My husband's grandfather, Stanislas Wilbrod Darche, was separated from his wife, Rose Marguerite (Rosette) Tanguay-Darche in the early 1920's. Stanislas Wilbrod, who had served in the American Army as a Corporal during World War 1, even though he was a Canadian, lived in Boston after the separation, possibly with his sister Jeanne Angeline. He passed away, I believe, in the 1930's and would be buried in the New Cemetary (New Calvary?). An aunt claims that he remarried, although my father-in-law has always said he didn't. He had 5 brothers whom I have found no trace of,
Louis-Philippe-Auguste-Léopold, born in Ham-Sud, Québec, Nov 4 1888, J-Louis-Oscar-Yvon, born March 25 1892 in Ham-Sud, Lionel and Clovis.
Perhaps they also moved to Boston.
Any help would be much appreciated.