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|1||WALLACE, Howard Owen (I105528)
Buckinham Co., USA, Fam. Cem., Rt 601 bet. Rts 737 and 655, USA. No children. On family tombstone the name is listed as Ada but in birth register it is listed as Eddie F.
|LONDEREE, \ Eddie F. (I77545)
Daughter of Alfred Smith and Katherine Schlagheck (Rose Eleanor Smith.)
LONDEREE Rose Eleanor Rose Eleanor Smith Londeree, 92, of Beaufort, SC, widow of Benjamin Randolph Londeree, died Monday, March 26, 2012, at Bay View Manor in South Carolina. Rose was born in Toledo, OH to Alfred and Catherine Schlagheck Smith. She previously worked for B and O Railroad as a tour guide for high school trips, was a member of Questers Antique Club and was of the Catholic faith. She was predeceased by an infant son, Ward William Londeree; a step daughter, Patricia Richards, and four sisters. Rose is survived by a daughter, Leah Roche of Beaufort, SC; stepson, Benjamin Londeree, Jr. of Columbia, MO; a brother, Alfred Smith of Waterville, OH; nine grandchildren, and fourteen great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, April 3, 2012, at the Coyle Funeral Home, 1770 S. Reynolds Rd., at 10:30 a.m. where the family will receive friends beginning at 9:30 a.m. Interment Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, the family request the contributions be made to Hospice Care of the Lowcountry, P.O. Box 3827, Bluffton, SC 29910, or to the National Alzheimer's Association , P.O. Box 96011, Washington, D.C. 20090-6011. Please view and sign our online "guest registry" at CoyleFuneralHome.com
Published in Toledo Blade on April 1, 2012
|SMITH, Rose Eleanor (I98429)
Died in a quarry. No children.
|LONDEREE, \ James (I77599)
|5||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||DENMAN, Dixie Rose (I25181)
Macon lived in Covington throughout his adult life. (Francis Meeks). He was buried in Aleghany Memorial Park.
|MEEKS, \ Macon Waddell (I80509)
Marriage license had her name as Lelia C. Londeree. The 1910 census showed that Lelia and Thomas Meeks were living with her mother in the Scottsville District of Albemarle Co., VA. (Alberene). In 1916 or 1917 they moved to Schuyler and in 1929 they moved to Covington, VA. (Alvin and Frances Meeks). Buried in Alleghany Memorial Park.
|LONDEREE, Cassie Lelia (I77505)
Marriage license on file. In the 1920 census Albert was listed as living with Rosalee in Porter's Precinct of the Scottsville District of Albemarle Co., VA. He worked in a blacksmith shop. The 1910 census listed him as an errand boy and living with Warrick D. Patterson in Scottsville, VA.
Albert died in an automobile accident. (Donna Holt)
|LONDEREE, Albert Thompkins Thomas (I77454)
Mattie was the daughter of Albert and Sara Ragland (Marriage register) Eva Walker Londeree gave birth date of 1900 and death date of 1959.
Buried at Woodland United Methodist Church Cemetery on Route 604 in Buckingham County, Virginia.
|RAGLAND, Mattie (I92354)
|10||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||GROSS, Sharon (I42694)
Thomas was the son of Willie Nelson Meeks and Clara Sue Currier. (Nancy Clara Meeks). He worked at the Soapstone Plant in Alberene until it closed in 1916 or 1917 and then moved to Schuyler, VA to work in another Soapstone Plant owned by the same company. In 1929 they moved to Covington, VA. (Alvin and Frances Meeks). Buried in Alleghany Cemetary.
|MEEKS, Sr. Thomas Edwin (I80515)
Azilda was a daughter of Hilaire Beaupre and Angele Desrosiers. (www.genealogiequebec.com - Drouin Institute - The LAFRANCE)
|BEAUPRE, Azilda (I102250)
edouard was a son of Moise Brunelle and Emilie Marchand. (Genealogie Québec.com, Drouin Institute - Lafrance)
|BRUNEL, Edouard (I15561)
francois was the son of Ignace Boucher and Marie Masse. (Quintin CD, Ste. Anne, Yamachiche)
|BOUCHER, Francois (I11329)
I did not find a record of this marriage in the St. Patrice de Beauvirage or St. Narcisse de Beauvirage registers.
