Rolled eyes – Redux

I really like this post I wrote a few months ago…

Rosh had used Rolled eyes in a comment.


I really like that expression Rosh had used in a comment.

Rolled eyes.

In fact I don’t care that much about rolled eyes. I bring people to life on this blog so those who don’t roll their eyes can see them.

Idala 1930

I know Idala’s granddaughter isn’t the one to roll her eyes when she reads my blog.

I hope her grandchildren will open them wide one day.

Identification of Idala's sons

Have you ever goggled Idala Lagasse?



Have you ever goggled Marcelline David?

Don’t get me wrong…

I don’t want to ridicule people looking for famous people in their family tree.

I have some famous people and I am proud to write about them on this blog paying homage to our ancestors…



I would have been the first one to write about my 8th cousin Emeril Lagasse if I had heard about him before Tammy Middleton had not jumped the gun with my search for Emeril’s roots.

So how am I related to Emeril, and why am I writing about him today?

It’s because of this man…

Idala 1930

Stalking Emeril

I don’t know if Emeril Lagasse is famous enough to have people stalking him.


I know I have never been in such a predicament even though I have been writing about our ancestors since 2009. I figured cooking is more important than genealogy unless you stumble on this blog and start to get all excited about old pictures you once thought putting in the garbage…

So what about Emeril Lagasse and how are you related to him? You will have to come back later because I am busy as a bee right now…


The Magic Bank Account
Imagine that you had won the following *PRIZE* in a contest: Each morning your bank would deposit $86,400 in your private account for your use.  However, this prize has rules:
The set of rules:
1. Everything that you didn’t spend during each day would be taken away from you.
2. You may not simply transfer money into some other account.
3. You may only spend it.
4. Each morning upon awakening, the bank opens your account with another $86,400 for that day.
5. The bank can end the game without warning; at any time it can say, “Game Over!”. It can close the account and you will not receive a new one.
What would you personally do?
You would buy anything and everything you wanted right? Not only for yourself, but for all the people you love and care for. Even for people you don’t know, because you couldn’t possibly spend it all on yourself, right?
You would try to spend every penny, and use it all, because you knew it would be replenished in the morning, right?
Shocked ??? YES!
Each of us is already a winner of this *PRIZE*. We just can’t seem to see it.
1. Each morning we awaken to receive 86,400 seconds
as a gift of life.
2. And when we go to sleep at night, any remaining time is Not credited to us.
3. What we haven’t used up that day is forever lost.
4. Yesterday is forever gone.
5. Each morning the account is refilled, but the bank can dissolve your account at any time WITHOUT WARNING…
SO, what will YOU do with your 86,400 seconds?
Those seconds are worth so much more than the same amount in dollars.  Think about it and remember to enjoy every second of your life, because time races by so much quicker than you think.
So take care of yourself, be happy, love deeply and enjoy life!
Here’s wishing you a wonderful and beautiful day. Start “spending”….

Oh my goodness…

Oh my goodness… what a surprise to find a follow-up – yes, even if I discovered this 6 months later and the post was . . . 10 years ago.

My interest is renewed – I do have relatives somewhere!

Yes, as per your blog, I am alive :):) and would love to know more.


That was four years ago when Alyce got all excited about her ancestors. Her ancestors are all here on this blog.

Alyce shared almost all she knew. At first there was little to go on…

Just pictures.

I just love pictures.

band of brothers

Band of brothers

I was searching everywhere for my ancestors…

I was searching everywhere for my ancestors but I had reached a dead end…

dead leaves on the ground

I was not going anywhere. I could not find my paternal ancestors, but I kept on looking, and looking, and looking.



I was searching for all the Lagasses I could lay my hands on.

This is where I found this Pierre Lagasse who was married to Marceline Davies.

She died in 1906 from a heart disease.

death certificate Marcelline David

I felt like an adopted descendant.

So I got curious.

Little did I know back in 2008 that this Pierre Lagasse (I have the same name except at the end), born in 1825, was my great-great-grandfather’s brother.

He had married Marcelline David not Davies.


marriage Pierre Lagassée

Looking at her death certificate I wondered who was that A. P. Lagasse, the undertaker.

I got curious some more and I found this picture on the Internet.

Adolphe Lagasse


That was the picture of Adolphe Pierre Lagasse, the undertaker who did the embalming of his mother Marcelline David…

Then I got even more curious when I found out that Adolphe Pierre Lagasse’s brother was Idala Lagasse. This is how Idala Lagasse led me to his granddaughter Alice who was looking for her roots since 2000…

Idala 1930

How I met Anna Campbell? – Redux


This comment was added to the original post.

