Roy Family Genealogy

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301 Find-a-Grave state hew was born in Sanford, Maine. Swett, Wilbraham Wentworth (I12681)
 
302 Fitzgibbon (1997) gives the date as 14 June 1864 Flanders, Private Samuel Webb (I11885)
 
303 Four of their children died in infancy. Family F1312
 
304 Françoise Sénat's name was also spelt Françoise Senard. Sénat, Françoise (I9972)
 
305 Frugé (1972) gives the year of her birth as 1708. Cormier, Marguerite (I12525)
 
306 Frugé (1972) gives their marriage as about 1700. Family F1293
 
307 Full cause of death reads "Peritonitis, plastic, caused by perforation of abdominal cavity from vagina probably in attempt to causer abortion.Brindle, Stella E. (I12086)
 
308 Full proof of her paternity has yet to be found. Poirier, Anne (I1984)
 
309 Gallant (1958) gives her death place as Bathurst, New Brunswick. Haché, Marie-Jeanne (I1070)
 
310 Gaspard (1994) gives his birth place as Pisiquit, Acadia. Boudrot, Charles (I1114)
 
311 Geoffrey "le Bel, meaning "the Handsome" was the first to use the Plantagenet name. One story relates that his father, Fulk the Younger atoned for some evil deed by being scourged with broom twigs or planta genista before the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Another story relates that Geoffrey wore a sprig of broom or planta genista in his hat. Regardless, it is generally agreed upon that the family name of "Plantagenet" has its origins with the planta genista or broom plant Geoffrey V "Plantagenent" Count of Anjou, Duke of Normandy (I2820)
 
312 Gozzaldi (1930) gives the year as 1669. Adams, Capt. Samuel (I11201)
 
313 Gozzaldi (1930) on page 152, gives the date as 21 August 1663, a mis-reading of the month number. Family F1012
 
314 He also had carcinoma of the bladder Green, Charles King (I12107)
 
315 He died an infant. Boudreau, Joseph (I11489)
 
316 He died at 12:30 AM Sahr, Louis Leo (I1537)
 
317 He died at sea on board the Violet while being transported to France.
 
Hébert dit Manuel, Charles (I12420)
 
318 He died in infancy Powers, Jesse (I12780)
 
319 He died in infancy. Powers, David (I12781)
 
320 He died unmarried Scully, Joseph D. (I814)
 
321 He died unmarried. Blanchard, Étienne (I12162)
 
322 He died unmarried. Dugas, Joseph-Amable (I12626)
 
323 He died very suddenly on Sunday afternoon. His obituary states that he "was suddenly attachked by neuralgia of the heart, though he had suffered with catarrh of the stomach for a few weeks." The obituary also states, "He was a man of strong convictions, devoted to his family, friends and the religion he espoused, being a member and deacon of the Congregational Church for many years." Ward, Deacon Thomas Harris (I613)
 
324 He died while a prisioner of the Persians. Nu'man III au-Qabus King of Hira (I9726)
 
325 He died without issue. Sir Geoffrey VI of Anjou Count of Anjou and Nantes (I11735)
 
326 He is also known as Zaid Qusayy "Munjammi" (I9782)
 
327 He is buried with his wife. Goodell, Rufus Westley (I13025)
 
328 He later fled to Caraquet, New Brunswick Haché dit Gallant, René (I1494)
 
329 He moved after the death of his second wife, Hannah Day. Eddy, Benjamin (I12712)
 
330 He never married Boudreau, Osithe (I11483)
 
331 He never married. Robichaud, Augustin (I12393)
 
332 He never married. Myers, Joseph Regis (I11291)
 
333 He never married. Carter, John Bullard (I12874)
 
334 He was a quarryman at the time of his death. Lord, Otis A. (I11650)
 
335 He was a twin O'Neil, Michael Joseph (I830)
 
336 He was a twin Geiger, Joseph (I12005)
 
337 He was a twin Geiger, Jonas Benjamin (I10000)
 
338 He was a twin of Nancy Cheney Ward Ward, Nelson Cheney (I11926)
 
339 He was a twin. Boudrot, Claude (I12327)
 
340 He was a twin. Boudrot, Jean-Baptiste (I12328)
 
341 He was a twin. Robichaud, René (I12390)
 
342 He was a twin. Robichaud, Charles (I12391)
 
343 He was a twin. Dugas, Joseph (I2035)
 
344 He was a twin. Dugas, Pierre (I12624)
 
345 He was a twin. Carter, the Rev. Lucius (I12871)
 
346 He was a twin. Demers, Charles (I13203)
 
347 He was a twin. Demers, François (I13204)
 
348 He was a twin. Payet, Jean-Baptiste-Abraham (I13302)
 
349 He was also known as Amable Auguste Comier Cormier, Auguste (I11494)
 
350 He was also known as Joseph Ovilia Roy, according to his birth certificate. Roy, Napoleon Ovita (I11179)
 
351 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Whelpley, Matthew Edmund (I11164)
 
