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151 New York State, Birth Index, 1881-1942

Name: Frank Manart
Birth Date: 26 Mar 1918
Birth Place: Little Falls, New York, USA
Certificate Number: 21350 
Menart (Manart), Frank Jr. (I27110)
152 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F596
153 Occupation

Cost Time Clerk @@ Crane Co. Chapman division, for 45 years. 
Desautels, Alphée (I73336778)
154 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I15565)
155 Ohio, Cuyahoga County, Jewish Marriage Record Extracts, 1837-1934

Abraham Goldman
Estimated Birth Year:
abt 1899
Birth Location:
Residence Location:
Cuyahoga County, Ohio
Pearl Slakovey
Aaron Goldman
Lillian Cohen
Marriage Date:
26 Feb 1922
Marriage Performed By:
J. Spivack
Family F14510
156 Ohio, Death Records, 1908-1932, 1938-2007

Name: Josephi Klavzar
Birth Date: 1908
Gender: Female
Race: White
Residence Place: Trumbull, Ohio, United States
Death Date: 10 Apr 1969
Hospital of Death: Home
Death Place: Trumbull, Ohio, USA
Certificate: 032846
Age at Death: 61
Certifier: Physician
Autopsy: No Autopsy performed
Marital Status: Married 
Grohal, Josephine T. (I26124)
157 Oregon, Death Index, 1898-2008

Name: Leona Frances Gamache
Age: 87
Birth Date: 13 Mar 1910
Death Date: 21 Jun 1997
Death Place: Josephine
Certificate: 97-13904 
Stillwell, Leona Frances (I73340585)
158 Pennsylvania, Marriages, 1852-1968

Name: Ruth Caroline Goldblum
Gender: Female
Age: 21
Birth Date: abt 1927
Marriage Date: 15 Jun 1948
Marriage Place: Allegheny, Pennsylvania, USA
Father: Phillip Goldblum
Mother: Annia Chinich
Spouse: Fred Laufe
Film Number: 002033268 
Family F655
159 Prince Edward Island, Baptism Index, 1788-1943

Name: Judith Beatrice Gallant
Birth Date: 13 Dec 1901
Baptism Date: 15 Dec 1901
Baptism Place: Egmont Bay, Prince Edward Island, Canada
Father: Jean Gallant
Mother: Celine Poirier
Gallant, Judith Beatrice (I18871)
160 Rensselaer County, New York, Marriage Index, 1908-1935

Name: George Joseph Gamache
Marriage Date: 28 Oct 1934
Marriage Place: Rennselaer, New York, USA
Spouse: Viola Rosalind Stuart
Volume: 10
Number: 29694
URL: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.c... 
Family F14061
161 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73342589)
162 She was a resident of Brunswick, Maine; he a resident of Windsor, Ontario  Family F14317
163 Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

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Joyce Eileen Postuchow
[Joyce Racette]
Birth Date:
11 Dec 1933
Birth Place:
Turner Dick, Michigan
Death Date:
18 May 1997
Jacob T Postuchow
Cynthia J Gillespie
Oct 1951: Name listed as JOYCE EILEEN POSTUCHOW; Feb 1965: Name listed as JOYCE RACETTE 
Postuchow, Joyce Eileen (I28288)
164 Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

Name: Carol Ann Chartier
[Carol Selke]
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth Date: 31 Jan 1932
Birth Place: Quinnesec Di, Michigan
[Breitung, Michigan]
Death Date: 13 Aug 1999
Father: Clayton J Chartier
Mother: Germaine V Lapoint
SSN: 398283415
Notes: Sep 1949: Name listed as CAROL ANN CHARTIER; Jul 1965: Name listed as CAROL SELKE; 09 Dec 1983: Name listed as CAROL ANN SELKE; 21 Aug 1999: Name listed as CAROL A SELKE 
Chartier, Carol Antoinette (I27995)
165 Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

Name: Gerald Gamache
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: 24 Jul 1924
Birth Place: Grand Rapids, Minnesota
Death Date: 6 Aug 2003
Father: Adlore Gamache
Mother: Myrtle Padgett
SSN: 474169598
Notes: Dec 1940: Name listed as GERALD GAMACHE 
Gamache, Gerald (I22750)
166 Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007

