Saül Binette

Saül Binette is not famous.

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He is just a father with his little daughter Cécile and his wife Rosa Beauparlant.

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This is Saül Binette again with his wife Rosa Beauparlant.

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Here Saül is seen with his brother Hormisdas. Hormisdas is on the right in the first row.

That’s what I like about Saül. I like to talk about ordinary people on this blog.

Some people search for ancestors who are famous. They go on the Internet and type their names.

I don’t.

I mostly work with old pictures like this one…

The man is Honoré Sauvé with his wife Julie Leroux. They are my maternal great-great-grandparents.

Not famous people. They are also Saül Binette’s grandparents and now newly found Brenda’s great-great-grandparents.

Thank you for sharing! I’m a granddaughter of Saül Binette and I was wondering about my family since I don’t have access to the family book anymore (lost it during the parents separation). Again, thank you for sharing!

Brenda Binette

I don’t believe Brenda has a copy.

This picture, probably taken in the late 1890s, was part of a bunch of old pictures in two plastic grocery bags that my aunt Evelyne had stashed away in her closet.

I just had to share that bunch of old pictures with everyone.

Share I did since 2009. This article is No. 285!

Now, go on Google and just type Saül Binette. Of course some links are just there to get some traffic.

I don’t care much about getting traffic on my blog. I just enjoy genealogy,  writing about it and sharing what I found.

Toodles.

BTW…

I don’t like it when bloggers just click on the Like button just to get some traffic on their blogs…

7 thoughts on “Saül Binette

  1. Hello, I am Claudia and Leon Binette’s granddaughter. I am Beatrice Binette Anspaugh’s daughter. My name is Susanne Anspaugh McHale. My sister is Claudia anspaugh. We live in Bellevue, KY.

  2. Well Pierre. That’s two things an Anglo Aussie and a French Canadian (Canadienne) can agree on. I am in awe of the way you tell stories about real/ordinary people. I write about ordinary people but too often try to turn them into heroes. And secondly I become very annoyed when people click the like button in ‘reader’ without reading. Sometimes the ‘like’ comes onto my stats before I have time to take a breath. Half an hour to write, and half a second to read; I think not.

    • I never click the like button before I read unless I know the blogger very well. I am always sure I will enjoy it. You are one of them.

    • I have got almost all of Susanne’s ancestors in my family tree.
      I will follow up on this tread.
      Speaking on the subject of ordinary people, they are all heroes because they are just that: ordinary people who worked hard all their lives. We owe them so much.

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