Saturday, 1 October 2016

Catudal Families Carrying The Clough Name


There are really two issues regarding the Clough/Catudal families. The first is the issue of the seemingly spontaneous use of the Clough name by some members of the Catudal family.

There is a family story that was passed down to explain the reason that some of the members of a Catudal family started going by Clough. The story goes that Jean-Marie “Joseph” Catudal dit St-Jean (1823-1906) [2619] was actually born a Clough. His father was an English soldier and had moved the family to live on the Richelieu river near Fort Chambly. Upon arriving home one day Joseph discovered his family had been massacred by the Indians. He escaped and a Catudal dit St-Jean family took him in. Joseph changed his name to his 'adoptive' family's name. Years later, he found out that some of his family had indeed survived so he changed his name back to Clough.

There are problems with that story. Firstly, Indian attacks in Quebec during Joseph's lifetime where rare to non-existent, and certainly wiping out families did not occur – not there, not in that time-frame. There were Indian attacks but the closest to the east they occurred was Minnesota and as far south as Florida, at least as far as I can determine – both locations being 2,000 kilometres from the area where Joseph lived during this time.

Probably the most important point is in looking at how Québec record keeping was maintained and looking at French naming conventions. Let me first preface this next part by saying, there have always been the fudging of the books, as it were. It probably was a rare occurrence and one that would have been done to spare the embarrassment of a family but it was not a common practice.

Having said that, when a child was 'taken-in' that child kept their birth name. They may have taken the adoptive family's surname as a dit name but they almost certainly would have kept their birth name as well. When that child then went on to marry then their real parent's names would have gone on the record. Let me give you a for-instance: If a child born to a couple were to lose his mother as an infant and the father were to remarry a few months later, when that child would have gone on to marry the parent's names given on the marriage record would have been his birth parent's names. Even if he had been adopted by his new mother, even if she was the only mother he ever knew, the name on any of his official church records would have shown his birth mother's name.

I have Joseph's baptism, marriage and burial records and none of them have him listed with the name Clough. His baptism is entered sequentially with the others for the area – it was not inserted later or added to the registry some years later. This means that he was with the family from birth, which means he could not have come home to find his Clough family massacred by Indians.

Joseph did use the Clough name on at least one occasion. One of those occasions was the 1871 Canadian Census. He appears later on the 1901 Canadian Census as Joseph St-Jean.

Taking a look at his children, some of them took the Clough name, some the St-Jean or St. John name and some the Catudal name. They wavered back and forth between those names.

I'm speculating on why this happened and believe it very much has to do with the Patriot's Rebellion of 1837-1838. It reminds me of something similar which occurred with another Catudal family.

When Joseph Catudal dit St-Jean/St. John/Clough was about 15 years old the rebellion was in full swing. The rebellion divided many families. Parts of the family who were very much on the side of the French cause were enraged at the parts of their family who sided with the English and visa versa. The story concocted by one Catudal family to distance themselves from the other Catudal families has them appear as if they came to Québec in the early 1800's, from France, and were not related to the Québec Catudals. These family members sided with the English. I think it is very likely that Joseph also sympathized with the British and as such came up with a story to distance himself from the Catudal Patriots. I can't prove this but the timing is right and is supported by the paper trail.

The Catudal dit St-Jeans who lived in the Richelieu river near Fort Chambly moved away from that area in the 1700's. A few moved close-by to St-Mathias but by the 1800's had moved even farther away. The area suggested by the story of how Joseph ended up with the St-Jean name doesn't fit with the area mentioned in the time-frame mentioned.

I've checked the areas where Clough baptisms, death and marriages occurred in Québec and have not been able to locate any such events occurring in the Chambly or St-Mathias areas. They might have but I can't locate any. There are only two major areas where one sees Clough families and they are quite a distance away from one another and from the Chambly and St-Mathias areas. Those places are the St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec/St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec areas and the Stanbridge, Missisquois, Québec area.

What is very interesting is that when Joseph or his children used the Clough name it was always either in a non-Catholic church or on a Census. They always went back to the Catudal/St-Jean/St. John names when they appeared in Catholic church record, always.

The second issue is that Joseph Clough aka Joseph Catudal dit St-Jean from the above story was linked by a researcher in the mid 1970's to a rather large Clough family who came over from England very early on. The researcher mixed-up Benjamin-Franklin Clough (abt. 1806-1883)'s son Joseph with our Joseph Catudal dit St-Jean aka St. John aka Clough. This mix-up stuck and there are a number of people on the Internet who have propagated the wrong information at face value.

There were 3 men who went by the name of Joseph Clough during this time in history who were born in a similar time-frame. The person researching their side of the Clough family mixed up the three. They settled on our Joseph presumably because they couldn't find their Joseph Clough's primary records and because the dates sort of were close. They ignored the data that spoke against such an assumption such as the use by most of Joseph's family of the name St-Jean or St. John; they skipped mentioning that. Also, they fudged the area of Joseph's birth by placing his birth in the area of Québec where their Clough family lived.

I've researched both Clough families mentioned above and can find no evidence, not one single shred, showing that the one Clough family from Nicolet, Québec came into contact with the St-Jean/Clough family from Stanbridge, Québec. Anything is possible but if they had then one could expect to see evidence in the historical record.

At the end of this document you will see a family report for both Clough families and will be able to see that one had nothing to do with the other.

In closing: I can't tell why Jean-Marie “Joseph” Catudal dit St-Jean's part of the Catudal family used the Clough name at times. I can only guess that it may very well have had something to do with the Patriot Rebellion as this wasn't completely unheard of at that time in history. I know that the French who sided with the British often also changed their religious practices to 'fit-in' and one sees them suddenly showing-up in Anglican and Methodist church records. What is worth noting is that in almost every case, when this particular family celebrated a baptism, marriage or burial they did so back in the Catholic church.