Name: Raymond Walter Goldblum
[Raymond W Goldblum]
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: 27 Jan 1924
Birth Place: Pgh Alleg, Pennsylvania
Death Date: 21 May 1998
Father: Philip Goldblum
Mother: Anna Chinach
SSN: 206188519
Notes: Oct 1942: Name listed as RAYMOND WALTER GOLDBLUM; 03 Jun 1998: Name listed as RAYMOND W GOLDBLUM 
Goldblum, Raymond Walter (I1615)
167 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F9620
168 U.S. Veterans' Gravesites, ca.1775-2006

Name: Robert A Gamache
Service Info.: PFC US ARMY KOREA
Birth Date: 7 Jul 1932
Death Date: 1 Jan 2002
Service Start Date: 22 Sep 1952
Interment Date: 4 Jan 2002
Cemetery: Massachusetts Veteran Memorial Cemetery
Cemetery Address: 1390 Main St. Agawam, MA 01001
Buried At: Section 1c Row C Site 84 
Gamache, Robert Anthony (I24508)
169 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73341736)
170 U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current

Name: George Gamache
Birth Date: 1900
Birth Place: Champlain, Clinton County, New York, United States of America
Death Date: 12 Sep 1957
Death Place: Clinton County, New York, United States of America
Cemetery: New Saint Mary's Cemetery
Burial or Cremation Place: Champlain, Clinton County, New York, United States of America
Has Bio?: Y
Gamache, George (I73340398)
171 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I10437)
172 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F3671
173 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F7453
174 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F14100
175 WENATCHEE - Virgil Walter Gamache, 99, of East Wenatchee, WA, passed away peacefully at Blossom Valley Assisted Living Facility on Friday, January 10, 2014.

He was born in Moxee City, WA on December 15, 1914 to the late Albert and Louise (Champoux) Gamache. Virgil grew up on a family farm known as Sunshine Ranch which was established by Albert in Toppenish in the 1920s. They raised alfalfa, wheat, corn, potatoes, apples, grapes and hops. Virgil attended Holy Rosary Grade School, LaRue one-room grade school in Toppenish, and graduated from Wapato High School. After a semester at St. Martin?s College in Lacey, WA, he returned to work on the family farm. From 1934 to 1936 he drove school bus for Wapato School District for $8.00 a month. Virgil attended University of Portland and transferred to Seattle University. He then graduated from San Francisco School of Embalming in June of 1939 and served his apprenticeship at Sourwine Funeral Home in Wapato, WA, however, he never worked as a mortician. Due to World War II, his brother Ambrose went into the military, and Virgil chose to return to help his father run the farm and Gamache Market which sold gas, meat, and groceries. In 1942, he enlisted in the US Army Air Corps where he trained and worked as a Crew Chief on the AT-17 Bobcat and B-25 Bomber for 3 years, 3 months, and 3 weeks, stationed in Douglas, AZ!

While home on furlough, he met Geraldine (Gerri) Sarrazin, who was visiting her sister Yvette (the wife of Virgil?s brother, Ambrose) and decided that she was ?the one.? After being discharged from Fort Leavenworth, KS he drove his 1941 Ford to Montreal, Canada and married Gerri on March 2, 1946 at St. Charles Catholic Church, and returned home to continue farming. In the mid-1940?s, Virgil and his brother Francis took over operations of Sunshine Ranch which in later years became the sole ownership of Virgil and is now operated by his sons.

Virgil loved farming and woodwork. After retiring to Port Gamble, WA he landscaped the yard, incorporating his collection of antique farm implements. He built a workshop where he made a long, wooden train, wooden cabinets, headboards, benches and tables, pendulum clocks, flower carts, wagons and wooden toys. Every grandchild received a handmade toy and a pendulum clock. He even made a crochet hook and a pair of crutches just for fun.

When his eyesight started to fail, and he could no longer work in the shop, he turned to his next passion, which was genealogy. He has compiled multiple binders of information regarding ancestors, deeds, trusts, and anecdotal stories. Virgil?s mind remained sharp to the very end. He could accurately list names and dates as he told his stories.

