Date: September 13, 1945 Location: Massachusetts Paper: Springfield Republican
Name: Ruth Irene Cesan Marriage Year: 1945 Marriage Place: Agawam, Massachusetts, USA Volume Number: 1 Page Number: 352 Index Volume Number: 129 Reference Number: F63.M36 v.129
Ancestry.com. Massachusetts, Marriage Index, 1901-1955 and 1966-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2013. Original data: Department of Public Health, Registry of Vital Records and Statistics. Massachusetts Vital Records Index to Marriages [1916–1970]. Volumes 76–166, 192– 207. Facsimile edition. Boston, MA: New England Historic Genealogical Society, Boston, Massachusetts.
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United States Public Records Index Name: Harold D Boisseau Titles and Terms (Original): Also Known As: 2nd Also Known As Name: 3rd Also Known As Name: Residence Date: 01 Jul 2005-01 Jan 2009 Residence Place: Westfield, Massachusetts, United States Birth Date: 24 Mar 1923 Phone Number: (413) 562-2224 Phone Number...Read MORE...
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Death 9 February 2007 Westfield, Massachusetts, USA
Name: Harold D. Boisseau Date of Birth: Saturday March 24, 1923 Date of Death: Friday February 09, 2007 Est. Age at death: 83 years, 10 months, 16 days Last known residence: City: Westfield; Montgomery County: Hampden State: Massachusetts ZIP Code: 01085 Latitude: 42.1558 Longitude: -72.7734 Confirmation: Verified Social Security details: State of Issue: Massachusetts Number: 013-22-3803
Harold D. Boisseau: Newspaper Obituary and Death Notice
Sunday Republican (Springfield, MA) - February 11, 2007
Deceased Name: Harold D. Boisseau
1923 - 2007 WESTFIELD Harold D. "Pep" Boisseau, 83, of Westfield died Friday, February 9 , 2007 at Noble Hospital. He was born in Westfield on March 24th 1923, son of the late Joseph W. and Edith M. (Smart) Boisseau. Pep worked on the family dairy farm all of his life and established Dream Meadow Farm in 1998. He was Past President of the Westfield Fair Assoc., ran horse draws at many local Western Mass fairs and was a member of the Farm Bureau. He was a member of the National Guard during WWII, enjoyed working with his horses and was a truck driver and a logger. Pep leaves his wife of fifty-three years Pauline (Richardson) Boisseau of Westfield and his children, Joseph P. Boisseau and his wife Darlene, Alan W. Boisseau and his wife Shirley, Irene M. Wolfe and her husband Clifford and Mae Boisseau and her significant other Sean Sullivan all of Westfield. He also leaves three brothers, William W. Robert A. and Richard J. Boisseau all of Westfield and three sisters Edith Van Kirk of Vista, CA, Claire Clark and Phyllis Porter both of Westfield. Pep also leaves his grandchildren Pamela, Joseph, Justin, Michael, Philip and Troy Boisseau, Travis, Elijah and Gabriel Wolfe and two great grandchildren Hunter and Chase Boisseau. He was predeceased by a son Harold D. Boisseau Jr. in 1994 a granddaughter Brandie Boisseau in 2001 and a brother Gene R. Boisseau. The Funeral Service will be Wednesday, February 14th 2007 at 11am at Firtion-Adams Funeral Service, 76 Broad St. Westfield. Burial will be in the spring in Norwich Bridge Cemetery. Calling hours will be Tuesday from 5-8 pm. Donations in Harold Boisseau's memory may be made to the Wyben Union Chapel 678 Montgomery Rd. Westfield, MA 01085 or the Westfield Fair Assoc. c/o William Phelon, 28 Pinewood Lane, Westfield, MA 01085.
Norwich Bridge Cemetery Huntington Hampshire County Massachusetts, USA
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