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Stanislas Darche

Stanislas Darche

Posted: 30 Oct 2004 12:20PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 May 2005 11:22AM GMT
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.
Jacqueline Darche

Re: Stanislas Darche

Dave D'Arche (View posts)
Posted: 15 Jan 2005 4:27PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: D'Arche, Darche
Jacqueline,

Recently saw your posting on my D'Arche Genealogy website, http://home.pacbell.net/ddarche

I have a Stanislas in my Family Tree Maker. I do not know where I got the record and I do not see any source info. It looks like it was from a marriage index and I must have forgotten to record the source.

I have him marrying Aure-Emilie Duplin, in St-Hyppolite de Wotton, Estrie, Canada, on Oct 16, 1866. Not sure he is even connected with your Stanislas.

Feel free to email me at ddarche@pacbell and we can trade some notes!

Good Luck - Dave
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