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1. "Baptismal Record," 26 May 1878, Document # 20030303-15, St. Anne's Archives, Detroit, MI, Paper Copy of Microfiche.
2. "State of Michigan Record of Births," 11 Apr 1878, State Archives, 26, 20030304-11.
3. "State o Michigan Certificat of Live Birth," 7 May 1879, Michigan Regords.
The birth Certificate was taken from a record which is incorrect. The name on the record is Ida but it is Ira's birth date. His sister Ida was born in 1870 and is listed in the 1870 Census.
4. "1930 Census," Dearborn, MI, April 8, 1930, Photo Copy, \\Casis\my documents\genealogy\census\1930\Ira Cicotte 1930 Census.jpg.
5. Section N, Lot 37, Grave 53
Age at death: 59 Yrs, 6mo, 6days.
6. 20 Aug 1899, 20030304-12, "Marriage Records of Wayne County," Wayne County, MI, Microfiche.
Wayne County marriage and death records.
From: Ruth McMahon [rlmcmahon@voyager.net]
7. Ancestry.com - SS Death Index
8. "Michigan Death Index (1971-1996)," Ancestry.com, 28 Dec 2003.
9. "County of Wayne - Probate Court Claim," 20030305-06.
10. "1870 Cnsus," Springwells, Microfiche, 20030305-16.
11. "Baptismal Recod of St. Annes," 2 Oct 1843, St. Anne's Archive, 20030304-04, Ruth McMahon.
12. "Certificate of birth for Eddie," 19 June 1884, Detroit MI, Document # 20030303-07.
13. Ancestry.com, "Detroit, Michigan Directory, 1890," 1890.
14. From: Ruth McMahon [rlmcmahon@voyager.net]
Sent: Tuesday, November 23, 1999 9:45 PM
To: rcicotte@summerstreet.com
Subject: Cicotte Report #1

Hello Ron,

Report #1

I have located the Ambrose Cicotte family on the 1880 census of Ecorse and the
family of Archangel Cicotte (widow) in the 1900 census of Springwells. I
located some of the boys on the 1910 and 1920 censuses.

Ambrose first appears in the 1887 Detroit city directory as a section foreman
for the Wabash Railway. He lived on Fort Street 1 block east of the railway
track.

I followed him (and the sons for a while) through the directories. George H.
was a car checker for the Wabash Railway, James was a switchman and later a
printer. Ira and Alva were laborers in 1896.

Ambrose's death date is listed in the 1894 directory - died 22 Jun 1894 age 49.
15. "St Annes Burial Records," 25 Jun 1894, 115, Document # 20030303-08.
16. Grand Register, June 25, 1894, Detroit, MI, Mount Elliott Cemetary, "Grand Register, Mount Elliott Cemetery, Detroit," 255, 20030304-05, #20030304-05.
17. "1860 Census," Springwells, MI, 16 June 1860, Microfiche, Census records, 20030304-08.
18. 1870 Census
19. "Certificate of Death," Dec 2, 1909, Detroit, MI, 1098, 6264, Photcopy, Home.
20. "Schedule No. 1 Population," Springwells Twp., 22 Jun 1900, Microfiche, 20030304-14.
21. "Transcript of Certificate of Death," Detroit, MI, Document # 20030303-02.
22. Ancestry.com - SS Death Index, SSN: 372-01-0822
23. "Baptismal Record," 13 July 1884, document #: 20030303-17, St Francis Xavier Archives, Ecorse, MI, Paper copy of Microfiche.
24. Location: Park View Cemetery, MI.
Specific Interment Location: Section 79, Grave 2.
http://www.findagrave.com/pictures/cicotteeddie.html
25. Antoinette Fraser, "RE{ Ed Cicotte," 2 Feb 2003, \\Summer1\Program files\Sierra\Staging.
From: tizwindy [tizwindy@voyager.net]
Sent: Sunday, February 23, 2003 11:08 AM
To: Ron Cicotte
Subject: Re: Ed Cicotte