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Catudal Family Who Took The Last Name of Clough



Descendants of Zéphirin ST-JEAN

First Generation

1. Zéphirin ST-JEAN [6789],1 son of Jean-Marie "Joseph" CATUDAL DIT ST-JEAN [2619] and Theotiste "Mary" BOUCHER [6780],2 was born in November 1852,3 was baptized on 13 February 1853 in Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,2 died on 4 July 1923 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada4 aged 70, and was buried on 6 July 1923 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada.4 Other names for Zéphirin were Frank CLOUGH,5 Pharaoh CLOUGH,6 Zephyr CLOUGH,7 P. H. ST. JEAN,8 and Phoro ST. JOHN.9

Birth Notes: On the 1901 Canadian Census for Saint-Ignace-de-Stanbridge Zéphirin uses the name Pharoah and says he was born on the 5th of November 1849

Zéphirin married Catherine BOUDREAU [6790],10 daughter of Joseph BOUDREAU [6791]10 and Marie SIMON [6792],10 on 10 January 1876 in Bedford, , Québec, Canada.10 Catherine was born about 1844, died on 21 February 1885 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada4 aged about 41, and was buried on 24 February 1885 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada.4 Another name for Catherine was Katherine BOUDREAU.6

Children from this marriage were:

2 M i. Dennis ST-JEAN [6804]10 was born on 24 April 1877 in Québec, Canada,11 was baptized on 29 July 1877 in St-Damien, Bedford, Québec, Canada,10 and died on 2 December 1961 in Bedford, , Québec, Canada12 aged 84.

Death Notes: The transcribed death record for Dennis states that he was born in 1875 when in fact he was born in 1877.

3 M ii. Edward CLOUGH [6805]6 was born on 21 April 1879 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,13 was baptized on 25 May 1879 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,4 and died on 3 September 1962 in Hooksett, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA14 aged 83. Other names for Edward were Eddie ST-JEAN13 and Edward Henri "Eddie" ST-JEAN.4

Noted events in his life were:

He was naturalised in 1919.15
He worked as a Shoemaker at a Shoe factory in 1920 in Hooksett, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA.15

Edward married Ada KENISTON [6827],6 daughter of Frederick KENISTON [6828]6 and Alice LUDLOW [6829],6 on 16 May 1906 in Manchester, New Hampshire, USA.6 Ada was born on 28 June 1870 in Northfield, New Hampshire, USA16 and died on 21 March 1938 in Hooksett, Merrimack, New Hampshire, USA17 aged 67. The cause of her death was Coronary embolism/Arterio sclerosis.18

Birth Notes: Ada's birth record actually comes from 5 April 1937. On this record it states that the information was "Taken from old family records".

Death Notes: Ada died at 4:15 am.

4 M iii. Joseph Zéphirim "Arthur" CLOUGH [6826]19 was born on 11 January 1881 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,20 was baptized on 30 January 1881 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,4 and died on 26 June 1954 in Shelly, Bingham County, Idaho, USA21 aged 73. Other names for Joseph were Arthur ST-JEAN and Joseph Zéphirim ST-JEAN.4

Birth Notes: On the 1901 Census for Canada it has Arthur's birth data mixed-up with a brother Joseph. It has his date of birth as being 14th of March 1883 and his brother as being born on the 10th of January 1881. As I have Joseph's original baptism record I've recorded their dates of birth as I have.

General Notes: Taken from FindaGrave.com, maintained by Mavanee:

Joseph Arthur Clough and his future wife Evelyn Mary Mitchell met at a dance. He married Evelyn on November 13, 1916 at Pocatello, Idaho. Joe was engaged in farming for 10 years. Quitting farming he then moved to West Yellowstone, Montana and was manager of the Yellowstone Hotel. They then came back to Shelley, Idaho. Joe and Evelyn raised white leghorn chickens. They had about a hundred of these chickens. They would take the eggs to the store to sell to buy groceries. On June 26, 1954, Joe passed away. His parents were Jehirin (Frank) Clough and Katherine Bodreau.21

Joseph married Evelyn Mary MITCHELL [6839],19 daughter of John Henry MITCHELL [6840]21 and Elizabeth Ann [6841],21 on 13 November 1916 in Bannock, Idaho, USA.19 Evelyn was born on 6 October 1896 in Shelly, Bingham County, Idaho, USA21 and died on 16 October 1990 in Blackfoot, Bingham County, Idaho, USA21 aged 94. They had no children.

General Notes: As taken from FindaGrave maintained by Mavanee:

Evelyn Mary Mitchell Clough was born on October 6, 1896 in Shelley, Bingham, Idaho in a house that has since been torn down. She was the second child born to John Henry and Elizabeth Ann Hull Mitchell. She had five brothers and two sisters. She attended school in Shelley and her best friend was her cousin, Nina Hull. Her young life was spent living with her grandparents. She walked 2 1/2 miles to school each day. Evelyn helped her grandmother, Ann Hull Mitchell, with housework and outside chores. Her grandma was old and grandpa was lame so they could not do very much. There was always a lot of work to do as she was growing up. Evelyn thinned beets, pulled weeds, picked potatoes, shocked grain, shocked hay and washed clothes on a washboard with a tub of water and a bar of soap. She was 20 years old when she met her husband, Joe Clough at a dance. They were married on November 13, 1916 at Pocatello, Idaho. Evelyn never learned to drive a car. She was an excellent cook. On June 26, 1954 her husband passed away. In order to pay her way, Evelyn went to work in the potato houses. At this time she was also taking care of her aged mother. This she did for 14 years. Her mother died in 1964. Evelyn also cared for her sister, Edith's, son who was born crippled. Evelyn took care of this little boy for five years until he, too, passed away. Joe and Evelyn never had any children of their own, but they considered all the nieces, nephews, cousins, their children. She had a beautiful smile and a happy countenance. Her yard was beautiful. She grew an abundant garden and had a large raspberry patch. You could always find her outside picking berries or working in her yard and garden. She was never idle. Even though she is gone, she leaves behind a sweet memory to all of us who knew her. She will be missed by everyone.21

+ 5 M iv. Hector Joseph CLOUGH [6806]5 was born on 14 March 1883 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,13 was baptized on 1 April 1883 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,4 and died after 1940.22

Zéphirin next married Leona "Alice" DANDURAND [6793],23 daughter of Antoine DANDURAND [6794]23 and Utaline BESSETTE [6795],23 on 18 April 1887 in St-Francois D'Assise (Frelighsburg), Québec, Canada.23 Leona was born on 17 June 1861 in USA,24 died on 20 March 1911 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada25 aged 49, and was buried on 21 March 1911 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada. Another name for Leona was Léonard DANDURAND.4

Children from this marriage were:

+ 6 M i. Fred William CLOUGH [6824]26 was born on 31 May 1888 in Québec, Canada,27 was baptized on 17 June 1888 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,4 and died on 23 May 1971 in Bedford, , Québec, Canada aged 82.