Best regards.  I am responsible for the first info on William and Josephte Campbell.  Much research has been done since.  If I can help anyone who believes this to be their family line then please advise.


I can’t help myself writing about dead people…

close-up of Anna Campbell and Harry Lagasse

I met Anna in 2009 on this picture posing with her husband Harry Lagasse and her brother-in-law Victor Philippe Lagasse and his wife Alice Myers.

 Victor Lagasse and his brother Harry with their wives

This picture was taken probably in Bristol, Connecticut, at Pepere’s house.

original picture of the Lagasse family

I got curious in 2009 and I had found these notes on the Internet about the Campbells.

I am sharing them as I found them so some researchers might find them interesting to look at.

Anna’s name is not mentioned. But that’s besides the point of this post.

1. WILLIAM ALEXANDER1 CAMPBELL was born Abt. 1731 in Edinburgh, Scotland, and died March 15, 1811 in L’Acadie, Quebec. He married JOSEPHTE CHARTIER Abt. 1761 in St. Pierre de Becquet, Quebec. She was born Abt. 1744, and died October 22, 1799 in Lapairie, Quebec.

Notes for WILLIAM ALEXANDER CAMPBELL:William Campbell was born in Scotland and was most likely a member of Fraser’s 78th Highlanders. This Highlander regiment fought the French during the French and Indian War at some key battles: Louisbourg and Quebec. At Quebec, on the plains of Abraham, the 78th was directly on the front lines and took many casualties.

There are two William Campbell’s in Capt. Archibald Campbell’s company listed as privates. Neither William is listed as staying in Canada after the war. In addition, there is an Ensign Alexander Campbell who is listed as staying in Canada and purportedly went by the name William. The unit was disbanded in 1763 and many of the members received land grants in Nova Scotia and in the Montreal area.

There is an unsubstantiated story that William and his son Guillaume-Alexander may have moved across the border and fought for the American side during the American Revolution. This has yet to be researched.

The following details were given verbally by Annette Agnes Campbell (born 1885) as told to her by her great-uncle Benoni (born 1805) who knew William Alexander and his story:

“William came to Quebec with the Fraser Highlanders in 1759 to fight for the English against the French regiments of Montcalm at the plains of Abraham. It seems that after the war he was not allowed to return to Scotland having opposed fighting the French regiments possibly knowing that Scotsmen were on Montcalm’s side because of the Auld Alliance.

William married Josephte Chartier at a yet unknown site then settled at Laprairie, later at Ruisseau des Noyan (L’Acadie, Quebec) where he raised his family. He had adopted the Catholic religion.

William Campbell died at L’Acadie. The funeral was held on March 3, 1811. He was reported to be 80 years old, born possibly in Edinburgh in 1731. At his death, William lived with his son Alexander William”.

Also the following reference: One of the Campbells who chose to be discharged in Canada was William Campbell, who was born in 1731 in Edinburgh. He was a member of Captain Archibald Campbell’s company. He married Josephine Chartier from St Pierre les Becquets and settled first at Laprairie, Quebec and then at l’Acadie near St Jean Quebec. In 1992 one of his many francophone descendants is Dr Maurice Campbell of Trois Rivieres (Cap de la Madeleine) a member of the Quebec Chapter of the Clan Campbell Society of North America.”

The above has been extracted [p. 33] from “Lords of the North (1997) by James K. McDonell & Robert B. Campbell.

William is buried a Ste. Marguerite de Blairfindie in L’Acadie, Quebec. The grave is unmarked which his descendants hope to rectify soon. rev. 9/01/2001

Notes for JOSEPHTE CHARTIER:The ancestry of Marie-Josephte Chartier is subject to much debate. Several respected genealogists purport that Marie Josephte is the daughter of Jean Chartier ( ne John Carter) who was kidnapped by the Indians at the Deerfield, MA massacre and brought to Canada. This daughter was born 1729/32.

Marie-Josephte’s death record, however, indicates that she was 55 years old when she died suddenly in 1799 putting her date of birth to circa 1744. At this birthday, she would have ceased having children in her early thirties which would have been unusual.

The marriage contract of Hyppolite/Paul Campbell lists a Jacques Samoisette as “Cousin”, tracing this ancestry of the man, via his mother Angelique Gagnon and his grandmother Isabelle Chartier, wife of Pierre Gagnon, indicates that Marie Josette will PROVE to be the granddaughter of Michel Chartier II (who had children by three wives and was settled around St. Francois-du-Sud and Montmagny.

