Parish of Saint-Laurent, Island of Orleans, County of Montmorency, Province of Quebec
Abstract of the birth, mariage, death registry of the parish of Saint-Laurent, Island of Orleans, for the year 1868.
“The 9th of March 1868, by the us the undersigned priest of Saint-Laurent, was baptized Marie-Clara, born the day before to the the legitimate union of Joseph Plante, merchant and resident of the parish, and Marie-Célanire Cinq-Mars. Godfather, Joseph Plante, brother of the child; godmother, Philomène Cinq-Mars, daughter of Guillaume Cinq-Mars, farmer and resident of the parish, who (Philomène) declares not knowing how to sign her name. The godfather and father have signed.
N. Forgues, priest
This extract, we, undersigned, priest of Saint-Laurent, Island of Orleans, certify its conformity with the original registry deposited in the archives of the said parish.
In Saiint-Laurent, Island of Orleans, the 13th day of February, 193?.
Frere Gagnon, priest
Martineau House, St John – Rolette County. The Martineau House, Turtle Mountain Scenic Byway.
Had been Ill for the Past Fourteen Months.
Frank F Phillips, forty three years old of 261 Carroll Street, St Paul, died yesterday morning after an illnesss of fourteen months. Death resulted from a tumor which necessitated the amputation of one of his legs about a year ago.
The Interment of the Late Frank F. Phillips
Imagine they will walk very soon for they walk all over and around their little beds and coops and so on. They are so adorable, that's all in nutshell.
Please find information for Wendell Phillips and Constance Craig on their own page.
Please find information for Percy Phillips at end of this story.
I have seen a photo of the three Phillips children when they were young and baby Percy was extremely beautiful as a child. ( I have misplaced this photo but will post when I find it)
In tribute to a pioneer, whose toil and hardships for the benefit of younger generations, is appreciated.
(copy of book supplied by Jan Hall Brooks)
EMAIL FROM JAN BROOKS TO JULIE PHILLIPS WOOD
The State Library of North Dakota has a collection of centennial books including The History of Rolette County and Years of the Pioneers. The catalogue # is 978.4592 , R 745 Rolette
- Alfred Plante -born in Quebec in 1865-father died in 1875. The mother came to St John in 1884. Alfred was educated in Normal School of Quebec
- Alfred was 19 when he arrived in St John. He worked for his brother- in- law, Fortunate Martineau
- In 1896 he was appointed postmaster by President Cleveland. He held this job for 4 years
- In 1905 he opened a store of his own.
- He worked for a lumber yard in the town of St Anthony (a town near St John evidently)
- In 1915 he was again apppointed postmaster by president Wilson
- In 1901 he married Flora Brooks of Grand Forks, North Dakota