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Alvina Labelle

F, b. circa 1896

Family: Alvin Joseph Mornson (b. July 23, 1895, d. April 21, 1970)

Biography

  • Birth: Alvina Labelle was born circa 1896 in Michigan.
  • Marriage: She and Alvin Joseph Mornson were married on August 28, 1915 in Rapid River, Delta Co, Michigan.

Roy A J Mornson

M, b. September 24, 1898, d. November 10, 1902

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Biography

  • Birth: Roy A J Mornson was born on September 24, 1898 in Escanaba, Delta Co, Michigan.
  • Death: He died on November 10, 1902, at age 4, in Nadeau, Menominee Co, Michigan.

Mildred Catherine Mornson

F, b. October 2, 1900, d. February 4, 1987

Parents

Family: Dallas Filmore Kniskern (b. April 10, 1894, d. October 22, 1977)

Biography

  • Birth: Mildred Catherine Mornson was born on October 2, 1900 in Michigan.
  • Marriage: She and Dallas Filmore Kniskern were married on May 28, 1919.
  • Death: Mildred Catherine Mornson died on February 4, 1987, at age 86, in Black River, Delta Co, Michigan.
  • Burial: She was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Escanaba, Michigan.

Dallas Filmore Kniskern

M, b. April 10, 1894, d. October 22, 1977

Family: Mildred Catherine Mornson (b. October 2, 1900, d. February 4, 1987)

Biography

  • Birth: Dallas Filmore Kniskern was born on April 10, 1894 in Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Mildred Catherine Mornson were married on May 28, 1919.
  • Death: Dallas Filmore Kniskern died on October 22, 1977, at age 83, in Masonville, Delta Co, Michigan.
  • Burial: He was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Escanaba, Michigan.

Leona (Lena) Mornson

F, b. July 1905, d. August 26, 1910

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Leona (Lena) Mornson was born in July 1905 in Michigan.
  • Death: She died on August 26, 1910, at age 5, in Escanaba, Delta Co, Michigan.

Alfred Mornson

M, b. October 1859, d. December 2, 1930

Parents

Biography

  • Birth: Alfred Mornson was born in October 1859 in Town of Buchanan, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: He died on December 2, 1930, at age 71, in Escanaba, Delta Co, Michigan.
  • Burial: He was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Escanaba, Michigan.
  • Note: Escanaba Daily Press
    Wednesday, Dec. 3, 1930
    Illness if Fatal To Fred Mornson
    Fred Mornson, 70, passed away Tuesday morning at
    9:45 o'clock at the home of his sister and brother-in-law,
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Labombard, 204 South Eighteenth
    street, following an illness of four weeks due to heart trouble.
    Mr. Mornson was born in Buchanan, Wis., and lived in that
    section of the state until 22 years ago when he came to
    Michigan to make his home.
    He is survived by one sister, Mrs. LaBombard of this city, and
    a half-brother, John Geisbers, of Kaukauna, Wis.
    The body was prepared for burial at the Allo Funeral Home
    and will be returned to the home of his sister this afternoon
    where it will remain until Friday morning when funeral services
    will be held at 9 o'clock at St. Joseph's church. Burial will be
    made in St. Anne's cemetery.
    Mr. Mornson was a member of the Catholic Knights of Wisconsin.

John Joseph Giesbers

M, b. December 31, 1861, d. March 19, 1942

Parents

Family: Helen School (b. circa 1864, d. April 28, 1921)

Biography

  • Birth: John Joseph Giesbers was born on December 31, 1861 in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Helen School were married on January 17, 1910.
  • Death: John Joseph Giesbers died on March 19, 1942, at age 80.
  • Burial: He was buried in St Mary's, Kaukauna, Wisconsin.
  • Note: Obit. Appleton Post Crescent
    3-20-1942
    John J. Giesbers, 80, Of Kaukauna, Is Dead
    Kaukauna -- John Joseph Giesbers, 80,
    119 E. Ninth Street, died yesterday noon
    at Appleton following a 6 - month illness.
    He was born in Appleton Dec. 31, 1861 and
    lived at Kaukauna most of his life where he
    was employed at Thilmany Pulp and Paper
    Company.
    There are no immediate survivors.
    Funeral services will be held at the
    Fargo Funeral Home at 8:30 tomorrow
    morning and at St. Mary's church here
    at 9 o'clock with the Rev. Alphonse
    Roder in charge.
    Burial will be in the parish cemetery.
  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Durick Millett

M, b. circa 1830

Parents

Family: Catherine Bourdeau (b. November 1827, d. August 13, 1921)

Biography

  • Birth: Durick Millett was born circa 1830 in Canada.
  • Marriage: He and Catherine Bourdeau were married on October 8, 1872 in Appleton, Outagamie Co, Wisconsin.

