Martha (Beaugh) Leger

Martha (Beaugh) Leger

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Martha L. Leger formerly Beaugh
Born 1930s.
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Mother of [private son (1950s - unknown)] and [private daughter (1950s - unknown)]
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I was born in 1935 & lived with my parents in Church Point ,Louisiana where I went to school at the Convent. My Mother & 5-month-old baby brother Raymond Dale Beaugh were killed in a car accident in Conroe, Texas where they were buried with my Baby brother in my Mother's arms. This happened when I was 9 years old [one week before Christmas] December 18, 1944. I then went to live with my Aunt Bertha Beaugh [my Daddy's sister] until I married in 1952.[1]


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Hi Martha,

Concerning WikiTree's Weekend Chats posted by the Integrator project, you are almost there...

The G2G Integrator Weekend Chat is for everyone. It's a place to catch up on what people are up to and to share what you've been doing. New members can say hello, introduce themselves, ask questions, and meet each other. Our seasoned members can share progress or successes from their projects, give tips and advice, or chime in on hot topics.

So each weekend starting Friday morning check on the G2G forum at https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/ to see the current weekend's Chat.

As David and Ros mentioned on G2G, This weekend's chat is at: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/985418/welcome-weekend-chat-members-invited-february-14th-16th-2020

posted by Dorothy Barry
Hello Martha. Yes we are related. I see your line goes back to Martin Richard. So far I have traced part of my family to Rene. But as you know cousins marry cousins, nieces, etc. So we may also be related through another line. Who knows. Still trying to discover my Great Grandfather's Richard line. Valerie Critchley (Richard)
posted by Valerie Richard
Hi,Valerie, would like to know more about our family connections - my Richard family lived in Church Point, Louisiana ---- more information is on my profile Beaugh-15

hope to hear more from you through wiki tree, - or e-mail

posted by Martha (Beaugh) Leger
would like to hear from any one who has a connection to the Joseph Beaugh plus ,Sidney Beaugh family - Newton Beaugh - Helen Beaugh McMillan family - Ashton Joe Beaugh family - this was a large family around the South Louisiana area who later moved to Texas , Lake Charles, Louisiana , Opelousas Louisiana , New Orleans , Louisiana among other places & states around the country - I need help & information of those who served in the Military [ Civil war , ww2 -, Korean war & Vietnam war - then we can add their information to the Military Project in Wiki Tree in their honor -Martha Beaugh-15 Leger
posted by Martha (Beaugh) Leger
Hi Martha. We seem to be third cousins once removed. Your grandfather Frank would have been my first cousin three times removed. My great grandfather was Philip Amus Richard, and I have been trying to learn more about him. Like you I am descended from Michel Richard. We have many common ancestors. Cathy Ciarrocchi
hi, would like to know more about our connection to the Richard family & where your family is from - my Richard family lived in Church Point, Louisiana

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