Therese Boucher

AncientFaces Member since Jan 13, 2006

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Joseph Was born in Lanoraie, Quebec in 1823. He married Josephine Comtios on July 7, 1845. They settled in Northborough, Ma about the year 1868. The family...
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This is a cabinet card photo taken about 1915 in a studio in Springfield, MA, based on the collars and clothing.
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This tin type photo was taken in the 1890s, so the person was born between 1855 and 1870.
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Harold was born in 1920, the son of John J McGinnis and Jennie Fenner McGinnis. He served as a Pfc. in the "5307th Composite Unit (Provisional)" also known...
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John was born in 1876, the son of John Patrick McGinnis and Johanna Mountain McGinnis, who were both from Ireland. He was a bugler during the Spanish...
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OBIT: Mrs. Johanna McGinnis, the widow of John McGinnis and a most estimable Christian woman, died in the family home, 612 Thomas Street. An illness from...
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Julia is the daughter of Charles McKernan & Catherine(McDonell) McKernan. She was born in Miramichi, New Brunswick on June 2, 1874, and lived in New...
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Ida is the daughter of Luther Fenner and Lucy Ida Bitgood, and the sister of Henry Eugene Fenner, who is buried in the same cemetery. She was probably born...
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EEverett was the son of Charles and Lucy Ida Fenner Bugbee. He was disabled at some point in his life and lived to the age of twenty-four. He appears on the...
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Johanna Therese Mountain McGinnis died in 1905. Her obit read: Mrs. Johanna McGinnis, the widow of John McGinnis and a most estimable Christian woman, died...
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Therese Boucher I couldn’t have been more than five years old, when my uncle Joe worked in the factory down the street from our house in Northboro. He was the boss, with his own desk and a window on the front of the building. And he was awful good to me, so I would run away from home to see him. I knew just where his office was, so I would sit under his window, till he opened it. I knew he would give me a little striped bag of candy. And that candy was good! But when I got home, my mother would give me an awful licking! As told by Lillian DesRosier Howard. A photo of Lillie and Uncle Joe are also posted.
Oct 05, 2006 · posted to the surname Des Rosier