A daughter of Louis Chartier, Marie Josette was born 5 Dec 1732, Berthier-sur-Mer. Contrary to Tanguay, she did NOT marry 12 Nov 1770 at Longue-Point, Montreal, to Jean-Baptiste Archambault: that woman was a Chartier dit Robert. Jean Robert in his five Vols. on the Chartier family carries the Archambault marriage correctly on the Chartier dit Robert family but follows Tanguay’s error on pg 201 of his volume of Michel Charter’s descendents. With a birth year of 1732, she would have ceased bearing children at 44 which is reasonable. The death record age of 55 would then have to be an error as she would have had to been 67.

Marriage Notes for WILLIAM CAMPBELL and JOSEPHTE CHARTIER:The marriage record of William and Josephte has not been found but references note the location as Deschambault, P.Q.      Children of WILLIAM CAMPBELL and JOSEPHTE CHARTIER are: 2.i. JOSEPHTE2 CAMPBELL, b. November 17, 1761, Deschambault, Quebec; d. May 22, 1828, Laprairie, Quebec.3.ii. GUILLAUME-ALEXANDRE CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1763, L’Acadie, Quebec; d. February 25, 1849, Henryville, Quebec.4.iii. FELICITIE CAMPBELL, b. July 04, 1768, St. Philippe, LaPrairie; d. November 26, 1821, L’Acadie, Quebec. iv. MARGUERITE CAMPBELL, b. Abt. 1770, L’Acadie, Quebec; d. December 02, 1786, St. Philippe, LaPrairie; m. JEAN-BAPTISTE BOUTIN, February 21, 1786, St. Phillipe, Laprairie, Quebec.5.v. PIERRE JEREMIE CAMPBELL, b. October 12, 1770, L’Acadie; d. May 14, 1847, Henryville, PAUL CAMPBELL, b. October 18, 1774, St. Philippe, LaPrairie; d. Abt. 1847, St. Athanase.7.vii. MICHEL CAMPBELL, b. March 07, 1776, Laprairie, Quebec; d. L’Acadie.



Michel Campbell (Guillaume Campbell and Marie-Josephte Chartier) m. 20 November 1797, Chambly

Marie-Desanges Dumas (Etienne Dumas and Marie-Josephte Piedalue)

Josephte Chartier, of this parish, wife of Guillaume Cambel, age about 55 years, buried 24 October 1799, Lacadie, P.Q., d. 23 October.

Guillaume Campbell, b. Scotland, d. 15 March l8ll, L’Acadie, P.Q., bur 17 March, widower of Josephte Cartier, aged about 80 years.

NOTE:  the marriage of Guillaume/William Campbell and Marie-Josette Chartier has never been located.  He was almost certainly a demobilized soldier of the Seven Years War.  The marriage probably took place about 1760/61 in the region of Deschambault.  The oldest daughter, Marie-Josette “Oiam”, was baptized 17 November 1761, Deschambault, of “Guillaume Ecossais” and Marie-Josette Chartier, Canadienne.  “William the Scotsman” was very probably William Campbell, of either Fraser’s Highlanders or Montgomery’s Highlanders.  There was also a William Campbell in the 47th British Regiment, Seven Years War.

If William Campbell was a soldier from Fraser’s Highlanders, the missing marriage was probably performed by the Rev. Robert MacPherson, Presbyterian chaplain of the regiment.

Contrary to the assumption of M. Jean Robert in his five volumes on the Chartier family, Marie-Josette Chartier, wife of Guillaume Campbell, cannot have been the daughter of Jean Chartier/John Carter and Marie Courtemanche, for their daughter Marie-Josette Chartier died unmarried at age 18, as recorded in the registers of both St-Denis-sur-Richelieu and St-Antoine-sur-Richelieu.

The marriage contract of Hypolite/Paul Campbell, son of the above couple, lists a Jacques Samoisette as “cousin”.  Tracing the ancestry of this man via his mother Angelique Gagnon and his grandmother Isabelle Chartier, wife of Pierre Gagnon, indicates that Marie-Josette Chartier will prove to be a granddaughter of Michel Chartier II (who had children by three wives and was settled around St-Francois-du-Sud and Montmagny).

