MORISSETTE was born about 1752. She died. Parents:
Joseph MORISSET Sr. and Marie Anne GUILLEMET.|
Marie Louise MORISSETTE was born about 1765. She died. Parents: Joseph MORISSET Sr. and Marie Anne GUILLEMET.
Maurice MORISSETTE was born about 1903. He died. Parents: Fortunat MORISSETTE and Roseanna NIQUETTE.
Rosa MORISSETTE was born about 1897 in St-Nazaire, Acton, Bagot, PQ, Canada.3423 Birth year assumed. She emigrated on September 21, 1916 from St-Nicéphore, Drummond, PQ, Canada.3424,3425 Through Newport, VT. She lived at 23 Main St. in Nashua, NH on September 21, 1916. She lived at 11½ Granite St. in Nashua, NH on August 5, 1920.3426 She died on January 17, 1985 in Nashua, NH.3427 Parents: Fortunat MORISSETTE and Roseanna NIQUETTE.
Spouse: Oscar NIQUETTE. Oscar NIQUETTE and Rosa MORISSETTE were married on June 27, 1916 in St-Nazaire, Acton, Bagot, PQ, Canada.321,928 Children were: Adrien NIQUETTE, Lillian NIQUETTE, Living, Living.
Gelanire MORNEAU was born in 1849.731 She died in 1924.731
Jean MORNEAU was born about 1650. He died before June 1693.3428
Marie-Félicité MORNEAU was born on June 3, 1727 in Cap-St-Ignace, Montmagny, Québec, New France.15 She died. She has Ancestral File Number 807.
Spouse: Louis FOURNIER Sr.. Louis FOURNIER Sr. and Marie-Félicité MORNEAU were married on February 11, 1761 in Nôtre-Dame-de-Bonsecours, L'Islet, Canada, British Territory.15 Children were: Marie-Geneviève FOURNIER.
Dorothy Edna MORRISON3429 was born about 1930. She lived in Altadena, CA about 1946. She died. Parents: George MORRISON and Muriel Theresa Mary FORESTAL.
Spouse: Wayne MELIK. Wayne MELIK and Dorothy Edna MORRISON were married about 1950.
Spouse: Wayne Wilson BOATENHAMER. Wayne Wilson BOATENHAMER and Dorothy Edna MORRISON were married about 1961. Children were: Living, Living.
George MORRISON was born about 1868. Was 60 years old when he married Muriel Forestal. He lived in Texas before 1928. He died. He lived in Altadena, CA. He was a Cattleman.
Alpheus MORSE1691 was born about 1745. He died.
Frances Amelia MORSE1691 was born about 1825. She died. Parents: Silas Hibbert MORSE and Elizabeth STEWART.
Spouse: Prime Minister Sir Charles TUPPER. Prime Minister Sir Charles TUPPER and Frances Amelia MORSE were married about 1845.
Silas Hibbert MORSE1691 was born about 1787. He died. Parents: Alpheus MORSE and Theodory CRANE.
William S. MORSE was born in 1865 in Ohio.3430 He died.
Spouse: Edith May HIBBARD.
Irma MORTIER124 was born about 1920. She died.
Spouse: Gerald KING. Gerald KING and Irma MORTIER were married about 1940.
Marie MOTEL82 was born about 1610 in Denant, Vendee, Kingdom of France. She died in The Kingdom of France. She has Ancestral File Number 7053.
Lajoie MOUISIN was born about 1790. She died.
Spouse: Germain PELLETIER. Germain PELLETIER and Lajoie MOUISIN were married on November 6, 1809 in St-Joseph-de-Maskinonge, Maurice-de-Bois-Francs, Quebec, Lower Canada.124 Children were: Celine PELLETIER.
Jeanne MOULIN82 was born about 1505 in Tourouvre, Orne, Kingdom of France. She died in The Kingdom of France. She has Ancestral File Number 56911.
Marguerite MOULINET1413 was born about 1620. She died. She has Ancestral File Number 4659.
Lois MOULTON247 was born about 1695. She died.
Noemi MOURLON12 was born about 1615. She died. She has Ancestral File Number A5791.
Thomas Bernard MOUROUKAS was born about 1962. He died in 1997.2139 Parents: Living and Living.
Charles MOURSIN dit Lajoie was born on March 19, 1829 in St-Joseph, Maskinonge, Québec, Lower Canada.448 In 1880 he was a Farmer. He died on May 25, 1899 in Bay City, MI.448 Parents: Olivier MOURSIN dit Lajoie and Marie Rose GOULIN.
