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    4151 Whereabouts unknown after 1920 CARTER, Thomas Leonard (I11355)
     
    4152 While County Sheriff from 1963 - 1966, Leland was called “Sharkey” . Marguerite was a lifelong resident of Kenosha. She attended local schools and was a graduate from Kenosha High School. From 1953 to 1970, she was employed with AMC/Daimler-Chrysler, working a majority of her time in department #866 as an inspector. Marguerite was also employed for ten years with Allen A. Hosiery, part time for J.C. Penney and as the matron for the Kenosha County jail. Marguerite was a member of St. Elizabeth Catholic Church and their Christian Mothers, the U.A.W. Local #72 retirees and a former member of the Ke-Nash-A Club. She enjoyed golf and basketball and was a member of the 1932 Kenosha women?s city basketball championship team playing for Dewey Hardware for ten years and was a past member of Washington Park Women?s Golf League. She was also an avid bingo player and in her earlier years, she enjoyed traveling with her husband. Besides the listed children and grandchildren, Marguerite was also survived by fourteen great-grandchildren, Melinda and Matthew Mondrawickas, Cody and Casey Morse, Wayne and Kooper Barbian, Lauren and Sarah Chartier, Kaitlin, Logan, Alexis, Brett and Taylor DeLaat and Britni Glasspool. She was preceded in death by one great grandson, Declen Glasspool. CHARTIER, Leland Nicholas (I2443)
     
    4153 While there were previously many occurances of CHARTIER/CHARTIER marriages of close cousins, Rene was from the other branch of CHARTIERs found in Vol.III (MICHEL) that prior to this were unrelated. See MBFDFIECDA for Rene. All genealogy lineage will be carried by that line. CHARTIER, Rita-Cecile (I9383)
     
    4154 wife re-married 3 times after Antiones death in 1864. CHARTIER, Antoine (I8217)
     
    4155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SHORKEY, JUANITA Elizabeth (I4966)
     
    4156 Wilfred may have died and left a widow and a daughter as he can’t be found in the 1930 census. Lola May remarried to Joe Martin who were living at 926 Sorin St. in South Bend. However, Lola May’s daughter was living with her grandparents, Edmund and Bessie Chartier. In the 1930 census Joseph Martin was a lineman. CHARTIER, Wilfred (Red) (I20875)
     
    4157 Wilfred was a lumberman when he married Rose. He was a deliverman when he died CHARTIER, Wilfred Joseph (I14663)
     
    4158 Will was the first graduate of the Waabshki-Miigwan Drug Court Program. He is a member of the The Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians. He is currently enrolled at North Central Michigan College in Petoskey, MI, pursuing an Entrepreneurship certificate through the Waganakising Odawa Career and Technical Education Program (WOCTEP) and is considering pursuing an Associate’s degree in Geographic Information System (GIS). He is also taking trucking owner operator courses online He had been a truck driver, operating 18 wheelers for 10 years RHYMES, Will (I7778)
     
    4159 Willard must have changed his name from Willett to Willard sometime after Jul 11, 1941 because Willett Chartier is shown on a passenger list for the S.S. Evangeline which arrived in New York Harbor from Port of Spain, Trinidad on 11 Jul 1941. In this record he says he lived at 362 East 164th St. in New York City. The name is Willard Chartier in the SSDI. CHARTIER, Willard (I15)
     
    4160 WILLIAM CARTER: Electrical Engineer (University of Minnesota, 1935). His first job was with Control Corporation, a company which made and sold electrical control equipment. In 1937 he joined Electric Machine Manufacturing Company as an engineer for the Experimental Department. In 1941 he became Director of the Research and Development Department. The company received a number of patents for R.J.S. Carter Company, professional industrial engineers, and manufacturers representatives for milling machinery and mill specialties. Like his father, he had a special interest in developing new equipment for milling and processing and holds several patents. His father retired in 1953, and Bill continued with the business until July 1980 when he sold it to Ethelmaes nephew, Robert Kunze, and "retired" .For many years his hobby has been making movies with synchronized sound, the system for which he developed himself. He also collaborated with his father in applying synchronized sound to his father’s films.

