Part 835pr – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1797 Marriage – 6-Times Great-Grandparents Michel Parisey and Rosalie Roussi – Paspébiac, Bonaventure, Québec, Canada

28 January 2013

Good Day,

My next find in my search and research of the genealogy and ancestry of the Parisé Family are two Marriage Registrations. They are the 1797 Parish and Civil Marriage Registrations for CK’s 6-times great-grandparents Michel Parisey and Rosalie Roussi.

According to the documents the marriage took place 12 October 1797 in Paspébiac in the County of Bonaventure, in Gaspé, Québec, Canada. It appears that gggggg-grandmother Rosalie (née Roussi) Parisey was from Paspébiac. And we now have the names of her parents, 7-times great-grandparents Pierre Léon Roussi and Anne, what I believe is, Chapados.


On the other hand we have another new discovery. It appears that according to the documentation that gggggg-grandfather Michel Parisey was from the south across Chaleur Bay, from Caraquet in New Brunswick. Coincidentally this is approximately 200 miles from where CK’s father was born in Oromocto. Amazing!

Also we are now introduced to gggggg-grandfather Michel’s parents, 7-times great-grandparents Michel Parisey and Marie Albert. Another branch discovered.

Here is the image of the Parish Registration. Due to the quality of the image I have not attempted to transcribe. The Civil Registration which follows is of better value and the penmanship of the Priest is great. From The Drouin Collection via Ancestry.ca, Image 11 of 37.


The following are the pages from the Civil Register, downloaded from The Droun Collection, via Ancestry.ca. Images 150 and 151 of 195.






My transcription –

1771
A
1811
ST. BONAVENTURE
CO. BONAVENTURE
P.Q.
REGISTRES
PHOTOGRAPHIES
AU
GREFFE
DE
NEW-CARLISLE

292

M. 5
Michel
Parisey
&
Rosalie
Roussi

Le douze octobre mil sept cent quatre-vingt
dix-sept, par nous prêtre missionnaire
ont été mis par les liens du mariage Michel
Parisey, fils majeur de Michel Parisey et de
Marie Albert de Caraquet, et Rosalie Roussi
fille majeure de Pierre Leon Roussi et d’Anne
Chapados de Paspébiac. Les parties ayant
obtenu de nous dispense de trois bans et ne
s’étant trouvé aucun empèchement nous leur
avons donné la benediction nuptial selon les
forms presents par notre Mère La Sainte
Eglise en Présence de Francois Gionet amis
de l’époux et Pierre Léon Roussi père Pierre
Léon Roussi frère de l’épouse les mis ont signé
avec nous, les autres ont declare ne le savoir
faire.

Francois Gionet

Delaraisne Ptre


My attempted translation –

1771
TO
1811
ST. BONAVENTURE
CO. BONAVENTURE
P.Q.
RECORDS
PHOTOGRAPHS
TO
REGISTRY
OF
NEW CARLISLE

292

5 M.
Michel
Parisey
&
Rosalie
Roussi

On October 12, one thousand seven hundred ninety-seven by us missionary priest, were joined by marriage Parisey Michel, adult son of Michel Parisey and Marie Albert of Caraquet and Roussi Rosalie, adult daughter of Pierre Leon Roussi and Anne Chapados, of Paspébiac. The parties having obtained dispensation of three banns by us, and having found no impediment we gave them the nuptial blessing according to present forms by The Holy Mother Church, in the Presence of Francois Gionet, friends of the bridegroom, and Pierre Léon Roussi, father, Pierre Léon Roussi, brother of the wife, and signed with us, others have stated that they did not know how.

Francois Gionet

Delaraisne Priest

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Part 834h – Brunhammer Doherty Genealogy – The Mystery of GG-Grandfather Audley Holmes – 1854 – And?

26 January 2013

Good Day,

My investigation into the death and murder trial of great-great-grandfather Audley Holmes has not been shelved. I have not been deterred by the closed doors or barricades at the end of each pathway that I have, thus far, conducted an inquiry.

This week I received a new response to the continued investigation from the Luzerne County Historical Society.

January 18, 2013

Thank you for your request for additional research on the death of Audley Holmes. We spent another hour in searching the Luzerne Union and the Pittston Gazette newspapers for any further articles on Mr. Holmes or Margaret Burk, the accused murderer, but were unable to find anything. We search the Pittston Gazette from July 1855 to February 1st, 1856 and the Luzerne Union from July 1855 to January 16th, 1856.

