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    301 Alice and her husband owned and operated Del’s Lunch for many years. She also worked at Derry Shoe. CHARTIER, Joseph Adelard Arsene (I15324)
     
    302 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SHORKEY, Charles Edward (I4879)
     
    303 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SHARKEY, Alice (I2648)
     
    304 All but the youngest became priests, with the oldest becoming Bishop of Keewatin Territory in 1910. CHARTIER, Emerence (I3732)
     
    305 All information on KATHLEENs branch from Gerry. Wrote GERALDINE WOOD DEMING 10/87. Reply 1/22/88 & 7/20. Lots of information. WOOD, Geraldine Kathleen (I5173)
     
    306 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Joseph-Bernard-Maurice (I18696)
     
    307 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Allen Dean (I14007)
     
    308 Alma and Harry were living in Fairbanks (Delta), Michigan when the 1930 census was taken. Also, in the household was a 16 year old daughter, Genevieve which would indicate that Harry had a previous marriage. However, Alma and Harry had no children  CHARTIER, Alma (I19753)
     
    309 Alphone and Joseph-Antoine are probably the same person CHARTIER, Alphonse (I12507)
     
    310 Alphone and Joseph-Antoine are probably the same person CHARTIER, Joseph-Antoine (I12508)
     
    311 Alphonse was a veteran of World War II serving in the United States Navy. He was a police officer in Phillipston for 44 years. He retired as the Chief of Police in 1986. He was very active with numerous town committees and activities. On Sept. 25, 1987, he received an Official Citation from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts from the Office of the Worcester County Commissioners and Resolutions from the Massachusetts State Senate in recognition of his outstanding service to the Town of Phillipston as Chief of Police for 29 years, Selectman for 6 years, Board of Health for 25 years, Planning Board for 15 years and Constable for 45 years. He was active with the Phillipston Boy Scouts and Cub Scout Pack Troop 39, for many years.
    He was a communicant of Holy Cross Church and a member of the Otter River Knights of Columbus. When Alphonse died, he left 2 children, 9 grandchildren, 27 great grandchildren and 5 great great grandchildren. Alphonse died at his home at 125 Baldwinville Road in Phillipston, Mass.
     
    CHARTIER, Alphonse W. (I18547)
     
    312 already deceased @ fathers death in 2010 CHARTIER, Matthew (I9403)
     
    313 already deceased when his mother died in 2000 FOLEY, Michael (I9268)
     
    314 already deceased when mother died in 2008 NOACK, James (I7795)
     
    315 also had daughter CHARTIER, Glenn (I19058)
     
    316 also has a daughter CHARTIER, Brian (I19056)
     
    317 alt birth: 10/13/1887. When the 1906 Canadian census was taken, this family was living in Strathcona, Alberta. On the same census page was the family of Emerile Chartier and Celine’s brothers, Herbert and Henry Sharkey and her sister, “Ageline Sharkey”. When the 1911 census was taken, the family was still living in Strathcona. CHARTIER-SHARKEY, Celine (I2678)
     
    318 Alt DOB: 14 Feb 1884  CARTER, Emma (I13400)
     
    319 Alt DOB: 6/13/1895 CHARTIER, Louis (I16290)
     
    320 Alt DOB: 6/13/1895 per WWI registration.
    When Eugene registered for the WWI draft in Regina on 11 Nov 1917, he was single and living at Isle A La Crosse, Sask. He was a fisherman. He said his next of kin was his father, Edmond Chartier at Isle A La Crosse P.O. via Big River Sask. Eugene could not sign his name; therefore he made an X as his mark. Gene Chartier resided on the Deep River channel between Buffalo Narrows and Ile-A-Crosse, as early as 1923. Gene and his family moved to Buffalo Narrows in 1937, so that his children could attend school. For many years, Gene had been a fisherman. After he moved to Buffalo Narrows, he opened a small store with a pool table. Shortly after World War II, he started mink ranching. 
    CHARTIER, Eugene (I16292)
     
