Part 841p – Smith Groh Genealogy – Parisé Descendant Chart – Update

22 February 2013

Good Day,

In my search and research of the Parisé Family Line and Genealogy I have not, as yet, discovered any more children born to CK’s gggg-grandparents Thimothée and Catherine (née Grenier) Parisé than the six accounted for thus far. Both gggg-grandfather Thimothée and gggg-grandmother Catherine were a widower and widow, respectively.

Here is the newly updated Parisé Descendant Chart.


GGGG-grandfather Thimothée had been married previously to Juliene Chapados. Julienne (née Chapados) and their son, Louis Ligroi Parisé had passed away in 1866. GGGG-grandmother Catherine (née Grenier) Parisé had been married to Romain Huard. I have not discovered when he passed away nor have I found, at this point, whether gggg-grandmother Catherine and her first husband Romain ever had had any children.

I will now be focusing in on gggg-grandfather Thimothée Parisé ancestors. I continue my search and research.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 840p – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1868 – GGG-Granduncle Napoléon Parisé – Port Daniel, Québec

19 February 2013

Good Day,

Another find in my search and research of the genealogy and Parisé Family Line. This time CK’s ggg-granduncle Napoléon Parisé, the eldest son of gggg-grandparents Thimothée and Catherine (née Grenier). GGG-Granduncle Napoléon was born and baptized in 1868 in Port Daniel in the Parish of St. Georges, Bonaventure County in Gaspé, Québec.

Here are the images from The Drouin Collection of the Church and Civil Registers. I have downloaded them from Ancestry.ca.





My transcription -

1855-70
PORT DANIEL
PAROISSE
ST-GEORGES
CO. BONAVENTURE
P.Q.

REGISTRES
PHOTOGRAPHIE
AU
GREFFE
DE
NEW-CARLISLE

B.20

Napoleon
Parisé
P.D.

Le vingt et un juin, mil huit cent soix-
ante et huit, nous pretre soussigné
avons baptisé Napoléon, né le douze du
meme mois de légitime mariage de Thimothée Parisé
et de Catherine Grenier de cette paroisse: Parrain:
Michel Parisé: marraine: Roalie Parisé
lesquels ainsi que le pere ont déclaré ne savoir
signer.

N. Levesque Ptre


My translation –

1855-1870
PORT DANIEL
PARISH
ST-GEORGES
CO. BONAVENTURE
P.Q.

RECORDS
PHOTOGRAPHY
AT
REGISTRY
OF
NEW CARLISLE

B.20

Napoleon
Parise
P.D.

On the 21st June, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, we the undersigned priest have baptized Napoléon who was born on the twelfth of the same month of the legitimate marriage of Timothy Parisé and Catherine Grenier of this parish: Sponsor: Michel Parisé: Godmother: Rosalie Parisé of which the father and they said could not sign.

N. Levesque Priest

Based on the information that I have uncovered to date it appears that gggg-grandparents Thimothée and Catherine (née Grenier) Parisé may have had six children:

1. GGG-Granduncle Napoléon,
2. GGG-Granduncle Jean Abel,
3. GGG-Grandaunt Marie Agnès,
4. GGG-Grandaunt Marie Archange,
5. GGG-Grandfather Pierre Léandre (Leo), and
6. GGG-Grandaunt Malvina

The search continues, and the document finds keep rolling in.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 839p – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1872 – GGG-Granduncle Jean Abel Parisé – Port Daniel, Québec

14 February 2013

Good Day,

And today's find in my search and research of the genealogy of the Parisé Family Line is the 1872 Baptism Registration of CK's ggg-granduncle Jean Abel Parisé.  I discovered both the Civil and Parochial Registrations from The Drouin Collection.  Both were downloaded from Ancestry.ca.

GGG-Granduncle Jean Abel Parisé is gggg-grandparents Thimothée and Catherine (née Grenier)'s second child and second son.  He was born 7 September 1872 and baptized on the 10th of the same month.  