Tanguay contains an error which will perhaps prove pertinent here.  Michel Chartier II and his second wife Anne Picard dit Destroismaisons had a son Louis, b. 24 January 1707, Berthier-sur-Mer, and buried 29 July 1748, St-Vallier.  He married 26 April 1728, Berthier-sur-Mer, to Madeleine Lefebvre/Boulanger (Pierre Lefebvre/Boulanger and Francoise Fournier).  She remarried 1 July 1748 at St-Vallier to J.F. Hayot.

A daughter of Louis Chartier, Marie-Josette, was born 5 December 1732, Berthier-sur-Mer.  Contra Tanguay, she did NOT marry 12 November 1770 at Longue-Pointe, Montreal, to Jean-Baptiste Archambault:  that woman was a Chartier-dit-Robert.  M. Jean Robert in his five volumes on the Chartier family carries the Archambault marriage correctly in his volume on the Chartier dit Robert, but follows Tanguay’s error on p. 201 of his volume on Michel Chartier’s descendents.

It is true that this daughter would have been twelve years older than Guillaume Campbell’s wife IF her death record is correct about her age.  However, there is one aspect of the Campbell family records which indicates that this woman may well have been older.  The children of Guillaume/William Campbell and Marie-Josette Chartier may be listed as follow:

1.  Marie-Josette Campbell, baptized 17 November 1761, Deschambault, and married 1783 at St-Philippe-de-Laprairie to Pierre Boutin [many descendents–this couple both buried at Napierville].

2.  Guillaume-Alexandre Campbell [b.c. 1763?], married 17 November 1788, Lacadie, to Josephte Bisaillon [many descendents].

3.  Marguerite Campbell [b.c. 1765?], m. 1736, Lacadie, to J.B. Boutin.  He m. (2) in 1789 at Lacadie to M. Mad. Tremblay, so she died young.

4.  Felicite Campbell [b.c. 1767?], m. 1791, Lacadie, to Francois Thiriac dit Laforest [many descendents].

5.  Pierre Jeremie Campbell, bap. 13 October 1770, Laprairie.  Godparents Paul Denault and Marie Charlotte Pinsonnault.  m. 1790, St-Philippe, to Marie-Anne Rondel/Dubois (Jacques at Catherine Babeux).  At least two daughters who married.

6.  Paul/Hyppolite Campbell [b.c. 1772?], m. (1) 1795 at Laprairie to Felicite Bourdeau and (2) 1834 at St-Athanase to Francoise Choquette [many descendents].

7.  Michel Campbell, bap. 8 March 1776, St-Philippe, born the preceding day.  Godparents:  Michel Surprenant and Clotilde Lapierre.  m. 1797, Chambly, Marie-Desanges Dumas [many descendents].

A search of the records of St-Philippe, St-Constant, Laprairie, and Chambly indicates no more baptisms for this couple after 1776, not even of children who later died.  Documents would indicate that Guillaume and Marie-Josette continued living together.  If she were 55 at her death, she would have ceased child-bearing at the age of 32.  This was NOT common for a French-Canadian woman.  On the other hand, if she were the daughter of Louis Chartier born in 1732, she would have ceased childbearing at the age of 44, which was about average.

Antoine Campbell (Michel Campbell and Desanges Dumas) m. 6 May 1822, Lacadie

Emelie Alexandre (Jacques Alexandre and Josette Bonneau)

Alexandre Campbell (Michel Campbell and Desanges Dumas) m. 9 October 1827, Lacadie

Josette Perron (Louis Perron and Olive Charland)

Zoe Campbell, age 21 (Alexandre and Jovite Perron) m. 7 May 1853, St. Joseph’s Corbeau, Coopersville, N.Y.

Louis Patnaude, age 23 (Louis Patnaude and Marguerite Bourque).

Bap. 10 September 1831, Lacadie, Josephte, born 22 March last of Antoine Campbell and Emmelie Alexandre of Halburg, U.S.

Bap. 3 September 1834, Lacadie, Marie Odille, dau. of Antoine Campbell and Emilie Alexandre of St. Albourn.

Bap. 6 July 1844, at St-Georges-d’Henryville, Abraham, age 3 years, of the legitimate marriage of Antoine Campbell and Emilie Alexandre of Alburg, U.S.

Bap. 2 July 1837, Lacadie, Joseph, b. 4 January 1836 of the legitimate marriage of Antoine Campbell and Emelie Alexandre of Albourg, U.S.

Bap. 25 May 1834, Lacadie, Alexandre Campbell, son of Alexandre Campbell and Jovite Perron.

