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    4101 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living in Framington (Middlesex), Massachussetts. Edward was a shipping clerk for a log factory. Ruth was a bookkeeper for a bank when the 1930 census was taken before she married Edward.  CHARTIER, Edward Bernard (I16614)
     
    4102 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living in Goldson (Lane), Oregon. Dale was an offbearer in a saw mill. CHARTIER, Dale Harland (I12238)
     
    4103 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living in Leavenworth, Kansas. Arthur was a guard at the U.S. Penetentiary. CHARTIER, Arthur Leander (I12352)
     
    4104 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living in Lincoln Township (Cloud), Kansas. Raymond was a farmer. Naomi was living at 502 S. Broadway in Havana, Illinois when she died. Besides her children, Naomi was survived by 5 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. She was a Pink Lady at Mason District Hospital for many years and was a member of the Hospital Auxiliary. She helped organize the Head Start Program in Havana. She was a member of the Havana Womens Club and the Havana Senior Citizens Association. CHARTIER, Raymond C. (I14205)
     
    4105 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living in Mendon (Rutland), Vermont. Lee was a truck driver hauling lumber.  CARTER, Lee Anthony (I13096)
     
    4106 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living in Nampa, Idaho. Leroy was a packer in a vegetable plant. -
    In 1971 Leroy was an order clerk for Boise Cascade, and Juanita was an aide at Fairview Hospital. They lived at 3213 Center St., NE in Salem, Oregon. Juanita Amelia Chartier may have had a second marriage to Lynn D. Blackburn in Reno, Nevada on 21 Sep 1989.
     
    CHARTIER, Leroy L. (I14122)
     
    4107 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living in Pittsford (Rutland), Vermont. Lema had no occupation. Lodging in the household was Edward McCarthy, age 30. He was a truck driver.  CARTER, Lema Frank (I13069)
     
    4108 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living on Back Depot Road in Coventry (Tolland), Connecticut. George was a mill hand at a thread mill.  CHARTIER, George (I15926)
     
    4109 When the 1940 census was taken, this family was living on highway 71 in Limon (Lincoln), Colorado. Marion was a truck driver, road construction. CHARTIER, Marion Emary (I12212)
     
    4110 When the 1940 census was taken, this family wsa living at 362 East 164th Street in New York (Bronx), New York. Charles was a blacksmith (associate constructor). Also in the household was Grace’s father, Adolph who was a dye cutter.  CHARTIER, Charles Henry Jr (I5)
     
    4111 When the 1940 census was taken, “Comile Chartier” was living at 592 Third Avenue in New York City. He was the superintendent of the house he was living in. The census record also says he is married; but there is no wife in his household CHARTIER, Camille (I9337)
     
    4112 When the Chartier volumes were being written in 1982 and 1983, the family of Leon Chartier was placed in the Unconnected Section. Because this family lived in Aylmer, it seemed at that time the family belonged in Section F of Volume II. From conversations between Val (Chartier) Smith and Dr. Jacques Chartier in May 2003, Dr. Chartier assured Val that Leon was a son of Michel Chartier and Esther Larose. CHARTIER, Leon (I10366)
     
    4113 When the Chartier volumes were published in 1982 and 1983, Jean Robert placed this family in Section D-9 of Volume III with reservations. Since that time new research shows that Theophile belongs to this section. Theophile and Angelina, obviously, returned to Quebec shortly after Emma was born as evidenced by the birth of their son, Ildege in Joliette. They probably lived in Quebec for about 4 or 5 years before they decided to move to Michigan. When the 1900 census was taken, this family is found in Lake Linden Village, Schoolcraft Twp (Houghton), Michigan. Theophile was a mason. When the 1930 census was taken, Angelina was living at 148 Charles St. in St. Paul, Minnesota. Also in her household was her daughter, Delia Worden and two grandchildren; Milton E. and Bonita M. Worden. Theophile is indexed as Joseph Chartier in Minnesota death certificate search. CHARTIER, Theophile (I16654)
     
    4114 When the children of Francois and Radegonde were baptized, Francois’ occupation was “journeyman-miller”. ROBERT, Noel (I1914)
     
    4115 When Thomas died, besides his two daughters, he was survived by his ex-wife Nancy and his partner and best friend; Cynthia Dankert. He graduated from Western High School. Tom was the former owner of T & N Repair on Midland Rd. and was a member and caretaker of Mid-Michigan Old Gas Tractor Association. CHARTIER, Thomas Lawrence (I3823)
     