Morning Ron, I would have been 7 or 8 yrs old when your dad visited the farm. And yes people came from all over to buy grandpas berries. In fact thats how I bought my first horse, grandpa paid me a nickel a quart to pick them. I saved for 2 yrs to get that silly horse. When you find the deed or any other things you may have could you please send me a copy ? I dont have much that got saved over the years . Just a few things that was in my dads belongings Mostly pictures of my dad or grandpa on thier hunting trips. Aunt Virginia had all grandpas baseball things & Im sorry to say that my oldest daughter took all that & sold it for the money she could get. Thus that cross letter I wrote to " lost boy Cicotte ". I will get you dates of death on all 3 of Eddies kids. Virginia & my dad died within 10 days of each other, & all are buried at Parkview Cem in Livonia. Young Eddies birthday was Nov 1 st 1919 & I think, not sure on this Miss Rose was Nov 27th 1906 I will see if I have any info on that or I can call Parkview & get it. Of the 3 children of Eddie sr I am the only grandchild Rose Ann ( we all called her Miss Rose cause grandmas name was Rose also ) married a man named Lloyd Johnson he died in 1948 at the farm with a heart attack. She work for Wayne co , in Detroit as a sec. Im not sure of the date but she then married a Jeff Aurie ( Larry Auries bro, the redwings hockey player ) They lived in Sudbury Ont for years then moved down here to redford where she passed away at. Virginia never married & lived at the farm her whole live till she sold the farm after grandpa died. She worked at the glass house, Ford Motor Co. her whole life. My dad, young eddie worked at ford dealerships for years in Detroit then went into fords glass house as a claim adjuster My whole family were hunting & fishing fools. So any pi
26. "Fourteenth Census of the United States," Detroit (District 6), Ward 18), Jan 3, 1920, Microfiche.
27. "Fourteenth Census of the US: 1920 Population," Detroit, Wayne County, 3 Jan 1920, Microfiche, 20030304-15.
28. "Marriage License," 17 May 1905, Augusta, GA, Document # 20030303-06.
29. Detroit Free Press, Detroit, June 1, 1892, "E.V. CICOTTE DEAD," 20030303-25.
The venerable citizen passed away at his home yesterday
30. "1880 Census," Ecorse Wayne County, MI, June 3, 1880, Microfiche, 20030304-13.
31. 20 Aug 1899, 20030304-12, "Marriage Records of Wayne County," Wayne County, MI, Microfiche, document# 20030303-22.
Wayne County marriage and death records.
From: Ruth McMahon [rlmcmahon@voyager.net]
32. "1880 Census," Concord, MA, 18 June 1880, Photo Copy, \\Casis\My documents\genealogy\census\1880\Warren K Snow.jpg, 28 Dec 2003.
33. "1910 - Thirteenth Censu of teh US," Wayne County, MI, 15 April 1910, Paper Copy of Microfiche, Document # 20030303-09.
34. "Wayne county Marriages," 26 Apr 1904, Wayne County, 234, 20030304-06.
35. "1920 - Fourtheenth Censu of the U.S.," Ecorse Twp., 27 Jan 1920, Microfiche, Alva Thomas Cicotte Family - 1920 Census, 20030304-18.
36. "Baptismal Record," 1880, Document #: 20030303-16, St. Francis Xavier Archive, Ecorse, MI.
37. Lincoln Park News, Lincoln Park, MI, 28 Jan 1937, "Hold Rites for Mrs. A. Cicotte Last Tuesday," Document #: 20030303-24.
38. "1910 - Thirteenth Census of the U.S.," Detroit, 13 May 1910, Microfiche, 20030304-17, Alva Cicotte Family - 1910 Census.
39. "Baptismal Record," 24 Oct 1874, Document #: 20030303-14, St Francis Xavier Archives, Ecorse, MI, Paper copy of microfiche.
40. "Death Certificate for James W. Cicotte," 20030305-05.
41. 20 Aug 1899, 20030304-12, "Marriage Records of Wayne County," Wayne County, MI, Microfiche, Document #:20030303-21.
Wayne County marriage and death records.
From: Ruth McMahon [rlmcmahon@voyager.net]
42. "Baptismal Record St. Francis Xavier Church," 14 Nov 1864, Document # 20030303-11, St. Francis Xavier, Ecorse, MI.
43. "1900 Census of the US Populaton," Springwells Twp., 19 Jun 1900, Microfiche, 20030304-16, George H.Cicotte - 1900 Census.
44. "State of Michigan - County of Wayne Marriages," 2 Feb 1891, Wayne County, MI, Wayne County Library, 185, 20030304-07, 7915.
45. "State of Michigan - County of Wayne Marriages," 2 Feb 1891, Wayne County, MI, Wayne County Library, 185, 20030304-07, 7915, #20030304-07.
46. The name of the first ancestor was Jean (Chiquot). He was born in France in 1631. His father was Guillaume Chiquot and his mother was Jeanne Fafard, from Bolu, Isle D'oleron, Diocese of La Rochelle in Charente Inferierire, France. He came to settle in Canada in the year 1650, at the age of 19.