    ETHELMAE EYLAR: Graduated from Medical Tecnology in 1934 at the University of Minnesota. She worked at Lutheran Hospital, Bemidji, Minn., 1934-35 and at Minneapolis General Hospital until 1939. She became the genealogist of the Chartier-Carter Family, which resulted in the book “OUR FAMILY HISTORY" -1958, Library of Congress No. 58-7620 (Burgess Publishing Co.). She has published several other books on her families. All of her books are nicely put together, and she has been commended by the Genealogical Library in Salt Lake City for their high degree of accuracy. 
    CARTER, William Rupert (I11315)
     
    4161 William Chartier was a widower when he died CHARTIER, Alexandre (William) (I10117)
     
    4162 William died of fracture of neck, when he came into contact with the top of a gate. His death certificate said he was married and was a driver of an auto truck.  SHARKEY, William (I19817)
     
    4163 William Edmond Chartier was raised in the Wamesit area of Tewksbury and attended Tewksbury schools. In 1953, he enlisted in the U.S. Army and served during the Korean War with the 61st Infantry Battalion. He was awarded the National Defense Service Medal and the Good Conduct Medal for his military service. Prior to his retirement, he was employed as a heavy equipment operator by the J.E. Farmer Construction Company of Billerica, where he worked for 15 years. He resided in Limestone ME until moving to Windsor NH in 2001. He enjoyed fishing, playing his guitar and country music. CHARTIER, William Edmond (I22055)
     
    4164 William Pratt remarried in 1929 to Alice BUCK and had 4 additional children with her. Family F17909
     
    4165 William was a TEC 3 U.S. Army WWII  CHARTIER, William Alfred (I15917)
     
    4166 William was a veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard COLBY, William (I7759)
     
    4167 William was a widower when the 1900 census was taken. He and his son, Henry were living in North Adams, Mass. William was a broommaker when he married Eliza. He was a widower when the 1900 census was taken. He and his son, Henry were living on Center St.William was a peddler, laborer. When the 1920 census William was still a widower, and he was a boarder in the home of Lillian Foley at 67 Holden St. in North Adams. He was a junk peddler. When Henry Benack registered for the WWI draft he said he was living at 7 Holden in N. Adams, Mass and that he was a laborer.  BENACK, William (Willie) (I21614)
     
    4168 William was adopted. Never married. According to the Vermont birth records, William’s parents were William Printy an Lillian Thomas. This was an amended record dated 29 Nov 1951  CARTER, William G. (I13429)
     
    4169 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Marie-Ida-Anna (I10042)
     
    4170 William worked for several businesses in his lifetime, first at Attleboro Preint and Embossing, Henry Lewis Co., Auguat Inc., Leach and Garner and Stern Leach, retiring from Stern Leach in 1995. He was a member of the University Seventh Day Adventist Church in Orlando, Florida having moved to Florida in 1995. Besides his children he was also survived by 8 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren.  CHARTIER, William H. (I14752)
     
    4171 William’s death certificate says he was a shoe maker  CHARTIER, William (I20274)
     
    4172 Wilrose was single and living in Marlborough when he registered for the WWI draft.Wilrose was a shoe worker in Marlborough when he married Katherine. When the 1910 census was taken, Wilrose was living with his grandparents, Joseph and Arzelie Chartier on Broad St. in Marlboro, Mass. When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living at 128 Water St. in Beverly, Massachusetts. Wilrose was a finisher in a shoe factory. Also in the household was Wilrose’s father, Felix Carter who was a laborer on a farm. Also in the household was Josephine Sanders, age 18 who is listed as a sister-in-law. She was a waitress in a restaurant. When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living at 15 Lothrop St. in Beverly (Essex), Massachusetts. Also in the household was Felix Carter, father of Wilrose. Both Felix and Wilrose were WPA laborers; Wilrose on water pipe and Felix on sewer construction. Wilrose E. was a CCC laborer, road construction.  CARTER, Wilrose Joseph (Willis) (I1956)
     
    4173 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. WOOD, Gladys Mae (I5164)
     
    4174 With her radiant smile, Roxanne embraced life and its challenges head on. She was athletic, energetic, feisty, fun-loving and a great ball player. Her face always spoke a thousand words, with an expression for every emotion. She was a prankster but, at the same time, a loving friend who was always ready to lend a helping hand. Her love of clothing, jewellery and especially hair colour were her trademarks. She was so trendy that no one ever knew what Roxanne would be wearing or what hue of hair colour to expect to see her wearing. Roxanne adored children! Because of her nurturing and warm-hearted nature, she babysat from the age of 12 to 18 and was known as the queen of babysitters. Children and animals always had a way of making her heart melt. From her first Christmas wish list, all she wanted was a real dog. At the age of 19, her wish was finally granted and she named her pug dog Gilbert. From the day Roxanne was born, she worshipped the ground her pepere St-Hilaire walked on. Many hours were spent on the farm enjoying lifes blessings in each others company. At the time of her passing, Roxanne was employed at the St. Boniface Research Centre.  CHARTIER, Roxanne (I16530)
     
