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OCONTO COUNTY
Wisconsin
FAMILIES and BIOGRAPHIES

.MINEAU.

Researched and Contributed by Ralph Mineau


Gathering this information has been a chore! But, there were two things which benefited me greatly.

First, is the Oconto site, which has a great deal of information. Second, is Rita. After stumbling across the Oconto site, I contacted Rita, as suggested. She took the time, not only to answer my many questions, she offered a number of suggestions. She pointed me in directions I had not even considered. Her guidance helped make this possible.

The Mineau Families of Oconto
New York vs. Wisconsin

Wisconsin won!  When I first sent information to the Oconto site, I had found the Mineau family in Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada in Canada’s  1861 Census, I had searched the 1851 Census to no avail.  The church records seemed very complete but there was a gap in baptism records, from after the baptism of Victorie in June 1838, to the baptism of Xavier on 13 October 1852.  Xavier’s baptism record reflected he had been born on 25 August 1852.  This was strange because in most cases, children were baptized on the date of birth or within a very few days.

During the 14 year gap, these children were born, Edward 1840, Oliver 1843, George 1846, Frank 1847, Peter Eusebius 1847, and Louis 1849.
Many U.S. Census and birth records reflected Louis and Xavier had been born in New York, while the birthplace of the others was shown as Canada.
When I obtained a copy of the Oconto Obituary on Louis, it listed his birthplace as Keeseville, New York.

I found the family on the 1850 U.S. Census, New York, Essex County, Chesterfield Township (Page 238).  Listed were, Peter (Pierre), his wife Lucy, and children Peter, Victoria, Edward, Oliver, George, Frank, Zeb (Peter Eusebius), and Lewis.  I believe the family arrived in New York sometime after Peter Eusebius’ birth in December 1847; and they left soon after or just before Xavier’s birth on 25 August 1852.

After less than 5 years in New York, the family returned to Maskinonge, where John, Adolph, Celestin, and Louise Elisabeth were born.  Lucie passed away in 1866 and Pierre remarried later the same year.  In 1867, most of the family came to Oconto.  In 1870 U.S. Census, Pierre was living in Oconto with his new wife Sophia and children, Peter E., Louis, Xavier, John, Adolph, Celestin (Silas), Louise E., and their child Fred.  Living close by were Edward and his family, and Frank and his new wife, Domathilda Lacoursiere.  Oliver had married Sarah Redmon and they were living in Polk County.

Victorie remained in Maskinonge where she married Pierre Lacoursiere and they had 11 children.  George married Helene Lacoursiere in Maskinonge where they stayed until after the birth of their 8th child in 1880.  In 1880 their family moved briefly to Oconto, before settling in Marinette.

I found no record of their oldest son, Pierre Eugene living in Wisconsin.  He did move to St. Louis, Missouri, where he married Bridget Hayes.  I found him on census records from 1860 to 1900, listed as Peter Miner.
Of those who had been in New York for less than 5 years, and later came to Wisconsin in 1867:
    Pierre Prudent Mineau passed away in Marinette, 1900
    Edward Mineau passed away in Oconto, 1918
    Oliver Mineau passed away in Polk Co.
    Frank Mineau passed away in Menominee, MI., 1922.
    Peter E. Mineau passed away in Oconto, 1920.
    Louis who was born in New York, passed away in Oconto, 1937.
    Xavier who was born in New York, passed away in Iron River, 1924.
    George Mineau came to Oconto in 1880 and passed away in Marinette, 1934.

I have found death records and obituaries on all of the children except:

Victorie – No record of her leaving Canada.

Majorique (John) – the last record I found on him was the 1880 Census listing him in Marinette.  I could not find him after that.

Fred (always recorded as Meno) – listed on the 1930 Census in Lincoln County, Wisconsin.

Descendants of Pierre (Peter) Prudent MINEAU
 
 

                                                        Generation No. 1

1. PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7 MINEAU (PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 14 October 1814 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada1,2, and died 20 September
1900 in Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin3. He married (1) LUCIE LAMBERT 25 July 1836 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada4,5, daughter of AUGUSTIN LAMBERT and
M.JOSEPHTE CARON. She was born 02 August 1816 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada6,7, and died 18 May 1866 in Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada8. He married (2)
SOPHIA LEFEBVRE 05 November 1866 in Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada9, daughter of IGNACE LEFEBVRE and MARIE GERVAIS. She was born 08 August 1830 in Louiseville,
Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada10,11.

Notes for PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT MINEAU:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census, Chesterfield Township, Essex Co., New York, Page 238. Listed with wife Lucy, and children, Peter 13, Victoria 11, Edward 9, Oliver 7, George 5, Thomas
(Frank) 3, Zeb (Eusebius)2, Lewis 3/12. Surname spelled "Manous".

Found on 1861 Canadian Census for Hunterstown, Maskinonge, Quebec, page 014. Listed with wife Lucie and 10 sons, Edward, Oliver, George, Frank, Eusebe, Lewis, Xavier, Majorique,
Dolphus, and Celestin. Occupation shown as Carpenter. Surname spelled "Mineau".

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census, South Ward, City of Oconto, County of Oconto, Wisconsin, page 2. Listed as 57, with wife Sophia 39, children Peter 21, Louis 20, Xavier 18, John 16,
Adolphus 13, Philip (Silas) 10, Eliza 7, and Fred 3. Occupation shown as Laborer. Surname spelled "Mino".

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census, Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, Page 29, SD 4, ED 97. Listed as 68, with wife Sophia 53, and children Adolph 22, Silas 20, Freddie 14 and Minna 8. No
occupation was shown. Surname spelled "Menna".

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Marinette City, 3rd Ward, Co. of Marinette, Wisconsin, SD No. 8, ED No. 116, Sheet B-11. Residing in Celestin's home with Sophie (listed as Step-mother).

Obituary Marinette Eagle Star, Thursday, September 20, 1900: Nintey Years Old - Peter Mineau father of Silas and George Mineau passed away at former's home. Peter Mineau age ninety
years passed away this morning at four O'clock At the home of his son Silas Mineau 1302 Garfield Ave. His death was due to general debility. He is survived by his wife, eleven son's and
three daughters. He came here from Oconto last spring. The funeral arrangements have not yet been made.

More About PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT MINEAU:

Burial: St. Joseph Cemetery, Marinette, Wisconsin

Notes for LUCIE LAMBERT:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with her husband and family.

Children of PIERRE MINEAU and LUCIE LAMBERT are:

               2. i. EDWARD8 MINEAU, b. 31 May 1840, Canada; d. 05 April 1918, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin.

               3. ii. PIERRE (PETER) EUGENE (MINER) MINEAU, b. 17 July 1837, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; d. 27 November 1908, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri.

               4. iii. VICTOIRE MINEAU, b. 28 June 1838, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.

               5. iv. OLIVER MINEAU, b. December 1843, Canada; d. 13 April 1919, Eureka, Polk Co., Wisconsin.

               6. v. GEORGE MINEAU, b. 18 June 1846, Canada; d. 22 July 1934, Peshtigo, Marinette Co., Wisconsin.

               7. vi. THEODULE (FRANK) MINEAU, b. March 1847, Canada; d. 30 May 1922, Menominee, Michigan.

               8. vii. PETER EUSEBIUS MINEAU, b. 08 December 1847, Canada; d. 01 June 1920, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin.

               9. viii. LOUIS MINEAU, b. 15 January 1849, Keeseville, Essex County, New York; d. 27 May 1937, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin.

               10. ix. FRANCOIS XAVIER MINEAU, b. 25 August 1852, Keeseville, Essex County, New York; d. 12 February 1924, Iron River, Bayfield Co., Wisconsin.

               11. x. MAJORIGUE (JOHN) MINEAU, b. 04 May 1855, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada.

               12. xi. ADOLPH MINEAU, b. 18 January 1857, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; d. 21 November 1919, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin.

               13. xii. CELESTIN (SILAS) MINEAU, b. 25 April 1860, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; d. 14 May 1926, Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan.

               14. xiii. LOUISA ELISABETH MINEAU, b. 07 October 1862, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; d. 27 March 1923, Fleming, Cayuga Co., New York.

Children of PIERRE MINEAU and SOPHIA LEFEBVRE are:

               15. xiv. FRED8 MINEAU, b. November 1869, Wisconsin.

               16. xv. MARIE (MINNIE) PRUDENT MINEAU, b. 03 March 1875, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 17 October 1961, Pinecrest Medical Care Facility, Escanaba, Delta Co., Michigan.
 
 

                                                        Generation No. 2

2. EDWARD8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 31 May 1840 in Canada, and died 05 April 1918 in Oconto City, Oconto Co.,
Wisconsin12. He married DELIA BRULE 09 July 1861 in Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada13, daughter of JEAN BRULE and ANGELIQUE LAJOIE. She was born 23 January 1844 in
Saint Leon le Grand, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada14, and died 22 November 1927 in Prestigo, Marinette Co., Wisconsin15.

Notes for EDWARD MINEAU:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census with his parents and family.

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with his parents, listed as Edouard.

Married Delia Brule on 09 July 1861, he was listed as Pierre Francois Edouard Mino.

Appears on 1870 Census, City of Oconto South Ward in the Co. of Oconto, State of Wisconsin Roll 1730 Sheet 277, Page 1. Listed as Edward Meno with wife and four children, Edward,
Emma, Rosa and Mary. His occupation was laborer and he could not read or write English.

On 06 May 1873, Edward completed his Notice of Intent to become a Citizen. His name was recorded as Minot.

On Nov. 2, 1874, Edward and Delia were witnesses for the wedding of George Corrileau and Felanise Barrdeau.