Virgil was a member of Holy Apostles Catholic Church in East Wenatchee and Knights of Columbus. In 1983, he was honored to receive the International Order of the Hop Award for his innovative farming and service to the hop industry.

Virgil is survived by his wife Gerri; his children, Kenneth (Chris) Gamache of Yakima, WA; Bernard (Vicki) Gamache of Yakima, WA; Steve (Jocelyn) Gamache of Toppenish, WA; Barbara (Arnie) Bangs of Easton, WA; Paul (Trudy) Gamache of Selah, WA; Ray (Cindy) Gamache of Harrah, WA and Arlene (John) Neal of East Wenatchee, WA. He is also survived by grandchildren Nicholas, Jacquie, Allison and Andrea; Darren and Andy; Aric and Ryan; Michael and Katie; Patricia, Awndre and Crystal; and Daniel, Sarah and Amanda; and multiple great-grandchildren. Also surviving are his sister, Theresa (Jerry) Wilton of Springfield, OR; sister-in-law Elsie (Amos) Gamache of Yakima, WA and multiple nephews, nieces, cousins and good friends. He was preceded in death by his grandson Jared Gamache; his brothers Ambrose, Amos and Francis; and his sisters Rosalie (Sr. Theresa Louise) and Olive Dietzen.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to LaSalle High School for their Student Center Building Project at 3000 Lightening Way in Union Gap, WA 98903, or Catholic Family and Child Services, 5301 Tieton Dr., Ste. C, Yakima, WA 98908,

Virgil?s Funeral Mass will be held on Tuesday, January 21st, at 10:30 AM at Holy Family Catholic Church, 5315 Tieton Dr., Yakima. Concluding services and interment will follow at Terrace Heights Memorial Park at 1:30 PM. Telford?s Chapel of the Valley in East Wenatchee is handling funeral arrangements. 
Gamache, Virgil Walter (I73336142)
176 WILLIAM ESCOVITZ, a retired postal worker, died on July 15 at the age of 74. A member of the Jewish Civil Service Employees Association, he was also retired from Brink's, Inc. where he had been employed on a part-time basis. Born in New York, he was a longtime resident of this city, and lived in Lyndhurst.
Mr. Escovitz is survived by his wife, Bertha, with whom he celebrated a golden wedding anniversary one month ago; two daughters, Shirley Goldman and Rosalind Gaffin, three grandchildren, one sister and two brothers. Contributions in his memory may be made to the Heart Fund.

Cleveland Jewish News, Friday, July 20, 1979; Page: 24 
Escovitz, William H. (I27747)
177 "Infantile Debility" Gamache, Delia Aveline (I73337097)
178 "Marriages of St Ambrose Catholic Church" (1905-1986) Family F6013
179 "Tonight someone has to be happier because of me." This is the goal given each morning to his awakening, Madame Cécile Grondin Gamache, painter, self-taught. Once in the evening, she does not forget to take stock of her day.

It's August 15 (1930) in Sainte-Marie de Beauce, after having five boys, that Albert Grondin and Leda Bisson finally welcome in the world their first little girl: Cécile. Five other boys follow before Mrs. Grondin gives birth to three girls and a boy.

As a child, Cécile Grondin Gamache collects all the objects she can to try to revive them. She tells her mother most seriously that when she grows up she will surely do something good. In the meantime, she learns to work by supporting her mother and goes to primary and secondary school in Ste-Marie.

Married very young in (1948) Maurice Gamache, (1923-2011) she gave birth to two boys and a girl died at 9½ months during a fire on their property.

She continues, over the years to maintain her great dream as a little girl, that of telling the laborious history of our ancestors beaucerons. In order to express how she feels, she tries all kinds of crafts, from crochet to macrame. But it is in painting that she finally finds satisfaction. Supported by a husband and sons "in gold", she begins to paint.

During this time, she still occupies the function of sacristan from 1956 to 1984 and she paints. Her best lessons, she admits having taken in contact with her parents and the best school for her, it is the elderly. It is also after their story about the life of yesteryear that she produces her paintings. The old men are for her a "lit lamp" on the past.

