Updated 17 April 2021 with this comment
OMG of COURSE!! That’s Mary Ellen Elizabeth Doucette, my grandmother. I’m Paul John Hogue’s daughter. I barely remember her, but I have a few pictures. Now what year is that photo from? What’s getting me is how much the fellow standing in the last row way to the left resembles both my dad and my brother.
Take this picture for example.
Only one person was identified back in 2009.
then more people
and so on and so on.
This is my latest find.
Arthur Hogue’s wife.
I knew her first name but that was all I knew. I knew a few kids thanks to the 1920 and 1930 U.S. Census.
Geneviève Hogue 1908 –
Adonis Hogue 1910 –
Alice Hogue 1912 –
Irène Hogue 1913 –
Rita Hogue 1915 –
Catherine Hogue 1919 –
Mary Hogue 1920 –
Paul Hogue 1922 –
Corine Hogue 1924 –
I finally found Ellen Elizabeth Doucette or Doucet surname two days ago. This is where I found that information.
On Family Search.
It’s a document about their wedding.
With that I could ascertain Genevieve’s presence on the picture.
Piece of cake.
Did she leave any descendant or did she die young?
I have waited for five years to identify her and her mother. I can wait for another five years since I am not directly related to these folks but one of my most faithful reader who owns that picture is.
That story does not end here by all means, because when you unlock one door, there are full of lock doors behind that one.