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When Louise Hudon was born on October 6, 1876, in St-Clément, Quebec, her father, Hospice, was 24, and her mother, Exarée, was 24. She married Joseph Gauthier dit larouche on October 17, 1904, in Fall River, Massachusetts, USA. She died on September 24, 1905, in Quebec at the age of 28, and was buried in Quebec City, Quebec.
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When Louise Hudon was born on October 6, 1876, in St-Clément, Quebec, her father, Hospice, was 24, and her mother, Exarée, was 24. At the age of 4, the 1881 census records her as living with her maternal uncle Edouard Jean, his family and her maternal grand-mother Adélaide Jean in St-Clément. Her brother Joseph was also recorded as living there. Meanwhile her parents were recorded as living in St-Éloi 20 km away. In the 1891 census she was recorded as living with her family in St-Éloi. She married Joseph Gauthier dit larouche on October 17, 1904, in Fall River, Massachusetts, USA. She died on September 24, 1905, in Quebec at the age of 28, and was buried in Quebec City, Quebec.
  
 
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Louise Hudon

When Louise Hudon was born on October 6, 1876, in St-Clément, Quebec, her father, Hospice, was 24, and her mother, Exarée, was 24. At the age of 4, the 1881 census records her as living with her maternal uncle Edouard Jean, his family and her maternal grand-mother Adélaide Jean in St-Clément. Her brother Joseph was also recorded as living there. Meanwhile her parents were recorded as living in St-Éloi 20 km away. In the 1891 census she was recorded as living with her family in St-Éloi. She married Joseph Gauthier dit larouche on October 17, 1904, in Fall River, Massachusetts, USA. She died on September 24, 1905, in Quebec at the age of 28, and was buried in Quebec City, Quebec.

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