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|1||Contrat notarié - Notarial Contract
Quittance - Receipt|
Acte no 3004 - 14 février 1854. Ratification et quittance par François Hubou dit Tourville et son épouse à Basile Richard
The document states that François Hubou dit Tourville and his wife Louise Corriveau, both residents of St-Jude, acknowledge receipt for the fourth payment that was due last January "of this year" for the sale of a land that was made by François to Bazile Richard, on March 30, 1850 before the same notary. The buyer is the owner of the neighbouring land.
|2||Contrat notarié - Notarial Record
Quittance - Receipt|
Acte no 3153 - Quittance par Dame Louise Corriveau, veuve Tourville, à Bazile Richard.
Louise Corriveau, widow of the late François Tourville, resident of St-Jude, acknowleges receipt for the last payment regarding the sale of a land made by the late François Tourville, to Bazile Richard.
|3||Coroner's Inquest, May 16, 1895, Cook County, Illinois, USA|
Inquest on the accident and death of Louis Tourville on the site of the Chicago Drainage Canal
|4||Daniels, Dwight (1938-1914)|
U. S. Civil War Draft Registrations, Westville, Franklin, New York, June 1863
|5||Daniels, Julius (~1821-1891)|
U.S. Civil War Draft Registrations, Westville, Franklin, New York, June 1863
A. T. Bailey Post No. 562
Department of New York
Grand Army of the Republic|
Post 562 of Chateaugay, Franklin County, New York was chartered on October 6, 1885 and named for Rear Admiral Theodorus Bailey, US Navy. He was born in 1805 in Chateaugay, was second in command of Farragut's fleet at the battle for New Orleans and he died in 1877 (source: The Franklin County Historian -- http://franklinhistorian.blogspot.ca/2011/08/grand-army-of-republic.html)
|7||Inventaire après décès (transcription) 20 oct 1851 (Sophie Arpajou)|
Transcription of an inventory after death of Sophie Arpajou (in French)
|8||Inventaire après décès - Inventory after death (Sophie Arpajou) 20 Oct 1851|
|9||Tourville, Alphonse (1850-1918)|
Naturalization, Declaration of Intention
|10||Tourville, Alphonse (1850-1918)|
|11||Tourville, Alphonse (1850-1918)|
|12||Tourville, Alphonse (1850-1918)|
Naturalization, Petition for
|13||Tourville, Charles (1831-1923)|
U. S. Civil War Draft Registrations, Mississippi, Jersey, Illinois, June 1863
|14||Tourville, Domithilde (née Ouimet) (1828-1866)|
Testament de Domithilde Ouimet 15 jours avant son décès.
Will of Domithilde Ouimet 15 days before her death (in French).
She leaves her clothing to her daughters and she leaves everything else she owns to her husband Charles Huboux dit Tourville, shoemaker and merchant.
|15||Tourville, Peter (1835-1922)|
U.S. Civil War Draft Registrations, Chateaugay, Franklin, New York, June 1863
|16||Tourville, Peter Ovide (1872-1957)|
Naturalization - Declaration of Intention
|17||Tourville, Peter Stephen (1835-1922)|
Naturalization, April 5, 1859, Vergennes, Addison, Vermont, USA -- Town records
|18||Tourville, Prosper (1820-1867) - Acte de tutelle - Tutorship Act|
Acte de tutelle (in French)
Julie Belisle has requested the tutorship of her children, born from her marriage with Prosper Tourville, and still under age, i.e. Napoléon, 17, Julie, 18, Joseph, 15, Magloire, 14, Marie Louise, 8 et David, 5. She went to the Superior Court and with members of the family and friends, has presented her request.
Were present, Augustin Belisle, Public Weighter, maternal uncle, Joseph Tourville, Shoemaker, paternal uncle, Leon Pelletier, Painter, maternal uncle by alliance, Auguste Dhaussy, Tanner, Maxime Bastien, Shoemaker, George W. Dawson, Clerk, Paschal Remi Chagnon, Esquire and Notary, all parents of Julie Belisle, except the last four who are friends of the Minor Children. All have recommended that Julie Belisle be named Tutor and Joseph Tourville, Sub-Tutor.
The request has been accepted on June 24, 1873 and Julie Belisle and Joseph Tourville have voluntarly accepted the role of Tutor and Sub-Tutor and have promised to accomplish their duty.
|19||Troville, John (1837-1910) ---
Troville, Peter (1842-1915)|
U.S. Civil War Draft Registrations, South Hero, Grand Isle, Vermont, June 1863
|20||Will of Nancy Ann Tourville (née Anna Adeline Simson)|
Nancy Ann made her will the day her husband died, less than a month before she passed away. She leaves everything to her son Louis Victor and bequests $1.00 to each of her grandchildren.