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flag    Edwidge  GERARD

  (b. 3 August 1835 Saint-Césaire, Lower Canada   d. 14 September 1902 Frelighsburg, Missiquoi, Quebec, Canada )  

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Edwidge GERARD was born 3 August 1835 in Saint-Césaire, Lower Canada . Edwidge GERARD was the child of Amable GERARD   and   Emilie PHANEUF and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Louis GIRARD and Marguerite LOISELLE (maternal)  Pierre PHANEUF and Marie-Elisabeth BOURBEAU

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She married  Peter Hopkins LITNO (LETOURNEAU) 6 February 1854 in Palmer, Massachusetts, USA .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Peter Hopkins LITNO (LETOURNEAU)  was born 8 March 1836 in Addison, Vermont, USA.  He died 5 May 1912 in Swanton, Vermont, USA. 

Edwidge GERARD died 14 September 1902 in Frelighsburg, Missiquoi, Quebec, Canada.

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Edwidge GERARD married flag   Peter Hopkins LITNO (LETOURNEAU)-- Date: 6 February 1854 Place: Palmer, Massachusetts, USA


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Birth
3 August 1835
Saint-Césaire, Québec, Canada (St-Cesaire)

1854 Marriage / Partner
Edwidge GERARD and Peter Hopkins LITNO (LETOURNEAU) 6 February 1854, Palmer, Massachusetts, USA (Bondsville) (Three Rivers)
Death
14 September 1902
Frelighsburg, Missiquoi, Quebec, Canada


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