Joseph Millett

M, b. circa 1800

Family: Louisa Unknown (b. circa 1800)

Biography

  • Birth: Joseph Millett was born circa 1800.

Louisa Unknown

F, b. circa 1800

Family: Joseph Millett (b. circa 1800)

Biography

  • Birth: Louisa Unknown was born circa 1800.

Mary Millett

F, b. 1872, d. December 11, 1940

Parents

Family: Louis LaBumbard (b. circa 1868)

Biography

  • Birth: Mary Millett was born in 1872.
  • Marriage: She and Louis LaBumbard were married on August 25, 1913 in Escanaba, Delta Co, Michigan.
  • Death: Mary Millett died on December 11, 1940, at age ~68.
  • Burial: She was buried in Holy Cross Cemetery, Escanaba, Michigan.
  • Note: Mrs. Mary LaBumbard, 68, wife of Louis LaBumbard, died at
    her home, 204 North Eighteenth street, Tuesday morning at
    6:30 o'clock. She was ill only two hours a heart attack
    causing death.
    She was born in Green Bay in 1872 and had lived in
    Escanaba for the past twenty-six years. She was a member
    of St. Joseph's parish and of the Alter society of the church.
    Surviving are her husband and one brother, John Giesbes,
    of Escanaba.
    The body was taken to the Allo Funeral Home where it will
    be in state beginning at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
    Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 9 o'clock
    at St. Joseph's church, Rev. Fr. Lucian Green, O. F. M.,
    officiating, and burial will be made in St. Anne's cemetery.
    The rosary will be recited at the funeral home chapel
    this evening at 7o'clock.

Louis Bourdon

M, b. July 4, 1786, d. before 1849

Family: Elizabeth Bonneterre (b. circa 1801)

Biography

  • Birth: Louis Bourdon was born on July 4, 1786 in La Prairie, Montérégie, Quebec, Canada.
  • Marriage: He and Elizabeth Bonneterre were married on January 25, 1819 in Green Bay, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Louis Bourdon died before 1849.

Louis LaBumbard

M, b. circa 1868

Family: Mary Millett (b. 1872, d. December 11, 1940)

Biography

  • Birth: Louis LaBumbard was born circa 1868.
  • Marriage: He and Mary Millett were married on August 25, 1913 in Escanaba, Delta Co, Michigan.

Amable Charles Bourdeau

M, b. February 14, 1834, d. September 14, 1905

Parents

Family: Marie Julia Martel (b. December 31, 1844, d. January 9, 1908)

