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Pierre Lajambe (abt. 1831 - abt. 1892)

Pierre Lajambe
Born about in St. Regis, Quebecmap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 1855 [location unknown]
[children unknown]
Died about in Fort Covington, Franklin County, New Yorkmap
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Biography

Pierre was born about 1831 (age 29 in 1860 Census) in USA where his parents were civilly married about 1830 , or in St-Régis like his brothers and sister:

  1. Thomas, 1833
  2. Josephte, 1835
  3. Jean Baptiste, 1838
  4. Julie, 1840
  5. Ignace, 1842
  6. Edouard 1844
  7. Étienne, 1845 [1]

Married about 1855 (daughter Julia is 4 years old in 1860). He passed away in 1892.

From Pierre Lajambe on freepages.rootsweb

Pierre Lajambe b: Abt. 1831 St. Regis, Quebec; d: 2 May 1892 Fort Covington, Franklin, NY
m. Abt 1855 Anne Poirier
  1. Julia Lajambe b: Abt. 1856 Quebec; d: Aft. 1860
  2. Eleonore Lajambe b: 1860 New York; d: Aft. August 1862
Census 1860: Ft. Covington, Franklin, New York: Peter LaShomb, 29 (farmer) - wife Ann, 18 - Julia 4 [2]
Obituary: Adirondack News, Saturday, 7 May 1892 (St. Regis Falls, Franklin, NY): Fort Covington Center: 2 May: Peter Lashamb, an aged citizen departed this life today. [3]

Sources

  1. IGD: Lafrance Couple Ignace Lajambe/pitre et Marie Maher, 1825-1861
  2. New York Roots 1860 Fort Covington, Franklin County, NY Census
  3. New York Historic News Papers Adirondacks News, 7 May 1892


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