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101 According to the obit in the Chicago, IL Tribune, dated 10 January 1967, Wilbur died January 9, 1967, cause of death unstated. It mentions he is the husband of Evelyn, his second wife, and that he had 14 hildren. His first wife's obit (Etta Grobe Spielman Dunham) states she had six children. At the time of his death he had 32 grandchildren. Services were held at John M. Pederson and Sons Chapel and Wilbur was buried in Mt. Olive Cemetery.

Information concerning Wilbrur Spielman's second family was obtained from his daughter (by first wife Etta) Marjorie Spielman Worton's obit, dated April 2, 2002 from the Dixon (IL) Telegraph Records. 
Spielman, Wilbur (I04486)
 
102 Ada Bunker divorced Albert Sauerwein and died destitute in Cleveland, OH, under the name of Ada Bunker, accordingto Sally Flegel Melle. Bunker, Ada A. (I03154)
 
103 Ada Pierson lived in Angola, IN. Pierson, Ada (I00205)
 
104 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LaVoy, Jacob (I01543)
 
105 Addison J. Roe was a famer in Temperance, MI. Roe, Addison J. (I02346)
 
106 Address: 821 3rd St.
Havre, MT

Phone: (406) 265-4994 
LaVoy, Lloyd Vollie Toussaint (I00384)
 
107 Adelaide was alive at the time of her father's death in 1871 and was 8 years old at the time. Her father's probate papers (File #1981) indicate that she died before 20 march 1877. Her baptism is recorded in St. Joseph's Baptism Reords, Erie, MI, Vol. III, p. 41. Her death is recorded as Adaline in Gendis, the Michigan Death Index and in Monroe County Death Records. LaVoy, Adelaide (I00699)
 
108 Adopted Souder, Chad Jeffrey (I08123)
 
109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Burmeister, David (I04503)
 
110 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Walton, Randa (I04580)
 
111 Adopted. Hawk, Nancy Jane (I07873)
 
112 Adopted. Rudy, David Edgar (I07876)
 
113 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Tombow, Jim A. (I08068)
 
114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Burt, Adrian Jr. (I01246)
 
115 Adrian Oscrow Miller and Nellie Tombow were involved in an unpleasant divorce according to Mrs. Hern. 5213 Gatewood Lane, Anaheim, CA 92809 (1991).



 
Miller, Adrian Oscrow (I08038)
 
116 Age at death 14 days; cause of death: not stated; (Monroe County Death Records, Vol. 3, 1889-1897, Monroe County Historical Museum.) LaVoy, Georgia (I09359)
 
117 Agnes LaVoy's birth year was taken from the 1870 1nd 1880 Federal Censuses for Monroe County (See her father's notes for exact refeences) According to her brother, Frederick LaVoy, she married Charlie Perkins. She died of consumption (tuberculosis). She had two children: a child of unknown name who died young and Geroge Perkins adopted out as George Orians. LaVoy, Agnes (I00178)
 
118 Agnes Willet died under the name of Stebel in 2002. She was divorced from Ed Shebel at the time of her death. Willette, Agnes I. (I07151)
 
119 Albert Delrue was a restaurant owner. Delrue, Albert (I01176)
 
120 Albert Dusseau never married. He lived at his older brother Emil's house on Erie St. and died there. Prior to that, Albert had lived in the Dusseau homestead on 220 Lasalle St. in Toledo, OH, with his brother Richard Duseeau and wife Allie May, until the birth of Richard Dusseau. Jr. He also lioved at 3619 N. Erie St, Toledo, OH.

He worked with his brother Emil at Burdan's Wholesale Grocers, according to Mrs. Lisle, his brother Richard's widow.

Mrs. Lisle also states that Albert fell in love with Burdan's housekeeper in about 1911. She remembers getting a letter from the housekeeper to have a private meeting to discuss Albert and marriag with him. The housekeeper was a strict Catholic, but albert was not and this became a bone of conrention between them and getting married. All came to naught, however, as she was killed getting off a streetcar on Summit St.

