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1751 Optician Hantover, Solomon George (I481)
1752 Optometrist Marcus, Samuel H. (I424)
1753 or Feb 9, 1870 Gamache, Alphonse (I11354)
1754 or Highgate, VT Shakett, Mary E. (I18465)
1755 Oral History at;cc=ncjw;entryid=x-ais196440.247

Azen, Corinne Gloria (I1004)
1756 Oral History at:;cc=ncjw;entryid=x-ais196440.247

Azen, Corinne Gloria (I86)
1757 Oregon, Divorce Records, 1961-1985

Name: Otto Gamache
Gender: Male
Divorce Date: 13 Sep 1976
Divorce Place: Clackamas, Oregon, USA
Spouse: Linda Beardenphl
Spouse Gender: Female
Certificate Number: 11595 
Family F7738
1758 Orlando Sentinel,August 31, 2001
By Sean Mussenden, Sentinel Staff Writer

Lure Of Women, Sea Fuels Mystery Of Missing Sailor

Boating Buddies Described The New Smyrna Man's Rocky Relationships, Clandestine Trips To Cuba And Debts.

NEW SMYRNA BEACH -- Something about Jacques Pierre Gamache made him a babe magnet.

The French Canadian accent helped, as did tales of his jaunts to Cuba on his 37-foot sailboat Consessions.

But it was his generous nature, his weathered good looks despite his age -- 66 -- and his quick wit that truly made him a Don Juan, members of his close-knit sailing community say.

"He loved all women, from 9 to 99. If they couldn't walk, he'd carry them," said Steve Szabo, who had been a crew member on Gamache's boat for almost two decades, including a Cuban voyage earlier this year.

Now Gamache has vanished, as if swallowed by some ancient sea monster.

Before he disappeared last week, Gamache tacked his treasured sailboat directly into an international mystery. A fisherman found Consessions abandoned, sails down and out of gas, 20 miles off the Volusia County coast a week ago today.

If someone had to wind up in the middle of a mystery worthy of Graham Greene, Gamache seemed the perfect candidate.

With his clandestine trips to communist Cuba, felony arrest for dumping fish guts in the car of a man he suspected of having an affair with his wife, women friends from Latin American countries, rocky marriages with divorces and debts -- and few close friends -- his sailing buddies say he is puzzling.

"He never really gives you a straight answer. . . . He was very mysterious, and I'm no psychologist, but maybe even a bit paranoid," said Frank Ambrose, the third crew member on the six-week sail to Cuba with Gamache and Szabo in February and March.

Did he commit suicide? Was he kidnapped? Did he stage his disappearance, as some friends suspect?

FBI agents spearheading the search for Gamache have said little about their investigation.


What happened to Jacques Pierre Gamache?

Retired, Gamache spent much of his time working on his boat at Smyrna Marina in New Smyrna Beach.

The native of Quebec also traveled extensively, friends and neighbors said, financing his adventures with income from three rental properties he owns, as well as a disability check stemming from a construction accident in California several decades ago.

In 1987, he rented a Cadillac and drove from California to Mexico and married Connie DeAndrade, a woman 17 years his junior. It was not his first marriage. Though friends said Gamache was crazy about his young bride, the marriage went sour after a decade. Divorce proceedings began in September.

"The whole neighborhood could hear them screaming at each other in French," said Gamache's neighbor and friend of nearly 10 years, Carlton Frost.

According to court records, Gamache thought that his wife was having an affair with his good friend, Thomas Jamieson, and he slashed the convertible top on Jamieson's car and dumped in a bucket of reeking fish guts.

Gamache also threatened his wife's life, according to court records.

Reached at Jamieson's apartment, DeAndrade would not talk about her husband.

"I'm not talking about this case to any media, anyone. I've been advised, well, that's it. I'm just not talking," she said.

Jamieson did not return phone calls.

Gamache's wife and Jamieson "made verbal statement that they will kill me," Gamache scrawled in a handwritten note contained in his divorce file. But the feeling was mutual, according to Szabo.

Szabo wrote in an affidavit, also in court files, that Gamache told him "that he will end his wife's life personally."