Appears on 1880 Census, City of Oconto South Ward in the Co. of Oconto, State of Wisconsin, Vol 20, SD 4, Ed 109, Sheet 33. Listed as Edward Mineau with wife and 7 children Edward,
Emma, Rose, Oliver, Frank, George, and William. His occupaton shown as sawmill worker.

Appears on 1881 Canadian Census, Quebec, District 85, Maskinonge, Saint Alexis. Appears with wife Delia, son Edward Jr. and is shown as a traveler.

Appears on 1900 Census, Oconto City-West Ward in the Co. of Oconto, State of Wisconsin Supervisors Dist. No. 8, Enumeration Dist. No. 139, Sheet 8. Listed as Edward Mineau with
wife and children Edward (believed to be Frank), Emma, George William. Emma has three children of hers, Maggie, Louis, and Mary living with them. It shows Edward's birth as May 1840,
his age as 60, his being married 39 years, he and his parents born in Canada, his occupation as Lumber Grader. It showed he could read and write English.

Appears on the 1910 Census, City of Oconto, in the Co. of Oconto, State of Wisconsin Supervisor's Dist. #8, Enumeration Dist. #108 Sheet 7A. Listed as Edward Mineau with wife. It
shows his age as 69 and him working in a Lumber Mill.

Obituary in Oconto County Reporter, 11 April 1918 - PIONEER RESIDENT CALLED TO REST - Edward Mineau, Sr., Resident of City 51 Years - Passed Away After Illness Seven Weeks
With Pleurisy - Edward Mineau, Sr., answered his final summons last Friday, death occurring at his home on Mc Donald street, after an illness of seven weeks with pleurisy. Deceased
was born in Canada, May 31, 1840 and had been a resident of this city for the past 51 years. He leaves to mourn his death his wife, four sons, Edward of Kaukuna, Edward of Oconto,
George of Green Bay, and William of Gladstone, Mich., and two daughters, Mrs. Emma La Mountain and Mrs. Gust Le Comte of Oconto. He is also survived by eight brothers, George,
Peter, Louis and Dolphus of Oconto, Frank of Menominee, Mich., Oliver of St. Croix Falls, Xavier of Iron River, Wis., and Silas of Ontonagon and one sister Mrs. Peter Gilbert of Auburn,
N.Y. The funeral was held Monday morning at none o'cloce from St. Peter's church, with Rev. Fr. Looze as celebrant of the requiem, interment being in Catholic cemetery. Mr. Mineau was
a member of the C. K. of W. the members of which acted as pallbearers. Mr. and Mrs. George Mineau of Green Bay, William Mineau of Gladstone, Xavier Mineau of Iron River, Wis., Frank
Mineau of Menominee, Mrs. Frank Matevier of Wells, Mich., and Mrs. George Pecor of Kenosha were present at the funeral. ---- Card of Thanks ----- We wish to extend to our neighbors
and friends our heartfelt thanks for the kindness and sympathy shown us during our recent bereavement. Mrs. Edward Mineau, Sr., and Family.

More About EDWARD MINEAU:

Burial: 08 April 1918, Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto, Wisconsin

Notes for DELIA BRULE:

Appears on 1851 Canadian Census with her parents.

Appears in Oconto Census' of 1870, 1880, 1900 & 1910. 1900 & 1910 Census' both reflect she had 12 children and 6 were living.

Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her husband shown as a traveler.

Appears on 1920 U.S. Census living with her daughter Rose's family.

Marinette Eagle Star, Friday, 25 November 1927, -MARINETTE MAN'S MOTHER IS BURIED IN OCONTO TODAY - Oconto, Nov. 25 - Mrs. Edward Mineau Sr., 85, passed away
Tuesday evening, November 22 at 8 o'clock at Peshtigo, ailments incident to old age causing her death. She had been quite feeble for several years. She is survived by three sons, George
Mineau, Marinette; Edward Mineau Jr., Oconto; William Mineau, Gladstone, Mich., and two daughters, Mrs. Emma La Mountain and Mrs. Gustave LeComte Sr., of Oconto, also by a
number of grandchildren. N.J. Gagnon, mortician, went to Peshtigo Tuesday evening and brot the body to Oconto, where it was prepared for burial and is at the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Gustave Le Comte. Funeral services were held this morning at 9 o'clock from St. Peter's Catholic church. The Rev. J. J. Looze officiated, and interment was made in the Catholic
cemetery.

More About DELIA BRULE:

Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto, Wisconsin

Children of EDWARD MINEAU and DELIA BRULE are:

               i. WILLIAM F.9 MINEAU, b. 10 August 1879, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin16; d. 17 August 1949, Gladstone, Delta Co., Michigan17; m. EXILDA BEAUDRY, 29 January
               1905, Gladstone, Delta Co., Michigan18; b. 25 July 1886, Negaunee, Marquette Co., Michigan; d. 05 January 1971, Rural-Pentland Twp., Luce Co., Michigan19.

               Notes for WILLIAM F. MINEAU:

               Appears on the 1880 Census with his family in Oconto, Wisconsin.

               Appears on the 1900 Census with family his family in Oconto, Wisonsin. Shows his birth August 1879, age 20, single, and his occupation as Day Laborer.

               On 11 October 1910, William purchased Section No. D., Lot 45, at Fernwood Cemetry in Escanaba, Delta Co., Michigan for $10.00. Buried in that lot are:

               his father & mother in-law, Souverin & Zoe Beaudry; he and his wife Exilda; two sons George & Robert, and two daughters Mildred and Jeanette.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Michigan, Delta Co., Gladstone City, 2nd Ward, SD 1, ED 53, Sheet 17B. Listed with wife and children, Arthur, Leonard, George and Mildred.

               Appears on the 1920 Census, State Michigan, County Delta, Ward of City Gladstone, Supervisors Dist. #11, Enumeration District # 70, Sheet 9B. He is listed with his wife and 8 children; Arthur 13, Leonard 11,
               Mildred 9, Wilford 8, Clifford 5, Bernice 4, Jeannette 1, and Ralph 5/12. It shows his age as 39 and his occupation as Watchman.

               Appears on the 1930 U.S. Census, Michigan, Delta Co., Gladstone City, 1st Ward, ED 21-20, SD 2, Sheet 3B. Listed with wife and children, Leonard, Wilfred, Clifford, Bernice, Ralph, Carlton and Lewellyn. Age
               listed as 48, Occupation, Switchman on Steam Railroad.

               More About WILLIAM F. MINEAU:

               Burial: 20 August 1949, Fernwood Cemetery, Gladstone, Delta Co., Michigan

               Notes for EXILDA BEAUDRY:

               Appears on 1910, 1920, and 1930 U.S. Census with her husband.

               On 21 February 1944, Exilda purchased Section No. G, Lot 14, at Fernwood Cemetery, Escanaba, Delta Co., Michigan for $20.00. Buried there are;

               her brothers Edward and Wiliam, and her sister Mary.

               More About EXILDA BEAUDRY:

               Burial: 08 January 1971, Fernwood Cemetery, Gladstone, Delta Co., Michigan

               ii. EDWARD MINEAU, b. 25 March 1862, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada20; d. 06 February 1924, Sumico, Brown Co., Wisconsin21; m. SOPHIA LESSOR, 13 June 1881, Oconto, Oconto County,
               Wisconsin22; b. 01 November 1864, Canada; d. 19 October 1943, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin23.

               Notes for EDWARD MINEAU:

               Appears on 1870 and 1880 Census with parents. Shows him 8 in 1870, 18 in 1880, having been born in Canada in 1862, and working in a Saw Mill.

               August 1879 birth record of brother William lists Edward as child at home.

               On 7-6-90, Edward and his wife Sophia were listed as witnesses at the wedding of his sister Rose.

               Appears on 1900 Census in Brazeau Town, Co. of Oconto, State of Wisconsin Supervisor's Dist. #8 Enumberation Dest #146, Sheet #7, as Edward Meno. Listed with wife Sopia and children Henry, Xavier, Louisa,
               Thomas, Elsie, Leona, Leo and Ida. Shows birth as March 1862, age as 38, married for 19 years. He and his parents being born in Canada and his occupation as Laorer.

               Surname is spelled "Meno".

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Brazeau Township, Sheet 2A. Listed with wife Sophia, children Thomas, Elsie, Leona, Leo and Ida.

               Death Notice in Marinette Eagle Star of 08 February 1924 - DROPS DEAD -

               Edward Mineau Dropped Dead In Big Suamico This Moring, According to Message. Mrs. George Mineau received a long distance message this morning that Edward Mineau dropped dead this morning in Big
               Suamico. Mr. and Mrs. George Mineau will to to Suamico this evening to attend the funeral. Details of the sudden death were not given in the message.

               Oconto County Reporter, Thursday, 14 February 1924 - FORMER RESIDENT DIES SUDDENLY AT SUAMICO THURSDAY - Edward Mineau Jr., a former resident of Oconto died suddenly at his home two
               miles from Big Suamico Thursday night from heart trouble. Mr. Mineau had been in good health and had walked to Big Suamico and back just a few hours before his death. After supper Thursday he went out into
               the kitchen to strain the milk. At about eleven o'clock his son, who had spent the evening at a neighbor's home, found him dead in the kitchen. He was sixty-three years old at the time of his death. Deceased was born
               in Canada March 25, 1862, but since he was seven years old has spent his entire life in Oconto county. He has lived in Oconto, Coleman, and three years age moved to Big Suamico. He is survived by his mother,
               Mrs. Edward Mineau Sr. of Oconto; his wife; three sons, Xavier of Green Bay; Henry of Laona, and Thomas at home; and four daughters Mrs. Chas. Couvillion and Mrs. Victor Duquaine of Niagara, Mich., Mrs D.
               Venturis, Beloit; and Mat Ricksgers of Muskegon, Mich., three brothers, Alphonse of Oconto; William of Escanaba, Mich, and George of Marinette; and two sisters, Mrs. Louis La Mountain Sr., and Mrs. Gust Le
               Comte, both of this city. The funeral was held Monday morning at eleven o'clock from St. Peter's church in this city, Rev. Father Loose officiating. Interment was made in the Catholic cemetery. The pallbearers were:
               Walter Peterson, Clarence Kinziger, James O'Neil, Freeman Le Comte, Ernest Bourassa and George Delorem.