sophie is not in the 1871 census of D'Escousse.
|LANDRY, Sophie (I69553)
The 1911 census of Montreal, Quebec listed Uderic 40, Zelerina 37, Ulderic 14, Leador 13, Donat 9, Leo 7, Albert 6, Exeard 2, Laurorre 17, Blanche 4, and Armidas Gauelin 23 (lodger). (Automatedgenealogy.com)
|LANDRY, Joseph Ulric Henri Ulderic Alderic (I124530)
|18||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||DAVIS, Elizabeth Hannah (I24690)
|19||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||HUSK, Christopher Patrick (I45941)
|20||LONDEREE, Joseph Nathaniel (I77635)
|21||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||LONDEREE, Keith Douglas (I77651)
|22||LONDEREE, Mary Watson (I77711)
|23||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||LONDEREE, Ruth Barbara (I77754)
|24||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||MILLS, Deborah Lynn (I81873)
|25||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||VIA, Linda (I105155)
|26||LANDRY, Marcelline (I112277)
Pierre's baptism was not recorded in Yamaska or St. Michel d'Yamaska Registers. (https://www.genealogiequebec.com) His birth was obtained from his obituary posted on www.findagrave.com .
"His parents are given as
1866: Pierre Landry and Esther Giroux (his first marriage)
1899: Pierre Landry and Esther Messier (his third marriage)
1923: Joseph Landry and Marie Giroux. (death)." (Marcel Walter Landry)
Pierre's parents may have been Peter Landry and Esther Jiroux (Giroux) or Joseph Landry and Marie Giroux. At his third marriage, the maiden name of his mother was not given. Messier was from the subsequent entry. (Luci Ortner)
Some family trees listed Jean Baptiste Landry and Marie Emelie Theroux dit Laferte as the parents.
The 1851 census of Cap St. Ignace, Islet, Quebec listed a Pierre 13, a domestic in the Julien Fournier houshold. He was born in Cap St. Ignace, Islet, Quebec. (Ancestry.com) This probably was Pierre Guillaume Landry born 10 January 29 in Cap St. Ignace, Islet, Quebec. His parents were Joseph Landry and Solange Richard. (Quebec Vital and Church Records [Drouin Collection] 1621-1968 - Ancestry.com)
The 1851 census of Viger, Rimouski, Quebec listed a Pierre Landry 13 who was born in St. Arsene. His parents were Jose(?) Landry and Louise(?) Gausbien(?). (Ancestry.com) Probably not this Pierre.
The 1881 census of St. Jude, St. Hyacinthe, Quebec listed Pierre 45, Marie 35, Louise 13, Philomene 6, Homer 5, Joseph 3, and Valerie 2. (www.collectionscanada.gc.ca)
The 1891 census of St. Jude listed Pierre 50, Marie 44, Philomene 17, Omer 15, Joseph 13, Valerie 11, Wilfrid 7, Euclid 6, Ovila 4, a female 83 (Probably Pierre's mother). (www.collectionscanada.gc.ca)
The 1900 census of Woonsocket, RI listed Pierre 58, Philomene 56, Luclid 17, and Ovila 14. (Ancestry.com)
The 1910 census of Woonsocket, Providence, Rhode Island listed Pierre 69, Philomen 66, and Elmine Ledoux 61 (sister-in-law). (Ancestry.com)
The 1915 Rhode Island State census of Woonsocket, RI listed Pierre 76, Philoman 71, and Euclid 31. (Ancestry.com)
The 1920 census of Woonsocket, Providence, Rhode Island listed Pierre 81 and Philomene 76. (Ancestry.com)
|LANDRY, Pierre (I68362)
|28|| "... And I have found Barthelemy Dupuis in 1821/St-Constant, at the marriage of his brother François Dauphin to Archange Primard; in 1830 also in St-Constant, at the marriage of his brother Joseph Dupuis to Zoé "Laslin" (should be Asselin); and in 1839 again in St-Constant, as godfather to Cyrille Dupuis, son of Joseph and Zoé Asselin." (Email from Suzette Leclair)|
