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Subject: [ILSTANNE] St. Pierre
Date: Mon, 8 May 2000 16:17:05 EDT
Re: ST. PIERRE family
For a long time I have been trying to find a connection between the St.
Pierre family and the Lamy, Lami, Lammie, Lamie family. Adeline Allie's obit
Kankakee Daily Journal (page 2)
Saturday February 18, 1905
(Roll 19 Nov 8, 1904 to Aug 24, 1905)
THE DEATH RECORD (s\b 2/13/1905)
Mrs. J. B. Allie, widow of a former St. Anne hotel keeper, and one of the old
settlers of the county, died at the home of her son Godfrey on North Harrison
Ave, at 11 o'clock Friday. She leaves a family of 15 adult children largely
scattered. Mr. Allie and Mrs. Frank Pinckard are the only members living in
Mrs. Allie was born in Canada 75 years ago. * Her maiden name was Adeline St.
Pierre, and she was related to the St. Pierre's in this county and vicinity
The funeral will be held at St. Rose's church Monday morning and the
interment will be in the Catholic Cemetery at Mound Grove.
*NOTE - CONFLICT: St Rose Church & Cemetery death records show her maiden
name as LAMI.
Half of her children's marriage records say their mother's maiden name was
Lamie...but the other half say St Pierre. I found her marriage to
Jean-Baptiste Allie on January 28,1845. Married in Joliet IL (probably by a
missionary priest from there). Her mothers name was listed as Adeline
Marcotte, father C. Lamy and they lived in Bourbonnais Grove.
I would appreciate it if anyone finds a connection between Lami and St
Pierre, PLEASE let me know. There MUST be some reason why half of her
children's records and the obit says St Pierre.