Olivier MOURSIN dit Lajoie was born about 1791 in Québec, Lower Canada.2361 He died after 1851 in Belleville, Hastings, Ontario, Upper Canada.2361
Spouse: Marie Rose GOULIN. Olivier MOURSIN dit Lajoie and Marie Rose GOULIN were married on July 29, 1822 in St-Joseph Church, Maskinonge, Québec, Lower Canada.2361 Children were: Charles MOURSIN dit Lajoie.
Charles MOUSSEAU was born about 1830. He lived in Dixon, Lee County, IL before 1855.1714 He died.
Spouse: Julia CROSSMAN. Charles MOUSSEAU and Julia CROSSMAN were married about 1855.
Florida MOUSSEAU295 was born about 1903. She died. Parents: Narcisse MOUSSEAU and Felicite SYLVESTRE dit Beausoleil.
Spouse: Arthur BOURNIVAL. Arthur BOURNIVAL and Florida MOUSSEAU were married about 1925.
Marie-Blanche MOUSSEAU was born about 1900. She died.
Spouse: Henri BEAUSOLEIL. Henri BEAUSOLEIL and Marie-Blanche MOUSSEAU were married on July 2, 1919 in St-Charles-de-Mandville, Portneuf, PQ, Canada.295 Children were: Roland BEAUSOLEIL, Rita Emerancienne BEAUSOLEIL, William Roger BEAUSOLEIL, Ella Marie-Ange BEAUSOLEIL, Living, Living, Living, Living, Living, Living.
Narcisse MOUSSEAU was born about 1860. He died.
Spouse: Felicite SYLVESTRE dit Beausoleil. Narcisse MOUSSEAU and Felicite SYLVESTRE dit Beausoleil were married on August 19, 1901 in St-Gabriel-de-Brandon, Berthier, PQ, Canada.397 Children were: Florida MOUSSEAU, Pulchereie MOUSSEAU.
Pulchereie MOUSSEAU295 was born about 1905. She died. Parents: Narcisse MOUSSEAU and Felicite SYLVESTRE dit Beausoleil.
Spouse: Rosaire PAQUIN. Rosaire PAQUIN and Pulchereie MOUSSEAU were married about 1925.
Calvin MOYERS was born about 1830 in Tennessee.93 He died.
Lino Lee MOZZI was born on December 24, 1925 in Schenectady, NY.3432 He graduated from Mont Pleasant High School in 1943 in Schenectady, NY. He died on July 20, 2005 in Rotterdam, NY.3432 He was buried in Gerald B.H. Soloman Saratoga National Cemetery, Schuylerville, NY. Section CW 12, Row A, Site 19. He served in the military. U.S. Navy; Standard Landing Craft Unit #32 in Iwo Jima. Received the American Theater Medal, Asiatic Pacific Medal, Victory Medal, and the Presidential Unit Citation. He was a Toolmaker in Schenectady, NY. General Electric. 38 years. Member of the Sudsy's Golf League.
Spouse: . Lino Lee MOZZI and Marilyn Anita ROBERTS were married on February 6, 1954 in Immaculate Conception Church, Schenectady, NY.551 Children were: Living, Living, Living.
Marie Aurelie MUIR was born on April 10, 1839 in St-Mathieu, Beloeil, Vercheres, Quebec, Lower Canada.482 She died. Sister of husband's first wife Marie Hermine Delisle.
Marie Hermine MUIR was born in 1842 in Beloeil, Vercheres, Quebec, Canada East.482 She died. Sister of widower's second wife Marie Auralie Delisle.
Jeanne MULLARD was baptized on July 9, 1597 in St-Aubin, Tourouvre, Orne, Kingdom of France.82 She was born about July 1597. She died after April 21, 1649 in St-Aubin, Tourouvre, Orne, Kingdom of France.82 She has Ancestral File Number 3489. Parents: Robert MULLARD and Francoise LOUSCHE Jr..
Spouse: Pierre RIVARD. Pierre RIVARD and Jeanne MULLARD were married on November 11, 1613 in St-Aubin, Tourouvre, Orne, Kingdom of France.82 Children were: Nicolas RIVARD dit Lavigne, Robert RIVARD dit Loranger.
Robert MULLARD was born about 1560. He died before March 6, 1614.82 He has Ancestral File Number 6978.