"Actually, what he said was, `She'll never live to spend a dime of my money,' " Szabo said in an interview on Thursday.

Gamache's disappearance came just weeks before a scheduled mediation hearing for his near-final divorce in which he has been ordered to pay more than $500 a month in alimony to DeAndrade, about one-quarter of his monthly income.

A pretrial hearing is also scheduled for next week in the convertible-slashing incident, which could land Gamache in jail for five years if convicted. And if found.


Szabo said that Gamache amassed debts -- including $3,000 to him for fixing Consessions' mast when a sudden rainstorm snapped it.

Court records show he did not make the first temporary alimony payment to DeAndrade, and officials recently garnished his disability check for payment.

Szabo's theory: Gamache is lying low.

"I guess he thinks he'll have time to sort things out. He doesn't like stress. He'll go to extreme means to avoid it," he said.


It's unclear how or whether the FBI is checking to see whether Gamache may be in Cuba, where he has taken several recent trips -- by plane and on Consessions.

Trips to the communist country are common for people at the Smyrna Marina, dockmaster Tom Richards said. "It's a different place to go," he said.

In February, Gamache set sail with Szabo and Ambrose for Cuba. Though the trip should have taken a little more than a week, rough seas broke a mast and almost smashed the boat against a reef near Miami.

Gamache, Joseph Jacques Pierre (I11830)
1759 Other info to be verified...

Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File

Full Name:
Daro Gamache
Social Security Number:
Birth Date:
7 Aug 1946
Death Date:
2 Apr 2001
Cause Of Death:
Organization Code:
Enlistment Date:
27 Mar 1967
Release Date:
26 Mar 1970
Conflict Period:
Vietnam War
Gamache, Daro William (I4969)
1760 Other information in the record of Lawrence D Chapman
from California Death Index
Name Lawrence D Chapman
Event Type Death
Event Date 26 Aug 1969
Event Place Ventura, California, United States
Birth Date 02 May 1948
Birthplace Missouri
Gender Male
Mother's Name Gamache 
Chapman, Lawrence Dale (I8567)
1761 Otto Gamache (1906)
Veterans Affairs BIRLS Death File

Info Memorials 1 Comments
Full Name:
Otto Gamache
Social Security Number:
Birth Date:
24 Dec 1906
Death Date:
29 Sep 1973
Cause Of Death:
Organization Code:
Enlistment Date:
3 Jan 1944
Release Date:
3 Oct 1945
Conflict Period:
World War II 
Gamache, Otto David (I73340581)
1762 Our brother Philip Gamache was born in L?Anse, Michigan in 1906. After graduating from St. Norbert High and his sophomore year at the college, he joined the Order in 1925. Having taught at the college for two years, he was solemnly professed in 1930.

Philip taught at Southeast Catholic from 1934 until 1936, when he became a missionary in Jabalpur, India. After returning to the college two years later, he was appointed assistant pastor in Manistique, Michigan.

From 1945 to 1949, he taught once again at Southeast. Beginning in 1950, Philip ministered in New Hampshire, New York, Alabama and Georgia. He died on Tuesday, December 9, 1958 at the age of 52.
Gamache, Reverend Philip Gabriel O. Praem (I234)
1763 Our Lady of Sorrows Church Family F691
1764 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F261
1765 owned Auto Repair shop Gamache, Arthur Edward Jr. (I17858)
1766 Owned Krause Furniture Store in Brownsville, PA Schwartz, Theodore Leonard (I317)
1767 Owned Shoe Store in McKeesport Friedman, Samuel (I242)
1768 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I784)
1769 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73338658)
1770 Painter Gamache, David (I73337883)
1771 Pallbearers:
John Cronin
Henry Bisciotti
Bernard Gagnon
Oliver Gagnon
Wally Woertman 
King, George Henry (I158)
1772 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I19269)
1773 Patricia A. Gamache, 79, of Bizier Street, died Wednesday, Aug. 14, 2013 at Oak Grove Center in Waterville.

She was born in Winslow, April 8, 1934, the daughter of Edmund and Bernadette (Labrie) DeRosby.

She was the widow of Russell A. Gamache, who died Sept. 22, 2010.

