Stanislas Lagasse I is the ancestor of thousands of Americans

So now we have identified another descendant of Stanislas Lagasse I (1816-1900)…

A new grandson.

JB Alexander was the son of Philomene Lagasse who was Stanislas Lagasse I’s daughter.

Since 2010 we have been able to identify many descendants.


 

I knew a lot about Jean-Baptiste Alexandre with this obituary that Joe had sent me in 2010

JOHN B. ALEXANDER (1862-1936)

John B. Alexander, aged 73 years, died at his home, 92 Riverside avenue, this morning following an illness of a week, though he had been ailing for the past three years.

The funeral will be held at his home at 7:30 o’clock Wednesday morning with a high mass of requiem in St. Ann’s Church at 8 a.m.  Interment, in charge of Undertaker James J. Dunn, will be in the new St. Joseph’s Cemetery.

Mr. Alexander was born in St. Charles, P.Q., Canada , on June 28, 1862, son of John and Filomena Alexander.  His early life was spent in his native place,  He came to this city twenty-three years ago.  He was employed for sixteen years by the city, retiring three years ago on account of his health.  He was a member of the St. Jean Baptiste Society and of St. Ann’s Church.

Mr. Alexander was twice married.  He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Adile C. Alexander; five sons, Lionel Alexander, of this city; Joseph Alexander, of Cheshire, David, Henry and George Alexander, of this city; five daughters, Misses Beatrice and Irene Alexander of this city, Mrs. Napoleon Gingras of New Britain, Mrs. Albert Choiniere of Bristol, and Mrs. Ernest Sorel of New Britain; two sisters, Mrs. William Archambeault and Miss Mary Alexander, of this city; and one brother, Peter Alexander, of this city.

Born in St. Charles, P.Q., Canada , on June 28, 1862?

I don’t think so…


June 23, 1862 in Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge. His godfather was Stanislas Lagacé, his maternal grandfather, and Marguerite Marchand his paternal grandmother.


Another beautiful chapter opens up on this blog as many more thousands Americans will link up with their ancestors thanks to JB Alexander having been identified and to a lot more information to help us.


 

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