    4175 Witnesses @ funeral: Camille Paquette/Adrien Chartier CHARTIER, Agnes (I20161)
     
    4176 Woodside, ID does not appear in any map directory. Luverne was living with his uncle Thomas Sharkey in Campbell County, Wyoming when the 1930 census was taken. He was a laborer. This family was living in Campbell, Wyoming when the 1940 census was taken. Vern was a ranch hand.  SHARKEY, Madison Luverne (I14344)
     
    4177 Worked as a farmer on Section 15 located about one mile east of St. Lazare. Was employed by the railroad as a section man and later as a foreman between St. Lazare, Uno and Treat. When the 1906 census was taken, this family is living in Subdistrict 07 of the Marquette District in Manitoba. The names are indexed as Leonard, Corean, and Letitia Chartier.  CHARTIER, Narcisse-Pascal-Napoleon-Lionel (I19391)
     
    4178 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Camille Joseph Ronald (I19433)
     
    4179 Worked for CNR in 1926 and built himself a house with the help of Peter Roy.
    His parents lived with him until he married Alma Blouin.
    Worked for CNR west as far as Edmonton and east to Rivers, spent the last 15
    years in St Lazare area. Retired from CNR in 1935.
    Was caretaker and icemaker at the skating rink for seven years; repaired bicycles.
     
    CHARTIER, Fortunat (Fort) Delphis (I19536)
     
    4180 Works for Georgia-Pacific CHARTIER, Tom (I9060)
     
    4181 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SHACKETT, Ronald Paul (I5285)
     
    4182 Wrote in August. No reply yet. SHACKETT, Adrian Henry (I5284)
     
    4183 Wrote JUNE 9/2. Address from IRENE TUOHY. Have letter from HYPOLITE CHOQUETTE of New Bedford, MA to SHACKETT, Walter Eugene (I5261)
     
    4184 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. TODRIFF, Roy Joseph (I4754)
     
    4185 WWI draft registration shows birthdate as 10/5/1880. Zephrine Chartier, though handicapped by the loss of a leg taught school in Ripley Township, Minnesota. From 1911-1920 he was Deputy Register of Deeds in Morrison County. When the 1910 census was taken, “Zepher” was a boarder in the home of Thomas F. McCreedy on Second St. in Little Falls, MN. When Zephir registered for the WWI draft, he and Octavie were living in Red Lake Falls (Red Lake), Minn. Zephir was the assistant county auditor for Red Lake. He said he was physically unqualified for the draft because his left leg was amputated at the hip joint. When the 1920 census was taken, Zephrine and Octavia were living in Red Lake Falls, MN where Zephirine was “Deputy Auditor” for the county. When the 1930 census was taken, Octavia and her two sons were living with her parents in Yakima, Washington. Zephrine and Octavia moved to Yakima Washington in 1920 to be near her parents and relatives on her side of the family. Zephirine owned a small grocery store in Yakima which was sold after he died. CHARTIER, Zephirine (Zeifer) A. (I8988)
     
    4186 WWI draft registration shows birthdate as 3/15/1875. When Joseph-Francis Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living in “Tower City” (Cass), North Dakota. Joseph-Francis was a farmer. When the 1915 North Dakota census was taken, this family was living in Hill (Cass), North Dakota.When the 1920 census was taken, this family was living in Hill Township (Cass), ND. Joseph was a farmer. CHARTIER, Joseph Louis (I8964)
     
    4187 year of death unknown CHARTIER, Florence-Henriette (I18946)
     
    4188 Years of birth and death are estimates, but in the correct decade. CHARTIER, Marvin Duane (I17977)
     
    4189 Zella and Edward were living at 17374 Roselawn in Detroit when the 1930 census was taken. Also in the household was Harrison Carter, Zella’s brother. Edward was an artist for a commercial newspaper. Harrison was a “service – radio store.”  CARTER, Zella (I12852)
     
    4190 Zephirin was a Boulanger (Baker). When the 1911 census was taken, this family was living in the village of Asbestos in Richmond & Wolfe County CHARTIER, Joseph-Zephirin (I12510)
     
    4191 Zephryene died very young. Daughter Marjorie were adopted by Zs brother Corless Lynn CHARTIER when less than 1 year old. CHARTIER, Zephryene May (I12267)
     
    4192 _______ CASSIDY, GRAY, OR JOHNSON? CHARTIER, Nora (I5919)
     

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