Out of Gas?

Out of gas?

No way…, because when I start looking for your ancestors or mine I never run out of gas.

Someday, someone who is a descendant of Bertha Lagasse will write me.

I might lose my way sometimes with your ancestors, but I can find my way back.

Judy is one reason I write this blog.

Not sure if I can help.
Jules Moquin was my great-grandfather.
He was born in Canada, married Marie Dube.
I believe there are Lagaces somewhere in the family line, but I’m not sure where.
Can you, or anyone else offer any insights on Jules and Marie?


I share with others all I have found since 2007.

Judy sent me this picture a few weeks ago with a dozen more taken at St. Thomas cemetery.

She did not know who Cornelius M. O’Halloran was…

So I got a sudden dopamine rush that got me searching.

This is the front of the headstone.


Were these Dubes related to any of my Dubés in my family tree? Are they descendants of Pierre Dubé and Emma Sévigny on this picture just sent yesterday by Dennis IV?

Here are some more pictures taken by Judy at St. Thomas cemetery in Bristol.

Sometimes what seems obvious at first is not…

I can’t find the link between Louis H. Dube and Napoleon G. Dube. He could be his son, but Judy did not tell me if the stones were near the Dube headstone.

If they were, then we have a link!

I will wait for her to send me another comment.

Meanwhile here’s another headstone which I am sure is related to Judy and her Dubé lineage.

As a footnote to all this, one day I will find out who was the owner of this car.