Victoria Lessard


Born: Abt 1883 in Québec, Canada

Died: Abt 1980 in Sherbrooke, Québec, Canada

Father: Richard Lessard (c. 1844 – c. 1942)

Mother: Aurélie Provençal (c. 1851 – 1892)

Family #1

Spouse/Partner: Joseph St. Pierre (? – c. 1912)

Married: ? in ?

Child: Joseph Aimé St. Pierre (1910 – 1985)

Child: <private> St. Pierre

Child: <private> St. Pierre

Child: <private> St. Pierre

Child: <private> St. Pierre

Change Date

This data was last changed on 16 Feb 2009, and is stored in datafile B.

Primary and Secondary Sources

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1891 Census of Canada
[applies to name, birth]
Extract from Birth and Baptism Register (Joseph Aimé St. Pierre)
Original recorded in Parish of St. Adolphe of Dudswell, Marbleton, Québec, Canada. [Copy created and certified on 1 Feb 1975 at St. Adlophe of Dudswell by rev. George Delleci[...]. [applies to name]
Interview (<private>] Spear)
Inteview, letter, notes, etc. [applies to name, death]
Newspaper article ("Les âges de trois soeurs et deux frères forment l'imposant total de 434 ans")
La Tribune, Shrebrooke, Québec, Canada; 20 April 1967; page unknown; article at the top of the page and covers the full page width, includes four photographs. [applies to birth]

Research Notes (source comments, unreliable information)

Wolfe was a provincial electoral district in the province of Quebec, Canada. Located in the Estrie region, it was formed in 1890 from a split of Richmond-Wolfe into two ridings including Richmond. In 1970, Wolfe was merged with Richmond which the latter one kept the same name. [on-line information, unverified]

St. Camille is located at the southern junction of routes 216 and 255, roughly 50 miles north of the U.S. border with Vermont.