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Michigan St.Andre

Posted: 22 Feb 2004 2:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 3 Nov 2004 1:38AM GMT
I am looking for information on Adelore St.Andre. He died in Ishpeming Michigan July 1985. Was married to Elizabeth Poirier who died July 1959 & remarried Cecilia Gaboury. He had 3 girls, Patricia, Ellen & Alice. Ellen is my mom.

Re: Michigan St.Andre

Posted: 29 Jul 2004 2:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 19 Nov 2004 4:00PM GMT
Lisa, I don't have any information on Adelore St. Andre, but I am hoping you can help me. I belive Adelore is my grandmother in-laws uncle. My information gives him a brother, Joseph, and 2 sisters, Bina(sp?) and Delma. I don't have any date or place information on anyone in this family. If you have any information I would appreciate hearing from you.

Re: Michigan St.Andre

Posted: 5 Aug 2004 11:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
I am just starting to research this family so I don't have much information. His parents were Joseph & Alice (LaJoie) St.Andre. His siblings were Joe, Maurice, Adele, Marie, my grandpa Adelore, Albina, Josephine & Eva. A sister Nora died in infancy. My grandparents are buried in Ishpeming, MI. I hope this is some help.

Re: Michigan St.Andre

Posted: 15 Aug 2004 11:32AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Sep 2005 9:04PM GMT
Surnames: St. Andre and Botquin
I am interested in any St. Andre (various spellings) and would like to correspond with you. My ancestor was Pierre dit St. Andre Botquin, born St. Pierre, Sauman, Anjou, France. He married
Marie Claude Bourgouin and they migrated to Canada. I know there were some St. Andre and Botquin soldiers and farmers in Fort Detroit with Champlain and that the were descendents of Pierre and Marie. If you have any information on these families, I would appreciate a reply. I would be ver happy to furnish you a copy of the family tree beginning with Pierre and up to my great-granchildren. I have a very good tree on CD and can send it.
Thanks for your time and hoping to hear from you, I am,
Lester

Re: Michigan St.Andre

Posted: 19 Nov 2004 4:22PM GMT
Classification: Query
Lester, the St. Andres are my husbands ancestors. Everything I can find(census) has his line coming from French Canada, and settling in upper Michigan. Do you have any information on this line? I would appreciate any info you might have. Thanks.

Re: Michigan St.Andre

Posted: 27 Nov 2004 1:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Sep 2005 9:04PM GMT
Surnames: St. Andre
Melanie,
Some of the St. Andre and Botquin (the original name) were at Fort Detroit as soldiers and as merchants and farmers.
We know there was a Charles St. Andre and a Joseph Botquin that went there from the Montreal area of Canada.
They were descendents of Pierre dit St. Andre Borquin.
Don' have any information after that as my data explores my direct ancestors after Pierre St. Andre III. Our clans are settled in Michigan, the New England states, Canada,
of course Louisiana, Utah, California and all points from
Canada. The name originated in France and in the 1600s, Pierre dit St. Andre was born. He married Marie Claude Borgouin and they migrated to Canada. They had a son named Pierre St. Andre Botquin and he in turned had a son named Pierre Botquin St. Andre. From there we have become very well established in the Louisiana area and in New England. As I said, also in Michigan.

Re: Michigan St.Andre

Posted: 22 Sep 2005 2:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Are you still looking for information about Adelore St. Andre? I've been researching the Lajoie side of my family tree and I do have Adelore who married an Elizabeth Poirier and later remarried Cecilia Gaboury in my research. I would like to share any info I have with you if you still need it.

Re: Michigan St.Andre

Lisa Helgren-Larson (View posts)
Posted: 29 Sep 2005 2:56AM GMT
Classification: Query
That is my Grandpa & Grandma. Please email me directly I'd really enjoy sharing information with you.

Re: Michigan St.Andre

Posted: 10 Oct 2005 2:58AM GMT
Classification: Query
Just got in here as my daughter Lisa is doing research for St.Andre/LaJoie Family.
Albina(Bena)St.Andre was my grandpa's sister, as was Delma. Reply if/when you read this

Re: Michigan St.Andre

Posted: 10 Oct 2005 1:58PM GMT
Classification: Query
Ellen, I am so glad you posted! Exina St. Andre is my husbands great grandmother. Grandma tell us her aunts and uncles were Bena, Delma, Wilford and Joseph. There could others that she can't remember. Exina was born in french-Canada, to Joseph St. Andre and Elise or Louise LaParche. I can't find any immigration information or locality info about where in Canada the St. Andres came from. I am not even sure if I have all of the brothers and sisters in this family. If you or your daughter have any info I would greatly appreciate if you would share it with me. Thanks, Melanie
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