               More About EDWARD MINEAU:

               Burial: 11 February 1924, Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto, Wisconsin

               More About SOPHIA LESSOR:

               Burial: 22 October 1943, Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto, Wisconsin

               Marriage Notes for EDWARD MINEAU and SOPHIA LESSOR:

               Witnesses included Adolph Lessort and Marie Hubert

               iii. EMMA MINEAU, b. 23 September 1863, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada24; d. 28 January 1948, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin25; m. LOUIS LA MOUNTAIN, 13 June 1881, Oconto,
               Oconto County, Wisconsin26,27; b. Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada; d. September 1931, Wausau, Wisconsin.

               Notes for EMMA MINEAU:

               Listed on 1870 & 1880 with her parents. Shown as being born in Canada. 1880 Census shows her as age 16 and working as a Sewing Girl.

               August 1879 birth record of brother William lists Emma as child at home.

               Listed on 1900 Census with her parents with last name of Lamontain and status as divorced. Reflects she was born September 1863 in Canada, had 5 children and 4 were living. Three of her children were also on this
               census with her parents. Shows Emma's occupation as Paper Hanger.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               Obituary in Marinette Eagle Star of 29 January 1948 - DEATH CLAIMS OLD RESIDENT - Mrs. Emma La Mountain, 85, one of Ocont's oldest residents who came here when she was four years old, died at 8:15
               p.m. Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Mary Thode, 442 Baldwin street. Mrs La Mountain was enjoying fairly good health when she was stricken wtih her final illness two weeks ago. Born in Canada
               September 23, 1862, she came to Oconto 81 years ago and had resided here since. Besides Mrs. Rhodes she is survived by four other children. They are Mrs. Elizabeth Lenneau, and Mrs. John Dreshek of Oconto,
               Mrs. John Noel of Iron Mountain and son Louis La Mountain of Ontonagon. Also surviving are two brothers George Mineau of Marinette and William Mineau of Gladstone, a sister, Mrs. Rose Le Comte of Oconto,
               three grandchildren and three great grandchildren. At 9 a.m. Saturday teh Rev. B.B. Belanger will say a requiem funeral mass in St. Peter's church where Mrs. La Mountain was a member of St. Ann's society. The
               remains may be viewed at the Sheffield funeral home from tonight until time for the final rites. Father Belanger will lead the rosary at 7 p.m. Friday at the mortuary and a half hour later members of St. Ann's society
               will assemble to recite the rosary.

               Notes for LOUIS LA MOUNTAIN:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, West Ward, SD 8, ED 108, Sheet 7B. Appears with wife Emma, children Louis, Mary, Louise, Margaret Calligan and granddaughter Luella
               Margaret Calligan.

               (Special to Press-Gazette) dated 14 September 1931

               Louis La Mountain to be buried Wednesday. Oconto, Wisconsin-Louis La Mountain, 84, for 58 years a resident of Oconto, died at 6 o'clock Sunday morning at a Wausau hospital of a heart ailment. he body was
               brought to Oconto last evening and taken to the Gagnon funeral home and was later removed to the La Mountain residence. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, with sevices at St. Peter's
               Catholic church, the Rev. J.J. Lozze officiating. Interment will be in the Oconto Catholic cemetery. Mr. La Mountain was born in Louisville, provice of Quebec, Canada, and came to Oconto at the age of 26, residing
               here since. During his life he was employed by the Oconto company here. He is survived by his widow; four daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Leneau, Mrs. Mary Rhode..no more legible

               More About LOUIS LA MOUNTAIN:

               Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto Wisconsin

               Marriage Notes for EMMA MINEAU and LOUIS LA MOUNTAIN:

               Witnesses at wedding include Emma's brother, Edward Minot and Sophia Lessor.

               iv. M.ROSE DE LIMA MINEAU, b. 14 July 1865, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada28; d. 31 March 1866, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada29.

               v. PIERRE XAVIER MINEAU, b. 27 February 1867, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada29.

               vi. MARY MINEAU, b. 21 June 1870, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. Bef. 1879.

               Notes for MARY MINEAU:

               Appears on 1870 Census with parents, as a twin of Rose. Shows age as 1 month.

               Not listed on 1880 Census with rest of family.

               vii. ROSE MINEAU, b. 21 June 1870, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; m. GUSTAVE JOSEPH LE COMTE, 06 July 1890, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin30; b. Belgium.

               Notes for ROSE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1870 & 1880 Census with her parents. She was a twin to Mary, and was born in 1870.

               August 1879 birth record of brother William lists Rose as child at home.

               On 6/13/87, Rosa was a witness at the wedding of her Uncle Adolph.

               Appears on 1900 Census with her husband Gustave and 5 children. It shows her birth as June 1870, her age as 29, she had been married for 9 years, she had 6 children and 5 were living.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               Obituary in Marinette Eagle Star of 14 April 1956 - DIES LAST NIGHT AT GREEN BAY - Mrs. LeComte Of Oconto Striken - Oconto - Mrs. Rose Le Comte, 85, lifetime Oconto resident, died Friday night at the
               home of her daughter, Mrs. G. Suderberg, in Green Bay. She had been ill for three weeks. The former Rose Mineau was born here June 21, 1870. She married Gustave Le Comte 67 years ago in St. Peter's church. He
               died in 1928. She is survived by seven daughters and two sons. They are Mrs. Edward Loose of Milwaukee, Mrs. G.F. Suderberg, Mrs. Walter Whitaker and Mrs. Francis Vanderfin of Green Bay, Mrs. William Van
               Gaal, Mrs. Walter Petersen, Mrs Clarence Kinsiger, Charles and Gustave Lecomte of Oconto. Also surviving are a brother George of Marinette, 10 Grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren. The body is at Sheffield
               funeral home where friends may call from 7 tonight until final rites at 9 a.m. Monday in St. Peter's church. The Rev. Abner Laque will officiate and burial will be in Catholic cemetery. Rosary services will be held at
               3 p.m. Sunday by Catholic Foresters and by 9 p.m. the parish.

               Marinette Eagle Star, Monday, 16 April 1956, Oconto Funeral - Le Comte - The Rev. Abner LaQue officiated at final rites today for Mrs. Rose Le Comte, Oconto resident who died Friday. The rites were held in St.
               Peter's church and burial was in Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were six grandsons, Leon VanGaal, Robert Loose, Robert and William Peterson, Richard and Thomas Le Comte.

               Notes for GUSTAVE JOSEPH LE COMTE:

               Appears on the 1900 Census, Oconto City West Ward in the Co. of Oconto, State of Wisconsin Supervisor's Dist. #8, Enumeration District 139, Sheet #4, with his wife Rose and children Rose, Emma, Mary,
               Stella, and Charles. Listed as Gust Lacompte, birth November 1869, age 30, married for 9 years. It reflects he and his parents were born in Belgium. He immigrated in 1886 and his occupation was a Hotel Keeper.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, South Ward, SD 8 ED. 107, Sheet 1A. Listed with wife, children Mary, Emma, Ida, Stella, Charlie, Gladys, Gustave Jr., Hellen, William, and
               nephew Felix.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, SD 8, ED 170 Sheet 5B (family continues onto 6A). Shown with wife, children John, Gladys, Gustave, Helin, Lorraine and mother in law Delia
               Mineau.

               According to the book "A History of Oconto - Wisconsin" by George E. Hall, who was a local historian and member of the Oconto County Historical Society, on page 61 there is the following information. "Gust
               Lacomte of Belgium was proprietor of the La Comte House, well known for it's fine food. It had a big dance hall upstairs."

               Marriage Notes for ROSE MINEAU and GUSTAVE LE COMTE:

               Witnesses included; Adeline Lecomte and Regina Freparrier.

               viii. OLIVER MINEAU, b. 10 June 1872, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 02 November 1899, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin31.

               Notes for OLIVER MINEAU:

               August 1879 birth record of brother William shows Oliver as child at home.

               Appears on the 1880 Census with parents. Shows age as 8.

               Oconto County Reporter, 03 November 1899 --DEATHS-- Oliver Meneau, who suffered an injury while at work in the Holt mill a few weeks ago, died early this morning.

               Oconto County Repoter, 10 November 1899 --DEATHS-- The funeral of Oliver Meneau, mention of whose death was made in last week's Reporter, was held on Monday at St. Peter's Church. The deceased was 27
               years old and unmarried.

               More About OLIVER MINEAU:

               Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto, Wisconsin

               ix. FRANK MINEAU, b. 01 March 1874, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 15 July 1943, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin32.

               Notes for FRANK MINEAU:

               Appears on the 1880 Census with parents with age show as 6 (should be a birth year of 1874), listed as Frank.

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with his father and mother as travelers, listed as Edward Jr.

               1900 Census with parents shows an Edward born March 1874, age 26, born in Wisconsin. I believe this is a mistake on the name. There was a son Edward born in Canada in 1862. These dates and place of birth
               match the son Frank.

               Edward was also the name on Frank's Obituary in the Marinette Eagle Star on Friday, 16 July 1943.

               Possibly listed on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, North Ward, SD 8, ED 106, Sheet 10B. Listed as Edward with wife Elizabeth (married 7 years).