Barthemy was a godfather for the birth of Charles Cyrille Landry in 1809 (Charles and Marie Dupuis) and Sophie in 1829 (Charles and Rose Riel. (Marcel Walter Landry)
The 1851 census of St. Constant, Laprairie, Que. listed Bsethelemi (Barthelemy) living with his brother, Joseph, and family. (http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca)
The 1861 census of St. Constant, Laprairie, Que. listed Barthilemi living with his brother, Joseph, and family. (http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca)
|DUPUIS, Barthelemy (I130526)
|29|| "At baptism (1880) of his daughter Marie Hélène, it says Isidore Landry and Celine Fund in the directory. The godfather / godmother are Cyril Landry and Helen Daniel.|
At the grave (1880) of his daughter Marie Hélène, it says Gidon Landry and Celina Fund." (Google Translation of statement by Marcel Walter Landry)
The 1870 census of Whitehall, NY listed Joseph 32, Lammie 20, and Cecill 2, (Ancestry.com)
The 1880 census of Whitehall, NY listed Joseph 38, Selina 33, Sorrell 12, Delia 9, and Edward Hope 20 (boarder). Joseph's parents both were born in Canada. (Ancestry.com)
The 1900 census of Gardner, Mass. listed Joseph 57, Lena 51, and Louis 10. Joseph's parents both were born in Canada, French. (Ancestry.com)
|LANDRY, Joseph (I120434)
|30||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||CARTER, Barbara Lee (I18249)
|31||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||LONDEREE, Christopher John (I77517)
|32|| "Constant Landry died in 1858 and his widow, Henriette, remarried Thomas Alain of Arichat. The girls are living in their step-father's house in the 1871 census." (Paul C. Landry)|
The 1871 census of Petit de Grat listed Adelaide 19, Victoria 14, and Sophia 13 but no parents. (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca)
|LANDRY, Constant (I54723)
|33||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||LONDEREE, III Joseph Wood (I77640)
|34|| "LANDRY, AMAND, farmer, teacher, and politician; b. 8 Dec. 1805 at Memramcook, Westmorland County, N.B., son of Allain Landry and Anastasie Dupuis (Dupuy), a descendant of Charles de Saint-Étienne* de La Tour; d. 12 July 1877 at Memramcook." (Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online) More is available from this source.|
The 1851 census of Dorchester Parish listed Armand 45, Palage 40, Edward 10, Ferdinand 8, Angel 6, Peter 4, Jude 2 (listed as daughter), Rosella 1, Allen 82 (Wid.), and Natalie 42 (single woman) (Automated Genealogy)
|LANDRY, Amand (I52167)
|35|| "LANDRY, DAVID-VITAL, doctor, politician, farmer, and office holder; b. 14 July 1866 in Memramcook, N.B., son of Vital J. Landry and Mathilde D. Cormier; m. 6 Oct. 1896 Annie-Marie Michaud in St Leonard, N.B., and they had three sons and five daughters; d. 18 Dec. 1929 in Bathurst, N.B." (Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online) More is available from this source.|
The 1871 census of Dorchester Parish listed Vital 35, Mathilde 30, Celine 8, Euphemie 6, David 4, Sylvie 3, and Lucien 1. (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca)
The 1881 census of Dorchester Parish listed Vital 43, Matilda 39, Celinia 18, Phebe 15, David 14, Sylvia 13, Arcade 6, and Albert 2. (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca)
The 1891 census of Dorchester Parish listed Vital 53, Matilde 49, Arcade 17, Albert 14, Andre 8, Zelica 6, Vital 5, and Maltide 3. (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca)