In May 1650, with a view to assure a lasting peace for the colony always threatened by the Iroquois, the King of France decided to send to Canada a good army corps. Twelve hundred soldiers from the Regiment de Carignan, left La Rochelle for Canada, and arrived the following September. A writer named Faillon, related in a few simple lines, in his History of the French Colony, the arrival of the soldiers in 1650, among whom was our first ancestor Jean Chiquot.

Montreal, founded by Monsieur de Maisonneuve, was only eight-years-old in 1650. At that time, the lives of settlers at Ville-Marie were in great danger. In 1651, Sister Bourgeois wrote that then there were only 17 men able to fight against the Iroquois and the Superior of the Jesuit Fathers stated that the whole remaining population amounted to only about 50 French people. Our ancestor was among those 50, and one of the seventeen men in condition to fight against the Iroquois.

We cannot help but be horrified at hearing that sometimes the Iroquois used to scalp their victims by removing the skin from their heads. Our ancestor, Jean was one of the victims and here are the particular circumstances of his mutilation, as Faillon recorded in his History of the French Colony of Canada:

"A brave and good settler, Jean Boudart, was the first one killed by the Iroquois in 1651, and his wife Catherine, was taken captive. Cicot, in his flight, hid under a recently felled tree and the Iroquois did not attempt to get him out, but kept running after Boudart. He attacked the Iroquois so furiously, they killed him on the spot. As for the woman, they spared her life, only to make her suffer the most excruciating tortures in their country.

The Iroquois withdrew, taking with them Catherine, and started looking for Jean Cicot, whom they had seen hiding under the tree. When they discovered him, although unarmed, he fought the Iroquois with such vigor and hit them so hard with his feet and fists that they could not catch him and drag him away with them. Fearing that the French would come to his rescue, while they were struggling with him, they removed his scalp and a piece of his skull."

Additional details were found in Relations des Jesuits:

"We left Trois-Rivieres for Montreal, where we arrived the next day at 8 o'clock. We were informed that, on the 6th of the month, about 50 Iroquois had killed Grand Jean [Jean Boudart], cut off his head, and had taken his wife captive, and after scalping him, left for dead a 21-year-old boy by the name of Jean Cicot."

The first mention of Jean Cicot - Sicotte following this event was found in the records of the parish of Notre Dame in Montreal. It was his marriage with Marguerite Maclin, a 14-year-old girl, with whom he had two children. It is interesting to note that Monsieur de Maisonnueve and Sister Bourgeois were witnesses at the wedding, which took place on the 23rd of October 1662. He died in 1667, on the 8th of June. So, for sixteen years he survived the terrible torture which he had experienced which took place on the 6th of May 1651.

On the 3rd of May 1665, three years after Jean's marriage, Monsieur de Maisonnueve granted him a piece of land near the Saint Pierre River. This piece of property was the width of two measures of land called "arpents." Arpents are an ancient agrarian measure used in France. It will be noted that Jean's width ot two measures of land probably gave him access to the river and also that there is nothing said about the length of the piece of land. It was customary in those days to have properties that ran one mile or more back to the river.

The census officers of 1666 and 1667 found Jean living on this land. In the 1667th year, they made this short but interesting report about his family: "Jean Sicotte, 35-years-old, Marguerite Maclin, his wife 19-years-old, Catherine, 3-years-old, Jean II, 1-year-old." The officers also reported that they had six acres of land cleared, and four head of cattle in their barn.

