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A Cossette family portrait:

Note: the numbers refer to the numbers written on the original picture.  They go from 1 to 4 from left to right across the front row and then from 5 to 13 from right to left across the back row.

1.   George Brunnette - Pricille Cossette's (#11) husband
2.   Onesime Cossette - Hyacinth Cossette's son
3.   Anselme Lapointe - Severe LaPointe and Olivine Cossette's son
4.   Adolph Cossette - Delphis Cossette's son
5.   Delvina Sauvageau Cossette - Joseph Sauvageau's daughter and William Cossette's (#6) wife
6.   William Cossette - Hyacinth Cossette's son
7.   Maria Toupin Cossette - Elzear Toupin's daughter and Adolph Cossette's (#4) wife
8.   Olivine Cossette LaPointe - Hyacinth Cossette's daughter, married to Anselme LaPointe (#3)
9.   Ulphie Cossette - Isadore Cossette's son, Delphis Cossette's brother, Hyacinth Cossette's half brother
10. Sophie Toupin Cossette - Alexis Toupin's daughter and Onesime Cossette's (#2) wife
11. Pricille Cossette Brunette - wife of George Brunette (#1)
12. Adeline Cossette Sauvageau - Hyacinth Cossette's daughter, married to Rudolph Sauvageau (#13)
13. Rudolph Sauvageau - Adeline Cossette's (#12) husband

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