               Obituary, Marinette Eagle Star, 16 July, 1943, Friday, EDWARD MINEAU DIES AT OCONTO - Brother of George Mineau of Marinette - Oconto-Edward Mineau, 69, lifetime resident here, died yesterday
               afternoon at his home following a stroke. He was born March, 1874, in Oconto and worked for the Oconto Company lumber firm until 15 years ago when he retired. The body will lie in stateat the Gagnon-Sheffield
               funeral home until Saturday morning a 9 o'clock when last rites will be held at St. Peter's Catholic church, the Rev. Byron B. Belongia officiating. Burial will be in the Oconto Catholic cemetery. He is survived by
               two brothers George of Marinette and William of Gladstone; and two sisters, Mrs. Emma La Mountain and Mrs. Rose La Comte, both of Oconto.

               More About FRANK MINEAU:

               Burial: 17 July 1943, Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto Wisconsin

               x. GEORGE PETER MINEAU, b. 26 September 1877, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 13 February 1958, Marinette General Hospital, Marinette Co., Wisconsin33; m. VICTORIA PREMO, 12 July
               1909, Menominee, Michigan34; b. 05 April 1877, Menominee, Michigan; d. 09 July 1934.

               Notes for GEORGE PETER MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 Census with parents. Shows age as 4.

               August 1879 birth record of brother William shows George as child at home.

               Appears on 1900 Census with parents. Shows birth September 1877, age 22,

               single, and his occupation as Day Laborer.

               Apperars on the 1910 Census for City of Oconto North Ward, Co. of Oconto, State of Wisconsin, Supervisor's District 8, Enumeration District #106, Sheet 7B

               with wife and son. Shows age 34, M(2) for 5 years and his occupation as Saloon Keeper.

               Marinette Eagle Star, Thursday, 13 February 1958, - George Mineau 81, Dies Today - Paper Employe And Landscaper - George P. Mineau, 81, who retsided at 1833 Wisconsin St., died at 7:35 a.m. today at
               Marinette General hospital where he had been a patient since Saturday. Mr. Mineau who was born September 25, 1876 at Oconto, spent his early life there where he worked for the lumber industry. He was sexton of
               Woodlawn cemetery at Green Bay fefore coming to this city. Mr. Mineau was an employee of Marinette and Menominee Paper Co., and also did landscaping and gardening around the twin cities before his retirement
               20 years ago. His only survivor is a son, Clifford Mineau of Marinette. His wife, the former Victoria Premo, died July 9, 1934. Services will be conducted Saturday morning at St. Josephs' church of which he was a
               member. The Rev. Omer Champagne will officiate and burial will be in Forest Home cemetery. Mc Lain-Thielen-Langer funeral home is in charge of arrangements.

               More About GEORGE PETER MINEAU:

               Burial: 15 February 1958, Forest Home Cemetery, Marinette, Wisconsin

               Notes for VICTORIA PREMO:

               Appears on 1910 Census with her husband and son.

               Marinette Eagle Star, Tuesday, 10 July 1934, MRS. G. MINEAU PASSES AWAY - Long-time Resident Succumbs to Long Illness Monday Night - Mrs. George P. Mineau 57, 1521 Sherman street, this city, died
               in her home, about 8:45 O'clock last evening, following an illness of eight months' duration with stomach trouble. The deceased had also been afflicted with gradual blindness for a number of years and had been
               totally blind for some time. The deceased was born in Menominee April 5, 1877, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Primo. She is survived by her husband and one son, Clifford, also one brother, George Premo of
               Pentoga, Mich., and five sisters, Mrs. Alex Demarah, Mrs. Alex Savard and Mrs. Joseph Smith, this city; Mrs. Joseph Taylor, Detroit, Michigan; Mrs. Albert Last, Tacoma, Washington. Remains were removed to
               the Mc Lain funeral home and this afternoon were taken back to the home of the deceased in Sherman street. funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock from the home. Interment will be in Forest
               Home cemetery.

               Marriage Notes for GEORGE MINEAU and VICTORIA PREMO:

               Witnesses Joseph and Vina Smith from Marinette, WI.

               xi. GIRL MINEAU, b. 24 November 1882, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin35.

               Notes for GIRL MINEAU:

               No information after her birth record. Believed to be one of the 6 children who had passed away prior to 1900.

               xii. LOUIS MINEAU, b. 22 May 1885, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 28 January 1899, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin36.

               Notes for LOUIS MINEAU:

               Oconto County Reporter, 03 February 1899 --- DEATHS --- The 14 years' old son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meneau died of heart disease on Sunday. The funeral was held on Tuesday from St. Peter's Church.

               More About LOUIS MINEAU:

               Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto Wisconsin
 
 

3. PIERRE (PETER) EUGENE (MINER)8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 17 July 1837 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec,
Canada37,38, and died 27 November 1908 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri. He married (1) BRIDGET HAYES 25 December 1862 in St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri39,40, daughter
of MICHAEL HAYES and BRIDGET MACKEY. He married (2) ELLA Abt. 1891. She was born in Kentucky.

Notes for PIERRE (PETER) EUGENE (MINER) MINEAU:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census with his parents and family.

Appears on 1860 U.S. Census, Missouri, St. Louis Co., St. Louis City, 5th Ward, Page 149. Listed as Peter Minor, shown as 22 and a servant, from New York.

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census, Missouri, St. Louis Co., St. Louis City, Page 389. Shown as Peter Minor 32 from Canada, with wife Bridget 30, children Charles 6, John 5, George 3, Dennis 3,
and Mary 1. Ann Woods 20 is living with them as a domestic servant.

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census, Missouri, St. Louis Co., St. Louis City, Ed 167, Page 52 D. Shown as Peter Miner 39, with his wife Bridget 39, children Charles 16, John 15, George 13, Daniel
11, and Mary 10. Michael Hanley 23 is living with them as a hired man.

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Missouri, St. Louis Co., St. Louis City, 4th Ward, Page 155, Sheet 4A. Shown as 58 married 9 years, with wife Ella 45.

St. Louis Post, Saturday, 28 November 1908 - DEATHS - MINERS - On Friday, Nov. 27, 1908, at 12:30 p.m., Peter Miners, beloved husband of Ella Miners. Funeral from Cullinane Bros.
undertaking rooms, on Sunday, Nov. 29, at 1:30 p.m., to St. Malachy's Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery. Friends are invited to attend.

More About PIERRE (PETER) EUGENE (MINER) MINEAU:

Burial: 29 November 1908, Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri, Section 12, Lot 0240

Notes for BRIDGET HAYES:

Appears on 1870 & 1880 U.S. Census with her husband & family.

More About BRIDGET HAYES:

Burial: 24 August 1890, Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri, Section 12, Lot 0240

Notes for ELLA:

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her husband.

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Missouri, St. Louis Co., St. Louis, 6th Ward, Page 196A. Shown as 52, widowed 2.

Children of PIERRE MINEAU and BRIDGET HAYES are:

               i. CHARLES E.P. (MINER)9 MINEAU, b. Abt. 1864, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri.

               Notes for CHARLES E.P. (MINER) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1870 & 1880 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Obituary - St. Louis Post, Saturday, June 30, 1883, Page 5. DIED - MINER - On Saturday, June 30, at 2:15 a.m. Chas. E.P., eldest son of Peter and Bridget Miner, aged 19 years, 5 months and 8 days. Funeral will
               take place from the family residence corner Baltimore and Cottage avenues, Sunday, July 1, at 2 p.m.

               More About CHARLES E.P. (MINER) MINEAU:

               Burial: 01 July 1883, Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri, Section 12, Lot 0240

               ii. JOHN E. (MINER) MINEAU, b. Abt. 1865, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri.

               Notes for JOHN E. (MINER) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1870 & 1880 U.S. Census with his parents.

               More About JOHN E. (MINER) MINEAU:

               Burial: 08 November 1893, Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri, Section 12, Lot 0240

               iii. GEORGE (MINER) MINEAU, b. Abt. 1867, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri; d. 13 March 1908, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri; m. JOSEPHINE DRISCOLL; b. May 1873.

               Notes for GEORGE (MINER) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1870 & 1880 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Missouri, St. Louis Co., St. Louis, 27th Ward, Ed 405, Sheet 5A. Shown as 32 with wife Josephine 27, children George 6, Mary 3, John 1.

               St. Louis Post, Sunday, 15 March 1908, Page 1B. MINER - Suddenly on Friday, March 13, 1908, at 5:30 p.m. George Miner, beloved husband of Josephine Miner, (nee) Driscoll, and dear father of George, Mary,
               John, Agnes and Oliver Miner, and son of Peter Miner, brother of Mollie Miner. Funeral will take place on Monday, March 16, 1908, at 2 p.m. from family residence, 3950 C. Kennerly avenue, to St. Matthew's
               Church, thence to Calvary Cemetery, Friends invited to attend. Deceased was a member of Painters' Local 46.

               More About GEORGE (MINER) MINEAU:

               Burial: 16 March 1908

               Notes for JOSEPHINE DRISCOLL:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her husband & family.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census living with her brother William, brother Timothy, father Michael, and her children. She is shown as 34 and as a widow.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census living with her brother William, brother Timothy and her chilren. Shown as 43, last name spelled Minor.

               Appears on 1930 U.S. Census, Missouri, St. Louis Co., St. Louis, Ward 22, Ed 96-119, Sheet 7A. Shown as 55, living with son Oliver 23.

               iv. DANIEL (MINER) MINEAU, b. Abt. 1869, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri.

               Notes for DANIEL (MINER) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1870 & 1880 U.S. Census with his parents.

               More About DANIEL (MINER) MINEAU:

               Burial: 13 February 1894, Calvary Cemetery, St. Louis, Missouri, Section 12, Lot 0240

               v. MARY (MINER) MINEAU, b. Abt. 1870, St. Louis, St. Louis County, Missouri.

               Notes for MARY (MINER) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1870 & 1880 U.S. Census with her parents.
 