Bap. 6 July 1844, St-Georges-d’Henryville, Jean Baptiste, born 20 June last of the legitimate marriage of Alexandre Campbell and Jovite Perron of Alburg, U.S.  Godfather Michel Bombardier; godmother Virginie Perron.

Emilie Campbell m. Antoine Bombardier and resided at Alburgh, Vt.  8 May 1846, buried at St. Joseph’s Corbeau, Coopersville, Clinton Co., N.Y., Antoine LaBombardie, d. day before yesterday at Alburge, spouse of Melie Cambel, aged about 25 years.  A son, Joseph Bombardier, bap. 1844, St-Georges-d’Henryville.


1.  Antoine Campbell, b. 1822, Canada–d. 25 August 1903, Franklin Co., N.Y.  Civil War veteran.  Freeman 1858, Isle la Motte.  m. 1 May 1847, Isle la Motte, Vt., Caroline LaBombard, b. 1829, Canada–d. 25 July 1903, Franklin Co., N.Y., dau. of Michel and Therese/Sadie (Hall/Hale) LaBombard.

2.  Antoine Camel, b. c. 1793/97, Canada.  m. Mary     /Emilie Alexandre, b. c. 1804, Canada.

1850 census, Alburgh, Vt.; 1860 census, Isle la Motte, Vt., 1870 census, Alburgh, Vt.

2.1  Sarah Campbell, b. c. 1826, Canada.

2.2  Josephte Campbell, b. 22 March last, Alburg, U.S.  Baptized 10 September 1831, Lacadie.

2.3  Marie Odille Campbell, b. St. Albourn, bap. 3 September 1834, Lacadie.

2.4  Joseph Camel, b. c. 1836, Vt.  Joseph Campbell, b. 4 January 1836, Albourg, U.S., baptized 2 July 1837, Lacadie.

2.5  Pheba Camel, b. c. 1838, Vt.

2.6  Abraham Campbell, b. c. 1841/42, Vt.  Bap. 6 July 1844, St-Georges-d’Henryville, Abraham Campbell, age 3 years, parents of Alburg, U.S.Godparents:  Joseph Perron and Cecile Chatelle.  Possibly m. as a resident of Alburgh, Vt., Church of the Nativity, Swanton, Vt., 1 May 1865, as a son of Antoine Campbell and Marie Boneau, to Merentia Raymond, daughter of Nazaire Raymond and Flavia Coise(?) of Swanton, Vt.

2.6.1  Abraham Campbell, b. 22 July 1866, baptized 12 August 1866, Redford, Clinton Co., N.Y.  Godparents Hyppolyte Houle and Euphrosine Bricot dit Lamarche.

2.7  George Campbell, b. c. 1843, Vt.  Possibly m. Eulalie/Eudolie/Delia Dubois.  If so, he had the following children:

2.7.1  Martine Campbell, b. 28 March 1869, baptized 16 August 1869, Redford, Clinton Co., N.Y.  Godparents Michael Kelly and Angelique Dubois.

2.7.2  Mary Joanna Campbell, b. 18 March 1870, baptized 12 May 1872, Redford, Clinton Co., N.Y.  Godparents Alexandre Lavoie and Helene Lecourt.

2.7.3  Eugene Campbell, b. 15 May 1872, baptized 29 June 1872, Redford, Clinton Co., N.Y.  Godparents Gedeon Dubois and Marie Dubois.

2.7.4  Gertrude Campbell, b. 18 March 1874, baptized 17 February 1877, Redford, Clinton Co., N.Y.  Godparents Cheri Rocheford and Louise Defayette.

2.7.5  Alfred Campbell, b. 1878, bap. 12 April 1878, Redford, Clinton Co., N.Y.  Godparents John Farrand and Marie Anne Gagnier.

2.7.6  Josephine Campbell, b. 15 March 1880, baptized 15 August 1880, Redford, Clinton Co., N.Y.  Godparents Antoine Pare and Emma Besset.

2.8  Ann Eliza Camel, b. c. 1841/45, Vt.

2.9  Albert/Arthur Campbell, b. c. 1846, Vt.  m. Angelina/Angelique Wood/Dubois, dau. of Jed and Lydia (Parot) Wood/Dubois.His widow m. (2) _____ Gaston and (3) Abram Wells.

2.9.1  Henry Campbell, b. c. 1872, Saranac, N.Y.  m. 1 December 1894, Grand Isle, Vt., Gertie Blow.

2.9.2  Maud Emma Campbell, b. c. 1877, Saranac, N.Y.  m. 24 July 1895, Grand Isle, Vt., Charles Blow.

2.10  Job Campbell/Jobe Camel, b. c. 1849/50, Vt.

3.  Alexander Campbell, b. c. 1804, Canada.  m. Zoa         /Jovite Perron, b. c. 1809, Canada.  1860 census, Alburgh, Vt.