Presently I have discovered an elder brother, ggg-granduncle Napolèon





My transcription -

1855
A
1890

PORT-DANIEL
CTE BONAVENTURE
ST-GEORGES

REGISTRES
PHOTOGRAPHIES
A LA
PAROISSE

B. 36
Jean
Abel
Parisé

Le dix Novembre mil huit cent
soixante et douze, nous prêtre
soussigné, avons baptisé
Jean Abel, né le sept du
même mois, du Légitme marriage
de Thimothée Parisé, pêcheur
et cultivateur, et de Catherine
Grenier, de cette paroisse.
Parrain: Alexis Parisé; marraine
Marie Parisé qui one dé-
claré ne savoir signer. Le
père absent.

N. Levesque Prtre


And my translation -

1855
TO
1890

PORT DANIEL
BONAVENTURE COUNTY
ST-GEORGES
 
RECORDS
PHOTOGRAPHS
THE
PARISH
 
B. 36
John
Abel
Parisé

  On the November 10 one thousand eight hundred and seventy-two, we the undersigned priest, have baptized Jean Abel, born in September of the same month, of the legitimate marriage of Timothy Parisé, fisherman and farmer, and Catherine Grenier, of this parish. Sponsor: Alexis Parisé, godmother Marie Parisé said that they could not sign. The father was absent.
 
N. Levesque Priest


Presently I have discovered an elder brother to ggg-granduncle Jean Abel, ggg-granduncle Napolèon who was baptized in 1868.  Given the spread of four years between ggg-granduncles Jean Abel and Napolèon there may have been another Parisé sibling.  Stay tuned and check back to see who and what I may find.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 838p – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1874 – GGG-Grandaunt Marie Agnès Parisé – Port Daniel, Québec

13 February 2013

Good Day,

I’ve been a wee bit removed from my regular search and research in my genealogy work. I’m trying to set myself on some sort of daily schedule to complete the reams of documents that I have most recent discovered of the Parisé Family Line. I figured I would just bite the bullet and head straight into the work and present my findings.

The next on my lists of finds is the Baptism Registration of CK’s ggg-grandaunt Marie Agnès Parisé. As the document indicates she was born 12 December 1874 and baptized on Christmas Day.

Here are the images from The Drouin Collection as downloaded from Ancestry.ca.





My transcription –

1855
A
1890
PORT-DANIEL
CTE BONAVENTURE
QUÉ
PAROISSE
ST. GEORGES

REGISTRES
PHOTOGRAPHIES
A LA
PAROISSE

B. 40
Marie
Agnès
Parisé

Le vingt cinq Décembre mil huit
cent soixante et quatorze, nous
prêtre soussigné, avons baptisé
Marie Agnès, née le douze du
même mois du légitime ma-
riage de Thimothée Parisé,
pêcheur et cultivateur, et de
Catherine Grenier, de cette
parosse. Parrain: Guillaume
Langlais, soussigné; marraine
Elizabeth Huard, qui a declare
ne savoir signer. Le père absent.

Guilluame Langlais
N. Lévesque Prtre


My translation –

1855
TO
1890
PORT-DANIEL
BONAVENTURE CTE
QUÉ
PARISH OF
ST. GEORGES

RECORDS
PHOTOGRAPHS
THE
PARISH

B. 40
Mary
Agnes
Parisé

On December 25th, one thousand eight hundred and seventy-four, we the undersigned priest, have baptized Marie Agnes, born on the twelfth of the same month of the lawful marriage of Timothée Parisé, fisherman and farmer, and Catherine Grenier, of this parish. Sponsor: Guillaume Langlais, the undersigned, godmother Elizabeth Huard, who declared she could not sign. The father was absent.

Guilluame Langlais
N. Lévesque Priest


Next on my list CK’s ggg-granduncle Jean Abel Parisé. Stay tuned.

Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 837hg – Brunhammer Doherty Genealogy – Search for the Marriage of Great-Grandparents John Eugene and Hannah (née Gallagher) Holmes – Pennsylvania?

05 February 2013

Good Day,

Sometimes in the work of my search and research of genealogy I have a number of pokers in the fire. In this case it is the search of the vital records of the actual marriage of great-grandparents John Eugene and Hannah (née Gallagher) Holmes.

According to the 1880 US Census taken in Rahn Township in the County of Schuylkill, Pennsylvania they were husband and wife as of 18 June 1880. Of their three children listed on the same Census, their eldest, granduncle John Herbert Holmes was 4 years old. (See Part 751h.) Further according to the Calvary Episcopal Church Baptism Register he was baptized 2 November 1876 and his parents are listed as Jno. Eugene & Hanora Boyd Holmes. This Church was located at Tamaqua in Schuylkill County. (See Part 768h.)

