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    4051 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Loretto Town, Waucedah Township (Dickinson), Michigan where Joseph was employed as a laborer in an Iron Mine. CHARTIER, Joseph (I20580)
     
    4052 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Madawaska (Aroostook), Maine. John was a back tender in a paper mill. Also in the household was John’s brother, Alex Chartier who was a beater-man in a paper mill. CHARTIER, Jean-Baptiste Napoleon (I22093)
     
    4053 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Manistique (Schoolcraft), Michigan. George was a laborer, odd jobs. SHARKEY, George (I7773)
     
    4054 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Marysville (St-Clair), Michigan. Also in the household were a half-brother, Randy Dockette, age 15 and an uncle, Albert Lalonde, age 41 who was widowed. Alexander was a laborer on a steam railroad. CHARTIER, Alexander G. (I20322)
     
    4055 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Montagne Township (Franklin), Massachusetts. Wilfred was a filer in a tap & die shop. He said he immigrated to the U.S. in 1911 and Rose immigrated in 1921 which probably means Wilfrid went back to Quebec where he met Rose, and they moved to Montagne shortly after they were married. CHARTIER, Wilfrid (I18755)
     
    4056 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Munising (Alger), Michigan. Henry was a janitor in a public school. In 2006 Cecila was living at Tender Care Nursing Home in Munising, Michigan. When they lived in Christmas, they owned and operated the Island View Cabins, Santa’s Motel, and Standard gas station. Alice obtained a Master Gardener Certificate at the age o 87 which was one of her proudest accomplishments. When Alice died, she was survived by her son – Douglas (Julie) Ames of Renton, WA; grandchildren – Carol (Noshir) Havewala of Corning, NY, Don (Reba) Ames of Traverse City, Patricia (Colin) Haynes of Cornell, MI, Sherry (Jeff)Gravedoni of Appleton, WI, Larry (Louise) Ames of Munising, Rosemary Ames of Ortonville, MI, Kim (Bruce) Bailey of Charlotte, MI, Denise Ames of Edmonds, WA, Sandra (Greg) Fritzler of Brier, WA, and Toni Ames of Seattle, WA; thirteen great-grandchildren; twelve great-great-grandchildren; and numerous nieces and nephews throughout the United States. She was preceded in death by her husband, her parents, sons Harold and Cecil Ames, an infant son and an infant daughter, sisters - Margaret Cramer, Catherine Haynes, Eldora Parvi, and Una “Dolly” St. Martin. CHARTIER, Alice E. (Cecila) (I5922)
     
    4057 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Munising (Alger), Michigan. It appears that Sam was a driver of some kind of a vehicle. CHARTIER, Marguerite E. (I5920)
     
    4058 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Newfane (Niagara), NY. Ralph was a retail merchant, hardware LAKE, Lorena Isabel (I12916)
     
    4059 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Norway Township (Dickinson), Michigan where Arthur was employed as a miner in an Iron ore mine.  CHARTIER, Arthur (I20584)
     
    4060 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Norwich (New London), CT Joseph was a conductor on a trolley. Also in the household was Helene Chartier, sister of Melina. CHARTIER, Melina (I15924)
     
    4061 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Pawtucket (Providence), RI. Olivier worked in a cotton mill. In this census he said he immigrated to the U.S. in 1924 which must mean that Olivier and Odena moved to Quebec shortly after they were married. CHARTIER, Odena (I15177)
     
    4062 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Remington (Jasper), Indiana. “Loa E. Dowell” was a laborer, cream separator.  SHARKEY, Myrtle Elizabeth (I14549)
     
    4063 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Saint Johnsbury (Caledonia), Vermont. Clyde was a trucking for some company.  CARTER, Clyde R. (I14967)
     
    4064 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Sparks (Washoe), Nevada where Wilson was employed as locomotive fireman on a steam railroad CHARTIER, Wilson H. (I3854)
     
    4065 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Sprague, Connecticut. Harold worked in the washroom at a Worsted Mill. When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living on Woodchurch Hill Road in Canterbury (Windham), Connecticut. Harold was a spinner at a woolen mill; Gertrude was a housekeeper for a private family; and Harold was a farm laborer.  CHARTIER, Harold (I16069)
     
    4066 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Sprague. Joseph was a weaver in a woolen mill.  CHARTIER, Joseph (I16066)
     