In the last article we found from January of 1855, it was noted that the case was remanded for trial at the next term of Court. The next term was April and enclosed is an article regarding the April term of court, but there is no mention of a case involving Holmes or Burk having been heard
.

Here is an image of the copy of the article April Term of Court from the 4 April 1855 edition of the Luzerne Union.



The following are six of my previous 2012 posts regarding the mystery of the death and murder of gg-grandfather Audley Holmes. Check them out. Bring yourself up-to-date. Can you shed some light?

Jul 15Part 733h – 1854 Death and Burial – Great-Great-Grandfather Audley Holmes – Murdered?

Jul 17Part 734h – 1854 Tamaqua, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania

Jul 25Part 739h – 1854 Wiles-Barre, Luzerne County, PA – Murder Investigation

Sep 21Part 770h – 1854 Cold Case Opened – Who Dunnit?

Sep 29Part 771h – 1854 – She Was The Cook!!!

Sep 30Part 772h – 1855 – The Plot Thickens

We have some more pokers in the fire regarding the investigation. Stay tuned. If you have any ideas, or if you stumble upon any family treasured papers please let me know.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 833p – Smith Groh Genealogy – Updated Parisé Descendant Chart - No. 7

22 January 2013

Good Day,

My genealogy and ancestry search and research continues. All-things-being-equal I will have to create a new and third Parisé Descendant Chart, or at least provide magnifying glasses with my work. My new update to my Parisé Descendant Chart now includes CK’s 6-times great-grandparents Michel and Rosalie (née Roussi) Parisey.

Here is the new updated Parisé Descendant Chart.


As you can note, the surname, from the current records that I have located is presented as Parisey. We now have seven forms of the surname listed – Pariza; Parizo; Parasaya; Parisaya; Parisé; Parisée; and Parisey. The name, the furthest back in time that I have found is both Parisé and Parisey. Pronunciation of these two is basically the same – Pah-ree-zay.

To continue in my search I have discovered data that may lead back to CK’s 9-times great-grandparents. I will reveal the details when I find a good source of information. If you have any details, information, data, ideas, or thoughts, please feel free to contact me.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 832p – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1798 Baptism – GGGGG-Grandfather Michel Barthélemi Parisey

21 January 2013

Good Day,

In my search and research of the genealogy of my family’s ancestry, at times I luck out and am able to discover more than one corroborating document. In this instance, I have discovered another 1798 Baptism Register entry for CK’s ggggg-grandfather Michel Barthélemi Parisey.  I am glad that there is more than one entry as I am able to compare the entries to assist in the determination of the actual details.

I have discovered two Baptism Registrations.  Both of the Registrations are from the Drouin Collection. According to Ancestry.ca there are approximately 25 million English and French records in the Collection. They include Vital Records; (baptism, marriage and burial), notarial, miscellaneous, and also a compilation of church records from Quebec, Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and various New England states.

The first Baptism Registration that I recorded, in Part 829p, is of a Register of Notre Dame de la Purifatin. In the Ancestry.ca database it is Image 12 of 37.


The second one, presented here is, I believe from the St. Bonaventure, Quebec, Civil Registration. The above and  following are the cover page and introduction of the Register.



My transcription -
Ouverture
Des
Registres
Pour
Cette Paroisse

My translation –

The Open Records For This Parish

The introduction page, my transcription –

1771
to
1811

ST BONAVENTURE
BONAVENTURE COUNTY

Photographs of Records in the Registry of New Carlisle

Deposited & filed in the
Office of the Prothonotary in &
for the County of Bonaventure,
in the District of Gaspé, of the Supe-
rior Court for the Province
of Quebec and Guardian of the
Archives of the said County
at New Carlisle, in the Count and
District of a resaid, this twenty
third day of June 1892

C. Y Inossire?
_____

The second Baptism Registration that I have located for ggggg-grandfather Michel Barthélemi Parisey is Image 152 of 195 of the Collection in the Ancestry.ca database. It appears that ggggg-grandfather Michel was baptized on the same day that he was born, 24 August 1798.





1771
À
1811

ST BONAVENTURE
BONAVENTURE COUNTY

CO. BONAVENTURE
P.Q.