Only a few days later, on the 8th of June 1667, Jean Sicotte passed away after a short illness. His certificate of burial can be found in the records of the parish of Notre Dame, bearing the date of the 8th of June 1667. He was only 36 years of age, and leaving a 19-year-old widow and two young children mentioned in the census. In the following month of August, the young widow married Nicholas Boyer, farmer of Ville-Marie, with whom she raised a fairly large family. Catherine and Jean II grew up with their mother in Boyer's house. They were mentioned some years later in the census, as living with their mother and Boyer. Catherine was then 18 and Jean II was 15.

It may interest the reader to note that while Jean II was growing up, French regime houses were popular. They had been found by Charles LeMoyne. These houses were 1 and 1 1/2 stories, generally made of stone, and their steeply-pitched gable or hip roofs were finished with straight or flared eaves. Some of these houses are still in existence today in the Boucherville area. In 1693, when Jean II was 7-years-old, the Reverend Jacques Marguette, a Jesuit missionary who had served in Boucherville, was the interpreter to Louis Joilliet on his voyage down the Mississippi River.
47. Mary Ann Mickey, http://www.gendex.com/users/mickey/rivard/dat1.html.
48. "Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region," Christian Denissen, Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, 20030308-01.
Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region, Revision 1701-1936 vol I, by The Rev Fr Christian Denissen, Published by the Detroit society for the Genalogical Research as part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration
49. "Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region," Christian Denissen, Detroit Society for Genealogical Research, 20030308-01, Shows name as Magdeline.
Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region, Revision 1701-1936 vol I, by The Rev Fr Christian Denissen, Published by the Detroit society for the Genalogical Research as part of the 50th Anniversary Celebration
50. "King's Daughters and Founding Mothers: The Filles du Roi, 1663-1673," Peter J. Gagne, Quintin Publications, September 2001, 98.
51. Manchester Library, "Marriages Comte de Chambly, Boucherville 1668 - 1900," 244 - 247, pp. 245.
52. "Legends of Le Detroit," Marie Caroline Watson Hamlin, Thorndike Nourse, Second, 1884, 284, 20030308-01.
Legends of Le Detroit
by Marie Caroline Watson Hamlin
Second Edition
Detroit: Thorndike Nourse. 1884
53. Suzette M. Leclair, Rawdon (QC) suzett@geninfo.org, "Nos ancetres d'hier a aujourd'hui," http://eee.geninfo.org/genealogie/dat442.htm#5.
54. Taken from writeup on Web by Grace Sicotte, Canada
55. Manchester Library, "Marriages Comte de Chambly, Boucherville 1668 - 1900," 244 - 247.
56. Manchester Library, "Marriages Comte de Chambly, Boucherville 1668 - 1900," 244 - 247, pp. 244.
57. (®2 shows 1708)
58. On 1 April 1750 Zacharias obtained a grant of Land of 3 x 40 arpente which is Private Claim Nol 726. In 1762 settled on farm and resideded there the rest of his life; before that he resided in Detroit and was a trader there. In 1755 he was aide Major of the Militia.
59. John Askin Papers, "Summary of Cicotte family settlement in Detroit," document # : 20030304-01.
60. Jack and Marianne Dibean, "Wayne County, Michigan dibean Marriage Index," http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mi/wayne/vitals/marriage/dbn-apr3-2003.txt, 12/26/2003, \\Casis\My documents\genealogy\dbn-apr3-2003.
61. Nancy A. Sicotte, "Family Group Record," 30 Mar 2001, Paper File, 20030305-04.
62. Manchester Library, "Marriages Comte de Chambly, Boucherville 1668 - 1900," 244 - 247, pp. 246.
63. Howell, "genealogy," howellresearch.com/d0042/g00000002.html#I12341, 6/9/03.
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66. Manchester Library, "Marriages Comte de Chambly, Boucherville 1668 - 1900," 244 - 247, pp. 247.
67. Daniel Birtz, "BIRTZ & DESMARTEAU GENEALOGY," http://www.multimania.com/dan2308/IndexAnglais.html, 11/7/2001.
Daniel Birtz
6305 Rapide Plat sud
St-Hyacinthe
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Canada
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70. Linda Palmer, February 16, 2002, file #20020216.
Linda sent me a printed copy of her genealogy research. This data was transcribed from that document
71. "Obituary," 15 Feb 1855, 20030306-02, Monroe Commercial, Gen Web Researcher.
72. Taken from The Record Commercial, July 25, 1912 page 7 , column 5