7 F ii. Aimée Alice Emma "Mamie" ST-JEAN [6825]28 was born on 9 February 1892 in Québec, Canada29 and was baptized on 16 February 1892 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada.4

Birth Notes: On the 1911 Census it has Emma's birth year as 1891.

+ 8 M iii. Georges Zéphirin ST-JEAN [6799]8 was born on 5 August 1898 in Québec, Canada,30 was baptized on 2 October 1898 in St-Damien, Bedford, Québec, Canada,10 and died on 19 May 1985 in Bedford, , Québec, Canada12 aged 86.

+ 9 M iv. Joseph Jean François "Frank" CLOUGH [6807]13 was born on 17 October 1901 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,13 was baptized on 21 March 1902 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,4 and died on 16 July 1979 in Cowansville, Québec, Canada31 aged 77.

Second Generation (Children)

5. Hector Joseph CLOUGH [6806]5 (Zéphirin 1) was born on 14 March 1883 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,13 was baptized on 1 April 1883 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,4 and died after 1940.22 Another name for Hector was "Joseph" Hector ST-JEAN.13

Birth Notes: On the 1901 Census for Canada it has Joseph's birth data mixed-up with a brother. It has his date of birth as being 10 January 1881 and his brother as being born on the 14th of March 1883. As I have Joseph's original baptism record I've kept his date of birth as per that document.

On Hector's WWI Draft Registration Card he has his birth recorded as 18 March 1879. I have his baptism record and he was born as I have entered it. It is usual that a birth year is off by one or two years. It is unusual to be off by more, unless the records are for pre-1800 births, then it is more common than not. Incidentally, he was not able to sign his name to his WWI draft card. He placed his mark and it was signed by his witness William Goodell.

Death Notes: Hector is seen on the 1940 US Federal Census for Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire and is noted as being married with the 'M' having been struck out and the number 7 added, which means that he was married but living apart from his wife.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Teamster - Plowing in 1920 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.32

Hector married Anna COMTOIS [6830],5 daughter of Pierre COMTOIS [6831]5 and Louise CHAMPAGNE [6832],5 on 30 January 1910 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.5 Anna was born on 4 February 1877 in St-Charles-Borromée, Joliette, Québec, Canada,33 was baptized on 4 February 1877 in Cathedrale, St-Charles-Borromée, Joliette, Québec, Canada,34 and died on 1 October 1961 in Gardner, Worcester County, Massachusetts, USA35 aged 84. Another name for Anna was Annie COMTOIS.36

Marriage Notes: Although Anna's marriage record says that she was 28 at the time of her marriage, which would have made the year of birth as about 1882, she was actually born 5 years earlier as per her baptism record and her headstone.34

Birth Notes: Anna's headstone shows her as having been born in 1877.

Death Notes: Birth: unknown, Canada
Death: Oct. 1, 1961
Gardner
Worcester County
Massachusetts, USA

Anna M. (Comtois) Clough, widow of Hector Clough, died on Sunday, October 1, 1961 at the Hayward Memorial Hospital in Gardner, Massachusetts. She was born in Canada and lived for many years in Lowell where she was a member of the Notre Dame de Lourdes parish before she moved to Gardner two years prior to her death.

She was survived by a son; a daughter, with whom she lived, and six grandchildren.
Family links:
Parents:
Pierre Comtois (1836 - 1920)
Sibling:
Anna M Comtois Clough (____ - 1961)
Alfred L. Comtois (1862 - 1958)*
*Calculated relationship
Note: Age at time of death is listed as 83 years old
Burial:
Saint Patrick Cemetery
Lowell
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
Plot: Yard 3, Range 48, Section 7, Lot 3
Created by: Patrick
Record added: Sep 14, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 97080761



Noted events in her life were:

She worked as a scourer at a wool mill in 1940 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.37

Children from this marriage were:

10 M i. Joseph CLOUGH [6838]38 was born on 21 November 1910 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA38 and died on 21 November 1910 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.38 The cause of his death was Congenital debility.

Death Notes: Joseph lived for 5 minutes, dying at 7:00am

11 F ii. Louise C. CLOUGH [6833]32 was born on 10 September 1915 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA32 and died on 3 August 2002 aged 86.

Louise married M. CASSANO [6836].39 M. was born in 191740 and died in 198840 aged 71.

+ 12 M iii. Leo Peter CLOUGH [6834]41 was born on 1 December 1917 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA41 and died on 20 January 2007 in Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA42 aged 89.

6. Fred William CLOUGH [6824]26 (Zéphirin 1) was born on 31 May 1888 in Québec, Canada,27 was baptized on 17 June 1888 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,4 and died on 23 May 1971 in Bedford, , Québec, Canada aged 82. Another name for Fred was Fredrick ST-JEAN.

General Notes: Was baptized under the name St-Jean, not Clough.4

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Labourer in a Machine Shop in 1920 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA.43

Fred married Jessie May LADUKE [6842],44 daughter of William LADUKE [6843]44 and Mary ELLIS [6844],44 on 24 May 1910 in St. Albans, Vermont, USA.44 Jessie was born on 20 April 1887,45 died on 26 December 1932 in Dunham - All Saints Anglican Church, County of Missisquoi, Québec, Canada46 aged 45, and was buried on 28 December 1932 in Dunham - All Saints Anglican Church, County of Missisquoi, Québec, Canada.46

The child from this marriage was:

13 F i. Irene Maud CLOUGH [6948] was born on 22 March 1911,40 died on 19 April 1920 in Stanbridge, Missisquoi, Québec, Canada40 aged 9, and was buried on 21 April 1920.47

Fred next married Winnifred Ellis ORRIS [6845],46 daughter of Arthur J. ORRIS [6846]48 and Myrtle E. LADUKE [6847],46 on 18 March 1933 in Dunham - All Saints Anglican Church, County of Missisquoi, Québec, Canada.46 Winnifred was born in June 1905.25

8. Georges Zéphirin ST-JEAN [6799]8 (Zéphirin 1) was born on 5 August 1898 in Québec, Canada,30 was baptized on 2 October 1898 in St-Damien, Bedford, Québec, Canada,10 and died on 19 May 1985 in Bedford, , Québec, Canada12 aged 86. Another name for Georges was George CLOUGH.40

Georges married Gertrude SOLLOWAY [6800],8 daughter of Frederic Robert Brettle SOLLOWAY [6801]49 and Marie HADDINGTON [6802],8 on 27 October 1915 in Franklin, Vermont, USA.8 Gertrude was born on 8 February 1893 in Brierley Hill, Staffordshire, England50 and died on 9 February 1977 in St-Jean-Sur-Richelieu, Québec, Canada31 aged 84.