The exact date of his death was supplied by his niece, Norma Dusseau Gray. 
Dusseau, Albert (I00238)
 
121 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Albert Eugene Myrstal (I10785)
 
122 Albert Roberts was a farmer. Roberts, Albert (I01969)
 
123 Aldina LaPointe was single and lived with her parents. LaPointe, Aldina (I01946)
 
124 Aletta Reinhart lived in Norco, CA. Reinhart, Aletta (I04901)
 
125 Alexander Joseph Poulin (also spelled Poola, Poulah, Pulars, Pullen, Polon, Palmer) is a Civil War Veteran. He enlisted at Erie, MI in Company K of Division ? and mustered out June 26, 1965 in Nashville, TN. (Source: notes from his great-granddaughter, Gerru Polan Deckebach, taken from "Notes on Civil War Veterans of Monroe County" in the Toledo, OH, Library. Poulin, Alexander Joseph (I00664)
 
126 Alexander Turpin was fancing master. Turpin, Alexandre (I05502)
 
127 Alexis Daivnan dit Beauregard was a farmer at Chambly according to Fr. Christian Denissen, "Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region", Vol. 1, p. 74,

Marie-Louise Crete, born February 12, 1746, Quebec, the widow of Alexis Davignan dit Beuregard, remarried to Louis Bernard on 9 August 1767 at Chambly, Quebec Canada where this latter couple remained until at least 1771, but by 1773 were in the Assumption, Sandwich, Canada area across the Detroit River from Fort Detroit. No burial records were found for them at Monroe,MI, St. Antoine de la Riviere aux Raisin, in the book published by the Frenchtown Chapter of the French Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan: "Souls of Sr. Antoine's Cemetery of Frenchtown, Michigan and their Heroines" (2000). However, Basil Bernard dit Lajoie, the son of Louis Bernard dit Lajoie and Marie-Louise Crete, born in 1777 without a place listed for birth, was buried 4 November 1822 in St. Antoine de la Riviere Cemetery. Basil married Catherine Bissonet 11 February 1817 in Detroit. His half-brother Anthony Davignon dit Beauregard, b. 1762, place unknown,married 13 February 1792 in Detoroit. His son Antoine Davignon dit Beauregard was born 18 march 1793, in River Raisin, but baptised in Detroit. Considering her birth year of 1746, Maarie Louise Crete could have died in either Detroit or St. Antoine where her son is located as early as 1793 when his son Anthony, Jr. was born. While many Davignons and Bernards are buried at St. Antoine's no such records exist for Marie Louise Crete and her second husband Louis Bernard, making it likely they died before 1793 in Detroit. St.
Antoine de la Riviere aux Raisins was founded in 1788.
 
Davignon, Alexis (dit Beauregard) (I03885)
 
128 Alger Grant died at the age of nine years. Grant, Alger (I06952)
 
129 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Iott, Alice Anne (I06708)
 
130 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wristen, Alice May (I00511)
 
131 All of the following information about Octave Jarvis was obtained from a synopsis of his Civil War Pension Papers, made by A.J. Larabel, amateur genealogist, whose mather was Mary Esther Jarvis, daughter of Ralph James Jarvis, in a letter of August 16, 1965 to Patrick L. Tombeau.

At enlistment Octave stated his birth year was 1841, but pension application indcates the year was actually 1843. He enlisted at Detroit on November 25, 1861 for three years in Co B, the 15th Infantry which had 869 men. He mustered in on March 20, 1862 in Monroe and left Monroe on March 27. He arrived at Pittsburg Landing in time to fight on April 6-7, 1862, in the battle of Pittsburg Landing. Two officers and 31 soldiers killed. One officer and 63 men wounded.

On May 10-31, 1862, Octave took part in the Seige of Corinth, Ms, where 13 were killed, 32 wounded.

Octave also took part in the Seige of Vicksburg, then Bridgeport, AL, and then on to Scottsboro until February, 1864. He was promoted to corporal.

His companywas placed on furlough and Octave came back and he and 185 others re-enlisted May of 1864.

His company then went to Chattanooga, TN, and was attached to General Sherman's Army to take Atlanta, GA, in theMarch to the Sea. At Decatur, TN, there was a desperate engegement with the troops with the Confederate Gen. Hood's troops. Octave's regiment captured the Conferate flag and captured 176 Confederate soldiers. At Jonesboro another squirmish occurred and Gen. Hood evacuated Atlanta.

After taking a rest at at East Point for a rest, Octave and his company then marched to Cart Springs, AL, traveling on foot to cover 200 miles in 30 days.
Along the way they had numerous squirmishes.

The 15th then reattached itself to Gen. Sherman's army to continue the March to the Sea,

Octave was promoted to sergeant and at this point and suffered also an injury to his hand described later in his Pension papers.

In early Janaury, 1865, Octave and his company remained in camp at Savannah, GA. On January 14, 1865, they then embarked on transports to Beaufort, SC. On january 30, 1865 they marched through the Cartolinas reaching |Goldsboro, NC, March 14, 1865 and then on to Raleaigh, SC, and from there to Washington, D.C., where Octave and his company took part in the grand review of Sherman's victorious troops on May 13, 1865.

