Oakland, Michigan.

More About CAROLE RAYMOND BOISCLAIR:

Burial: Jun 1960, Perry Mount, Pontiac, Michigan (Source: Carl Dutcher.)

More About GERTRUDE AGNES LA FONTAINE:

Burial: May 1972, Perry Mount, Pontiac, Michigan

More About CAROLE BOISCLAIR and GERTRUDE LA FONTAINE:

Marriage: 09 Aug 1908, Bay City, Bay, Michigan

Children of CAROLE BOISCLAIR and GERTRUDE LA FONTAINE are:

i. DOROTHY RUTH5 BOISCLAIR, b. 15 Feb 1910, Bay City, Bay, Michigan; d. 17 Mar 1991, Royal Oak, Oakland, Michigan; m. JOSEPH EDGAR CYR, 25 Apr 1936, St. Rita's Church, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan; b. 12 Jan 1911, Canada; d. 1989, Royal Oak, Oakland, Michigan.

More About DOROTHY RUTH BOISCLAIR:

Burial: Mar 1991

More About JOSEPH EDGAR CYR:

Burial: 1989

More About JOSEPH CYR and DOROTHY BOISCLAIR:

Marriage: 25 Apr 1936, St. Rita's Church, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan

ii. DOLORES EVELYN BOISCLAIR, b. 08 Jan 1912, Bay City, Bay, Michigan; d. 26 Dec 1993, Michigan; m. CARL HACKETT DUTCHER, 07 Nov 1938, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan; b. 20 Feb 1912, Mio, Oscoda, Michigan.

More About CARL DUTCHER and DOLORES BOISCLAIR:

Marriage: 07 Nov 1938, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan

iii. ELEANOR MARIE BOISCLAIR, b. 12 Mar 1914.

iv. LOUIS "LOUIE" CAROLE BOISCLAIR, b. 24 Dec 1920, Flint, Genesee, Michigan; d. 29 Dec 1972, Flint, Genesee, Michigan; m. MIRIAM ALICE COLLINS, 13 Nov 1943, St. Rita's Church, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan; b. 15 May 1920, Royal Oak, Oakland, Michigan.

More About LOUIS BOISCLAIR and MIRIAM COLLINS:

Marriage: 13 Nov 1943, St. Rita's Church, Detroit, Wayne, Michigan

 

10. WILFRED4 BOISCLAIR (LOUIS3, JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) was born Jan 1892 in Bay City, Bay, Michigan. He married DORA. She was born Abt. 1896 in Michigan.

More About WILFRED BOISCLAIR:

Residence 1: 1920, Michigan > Genesee > Flint Ward 1 > District 14

Residence 2: 1920, Flint Ward 1, Genesee, Michigan

Child of WILFRED BOISCLAIR and DORA is:

i. ROBERT5 BOISCLAIR, b. Abt. 1915, Pennsylvania.

 

11. BEATRICE4 BOISCLAIR (LOUIS3, JEAN (JOHN) H.2, ?1) was born Dec 1893 in Bay City, Bay, Michigan. She married VIC MALINFANT.

Children of BEATRICE BOISCLAIR and VIC MALINFANT are:

i. ELIZABETH5 MALINFANT.

ii. VIC MALINFANT.

 


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