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HELP!  female ancestor  Zoe  LUSSIER

  (b. abt. 1826   d. )  

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Zoe LUSSIER was born abt. 1826

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Zoe  married  Norbert BRUNELLE 9 November 1846 in Sainte-Rosalie, Lower Canada .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Norbert BRUNELLE  was born 11 April 1823 in Maskinongé, Québec, Canada (Saint-Joseph).  Norbert was the child of Francois-Xavier BRUNEL and Sophie SCHILLER.

daughter of Joseph Lussier and Marguerite Marette

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Zoe LUSSIER married flag male ancestor Norbert BRUNELLE-- Date: 9 November 1846  Place: Sainte-Rosalie, Lower Canada
Norbert BRUNELLE was the child of Francois-Xavier BRUNEL and Sophie SCHILLER




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Children of Norbert BRUNELLE and Zoe LUSSIER:

flag male ancestor Victor BRUNELLE (b.abt. 1864, , Québec Province, Canada   d. , )
m. Valerie COTE 29 April 1889



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Zoe LUSSIER and Norbert BRUNELLE 9 November 1846 , Sainte-Rosalie, Québec, Canada

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