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  (b. 25 October 1846 Sherbrooke, Lower Canada   d. 6 December 1924 Montréal, Québec, Canada )  

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Philomene CAYA was born 25 October 1846 in Sherbrooke, Lower Canada. Philomene CAYA was the child of Joseph CAYA   and   Elisabeth HOUDE (HOULE) LECLAIR and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Antoine-Salois CAYA and Marie-Thérèse CARTIER (maternal)  Alexis-Clair HOUDE and Marie-Angélique CHEVREFILS dite BELISLE

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She married  Joseph MARTEL 28 February 1870 in Stoneham, Massachusetts, USA .  Joseph MARTEL  was born abt. 1849

Philomene CAYA died 6 December 1924 in Montréal, Québec, Canada .
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Philomene CAYA married   Joseph MARTEL-- Date: 28 February 1870 Place: Stoneham, Massachusetts, USA
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Massachusetts, Marriages, 1841-1915
Name: Joseph Martel
Event Type: Marriage
Event Date: 28 Feb 1870
Event Place: Stoneham, Massachusetts
Gender: Male
Age: 21
Birth Year (Estimated): 1849
Father's Name: Jerry
Mother's Name: Mary
Spouse's Name: Philemon Caya
Spouse's Father's Name: Joseph
Spouse's Mother's Name: Elizabeth
Certificate Number: 482 GS Film number: 1433028 , Digital Folder Number: 4332358 , Image Number: 00953

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Philomene CAYA
Baptism
(CANADA) - Quebec Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967


Philomene CAYA
Death
(CANADA) - Quebec Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967
Birth
25 October 1846
Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada



Canada 1849 - The boundary of the 49th Parallel is extended to the Pacific Ocean. An Act of Amnesty provides for W.L. Mackenzie's return from exile in the U.S.


Canada Despite diversification of the rural economy, more than 80% of French Canadians were employed in farming in 1850.

Merrimacke, Hillsborough, New Hampshire (18 Sept 1850)

Joseph Caya, age 48, laborer, born in Canada
Elizabeth Caya, age 44, born in Canada
John Caya, age 12, born in Canada, attends school
Isaie Caya, age 6, born in Canada, attends school
Joseph Caya, age 2, born in New Hampshire
Eliza Caya, age 18, born in Canada
Hannah Caya, age 20, born in Canada
Mary Caya, age 16, born in Canada
Philomene Caya, age 4, born in Canada
1850 U.S. Census



Canada 1854 - The French seigneurial system of land tenancy is finally abolished in Canada East


Canada 1857 - Ottawa chosen by Queen Victoria as the capital of the united colony of Canada


Canada 1858 - The Halifax-Truro line begins rail service. Chinese immigrants from California arrive in British Columbia, attracted by the Fraser River Gold Rush.


Canada 1864 - Quebec Conference of 1864 held to discuss Canadian Confederation which will lead to the creation of the Dominion of Canada.


Canada 1865 - No Draft


Canada 1866 - The Fenians, a group of radical Irish-Americans organized in New York in 1859 to oppose British presence in Ireland, begin a series of raids on Canadian territory


Canada 1867 - 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. Sir John A. Macdonald becomes the first prime minister


Canada Canada blunders catastrophically in seeking to take over the west without the consent of its inhabitants, especially the Métis of Red River and their leader, the charismatic, troubled Louis Riel.


Canada The 1870s and 1880s are a time of trial for the young Dominion of Canada.


World History 1870 - France declares war on Prussia and Emperor Napoleon III is overthrown


World History 1870 - A cable dispatch on the 28th says the Pope has issued a special elimination against the Fenians, both in America and Ireland.


World History 1870 to 1871 - Franco-Prussian War, ending in French defeat, loss of Alsace-Lorraine and end of the Second Empire


Canada 1880-84 - The Canadian Pacific Railway recruits thousands of underpaid Chinese Labourers.


Canada 1885 - November 7 - Canadian Pacific railroad completed (Montreal to Vancouver)


World History 1886 - January 29 – Karl Benz patents the first successful gasoline-driven automobile, the Benz Patent Motorwagen (built in 1885).


Canada 1889 - The first Canadian troops sent overseas participate in the Boer War in South Africa (Oct. 30).


Canada 1890 - Free land for large families


World History 1893 - May 1 - World's Columbian Exposition


Canada Massive waves of immigration, a headlong economic boom with the growth of prairie agriculture and urban industry transform Canada between 1896 and 1915.


World History 1896 - Gold discovered in the Yukon's Klondike


World History 1901 - January 22 - Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom dies at age 81, after more than 63 years on the throne, and her son the Prince of Wales formally succeeds her as King Edward VII.


World History 1903 - Marconi sends and receives the first wireless transatlantic communication


Canada 1903 - Canada loses the Alaska boundary dispute when British tribunal representative Lord Alverstone sides with the U.S. (Oct. 20).


World History 1906 - April 7 – Mount Vesuvius erupts and devastates Naples.


World History 1912 - April 15 - Titanic sinks in the North Atlantic


World History 1914 - August 1 - World War I begins: Germany declares war on Russia and France and invades Belgium


Canada Canada's heavy military role in World War I (60,000 dead in a population of 8 million) transforms its society, its politics and its place in the world.


World History 1915 - May 7 – WWI: Sinking of the RMS Lusitania: British ocean liner RMS Lusitania is sunk by Imperial German Navy U-boat U-20 off the south-west coast of Ireland, killing 1,198 civilians en route from New York to Liverpool.


Canada 1917 - Income tax is introduced in Canada as a temporary wartime measure.


Canada 1917 - Canadian Government enforced conscription, rioting occurred


Canada 1917 - December 6 - Halifax Explosion: Two freighters collide in Halifax Harbour at Halifax, Nova Scotia and cause a huge explosion that kills at least 1,963 people, injures 9,000 and destroys part of the city


Canada 1918 - Women win the right to vote in Canadian federal elections. All provinces follow suit by 1922 except Quebec, which does not give women the right to vote in provincial elections until 1940.


World History 1918 - October 31 – The Hungarian government terminates the personal union with Austria, officially dissolving the Austro-Hungarian empire.


World History 1919 - June 28 - The Treaty of Versailles is signed, blaming Germany for World War I and creating a League of Nations


Canada 1920 - Canada joins the League of Nations at its inception.

1870 Marriage / Partner
Philomene CAYA and Joseph MARTEL 28 February 1870, Stoneham, Massachusetts, USA
Death
6 December 1924
Montréal, Québec, Canada


Philomene is buried at: Cimetiere Notre-Dame-des-Neiges
4601 Côte-des-Neiges Road

Montréal, Québec, Canada

http://www.cimetierenddn.org/
Défunt(e)
Caya Pilomene
Conjoint
Martel "d"
Réception du corps
06-12-1924
Cimetière
Notre-Dame-des-Neiges

Concession 1397
Section M

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