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From: "NetBoie" <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] St. Louis?
Date: Wed, 28 Mar 2007 11:59:47 -0400
I looked in "Vermont Place Names - Footprints of History", by Esther Munroe Swift and there is no St. Louis listed in the index which seems to have every name mentionned in the book.
Dave Constantine in Boston
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Can anyone tell me if there is a place in Vermont referred to as St. Louis?
Albert NASON was born in Quebec or Troy, Vermont. He is in the early U.S. census records (before 1880) in Vermont. He is in Potton/Mansonville, Quebec, in the 1881 Canadian census (listed as Albert MASON), and he is in New Hampshire in the 1900 U.S. census.
I have Albert NASON's death record from Mansonville, Quebec, Catholic church records, and it says he died in June 1904 in St. Louis, USA, and that he was a stone mason for the Mansonville cemetery. I doubt he died in St. Louis, Missouri--it just doesn't make sense. I have a photo of his grave stone which is in the Mansonville cemetery.
Any help truly appreciated!