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Posted: 13 Sep 2009 1:42PM GMT
Classification: Query
I know that you said Euchariste or Charis. However, this is the only marriage record in Maine that could possibly be your couple. Note where Leda was from. Oftentimes, the names got messed up.The surname Dechauir does not appear in any LDS records.
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Bride Town/State: GRAND ISLE, ME
Groom Town/State: ST AGATHA, ME
Date of Marriage: Saturday May 10, 1902
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Possibly your Leda:
Name: Leda Beaulieu
Residence: Grand Isle town, Stockholm Plantation & T.17-R.3, Aroostook, Maine
Birthdate: Dec 1884
Birthplace: Maine
Relationship to head-of-household:
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Spouse's titles:
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Father's name:
Father's titles:
Father's birthplace: Canada F
Mother's name:
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Mother's birthplace: Maine
Race or color (expanded): White
Head-of-household name: Jean Beaulieu
Gender: Female
Marital status: Single
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Immigration year:
Enumeration district: 0023
Sheet number and letter: 8B
Household id: 120
Reference number: 83
GSU film number: 1240589
Image number: 00146
Collection: 1900 United States Census
She is listed as a servant in the home of Jean [Born May 1872] and Elise Beaulieu.
The couple was Jean Beaulieu and Elise Deschenes married 14 Jul 1898 Grand Isle.

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