    4116 When Ubald Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was a patient at Northhampton Hospital. He said his closest relative was Valmore Chartier at 207 Park St. in Holyoke, Mass CHARTIER, Ubalde (Eubald) Herman (I20834)
     
    4117 When Ulric registered for the WWI draft on June 5, 1917, he was single and living at 80 Bliss St. in Fall River. He was employed as a carpenter working for Otis Gifford at 161 N. Main St. in Fall River. CHARTIER, Hermenegilde-Ulrique (I11009)
     
    4118 When Valmore Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was single and living with his mother at 14 Riel St. in Cote St Paul, Montreal, Quebec. He was a clerk. CHARTIER, Joseph-Valmore-Adelard (I16819)
     
    4119 When Valmore registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 207 Park in Holyoke, Mass. He was a loom fixer for Farr Alpaca Co. in Holyoke. When the 1930 census was taken, Valmore and Amelia were living at 207 Park Street in Holyoke, Mass. Valmore was a Loom Fixer in a Woolen Mill. In this census Valmore said he immigrated to the U.S. in 1890. CHARTIER, Joseph-Albert-Valmore (I20851)
     
    4120 When Victor J. Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was single and living at 41 Maple in Chicopee. He worked for Westinghouse in Chicopee. When the 1930 census was taken, the family was living at 46 Maple St. in Chicopee. Victor was a proprietor of a general store. Also in the home was Victor’s mother, Malvina, his brother, Salvador, and a niece, Florence Chartier. CHARTIER, Joseph-Victor (I12565)
     
    4121 When Victor registered for the WWI draft, he and his wife were living at 18-1/2 NA in Norwich, Conn. Victor was a cotton mill operator at the Ponomah Mills in Taftville. When the 1920 census was taken, Victor and Anna were living on North A St. in Norwich. Victor said he immigrated in 1914 and Anna said she immigrated in 1909. Victor was a weaver in a cotton mill. When the 1930 census was taken, Victor and Anna were still living at 18-1/2 A St. in Norwich and Victor and Anna were both weavers for a cotton mill. They had no children when the 1920 and the 1930 censuses were taken. CHARTIER, Louis-Victor (Victorem) (I18828)
     
    4122 When Victor registered for the WWI draft, he was living in Bladen (Webster), Nebraska. He was a farmer working for himself near Bladen, Nebraska. When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Harmony Township (Webster), Nebraska. Victor was a farmer. CHARTIER, Victor (I12750)
     
    4123 When Victorien Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living in East Brooklyn (Windham), Connecticut.
    He was employed by Prudential Insurance Co. whose headquarters were in Newark, New Jersey. This family could not be found in the 1910 and 1920 censuses. When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living on South Street in Brooklyn (Windham), Connecticut. Victorien was an agent for an insurance company; Leo was an electrician, house wiring; Adrienne was a sewer for a curtain mill; and Julienne was a folder for a curtain mill.
     
    CHARTIER, Moise-Victorien (I15633)
     
    4124 When Victorien registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 236 Broad St. in Central Falls, RI. He was single and working for Lake Toledo Boat Co. on Seaview Ave. in Bridgeport, Conn.  CHARTIER, Antoine Victorien (I15508)
     
    4125 When Vintie Shorkey registered for the WWI draft, he was single and living in Perkins, Michigan. He was a farmer working for P.J. Dahlaten in Perkins.
    AKA: Ventre, Vinton or Ventie 
    SHORKEY, Vintie (I20058)
     
    4126 When Vital married Julia, the marriage record at St-Paul Church said he was a mechanic. When the 1870 census was taken, the “Vital Banac” family was living in Baldwinsville (Onondaga), NY. Vital worked in an axe factory. When the 1880 census was taken, the “Vital Benack” family was living in Pittstown (Rensselaer), NY. Vital worked in an axe factory. When the 1900 census, Julie was married to George Perreault. They have been married for 15 years. Her children, Merick, Ida and John Benac are listed as boarders. Also in the household as a boarder was Josephine Dufresne who was born in Quebec in Mar 1874. She is listed as single, but she probably is the fourth child, Josephine Benac. When the 1910 census was taken, Julia was a widower living alone in Charlton (Saratoga), NY. She was a cook on a canal boat.  BENAC, Vital (I21089)
     
