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Aimé-Joseph Saint-Amand m Octavie Trial, Waterville, ME 1899

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Re: Aimé-Joseph Saint-Amand m Octavie Trial, Waterville, ME 1899

Posted: 22 Nov 2007 8:52PM GMT
Classification: Query
I hope some you who posted in 2004 are still around.
Aime Joseph ST AMAND b 1 May 1873 in Ft Kent,Aroostock ME; d 13 Apr 1956 Winslow,Kennebec Co.,ME was the grandfather of my deceased wife Sylvia Geraldine ST AMAND (1934-2002). Her father, Romeo Philip ST AMAND (1 Nov 1902-9 Feb 1990) was one of the 15 children of Aime and Octavie TRIAL (11 Nov 1877-8 Dec 1964).
I have the ST AMAND line back to Jacques ST AMAND of the Province of St Sauver, St Malo, Bretagne, France.
The TRIAL surname runs back to Jas. TRIANE of Rome, Italy in the mid 1700's.
This data and many more sidelines are available from me in a Gedcom format for the asking. Sources were primarily from data gleaned in Salt Lake City some 16 yrs ago. Hard copy data and sources are in my paper files but the sources do not yet appear in the PAF. (done in my early days of geno work).
The only thing I ask for those requesting this data is that you share additions and corrections with me.
Sid Emmons, Historian,Town of Lyndon,Cattaraugus Co.,NY
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Gail Stephens 5 Jul 2000 7:24AM GMT 
Emiliette (St Amand) Ambrose 10 Sep 2000 8:02PM GMT 
Gail Stephens 13 Sep 2000 3:57AM GMT 
Emiliette(St Amand) Ambrose 24 Sep 2000 8:48PM GMT 
Gail Stephens 25 Sep 2000 9:57AM GMT 
Gail Stephens 30 Sep 2000 4:46AM GMT 
rstamand1 1 May 2002 2:26AM GMT 
BOX263 23 Nov 2007 3:52AM GMT 
DebbieStAmand... 28 Feb 2008 3:23PM GMT 
trialm152 17 Sep 2008 2:30AM GMT 
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