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Re: surname spelling change

Posted: 18 Apr 2011 6:14PM GMT
Classification: Census
Surnames: St.-AMAND, ACKERMANN, HOFFMAN
My wife's great-great-uncle was an Elmer St.-AMAND born in October 1881 in New York. His father was Henri Alexandre St.-AMAND, sometimes also known as Pierre or Peter, and his mother was Sarah Elizabeth ACKERMANN, married Dec 1, 1880 in Manhattan. I have no record of a twin named Henry. The father Henri was born in Quebec in 1850. You can find the family living in Paterson, NJ on the 1900 through 1930 Census, with the father cited as Peter A. St-AMAND.

The names of the parents of Henry Alexandre (Pierre/Peter) St.-AMAND are not very legible on the enclosed certificate of marriage to Sarah ACKERMANN, but might be Lucien and Arminia St.-AMAND. Her parents are James ACKERMANN and Elizabeth HOFFMAN. I have had little success tracing either family back further.
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rstamand1 1 May 2002 2:51AM GMT 
Helena 4 May 2002 11:45PM GMT 
Reynold St-Amand 5 May 2002 2:36PM GMT 
Helena 5 May 2002 6:38PM GMT 
Dom 7 May 2002 1:44PM GMT 
Helena 9 May 2002 10:28AM GMT 
Danielle Brennan 10 Jan 2001 7:22PM GMT 
Greg Santamoor 21 Apr 2001 6:58PM GMT 
traviskimmo 23 Sep 2008 10:16AM GMT 
Christopher M... 19 Apr 2011 12:14AM GMT 
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