REGISTRES
PHOTOGRAPHIES
AU
GREFFE
DE
NEW CARLISLE

B.10

Michel
Barthelemi
Parisey
née le 24 Aout

1798

Le vingt quatre Aoút mil Sept cent quatre
Vingt dix huit par nous prètre Missionnaire Soussigné
de la Baie des Chaleurs a été baptisé Michel
Barthelemi fils légitime de Michel Parisey habitant
de Paspebiac et de Roslie Roussy né ce matin à
Paspebiac. Le parain a été Louis Roussey et la
maraine Angelique Parisey qui ont declaré ne
savoir signer, aussi que le père.

Delavaisne Ptre Mi∫∫re

My translation –

1771
To
1811

ST BONAVENTURE
BONAVENTURE COUNTY

CO. BONAVENTURE
P.Q.

Photographs of Records in the Registry of New Carlisle


B.10

Michel
Bartholomew
Parisey
born August 24

1798

The twenty fourth day of August, one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight by us, Missionary priest undersigned, Baie des Chaleurs, was christened Michael Bartholomew, legitimate son of Michel Parisey, Paspebiac capita and Roslie Roussi, born this morning Paspebiac. The godfather was Louis Roussey and godmother Angelique Parisey who declared they could not sign, as the father.

Delavaisne? Priest Missionary
And the work continues to find CK's ancestors and grow his genealogy tree.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 831s – Smith Groh Genealogy – GGGG-Grandfather Lawrence St. Thomas – 1892 US Naturalization

18 January 2013

Good Day,

In the search and research of the genealogy and ancestry of the St. Thomas Family I have been looking for some information and documentation that will prove from where in Canada the St. Thomas’s originated. According to a number of US Federal Censuses CK’s gggg-grandparents Lawrence and Marie Louise (née Sauvé) St. Thomas and their eldest two children; ggg-grandmother Marie Louise (née St. Thomas) Parisé and ggg-granduncle Joseph Lawrence St. Thomas were all born in Canada… somewhere.


I have since found a record of the Index to Naturalization Petitions for U.S. District & Circuit Courts of Northern District of Illinois and Immigration and Naturalization Service District 9, 1840-1950 for gggg-grandfather Lawrence St. Thomas. The Date the Certificate was Issued indicated is 18 October 1892. All-things-being-equal gggg-grandfather Lawrence had been in the United States since around about 1881.

The Index record does state that he was born in Canada, but it does not narrow down to the location. All-things-being-equal gggg-grandmother Marie Louise, ggg-grandmother Marie Louise, and ggg-granduncle Joseph Lawrence all become American citizens at the same date.

From the National Archives - In innumerable cases under the 1855 law, an immigrant woman instantly became a U.S. citizen at the moment a judge's order naturalized her immigrant husband. If her husband naturalized prior to September 27, 1906, the woman may or may not be mentioned on the record which actually granted her citizenship. Her only proof of U.S. citizenship would be a combination of the marriage certificate and her husband's naturalization record. Prior to 1922, this provision applied to women regardless of their place of residence. Thus if a woman's husband left their home abroad to seek work in America, became a naturalized citizen, then sent for her to join him, that woman might enter the United States for the first time listed as a U.S. citizen.

It can be stated that this is the time that the St. Thomas Line became American citizens. I am still searching for the St. Thomas family and their Canadian origins.

If you have any ideas, comments, questions, or thoughts, please feel free to contact me.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 830ps - Smith Groh Genealogy - Update - Groh Descendant Charts

16 January 2013

Good Day,


Just a short note this morning to announce that I have updated and created two new Descendant Charts. The two descendant Charts are specific to the Parisé and St. Thomas Families. Both Descendant Charts are connected via the marriage of CK's ggg-grandparents Pierre Léandre (aka Leo) and Marie Louise (née St. Thomas) Parisé (aka Pariza).

You can access both, and all other Groh related Descendant Charts, by the pull-down menus under the Groh Header on every A Genealogy Hunt page.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 829p – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1798 Baptism – 5-Times Great-Grandfather Michel Barthélemie Parisey – Bonaventure, Quebec, Canada

15 January 2013

Good Day,

This morning I have traced some new documentation and data concerning the genealogy of the Pariza, aka Parisaya, aka Parisé Family Line. And now we are introduced to a new variation of the spelling of the surname – Parisey.