 

4. VICTOIRE8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 28 June 1838 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada41,42. She married
PIERRE ADOLPHE RIVARD DIT LACOURSIERE 26 October 1858 in Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada43, son of CLAUDE LACOURSIERE and M.LOUISE PLANTE. He was born 13
September 1830 in Saint Leon le Grand, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada44.

Notes for VICTOIRE MINEAU:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census with her parents and family.

Appears on 1861, 1871, and 1881 Canadian Census with her husband and family.
 
 
 
 

Notes for PIERRE ADOLPHE RIVARD DIT LACOURSIERE:

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census, Quebec, Maskinonge, St. Paulin, Page 257. Listed as Pierre Rivard Lacoursier with wife Victorie Minot and 2 year old daughter Victorie.

Appears on 1871 Canadian Census, Quebec, Maskinonge, St. Paulin, Page 45. He is the last entry on the page, his wife Victorie is listed 1st on page 46 followed by his children Adolphe
age 8, Marie age 4, George age 2; and his mother Josephte Plante age 70.

Appears on 1881 Canadian Census, Quebec, District 85, Maskinonge, Saint Alexis, Page 30. Appears with wife Victoria, Adolphe 18, Marie 14, George 12, Marceline 9, Georginia 7, Auzelie
5, Mathilde 3, and Xavier 1.

Children of VICTOIRE MINEAU and PIERRE LACOURSIERE are:

               i. M.VICTORIRE9 LACOURSIERE, b. 03 April 1859, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada45; d. 17 November 1868, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada46.

               Notes for M.VICTORIRE LACOURSIERE:

               Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with her parents.

               ii. M.LOUISE AGNES LACOURSIERE, b. 19 May 1861, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada47; d. 18 September 1865, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada48.

               Notes for M.LOUISE AGNES LACOURSIERE:

               Did not appear on 1871 or 1881 Canadian Census.

               iii. PIERRE ADOLPHE LACOURSIERE, b. 18 March 1863, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada49.

               Notes for PIERRE ADOLPHE LACOURSIERE:

               Appears on 1871 Canadian Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with his parents.

               iv. JEAN BAPTISTE LACOURSIERE, b. 29 January 1865, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada50; d. 31 March 1866, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada51.

               v. M.SOPHIE LACOURSIERE, b. 13 January 1867, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada52.

               Notes for M.SOPHIE LACOURSIERE:

               Appears on 1871 Canadian Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her parents.

               vi. GEORGE LACOURSIERE, b. 17 January 186953.

               Notes for GEORGE LACOURSIERE:

               Appears on 1871 Canadian Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with his parents.

               vii. M.MARGUERITE MARCELLINE LACOURSIERE, b. 02 July 1871, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada53.

               Notes for M.MARGUERITE MARCELLINE LACOURSIERE:

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her parents.

               viii. M.HELENE GEORGINA LACOURSIERE, b. 28 July 187354.

               ix. AUZELIE LACOURSIERE, b. 1876.

               Notes for AUZELIE LACOURSIERE:

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her parents.

               x. MATHILDE LACOURSIERE, b. 1878.

               Notes for MATHILDE LACOURSIERE:

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her parents.

               xi. XAVIER LACOURSIERE, b. 1880.

               Notes for XAVIER LACOURSIERE:

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with his parents.
 
 

5. OLIVER8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born December 1843 in Canada, and died 13 April 1919 in Eureka, Polk Co.,
Wisconsin. He married SARAH ELIZABETH REDMON 30 July 1870 in Osceola, Polk Co., Wisconsin55, daughter of JOHN REDMON and LOUISE. She was born July 1851 in Wisconsin.

Notes for OLIVER MINEAU:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census with his parents and family.

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with his father's family.

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census, Osceola Town, Polk Co., Wisconsin, Page 9.

Listed as Farm Labor, surname spelled Minen.

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census, Eureka, Polk Co., SD 3, ED 201, Page 302A. Appears with wife Sarah and children, Hattie, Oliver, and Wert. Occupation shown as Farmer, surname spelled
"Minnew".

Appears on 1885 Wisconsin Veterans State Census, Page 234. Listed as Minean, O. - Rank, Private - Company H, 11th Regiment, Enlistment in New York.

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Eureka Township, Polk Co., Wisconsin, SD 9,

ED 130, Sheet B 8. Listed with wife Sarah, children Charles O. and Wirt.

Occupation shown as Farmer, surname spelled "Mineau".

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Polk Co., Eureka Township, SD 10, ED 162, Sheet 11B. With wife Sarah. Living in same house with his son Wirt, his wife Hope and their two
daughters.

Death Notice - Standard Press - Thursday 4/17/1919 - An Old Resident Gone -

Oliver Mineau passed away at the home of his son, Wirr, last Sunday morning after a brief illness. Funeral services were held from the Eureka M.E. Church on Tuesday afternoon
conducte by Rev. C.U. Hughes. Mr. Mineau was an early resident of this community, having come here more than forty years ago. We will give an obituary next week.

Obituary - Standard Press - Thursday 4/23/1919 - Louis Oliver Mineau - Louis Oliver Mineau was born in 1843 on the shores of Lake St. Peter, where Louiseville is located. He was the
forth child of Peter and Lucia Mineau. At the age of four he moved with his parents to Keeseville, N.Y. where the father was employed. Here they resided about four years before
returning to River de Luc, where his parents lived on the farm of his grandfather. A short time later the family returned to the town of his birth, where he was educated in the village
school. When about fifteen years he went to work in the store owned by one of the school directors and there he learned to speak English while assisting in the store and later teaching in
the school. When about eighteen years he spent two seasons in the logging districts along the Gatineau River. He enjoyed the tales told by Ralph Conner in his books of this country, as
many scenes were familiar to him. After leaving the River work in Canada, he with his father and one brother came to Wisconsin on their way to St. Louis, where his oldest brother
resided. He was employed in St. Louis on a dray line but returned to Canada late in 1864 when the North was conducting a big drive for recruits. New York was striving hard to fill her
quota when he in company with several others from Canada enlisted at Watertown, N.Y. They were transferred to Boston for training, later serving as guard in Richmond, Va. after the
city was fired. Here his health failed and he was sent home on sick leave. Before he had regained his health sufficient to return to his company the war ended and the army disbanded.
While yet a sick man the family moved to Oconto, Wis., where they resided for many years. They arrived in Oconto late in 1866 and as soon as he was able to work he, with a companion,
started for Chippewa Falls. Disappointed with prospects there they came to Stillwater, Minn., where they had learned work was plentiful. Here he met Mr. Godfrey, Sr., of Osceola, and
hired out to work on Bean Brook in 1868. For the next two years he was employed in Polk county, much of the time around Osceola. Here he met Sarah Redmond and wed her July 30,
1870. With his bride he moved to his homestead in Eureka where they lived the remainder of their lives. He took a keen interest in local affairs and served as member of the county board
several times, working always for his home town interests. He had been a sufferer from heart trouble for many years but the past year he had expressed a wish that he might live to see the
Allies victorious. After this he was ready but accepted the will of his Master and bided his time, only wishing that he might join his loved ones on the birthday of his first child and only
daughter, who had passed away twenty years ago. This wish was also granted and he passed happily to his rest April 13, 1919, at the home of Wirt Mineau on the old homestead. The
last services were conducted by Rev. C.U.Hughes and burial was in Pleasant Hill cemetery. He is survived by one sister and eight brothers, besides his two sons, Wirt and Charles and
their families. - Note of Thanks - The family of the deceased wish to thank those who so kindly aided them during the last illness and death of their loved one.

More About OLIVER MINEAU:

Burial: 15 April 1919, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Eureka, Polk Co., Wisconsin

Notes for SARAH ELIZABETH REDMON:

Appears on 1880,1900, and 1910 U.S. Census with husband and family.
 
 

Children of OLIVER MINEAU and SARAH REDMON are:

               i. HARRIET (HATTIE)9 MINEAU, b. Abt. 1872, Wisconsin; d. Bef. 1900; m. EDWIN FREER MC INTOSH, 11 November 1891, Eureka Township, Polk Co., Wisconsin56; b. 09 December 1865,
               Minneiska, Wabasha Co., Wisconsin; d. 17 December 1937, Spokane, Spokane Co., Washington.

               Notes for HARRIET (HATTIE) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with Father's family.

               Harriet was married in 1881 and the 1900 U.S. Census for Eureka Township, Polk County, Wisconsin, SD 9, ED 130, Sheet A 11, shows Edwin Freer Mc Intosh as a Widower.

               More About EDWIN FREER MC INTOSH:

               Burial: 20 December 1937, Holy Cross Cemetery, Spokane, Spokane Co., Washington

               ii. CHARLES OLIVER MINEAU, b. September 1875, Wisconsin; m. GERTRUDE MAY BROWN, 03 September 1900, Balsam Lake, Polk Co., Wisconsin; b. Abt. 1885, Wisconsin.

               Notes for CHARLES OLIVER MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with his Father's family.

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his Father's family, occupation shown as Farm Laborer.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Polk Co., Eureka Township, SD 10, ED 162, Sheet 12 B. Listed with wife Gertrude and sons Russell and James.

               Notes for GERTRUDE MAY BROWN:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               iii. WIRT EDMUND MINEAU, b. February 1878, Wisconsin; m. HOPE ANNETTE GARLICK, 28 August 1905, Polk County, Wisconsin57.

               Notes for WIRT EDMUND MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with his Father's Family.

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his Father's Family, occupation shown as Farm Laborer.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census in same house with his father, mother, his wife Hope and two daughters.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Polk Co., Eureka Township, SD 10, ED 153, Sheet 15 A. Listed with wife Hope and daughters Arzela and Mary.