Birth Notes: Genealogie Québec - Drouin Records has her birth date as 10 January 1893.

Noted events in her life were:

She immigrated on 24 May 1912 to Montréal, , Québec, Canada.51

Children from this marriage were:

14 M i. Alexandre ST-JEAN [6811] was born about 1917.52

15 F ii. Daisy Gertrude ST-JEAN [6803] was born on 3 December 1930 in Stanbridge, Québec, Canada53 and was baptized on 10 November 1931 in Stanbridge, Québec, Canada.53

General Notes: Daisy was an Anglican.54

Noted events in her life were:

She worked as a Needle Worker for the Torrington Co. in 1950 in Stanbridge East, Québec, Canada.54

Daisy married Robert Riley BOOMHOWER [6848],54 son of Elwin BOOMHOWER [6849]55 and Adeline SHARPE [6850],55 on 24 June 1950 in St. James, Bedford, Québec, Canada.54 Robert was born on 5 October 1924 in Québec, Canada54 and was baptized on 31 March 1942 in St. James, Bedford, Québec, Canada.55

Baptism Notes: Robert Riley was baptized along with 4 of his siblings on the same day. He was 17 years old at the time.

General Notes: Although Robert Riley was baptized along with 4 of his siblings in 1942 in the Anglican Church, Robert stated he was a member of the United Church on his marriage record from 1950.54

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Farmer, mixed farming in 1950 in Stanbridge East, Québec, Canada.54

Georges next married Ellen Mary Jeanne TREPANIER [6949], daughter of Robert TREPANNIER [6950]7 and Martha HARRINGTON [6951], on 18 August 1980 in Centenary United Church, Bringham, Brome, Québec, Canada.7 Ellen was born on 14 August 1921 in Québec, Canada7 and died in 1982 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Stanbury Cemetery, Missisquoi, Québec40 aged 61.

9. Joseph Jean François "Frank" CLOUGH [6807]13 (Zéphirin 1) was born on 17 October 1901 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,13 was baptized on 21 March 1902 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada,4 and died on 16 July 1979 in Cowansville, Québec, Canada31 aged 77. Another name for Joseph was Frank CLOUGH.56

Death Notes: His name on his death record is Frank Clough as well as on his marriage record.

General Notes: One of the great Genealogical mysteries - Frank was born under the name St-Jean. His father had a very unusual name of Zéphirin who, sometimes, used the first name of Phroah. For some reason, on Frank's marriage record it has his last name and that of Phroah's as Clough?? The mother's name of Alice Dandurand is correct. Everything matches but why the name Clough?

Joseph married Alice Myrtle HUNTER [6812],57 daughter of James HUNTER [6813]57 and Alice JEWETT [6814],57 on 31 May 1926 in Dunham - All Saints Anglican Church, County of Missisquoi, Québec, Canada.57 Alice was born on 21 November 1902 and died on 21 July 1991 in Bedford, , Québec, Canada aged 88.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 16 M i. Leslie Raymond CLOUGH [6817] was born on 7 May 1927,31 was baptized on 15 September 1928 in Stanbridge United Church, Québec, Canada,31 died on 14 March 2016 in Ottawa, , Ontario, Canada aged 88, and was buried on 28 May 2016 in Stanbridge East, Québec, Canada.

+ 17 M ii. David Roy CLOUGH [6818]58 was born on 4 October 1928 in Sweetsburg, Québec, Canada,58 was baptized on 6 December 1929 in Farham, Québec, Canada,58 and died on 31 August 2008 in North River, Nova Scotia, Canada59 aged 79.

18 F iii. Sheila Muriel CLOUGH [6815]58 was born on 28 February 1930 in Farham, Québec, Canada58 and died on 11 May 1990 in Stanbridge Station, Québec, Canada31 aged 60.

Sheila married Gerard Cornelius MERNER [6816] on 11 June 1951 in Chalmers United Church, Verdun, Island Of Montréal, Québec, Canada.31 Gerard was born about 1925.31

19 F iv. Alene Beatrice CLOUGH [6819]58 was born on 17 May 1931 in Farham, Québec, Canada,58 died on 17 May 1931 in Farnham, Québec, Canada,58 and was buried on 18 May 1931 in Farham, Québec, Canada.58

Birth Notes: Alene Beatrice lived for ten minutes.

20 F v. Kathleen Elizabeth Iris "Kay" CLOUGH [6820]58 was born on 3 October 1939 in Farnham, Québec, Canada58 and was baptized on 31 October 1941 in Farham, Québec, Canada.58

Kathleen married Boomhower CARL NELSON [6822]54 on 18 May 1962 in Beford East, Québec, Canada.54 Boomhower was born on 12 February 1937.54

21 F vi. Linda CLOUGH [7259].60

Third Generation (Grandchildren)

12. Leo Peter CLOUGH [6834]41 (Hector Joseph 2, Zéphirin 1) was born on 1 December 1917 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA41 and died on 20 January 2007 in Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA42 aged 89.

Death Notes: Husband of Louise (Danforth) Clough, who died in 2001. Son of Hector J. and Anna (Comtois) Clough.

He worked for many years as a self-employed painter in the Greater Lowell area. He was an avid golfer and held membership at Vesper Country Club. He also owned and raced harness race horses.

