Does not mean much to you…
But to me, this is when Henriette Alexandre died.
I don’t have her picture yet, but it does not really matter.
I have her sister’s picture.
I am sure they looked alike and that they were two wonderful ladies.
I just know.
Joe had this information in his database.
I did not know until I opened his database with Roots Magic.
And like magic I found the information I have been looking for.
18 September, 1907
Mrs. Henrietta A., wife of Dennis Lagasse, died at her home on Lake Avenue about four o’clock yesterday afternoon, after an illness of a few weeks. She was 62 years of age and is survived by her husband and several sons and daughters, among whom is Supernumerary Policeman Adlore Lagasse. The arrangements for the funeral had not been completed this morning. »
Sometimes, it’s just beside the corner or somewhere in Connecticut.
I just had to stop…
and take some pictures…
I found this information in the 1881 Canadian Census…
Rufus TITUS M Male English 41 USA Farmer C. Methodist
Jane TITUS M Female Irish 48 Ireland — Independent
Julia A. TITUS Female English 18 Quebec — Church of England
Jennie TITUS Female English 16 USA Scholar Church of England
Marshet TITUS Female English 14 Quebec Scholar Church of England
Clara TITUS Female English 11 Quebec Scholar Church of England
James ANDREWS W Male Scottish 100 Ireland Old Soldier C. Presbyterian
Source Information: Census Place Windsor, Richmond & Wolfe, Quebec Family History Library Film 1375834 NA Film Number C-13198 District 53 Sub-district H Page Number 29 Household Number 126
This is James Andrews tombstone…
I was looking for Clara Eleonore Titus… She was 11 in 1881. She married James E. Speakman and died in 1888.
Did you notice something special on James Andrew’s tombstone?
Click here for more information about that cemetery.