US Civil War Soldiers flag   Octave  BUSHEY

  (b. September 1846 Coopersville, Clinton, New York, USA   d. 17 February 1934 Vermont, USA )  

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Octave BUSHEY was born September 1846 in Coopersville, Clinton, New York, USA. Octave BUSHEY was the child of Abraham Amable BUSHEY and

Octave was a soldier in the U.S. Civil War.

He married  Marie Apolline THERIEN .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Marie Apolline THERIEN  was born abt. 1843 in Canada.  She died abt. 1893 in Vermont, USA. 

Octave BUSHEY died 17 February 1934 in Vermont, USA.
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Octave BUSHEY married immigrant - Canada to US   Marie Apolline THERIEN-- Place: 


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flag  Emma BUSHEY (b.6 March 1882, Burlington, Vermont, USA  d. abt. 1939, Burlington, Vermont, USA)
m. Francis Armand (Frank) PRATT 16 October 1899


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Birth
September 1846
Coopersville, Clinton, New York, USA

1882 Birth of Child
Emma BUSHEY was born 6 March 1882, Burlington, Vermont, USA
Death
17 February 1934
, Vermont, USA


Octave is buried at: Saint Francis Xavier Cemetery Winooski Chittenden County Vermont, USA

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