Surviving him are four daughters and three sons-in-law; six grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren; also one niece.

Arrangements by Mahoney Funeral Home, Lowell, MA

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Painter and was self-employed.42

Leo married Evelyn Louise DANCAUSE [6835], daughter of Charles DANCAUSE [6933]61 and Wilhemina F. THORNTON [6934],61 in 1943 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.62 Evelyn was born on 23 March 1915 in Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States and died on 3 March 2001 in Ayer, Middlesex, Massachusetts, USA aged 85. Another name for Evelyn was Ellen Louise DANCAUSE.63

Marriage Notes: I could only find an index mention of their marriage. The reason I know this is the correct marriage, as each entry - one for him and a separate entry for his wife - is that the index points to the exact same volume and page number.62

Burial Notes: Note: On Dancause lot
Burial:
Lowell Cemetery
Lowell
Middlesex County
Massachusetts, USA
Plot: Southworth Ave, Lot 2611

Children from this marriage were:

22 F i. Judy Ann CLOUGH [6837]64 was born on 15 June 1947 and died in 2008 aged 61.

23 F ii. Susan Gail CLOUGH [6935] was born in 1949.65

Noted events in her life were:

She worked as an Assembly Worker in 1973 in Dunstable, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.66

Susan married James W. LEFEBVRE [6936],66 son of Raymond LEFEBVRE [6937]66 and Ellen MARSH [6938],66 on 22 April 1973 in Dunstable, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.66 James was born about 1951.66

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Stone Cutter in 1973 in Dunstable, Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States.66

16. Leslie Raymond CLOUGH [6817] (Joseph Jean François "Frank" 2, Zéphirin 1) was born on 7 May 1927,31 was baptized on 15 September 1928 in Stanbridge United Church, Québec, Canada,31 died on 14 March 2016 in Ottawa, , Ontario, Canada aged 88, and was buried on 28 May 2016 in Stanbridge East, Québec, Canada.

Death Notes: A service was held for Leslie on 17 Mar 2016 in Nepean with a Spring burial to take place.

Leslie married Kaye WILEY [6941].67

The child from this marriage was:

24 M i. Robert WILEY [6942].68

Robert married Yvonne [6943].69

Leslie next married Margaret "Meggie" NEEDHAM [6821], daughter of Frank NEEDHAM [6946]70 and Gladys Pearl WHITTIER [6947],70 on 7 April 1951 in Bedford, , Québec, Canada.71 Margaret was born on 4 December 1932 in Magog, Québec, Canada,72 was baptized on 4 December 1932 in Magog Adventist Church, Magog, Québec, Canada, died on 21 August 2010 in Ottawa, , Ontario, Canada aged 77, and was buried on 27 August 2010 in St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec, Canada.73

Burial Notes: Margaret is buried at the Stanbury Cemetery.

Noted events in her life were:

She has conflicting birth information of On her marriage certificate it states that she was born 15 November 1932.74

The child from this marriage was:

25 F i. Kelly CLOUGH [6939]73 was born on 3 September 1969 in Greenfield Park, , Québec, Canada.75

Kelly married Michael Duane HAZELWOOD [6940],76 son of Norman HAZELWOOD [6944]75 and Frances McLEAN [6945], on 6 August 1988 in Montréal, , Québec, Canada.75 Michael was born on 21 July 1968 in Ontario, Canada.75

17. David Roy CLOUGH [6818]58 (Joseph Jean François "Frank" 2, Zéphirin 1) was born on 4 October 1928 in Sweetsburg, Québec, Canada,58 was baptized on 6 December 1929 in Farham, Québec, Canada,58 and died on 31 August 2008 in North River, Nova Scotia, Canada59 aged 79.

Death Notes: David Roy Clough Sr. Born: October 4th, 1928 Passed on: August 31st, 2008 David Roy Clough Sr., 79, North River - It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our father at the QEII Health Sciences Centre, Halifax on Aug. 31, 2008. Born in Quebec on October 4, 1928, he was a son of the late Frank and Alice (Hunter) Clough. Roy in his early teens moved out on his own to Toronto where one of his very first occupations was digging ditches and residential wells by hand. Life educated, he quickly graduated to heavy machinery and then long-haul trucking across North America. He married Florence Annie Brown in 1962 and together they created and executed one of Canada's largest frozen food transportation licences in R. Clough Transport, throughout the 1970s and '80s. Retirement found them in North River near family and friends where they once also owned/operated the North River Service Station. After Florence passed away in November, 2000, Pappa found an autumn love with Leona Deal of Halifax (White's Lake). He is also survived by his children, Donna, Audra, David, Kevin, Linda; brother, Leslie; sisters, Kaye and Linda; 18 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife, Florence Annie (Brown) ; sister, Sheila. Visitation will be held on Friday, Sept. 5 from 7 to 9 p.m. ; funeral service on Saturday, Sept. 6 at 2 p.m., both in Colchester Community Funeral Home, 512 Willow St., Truro. Interment in Riversdale Road Anglican Cemetery, Kemptown, where tractors are welcome in the funeral procession from the funeral home to the cemetery. Donations in Roy's memory may be made to the SWNS at www.silentwitnessnovascotia.org. Online condolences may be made at www.colchestercommunity.com Truro Daily News, NS, 2008-09-03

David married Florence Annie BROWN [6823]77 in 1962.59 Florence died in November 2000.78

Children from this marriage were:

