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  (b. 12 May 1832 Napierville, Lower Canada   d. 3 November 1903 Franklin Centre, Québec, Canada )  

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Rosalie (Rosie) TREMBLAY was born 12 May 1832 in Napierville, Lower Canada . Rosalie (Rosie) TREMBLAY was the child of Augustin TREMBLAY   and   Hypolite-Apolline BROUILLET and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Augustin TREMBLAY and Marie-Agathe DENIAU (DAIGNEAU) (maternal)  Jean-Baptiste BROUILLET (BROUET) dit LAJEUNESSE and Angélique LEBLANC

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Rosalie (Rosie)  married  Jean Baptiste BULTEAU 10 May 1875 in Franklin Centre, Québec, Canada .  Jean Baptiste BULTEAU  was born 6 May 1842 in Saint-Isidore, Laprairie, Québec, Canada.  Jean Baptiste died 3 November 1900 in Clinton, Clinton, New York, USA (Churubusco).  Jean Baptiste was the child of Pierre BULTEAU and Félicité POIRIER dite DESLOGES.

Rosalie (Rosie) TREMBLAY died 3 November 1903 in Franklin Centre, Québec, Canada .
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1832 Birth
12 May 1832
Napierville, Québec, Canada (Saint-Cyprien) (Saint-Édouard)

Franklin Centre, Québec, Canada (St-Antoine-Abbé) (Starnesborough)
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Franklin Centre, Québec, Canada (St-Antoine-Abbé) (Starnesborough)
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1875 Marriage / Partner
Rosalie (Rosie) TREMBLAY and Jean Baptiste BULTEAU 10 May 1875, Franklin Centre, Québec, Canada (St-Antoine-Abbé) (Starnesborough)

Napierville, Québec, Canada (Saint-Cyprien) (Saint-Édouard)
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1900 Death of Spouse/Partner
Jean Baptiste BULTEAU died 3 November 1900, Clinton, Clinton, New York, USA (Churubusco)
1903 Death
3 November 1903
Franklin Centre, Québec, Canada (St-Antoine-Abbé) (Starnesborough)
Added: 12/16/1999 12:00:00 AM - Updated: 4/7/2016 2:12:18 PM

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