2011 Canadian Election Atlas of Bonaventure, Quebec

The document is of the Parish records of Notre Dame of the County of Bonaventure. It is the Baptism registration of CK’s ggggg-grandfather Michel Barthélemie Parisey. From my transcription I have determined that he was baptized 24 August 1798. His parents are 6-times great-grandparents Michel Parisey and Rosalie Roussi of Paspebiac.

Here are the images of the Baptism Registration as provided by The Drouin Collection and downloaded from Ancestry.ca.




My transcription –

1791
A
1811
PASPEBIAC
CTE BONAVENTURE
PAROISSE
N. DAME
REGISTRES
PHOTOGRAPHIQUES
A LA
PAROISSE

B.
Michel Barthé
lemie Parisey
_____

1798

Le vingt quatre aout, mille sept cent quatre vingt dix huit par nous
prêtre Missionnaire de la Baie des chaleurs, a été baptisé Michel
Barthélemie fils de Michel Parisey habite? en paspebiac et de Rosalie
Roussi, ne? ce? matin? à paspebiac Le parrain a été Louis Roussi et la
Marraine Angelique parisey qui ont declare ne savoir signer ainsi
que le père _____ un? real? change? bon? légitime.

Délarairne? Prêtre

And my attempt at translating –

1791
TO
1811
PASPEBIAC
BONAVENTURE COUNTY
N. DAME
PARISH
PHOTO
RECORDS
OF THE PARISH

B.
Michel Barthé
lemie Parisey

1798

On the twenty-four of August, one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight by us Missionary priest of the Chaleur Bay, was baptized Michel Barthelemie son of Michel Parisey who lives in Paspébiac and Rosalie Scorched, _____ of Paspebiac The godfather was Louis Roussi and the godmother Angelique Parisey who declared they could not sign as the father _____ _____ _____ legitimate.

Délarairne? priest

Note the names of the Godparents; Louis Roussi and Angelique Parisey.

As always, the search and research continues.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 828s – Smith Groh Genealogy – St Thomas Family – New Descendant Chart

13 January 2013

Good Day,

The organization of paths and sources of data and information of the St. Thomas Family continues. My research and search has now led me to possibly understand that CK’s gggg-grandparents Lawrence and Marie Louise St. Thomas, and their eldest two children, ggg-grandmother Marie Louise (née St. Thomas) Parisé and ggg-granduncle Joseph Lawrence St. Thomas emigrated in the early 1880s from Ontario in Canada to Wisconsin, USA. I am still searching for credible documentation that will provide me the details or at least some clues.

From the information that I have been able to gather to date, I have created a new St. Thomas Family Descendant Chart.


Please Note: All information on this Descendant Chart is based on current and available information. It may change as new and more correct data is discovered.

Key - The added letters and numbers to the right of a name in the Descendant Chart, for example, C-P85p, can be used to locate an image of some of the documents as they appears in A Genealogy Hunt - http://agenealogyhunt.blogspot.com/; B = Birth; C = Baptism/Christening; M = Marriage; D = Death or Burial; W = Will; I = Item of Interest; 823s = Part 823s. The small letter “s” represents a surname; in this example s = St. Thomas.

New and updated data may be entered in red. A red or blue and yellow symbol represents the actual blood line.

If you have any data or information, question, comment, or idea, please feel free to contact me.

Enjoy,

Jim

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Part 827s – Smith Groh Genealogy – St. Thomas Family – 1885 State Census – Wisconsin

10 January 2013

Good Day,

Well sometimes in the search and research of one’s ancestry and genealogy one may venture to make a logical decision. At this point in my research of the St. Thomas Family Line I can only look at and examine the facts that I have discovered. I have now discovered a page of the 1885 Wisconsin State Census which may or may not be accredited to gggg-grandfather Lawrence St. Thomas.

The page is the 6 June 1885 census of the Town of Gillett, in the County of Oconto, Wisconsin. The entry is for one Laurance St. Thomas. Accordingly there are five members living in the household: three males; and two females. The listing further indicates that four members of the St. Thomas family were born in British America and one in the United States. Is this the St. Thomas Family that I am researching?