In June, 1865, he was sent to Louisville, KY,, then to Little Rock, AK. He was paid and officially departed from the Union Army on September 1, 1865, in Detroit, MI.

On February 15, 1886, Octave applied for a pension of the previously mentioned wound when on 28 July 1864 a bullet hit the stock of his gun, resulting in splinters in his right hand. He was hospitalized for this injury for one day. The wound occurred in the battle for Atlanta.

At the time of application for this pension, Octave listed his occupation as a sailor. The pension was granted.

His wife, Philomena Shinavarre died in 1867 and was buried in the South Rockwood Cemetery. At this juncture, Ocatve and his young family (his oldest Ezekel would have been 18 or so) moved to the Mt. Clemens area as He married Clarasa Moore of Mt. Clemens on July 9, 1889, within two years of his first wife's death. The marriage ceremony was performed by C. Ryckart, Catholic priest.

Clarasa was the daughter of Louis Tebo aand Arcaya Bartram and was born in Port Huron, MI. At the time of her marriage to Octave she was 62, stated to be white and her marriage to Octave was her third. Octave was only 46 at the time of this marriage. He states his birth place was Canada and that his father and mother were Joseph Jarvis and Sohia Lamure (for LaMarre).

Octave died on December 18, 1911, at the home of one of his daughters, Anna Sargent, who cared for him in his last hours and days. He died of TB of the galnds and was a carpenter by occupation at that time. His cemetery stone marker and funeral was paid for by the GAR.

His daughter, Anna Sargent, made application from his pension for the expenses of his last days which include 81.50 for care and nursing and $3.00 for doctor's fees.

A J Larabell in his letter of August 16, 1965, summmarizes Octave's war experience as follows: Octave Jarvis was in 26 battles or engagements, saw 51 of his company killed in action, 24 die of wounds, 182 die of disease, and 286 discharged as unfit for further service. Four of his fellow soldiers died as prisoners in Confederate prisons.

Octave is buried in South Rockwood, not Mt. Clemens.

There is a Bertha Jarvis in a Monroe County Cemetery who is the daughter of Octave and Frances Jarvis. She died in 1875. It is unknown whether this child is of our line of Jarvises. Frances could have been a mistake for Philomena, Octave's wife. She is not mentioned in Octave's pension papers, even though another child, Lulu May, who died in infancy is. Bertha could also be an alternate name for one of his other daughters.

The following was taken from "Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil WAr (1861-1865)" compiled by the Adjutant General's office in Lansing, MI.

Octavos Jarvis (Veteran), Detroit, enlisted Company B, Fifteenth Infantry, November 25, 1861 for three years at age 20, Mustered December 24, 1861. Re-enlisted January 1, 1864. Corporal, April 10, 1865. Sergeant May 14, 1865. Mustered out at Little Rock, AK, August 13, 1865." (Vol 15, pg 87.)

Octave was buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery in Monroe, MI.
 
Jarvis, Octave (I06914)
 
132 Allan Diver lived in Blissfield, MI, in 1979. Diver, Allan (I02254)
 
133 Allan Woolford live in Temperance, MI. Woolford, Alvin (I02504)
 
134 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Weber, Allen M. (I02762)
 
135 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Wohlgamuth, Allyn (I02506)
 
136 Also spell Wernament in Jack's obit. She lived at 611 Dorr St., Toledo, OH. Wernment, Gertrude M. (I01179)
 
137 Alternate spelling of Van Ornum is Ornelam Van Ornum, Gary (I07183)
 
138 Alton LaVoy, Jr., lived in Erie, MI. LaVoy, Alton (I01809)
 
139 Alvin J. Gaynier, Sr., lived in Lasalle Twp., MI. Gaynier, Alvin J. Sr. (I06548)
 
140 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LaVoy (Nagy), Alvin Lawrence (I00867)
 
141 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LaVoy (Nagy), Alvin Lawrence (I00867)
 
142 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Smith, Amanda Linn (I09237)
 
143 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LaVoy, Amber (I01003)
 
144 Ambroise Tremble came to Detrtoit with his family in the summer of 1750 and settled in the Grand Marais (Grosse Pointe), MI (Denissen)
 
Tremble, Ambroise (I03823)
 
