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Joseph Albert Chauvin
Name: Joseph Albert Chauvin Gender: Male Birth Date: abt 1905 Birth Place: No Oxford, Massachusetts Father: Hyacinth Chauvin Mother: Emma Michaud Death Date: 22 Oct 1946 Death Place: Nashua, New Hampshire, USA Age at Death: 41
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1940 Nashua, Hillsborough, New Hampshire Name: Albert Chauvin Titles & Terms: Event: Census Event Year: 1940 Event Place: Ward 3, Nashua, Nashua City, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, United States Gender: Male Age: 33 Marital Status: Single Race (Original): Race (Standardized): White Relationship to Head of Household...Read MORE...
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1946 Death Name: Joseph Albert Chauvin Gender: Male Burial Date: Burial Place: Death Date: 22 Oct 1946 Death Place: Nashua, Hillsborough, New Hampshire Age: 41 Birth Date: 1905 Birthplace: Occupation: Race: Marital Status: Spouse's Name: Father's Name: Hyacinth Chauvin Father's...Read MORE...
obituary can be found in Nashua Telegraph (Nashua, New Hampshire) > 1946 > October > 22
surviving family members include: mother, Mrs. Emma (Michaud) Chauvin of Nashua, NH; two brothers, Napoleon of Springfield, Mass., and Eude of Nashua, NH; five sisters, Mrs. Arthur Provost of Ware, Mass., Mrs. Emma Lambert of Hudson, NH, Mrs. Rose Boyer, Miss Adrienne Chauvin, and Mrs. Jeannette Nadeau of Nashua, NH
Saint Francis Xavier Catholic Cemetery Nashua Hillsborough County New Hampshire, USA
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