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HELP! flag female ancestor  Basilice  COMEAU

  (b. 24 September 1857 Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada   d. 30 May 1947 Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada )  

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Basilice COMEAU was born 24 September 1857 in Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada

Basilice COMEAU was the child of Basile COMEAU   and   Appoline DUGUAY and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Athanase COMEAU and Marie Madeleine THIBODEAU (maternal)  François DUGUAY and Marie DOIRON

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Basilice  married  Isaie BENOIT 17 October 1882 in Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Isaie BENOIT  was born 31 August 1860 in Saumarez, New Brunswick, Canada.  Isaie died 22 April 1927 in Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila).  Isaie was the child of Firmin BENOIT and Marie Nathalie BASQUE.

Basilice COMEAU died 30 May 1947 in Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada .
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Basilice COMEAU married flag male ancestor Isaie BENOIT-- Date: 17 October 1882 Place: Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada
Isaie BENOIT was the child of Firmin BENOIT and Marie Nathalie BASQUE




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birth1857 Birth
24 September 1857
Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila)

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News1867 - Canada becomes a sovereign nation by an act of the British Parliament (the British North America Act). Ontario, Quebec, Nova Scotia, and New Brunswick are united as the Dominion of Canada.
Prime Minister of Canada1867 - July 1 - John A. Macdonald becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1873 - November 7 - Alexander Mackenzie becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1878 - October 17 - John A. Macdonald becomes Prime Minister of Canada
marriage1882 Marriage / Partner
Basilice COMEAU and Isaie BENOIT 17 October 1882, Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila)

She was 25 years old.
News1885 - November 7 - Canadian Pacific railroad completed (Montreal to Vancouver)
News1887 - June 23 – The Rocky Mountains Park Act becomes law in Canada, creating that nation's first national park, Banff National Park.

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1887 Birth of Child
Jean Baptiste Edmond BENOIT was born 13 September 1887, Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila)

Basilice was 29 years old.
Prime Minister of Canada1891 - June 16 - John Abbott becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1892 - December 5 - John Sparrow David Thompson becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1894 - December 21 - Mackenzie Bowell becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1896 - May 1 - Charles Tupper becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1896 - July 11 - Wilfrid Laurier becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Kings and Queens1901 - January 22 - Edward VII becomes King of England
Invention In 1906, Reginald Fessenden made the first AM radio broadcast on December 24th. This event marked a significant advancement in radio technology, paving the way for the modern broadcasting industry.
Kings and Queens1910 - May 6 - George V becomes King of England
marriage1911 Marriage of Child
Jean Baptiste Edmond BENOIT married 5 September 1911, Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila) to Helene COMEAU
Prime Minister of Canada1911 - October 10 - Robert Borden becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1920 - July 10 - Arthur Meighen becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1921 - December 29 - William Lyon Mackenzie King becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1926 - June 29 - Arthur Meighen becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Prime Minister of Canada1926 - September 25 - William Lyon Mackenzie King becomes Prime Minister of Canada
1927 Death of Spouse/Partner
Isaie BENOIT died 22 April 1927, Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila)
Prime Minister of Canada1930 - August 7 - R. B. Bennett becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Invention 1934 - The metal beverage can is invented (American Can Co., United States)
Prime Minister of Canada1935 - October 23 - William Lyon Mackenzie King becomes Prime Minister of Canada
Kings and Queens1936 - January 20 - Edward VIII becomes King of England
Kings and Queens1936 - December 11 - George VI becomes King of England
Invention 1940 - April - 1st electron microscope demonstrated (RCA), Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
Invention The microwave oven was invented accidentally in 1945 by Percy Spencer, a Raytheon engineer. While testing a magnetron, he noticed microwaves melted a candy bar in his pocket. Experimenting further, he discovered microwaves could cook food quickly. Raytheon patented the process, and by 1947, they built the first commercial microwave oven, called the 'Radarange.' Initially used in commercial settings, microwaves becomes affordable for home use by the 1960s and 1970s, revolutionizing cooking.
death1947 Death
30 May 1947
Tracadie, New Brunswick, Canada (Tracadie-Sheila)

She died at the age of 89.
Added: 11/21/2017 3:00:18 PM - Updated: 11/30/2022 1:11:42 PM

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