LeMasurier, Philip Alexander
B: 10 Aug 1866, Clapham, Surrey, England
Chr: 09 Sep1866, Clapham, Surrey, England
D: 07 Aug 1942, St. Vincent, Kittson County, Minnesota
M: 1892, Jennie Unknown
FN: Philip Alexander
MN: Mary Jane Clark
He first married a St. Vincent girl names Katy who died and then he married an indian woman, Jennie, who bore him a son, Philip Albert who died at age 24 from a ruptured appendix.
Philip had a dray business and in the winter he hauled wash ice. Jennie died and then Philip answered an ad in the paper placed by someone in Crookston looking for a husband. He married her and headed back to St. Vincent. She belonged to the Purple Gang in Chicago. They then moved to Pembina, North Dakota and opened a pool hall. They then moved to the state of Washington leaving behind all of their debts. The woman wrote to Philip and Sarah asking them to send for him and they wrote back that "you took him to Washington, you take care of him." She left him and went to Buffalo, New York and divorced him. Philip then remarried another woman and she died. He then returned to St. Vincent and lived for a while with his sister, Louise, which didn't last too long and then he moved in with William. William swears that Philip was courting again when he died. He died 07 Aug 1942 at age 76. He is buried in St. Vincent
Philip, Jennie and Son can be found on the 1880, 1895, 1910 and 1920 census in St. Vincent, MN.