352 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Whelpley, Jeremy Kayne (I11)
 
353 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Boudreau, Catherine Marie (I1043)
 
354 He was born on his father's farm which was two miles from Coldbrook. Harding, George (I338)
 
355 He was born probably on Cape Cod. Mayhew, Nathaniel (I4506)
 
356 He was bound for France after expulsion. Boudrot, Jean-Baptiste (I12328)
 
357 He was buried in the City Burial Ground. This cemetery was taken by the city and a library built on it. No marker of Plinny's grave exists. Goodell, Plinny Brit (I13026)
 
358 He was christened as François Bonin. Burnett, Franklin (I9898)
 
359 He was christened at the age of two months. Godin, Vital (I12610)
 
360 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Whelpley, Jeremy Kayne (I11)
 
361 He was christened by Father Ernest Lapierre Boudreau, Joseph Paul Leonel (I11518)
 
362 He was christened by Father R. Gagnon. Boudreau, Camille (I1037)
 
363 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Boudreau, Joseph Ernest (I11519)
 
364 He was eight months and three days old. Gauvin, Pélagie (I1743)
 
365 He was killed in an accident on the job. The bridge tenders were engaged in swinging a railroad bridge in a high wind, make the job quite difficult. He was braced against the lever with his shoulder. When a lull in the wind let the bridge swing free so suddenly that he lost his balance and fell thirty feet to the river bank below. He struck the bank with his head fracturing it, and causing a speedy death.
 
Goodell, Plinny Brit (I13026)
 
366 He was not mentioned in his father's will. Eddy, Jonathan (I12727)
 
367 He was on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem when he died. Otto I von Scheyern Count in the Middel Paar and Scheyern on the Ilm (I4082)
 
368 He was the first baby baptized in Paquetville Légère, Augustin (I1032)
 
369 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Welsh, David Allen II (I11165)
 
370 He was then under the care of Daniel Gale. Eddy, Rufus Harrington (I1085)
 
371 Her baptismal name was Marie Melvina Evageline  Manny, Evangalina (I9)
 
372 Her birth date in the records read "28 (1) 1634." She was the daughter of Griffin and Dorcas (French) Craft. Craft, Abigail (I11206)
 
373 Her birth date is listed as "May 1845" in the 1900 Census. Tulley, Ann (I6306)
 
374 Her birth may have been 26 Oct 1733 instead of 23. Eddy, Ruth (I12717)
 
375 Her birth name was Lavina Johnson, but she always used Rebecca. Johnson, Rebecca (I1086)
 
376 Her birth was recorded as 11 (7) 1645. Cooper, Mary (I1121)
 
377 Her birth was registered in Carlton, New Brunswick. Blanchard, Judith (I1072)
 
378 Her burial may have been on the 21st of November. Blanchard, Marie (I12157)
 
379 Her Death Certificate gives her birth date as 14 September 1875 Reardon, Julia A. (I823)
 
380 Her death certificate lists her birth date as 12 March 1879, clearly in error Reardon, Ellen (I824)
 
381 Her death certificate lists her birth year as 1910. Sullivan, Loretta (I11232)
 
382 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Boudreau, Jody Ann (I850)
 
383 Her last name is also spelt "Kemp". Camp, Hannah (I2156)
 
384 Her last name is also spelt "Kiel" Kiehl, Catherina (I10003)
 
385 Her last name is also spelt "Shelle" Shelley, Catherine (I10792)
 
386 Her last name may have been LeBreche Panker, Mary-Josephine (I11795)
 
387 Her last name was generally written "Moss", but that is the New England pronunciation of "Morse". Moss, Hannah (I857)
 
388 Her name is also rendered Rosanna and Roxcinda Webb, Roxana (I252)
 
389 Her name is also spelt "Isabelle". Boudrot, Élisabeth (I12111)
 
390 Her name is missing from the town records as the page is torn. Johnson, daughter (I12749)
 
391 Her name was also recorded as "Catherine". Heinz, Kathryn A. (I11082)
 
392 Her name was also spelt "Athalie" or "Anastasie." Bonin, Nathalie (I9954)
 
393 Her name was listed as Jane Brooks in Francis Gladwin's Biography Brasher, Jane (I2318)
 
394 Her name was not Roxanna. Ward, Roxy M. (I11930)
 
395 His birth name may have been Françis Bonin Burnett, Franklin (I9898)
 
396 His birth was recorded as 9 (5) 1641. Meriam, Deacon John (I1120)
 
397 His birth was registered in Carlton, New Brunswick. Landry, Maxime (I1742)
 
398 His christening name was Marie-Pélagie Godin, Pélagie (I12551)
 
399 His death certificate lists his birth as about 1883 in High Gates, Vermont Burnett, Francis William (I1080)
 
400 His death certificate states he was born 1847 in Michigan, but his gravestone says 1840. Census records indicate 1847. Sherwin, Sylvester Noble (I11680)
 

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