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  (b. 28 June 1855 Michigan, USA   d. 7 January 1921 )  
Summary: Albert COUSINO was born 28 June 1855 in Michigan, USA. Albert COUSINO was the child of Gilbert COUSINO (COUSINEAU) and Lucy MORIN and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Alexis COUSINO (COUSINEAU) and Victoria RAOULT (REAU) (RAU)

He married  Matilda REAUME .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Matilda REAUME  was born 24 February 1866 in Berlin Twp, Monroe, Michigan, USA.  She died 14 February 1952 in Berlin Twp, Monroe, Michigan, USA.  She was the daughter of James REAUME and Jane LAGINESS (LAJEUNESSE).

Albert COUSINO died 7 January 1921

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Albert COUSINO married flag   Matilda REAUME-- Place: 
Matilda REAUME was the daughter of James REAUME and Jane LAGINESS (LAJEUNESSE)




Children:

   Chester COUSINO (b.10 March 1898,   d. 12 December 1975, )
m. Leona M GAYNIER 


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Birth
28 June 1855
, Michigan, USA


Albert is buried at: Saint Charles Cemetery Newport Monroe County Michigan, USA

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