    4127 When Volume III of the Chartier books was written in 1982/83, Jean Chartier Robert wrote that Clemence’s true surname was BOURG, a family coming from Acadia. On account of the pronunciation, it slipped to “BURKE”, which brought “DUBUC” probably with the surname “LALIBERTE” or “LAVITRE”. When the 1880 U.S. census was taken, Eusebe and Clemence were living in North Smithfield (Providence), Rhode Island. In this census the names are Zeb and Clemer Sharkey. The children’s names are Levi, age 24, Joseph, age 18, Medeane, age 17, Torrence, age 15, and Melina, age 14. When Stanislas died, his death record says his mother’s name was Clemence Levitre-Dubuc which validates Jean Robert’s original assumption. CHARTIER, Eusebe (I19036)
     
    4128 When Wallace Frederick Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living at RFD 4 in Mount Clemens, Michigan. He was single and farming with his brothers and sisters CHARTIER, Wallace Frederick (I8209)
     
    4129 When Walter Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living in Clyde (Cloud), Kansas with a wife. He was a farmer. CHARTIER, Walter J. (I18196)
     
    4130 When Walter Steven Shorkey registered for the WWI draft, he was living in Algonac (St Clair), Michigan. He had a wife and one child and was a drayman, farming, working for himself. When the 1910 census was taken, Walter and Jessie were living in Cottrellville, Michigan. Walter was a farm laborer on a home farm. When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living in Port Huron (St Clair), Michigan. Walter was a laborer, job work. CHARTIER, Walter Steven (I8906)
     
    4131 When Wilfred registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 4 Vigrant in Ware, Mass. He was a laborer in the C.A. Stevens Co. which was a woolen mill in Ware  CHARTIER, Joseph-Wilfred (I18736)
     
    4132 When Wilfred registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 76 Congress St. in Cohoes. He was working for his father, Fred Sarrault). When the 1920 census was taken, this family was living at 76 Congress St. in Cohoes (Albany), New York. Wilfred was a house carpenter. CHARTIER, Marie-Rose-Stella (I12555)
     
    4133 When Wilfred registered for the WWI draft, he was living in Oakland (Providence), RI. He was a weaver for Oakland Worsted Co. in Oakland. Wilfred never married. CHARTIER, Wilfred (I19046)
     
    4134 When Wilfrid registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 201 Ann St. in Sault-Ste-Marie, Michigan. He was a paint contractor working for himself. He also said he had a wife and three children and asked to be exempt because he was the sole support of a tubercular wife. When the 1920 census was taken, this family was living at 418 North Houghton St. in Manistique (Schoolcraft), Michigan. Wilfrid was a painter who owned his own shop. When the 1930 census was taken, “Wilfread Chantise” was a widower and he and his 4 sons were living at 416 12th Avenue in Green Bay (Brown), Wisconsin. Wilfread was a painter. This cenus is all screwed, not only the spelling of the surname is totally messed up, but this census has every member of the family being born in Wisconsin and also it has the parents of every member of the family being born in Wisconsin. CHARTIER, Wilfrid John (I4200)
     
    4135 When William Castongue registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 423 South 3rd Ave. in Kankakee. He was a laborer for the Kankakee Pine Muid? Company. When the 1920 census was taken, this family was living at 423 South 3rd Avenue in Kankakee. Also in the household were Mose and Angeline Sharkey, Zella’s parents. Both William and Mose worked in a milk plant, Mose as milk collector and William as milk ____? When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living at 296 Vanderuster St. in Kankakee. William “Costongue” was a vacuum runner? for a milk company. Russell was a cutter in an overall factory.  SHARKEY, Zella (I13772)
     
    4136 When William Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 15 Tilley in New London, Connecticut. He was a chaffeur for Brainerd and Armstrong in New London. CHARTIER, Joseph-Guillaume-Ludger (I17307)
     
    4137 When William Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 430 BarwmanAve. In Bridgeport (Fairfield), Connecticut. He was a filer for the Remington Arms Co. in Bridgeport. He said he was married, but William and his family can’t be found in any of the censuses. When he registered for the WWII draft, he and his wife were living on River Park Avenue in Williamsett (Hampden). He worked for Stevens Arms in Chicopee, Mass. When he 1940 census was taken, William and Delvina were living on Ogden St. in Chicopee, Mass. Also in he household was Delvina’s mother Sophronie Bellemarre, age 79; a widow born in Canada. There were no children in the household, William was a hand miller in a gun factory CHARTIER, Joseph-Olympe (William) (I9361)
     