Mrs. P.W. Godfroy
In the death of Mrs. Philip W. Godfroy which occurred at her home on Fifth Street Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock, Monroe loses another representative of the early French pioneer families who founded the county. Miss Euphemia
Salome Cicotte, daughter of Capt. John B. Cicotte and Mary Ann Navarre Cicotte was born in Monroe October 17, 1836, about one west of the city on what has been latterly known as Bissonette Farm. She was educated by the Sisters and was one of the beginners in St. Mary's Academy. On june 18, 1861 she was married to Philip W. Godfroy who was likewise a representative of one of the early French families of Monroe, being the son of James J. and Victoria Navarre Godfroy, who was serving as Indian agent for this vicinity and was the owner of the "Godfroy " farm now occupied by Jacob Cooke. During the civil war Mr. Godfroy seved in the commissary department. Nine children
were born of whom seven survive. Julia, dying in infancy and Mrs. Thomas
Feeley of Joliet, Ill., dying seven years ago. Those surviving are: Mrs. P.D. Manns, Chicago; the Misses Dorothy and Lola Godfroy, Monroe; Alice S.,
San Antonio, Texas; Philip McClelland, Isaac C. and Bernard all of Monroe. Besides her husband and children, Mrs. Godfroy is also survived by five grand
children. During her entire life she has been identified for her church work.
She was baptised, made her First Communion and was married in old St. Mary's church. To this church found her greatest pleasure in her church work and especially in giving aid and assistance to the poor and needy. She gave in secret, knowing that her Heavenly Father would amply reward her. That God did bless her speaks for itself for to few woman came there more joy and peace in their veneralble old age than to this beloved lady, who today goes out from our lives, leaving them better and nobler because of the privilege of knowing her. The city her church and her pastors join her family in mutual sorrow for the loss they have sustained. This morning at 9 o'clock,
in the church of her [sic] the last honors of this life will be paid her.
The services will be in charge of the Assistant Pastor, Rev. Fr. James S. Downey. After the services the remains will be borne to St. Josephs cemetery, where they will rest in the family lot, by the side of her distinguished and beloved parents.
73. Family Tree Maker Web Site
74. "Land Grants at Fort Detroit," 20030305-01, pp. 20.
75. "1920 Census," River Rouge, MI, 24 Jan 1920, Photo Copy, \\Casis\my documents\Genealogy\Census\1920\Hugh Cicotte 1920 Census.jpg, 28 Dec, 2003.
76. "1930 Census," River Rouge, MI, April 10, 1930, photo copy, \\Casis\My documents\genealogy\Census\1930\Theodore Cicotte 1930 Census.jpg, 28 Dec 2003.
77. (C.M. Burton 15 Jan 1805)
78. "1870 Census," Springwells, MI, 23 June 1870, Paper copy of Microfiche, Document # 20030303-20.
79. Downriver Genealogical Society, "Livernois: A Family History," 9, 1978, A Private Publication in Limited Edition, Compiled and edited by Lewis D. Crusoe II, 20030305-02.
80. Detroit News, Detroit, MI, June 29, 1956, "'Deadly Eye' Cicotte Quits Tax Post," 10, John C. Treen, 20030304-03.
81. Detroit News, Detroit, MI, Sept 26, 1946, "Town Talk by George Stark," 20030304-03.
82. "1870 Census," Microfiche, 20030305-11.
83. "1870 Census," 20030305-13.
84. "Marruage Records of Monroe Co," 1 Jun 1892, Monroe, MI, 20030306-04.
Marriage Records, Monroe County
85. ®15 shows Zoe as Ida
86. 20030306-05, "Obit Info," 17 Dec 1909, Monroe Democrat.
87. "Obituary," Monroe, MI, Monroe Democrat, 17 Dec 1909, 1, Monro Historical Museum.
Monro Democrat Newspaper, Dec 17, 1909; Page 1 Historical Museum
Died in home of her daughter (Mrs. C. E. Churchill) in Adrian, MI.
88. 20030306-04, "Marriage Records of Monroe County," 28 Sep 1844, Monroe, MI.
89. Michigan GenWeb Researcher, "Obit," 20030306-03.
90. Michigan in the Civil War Web Site at http://dns.advnet.net/dharvey/15compg.htm
by Don Harvey