               Notes for HOPE ANNETTE GARLICK:

               Appears on 1910 and 1920 U.S. Census with her husband and family.
 
 

6. GEORGE8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 18 June 1846 in Canada, and died 22 July 1934 in Peshtigo, Marinette Co.,
Wisconsin. He married HELENE LACOURSIERE 30 May 1865 in Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada58, daughter of J.BAPTISTE LACOURSIERE and MATHILDE AUCLAIR. She was
born 16 June 1836 in Saint Leon le Grand, Maskinonge, Quebec,Canada59, and died 27 June 1901 in Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin60.

Notes for GEORGE MINEAU:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census with his parents and family.

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with parents.

Appears on the 1871 Canadian Census, Province de Quebec, District 128 Maskinonge, Hunterstown, Page 43 with his wife Heline, Daughters Cisani, Virginie, and son Eugene. He is living
in the same home with his F-I-L Jean Baptiste Lacoursiere and his family. Wife Mathilda, daughter Malima and son Elia.

Appears on 1881 Canadian Census, Province De QUEBEC, District 85, Maskinonge, Saint Alexis, Page 27, with his wife Heline, and Cisarie 18, Virginie 15, Eugene 10, Olivier 8, Georgina 7,
Aldia 6, and Heline 4.

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Marinette City, Marinette Co., Wisconsin, SD 8

ED 116, Sheet 11 B. Appears as 54 (June 1846),with wife Helene 61, daughter Helene 21and nephew Ernest 15. Occupation shown as Carpenter, surname spelled "Mineau". Census
indicated his family came to U.S. in 1884. His Daughter, Son-in-law and their three children are living in the same house. He is on the same Census page as his brother Celestin.

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census living with his son-in-law Arthur Le Fave and daughter, in Oconto.

Obituary in Marinette Eagle Star of 23 July 1934: -GEORGE MINEAU DIES SUNDAY - Aged Resident Had Reached Ninety-four Years on June 18th - George Mineau 94, died yesterday in
the home of his daughter, Mrs. D. La Londe, with whom he had made his home for a number of years. Mr. Mineau celebrated his 94th birthday on June 18. Mr. Mineau was born in
Canada and came to the U.S. about 50 years ago. He lived in Oconto fro a short time but then moved to Marinette where he made his home on Garfield avenue for a number of years. Mrs
Mineau preceded him in death 35 years ago. He was a carpenter by trade. Surviving Mr. Mineau are three children, Mrs. D. La Londe,

who is a member of the staff of the Peshtigo asylum, two sons, Eugene Mineau, Two Rivers,and Alfred Mineau, Minneapolis; also a brother Louis of Oconto; a half brother Fred of
Tomahawk, and a half sister Minnie Matiever of Escanaba, Mich. Remains were taken to the Mc Lain Funeral Home. The funeral will be held from there Tuesday morning a 9 o'clock in St.
Joseph's church. The Rev. Omer Champagne will read the funeral mass. Burial will be in the Forest Home Cemetery.

More About GEORGE MINEAU:

Burial: Forest Home Cemetery

Notes for HELENE LACOURSIERE:

Appears on 1851 Canadian census with her parents.

Appears on 1871 Canadian census as Helina with husband and family, living with her parents.

Appears on 1881 Canadian census with her husband and family.

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her husband.

Marinette Eagle Star, Friday, 28 June 1901 - DIED OF PARALYSIS - Mrs. Ella Mineau Passes Away After Ten Years of Suffering - Mrs. Ella Mineau, wife of George Mineau, died
Thursday. The cause of death was paralysis. She was stricken ten years ago and had been an invalid ever since. Friday she suffered another stroke of paralysis, which proved fatal. She
was an old resident of Marinette and is survived by her husband, three sons and two daughters, all adults. The funeral will occur Saturday morning at 8:30 from St. Joseph's Catholic
churc.

More About HELENE LACOURSIERE:

Burial: French Cemetery, Marinette, Wisconsin

Children of GEORGE MINEAU and HELENE LACOURSIERE are:

               i. M.VIRGINIA9 MINEAU, b. 02 March 1866, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada61; d. 12 January 1899, Town of Little River, Oconto Co., Wisconsin62; m.
               ODILE MONETTE, 02 July 1888, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin63; b. Canada.

               Notes for M.VIRGINIA MINEAU:

               Appears on 1871 Canadian Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her parents.

               ii. CELISIA MINEAU, b. 1868; d. 11 March 1869, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada64.

               iii. EUGENE PIERRE MINEAU, b. 21 December 1869, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada65; m. M.LOUISE MARINEAU, 12 October 1897, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin66; b. Canada.

               Notes for EUGENE PIERRE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1871 Canadian Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Marinette Co., Marinette City, 2nd Ward, SD 8, ED 80. Listed with wife Mary, children Arnold, Goldie, Stanley and Violet. Listed as a Knot Sawyer in a Shingle Mill.

               Notes for M.LOUISE MARINEAU:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               Marriage Notes for EUGENE MINEAU and M.LOUISE MARINEAU:

               Witnesses at wedding were Clara and Alf Mineau.

               iv. OLIVER MINEAU, b. 31 July 1871, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada67.

               Notes for OLIVER MINEAU:

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with his parents.

               v. GEORGIANA MINEAU, b. 17 February 1873, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada67; m. CHARLES SIMONEAU, 15 October 1901, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin68; b. Menominee, Michigan.

               Notes for GEORGIANA MINEAU:

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband, his sister, and Silas's daughter May.

               Notes for CHARLES SIMONEAU:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Marinette Co., Marinette City, Ward 4, SD 8, ED 85. Listed with wife Georgiana, his sister, and his wife's cousin May (Daughter of Silas). Listed as a cook.

               vi. ALFRED MINEAU, b. 1874, Canada; m. MINNIE HUMPHREYVILLE, 18 May 1900, Menominee, Michigan69.

               Marriage Notes for ALFRED MINEAU and MINNIE HUMPHREYVILLE:

               Witnesses at the wedding were Margret E. Humphreyville and George B. Humphreyville.

               vii. M.ALDIA (DELIA) MINEAU, b. 10 November 1874, Saint Alexis des Monts, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada70; d. 31 January 1952, Marinette General Hospital, Marinette Co., Wisconsin71; m. ALEXANDER
               (OVILLA) LA LANDE, 30 July 1895, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin72; b. May 1873, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin.

               Notes for M.ALDIA (DELIA) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her parents.

               1900 U.S. Census - Living in same house as her father, he age 23, with her husband Alexander 27, and children Wilfred J. 3, Louis P. 2, and Joseph A. 3/12.

               Marinette Eagle Star, Friday, 1 February 1952 - Local Resident Dies Last Night - Mrs. Delia La Londe Funeral Saturday - Mrs. Delia La Londe, 76 of 800 Carney Boulevard, died Thursday night at Marinette
               General Hospital after an illness of nine months. For 21 years, Mrs. La Londe was employed as an attendant at Marinette County Hospital. She retired six months ago. Her residence here dated from her childhood
               when she came to Marinette from Canada. Mrs. La Londe was born in Canada November 10, 1875. The body is at the McLain- Thielen-Langer funeral home where it may be viewed until final rites are held Saturday
               morning. At 10:30 a.m. Saturday the Rev. Omer Champagne will say a requiem mass in St. Joseph's church and burial will be in Forest Home cemetery. Father Champagne will lead a rosary at the mortuary at 8
               o'clock tonight. Surviving are four sons, Arnold and Stephen La Londe of Marinette, Lawrence La Londe of Amasa, Mich., and Lewis La Londe, who resides in Ohio; a daughter Mrs. Joseph Le Claire of Milwaukee;
               a brother Al Mineau of Mineapolis; 18 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. A son, Wilfred died in 1937.

               More About M.ALDIA (DELIA) MINEAU:

               Burial: Forest Home Cemetery, Marinette, Wisconsin

               Marriage Notes for M.ALDIA MINEAU and ALEXANDER LA LANDE:

               Witnesses at wedding were Georgine and Libbie Mineau.

               viii. M.HELENE MINEAU, b. 27 September 1876, Saint Alexis des Monts, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada73; m. ARTHUR LEFAVE, 08 July 1903, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin74; b. Oconto City,
               Oconto Co., Wisconsin.

               Notes for M.HELENE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               Notes for ARTHUR LEFAVE:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, East Ward, SD 8, ED 105, Sheet 14 A. Listed with his wife Ellen, children, Gerald, Irvin, Violet, Clarence, Lucille, and his father-in-law
               George Mineau.

               ix. MARIE MINEAU, b. 01 October 1880, St. Alexis, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada75.
 
 

7. THEODULE (FRANK)8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born March 1847 in Canada, and died 30 May 1922 in Menominee,
Michigan76. He married (1) DOMATHILDE LACOURSIERE 27 March 1869 in Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin77, daughter of CLAUDE LACOURSIERE and AGATHE BELANGER. She was
born 05 June 1854 in St. Ursule, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada78. He married (2) JANE M. ST. LAURENT 04 September 1889 in Menominee, Menominee Co., Michigan79, daughter of
FRANCOIS ST. LAURENT and ODELL DANVILLE.

Notes for THEODULE (FRANK) MINEAU:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census with parents, listed as Thomas 3 years old.

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with his parents.

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census, City of Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, South Ward. Surname spelled Meno, wife Matilda. Listed on same page as his brother Edward, and next page has
his father and other brothers and sister.

Could not locate Frank on the 1880 U.S. Census, and they may have returned to Canada. He and Matilda did have at least two children born in Canada (Mary and Arthur based on their
marriage and birth records). Frank and Matilda were in Menominee Michigan in 1883 when their daughter, Adeli was born.

Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with his wife and his Father in Law's family.

Franks children were not in the household.