She visits seniors as often as possible with whom she has a friendly relationship. In 1985, Mrs. Grondin Gamache produced a book of old recipes collected from seniors. All profits from the book went to the seniors of the Sainte Marie Reception Center. Old-fashioned dishes, Imprimerie Bô-Modèle inc., Scott-Jonction, 1985.

Her first exhibition, it is Robert CIiche who pushes her to organize it. Since then, she has had 14 solo exhibitions in all corners of Quebec, in Ottawa and in Europe, more specifically in Paris. She adds 15 group shows in most provinces from Canada to Yellowknife in the Yukon. We must not forget her participation in several books and representation in 15 museums in Quebec. 
Grondin, Cécile (I73332961)
180 ◦Married 9 July 1629, Saint-Illiers-la-Ville (Yvelines, 780558), Yvelines, France, to Nicolas GAMACHE ? (bans 1629-07-09 Br?val (Yvelines : 780107), France), Family F108
181 'PIT' GAMACHE REMEMBERED AS LONG-TIME SERVANT TO THE PUBLIC By Kristen Asiala-Taylor Associate Editor A long-time politician in the Manistee area, Donald "Pit" Gamache died Tueesday, May 8. He was 76. Gamache was fondly remembered by his colleagues as a businessman who was dedicated to public service. He was presently serving a term as Fourth District Manistee County Commissioner, and he has a long history of affiliation with government in the city of Manistee. He served on the City Council in each of the last four decades in 1968, 1974, in the 1980's and the early 1990's. He also served as mayor of the city. Prior to his current term on the county board, he additionally served on the Manistee Area Public School Board, County Tax Allocation Board, Manistee Harbor Commission, County Board of Supervisors, the March of Dimes and the American Red Cross. He was especially known for his work in organizing the local National Guard unit, establishing Security National Bank in Manistee, and securing funding for the Maple Street Bridge construction, local industries and the Century Terrace apartments. "Don was quite an indiviual," said Dick Raskey, who has known Gamache since 1931. "He's been very conscientious in public service. He's an outgoing person and everybody seems to like him. "I think he's contributed quite a bit to the Manistee area in his service as Mayor, on the council and on the county commission.... I'm going to miss him; I think a lot of people will." Chester Glocheski, former city manager and friend, said Gamache was "always positive, always working for something in a positive manner. "We lost a person that was progressive and community-minded." Sylvester "Buck" Flarity said Gamache was active in the Democratic Party for many years. He met him in 1948 when Gamache was a candidate for State Representative. "I knew him through politics and I also knew him as a friend." Flarity said. "I could always count on him if I needed help, no matter what I needed. If he was a friend today, he was a friend tomorrow. "...We never asked Pit anything that he wouldn't do for the city of Manistee, the county or for people he could help." Raskey said he and Gamache always joked about their political affiliations. Raskey is a Republican and Gamache was a strong Democrat. "We'd always go at it," Raskey said, "but it was always in a good way...It was always good to exchange views. We had many good conversations along political lines." Carl Rutskee, vice-chairman of the Manistee County Board of Commissioners, said Gamache was known for his wink. "When he wanted something done and he meant business, he'd give you that wink," Rutske said, "and you knew it had to be done." City Manager Ben Bifoss described Gamache as a "thoughtful" councilman. He didn't talk very often, but when he did, people listened. He was a voice for progress. He was also a voice for moderation at times, but always forward." Bifoss said Gamache was very involved in projects promoting tourism, including construction of the River Walk, as well as many hearings for the Harbor Village development. Glocheski also remembered that Gamache traveled to Washington D.C. to meet with Sen. Phillip Hart when the city had problems obtaining grant money for the Maple Street bridge in the past. Ralph Adamski first met Gamache when he owned the Wholesome (sic) Bakery Co. on First Street, Manistee, 56 years ago. Adamski later did business with him through his beer distributorship, and they struck up a friendship. He remembers the good times at deer camp, when Gamache would brew up his famous split pea soup. "He used to like to cook," Adamski said. "Different groups would come out and he would entertain them....A lot of people liked Pit." Adamski would later become partners with Gamache in the operation of the former Dry Dock Supper Club. Gamache was also the owner of the Pit Stop Lounge and Dockside Restaurant in Manistee, and over the years as a businessman had employed numerous people in the local area. Gamache would have celebrated his 77th birthday this Friday. Gamache, Donald Louis (I4266)
182 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73338508)
183 (Uncle) Louis became guardian of Samuel, son of Louis' brother Gabriel  Gamache, Samuel (I73336394)
184 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I16748)
185 1 Jul 1894 according to WWI Draft record Gamache, Samuel Henry (I7213)
186 11/19/2010 8:01:00 PM
John Neil Gilmer

