I have been working hard to validate who is on this photo especially the date when it was taken.
PARTY DE SUCRE 1910 CHEZ ARTHUR DUBÉ AT ST-EUSEBE
DEBOUT GAUCHE DROITE
ÉLISÉE DUBÉ, PIT(RE) DUBÉ, GROS-JOS MORNEAU, BLANCHE JOLICOEUR, ÉMILE DUBÉ, PHILIPPINE GIROUX, ? GIROUX, ALICE QUENNEVILLE, LUCIE BEAULIEU, ? GIROUX, WILFRID QUENNEVILLE, ALMA DUBÉ, LÉODORE DUBÉ,
ASSIS GAUCHE DROITE
HÉLÈNE LABRIE, MME PIT DUBÉ, MME CYRIS DUBÉ, ALMA QUENNEVILLE, THIMOTHÉE DUBÉ, EUGÉNIE GIROUX, OMER DUBÉ, ARTHUR QUENNEVILLE
SUCRIER: ARTHUR DUBÉ, COUCHÉ: AUGUSTIN QUENNEVILLE, AVANT ASSIS: OSCAR BEAULIEU ET UN COUSIN D’ALMA DUBÉ
I am sure Pamela Dubé is not on this group picture taken in 1910, but she is on this cabinet card with her husband Napoléon Dubé.
The Gale Studio. 136 Main St., Bristol, Ct.
22 old pictures of the Dubé family and their relatives were shared by Annick on Our Ancestors.
Most of them have captions although some I suspect might be wrong.
I have known since 2012 that Pamela Dubé and Napoléon Dubé were married in 1899. Napoléon was a widower. His parents were Georges Dubé and Angélique Miville Deschênes seen here on photos shared by Julie Girard on a Facebook group page.
But I knew nothing about Pamela’s parents until Annick contacted me.
Napoléon’s first wife was Marie Émond. They had three daughters and one son. Aurelia was one of them. I had written about her when a reader wrote a comment a few years ago.
In 2012 I had no idea who were the parents of Pamela Dubé whose name was inscribed on a plaque in St. Thomas cemetery.
That was then…
So what about the date?
Was it 1910?
If it was 1910 then MME CYRIS DUBÉ (maiden name Odélie Morneau) who was born in 1895 can’t be the third woman sitting on the left. She does not look 15!