    4138 When William Chartier was baptized in Bedford, the record says his mother’s name is Annie Carter. In his marriage record in Swanton, his mothers’s name is written Anna Gardner, and his age is 19y. When the 1880 census was taken, the “Moses Shirkey” family was living in Berlin (Washington), Vermont. Moses was a laborer.  SHORKEY, Cesarie-Moyse (Moses) (I20174)
     
    4139 When William Edward Burke registered for the WWI draft, he and Elizabeth were living at 509 S. Oak in Escanaba (Delta), Michigan. He was a longshoreman who worked for himself. They had no children in 1920 census . CHARTIER-MURRAY, Elizabeth (I7938)
     
    4140 When William G. Sharkey registered for WWI, he was single and a grocery clerk for Geo. Vernier in Fair Haven, Mich. which was also his home address. William could not be found in the 1910 or the 1920 censuses. When the 1930 census was taken, William Shorkey was living in Ira (St-Clair), Michigan. He was single and a laborer at a boat livery. CHARTIER, William Alexandre (I8801)
     
    4141 When William Joseph Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living in Hanover, Connecticut. He said he was married and working in the Airlie Mills in Hanover. When the 1920 census was taken, William and Lena were living in Sprague. William was a weaver in a woolen mill. When the 1930 census was taken, William was a widower boarding in the home of Leon and Mary Melanson. Leon was probably a relative of William’s mother. William and Leon were weavers in a cotton mill.
     
    CHARTIER, William Joseph (I16092)
     
    4142 When William Joseph Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living with his parents at 36 Parent Ave. in Windsor, Ontario. He was a toolmaker. 2 youngest children were adopted CHARTIER, Joseph Willy Dolphis (I6353)
     
    4143 When William Napolen Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living in Hanover (New London), CT. He was a spinner for the Airlie Mills, Inc. He could not sign his name.
    When the 1910 census was taken, the William Carter family was living in Sprague (New London), Connecticut. William was a laborer, odd jobs. Lillian said she was the mother of 7 children with 6 of them living. When the 1920 and 1930 censuses were taken, William Chartier was a widower. In both censues the family was living in Hanover Village where William worked in a woolen mill. When the 1920 census was taken, Joseph and Harold Chartier were also working in a woolen mill. When the 1930 census was taken, William was a widower and Raymond, Mary, Eugene, and Herman were working in a woolen mill. Also in the household was a grandson whose name was Richard J. Chartier. He was 2-9/12 years old. 
    CHARTIER, Louis Paul (William L.) (I16065)
     
    4144 When William Nicholas Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 48 Grove in Hudson (Middlesex), Mass. He was a paper box maker for C.J. Sawyer’s off of Main St. in Hudson. When the 1930 census was taken, this family was living at 51 Cherry St. in Hudson. William was an “all around paper box worker”.  CHARTIER, William Nicholas (I14296)
     
    4145 When William registered for the WWI draft, he was living in Au Gres, Michigan. He was a laborer for Eastern Michigan Power Co. in Oscoda Township (Iosco), Michigan. CHARTIER-SHIRKEY, William (I8399)
     
    4146 When William registered for the WWI draft, he was living in Fayette (Delta), Michigan. He was a farmer, farming for himself. He said he was married with two children. When the 1920 census was taken, this family was living in Fairbanks Township (Delta), Michigan. William was a farmer on a general farm. When the 1930 census was taken, this family was still living in Fairbanks Township and William still was farming. ROBERE, William (I4272)
     
    4147 When William registered for the WWI draft, he was single and living in Milton, PQ. He was an automobile mechanic. No descendants CHARTIER, William Clifford (I11223)
     
    4148 When William Roberts registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 14 Cataract St. in Cohoes. He was a lumberjack for the Sheever Co. in Bellote? (Saratoga), NY ROBERT, Joseph-William (I3241)
     
    4149 When William Shirkey registered for the WWI draft, he was living at 702 Huron in Schenectady, New York. He was a chauffeur for The Wallace Co. at 417 State St. in Schenectady.  SHIRKEY, William James Jr (I19174)
     
    4150 When William Thomas Chartier registered for the WWI draft, he was living in Dilworth (Clay), Minnesota. He was a laborer for H.H. Willert in Page (Cass), North Dakota. CHARTIER, Thomas-William Joseph (I9119)
     

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