    321 Alt DOB: Redford, NY 18 Aug 1898 CHARTIER, Veronica Healthy (I13201)
     
    322 alt DOB: New York 22 Oct 1825 (per her death certificate). In the 1860 census there is an Elizabeth Goyett, age 36, born in Canada, living in the home of “M.P. and Mary Christian in Ward 6 in Detroit. M.P. Christian was born in Pennsylvania and Mary Christian , age 42 was bron in Canada. When the 1900 census was taken, Elizabeth was living in the home of her niece, Frances Myers. Frances’ husband Joseph V. Myers was a painter. When the 1910 census was taken, Elizabeth was living with her sister, Clemence in Hudson, Michigan Elizabeth had no no children per 1910 census, Hudson Township (Lenawee), Michigan . Elizabeth was a nurse. CHARTIER, Elisabeth (I22302)
     
    323 alt. birthdate: 4/15/1892 CHARTIER, Marie Angelina (I18571)
     
    324 Alt: d/bd LaDurantaye (St- Michel) (Bellechasse) 23 Oct 1822 (96y) CHARTIER, Marie-Catherine (I20920)
     
    325 Although the death certificate says Marie Margaret was born in Montana, family believes she was born in Canada, but registered in Montana. It appears that Frank and Margaret (Chartier) Harrington were teamsters who traveled back and forth between Fergus, Montana and Alberta. Therefore, even though all of their children except James were born in Alberta, they had their births registered in Montana. According to family legend, Frank was killed in a snow slide on his way back from Fergus to Alberta after registering Rosa Herington’s birth. When the 1930 census was taken, James and Emery Harrington were living on North 6th St.in Goldendale (Klickitat), Washington. James says he was born in Montana whereas Emery says he was born in Canada. Both say their father was born in Oklahoma and their mother was born in Montana. James was a laborer for a lumberyard and Emery was a laborer for a sawmill. CHARTIER, Marie Margaret (I6738)
     
    326 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. SHORKEY, Gail Irene (I5742)
     
    327 Always known to the family as George, although his birth certificate lists him as Charles. He was a member of the U.S. Coast Guard during World War II. Worked as a chef at the Leopold Hotel in Bellingham, Washington. Died in 2000 at the age of 91. CHARTIER, George (Charles) Anthony (I9059)
     
    328 Alzina’s father’s name is Victor in death record  CHARTIER, Marie-Arthemise-Alzina (I16211)
     
    329 Amand’s name when the 1810 Vermont census was taken for Vergennes (Addison) was written Ami Sharkey. The 1810 census began on Aug 6, 1810. In this census Ami is shown with a boy and a girl under 10 years old. Amand was a soldier in the War of 1812 for the U.S.A. He Volunteered to go to Plattsburgh, [NY] September, 1814, and was at the battle, serving 10 days in Capt. Gideon Spencers Company. Based upon the baptismal records, it appears that Amand decided to move his family back to Quebec sometime before 3 Jan 1816 when Etienne and Jean-Baptiste were baptized at Notre Dame du Rosaire in St-Hyacinthe. CHARTIER, Amand-Damien (I11178)
     
    330 Amedee was a clerk-merchant-grocer  CHARTIER, Thomas-Amedee (I19350)
     
    331 Amelia’s daughter from her first marriage. Did Charles adopt her? SHORKEY, Edith (I8809)
     
    332 amoung the earliest settlers of Florissant, MO CHARTIER-ROBERT, Helene (I76)
     
    333 Amy was probably adopted as she was born in Massachusetts and her parents were born in Scotland CHARTIER, Amy E. (I17362)
     
    334 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Warren John (I22909)
     
    335 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Darren Michael (I22910)
     
    336 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Calixte-Joseph-Marie-Louis (I17200)
     
    337 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Daniel (I6862)
     
    338 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. MCQUEEN, Paula Jeanne (I15630)
     
    339 an early Lawyer in Montr eal  HUBERT, Rene-Auguste (I16989)
     
    340 An employee of International Harvester for many years before he retired CHARTIER, Oliver Joseph (I4150)
     
    341 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Catherine (I17747)
     
    342 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, Joseph-Andre-Michel (I9445)
     
