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From: "Anita Nelson" <>
Subject: Re: [NISHNAWBE] In detail Laduke
Date: Wed, 9 Mar 2005 22:48:28 -0500
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Schoolcraft was the county for Munsing until a certain time period, then it
became Alger later. Glad you found them. Anita
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jolene Killoran" <>
To: <>
Sent: Wednesday, March 09, 2005 10:39 PM
Subject: Re: [NISHNAWBE] In detail Laduke


> Anita: Thank you for your reply.
> I found the Duck family in 1880 Census for Munising (but, it was in
> Schoolcraft County, MI) - I don't know why it wasn't taken in Alger
County,
> MI but, I am guessing that maybe that is just the way it was done in 1880.
I
> truly don't know, the Duck family could just be the Duck family .....I
just
> asked whether anyone might know if they could be Laduc/Laduke whatever
> spelling because my family hasn't ever seemed to commit to one version or
> another early on concerning the family name. My Peter Laduc couldn't read
or
> write - which at times brings an interesting combination to how his last
> name is spelled. So far my family they have been found and used Laduke,
> Leduke, Laduc, Laduque, Leduc, and Leaduques. I had read sometimes Laduke
> type names are also spelled Laduck....it is a stretch but, I guess I was
> kinda hoping Duck wasn't that far off from Laduck either. In any case,
> maybe the Duck family might be looking for their ancestors and maybe they
> can find them from my post.
>
> 1880 Munising, Schoolcraft County, MI Census
> Louis Duck age 30 laborer
> Joseph Duck age 5
> Peter Duck age 60 trapper
>
>
> I don't believe that my Peter would have been in Munising, MI in 1880 just
> yet....I believe part of his family was living there at that time.
>
> As far as I know by my family lore, Peter had family in Munising. He was
> part native american, from where or what side I truly don't know......so I
> could be looking for a maternal named family from Munising for him at that
> time- only I don't know his mother's name at all. I was told he joined
some
> of his family in Munising between 1890 and 1900. In 1900 he lived in
> Ontonagon, MI, well at least that was the main location - he still
traveled
> around. If I could locate his birth or death record for sure - I would be
> very happy. My family has tried before, looking for him in records in
> Detroit, MI. He could have been born anywhere really.......and he died at
a
> hospital in Michigan between 1930-1940. It is just so difficult because he
> moved about so much. I can do some looking around in Cheboygan, MI and
also
> keep my eyes peeled also. Thank you, again.
>
> Jo
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Anita Nelson" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 09, 2005 6:02 PM
> Subject: Re: [NISHNAWBE] In detail Laduke
>
>
> > Jolene: I had some old 1850/1860 census information copied from an old
> > microfilm from many years ago. I did not see the name Duck on it nor
> > Leduc. However, I have researched families in the Alger Co. Michigan
> area
> > that had the name Laduc in their lineage. My husband had an Elizabeth
> > Leduc, a Mrs. Lamouria, and a possibly cousin had an Emma Leduc. A
Mrs.
> > Atherton, who recently passed, had a grandmother Leduc. These Leducs
> > migrated here from Cheboygan, Michigan and before that, Russell Co.
> Clarence
> > Creek, Ontario. Another Rosie Laduke, maiden name Carrow, from
Cheboygan
> > who had children Dorris, Rena, Elmer, and Clyde. I will keep my eye out
> for
> > Duck while searching records.
> >
> > This probably don't help much but wanted to let you know I looked. The
> 1870
> > Michigan Census is free on line. Give it a try
> > http://envoy.libomich.lib.mi.us/1870 and the Cheboygan Genealogical
> > Society is on line.
> >
> > Happy Hunting, Anita
> >
> >
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Jolene Killoran" <>
> > To: <>
> > Sent: Tuesday, March 01, 2005 9:46 PM
> > Subject: [NISHNAWBE] In detail Laduke
> >
> >
> > > Hello,
> > >
> > > I gather from not getting a responce my Duck family question -it was a
> > stupid one. Sorry, just gets frustrating sometimes looking. Just hoping
> > someone might know of my family. Thought I give some more details.
> > >
> > > "Joseph" Peter LeDuke born abt. 1849 Detroit, Michigan. Assuming his
> > parents died young....
> > > Peter had sisters by the name of Rose, Alice, and Kitty. Might be more
> > siblings???
> > >
> > > I was thinking that Rose Laduke age 14 was placed with Antoine Morafa
> > family 1870 Census Detroit, MI. Alice Laduke 1870 Census age 11 St.
> > Vincent's Orphans Detroit, MI. Kitty was said to be married to a Voss -
> > Peter lived with her and ran away at about 12 years old.
> > >
> > > Peter Laduke married 1. unknown (could be Rose?) unsure
> > >
> > > Child: Nettie - nickname (could be Edna?) unsure * found Nettie Laduke
> > 1900 Detroit Michigan Census at Mother Mary of Saint Scholastica House
of
> > Good Sheperd working in laundry.
> > >
> > > 2. Selena Sheff (her second marriage also) First marriage said to be
> > Anthony Charboneau.
> > >
> > > *birth record Mary Adelaide Charboneau birth May 14, 1886 Detroit,
Wayne
> > County, Michigan. Name of Father: Anthony Charboneau Name of Mother:
> Selena
> > Sheff. 2nd Marriage Record of Mary Charboneau stated Father's name as:
> > Arthur Charbeneau.
> > >
> > > Children from Peter and who they married
> > >
> > > 1. Joseph Laduke born 1887 Saginaw, MI died 1954 - Mae Dougherty
> > > 2. Joseph Leduke born 1895 Whitefish Pointe, MI - Evelyn?
> > > 3. Theodore Laduke born 1892 Manistique, MI
> > > 4. Geneveive Germaine Laduke born 1894 died 1957 - LaFernier / Edward
> > Listermen
> > > 5. Priscilla Laduke born 1898 - L.J. Berger
> > > 6. Madelin Rose Laduke born 1899 - George LaTondress
> > > 7. Agnes Pearl Laduke born 1901- Raleigh Daugherty/Dougherty
> > > 8. Aloysius John LaDuke born 1903 - Elizabeth Fredrickson
> > > 9. Lewis Laduke- born and died 1904
> > > 10. Francis Hubert Laduke - born 1909 died 1915 drowned
> > >
> > > *funeral card Selina LaDuke born August 11, 1862 died November 13,
1948
> > buried Mt. Olivet Cemetery Detroit, MI. Her sister was Adelaide Sheff
> > married to Francis Goudreau. Selena came from Kent, Ontario Canada
related
> > to Thibodeau's also.
> > >
> > > *Peter worked for the Diamond Match Co. in Ontonagon, MI and fished.
For
> > his first paycheck he bought a gun to hunt to feed his family and a
> > newspaper subscription although he couldn't read. Short bio by Alma
> Swinton.
> > Mrs. Swinton was a doctor's wife and often accompanied Madelin Laduke to
> her
> > appts. She was sight and hearing impaired and had learned Braile.
> > >
> > > In 1920 Joseph Laduke and Mae nee Dougherty are living next to an
Odelia
> > and Priscilla Leduke.
> > > In 1920 George Latondress and Madge are living next to a Claud and
Agnes
> > Laduke.
> > >
> > > I don't have much more just tidbits here and there. I had ordered a
> death
> > record for Peter Laduke but, I am not sure if I have the right one.
> > > That is where the Austin Laduke and Catherine Pelka came in from the
> last
> > email. Please let me know if anything sounds familiar or if it can be
> > corrected.
> > >
> > > Thank you.
> > >
> > > Jo
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
> > >
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