Copyright © 1996, Don Harvey, Revised 15 June 1998
91. Died at the residence of daughter (Adeline Poupard) 1349 Jefferson Ave, Detroit. buried from St Joachim
92. Detroit Free Press, Detroit, June 1, 1892, "E.V. CICOTTE DEAD," 20030303-25, document#: 20030303-25.
The venerable citizen passed away at his home yesterday
93. Neice of General Tipton, died within 2 years after marriage
94. Served as Sheriff of Wayne County
95. "1870 census," 20030305-15.
96. "1870 Census - Ecorse," 12 July 1870, Microfiche, 52 53, 20030305-12.
97. Michigan in the Civil War Web Site at http://users.aol.com/dharvey125/24compa.htm
by Don Harvey


Copyright © 1995, Don Harvey, Revised 19 April 1997
98. Michigan Veterans of the Civil War
Burial Sites
Listing of gravesites of Michigan veterans of the Civil War Surname beginning with letter "C".
A grave # indicates the grave is in a National Cemetery

Last updated: 26 December 1998


@ http://www.geocities.com/Pentagon/8948/c.htm
by Don Harvey, Lois Harvey and Patti Norton
99. "1860 Census," Ecorse Twp., 2 Jul 1860, Microfiche, Archives, 20030305-14, 594.
100. 1860 Census
101. "Burial Records," 10 Nov 1873, Document #: 20030303-18, St Anne's archives, Detroit, MI.
102. "St Anne's Marriage records."
103. "St Patricks Marriages 1857," 6 May 1857, Wyandotte, MI, St Patricks Registry of Marriages, Document #: 20030303-19.
104. Geraldine Leech, "Cicotte/Wagenknecht," 12/5/03, \\Casis\My Documents\Cicotte\Email\cicotte\wagenknecht.htm.
105. Detroit News, Detroit, MI, Sept 20, 1933, "George L. Cicotte Sr./ Edward A. Cicotte/ Dewey S. Cicotte Sr./ Elmer F. Cicotte," Document #: 20030304-01.
106. GENDIS Michigan Death records @
www.mdch.state.mi.us
107. "Obituary," 3 Jan 1944, 20030306-02.
Obit Info: Heart Ailment
108. Ran a grocery store on Front St. in Monroe for many years.
109. Cynthia R., "Query Edward V. Cicotte," http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec/message/an/surnames.cicotte/30.2, 2/23/2003.
110. Detroit Free Press, Detroit, June 1, 1892, "E.V. CICOTTE DEAD," 20030303-25, Document #: 20030303-25.
The venerable citizen passed away at his home yesterday
111. resided at 886 St Antoine Street, Detroit
112. Married using name of Josephine
113. Detroit News, Detroit, MI, 1931, "'Muskrat King' Bemoans the Past," document #: 20030304-02.
114. Detroit News, Detroit, MI, Sept 20, 1933, "George L. Cicotte Sr./ Edward A. Cicotte/ Dewey S. Cicotte Sr./ Elmer F. Cicotte," Document #: 20030304-01, document#: 20030304-02.
115. unk, Ecorse, MI, May 21, 1980, "Cicotte, of pioneer family dies at 84," Document #: 20030303-23.
116. Marge Speck Blankenship, "Family of Oscar Cicotte and Ada Speck," 2/19/2003, \\Summer1\Cicotte Sources\Oscar Cicotte and Family.txt.
117. Michigan GenWeb Researcher, "Obit," 20030306-03, River Rouge.
118. 1850 Census
119. picture of tombstone in Westmound Cemetary
120. Denissen, Christian, (1987) Genealogy of the French Families of the Detroit River Region (revision)
121. Family Tree provided by Edmund Burton & Elizabeth CiCotte with ltr Feb 21 1998
122. Letter from Cicotte, Muriel and Edmond, received 23 May 1998
123. Traverse city Record Eagle, Traverse City, MI, 15 May 1999, "Obituaries."
124. 5 Sep 2002, Newspaper, Traverse City, MI, \\Casis\My Documents\Genealogy\Traverse City Record-Eagle - News Story -- www_record-eagle_com.htm, Traverse City Eagle, "Traverse City Record Eagle Obituaries."
125. Cicotte, Betty
126. birth certificate
127. Certified Copy of Certificate of Baptism from Daniel Alex Bouarssa
128. Bourassa, Dan LeRoy
129. "Marriage Record," 24 Feb 1857, 20030303-19, St Patricks Archives, Wyandotte, MI, Paper copy of Microfiche.
130. Social Security Death Index
131. http://www.rootsweb.com/~miwayne/detpea-pfe.htm