    4067 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Swan Creek (Fulton), Ohio. Steven Chortie was a truck farmer CHORTIE, Stephen Romain (I8118)
     
    4068 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in the home of George H. and Ellen L. Leonard at 1383 Beaconsfield Ave. in Grosse Point Park (Wayne), Michigan. Hector P. was an assembly man in an auto factory. Hector and Bertha are listed as brother and sister in-laws of the Leonards.  CHARTIER, Hector Philias (I15300)
     
    4069 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in the home of John Thew’s parents in Peru (Clinton), New York. John was a laborer, state road.  CARTER, Bernice M. (I13524)
     
    4070 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in the home of Veda’ father, Pearl Hayes. “Rolla” Carter was a laborer in a lumbermill. When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living in Warren (Washington), Vermont. Rollie was a woodsman, logging.  CARTER, Rollie Philip (I13086)
     
    4071 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in the home of Wilfrid’s mother at 12 State Avenue in Jewett City. Florence was the only daughter in the household which probably means that Claire and Sandra died before 1930 CHARTIER, Wilfrid (I9506)
     
    4072 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Waterbury (New Haven), Connecticut. George Chartier was a roller in a brass mill. This family can be found in the city directories for Ansonia, Shelton, Seymore, Connecticut from 1934 to 1960.  CHARTIER, Joseph-Georges (I18376)
     
    4073 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in West Creek Township (Lake), Indiana. Robert was a farmer.  SHARKEY, Robert Chester (I13563)
     
    4074 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living on Barkley Avenue in Queens, New York. Lewis was a baker in a bakery. When the 1940 census was taken, Louise and Lewis Paul, Jr. were living in Sherburne (Rutland), Vermont. Louise is listed as a partner of Frances Woodworth who is the head of the family. Louise was a teacher of the blind for a Braille Project. It appears she is also a divorcee.  CARTER, Lewis Paul (I13105)
     
    4075 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living on Eden New Road in Charlton (Worcester), Massachusetts. Arthur was button finisher in a shoe shop. CHARTIER, Joseph Ovid Arthur (I3569)
     
    4076 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living on Henry St. in St-Clair. Cashie Shirkey was an oiler on a laker freighter. SHURKEY, Cashie (I7708)
     
    4077 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living on Main St. in New Baltimore, Mich. In the next household was Grace’s mother, Phebe and Grace’s sister, Bessie. Elmer was a store clerk in an auto factory and Grace was a public school teacher. Extensive biographies of both Elmer and Grace can be found in the book that Grace Skinner published in 1951 titled, “Skinner’s History Stories of New Baltimore, Volume 1 and 2”. CHORKEY-SHARKEY, Grace (I8738)
     
    4078 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living on South Cortez St. Prescott (Yavapai), Arizona. “Lester Shorkey” was a salesman in a clothing store. SHORKEY, John Leslie (I3408)
     
    4079 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living on Stony Hill Road in Springfield (Hampden), Mass. Lucien was a steamfitter in a celluloid factory. SHARKEY, Rose Emma (I3499)
     
    4080 When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living on Stony Hill Road in Wilbraham (Hampden), Massachusetts. In this census Emil said he immigrated in 1906. He was a laborer in a carpet mill. There were three daughters in the household, Irene, age 10, Natalie, age 7, and Bertha?, age 2/12. Bertha said her first marriage occurred when she was 15; therefore, Irene and Natalie must be daughters from that first marriage. All of the daughters say their father and mother were born in Poland; but it would make sense that the last daughter must be the child or Emile and Bertha. Emil E. and Bertha Chartier along with their son, Donald were living at 140 Fairlawn in Bristol, Connecticut in 1954. Emil was a woodworker for the EI Co. and Donald was aa aircraft worker in East Hartford. Emile’s death record said his marital status was “legally separated”. CHARTIER, Joseph-Emile-Etienne (I18764)
     
    4081 When the 1930 census was taken, this family were lodgers in the home of Charles and Clo Jobson. Edward was a salesman for a grocery story. When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living at 2241 Brighton in Kansas City, Missouri. Edward was a butcher in a meat company and Martha was a clerk in a dollar store. Also in the household was Martha’s 65 year old widowed mother.  CHARTIER, Edward Joseph Jr (I14051)
     