26 F i. Donna CLOUGH [6851].79

27 F ii. Audra CLOUGH [6852].79

28 M iii. David CLOUGH [6853].79

29 M iv. Kevin CLOUGH [6854].79

30 F v. Linda CLOUGH [6855].
Source Citations

1. Drouin - St-Damien, Bedford, Québec Church Records. .... St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec Church Records.
2. Drouin Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge Church Records, Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge Church Records.
3. Drouin Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge Church Records, Notre-Dame-de-Stanbridge Church Records. .... 1901 Canadian Census.
4. St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec Church Records.
5. Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915.
6. New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947.
7. Ministère des affaire sociales - Declaration of Marriage.
8. Ancestry.com, Vermont Marriage Records, 1909-2008.
9. 1891 Census of Canada.
10. Drouin - St-Damien, Bedford, Québec Church Records.
11. 1901 Canadian Census. .... Drouin - St-Damien, Bedford, Québec Church Records.
12. Drouin Institute.
13. 1891 Census of Canada. .... St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec Church Records.
14. Mr. Slattery (http://trees.ancestry.com/tree/5282726/person/1978924718?ssrc=).
15. 1920 United States Federal Census - New Hampshire, Merrimack, Hooksett, District 0093.
16. New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947. .... New Hampshire, Birth Records, 1659-1900.
17. New Hampshire, Death and Burial Records Index. 1654-1949. .... New Hampshire, Death and Disinterment Records, 1754-1947.
18. New Hampshire, Death and Disinterment Records, 1754-1947.
19. Idaho, Marriage Index, 1842-1962.
20. 1901 Canadian Census. .... Find a Grave - Posted by Mavanee. .... St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec Church Records.
21. Find a Grave - Posted by Mavanee.
22. U.S. City Directories 1822-1989 - Lowell, Massachusetts, USA.
23. St-Francois D'Assise (Frelighsburg) Church Records, Québec.
24. 1891 Census of Canada. .... 1901 Canadian Census.
25. 1911 Census, 1911 Canadian Census.
26. Ancestry.com, Vermont Marriage Records, 1909-2008. .... St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec Church Records.
27. 1891 Census of Canada, Quebec, Rouville, St-Pie. .... 1901 Canadian Census. .... St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec Church Records.
28. 1911 Census, 1911 Canadian Census. .... St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec Church Records.
29. 1911 Census, 1911 Canadian Census. .... 1901 Canadian Census. .... St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec Church Records.
30. Ancestry.com, Vermont Marriage Records, 1909-2008. .... 1911 Census, 1911 Canadian Census. .... 1901 Canadian Census. .... Drouin - St-Damien, Bedford, Québec Church Records.
31. Généalogie Québec - Institut généalogique Drouin.
32. 1920 United States Federal Census - Massachusetts, Middlesex, Lowell Ward 8, District 0240.
33. Massachusetts, Marriage Records, 1840-1915. .... Cathedrale Church Records, St-Charles-Borromée, Joliette, Québec, Canada.
34. Cathedrale Church Records, St-Charles-Borromée, Joliette, Québec, Canada.
35. U.S. City Directories 1822-1989 - Lowell, Massachusetts, USA. .... 1940 US Census - Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts. .... Find a Grave - Posted by Patrick.
36. World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918, Massachusetts, Attleboro City, 40, Draft Card C.
37. 1940 US Census - Lowell, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
38. Massachusetts, Death Records, 1841-1915.
39. U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007.
40. Headstone.
41. 1920 United States Federal Census - Massachusetts, Middlesex, Lowell Ward 8, District 0240. .... (This record was added to Find A Grave on 22 June 2015. Find A Grave Memorial# 148168061).
42. (This record was added to Find A Grave on 22 June 2015. Find A Grave Memorial# 148168061).
43. 1920 United States Federal Census. .... St-Ignace-de-Stanbridge, Québec Church Records.
44. Vermont, Marriage Records, 1909-2008.
45. Vermont, Marriage Records, 1909-2008. .... Headstone.
46. Dunham United Church, Québec, Canada.
47. Stanbridge Methodist Church.
48. Dunham United Church, Québec, Canada. .... 1911 Census, 1911 Canadian Census.
49. Ancestry.com, Vermont Marriage Records, 1909-2008. .... England, Select Births and Christenings, 1538-1975.
50. Ancestry.com, Vermont Marriage Records, 1909-2008. .... 1911 England Census. .... Généalogie Québec - Institut généalogique Drouin.
51. Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935.
52. 1921 Canadian Census, North Stanbridge, St. Ingance de Standbridge, Sub-District 11, Missisquoi, Québec.
53. Stanbridge Anglican Church Records, Québec, Canada.
54. Province of Quebec Provincial Health Service - Statistical Return of Marriage.
55. Saint James Anglican Church Records, Bedford, Québec, Canada.
56. Province de Québec - Bulletin Statistique de Mariage - Ministère de la Santé et du Bien-Être Social.
57. Dunham, Church of England.
58. Farnham United Church of Canada.
59. Obituary.
60. Obituary, Her name appears on Leslie Clough's obituary RIN [6817].
61. Massachusetts Births, 1841-1915," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FXV5-711 : accessed 15 July 2015), Elizabeth Derry, 20 Apr 1913; citing Boston, , Massachusetts, reference p 120, Massachusetts Archives, Boston; FHL microfilm 2,409,799..
62. Massachusetts, Marriage Index, 1901-1955 and 1966-1970.
63. Massachusetts, Birth Records, 1840-1915.
64. (I've added this record but my surity level is low.). .... Massachusetts, Birth Index, 1901-1960 and 1967-1970.
65. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988. .... Massachusetts, Birth Index, 1901-1960 and 1967-1970.
66. Massachusetts, Town and Vital Records, 1620-1988.
67. Obituary, On Leslie's 2nd wife's obituary it mentions the name of a Step-son, which means that Leslie was probably married before. .... Kelly Clough, Sister of Robert.
68. Obituary, His name appears on his step-mother's obituary.
69. Obituary, Her name appears on her husband's step-mother's obituary.
70. Connolly File, Quebec Records, Drouin.
71. Bedford United Church, Bedford, Québec, Canada.
72. Province of Quebec Provincial Health Service - Statistical Return of Marriage. .... Obituary.
73. Obituary.
74. Obituary. .... Connolly File, Quebec Records, Drouin.
75. Registration of Marriage - Province of Québec.
76. Obituary, His name appears in the obituary of his mother-in-law, Margaret Clough née Needham.
77. Obituary, Found her name on her husband's obituary.
78. Obituary, Found in her husband's obituary.
79. Obituary, Name found in father's obituary.
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Clough Family Who Did Not Take The Catudal Name

Descendants of Joseph CLOUGH

First Generation

1. Joseph CLOUGH [7035]1 was born Cal 17752 and was baptized on 15 June 1851 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada. Another name for Joseph was Joseph CLUFF.1

Birth Notes: He converted to Catholic when he was 76 years of age.