Following the two document leads and searching for great-grandparents John Eugene and Hannah (aka Honora)’s marriage I began a search for a registration in the Tamaqua area.

Today I received notice from The Historical Society of Schuylkill County that

The information that you are requesting would need to come from church records. It wasn’t until 1885 that Schuylkill County began keeping marriage records and it was 1893 when they started to keep birth records. We do have an index of marriages that appeared in the Pottsville Miners Journal newspaper for the timeframe that John & Hannah would have been married but they are not listed in the index. We don’t have any Episcopal Church records for the Tamaqua area.


Back to the drawing board. Where were great-grandparents John and Hannah married? I will searching.


Enjoy,

Jim
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Part 836p – Smith Groh Genealogy – 1876 – GGG-Grandaunt Marie Archange Almanda Parisé – Port Daniel, Québec

02 February 2013

Good Day,

The search and research continues. This time I will be presenting a number of discovered documents for ancestors, especially of CK’s collateral line and genealogy.

PortDanielGare
Train station of Port Daniel, Gaspésie, Québec, Canada,
dated 10 August 2012
photographed and owned by Torbenbrinker (Own work)
 [CC-BY-SA-3.0], via Wikimedia Commons

The first would be CK’s ggg-grandaunt Marie Archange Almanda Parisé. She was born 11 November 1876 in the Port Daniel vicinity in the County Bonaventure, Québec. Her parents were gggg-grandparents Thimothée and Catherine (née Grenier) Parisé.

I have downloaded the images from the Douin Collection as provided by the Quebec, Vital and Church Records, 1621-1967, databases by Ancestry.ca. The first is Image 267 of 543.




1855
A
1890

PORT-DANIEL
CTE BONAVENTURE
QUÉ

PAROISSE
ST-GEORGES

REGISTRES
PHOTOGRAPHIES
A LA
PAROISSE

B. 38
Marie
Archange
Parisé

Le dix-neuf Novembre mil huit cent soixante et
seize, nous prêtre soussigné, avons baptisé Marie
Archange Almanda, née le onze du meme mois du
légitime marriage de Thimothée Parisé, pêcheur et culti-
vateur, et de Catherine Grenier, de cette paroisse. Parain
Samuel Chouinard qui, ainsi que le père, a declare ne savoir
signer Marraine: Julienne Huard, soussignée. Lecture faite.

Julienne Huard

R Beaumont, Prtre.


My translation –

1855
TO
1890

PORT DANIEL -
BONAVENTURE COUNTY
QUÉ

PARISH
ST-GEORGES

RECORDS
PHOTOGRAPHES
OF THE
PARISH

B. 38
Mary
Archangel
Parisé

On the 19 November, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, we the undersigned priest, have baptized Marie Archange Almanda born the eleventh of the same month of the legitimate marriage of Timothy Parise, fisherman and farmer, and Catherine Grenier, of this parish. Samuel Chouinard godfather and the father declared that they could not sign. Godmother: Julienne Huard, undersigned. Reading done.

Julienne Huard

R Beaumont, Priest.

The second image is also of the Drouin Collection and provided via Ancestry.ca. It is image 109 of 136. I have not transcribed or translated Image 109 as it appears that all wording is quite similar to the previous above Image 267.



The search and research continues.

Enjoy,

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Part 835p – Smith Groh Genealogy – Parisé Descendant Chart Updated

01 February 2013

Good Day,

A good way to begin a new month, February, is with an update of a visual representation of the CK’s Parisé Family Descendant Chart. It is a very good method, for me to, to have this type of pictorial arrangement, of the ancestry and genealogy of the family that I am currently working on.

This is now my 8th update of the Parisé Descendant Chart. This new update now includes 6-times great-grandparents Michel and Rosalie (née Roussi) Parisey and 7-times great-grandparents – Michel and Marie (née Albert) Parisey and Pierre Léon and Anne (née Chapados) Roussi.


All information on this Descendant Chart is based on current and available information. It may change as new and more correct data is discovered. New and updated day may be entered in red. A red or blue and yellow symbol represents the actual blood line.

If you have any new information, data, ideas, family history, please feel free to contact me.

Enjoy,

Jim
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