Jean MULLIER82 was born about 1600 in St-Pierre, La Poterie, Orne, Kingdom of France. He died in The Kingdom of France. He has Ancestral File Number 7114.
Marguerite MULLIER was born in 1629 in St-Pierre, La Poterie, Orne, Kingdom of France.82 She died after July 20, 1692 in L'Ange-Gardien, Montmorency, Quebec, New France.82 She has Ancestral File Number 3557. Parents: Jean MULLIER and Catherine CHAUVIN.
Spouse: Jacques GOULET. Jacques GOULET and Marguerite MULLIER were married on November 21, 1645 in La-Poterie, Orne, Kingdom of France.82 Children were: Nicolas GOULET, Louis GOULET, Charles GOULET, Antoine GOULET.
Jean MULOIN was born about 1660. He died on March 7, 1688.420
George Monroe MULVANY was born on November 10, 1933 in Kerney, NE.484 He died on March 21, 2000 in West Hills, CA.359 He served in the military. US Navy. Pilot for 26 years. He was cremated. Buried at sea off the coast of Los Angeles County.
Spouse: . George Monroe MULVANY and Deborah DOERSCHLAG were married on July 12, 1958 in Pasadena, CA.359 Children were: Living, Living, Living.
Abraham MUNDEN was born about 1625. He died on October 29, 1645.3433 Drowned with William and Jesse Munden.
Mary MUNDEN was born on August 8, 1645 in Springfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony.51 She died. Parents: Abraham MUNDEN and Ann MUNSON.
James R. MUNKITTRICK294 was born about 1875. He died.
Spouse: Augusta ARMSTRONG. James R. MUNKITTRICK and Augusta ARMSTRONG were married about 1900.
Charlotte MUNRO was born about May 18, 1773 in St-Charles, Bellechasse, Quebec, British Territory.1644 She died on August 18, 1807 in St-Etienne, Beaumont, Lower Canada.1644
Spouse: Jean-Baptiste CÔTÉ Sr.. Jean-Baptiste CÔTÉ Sr. and Charlotte MUNRO were married on November 10, 1794 in Beaumont, Quebec, Lower Canada.453 Children were: Jean-Baptiste CÔTÉ Jr., Joseph CÔTÉ Sr., Francois Xavier CÔTÉ, Pierre CÔTÉ, Marie CÔTÉ, Georges CÔTÉ Sr..
Louise MUNRO was born about 1775. She died.
Ann MUNSON was born about 1630. She died on June 23, 1655 in Springfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony.3434 Died while giving birth. She has Ancestral File Number A1409. Parents: Captain Thomas MUNSON and Susan.
Spouse: Deacon John STEBBINS Sr.. Deacon John STEBBINS Sr. and Ann MUNSON were married on May 14, 1646 in Springfield, Massachusetts Bay Colony.3434 Children were: Captain Jean STEBBINS Jr., Thomas STEBBINS, Anne STEBBINS, Edward STEBBINS, Benoni STEBBINS.
Elisabeth MUNSON was born about 1640. She died on December 18, 1706.51 Parents: Captain Thomas MUNSON and Joanna.
Hannah MUNSON was born on April 11, 1648.51 She died. Parents: Captain Thomas MUNSON and Joanna.
Kenneth Ray MUNSON was born on July 8, 1908 in Hyde Park, VT.1274 In 1938 he was a Farmer. He died on February 12, 1998 in West Paris, ME.385 He was cremated.
Samuel MUNSON was born before June 7, 1643 in New Haven Colony.51 He was christened on August 7, 1643. He died in 1693 in New Haven, Connecticut Colony.51 Parents: Captain Thomas MUNSON and Joanna.