The 1901 census of Dorchester Parish listed Vital 63, Mathilde 59, Albert 22, Andre 19, V.Vital 14. (Automatedgenealogy.com)
The 1911 census of St. Joseph, Dorchester Parish listed Vital J. 73, Mathilde 70, and Vital V. 23. (Automatedgenealogy.com)
|LANDRY, Vital Fidele (I57129)
|36||"LANDRY, JEAN-ÉTIENNE, doctor, surgeon, and professor; b. 25 Dec. 1815 at Carleton, Lower Canada, son of Sébastien Landry and Émerence Painchaud; m. 31 Aug. 1841 Caroline-Eulalie, daughter of notary Roger Lelièvre of Quebec City, and they had 11 children, of whom three survived infancy; d. 17 June 1884 at Quebec City." (Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online) More is available at this source.||LANDRY, Jean Etienne (I59419)
|37|| "LANDRY, PHILIPPE (baptized Charles-Philippe-Auguste-Robert, he signed Philippe and sometimes Auguste-Charles-Philippe-Robert), agronomist, militia officer, and politician; b. 15 Jan. 1846 at Quebec, son of Jean-Étienne Landry*, a physician, and Caroline-Eulalie Lelièvre; m. first 6 Oct. 1868 Wilhelmine Couture in Saint-Gervais, Que., and they had six children; m. secondly 4 Nov. 1908, at Quebec, Amélie Dionne, the widow of lawyer Édouard Taschereau; d. there 20 Dec. 1919." (Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online) More is available at the source.|
The 1871 census of St. Pierre, Montmagny, Quebec listed Philippe 25, Wilhelmine 23, Joseph 9/12, Veronique Couture 67 (mother-in-law), and Jean Lelievre 11. (Ancestry.com)
The 1881 census of Quebec (St. Roch), Quebec listed Philippe 35, Wilhelmine 34, Joseph 11, Caroline 9, Bernadette 6, Anna Lelievre 22, Edouard Blais 20 (servant), and Euphemie Bussieres 23 (servant). (Ancestry.com)
The 1891 census of Quebec (St. Roch), Quebec listed Philippe 45, Wilhelmine 43, Joseph 21, Bernadette 16, Anny Lelievre 30, Pelolira Loucey 22 (servant), Marie Loucey 17 (servant), John Kermy 38 (servant), and Mary O'Byan 70. (Ancestry.com)
The 1901 census of Quebec (Banlieu), Quebec listed Philippe 54, Wilhelmine 53, Adelina Nadeau 20 (cousin), Delvina Dumas 43 (servant), and Cesarine Michon 40 (servant). (Ancestry.com)
The 1911 census of Quebec (Banlieu), Quebec listed Philippe listed Philippe 65, Amelie 46, Margaret Taschereau 22 (step daughter), Edouard Taschereau 19 (step son), Cesarie Michaud 68 (servant), Rose Gauthier 21 (servant), and Sophie Guilbault 45 (cousin). (Ancestry.com)
|LANDRY, Auguste Charles Philippe Robert (I53235)
|38|| "LANDRY, Sir PIERRE-AMAND, lawyer, politician, and judge; b. 1 May 1846 in Memramcook, N.B., fourth of the nine children of Amand Landry* and Pélagie Caissie (Casey); m. 17 Sept. 1872 Bridget Annie McCarthy in Saint John, and they had eleven children, four of whom died in infancy; d. 28 July 1916 in Dorchester, N.B." (Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online) More is available from this source.|
The 1891 census of Dorchester Parish listed Pierre A. 45, Bridget 40, Pierre A. 11, Hector L. 9, Arthur 7, John 6, Wilfrid 4, Marie 3, and Allan 10/12. (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca)
The 1901 census of Dorchester Parish listed Pierre A. 54, Bridget A. 50, Pierre A. 21, Hector L. 19, Ramond A. 17, Jean C. 16, Wilfred A. 14, Marie 12, Allain J. 10, Mary McCarthy 52 (sister-in-law), Hermeline Melanson 27 (servant), Celina Melanson 23 (servant) . (Automatedgenealogy.com)
The 1911 census of Dorchester listed Pierre A. 65, Bridget 61, A. Raymond 27, Allan J. 20, Marie 21, Marie Bourque 59 (sister), Palmyn 19 (servant), and Marguerite Leblanc 18 (servant).