John Neil Gilmer, 69, of Orlando, FL, died Friday, Nov. 19, 2010 in his home.

He was born Feb. 7, 1941 in New Castle, son of John and Mary Alice (Beeson) Gilmer of Greens Fork. He is survived by his wife of 46 years, Kay Crum Gilmer; a daughter, Ellen Marie Gilmer of Boynton Beach, FL, and a son, John Dean (Shelaine) Gilmer of Indianapolis and their four children.

He also is survived by a sister, Mary Anne (Thomas) Butters of Greens Fork; a brother-in-law, Denny (Marge) Crum of Sulphur Springs, an aunt, Mildred Thornburg of Richmond, numerous nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents and a granddaughter, Elizabeth Nicole Gilmer.

A 1959 graduate of Hagerstown High School, Mr. Gilmer attended Butler University, The Sorbonne in Paris, France, and was graduated from Earlham College. He spent his entire career in the automotive component industry: Perfect Circle/Dana from 1964-67, and Eaton Corporation from 1967-1999, where he won a patent for a powdered metal valve seat insert and served as sales manager of the Engine Components Division.

Mr. Gilmer was known best for his unique wit, broad knowledge and passion for golf.

A Celebration of Life will be held at 12:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 28 at Peace United Methodist Church in Orlando. A memorial service will be held at 1 p.m. at the Greens Fork Community Center Sunday, Dec. 5. Burial will follow at Sugar Grove Cemetery near Greens Fork.

Condolences may be sent to the family at

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Peace UMC, 13502 Town Loop Blvd., Orlando, FL 32837 or Riley Children's Hospital Foundation, 30 South Meridian St. #200, Indianapolis, IN 46204.
Gilmer, John Neil (I656)
187 116 Seneca St., Laurium, Michigan Panattone, Caroline Leona (I22008)
188 13 children total according to headstone Family F2724
189 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I73339910)
190 1300 Sneath Lane San Bruno, CA 94066
Buried At: Section Cb Site 916
Baltus, Dale Frank (I2840)
191 1861 Census of Canada, St-Cyprien de Napierville, p. 31, Line 8 Gamache, Léon Hormidas (I4522)
192 1861 Census of St. Bernard de LaColle, p. 67, Line 12 Gamache, Marie Louise (I11490)
193 1861 Census of St. Bernard de LaColle, p. 67, Line 13 Gamache, Joseph William (I11491)
194 1861 Census of St. Bernard de LaColle, p. 67, Line 14 Gamache, Joseph David (I73336277)
195 1861 Census states ca. 1844 birth Gamache, Damase Hospice Leonel (I73337854)
196 1870s ? Miller?s Ferry and Miller?s Halfway House Badwater (Menominee River) Michigan
Paul Miller established a ?ferry? service on Section 13, Town 40 North of Range 31 West on the old State Road near Badwater which operated in the latter half of the 1870?s to help people cross the Menominee River at this point. 
Miller, Paul (I21873)
197 1871 Census in Cap St. Ignace
1880 Census in Brunswick, Maine
1891 back in Canada 
Family F2880
198 1880 Census Milwaukee, WI - Marie is 39 y.o. living with her brother John Terborg, Marie Wilhelmina Dorothea (I73342452)
199 1900 census Dillon, Mary Ann (I73338089)
200 1900 Census of Lowell, Essex, Massachusetts Forget dit Latour, Octave (I1115)

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