Captain Thomas MUNSON was born about 1612 in The Kingdom of England.3435 He served in the military in May 1637. Pequot War. Ninety colonists and 70 Mohegan Indians fought and killed 600 to 700 Pequot Indians. Only two members of the expedition were killed and sixteen were wounded. He lived in Hartford, Connecticut Colony after May 1637. After the war, the returning heroes were alloted 28 acres of land on the northern edge of the present city of Hartford. This tract of land was called the Soldier's Field. Thomas Munson was one of those listed. It is also on record that Lt. Thomas Munson was granted 100 acres of land on May 13, 1673 which was for recognition of his military service. He lived in New Haven Colony after 1639. In 1639, moved from the Hartford plantation to the Qunnipiac. This was a place that the soldiers had seen during their fight with the Pequot Indians. A Fundamental Agreement was signed on June 4, 1639 which established the New Haven settlement. His signature was sixth on the agreement. He and 24 others took up residence between George Street and West Creek, where he lived for 11 years. He received an additional 4 acres for planting, on or about October 1640. At a General Court meeting in 1642, he was made a Sergeant. In 1644, he took the oath of fidelty from Gov. Eaton at a General Court meeting. In 1645, the "Artillery Company" was organized and he was chosen sergeant. He served on a committee to review those who have enjoyed public benefits but have not paid any part of the cost. Most likely a form of taxation. Helped direct the building of the first bridge across the New Haven River. Between the years of 1645 and 1653, he served as Sergeant within the community and performed many civic duties for the General Court. They had to deal with the people of the community as well as the Indians that lived near them. In some of the court cases he would act as anarbitrator to resolve the problems. In 1657, he was chosen one of seven Townsmen at the Court of Elections at New Haven. Serving as Townsmen (Selectmen), he oversaw and helped with the supervision of the building of a new mill in 1659. The people wanted him to build it but he refused; but he left directions on how it was to be done. In 1660, at the Governor's wish, he was sent to trade with the Indians for more land on which to establish more settlements near the Black Rock. The colony of New Haven accepted the General Court's request for a sponsor for a new school house and schoolmaster's residence. He and others were appointed as a committee to see that it was done. The school would teach Latin, Greek, and Hebrew. He was chosen as Ensigne which is an officer who carries the flag but he refused this position. He did afterwards try to perform the function of Ensigne. He was elected as Court Deputy in 1663. Was elected one of nine Deputies to the General Court of Jurisdiction which was the legislature and supreme court of appeals for the Colony. In 1664 or about, Ensigne Thomas Munson was made a Lieutenant for the company. During this time the King was desiring that the Colony of Connecticut take over the Colony of New Haven to rnake one unified Colony for the protection of the settlements . There was much debate over this but the union of New Haven Colony with Connecticut Colony occurred in 1665. Capt. John Nash was chosen to attend the first General Assembly but he was not able to attend and requested that Lieutenant Thomas Munson should attend. At a Court held October 3, 1665, Lieutenant Thomas Munson was appointed foreman of the jury. This was the first trial by jury in New Haven. He was to serve on many juries after this. Between 1665 and 1672, he was heavily involved in the affairs of government of the Colony. He served as Deputy, Commissioner, Townsmen, and Treasurer during this period. He was involved in the affairs of the Indians who desired to have access amongst the land. In 1672, Lieutenant Thomas Munson, now age 60, attended a General Court at Hartford for a special session on the arrival of King Charles' declaration of war against the States General, requesting that the colonies provide for defense against the Dutch. In 1673, at a General Court held at Hartford, the ensuing danger of the approaching Dutch has caused the formation of the Grand Court which has been granted the power to commission military officers and supplies to carry out the defense of the Colony. Lieutenant Thomas Munson was one of those empowered to act as the Grand Committee. The Dutch having shed blood and seized vessels at New York has caused the formation of the Council of War in the Colony which Lieutenant Thomas Munson was made a part for the management of the affairs of war. In March 8, 1675 at a town meeting, he attempts to step down from his position of authority due to his feeling that he is not fit or healthy enough to serve. The Towne requests he stay on until they can find a suitable replacement. He served in the military between 1675 and 1676 in New Haven, Connecticut Colony. King Phillip's War. He may have been in command of the forces to protect the colonists at Stonington and New London. Lieutenant Thomas Munson by his Majesties Name is commanded to take charge of the forces at the County of New Haven. This action occurred on September 19, 1675. In October 1675, Springfield was burned to the ground by the Indians who were at war but a Windsor Indian named Toto who found out the secret was sent to warn the Towne. On October 19th, a formal declaration of war against the Narragansett Indians was declared. He was appointed Commissary in the town of New Haven on December 20, 1675. This office had never before existed. On February 25, 1676, he was appointed Captain. On May 15, 1676. a standing army was formed for the protection from the Indians, numbering some 2,100. He was chosen Captain of New Haven County. The great "Falls Fight" occurred on May 19th in which 200 Indians were killed. On June 12th, King Phillip was shot down by an Indian in Rhode Island Colony. He died on May 7, 1685 in New Haven, Connecticut Colony.3435 He has Ancestral File Number A2818.
Hannah MURDOCK was born on August 25, 1726.215 She died in 1808.215