PELTIER, Charles F., general insurance and adjusting; born, Detroit, Oct. 6, 1844; son of Charles and Eliza V. (Cicotte) Peltier; educated in Capitol and Barstow schools, Detroit, Gregory’s Commercial College, and Dr. Solden’s Private School; unmarried. Began in business with his father under firm name of Charles Peltier & Son, general insurance agents; succeeded to the business, upon death of his father, Sept. 22, 1871, and has since conducted the oldest established insurance agency in Detroit; also acts as adjuster. Director Michigan Fire and Marine Insurance Co. member Board of Commerce (charter member). Club: Detroit. Recreations: Fishing and boating. Office: 82 Griswold St. Residence: 138 McDougall Av.
132. James3.FTW
133. "St Anne's Marriage records." Document # 20030303-05.
134. Florence (Ferguson) Ball
135. Dean Lynn Ball
136. Warner Cemetery (Wasco County, Oregon) records
137. Obituary for Malvin Celend Ball, The Dalles (Oregon) Chronicle, Dec. 3, 1997
138. unk obit for Alva A., 7 Jan 1990.
139. "Baptismal Record," 1873, Document # 20030303-13, Ecorse, MI, St Francis Xavier Church Archives.
140. "Springwells 1876," 20030304-10.
141. "1850 Census," Springwells TWP, Wayne County, 22 Aug 1850, Microfiche, Library, 441R, 20030304-09, Listed as 10 yrs.
142. Lucille Cicotte Paas, "none," 3/14/2000, Outlook.
143. Nancy A. Sicotte, "Family Group Record," 30 Mar 2001, Paper File, 20030305-04, 20030305-04.
144. James P. LaLone, "Genealogy.com Message Board - M O N T O U R F A M I L Y," http://genforum.genealogy.com/ai/messages/6482.html, 11/8/2001.
145. "Land Grants at Fort Detroit," 20030305-01, pp.20.
146. "Land Grants at Fort Detroit," 20030305-01, pp. 23.
147. "Land Grants at Fort Detroit," 20030305-01, pp. 24.
148. "Early setters of the Detroit River Region."
149. "Land Grants at Fort Detroit," 20030305-01, pp. 15.
150. Manchester Library, "Marriages Comte de Chambly, Boucherville 1668 - 1900," 244 - 247, p. 244.
151. Manchester Library, "Marriages Comte de Chambly, Boucherville 1668 - 1900," 244 - 247, pp.245.
152. Jil Rose Cicotte, "RE: Edmond N. Cicotte," http://boards.ancestry.com/, 2 Feb 2002.
http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=rw&p=localities.northam.usa.states.michigan.counties.grandtraverse&m=333.1

Edmond was my father. I see you have his Tallaksen (mother's maiden) connection, however I just found my grandmother's (Matilda Tallaksen/Cicotte) birth certificate and her father was Andrew Tallaksen born in Norway about 1856 in Norway (I don't know where) and her mother was Mary Gulbransen also born in Norway born about 1856.
153. 20 Aug 1899, 20030304-12, "Marriage Records of Wayne County," Wayne County, MI, Microfiche, document# : 20030303-21.
Wayne County marriage and death records.
From: Ruth McMahon [rlmcmahon@voyager.net]
154. Antoinette Fraser, 3 March 2003, embedded in free form text.
155. 20030305-03.
156. Antoinette (Cicotte) Fraser.
157. http://www.familysearch.org/.
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