Dennis Lagasse II… A Family Man Take Two

Final reblog for today.
Please don’t get addicted.

Our Ancestors

I have posted something similar last year when Dennis Lagasse IV sent me more than 100 family pictures to share with you.

I know I might be hard to follow sometimes, but this is not my fault if my great-great-grandfather  Stanislas Lagacé I, born in 1816, chose to name one of his sons  Stanislas II, born in 1842, my great-grandfather, who, in turn, in 1864, named one of his sons Stanislas III aka Dennis Lagasse III.

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Dennis Lagasse III and four of his five sons:
Napoleon Levi, Harvey, Victor Philip, Dennis III, Harry.
The guy in front is still unidentified

Dennis Lagasse III, who wrote also his name Stanislas Lagassey, was Bertha’s father.

cemeteryStanislas Lagasse

All this to say that I believe my great-grandfather Stanislas Lagacé II aka Dennis Lagasse II was a family man and that he must have loved a lot his grandchildren just like I do.

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Dennis Lagasse II…

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Dennis Lagasse II… A Family Man

If you weren’t curious enough about the elusive Dennis Lagasse…

Our Ancestors

I guess my great-grandfather was a family man.

Stanislas Lagacé was born on August 9, 1842, in Henryville in the province of Quebec. I knew back in 2007 that I had a great-grandfather of course like everybody else, but I knew nothing about him.

Everything I have found out about Stanislas Lagacé is because some people cared and were willing to share what little information they had about Stanislas Lagacé.

My 3rd cousin Sandy had been looking for him since 1985 when her uncle got her interested in genealogy. She always wonder who was that elusive Dennis Lagasse.

He is not elusive anymore and he’s even more famous than Emeril Lagasse, well on this blog that is…

Lionel Lagasse had these pictures of Dennis aka Stanislas who is his great-great-grandfather.

I never met Lionel in person but I know that Stanislas’ kindness runs in his veins as well as his…

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Compulsive Writing

I started  writing this blog about  genealogy in September  2009.

I have written  more than 800 posts about  your  ancestors  and mine.

I  am not responsible  for writing  so much about  Our Ancestors because  my paternal grandfather  was a compulsive  gambler.


This is not  my paternal grandfather. That old man is my paternal  grandfather’s father, the elusive Dennis  Lagasse.

Google  the “elusive Dennis  Lagasse”…

Do this at your own risk.