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Adolph Vanhuve (1838 - 1926)

Adolph Vanhuve aka Lyon
Born in Brussels, Belgiëmap
Husband of — married 29 May 1860 in Ste. Anne, Detroit, Wayne County, Michiganmap
Died at age 88 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, United Statesmap
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Biography

Birth

Adolph Vanhuve was born on January 19, 1838 in Brussels, België, son of Francois Vanhuve and Coelita Lausford

Marriage

Adolph (22) married Felicie Pitre (21) (born November 18, 1838 in Assumption, Windsor, Sandwich, Essex, Ontario; daughter of Jean Baptiste Cyriaque (Pitre) Peters Sr. (1811–1885) and Felicite Alice (Trudel) Peters (1812–bef. 1886)) on May 29, 1860 in Ste. Anne, Detroit, Wayne County, Michigan.

Death

Adolph died on April 6, 1926 in Detroit, Wayne, Michigan, United States, aged 88.

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