Shared Photo: Marianne Bouchard

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This is my grandmother a wonderfully talented and resilient lady, who helped her family as a young girl cleaning houses, was struck by lightening as a girl and couldn't speak for over a year, who stayed on her knees for almost three days straight praying her rosary asking God which of 2 men she should marry. She was a seamstress who could not be matched and a milliner who created hats that were the height of fashion. A Horsewoman, beloved wife and adored mother and lastly a treasured grandmother!

I wanted to share this family photo of Mary Vandette with the community. Location: Montreal Quebec Canada. Date: unknown.
Click here for the image details page or here for the full-sized version (1566 x 1978).

WikiTree profile: Marianne Vandette
in The Tree House by Tina Hart G2G Crew (530 points)
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Marianne Bouchard
Canada Census, 1901
birth:    1885    Qc
residence:    31 March 1901    H, Berthier, Quebec, Canada    
other:    Joseph Bouchard, Angelique Bouchard, Rosena Bouchard, Alexandrine Bouchard, Eva Bouchard, Elisz Bouchard...        

Marianne Bouchard
Canada Census, 1901
birth:    1886    Qc
residence:    31 March 1901    G, Maisonneuve, Quebec, Canada    
other:    Nap Bouchard, Cordélia Gauthier, Ernest Bouchard, Fredy Bouchard, Lèon Bouchard, Yvonne Bouchard...        

Marianne Bouchard
Canada Census, 1891
birth:    1886    Quebec
residence:    1891    Îsle aux coudres, Charlevoix, Quebec, Canada            


Marianne Bouchard
United States Census, 1910
birth:    1885    Canada
residence:    1910    Lowell Ward 6, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States
immigration:    1895        
other:    John Beland, Yvonne Beland, Philomene Beland, Emilien Bouchard, Ulderic Bouchard, Emile Beland...
She sounds like she was very talented. Thanks for sharing.
Thank you John, she was very talented and with very little to work with. People nowadays could learn a lot from their ancestors if they would just listen. Have a great day! Tina

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What a beautiful tribute to your Grandmother. This is most the important reason  for WikiTree's existence. Please add the comments you made above to her biography. 100 years from now, when your decedents google her name, your comments will come up...and that's what its all about. These stories are too soon forgotten.
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