|LANDRY, Pierre Amand (I68393)
|39|| "LANDRY, VALENTIN (he also signed Valentin-A. and, more rarely, Valentin Augustus), teacher, school inspector, and journalist; b. 14 Feb. 1844 in Pokemouche, N.B., son of Joseph-Auguste Landry, a merchant, and Olive Robichaud; m. first 31 Oct. 1870 Mary Lavinia Beckwith (d. 1910) in Cornwallis, N.S.; m. secondly 13 March 1913 Mary U. Beckwith, the niece of his first wife, in Shediac, N.B.; there were no children of either marriage; d. 17 May 1919 in Moncton, N.B." (Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online) More is available from this source.|
The 1891 census of Shediac, New Brunswick listed Valentin R. 34 and Mary L. 38. (http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca)
The 1891 census of Weymouth Bridge, Nova Scotia listed V. A. Landry 46 and Mary L. 49.
The 1901 census of Weymouth Bridge, Nova Scotia listed Valentine A. 55, Mary L. 58, and Augustine F. Hache 34 (employor.)
|LANDRY, Valentin Augustus (I70192)
|40||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||LONDEREE, Mark Horrocks (I77696)
|41||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||LONDEREE, Rosemary "Mikki" (I77751)
|42|| "Mom and Dad were childhood friend....She worked all of her life, even while raising five children. She was employed as a purchasing agent at Kenworth Truck Co. at the time of her death. She was very active in the public school system, and enjoyed traveling and entertaining friends." (Son, Joe W., III)|
Daughter of Ted Hollihan and Edna Horrocks.
|HOLLOHAN, Rosemary (I45324)
|43||"Pierre et Joseph etaient egalement pecheurs" (Arsenault, Bona, Historie et Genealogie des Acadiens, Lemeac, 1978)||LANDRY, Joseph (I59859)
|44||"Pierre et Joseph etaient egalement pecheurs" (Arsenault, Bona, Historie et Genealogie des Acadiens, Lemeac, 1978)||LANDRY, Pierre (I68225)
|45||"Pookie" - a lifelong Penisula resident - retired pipefitting foreman. Member 1st Free Will Bapt. Ch; 4 stepchildren (Deborah A. Blake, Yorktown; Darlene S. Londeree, Newport News; Diana L. Niver, Swannanoa,NC; Christopher A. Ewart, Charleston,SC) + 11 grandchildren and 11 stepgrandchildren. Funeral held at his church, conducted by Rev.Tag Kilgore (Peninsula Funeral Home). (Obituary)||LONDEREE, Jr. Wyatt Aubrey "Pookie" (I77818)
|46||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld.||LONDEREE, Timothy Christian (I77782)
|47||(This Anne may have been married to Joseph Melancon. That marriage is in the database but not connected.)||LANDRY, Anne (I52653)
|48||)||ROBICHAUD, Jeanne (I94383)
|49||1850 census of congressional district #2 of Assumption Parish, LA listed the widow of Louis Landry 50, Adrien Leblanc 1827, and Eliza Leblanc 18.||LANDRY, Eliza Laird (I55910)
|50|| 1870 census listed her age as 2 years and the 1880 census listed it as 10 year Five children living in 1951. (Betty L.) Marriage license on file. Birth register listed her name as Georgia A. The 1900, 1910, and 1920 censuses listed Marcia as living in the Scottsville, VA area. Also in 1903. 1920|
census listed her occupation as a farmer on own farm, along with two of her sons, Basel and Lenard, and daughter, Annie. 1930 census listed her as living near Scottsville, VA as a farmer.
|LONDEREE, Marcia Brown (I77687)
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