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From: Stella Stanger <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] [QUEBEC] Yvonne LAMOTHE
Date: Sun, 08 Jun 2008 11:51:50 -0700
Hi, Have you obtained the Marriage Registration / Long Form
Certificate for your Grandfather and Yvonne Jarry [ nee LAMOTHE}?
This would show her date and place of Birth - Names of both parents -
including her mothers maiden name [ if this was required at the time]
The Marriage of Yvonne and her first husband ? JARRY - will show
place of birth - as well names of both sets of parents - including
mothers maiden names. [if required at the time]
Death Registration/ Long Form Death Certificate - should show date
and place of birth of Yvonne - as well names of parents -all will
depend on information known to informant.
St.Albans crossing records can be searched - at State Archive, Latter
Day Saints Family History centres.
Searching Online White Pages Directory MyTelus.com
finds over 300 LAMOTHE surnames in Canada. *Over 300 LAMOTHE in Quebec
*Over 300 in ONTARIO etc.
At 07:09 AM 08/06/2008, Betty wrote:
>For different circumstances, one of my grandfather's had 3 wives. With
>the first wife, they had "eloped" to Vermont as teens in 1917. They had a
>disappointing marriage, and 3 kids later they divorced in 1935. Within a
>year, both had remarried. The 2nd wife was a twice-divored Mrs. Hazel
>(SHAW) (McAVOUR) BEDELL when they married. She was from New Brunswick.
>She brought with her 4 children and an older son who was left in N.B. She
>died in 1949, and my grandfather remarried in 1952 to a widow, Mrs. Yvonne
>I'm pretty sure I've mentioned Yvonne and her husband on the List before,
>but probably not for a couple of years. They came down from the Prov. of
>Quebec, maybe at around Age 20, and married soon after near Springfield, MA.
>They had 4 or 5 children.
>I'm curious whether the name, Yvonne LAMOTHE, is a popular name in the
>Prov. of Quebec.
>There is an on-line Seller who had found an album of Yvonne LAMOTHE's -
>possibly from a NYC family ~1900. Unfortunately all the pictures of
>Yvonne from baby to teen years are being sold separately. There is French
>writing in the album, so I'm guessing the family came down to NY or NJ from
>the Prov. of Quebec.
>I'm pretty sure that my Yvonne (LAMOTHE) came directly to the Springfield,
>MA, USA, area, maybe around 1910. (I'd have to look at my old postings.)
>And, I don't know about her family in Quebec. So, I don't know if she had
>relatives who went to New York.
>Betty (near Lowell, MA, USA)
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