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Menominee City, 4th Ward, Menominee Co., Michigan. SD 12, Ed140, Sheet 20 A. Listed as Frank Mino with wife Jane and son Arthur. Frank is shown as a
"Laborer Saw Mill", Arthur as "Log Driver".

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Menominee, Co., Menominee City, 4th Ward, SD 12, ED 216, Sheet 6A. Listed with wife Jane.

Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Menominee Co., Menominee, 5th Ward, SD 11, ED 271, Sheet 2 B. Listed with wife Jane, his age 75, her's 69 shows work as Odd Jobs.

Obit in Marinette Eagle Star of 01 June 1922, Thursday, DEATH ON TUESDAY OF MENOMINEE MAN -Frank Mineau, 78 years old, 1300 Ogden avenue, Menominee, died Tuesday
following a stroke of paralysis suffered last Friday. The deceased had been a resident of Menominee for the last forty years. The survivors are the widow, four sons, Joseph-Idaho;
Cyril-Greenville, Mich; Ernest-Port James, N.Y. and Arthur-Menominee. Two daughters, Mrs. Vanderlip-Big Bay, Michigan; and Mrs. Landreman-Fond du Lac.

Menominee Herald Ledger, 01 June 1922, FUNERAL THIS A.M. OF LATE FRANK MINEAU - The funeral of the late Frank Mineau, for many years a resident of Menominee who died
Tuesday at his home on Ogden avenue, was held this morning, the Rev. Father G.A. Laforest officiating at the solemn rites. Those who officiated as pallbearers were J. Chaltry, L. King, L.
Allard, O. Lacoursiere, C. Bellmore and Mr. Beauclair. Interment was made at Riverside.

More About THEODULE (FRANK) MINEAU:

Burial: Burnila Riverside Cemetery, Menominee, Michigan

Notes for DOMATHILDE LACOURSIERE:

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census with her husband.

Appears on 1881 Canadian Census with her father and his family.

Marriage Notes for THEODULE MINEAU and DOMATHILDE LACOURSIERE:

Frank's brother Peter Eusibus was a witness at the wedding.

Notes for JANE M. ST. LAURENT:

Appears on 1900 and 1910 U.S. Census with her husband.

Children of THEODULE MINEAU and DOMATHILDE LACOURSIERE are:

               i. CYRIL9 MINEAU.

               ii. JOSEPH MINEAU.

               iii. MARY MINEAU, b. 21 November 1876, Canada80; m. ISADORE (DELBERT) LANDERMAN, 04 February 1901, Menominee, Michigan81; b. May 1877, Wisconsin; d. Bef. 1920.

               Notes for MARY MINEAU:

               Appears in 1920 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Marinette Co., Goodman Town, SD 9, ED 133, Sheet 11A. Listed as Mary Landerman, Widow, with her children Isidor 17, and Elie 8.

               Notes for ISADORE (DELBERT) LANDERMAN:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               iv. ARTHUR MINEAU, b. 22 December 1878, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada82; m. (1) LODINA MILLETTE, 20 October 1900, Menominee, Michigan83; b. September 1881, Canada; d. 1919,
               Menominee, Michigan; m. (2) ANNA STRICKERT, Aft. 1919; b. 01 December 1878, Germany; d. 16 May 1929, Menominee, Michigan84.

               Notes for ARTHUR MINEAU:

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Michigan, Menominee Co., Menominee, Ed 271, Page 12B. Listed with children Beatrice 16, Willard 14, Lawrence 12, Claire 8, Yvonne 5 and Lilian 3.

               Notes for LODINA MILLETTE:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Notes for ANNA STRICKERT:

               Marinette Eagle Star, Thursday, 16 May 1929 - DEATH OCCURS EARLY TODAY - MRS. ARTHUR MINEAU DIED AFTER BRIEF ILLNESS IN MENOMINEE - Mrs. Anna Mineau, wife of Arthur Mineau,
               died suddenly this morning a 12:30 in her home at 1506 Spies avenue, Menominee. She had been ill only a few hours and her death resulted from heart trouble. Mrs. Mineau was born fifty-one years ago last
               December 1 in Germany and had been a resident of Menominee for twenty years. She is survived by her husband, the following step-children: Mrs. Elmer Chaltry, Willard, Claire, Yvonne, Lillian and Marie,
               Menomine, and Lawrence, Minneapolis, Minn.; her father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Strickert, Little Sturgeon, Wis; two brothers, William and Emil Strickert, Manitowoc, Wis; two sisters, Mrs. Matt
               Glesner, Sturgeon Bay, Wis., and Mrs. F.C. Meyers, Menominee; two step-sisters Mrs. Charles Antholdt, Coleman, Wis.; and Mrs. Morn, Chicago; a step-brother, Emil Strickert, residing in Minnesota and a
               half-brother Henry Strickert, Manitowoc, Wis. The body was taken to the Lemieux Funeral Home and on Friday afternoon at 1:30 will be removed to the family home. The funeral will be held Saturday morning at
               8:30 from the home and at 9 o'clock from St. Ann's church. The Rev. Father Francis Geynet will offer the requiem high mass and interment will be at Riverside.

               More About ANNA STRICKERT:

               Burial: 18 May 1929, Riverside Cemetery, Menominee, Michigan

               v. PIERRE THEODULE MINEAU, b. 20 September 1880, St. Alexis, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada85.

               vi. ADELI MINEAU, b. 22 July 1883, Menominee, Menominee Co., Michigan86; m. VANDERLIP.

               vii. ERNEST BERNARD MINEAU, b. 22 December 1884; m. EDNA MARIANNE FINK, Abt. 1910; b. 22 January 1891, Shohola, Pike Co., Pennsylvania; d. 28 February 1985, Mercy Community Hospital,
               Port Jervis, New York.

               Notes for ERNEST BERNARD MINEAU:

               1900 U.S. Census - Appears as nephew living with his Uncle George in Marinette, Wisconsin.

               More About EDNA MARIANNE FINK:

               Burial: 04 March 1985, Pine Hill Cemetery, Sparrow Bush, New York
 
 

8. PETER EUSEBIUS8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 08 December 1847 in Canada, and died 01 June 1920 in Oconto City,
Oconto Co., Wisconsin87. He married EMMA POCAN 19 April 1871 in Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin88, daughter of CHARLES POCAN and ROSILIE LARALLIE. She was born 27 May
1853 in Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, and died 06 June 1930 in Green Bay, Brown Co., Wisconsin.

Notes for PETER EUSEBIUS MINEAU:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census with his parents, listed as Zeb age 2.

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with his parents, listed as Eusebe.

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census with his parents. He was shown as a Laborer at age 21, and listed as Peter.

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto County, Oconto City, West Ward, Page 32, SD 4, ED 108, with his wife Emma, and children Libby, Joseph, Adelina, and Emielia. A
house keeper, A. Luby age 60 lived with them. Peter's occupation was Works in Saw Mill. His first name was shown as Pierre and the surname was spelled "Mineau".

Appears on the 1900 U.S. Census, City of Oconto, Co. of Oconto, Wisconsin,

SD 8, ED 143, Sheet 3A. Listed as Peter, with wife Emma, children Charles, Peter, Stella, Albert, Oda, Mildred, and Clarence. His occupation is shown as Farmer, the surname was spelled,
"Meneau".

Appears on the 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto, Co., Oconto Township,

SD 8, ED 109, Sheet 4B. Listed with wife Emma and three children.

Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, SD 8 ED 170 Sheet 5B. with his wife and three children.

Obituary, Oconto County Reporter, Thursday, 3 June 1920, DEATH OF PIONEER - Peter Mineau Resided Here for Past Sixty Years - Thirteen Children Survive Besides a Wife - Had Been
Ill On Year - Funeral Will Be Held Friday Morning - Peter Mineau, for the past sixty years a resident of Oconto was called to his final rest Tuesday, death occurring at his home at 821 Mc
Donald Street at 2:20 o'clock in the afternoon, after an illness of one year. Mr. Mineau was born in Canada December 8, 1845, and came here sixty years ago. Forty years ago last April he
was married to Emma Pocan who survives him together with thirteen children, seven daughters, Mrs. Fred Rosera of Lena, Mrs. John Vander Heyden of Milwaukee, Mrs. Paul Smith and
Mrs. J.H. Sullivan of Combined Locks, Mrs. Chester Allie of Wabeno and Lauretta and Agnes Mineau at home, and six sons, Joseph of Rhinelander, Albert of Milwaukee, Frank and
Charles of Green Bay and Leo and Peter at home. Deceased had been an employee of the Holt Lumber Company for thirty five years. The funeral will be held Friday morning at nine
o'clock from St. Peter's church, Rev. Fr. Looze officiating and his remains will be laid at rest in a vault in Catholic cemetery.

More About PETER EUSEBIUS MINEAU:

Burial: 04 June 1920, Catholic Cemetery, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

Notes for EMMA POCAN:

Appears on 1880, 1900, 1910, and 1920 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

More About EMMA POCAN:

Burial: 09 June 1930, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

Marriage Notes for PETER MINEAU and EMMA POCAN:

This marriage is recorded twice, the first No. 00353. It shows Peter Meino, son of Peter Meino and Louie Meno. Emma is shown as Emma Pouquan, daughter of Charles Pouquan and Rosa
Pouquan. Witnesses include M. Poquan and L. Meno. On this record, the marriage was consummated on 14 March 1871, the certificate dated 15 March 1871, and the registration 09 April
1871.

The second recording No. 00794 shows Pierre Euiebe Mignot, son of Pierre Prudent Mignot and Lucie Lambert. His wife is shown as Emma Patient, daughter of Charles Patien and Rosilie
Larallie. Witnesses include Louis Mignot and Mary Patient. The marriage was contracted 19 April 1871, certificate dated 13 December 1876, and date of registration 14 December 1876.

