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When Exarée Jean was born on October 16, 1851, in L'îsle-Verte in Quebec, her father, Edouard, was 30, and her mother, Adélaide, was 37. She was born into a Catholic family. She married [[Hospice Hudon]] in 1874 in St-Éloi, Quebec, when she was 22 years old. They had 12 children in 18 years. In 1908, at the age of 56, Exarée Jean moved to the States with her husband and their 4 youngest children, and joined their son Alfred who arrived in 1906. As per the 1910 census she was able to read and write. Sadly it is also recorded that out of the 12 children, only 6 of them were still alive. There’s a picture of her and family (see below) in Dinsmore, Saskatchewan in 1915.  The 1916 census recorded her residence in Kindersley, SK with her daughter Augustine’s family and in the 1921 census as living with her son’s Alfred Hudon’s family in Prince Albert, SK. The 1921 census also recorded her husband as “deaf and mute”. She died on February 17, 1924, at the age of 72.  
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When Exarée Jean was born on October 16, 1851, in L'îsle-Verte in Quebec, her father, Edouard, was 30, and her mother, Adélaide, was 37. She was born into a Catholic family. She married [[Hospice Hudon]] in 1874 in St-Éloi, Quebec, when she was 22 years old. They had 12 children in 18 years. In 1908, at the age of 56, Exarée Jean moved to the States with her husband and their 4 youngest children. They joined their son Alfred who arrived in 1906. As per the 1910 census she was able to read and write. Sadly it is also recorded that out of the 12 children, only 6 of them were still alive. There’s a picture of her and family (see below) in Dinsmore, Saskatchewan in 1915.  The 1916 census recorded her residence in Kindersley, SK with her daughter Augustine’s family and in the 1921 census as living with her son’s Alfred Hudon’s family in Prince Albert, SK. The 1921 census also recorded her husband as “deaf and mute”. She died on February 17, 1924, at the age of 72.  
  
 
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Exarée Jean

Lorsque Exarée Jean est née le 16 octobre 1851, à L'îsle-Verte au Québec, son père, Edouard, avait 30 ans et sa mère, Adélaide, avait 37 ans. Elle est née dans une famille Catholique. Elle a épousé Hospice Hudon en 1874 à St-Éloi, au Québec, à l'âge de 22 ans. Ils ont eu 12 enfants en 18 ans. En 1908, à l'âge de 56 ans, Exarée Jean est allée à Bristol, Massachusetts, aux États-Unis, avec son mari et ses 4 plus jeunes enfants et ont rejoint leur fils, Alfred, arrivé en 1906. Selon le recensement de 1910, elle savait lire et écrire. Malheureusement, on note également que parmi les 12 enfants, seulement 6 d'entre eux étaient encore en vie. Il y a une photo d'elle et de sa famille (voir ci-dessous) à Dinsmore, en Saskatchewan, en 1915. Le recensement de 1916 enregistre sa résidence à Kindersley, en Saskatchewan, avec la famille de sa fille Augustine. Dans le recensement de 1921 elle vivant avec la famille d'Alfred Hudon, son fils, à Prince Albert, SK. Le recensement de 1921 a également enregistré son mari comme «sourd et muet». Elle est décédée le 17 février 1924 à l'âge de 72 ans.

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When Exarée Jean was born on October 16, 1851, in L'îsle-Verte in Quebec, her father, Edouard, was 30, and her mother, Adélaide, was 37. She was born into a Catholic family. She married Hospice Hudon in 1874 in St-Éloi, Quebec, when she was 22 years old. They had 12 children in 18 years. In 1908, at the age of 56, Exarée Jean moved to the States with her husband and their 4 youngest children. They joined their son Alfred who arrived in 1906. As per the 1910 census she was able to read and write. Sadly it is also recorded that out of the 12 children, only 6 of them were still alive. There’s a picture of her and family (see below) in Dinsmore, Saskatchewan in 1915. The 1916 census recorded her residence in Kindersley, SK with her daughter Augustine’s family and in the 1921 census as living with her son’s Alfred Hudon’s family in Prince Albert, SK. The 1921 census also recorded her husband as “deaf and mute”. She died on February 17, 1924, at the age of 72.

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