145 Ameilia was an R.N. who was much traveled. Her obituary relates that her nursing career took er to San Francisco, Honolulu, Manilla, Winnemucca, NV, and Philadelphia. In later years she settled in Monroe, MI, and became a chiropodist. She received her R.N. from Harper Hospital where she died of appendicitis. She is buried in St. Joseph's Cemetery, Monroe, MI. She had been living with her brother-in-law, Monad LaPrad of Monroe. Services were at St. Mary's Church, Monroe. She never married. (Source: Monroe Record Commercial 28 Oct. 1915)

Her birthdate is confirmed by St. Joseph's, Erie, MI, Baptismal Records 
LaVoy, Amelia Eugenia (I02262)
 
146 Ametus LaVoy, born 13 August 1866 (St. Joseph's Baptism Records, III, p. 52) Her death is recorded in GENDIS, the Michigan Death Index on the internet, as 7 Apr 1867 and as 1868 in the publushed Monroe County Death Records. At the time of death she was 1 year 8 months making 1868 the more likely year of death. She died of "inflamation". Amay was her name at death. This suggests her name was probalby Aimee, or in English Amy as she is recorded as a female in her death record. LaVoy, Ametus or Amay or Amy (I00180)
 
147 An "Ada" Bunker married Sourwine and then divorced an married Mr. Lanevitch, accordin to Mrs. Lisle, widow of Rcihard Dusseau. However there is no Ada Bunker. Bunker, Alma (I03218)
 
148 An article in "L'Encyclopedia canadienne" within the "Encylopedia de la musique au Canada" by Gilles Potvin (2006 copywrite) indicates his name was Jean Baptiste du Buisson Poitiers. He was born in Amiens, France, in about 1645 before coming to the New World. He died in Montreal March 27, 1727. He lived originally in New England (1670-1698) before coming to Montreal, Canada. It would appear then that his marriage to Elizabeth Jossahd in 1672 took place in New England and that his daughter, Marie Catherine Poitiers, born in 1671, was born in New England and came to Canda at the same time as her parents in 1698. She then married Jean Tessier in 1703, dying in 1745 in LaPriarie (see her entry).

The name Jassahd may be a phonetic corruption of an English name.

Jean Baptiste was an organist and a merchant. According to records he appears to be the first regular organist of Notre Dame Church (Montreal)cfrom 1705 to at least 1718. In the beginning he had no salary and that is undoubtedly why in 1705 and 1707 the church-warden-treasurer remitted his amount for his pew (10 francs). In 1713 "M. Dubuisson, organist, was given a stipend of 100 francs per annum. He received occasional gratuities: 100 frnacs in 1715 and the same sum again in 1718 "for having played the organ for several years ". His successor ca 1721-34, Charles-Francois Coron, is not mentioned until 1723 at which time "Sr Coron, organist, was paid for 20 months of playing the organ ... 83 francs 15 sols in silver or 50 francs in merchandise.

Bibliography:

"Souvenirs artistiques de Notre Dame de Montreal", Canada Musical, 1 December 1880

LaPalice, Ovide-M: "Les organistes et maitres de musique a Notre Dame de Montreal", BRH, vo. 25, August 1919.



Poitiers du Buisson, Jean-Baptiste


Poitiers du Buisson, (Dubuisson), Jean-Baptiste. Organist, merchant, b diocese of Amiens, France, ca 1645, d Montreal 27 Mar 1727. He lived 1670-98 in New England before settling in Montreal, where he was active mainly in commerce. According to the records he appears to have been the first regular organist of Notre-Dame Church, from 1705 to at least 1718. In the beginning he received no salary and that undoubtedly is why in 1705 and 1707 the churchwarden-treasurer remitted the amount for his pew (10 francs). In 1713 'M. Dubuisson, organist, was given a stipend of 100 francs per annum.' He received occasional gratuities: 100 francs in 1715 and the same sum again in 1718 'for having played the organ for several years.' His successor ca 1721-34, Charles-François Coron, is not mentioned until 1723 at which time 'Sr Coron, organist, was paid for 20 months of playing the organ... 83 francs 15 sols in silver or 50 francs in merchandise.'

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Bibliography
'Souvenirs artistiques de Notre-Dame de Montréal,' Canada musical, 1 Dec 1880


 
Poitiers\Pothier, Jean-Baptiste (I06418)
 
149 Andre M. LaVoy lives at 14801 Compass St, #11, Corpus Christi, TX 78418-6209, as of 2010. He has a son whose name is Scot Brady, according to Andre's nepehw Leon LaVoy of Omer, MI.  LaVoy, Andre (I04018)
 
150 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. LaVoy, Andrea (I00991)
 

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