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Marie-Angelique (Falardeau) Laberge

bapt. January 18, 1824 Loretteville, Quebec
m. July 08, 1851 Beauport, Quebec
d. August 10, 1877 (burial) Beauport, Quebec

Spouse:

Jean-Baptiste Laberge

Children:

1. Unnamed Laberge (b. 1852; d. September 11, 1852 (burial) Beauport, Quebec)
2. Joseph Jean-Baptiste Laberge (bapt. September 11, 1853 Beauport, Quebec)
3. Marie Delphine (Laberge) Morissette (b. April 17, 1855 Beauport, Quebec; m. Francis Morissette on January 01, 1882 Chicago, Illinois U.S.A.; d. October 14, 1926)
4. Cyrille A. LaBarge (bapt. March 26, 1857 Beauport, District of Canada East (Quebec), Canada (English Colony); m. February 16, 1886 Stevenson, Michigan U.S.A.; d. March 08, 1945 Grand Rapids, Wisconsin U.S.A.)
5. Charles Hilaire Laberge (bapt. December 17, 1858 Beauport, Quebec; m. October 14, 1879; d. about 1919)
6. Alfred Laberge (bapt. March 17, 1860 Beauport, Quebec; m. Athala (Unknown) Laberge in about 1878)
7. Pierre Maxime Laberge (bapt. June 08, 1862 Beauport, Quebec; d. January 17, 1864 (burial) Beauport, Quebec)
8. Louis Napoleon Laberge (bapt. June 01, 1864 Beauport, Quebec)
9. Marie Aurelle Delia (Laberge) Rouseau (bapt. January 07, 1866 Beauport, Quebec; m. Unknown Rouseau)

Biography:

Marie-Angelique's son, Cyrille LaBarge most likely immigrated to the United States in 1885, perhaps with his sister, Delia. According to the 1900 and 1920 US censuses, Cyrille and his parents are listed as English Canadian. While in the 1910 census Cyril and his parents are listed as French Canadian. The name and family records would indicate that Cyrille and his parents are French Canadian. The reason for this confusion might be because Cyrille's wife, Caroline is rumored to be part American Indian, something which she tried to hide for most of her life. There seems to be little doubt about Cyrille's parents though, both of whom were French Canadian.

In fact, a number of her children immigrated to the United States. Marie Delphine immigrated to Illinois prior to 1882 and married there. Delia also immigrated and lived the rest of her life in the United States.

Quebec

Ethnicity:

 

References:

-Marie-Angelique Falardeau's baptismal record from St-Ambroise-de-la-Jeune-Lorette in Loretteville, Quebec. 1824.
-Jean-Baptiste Laberge & Angelique Falardeau's marriage record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1851.
-Unnamed Laberge's burial record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1852.
-Joseph Jean-Baptiste Laberge's baptismal record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1853.
-Marie Delphine Laberge's baptismal record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1855.
-Cyrille Laberge's baptismal record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1857.
-Charles Hilaire Laberge's baptismal record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1858.
-Alfred Laberge's baptismal record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1860.
-Pierre Maxime Laberge's baptismal record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1862.
-Pierre Maxime Laberge's burial record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1864.
-Louis Napolean Laberge's baptismal record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1864.
-Marie Delia Laberge's baptismal record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1866.
-1871 Canadian Census Record.
-Marie-Angelique (Falardeau) Laberge's burial record from La Nativite-de-Notre-Dame in Beauport, Quebec. 1877.
-Charles Hilaire Laberge's marriage record from St-Prime. 1879.
-Marie Delphine Laberge & Francis Morissette's marriage license. State of Illinois. Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. 1882.
-1891 Canadian Census Record.
-1900 United States Federal Census Record (view document)
-1910 United States Federal Census Record (view document)
-1920 United States Federal Census Record (view document)
-Marie Delphine (Laberge) Morissette's tombstone. Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Chicago, Illinois, U.S.A. 1926.
-Cyrille Laberge's death certificate. State of Wisconsin. Grand Rapids, Wisconsin U.S.A. 1945.