Here are the facts:
  1. From a number of Censuses, found to date, specific to our St. Thomas Family, from 1895 through 1930 it is certain that the St. Thomas Family lived in Marinette, Wisconsin.
  2. GGGG-Grandfather’s name has been recorded as Lawrence and Laurence.
  3. GGGG-Grandparents Lawrence and Marie (aka Mary) Louise and their two eldest children; ggg-grandmother Marie Louise and ggg-granduncle Joseph were born somewhere in Canada.
  4. The eight remaining of the 10 children were all born in Wisconsin.
  5. GGG-Granduncle McGuire (aka Maguire) St. Thomas, the third child and second son, was the first St. Thomas born circa February 1883 in Wisconsin.
  6. GGG-Granduncle Dennis St. Thomas was born about October 1886 in Wisconsin.
  7. The total number of St. Thomas family members living as of 6 June 1885 was five; 3 males and 2 females.
  8. The total number of St. Thomas family members living as of 20 June 1895 was nine; 6 males and 3 females. (See Part 826s.)

Accordingly the Town of Gillett, Wisconsin is approximately 45 miles from the City of Marinette, Wisconsin. Today the distance by car would take about an hour. In about 1885 to 1895, it would take about 14/15 hours to walk the distance.

All-things-being-equal, at this point of my search and research I can logically hold that the 1885 Laurance St. Thomas of Gillett could and may be the 1895 Lawrence St. Thomas of Marinette. This decision can always change if I turn up and discover more and additional sources and documentation. I am not jumping to a certain conclusion… but I am definitely keeping my mind open.

Here is a copy of my highlighted image of the 1885 Wisconsin State Census, as downloaded from Family Search.org.


I have included my new and current Clooz 3.0 reporting – CUSWI000021.


And now to continue the search.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 826s – Smith Groh Genealogy – St. Thomas Family – 1895 State Census – Wisconsin

09 January 2013

Good Day,

As I mentioned I have stumbled upon a good succession of documents relating to the St. Thomas Family. Before I create my new St. Thomas Descendant Chart I thought that I would post and present the next document that I have managed to track down. This is the 1895 Wisconsin State Census Enumeration of the Inhabitants in the City of Marinette, in the County of Marinette, State of Wisconsin, on the 20th day of June, A.D. 1895.

This State Census only includes the Names of Head of Families, and in this case it is the name of gggg-grandfather Lawrence St. Thomas.

The rest of the information is simply numbers of categories of persons who may have been found at the same residence. In the case of the St. Thomas Family there are six males and 3 females. All-things-being-equal this nine individuals should be: gggg-grandparents Lawrence and Marie Louise; ggg-grandmother Mary Louise; ggg-grandaunt Anna; and ggg-granduncles Joseph, McGuire, Dennis, Francis, and Theodore.

The Census is statistical. Also indicated in the 1895 Census is each individual’s country of birth. The St. Thomas breakdown is: 4 born in British America and 5 born in the United States. British America must have been, at least, Canada. The above inserted 1893 Rand McNally map of British North America may be an aid in trying to discover from where the St. Thomases came.

Here is an image of the page as I have highlighted. The image of this page was downloaded from Family Search.org.


I have entered the information and data into my Clooz 3.0 database under the category of Census Substitutes. A template for State Censuses has not as yet been created. Here is my Clooz CUSWI000020 Report.


And now to continue my search and research.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 825s – Smith Groh Genealogy – St. Thomas Family – 1905 State Census – Wisconsin

08 January 2013

Good Day,

And now the documents and the sources of information begin to pour in. This is my search and research of the St. Thomas Family Line.

Today I have discovered the 1905 Wisconsin State Census. GGGG-Grandparents Lawrence and Mary Louise St. Thomas, and eight of their ten children are living at home. Sometime in 1904 ggg-grandmother Mary Louise had married ggg-grandfather Leo Pariza (with the couple of last name aliases). It appears that ggg-granduncle Joseph may have moved out or he wasn't at the residence the night of 1 June 1905 when the State Census was taken.

Here are the two pages I have downloaded from Wisconsin, State Census, 1895 and 1905 collection as provided online by Ancestry.com.



It appears that the 7-year old daughter, ggg-grandaunt Margaret St. Thomas, listed in the 1905 State Census may have also been the 2-year old daughter, Arvilla listed in the 1900 US Census. (See Part 823s.)