Joseph married Mary Polly PIPER [7036]1 on 17 October 1805 in Gilmanton, Belknap, New Hampshire, United States.3 Mary was born Cal 1783 and was baptized on 23 March 1851 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

Baptism Notes: She converted to Catholic at the age of 68.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 M i. Benjamin-Franklin CLOUGH [7002] was born about 1806 in New York, USA4 and was buried on 4 October 1883 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.

3 F ii. Marie Anna CLOUGH [7037] was baptized on 15 June 1851 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

Birth Notes: Marie Anna was born well before her baptism. This baptism is a conversion to the Catholic faith. Unlike her parent's baptism, her age was not given.

+ 4 M iii. John CLOUGH [7038].5

Second Generation (Children)

2. Benjamin-Franklin CLOUGH [7002] (Joseph 1) was born about 1806 in New York, USA4 and was buried on 4 October 1883 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada. Other names for Benjamin-Franklin were Benjamin François CLOUGH1 and Benjamin F. CLUFF.1

Birth Notes: Benjamin-Franklin's burial record states that he was 98 at the time of his death. On-line at Ancestry.com and with-in the document I received from Mavanee Steele the year of birth is given as "1806", which agrees with the 1861, 1871 and 1881 Canadian Census.

Further, on the 1861 and 1871 Canadian Censuses it has his place of birth as Québec but on the 1881 Canadian Census it has his place of birth as the USA. No State is given. Most have assumed that he was born in New Hampshire because his parents were married there but I have gone page by page through birth records looking for him and either missed something or he may not have been born in New Hampshire. I also did this for Vermont and Massachusetts.

I have put New York as his place of birth as on one of his children's Census records it has this as his place of birth. He may have been born in Québec but I could find no record after searching the correct time-frame and going page by page through the various possible churches.

Noted events in his life were:

He worked as a Painter.1

Benjamin-Franklin married Marie RHEAUL DITE ALEXANDRE [7003],1 daughter of François RHEAUL DIT ALEXANDRE [7004]1 and Geneviève LAROUCHE [7005],1 on 12 February 1833 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.1 Marie was born on 29 April 1816 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,1 was baptized on 29 April 1816 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,1 died on 7 September 1894 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada2 aged 78, and was buried on 9 September 1894 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2 Other names for Marie were Marie BEAUN DITE ALEXANDRE,1 Marie RAUX DITE ALEXANDRE,1 and Marie REAUX DITE ALEXANDRE.1

Birth Notes: Online at Ancestry.com, on public family trees, Marie is seen as being born on the 1st of May 1816. That entry is for a different set of parents. This Marie's entry is just above the one most often quoted.

Children from this marriage were:

5 F i. Leocadie CLOUGH [7006]6 was born on 25 August 1833 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,6 was baptized on 25 August 1833 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,6 died on 22 July 1895 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada7 aged 61, and was buried on 24 July 1895 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.7

Leocadie married Jules PICHÉ [7019],2 son of François PICHÉ [7020]2 and Marie POIRIER [7021],2 on 15 February 1858 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2 Jules was born Cal 1832,7 died on 29 November 1881 in St-Grégoire, Nicolet, Québec, Canada7 aged about 49, and was buried on 2 December 1881 in St-Grégoire, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.7

6 M ii. Joseph CLOUGH [7007]1 was born on 18 May 1835 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,1 was baptized on 18 May 1835 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,1 died on 16 November 1861 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada aged 26, and was buried on 18 November 1861 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.

Joseph married Celina McDONEL [7013],2 daughter of Jean-Baptiste McDONEL [7014]2 and Louise BOURK [7015],2 on 15 April 1856 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2 Celina was born Cal 1840,2 died on 22 June 1918 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada2 aged about 78, and was buried on 25 June 1918 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2 Another name for Celina was Celina MACDONALD.

7 M iii. Samuel CLOUGH [7008]1 was born on 9 June 1837 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,1 was baptized on 11 June 1837 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,1 died on 27 May 1840 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada1 aged 2, and was buried on 28 May 1840 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.1 The cause of his death was Accident.1

8 F iv. Marie Anne CLOUGH [7009]1 was born on 6 April 1840 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada1 and was baptized on 7 April 1840 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.1

9 F v. Marie Caroline CLOUGH [7010] was born on 20 September 1846 in St-Grégoire-le-Grand, Nicolet, Québec, Canada7 and was baptized on 14 December 1846 in St-Grégoire-le-Grand, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.7

Marie married John COUSIN [7023],2 son of Micheal COUSIN [7024]2 and Bridget OFARRELL [7025],2 on 10 May 1864 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

Marie next married Ludger PICHE [7032],2 son of Luc PICHE [7033]2 and Elizabeth REAU [7034],2 on 10 February 1900 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

10 F vi. Marie Dalila CLOUGH [7027]2 was born on 22 March 1849 in St-Grégoire-le-Grand, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,7 was baptized on 26 March 1849 in St-Grégoire-le-Grand, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,7 died on 23 November 1927 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada2 aged 78, and was buried on 26 November 1927 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

11 F vii. Marie Anne CLOUGH [7011] was born on 3 July 1853 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,2 was baptized on 3 July 1853 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,2 and was buried on 29 June 1896 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

Marie married Ludger PICHE [7032],2 son of Luc PICHE [7033]2 and Elizabeth REAU [7034],2 on 20 April 1875 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

+ 12 F viii. Marie Hermine CLOUGH [7012]2 was born on 15 April 1855 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada2 and was baptized on 16 April 1855 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

13 U ix. Baby CLOUGH [7016]2 was born in 18572 and was buried on 8 April 1857.2

14 F x. Auree CLOUGH [7017].2

Auree married Julien RICHARD [7018],2 son of François RICHARD [7055] and Angélique MARTEL [7056],7 on 12 January 1858 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2 Julien was born on 3 September 1830 in St-Grégoire, Nicolet, Québec, Canada and was baptized on 3 September 1830 in St-Grégoire, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.7

15 F xi. Marie CLOUGH [7022]2 was born on 25 November 1859 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,2 was baptized on 25 November 1859 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,2 died on 19 April 1904 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada2 aged 44, and was buried on 21 April 1904 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

Marie married Wilford HELY [7029],2 son of George HELY [7030]2 and Philomene TURCOTTE [7031],2 on 17 January 1882 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2

16 F xii. Marie Amande CLOUGH [7028]2 was born on 17 November 1863 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,2 was baptized on 29 November 1863 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,2 died on 28 September 1932 in Cathédrale St-Jean-Baptiste, Nicolet, Québec, Canada8 aged 68, and was buried on 30 September 1932 in Cathédrale St-Jean-Baptiste, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.8 Another name for Marie was Sour Ste-Elisabeth.8 She had no relationships and no children.

