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HELP! Grave has been located World War II Soldier flag male ancestor  Arthur  CHARBONNEAU

  (b. 01/30/1925 Lynn, Massachusetts, USA   d. 06/06/2002 Salem, Massachusetts, USA )  
Age: 77
Cause of Death: Lung Cancer

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Arthur CHARBONNEAU was born 01/30/1925 in Lynn, Massachusetts, USA. Arthur CHARBONNEAU was the child of Oscar Mose CHARBONNEAU   and   Elsie Mary GERARD and the grandchild of: (paternal)  William Philius CHARBONNEAU and Helen G ROY

Arthur was a soldier in World War II.

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

Arthur  married  Mary DESIMONE - CHARBONNEAU .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Mary DESIMONE - CHARBONNEAU  was born 07/25/1926 in Lynn, Massachusetts, USA.  Mary died 01/28/2005 in Peabody, Massachusetts, USA.  Mary was the child of Salvatore DESIMONE - CHARBONNEAU and Philomena (Filomena) LEGGIERI - DESIMONE.

Arthur CHARBONNEAU died 06/06/2002 in Salem, Massachusetts, USA.

Occupation: Retired Lineman at MA Electric.

Birth Certificate at Lynn City Hall.
Death Certificate at Salem City Hall.

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Arthur CHARBONNEAU married Grave has been locatedflag female ancestor Mary DESIMONE - CHARBONNEAU-- Place: 
Mary DESIMONE - CHARBONNEAU was the child of Salvatore DESIMONE - CHARBONNEAU and Philomena (Filomena) LEGGIERI - DESIMONE


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Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
Lynn and Nahant Roadway, The half-way Tree
postmarked 1906

Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
General Electric Works, Cor. Centre Street and Western Ave.
postmarked 1911

Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
Olympia Theatre

The Olympia was opened on January 25, 1908. It was a live theatre with films at first, and also was renowned locally for its Sunday afternoon concerts at which famous classical music artistes performed. A number of stars appeared there. Later, it featured movies only. It closed on October 7, 1952 and was then demolished to provide parking for Anthony’s Hawthorne Restaurant.

Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
Union Street

Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
"The Breakers" Lynn Shore Drive
1925 Birth
Lynn, Massachusetts, USA
2002 Death
Salem, Massachusetts, USA
Mr. Charbonneau was a Marine during WWII on Iwo Jima.
He enjoyed fishing, golf, and his home. He never had a prejudice bone in his body.

Arthur is buried at: St. Mary's Cemetery, Salem, MA
Added: 3/28/2015 6:33:39 PM - Updated: 6/5/2017 1:53:39 PM
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