    343 Andrew served in Compay 1, 67th Regiment Ohio Valley Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. When the 1870 census was taken, the Andy Carter family was living in Wauseon (Fulton), Ohio. Andy was a carpenter. When the 1880 census was taken, this family was living in Dover (Fulton), Ohio. Andrew was a farmer/carpenter. When the 1900 census was taken, Elizabeth was a widow and living in the household of her son William G. Carter. In this census Elizabeth said she was the mother of 8 children with only 2 of them living. Henrot said she was the mother of no children. When the 1910 census was taken, Elizabeth was living in the household of her daughter’s family; Weldon & Cora Guilford in Dover. Elizabeth in this census says she is the mother of 3 children with 2 of them living. Cora says she is the mother of 2 children with both of them living. CARTER, Andrew (I12983)
     
    344 Andrew Wilfred Chartier retired from Mohawk Paper Mill in Cohoes, N.Y., where he had been employed as a cutter operator. When he died, he left the following grandchildren: Stephnie Beaudry, Steven Beaudry, Robert Chartier and Michael Cook. Madeline was employed as a waitress for many years. Her last job was with Friendlys Restaurant on Hoosick St. in Troy. CHARTIER, Andrew Wilfred (I13300)
     
    345 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. TUCKER, Andrew Patrick (I11900)
     
    346 Angela is Alices child by previous marriage, but was adopted by CHARLES SHORKEY at age 4 and has used the name SHORKEY virtually all her life. SHORKEY, Angela Dawn [Woodall] (I4880)
     
    347 Angela started school in September 1918 and was in the first grade until October 1918 when fire destroyed Cloquet. She then started school in West Duluth at St. James Catholic School and the family stayed there until the end of the school year. Her family moved back to Cloquet and in the fall of 1919, Angela started the second grade. After finishing grade school, she went to Cloquet High School, graduating in 1930. Angela attended St. Scholastica for a two-year business course and then began working in the office of MP&L and continued there until she married Gregory Micke in 1948, at which time her employment ended as ladies were not allowed to work at MP&L after they were married. In 1952, Gregory and Angela adopted their son, Dennis. Angela was very active in her church and in 1952 an adult choir was formed at Sacred Heart Church. Angela was the organist and Tuby Brissett from the Duluth Symphony was the choir master. The choir, consisting of 85 married men and women, sang High Mass and traveled to many places as guest performers for many churches. The Christmas Eve Midnight Mass with the choir singing was broadcast over a Duluth station for two years. After Tuby Brissett passed away in 1956 and the High Masses were discontinued, the choir disbanded. Angela was a member of the Lady Foresters, Daughters of Isabella and a member of Queen of Peace and its St. Francis Circle and was very active with the Adoration Chapel. In addition to her love of music, Angela was also known as a fabulous cook and baker. CHARTIER, Angela Elizabeth (I11748)
     
    348 Angela was a guidance counselor at the Kickemuit Middle School in Warren. She was a graduate of Providence College. She was an avid sports fan and tennis player
     
    DRAINVILLE, Angela K. (I15801)
     
    349 Annette and Henry were second cousins. Their children and subsequent generations can be found on the pages for Henry J. Sharkey. SHARKEY, Annette Marie (Nettie) (I13757)
     
    350 Annette and Henry were second cousins. When the 1900 census was taken, the Henry Sharkey family was living in Parish Grove Township (Benton), Indiana. Henry was a farmer. When the 1910 census was taken, this family was living in Berry Township (Grant), Oklahoma. Henry’s father, Frank Sharkey was also in the household; and both he and Henry were laborers, odd jobs. When the 1920 census was taken, Nettie Sharkey was a widow living in Pond Creek (Grant), Oklahoma. She headed up a family that included two sons, Oliver and Anthony, and her brother, Fred Sharkey and his three sons, Clarence, Clifford and Granville Sharkey. When the 1930 census was taken, Nettie headed up a family that consisted of her sons, Oliver J. and Anthony J. Sharkey in Pond Creek. Oliver was a teamster for a contractor and Anthony was a solicitor in a cleaning and pressing business.  CHARTIER-SHARKEY, Henry J. (I13856)
     

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