Noted events in her life were:

She worked as a Nun.8

4. John CLOUGH [7038]5 (Joseph 1).

John married Catherine GRENIER [7039]5 on 6 February 1837 in Trois-Rivières, Québec, Canada.5

Marriage Notes: Although the parent's names are not given on the marriage record, I can say with certainty that his parents are as I have them because his father signed the marriage records as a witness and it matches with the known signature of Benjamin Franklin Clough.5

Children from this marriage were:

17 F i. Elisa CLOUGH [7041].9

Elisa married Edmond ARCHAMBAULT [7042],9 son of Jacques ARCHAMBAULT [7043]9 and Marguerite BARBEAU [7044],9 on 8 October 1862 in Notre Dame, Montreal, Québec, Canada.9

18 M ii. Jean CLOUGH [7040] was born on 7 May 1838 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada1 and was baptized on 8 May 1838 in St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.9

19 M iii. Adolphe CLOUGH [7077] was born on 21 August 1839 in Gentilly, Québec, Canada9 and was baptized on 23 August 1839 in Gentilly, Québec, Canada.9

20 F iv. Louise CLOUGH [7078] was born on 4 May 1841 in Gentilly, Québec, Canada9 and was baptized on 5 May 1841 in Gentilly, Québec, Canada.9

+ 21 M v. "James John" Joseph CLOUGH [7061] was born on 6 April 1855 in Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec, Canada,10 was baptized on 19 November 1855 in Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec, Canada,10 died on 27 January 1928 in Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec, Canada10 aged 72, and was buried on 30 January 1928 in Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec, Canada.10

Third Generation (Grandchildren)

12. Marie Hermine CLOUGH [7012]2 (Benjamin-Franklin 2, Joseph 1) was born on 15 April 1855 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada2 and was baptized on 16 April 1855 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2 Another name for Marie was Alma HEBERT.11

Marie married Michel Jude HEBERT [7026],12 son of Michel HEBERT [7045]2 and Léocadie HEBERT [7046],2 on 27 January 1875 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.2 Michel was born on 5 April 1848 in St-Grégoire, Nicolet, Québec, Canada7 and was baptized on 6 April 1848 in St-Grégoire, Nicolet, Québec, Canada.7

Children from this marriage were:

22 F i. Marie Concorde Robertine HEBERT [7051] was born on 16 April 1877 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,2 was baptized on 17 April 1877 in St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec, Canada,2 and died on 9 December 1957 in Orleans, Vermont, USA13 aged 80.

Marie married Charles ROYER [7052],14 son of John ROYER Jr. [7053]14 and Lucy LAMBERT [7054],14 on 12 June 1898 in Manchester, Hillsborough, New Hampshire, USA.14 Charles was born about 1868.14

23 F ii. May M. HEBERT [7057].15

21. "James John" Joseph CLOUGH [7061] (John 2, Joseph 1) was born on 6 April 1855 in Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec, Canada,10 was baptized on 19 November 1855 in Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec, Canada,10 died on 27 January 1928 in Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec, Canada10 aged 72, and was buried on 30 January 1928 in Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal, Québec, Canada.10

"James married Marie Josephine DESRUISSEAUX [7062],16 daughter of Etienne DESRUISSEAUX [7063]16 and Marie MÉNARD [7064],16 on 4 May 1880 in Notre Dame, Montreal, Québec, Canada.16

Children from this marriage were:

24 F i. Jeanne CLOUGH [7065].17

Jeanne married Marcel PEYRARD [7066],17 son of Jean Simeon PEYRARD [7067]17 and Lisa BARNAVON [7068],17 on 14 November 1912 in St-Pierre Apotre, Montréal, Québec, Canada.17

25 F ii. Fleur Ange CLOUGH [7069].18

Fleur married Charles BROUILLETTE [7070],18 son of Jean-Baptiste BROUILLETTE [7071]18 and Nathalie ROBERT [7072],18 on 14 October 1902 in Immaculee Conception, Montréal, Québec, Canada.18

26 F iii. Elizabeth Beatrice "Emma" CLOUGH [7073].18

Elizabeth married Louis Robert TROTTIER [7074],18 son of Edouard TROTTIER [7075]18 and Eleonore BERRY [7076],18 on 28 June 1902 in Immaculee Conception, Montréal, Québec, Canada.18
Source Citations

1. St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet Church Records.
2. St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec Church Records.
3. New Hampshire, Marriage and Divorce Records, 1659-1947.
4. Canadian Government. .... 1871 Canadian Census.
5. Trois-Rivières Methodist Church Records.
6. St-Édouard, Gentilly, Nicolet Church Records. .... St-Grégoire-le-Grand, Nicolet, Québec Church Records.
7. St-Grégoire-le-Grand, Nicolet, Québec Church Records.
8. Cathédrale St-Jean-Baptiste, Nicolet, Québec Church Records.
9. Drouin Institute.
10. Drouin - Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal Church Records, Basilique Notre-Dame, Montréal Church Records.
11. LDS - 1881 Canadian Census, 1881 Canadian Census, St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec.
12. St-Célestin, Nicolet, Québec Church Records. .... St-Grégoire-le-Grand, Nicolet, Québec Church Records.
13. Vermont, Death Records, 1909-2008.
14. New Hampshire, Marriage Records Index, 1637-1947 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.
15. New York, County Marriages, 1847-1848; 1908-1936.
16. Drouin - Notre-Dame-de-Montréal Church Records, Notre-Dame-de-Montréal Church Records.
17. St-Pierre Apotre, Montréal Church Records.
18. Immaculee Conception, Montréal Church Records.


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