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From: minoune <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Berard-Lepine family
Date: Sun, 6 Aug 2006 13:02:36 -0700 (GMT-07:00)

Thanks for sharing your success Carl. It will serve to inspire all of us to never give up!


-----Original Message-----
>From: Carl W Carruthers <>
>Sent: Aug 6, 2006 10:47 AM
>Subject: [Q-R] Berard-Lepine family
>This is good news!!
>Posted my desperate request on your site. I'd been at the "Brick Wall" for almost two years trying to find the family of Dennis Lapine, Rutland, VT. Carol Ann Grenier Turner () replied with a suggestion. I followed through and wrote a letter to a Mr. Camille L Bolduc, Biddeford, Me, he does not use a computer but has been working on Franco-American and Canadian Genealogy for 25 years. Within a week he sent me a package on my great-grandfather, Denis Berard-Lepine. His parents are Pierre-Ambroise Berard-Lepine and Marie-Anne Prud'homme, married 23 Aug 1825, St-Cuthbert, Berthier, Quebec. He was able to trace the Berard-Lepine family back to France in 1644.
>I immediately called Mr. Bolduc to thank for his fine work. He acted like it was just another days work, but to me I was as excited as a kid at Christmas. I owe Quebec-Research, Carol Ann Grenier Turner and Mr. Bolduc a GREAT BIG THANKS!! for busting down another genealogical wall. Would love to hear from any of my Berard-Lepine relatives.
>Carl W. Carruthers
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