She is survived by a son, Thomas Gamache Sr., of Winslow; a daughter, Vickie Gamache, and husband Rejean Lebel, of Skowhegan; a brother, Louis Edmund DeRosby, and wife Jeannine, of Waterville; three grandchildren; six great grandchildren; and by several nieces and nephews.

A graveside service will be at 10 a.m. Friday, Aug. 23, 2013 at St. Francis Catholic Cemetery, 78 Grove St., Waterville.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations in her name may be made to Harold Alfond Cancer Center for Care, P.O. Box 828, Waterville, ME 04903.

Funeral arrangements are with Gallant Funeral Home, 10 Elm St., Waterville. An on-line guest book may be signed and condolences may be expressed at
Published in Morning Sentinel on August 20, 2013
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DeRosby, Patricia A. (I73336745)
1774 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I17535)
1775 Paul Victor Fraser, of Hildred Drive died on Wednesday, June 18, 2003, as a result of a stroke he suffered on Father's Day.

Mr. Fraser was born on March 27, 1924, in Montpelier, the son of J. Victor and Beatrice (Bouchard) Fraser.

He graduated from St. Michael's High School in Montpelier in 1941, and attended the UVM until February 1943 when he was called into the Army Air Corps. He graduated from pilot training at Lawrenceville Army Air Field, Ill. After further training, he went to England in December 1944, where he flew 32 missions over Germany as a B-17 pilot. Of those missions, he performed 20 of them before turning 21.

In September 1945, Lt. Col. Fraser returned to UVM and graduated with a civil engineering degree in 1947. He then was recalled to the Army and went for meteorology training at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Subsequently, he held various meteorological positions in Japan, Hawaii, Kwajelin Atoll, Washington, D.C., Alaska and Greece. When he retired from the Air Force in September 1966, following his first stroke, he was the commander of Air Weather, PACAF, and was responsible for all the USAF weather installations in the Pacific region.

After retiring from the USAF he was employed by Webster-Martin Inc. as a highway design engineer. He retired from Webster-Martin in 1982.

Mr. Fraser's affiliations included: The Retired Officers Association, of which he was past president of the Green Mountain Chapter; the DAV; the Colchester Lions Club, past president; the Air Force Association; the Father Joy Council of the Knights of Columbus; and the Camp Holy Cross board of directors. He was formerly a selectman for the town of Colchester, and he spent several years on the board of directors for Camp Tara. He was a communicant of the Holy Cross Church in Colchester and served on the Parish Council.

In 1944, he married Elizabeth (Moore) Fraser of Burlington, in Panama Cit, Fla. She predeceased him in 1990. In 1992, he married Cecile (Gamache) Beede Fraser of Portsmouth, N.H.

Mr. Fraser is survived by his wife, Cecile; three sons, Paul, of Jamaica, Philip of Colchester and Christopher of Ijamsville, Md.; a daughter, Mary of Jamaica; four grandchildren; three great-grand children; one step daughter, Sharon Whitney of Stratham, N.H.; a step son, Everett Beede of North Hampton, N.H.; three step grandsons; and several nieces and nephews. He is also survived by two brothers, Loren of Moretown, and Roger of Waterbury, and two sisters, Phyllis Downey of Kensington, Md., and Janet Koval of Montpelier.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday, June 21, at 11 a.m. at the Holy Cross Church in Colchester, with internment to follow in the Holy Cross Cemetery. Visiting hours will be held on Friday, June 20, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. at the Ready Funeral Home South Chapel, 261 Shelburne Road, Burlington.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Visiting Nurse Association, 1110 Prim Road, Colchester, VT 05446, or Our Lady of Ephesus House of Prayer, 35 Fawn Ledge Lane, Jamaica, VT, 05343.
Published in Brattleboro Reformer on June 20, 2003  
Fraser, Paul Victor (I73337909)
1776 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I534)
1777 Pearl E. Sciuto, 86, of Derry, N.H., died Sunday, July 28, 2013, in the Parkland Medical Center in Derry. Born in Nashua, N.H., on January 4, 1927, she was a daughter of the late Lionel and Marie (Gengras) Gamache. She had been a resident of Derry for nearly 15 years, formerly living in Methuen, Mass. Mrs. Sciuto was the president of Mutual Sales, a family owned and operated business in Derry.

