This is the final resting place of Alice Jeanne Luce, wife of Armand Arseneault. She died On December 26th, 1912 in Bathurst Mines. Alice Jeanne was the daughter of a George Luce and Clementine Silva. I presume – but can’t be 100% sure – that these are my maternal great-grandparents George Hl Luce (son of Philippe Luce and Anne Ward) and Clementine Desilva (Dassylva).
Until now I have only had the following offspring in my database: my grandmother Eveline Melvina, Francois Guillaume, thomas William, Albert Warren, George Lorrain, Charles William, Francois Lamain, Arthur and Lydia Luce.
Lagace/Legacy, Adelard newly indexed
LUCE Evelyne newly indexed
August 1950 – October 1951
1929 – 1937
Parents – John Luce & Emilie Chiasson
Stephen Benton says:
My maternal grandmother was Mary Martha Doucet born in 1898 in Bathurst, NB. Per my mother, I know there were approx 5 children in the family. All females had the first name of Mary, and I believe they were generally addressed by their middle name. There was only one brother, Simon. I would much like to learn the name of her parents and any other info on the family. Mary Martha Doucet married in Canada and emigrated to USA in 1925. I am 52 y/o and live in Louisiana, USA.
Census Information (scroll down for links)
1901 Census (New Brunswick, Gloucester, Bathurst)
Doucett Theodore M 1864
Doucett Bessie 1874
Doucett Francis 1897
Doucett Martha 1899
1911 Census (New Brunswick, Gloucester, Bathurst)
Vital Statistics Information (scroll down for links)
My maternal grandfather – buried at
Holy Family Church in Bathurst, New Brunswick
This is a coloured vintage postcard of the Pulp and Paper Mill in Bathurst, New Brunswick.
Pulp Mills, Bathurst (Gloucester, New Brunswick) | Forestry Fridays: Historic Views of Lumber Mills & Logging Scenes in Eastern Canada – Links Restored
This is a 20th century, black and white Canadian National Railways postcard of the pulp mill in Bathurst, New Brunswick.