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HELP! flag male ancestor  Jean Baptiste Edmond  BENOIT

  (b. 13 September 1887 Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada   d. June 1968 Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada )  

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Jean Baptiste Edmond BENOIT was born 13 September 1887 in Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada

Jean Baptiste Edmond BENOIT was the child of Isaie BENOIT   and   Basilice COMEAU and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Firmin BENOIT and Marie Nathalie BASQUE (maternal)  Basile COMEAU and Appoline DUGUAY

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Jean Baptiste Edmond  married  Helene COMEAU 5 September 1911 in Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Helene COMEAU  was born January 15 1889 in Northumberland, New Brunswick, Canada.  Helene died August 17 1933 in Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila).  Helene was the child of Pierre COMEAU and Rebecca DRYSDELLE.

Jean Baptiste Edmond BENOIT died June 1968 in Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada .
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Jean Baptiste Edmond BENOIT married flag female ancestor Helene COMEAU-- Date: 5 September 1911 Place: Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada
Helene COMEAU was the child of Pierre COMEAU and Rebecca DRYSDELLE




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birth1887 Birth
13 September 1887
Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila)

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marriage1911 Marriage / Partner
Jean Baptiste Edmond BENOIT and Helene COMEAU 5 September 1911, Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila)

He was 23 years old.
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1933 Death of Spouse/Partner
Helene COMEAU died August 17 1933, Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila)
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death1968 Death
June 1968
Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila)

He died at the age of 80.
Added: 11/21/2017 2:51:40 PM - Updated: 10/14/2021 4:57:38 PM

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