    4082 When the 1930 census was taken, this Joseph Benac family was living at 307 Summer St. in New Bedford, Mass. Joseph was a drug clerk, proprieter. When Joseph-Exare Benac registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 307 Summer St. in New Bedford, Massachusetts. He said he worked for Casa Mia at 44 Hathaway Rd. in North Dartmouth (Bristol), Massachusetts. BENAC, Joseph Exare (I21146)
     
    4083 When the 1930 census was taken, William Sharkey was a boarder in the home of Isaac and Mabel Arnold in Detroit (Wayne), Michigan. The name is indexed Sharkey, but is clearly spelled Shurkey. William was single and a policeman for the city. SHURKEY, William (Willie) Henry (I7707)
     
    4084 When the 1930 census was taken, “L. Edward Chartier” and his wife were living in Bridgeport Towship (Saginaw), Michigan. Edward was a machinist in an auto factory. CHARTIER, Louis-Edward (I6019)
     
    4085 When the 1940 census was taken, Albert and Pauline were living at 196 Warren Avenue in East Providence, RI. It looks like Albert was a carpenter and Pauline was a painter in a jewlry shop. CHARTIER, Albert William (I10919)
     
    4086 When the 1940 census was taken, Clovis and Beatrice were living at 127 Walnut St. in Nashua, NH. Clovis was a mechanic for a bottling company. A fourth child died at birth. CHARTIER, Victor Clovis (I16258)
     
    4087 When the 1940 census was taken, Ernest was a cook as a civilian for the U.S. Navy in Kittery (York), Maine CHARTIER, Ernest (I10946)
     
    4088 When the 1940 census was taken, Henry and Mary and an infant were living on Route 32 in Plattekill (Ulster), New York. Henry was a blacksmith helper for Walsh Construction Co.  CHARTIER, Henry F. (I17)
     
    4089 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. CHARTIER, James J. (I12584)
     
    4090 When the 1940 census was taken, John and Goldie were living in Noble Township (Noble), Oklahoma. John was farming. Also in the household was John L. Calvert, Goldie’s son by her earlier marriage to Lester Calvert. John was 16 years old; born in Colorado; and was a farm laborer. John and Goldie had no children. CHARTIER, John Washington (I11972)
     
    4091 When the 1940 census was taken, Norman and Donald were living in the home of their grandparents, Lester and Hattie Hawks on Connecticut Highway No. 6 in Hampton (Windham), Connecticut. It looks like Bertha had a second marriage in Jefferson County Alabama in January 1959. CHARTIER, Henri (I15634)
     
    4092 When the 1940 census was taken, Orville and Louella were living in Concordia. It looks like Orville was a service employee at a gas station. CHARTIER, Orville (I14222)
     
    4093 When the 1940 census was taken, Roland was a mess attendant as a civilian for the U.S. Navy in Kittery (York), Maine CHARTIER, Roland Emile (I10951)
     
    4094 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living at 115 A Emory St. in Attleboro, Mass. Leo was a machine tender for a paper company.  CHARTIER, Leo Gerard (I14758)
     
    4095 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living at 20 Minooka St. in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Louis was a salesman for a wholesale bakery.  CHARTIER, Louis Joseph (I16752)
     
    4096 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living at 2600 Lake Port Road in Omaha, Nebraska. Victor was a laborer in a meat packing company.  CHARTIER, Victor Roland (I14873)
     
    4097 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living at 2724 Benton Blvd. in Kansas City (Jackson), Missouri. Joseph did window displays for a retail store. Helen worked for a telephone company. For some reason Joseph, Jr. is not listed with his parents in this census. CHARTIER, Joseph Richard (I14055)
     
    4098 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living at 340 Windham Road in Windham (Windham), Connecticut. Wilfred was a barber with his own shop.  CHARTIER, Wilfred (I15914)
     
    4099 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living at 612 2nd St. in Concordia (Cloud), Kansas. Raymond was a laborer on a county project. Also in the household was Frances Chartier (divorcee), Margaret’s sister. CHARTIER, Margaret Marie (I14110)
     
    4100 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living in Buffalo Township (Cloud), Kansas. Louie was a laborer for a wholesale grocer. Louis Chartier moved from Concordia to Atchison in 1955 and then to Nortonville, Kansas in 1973. He retired from the Missouri Pacific Railroad on 16 Dec 1972. He was an honorary life member of the United Transportation Union. CHARTIER, Louis A. (I14167)
     

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