Source Citations for Bert Horton
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periodical-les-ages-de-soeurs-et-freres-1967: “Les âges de trois soeurs et deux frères forment l'imposant total de 434 ans,” human interest; La Tribune (Sherbrooke, Québec), 20 April 1967 (Thursday), page 11, column 1; photocopy, privately held [A copy can also be found on the website of BAnQ (Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec), under the BAnQ Numérique link; this provided the page number, but doesn’t contain Victoria’s granddaughter’s notes.]
Source Reference Details
Comment Detail: Source includes name (Bert Horton).
Comment Detail: Source identifies "Mrs Bert Horton" as one of Richard Lessard's three living daughters, Anna, Mélina, and Victoria. The latter two are explicitly identified, implying that Anna Lessared was married to Bert Horton.
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Comment Detail: Source includes location (Clairmont [likely a misspelling of Claremont], N.H.) and article date of 20 April 1967.