Remember Fabien Sauvé?
Ron told me in a comment on my blog that Fabien Sauvé was his great-grandfather’s friend.
That’s what he said…
Well I thought it was going to go like this on Fabien, IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER, THE SON, THEN POOF INTO THE HOLY GHOST he would go, but I see the good man of the cloth of genealogy on this blog has him in his book.
I will stay close and see what happens to my great-grandfather’s friend Fabien Sauve.
Ron Belisle Depatie
Here’s Leon with his wife Sophranie André.
Oups, sorry wrong picture file…
That’s Ron with his bulldozer…
I think I discovered a whole lot more about Léon’s friend, but I am not 100% sure.
You see I found some information about one Fabien Sauvé who was married to at least two more women… Marie-Eveline Lanthier and Victorine Houle.
What I also found is one Fabien Sauvé living in Lancaster, Ontario in 1901 and 1911.
1901 Canadian census
Sauve Fabien? M Head M Jan 26 1851 50
Sauve Lola F Wife M Mar 1864 37
Sauve Hanah F Daughter S Jul 1 1889 11
Sauve Rosanna? F Daughter S Jul 1892 8
Sauve Albert M Son S May 5 1893 7
Sauve Alfred M Son S Mar 1895 6
Sauve Lucia F Daughter S Jul 14 1897
Sauve Honora F Daughter S Apr 25 1900 10 mos.
1901 Census of Canada
Subdistrict: Lancaster, GLENGARRY, ONTARIO
District Number: 62
Subdistrict Number: d-6
Archives Microfilm: T-6468
What’s that Lola doing there?
It should be Sophie André or something like that…
1911 Canadian census
Sauve Fabien M Chef M juin 1861 59
Sauve Sophia L. F Epouse M mars 1864 47
Sauve Lucian F Fille C juil. 1897 14
Sauve Henry M Fils C juin 1899 11
Sauve Jane F Fille C fév. 1901 10
Sauve Harry M Fils C sept. 1905 7
Sauve Alice F Fille C mai 1906 5
Sauve Mon B. F Fille C oct. 1908 4
Sauve Janet F Fille C mai 1909 2
That’s more like it…
Sophie’s back, but now Fabien is born in 1861!
Never trust a census 100%…
Anyway, come back later for more.
As I said to Ron…
When we start looking for something, then we find a lot of new things that lead us to new things that open a lot of doors… and it goes on and on and on and on…
It never stops…
Honoré my dear, you didn’t forget to program the VCR didn’t you…?