3.1  Zoe Campbell, b. c. 1832.  m. at age 21, 7 May 1853, St. Joseph’s Corbeau, Coopersville, Clinton Co., N.Y., Louis Patnaude, age 23, son of Louis Patnaude and Marguerite Bourque.

3.2  Alexandre Campbell, bap. 25 May 1834, Lacadie.

3.3  Moses Campbell, b. c. 1841, Canada.  Moyse Campbell, son of Alex. Campbell and Zoe Perron of Princeville, m. 12 November 1861, St-Georges-d’Henryville, Florence Ledoux, dau. of Joseph(?) Ledoux and Marguerite Fontaine of the seigneury of St. Thomas de Foucault.

3.4  Jean Baptiste Campbell, b. 20 June last, Alburg, U.S., baptized 6 July 1844, St-Georges-d’Henryville.  Godparents:  Michel Bombardier and Virginie Perron.

3.5  Giles Campbell, b. c. 1848, Vt.

3.6  Henry Campbell, b. c. 1850, Vt.

3.7  Deby Ann Campbell, b. c. 1852, Vt.  Possibly the same as Celina, bap. 11 September 1852, St. Georges d’Henryville, age 1 year and 12 days.  Parents Alexandre Campbell and Zoe Perrault of Albourg, U.S.  Godparents:  Jean Baptiste Bombarbier and Zoe Campbell.  Celina Campbell, age 20 years, m. 22 October 1871, Alburg, Vt., St. Amadeus Church, John Bourret, 21 years, son of David Bourret and Adeline St. James.

3.8  Michel Cambel.  m. 24 June 1858, Church of the Nativity, Swanton, Vt., Aloysia Zavaria, dau. of Joseph Savaria and Olive Equit.

NOTE:  Joseph Savaria/Sabre (Jean-Baptiste Savaria and Catherine Dussault) m. 11 January 1825, Napierville, Olive Hethier/Ethier (Jean-Baptiste Ethier dit Quay dit Dragon and Agathe Dubeau).

3.8.1  Mathilda Campbell, dau. of Michel Campbell and Louise Savaria, m. 12 October 1874, Alburg, Vt., Geo. Breslt/Bristlo, age 26 years, of Texas.

4.  Flavie Campbell.  m. Baptiste Latour/Jean-Baptiste Noel dit Latour.  Resided at Alburgh, Vt.

4.1  Olive Latour, age 2 years, buried 23 July 1847, St. Joseph’s Corbeau, Coopersville, Clinton Co., N.Y.

4.2  Zoe Noel dit Latour.  m. 13 April 1863, Church of the Nativity, Swanton, Vt., Henry LaBombarde, son of Joseph LaBombarde and Aloysia Laberge of Alburgh, Vt.

4.3  Benjamin Noel, baptized 4 October 1842, St-Georges-d’Henryville, born 3 April.  Parents reside at Alburg.  Godparents:  Antoine Tetreau and Sophie Lavoie.

Next time Lovely Rita

Lovely Rita

Courtesy Carole H.


Thank you for your time…

descendants of Ambroise Lagacé and Flora Roussin

From My Heritage, my former genealogy Website

Comment made in March 2014 by Jonathan

I believe the Roy D. Lagasse that is depicted in the family diagram is my Great Grandfather. My Great Grandfather had one son that I know of (my grandfather) Thomas Earl Lagasse born in Rhode Island. My grandfather had two sons (My Father)Thomas Earl Lagasse Jr. and Christopher Lagasse also born in Rhode Island. If you could help me with any other info it would me much appreciated.

Thank you for your time.

He wrote this one last week…

Pierre, I was wondering if you might happen to have a Facebook account? If you do feel free to send me a friend request by searching…

 Then this simple one…

Thank you for your time…

Call it passion Jonathan…

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From Ancestry, my genealogy Website page

Should I Go On…? Was I dead serious?

I wrote this in December 2009

I wonder if I should go on writing my English blog about genealogy.

I will think about it and get back to you soon.

It was mainly a spin-off of my blog on wartime veterans and keeping their memories alive.

I also wanted to give Lagacé descendants living in the U.S. a chance to link up with their past.

Maybe I will get a message from a descendant wanting to know more… and since I know a lot…

Montreal circa 1954

See you around…