And my Clooz reporting, highlighting the St. Thomas Family - CUSWI000018 and CUSWI000019.




The search continues.  I chanced upon the newly updated Wisconsin Historical Society.  Check it out.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 824ps – Smith Groh Genealogy – Parisé Descendant Family – Update

07 January 2013

Good Day,

With the realization in the genealogy of CK’s ggg-grandmother Marie Louise Pariza’s maiden name was St. Thomas, see Part 823s, a new Family line is now open for search and research. I have updated my Parisé Descendant Chart.


I have added gggg-grandparents Lawrence (aka Laurence) and Marie (aka Marie) Louise St. Thomas. I will be creating a new St. Thomas Descendant Chart.

Stay tuned for my research and updates. If you have any information, data, ideas, thoughts, please feel free to contact me.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 823s – Smith Groh Genealogy – St. Thomas Family – 1900 US Census – Marinette, Wisconsin

06 January 2013

Good Day,

Genealogy is a search of a series of steps that should lead one to an actual goal. From the information I have been able to gather regarding CK’s ggg-grandmother Marie Louise Pariza’s maiden name, St. Thomas, I have been able to find, I believe her St. Thomas family. This data has been provided by the 1900 US Census of Marinette City, Marinette County, Wisconsin.

As of 18 June 1900, the St. Thomas Family lived at 1850 Wisconsin Street in Marinette City.


The St. Thomas family home included gggg-grandparents Lawrence and Mary Louise, their eldest daughter ggg-grandmother Mary (aka Marie) Louise, ggg-grandaunts Anne and Arvilla, and ggg-granduncles Joseph, McGuire, Dennis, Francis, Theodore, and Amos.

The following are copies of the two pages of the 1900 US Census. I have downloaded copies from Ancestry.com.



I have included my Clooz 3.0 Reports; CUSWI000013 and CUSWI000014 with the extracted St. Thomas information.



As the first four members, including gggg-grandparents Lawrence and Mary Louise, ggg-grandmother Mary Louise, and ggg-granduncle Joseph are all listed as being born in Canada, somewhere, I’m sure I will be busy with the search and research. It is enumerated on the 1900 US Census that the St. Thomas Family had immigrated to the United States in 1881.

My next detail is to create a new St. Thomas Family Descendant Chart. Stay-tuned.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 822ps – Smith Groh Genealogy – GGG-Grandmother Marie Louise Pariza’s Maiden Name is St. Thomas – Marinette, Wisconsin

04 January 2013

Good Day,

Happy New Year and my genealogy hunt continues. This is the beginning of my 10th year into the realm of the continued exploration of me and my families’ reconstruction of our ancestry. This past December recorded the highest number, just shy of 2,000 Visits in one month to A Genealogy Hunt.

In my search and research of the genealogy Pariza aka Parisaya aka Parisé Family Line, my most recent pursuit is the ancestry of CK’s ggg-grandmother Marie Louise (née St. Thomas) Pariza. GGG—Grandmother Marie Louise was married to ggg-grandfather Leo (aka Leo) Pariza.

According to the 1910 US Census, the Pariza Family; including ggg-grandparents Leo and Mary, and their sons; gg-grandfather Joseph W. and gg-granduncle Harold L. lived in Marinette, Wisconsin. The 1910 Census indicates that ggg-grandparents Leo and Mary had been married, as of the 29th and 30th of April, for six years. This means that they could have been married in 1904.



From both Family Search.org 1 and Ancestry.com 2 I have been able to discover the indexed record of gg-grandfather Willard Joseph’s birth date – 4 March 1905. The information was obtained from the Family History Library microfilm FHL [1305091] – Marinette County Registration of Births, Volumes 4-5, circa 1902-1907. At present the indexed records of either do not provide an image copy of the related page.

Per the indexed information ggg-grandmother Marie Louise’s maiden name is provided as St. Thomas.



Sources:

1."Wisconsin, Births and Christenings, 1826-1926," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/XRH2-LGQ : accessed 04 Jan 2013), Willard Joseph Pariza, 04 Mar 1905.

2.Wisconsin, Births and Christening Index, 1826-1908 [database online]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc. 2011. Index entries derived from digital copies of original and compiled records.

Stay-tuned for updates, and enjoy,

Jim
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