Louise (Guay) Carrier

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Louise Guay Carrier was born into the Guay family and married into the Carrier family.


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Louise Carrier
around 1876 - Jun 14, 1936
Louise Carrier
around 1855 - Apr 29, 1900
Louise Carrier
Oct 27, 1905 - May 1970
Washington, District of Columbia
Louise Carrier
Mar 29, 1907 - April 1987
Saint John, Kansas
Louise Carrier
May 26, 1903 - Nov 22, 2001
Port Arthur, TX
Louise Carrier
Jul 12, 1910 - Jul 5, 1992
Houston, TX
Louise M Carrier
Jun 8, 1932 - Aug 20, 1997
Lake Charles, LA
Louise Carrier
Dec 16, 1922 - Nov 3, 2007
Knoxville, TN
Louise S Carrier
Oct 2, 1892 - May 15, 1966
Louisville, KY
Louise M Carrier
Jul 7, 1888 - Jul 28, 1988
Battle Creek, MI
Louise W Carrier
Oct 27, 1916 - Jan 9, 2009
Gerton, NC
Louise R Carrier
Feb 14, 1916 - Sep 4, 2006
Smyrna, TN
Louise E Carrier
Jul 25, 1893 - May 1991
Louise M Carrier
Oct 30, 1907 - Sep 22, 1987
Westfield, MA
Louise Carrier
Aug 24, 1894 - December 1973
Andover, MA
Louise A Carrier
Jul 6, 1921 - Oct 25, 2005
Auburn, ME

Other Carriers

Joseph Lebrun-Carrier
Aug 4, 1712 - Dec 24, 1749
Marianne Carrier Gelley
Born: Aug 19, 1740
Thomas 1682 1682 Carrier
Jul 18, 1682 - Mar 7, 1740
Miss Carrier
Born: Mar 6, 1706
Hannah Carrier
May 1, 1708 - Feb 2, 1741
Sarah Carrier
Born: Oct 21, 1710
Lydia Carrier
Born: Jul 2, 1712
Caleb Carrier
Born: Oct 17, 1715
Hulda Carrier
Born: 1716
Isaac Carrier
Jul 5, 1718 - Feb 14, 1742
Rachel Carrier
Born: Sep 15, 1720
Jeremiah Carrier
Born: Jul 28, 1722

Other Guays

Marie Doiron Guay
around 1762 - around 1794
Anne Brisson Guay
Oct 7, 1672 - Nov 27, 1694
Geneviève Guay
1731 - 1796
Louis Guay
Born: Apr 19, 1690
Noël Guay Guay Ii, Ii
Sep 7, 1719 - Jun 17, 1759
Joseph Guay
Aug 11, 1766 - Apr 22, 1844
Jacques Guay
Mar 1, 1664 - Dec 11, 1749
Genevieve Guay
1810 - Feb 20, 1893
Joseph-Jean Guay
around Apr 23, 1722 - around May 20, 1776
Genevieve Guay
Mar 25, 1707 - February 1734
Noël Guay Dit Guay Castonguay
Jul 10, 1688 - Aug 6, 1728

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around 1260 - around 1290
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Born: 1698
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May 22, 1828 - Mar 27, 1902
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Jan 7, 1849 - Nov 19, 1917
George M. Leonard
Born: 1868
Steven Young
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Nicolas-Michel Caron
Jul 16, 1733 - 1784
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Thomas Bolling, Ii
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Ruth Bryan Owen
Oct 2, 1885 - Jul 26, 1954
Angélique Bray
1736 - Mar 1, 1815
Alice Hull Wyatt
May 20, 1730 - Feb 28, 1818
Oliver Hull Hull
around Mar 3, 1731 - Jan 8, 1803
Penelope Fones Hull
1732 - Mar 17, 1795
Hannah Hull Weeden
Jan 16, 1732 - Jul 5, 1812
Tiddeman Hull
around Feb 1, 1733 - 1795
Benjamin Underwood
Born: around 1736
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around Feb 12, 1739 - around 1742
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