She is survived by three sons, Steve Sciuto and his wife, Susan, of Derry, Jack Sciuto and his wife, Sandra, of Londonderry, N.H., and Richard Sciuto and his wife, Gail, of Windham, N.H.; four grandchildren; three siblings, Irene Boucher, Pauline Lamb and Robert Gamache; as well as many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Thomas P. Sciuto, in 1998.

ARRANGEMENTS: There are no calling hours. A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, July 31, at 11 a.m., in the Forest Hill Cemetery, East Derry Road, East Derry. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, TN 38105, The Peabody Funeral Homes and Crematorium, 15 Birch St., Derry, is assisting the family with arrangements. To send a condolence, or for more information, please visit  
Gamache, Pearl E. (I7122)
1778 Pearl Lydia (Gamache) Cavin

Yakima Herald-Republic

June 16, 2003 | Copyright

Valley Hills Funeral Home, Zillah

YAKIMA - Pearl Lydia (Gamache) Cavin of Wapato, WA, passed away at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, June 13, 2003. She had suffered a brain hemorrhage at home, early that morning, and died peacefully in her sleep at Providence Hospital surrounded by her loving husband and family.

Pearl was born to Phillip and Alexina Gamache on June 23, 1920, in Moxee, WA, and married her handsome "cowboy", Melvin James Cavin, on August 21, 1939. They had met when she was 16 and he was 22. They always said he had to wait for her to grow up so he could marry her - and he did!!

Pearl and Melvin had three children: Patricia, Dennis and Terry; and raised their family in the Lower Yakima Valley. ?
Gamache, Pearle Lydia (I73336157)
1779 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I347)
1780 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I482)
1781 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F291
1782 Pennsylvania, Marriages, 1852-1968

Name: Marvin J Tanzer
Gender: Male
Age: 26
Birth Date: abt 1920
Marriage Date: 6 Jun 1946
Marriage Place: Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
Father: Harry Tanzer
Mother: Edith B Banoff
Spouse: Joan C Price
Film Number: 002032578 
Family F471
1783 per 1900 census Jacob Rottecheit Rottscheit, Jacob Paul (I2931)
1784 per 1930 Census of 21st PCT of Detroit, ED 82-805, SD 22 Sheet 16B Weber, Edward Joseph (I1602)
1785 per Alcides' obit Garon, Marie Caroline (I4794)
1786 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3301)
1787 per marriage record Kroupa, Alfred (I16244)
1788 per Mt. Olivet archivist; buried Sec. 23, Block 12, Grave 182 Mullaney, Emma Winifred (I196)
1789 peritonitis after an appendectomy Cronkhite, Thelma E. (I11671)
1790 Pernicious Anemia Lefebvre dit Boulanger, Marie Justine Victoire (I8059)
1791 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73340900)
1792 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73340900)
1793 Pharmacist Hepps, Samuel W. (I72)
1794 Pharmacist Schwartz, Howard (I318)
1795 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I839)
1796 Pharmacist- owned Weinberger Drug Store in Homestead, PA Weinberger, Harry (I332)
1797 Pharmacist-Owner, Whitaker Drugs Weinberger, Louis Peter (I351)
1798 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Marriage Index, 1885-1951

Name: Benjamin Kutler
Gender: Male
Spouse: Elisabeth Janofsky
Spouse Gender: Female
Marriage Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
Marriage Year: 1923
Marriage License Number: 478369
Digital GSU Number: 4141760 
Family F314
Pvt Co M 74 Inf 12 Div
World War I
July 25 1892 Dec 4 1966
Gamache, Phillippe Adelard (I73337023)
1800 Philip Duprey

Born: July 30, 1903

Died: November 26, 1969

Married: Mae Strack

Children: Philip Duprey, Jr., Stephen Duprey, Charles Duprey, Helen Duprey, Mrs. Dale Privilera, Susan Duprey, Mary Duprey

Philip Duprey a motel operator in Ray Brook and had been employed with the Conservation Department at the Mt. Van Hovenburg Bob Run. 
Duprey, Phillip (I9006)

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