Camille Boudreau

M, (24 July 1898 - 27 October 1975)
Father-Biological*Pierre Joseph Boudreau b. 20 Mar 1872, d. 7 Jun 1947
Mother-Biological*Priscille Haché b. 14 Aug 1872, d. 7 Sep 1936
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Last Edited=10 Jun 2023
Camille and Bibianne Boudreau
     Camille Boudreau was born on 24 July 1898 at Paquetville, New Brunswick, Canada.1,2,3,4,5,6 He was the son of Pierre Joseph Boudreau and Priscille Haché. Camille Boudreau was christened on 25 July 1899 at Paquetville, New Brunswick, Canada, by Father R. Gagnon.3 Heappeared on the US Census of 1911 in the household of Pierre Joseph Boudreau and Priscille Haché.7 Camille Boudreau and Marie Rose Bibianne Légère immigrated on 2 October 1920 On 2 October 1923 Camille and Bibianne entered the United States at St. Albans, Vermont from Canada and then moved to Melrose, New York and thence to Bridgeport, Connecticut.1

Camille Boudreau, age 25, married Marie Rose Bibianne Légère, age 23 , daughter of Augustin Légère and Geneviève Godin, on 4 September 1923. The marriage was performed by Father Robichaud.1,2,3,8 Camille, age 31 years, and Marie, age 29 years, appeared on the US Census of 1930 at Bridgeport, Connecticut.9 Camille and Mariemoved to Athol, Massachusetts, between 1930 and 1934.3 According to the census in 1930, Camille was a laborer in a brass factory.9 He was naturalized on 1 March 1934 On 1 March 1934, Camille Boudreau declared his intention to become a citizen of the United States.1 He was naturalized on 28 November 1938.10 Camille registered for the draft giving his age as 43; his address as 40 Yale Avenue, Athol, Massachusetts; and his employer as Union Twist Drill. on 15 February 1942 at Athol, Massachusetts.6 He was retired in 1970; from the Union Twist Drill Company where he was a precision grinder.3 He died on 27 October 1975 at Athol, Massachusetts, at age 77.11,2,3,5,12,13 He was buried at Silver Lake Cemetery, Athol, Massachusetts.

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