Biography

  • Birth: Amable Charles Bourdeau was born on February 14, 1834 in DePere, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: He and Marie Julia Martel were married on February 14, 1862 in Brown County, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Amable Charles Bourdeau died on September 14, 1905, at age 71, in Wausaukee, Marinette Co, Wisconsin.
  • Note: CIVIL WAR VETERAN TO RECEIVE HOMAGE 107 YEARS AFTER DEATH.
    Wausaukee, Marinette, Wisconsin
    Wausaukee, Wisconsin. The Sons of Union Veterans of The Civil War (SUVCW) and the American Legion Post 150, Wausaukee, WI, will Honor Amable Charles Bourdeau (Civil War Veteran - Green Bay, Wisconsin Pioneer - Pioneer of Wausaukee, Wisconsin).
    The Grave of Wisconsin pioneer and Civil War veteran Amable Charles Bourdeau which is located at Evergreen Cemetery in Wausaukee, Wisconsin has been unmarked for 107 years. This summer a Govt. issue Civil War marker will be placed on the grave of Amable Charles Bourdeau, and he will receive long over due recognition by ceremony of the Sons of Union Veterans of The Civil War - "Old Abe" Camp #8 and the American Legion Post #150 - Wausaukee, Wisconsin post. SUVCW unit "Old Abe" Camp # 8 is based out of the Appleton - Oshkosh area.
    The Sons Of Union Veterans Of The Civil War (SUVCW.org) succeeded the G.A.R,Grand Army of the Republic, and is comprised of male descendants of Union veterans. Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia describes the G.A.R.: "The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) was a fraternal organization composed of veterans of the Union Army who served in the American Civil War. Founded in 1866 in Decatur, Illinois, it was dissolved in 1956 when its last member died. Linking men through their experience of the war, the GAR became among the first organized advocacy groups in American politics, supporting voting rights for black veterans, lobbying the US Congress to establish veterans' pensions, and supporting Republican political candidates. Its peak of membership at more than 400,000 was in 1890, a high point of Civil War commemorative ceremonies. It was succeeded by the Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW), composed of male descendants of Union veterans."
    A pioneer of Wausaukee, WI, Amable was born to Louis Bourdon and Elizabeth Bonneterre on 14 Feb 1834 at DePere, Brown, Green Bay, WI. He died at Wausaukee, WI on 14 Sep 1905. His parents were pioneers at La Baye Settlement, which later became Green Bay, WI. Historical publications that have mentioned Amable Charle's parents and his mother's parents include Grignon's Recollections and Dr. Lester and Jeanne Rentmeester's, The Wisconsin Creoles. Amable's maternal grandparents were Augustin Bonneterre and a panis slave who Augustin purchased for a wife at the French fort at Mackinac. Augustin Bonneterre, a Voyager in the French fur trade, later had relocated his family from Mackinac to La Baye Settlement. Grandson of Augustin, Amable Charles Bourdeau married Marie Madeleine Ducharme (according to Dr. Lester and Jeanne Rentmeester's book, The Wisconsin Creoles). The marriage apparently short. The reason unknown. There were no know children of the marriage. Amable then married Julia Martell on his birthday, on 14 February, 1862, and began to raise a family when the War of The Rebellion broke. Amable volunteered on his birthday, on 14 Feb 1865. His service ended with honorable discharge, on 14 June 1866. In 1887 Amable moved his family to Wausaukee, WI. Amable and his family were among the earliest pioneers at Wausaukee.

    (Wausaukee Independent newspaper, Saturday, September 16, 1905)
    DEATH OF AN OLD SOLDIER Amable Bourdeau Died Thursday After Long Suffering
    From Cancer. Amable Bourdeau, one of the oldest and best known citizens of Wausaukee,
    died Thursday morning at about five o'clock, death being due to cancer. Mr. Bourdeau was
    seventy-five years old and was born in DePere. His parents died when he was a child and he
    was obliged to begin the struggle for a Livelihood at an early age. He sailed the great lakes,
    being employed as cook, for a great many years and until he came to Wausaukee to reside
    about eighteen years ago. During his residence here up to within a few years ago he cooked in
    the logging camps. Mr. Bourdeau was married on February 14, 1865, he enlisted for one year
    with Company H, 50th Reg. Wis. Vol. Inf., under Captain Chas. H. Cox. Later he served under
    Capt. John C. Cover and Col. John G. Clark and did frontier duty at Fort Leavenworth, Kan.,
    and Fort Rice, Dakota, receiving an honorable discharge at Madison, Wis., on June 14, 1866.
    Deceased leaves a wife, eight daughters -Mrs. Tappy, Wallace, Mich., Mrs. N. M. Toutloff,
    Mrs. Pat McCann, Mrs. Joseph Debot, Mrs. J. Cole, Misses Louise, Rosa and Lizzie Bourdeau,
    Wausaukee - and two sons Joseph Bourdeau, Westboro, Wis., and Louis Bourdeau, Star Lake,
    Wis. He is also survived by a sister, Mrs. Katherine Millet, of Kaukauna. The funeral will be
    held at nine o'clock Saturday morning from St. Augustine's Catholic church, Rev. Wm.. A.
    Reul officiating. The cortege will be in charge of Undertaker S. A. Mangold and the G. A. R.
    will act as pallbearers".

Marie Julia Martel

F, b. December 31, 1844, d. January 9, 1908

Family: Amable Charles Bourdeau (b. February 14, 1834, d. September 14, 1905)

Biography

  • Birth: Marie Julia Martel was born on December 31, 1844 in Green Bay, Brown Co, Wisconsin.
  • Marriage: She and Amable Charles Bourdeau were married on February 14, 1862 in Brown County, Wisconsin.
  • Death: Marie Julia Martel died on January 9, 1908, at age 63, in Wausaukee, Marinette Co, Wisconsin.

Stacey Angell

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Hunter Felix

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Ashley Blouin

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Kyle Blouin

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Tom Pethan

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: Maria Magdalena

Johanna VanAsten

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  • Descendant of an Immigrant on: America

Colette Marie Lehrer

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Nicole JoVon Hanson

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Dominic Beal

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