David Joseph
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David Joseph (1921)

David Joseph
Born in Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canadamap
Ancestors ancestors
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died [date unknown] in Fort William or Port Arthur, Ontario, Canadamap
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Biography

Birth

David, son of Hubert Joseph and Helen Whittom, was born on 25 February 1921 and was baptised at Paspébiac two days later. [1]

Death

Death:
Date: 15 MAR 1949
Place: Port-Arthur [now Thunder Bay], Ontario, Canada[2][3]

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Sources

  1. Genealogie Québec, database, images, (https://www.genealogiequebec.com/en/: 9 Jun 2016), Baptism entry for David Joseph, 27 Feb 1921, Paspébiac PR, Image # d1p_12120023, Drouin Institute, La Prairie, Québec.
  2. Source: #S363
  3. Source: #S246 Page: David Joseph
  • Source: S245 Title: Interview with Blanche (Joseph) Roch Abbreviation: Blanche (Joseph) Roch Author: Marie Blanche Joseph Note: original ms. notes on genealogical worksheets
  • Source: S246 Title: Memorial Card Abbreviation: Memorial Card -MAE poss.# Repository: #R1
  • Source: S363 Title: Index to Parish Register of Notre Dame de Paspebiac, Paspebiac, QC, Canada Abbreviation: Par.Reg. Can, QC, N.D. de Paspebiac Indx Note: personal search by author, ms. notes on genealogical worksheets in possession of author Repository: #R1


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