New England French-American Children's Home 1920 Report
The New England French-American Children's Home, 163 South Street, Fitchburg, Mass. Organized in 1896. Incorporated March 29th, 1899. Twenty-fifth Annual Report with a short Historical Sketch of the Institution from its foundation to the present day.
Names in this online transcription include Ackaert, Amie, Bailey, Barbeau, Beaulieu, Bedard, Belanger, Benoit, Blais, Boisvert, Boudreau, Bourgoin, Brelle, Brisbois, Brunelle, Byron, Cayer, Chandler, Coats, Conardward, Conardy, Corbin, Couplet, Coutu, Crepeau, Cusen, Daigneau, Dallousiere, DeAudrada, Demarais, Denis, DesForges, Devos, Dinelle, Dio, Dufresne, Dumas, Dunning, Fagan, Gendron, Geno, Girouard, Gonyea, Graveline, Gregoire, Guerette, Harvey, Hayward, Hemmingway, Howard, Hyde, Jewett, Joray, Juneau, King, Lachance, LaFleur, Langevin, Laporte, Laramee, Lassonde, Laveyna, Lawrence, Lefevre, Lemoine, Maccabee, Martell, Mills, Nausf, Nicolet, Parisseau, Paul, Perron, Perry, Petit, Phillips, Phoenix, Plays, Prior, Provost, Rainville, Rivard, Rosenberry, Rossier, Salambier, Sargent, Sarrasin, Seabury, Seagrave, Skinner, Sly, Smith, Soudet, St. Germain, St. Onge, Tetreault, Toadvine, Togan.
Labels: Massachusetts, Home Records
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