Children of PETER MINEAU and EMMA POCAN are:

               i. AGNES9 MINEAU.

               ii. KARIEN MINEAU.

               iii. LIBBY MINEAU, b. 1874, Wisconsin.

               Notes for LIBBY MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with her parents.

               iv. JOSEPH MINEAU, b. 1876, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; m. MARY (MINNIE) DRAEGER, 20 August 1907, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin89; b. Town Lowell, Dodge Co., Wisconsin.

               Notes for JOSEPH MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Marriage Notes for JOSEPH MINEAU and MARY DRAEGER:

               Witnesses included Peter Mineau and Jeane La Monda.

               v. EMIELIA (EMMA) MINEAU, b. 05 February 1878, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; m. JOHN VANDER HEYDEN, 17 May 1898, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin90; b. 16 April 1878, Holland; d.
               08 November 1960, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin.

               Notes for EMIELIA (EMMA) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               Notes for JOHN VANDER HEYDEN:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, East Ward, SD 8, ED 105, Sheet 1B. Appears with wife Emma, sons Arthur, Everett, Wilbert, Lawrence, Clifford and Bernard.

               Marriage Notes for EMIELIA MINEAU and JOHN VANDER HEYDEN:

               Witnesses at the wedding included; William Vanderheyden and Lucy Mineau.

               vi. FRANKLIN EDWARD MINEAU, b. 25 January 1881, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 05 May 1968, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; m. ELIZABETH COUILLARD, 15 October 1901, Oconto,
               Oconto County, Wisconsin91,92; b. January 1883, Pansaukee, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 01 December 1966, Green Bay, Brown Co., Wisconsin.

               Notes for FRANKLIN EDWARD MINEAU:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, South Ward, SD 8, ED 107, Sheet 4A. Listed with wife Eliza A., sons Frank G. and Robert G.

               More About FRANKLIN EDWARD MINEAU:

               Burial: 08 May 1968, Little Suamico Riverside Cemetery, Little Suamico Township, Oconto Co., Wisconsin Section B, Lot 143, Grave 1

               Notes for ELIZABETH COUILLARD:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               More About ELIZABETH COUILLARD:

               Burial: Little Suamico Riverside Cemetery, Little Suamico Township, Oconto Co., Wisconsin Section B, Lot 143, Grave 2

               Marriage Notes for FRANKLIN MINEAU and ELIZABETH COUILLARD:

               Witnesses included Charles Mineau and Virginia Desrosiers.

               vii. CHARLES L. MINEAU, b. July 1883, Wisconsin; m. HAZEL.

               Notes for CHARLES L. MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               On 10/15/01 Charles was listed as a witness at the wedding of his brother Franklin.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Milwaukee Co., Milwaukee City, SD 4 ED 34, Sheet 15A. Listed with his wife and three children.

               Notes for HAZEL:

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               viii. PETER E. MINEAU, b. March 1885, Wisconsin; d. 26 September 1948, Milwaukee, Milwaukee Co., Wisconsin.

               Notes for PETER E. MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               On 8/20/07, Peter was listed as a witness at the wedding of his brother Joseph.

               ix. VIRGINIA STELLA MINEAU, b. March 1887, Wisconsin; m. CHESTER JOSEPH JUSTIN ALLIE, 18 January 1910, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.

               Notes for VIRGINIA STELLA MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               x. ALBERT MINEAU, b. June 1889, Wisconsin; d. 06 July 1968, Elm Grove, Waudesha Co., Wisconsin; m. BEATRICE.

               Notes for ALBERT MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 and 1910 U.S. Census with his parents.

               xi. ADELINE MINEAU, b. 04 August 1890, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; m. JAMES H. SULLIVAN, 04 May 1914, Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin.

               Notes for ADELINE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               xii. LORETTA MILDRED MINEAU, b. 29 December 1895, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin93.

               Notes for LORETTA MILDRED MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900, 1910, and 1920 U.S. Census with her parents.
 
 
 
 

               xiii. LEO CLARENCE MINEAU, b. 03 April 1897, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin94; d. 05 July 1968, Lincoln, Lancaster Co., Nebraska; m. EVA LE BRUN, 15 November 1920, Oconto, Oconto County,
               Wisconsin; b. 18 February 1902, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 28 April 1935, Madison, Dane Co., Wisconsin.

               Notes for LEO CLARENCE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900, 1910, and 1920 U.S. Census with his parents.
 
 
 
 

               Notes for EVA LE BRUN:

               Kaukauna Times, Tuesday, 30 April 1935, - MRS. L. MINEAU DIES ON SUNDAY - Major Operation Fatal to Kaukauna Woman; Rites on Wednesday - Mrs. Leo Mineau, 33 died at 8:15 Sunday evening at a
               Madison hospital following a major operation. She was born in Oconto and came to Kaukauna seven years ago. She was a member of Holy Cross Catholic church. Survivors are the widower; five sons, Merlin,
               Robert, Kenneth, James and John; one daughter, Dolores; her mother, Mrs. Fred Lebrun of Oconto; three sisters, Mrs Clarence Bartholdt of Green Bay, Mrs. Merrill Van Lee of Oconto, Mrs. Catherine Derricks of
               Racine; two brothers Francis Lebrun and Joseph Lebrun of Oconto. Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock Thursday morning at Holy Cross Catholic church with Rev. A. Garthaus, pastor in charge. Interment will
               be at Oconto.

               More About EVA LE BRUN:

               Burial: Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

               xiv. AGNES MINEAU, b. 08 May 1903, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin95.

               Notes for AGNES MINEAU:

               Appears on 1910 and 1920 U.S. Census with her parents.
 
 

9. LOUIS8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 15 January 1849 in Keeseville, Essex County, New York, and died 27 May 1937
in Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin96. He married MARY LAFREVE 14 September 1871 in Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin97, daughter of LOUIS LAFREVE and MILIE FONTAINE.
She was born 15 October 1854 in Duck Creek, Wisconsin, and died 24 January 1934 in Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin98.

Notes for LOUIS MINEAU:

Appears on 1850 U.S. Census with parents and family.

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with his parents, listed as Louis.

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census with his parents, he was listed as Lewis. His occupation is shown as Laborer.

On 04/19/71, Louis was listed as a witness at the wedding of his brother Peter.

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census, Oconto, Oconto, Wisconsin,South Ward, SD 4, ED 109, Page 33. Shown as Louis, with wife Mary, children George, Xavier, Libbie, and Frank. Occupation is
shown as Works in Saw Mill. Surname is spelled Meno.

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Oconto, South Ward, Oconto Co., Wisconsin,

SD 8, ED 140, Sheet 15A. Shown as Louis, with wife Mary, Children Xavier, Libbie, Frank, William, Clara, Agnes, and Georgeana. Occupation shown as Saw Filer, surname listed as
"Meneau".

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, SD 8, ED 107, Sheet 16 B. Listed with wife Marie, children Libbie, William, Clara, Agnes, Georgiana.

Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, SD 8 ED 170 Sheet 5B with his wife.

Oconto County Reporter, 3 June 1937, Thursday - FUNERAL SERVICES HELD HERE MONDAY FOR LOUIS MINEAU - Louis Mineau passed away at 2:15 last Thursday afternoon, May
27, at his homen 815 Mc Donald street at the advanced age of 88 years. A heart ailment from which he had suffered since last April, was stated as the cause of his death. Rev. Fr. J.J.
Loose conducted the funeral services at 9 o'clock Monday morning at St. Peter's Catholic church. Interment was in the Oconto Catholic cemetery. Pallbearers were Ralph Flanders, Louis
Cota, Elmer Trudeau, Milton Cain, Jerome Parisey and Chester Noonan. Louis Mineau was born January 15, 1849 in Keeseville, N.Y., coming to Oconto at the age of 16. On Sept. 12, 1871
he married Mary LaFaire at St. Joseph's Catholic church in Oconto. For 54 1/2 years Mrf. Mineau had been engaged as filer, foreman and later millwright for the Oconto Company.
Surviving are three sons, F.X. Mineau of Escanaba, Mich., F.S. Mineau of Waupaca and William of Oconto; two daughters, Miss Georgiana Mineau of Cleveland, O., and Mrs. T.E. Carlin
at home; a half-brother Fred Mineau of Tomahawk; a half sister, Mrs. Minnie Metiever of Escanaba, Mich.; 12 grandchildren and sevengreat grandchildren. People from out-of-town
attending the services were; Mr. and Mrs. F.S. Mineau, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Luscher and son, Tommy, of Waupaca; Mr. and Mrs. F.X. Mineau, Mrs. Minnie Metiever and Mrs. Helgren
of Escanaba, Mich.; Mrs. Jos. Huber and daughter, Constance of Milwaukee and Georgina Mineau of Cleveland, Ohio.

Marinette Eagle Star, Friday, 28 May 1937 - RETIRED LUMBERMAN SUCCUMBS IN OCONTO - Oconto, Wis. - Louis Mineau 88, a retired lumberman, died here late yesterday. He was
associated with the Oconto Lumber company for 55 years and had been a resident of Oconto 75 years.

More About LOUIS MINEAU:

Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

Notes for MARY LAFREVE:

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Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her husband.

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with her husband.

More About MARY LAFREVE:

Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

Marriage Notes for LOUIS MINEAU and MARY LAFREVE:

Witnesses at the wedding included Xavier Migot (Mineau) and Louise Vallier.

Louis' name is listed as Mignot and his father is shown as Pierre Minot, his mother as Lucie Lombart.

Children of LOUIS MINEAU and MARY LAFREVE are:

               i. GEORGE9 MINEAU, b. 03 August 1872; d. 15 February 1891, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin99.

               Notes for GEORGE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with his parents.

               More About GEORGE MINEAU:

               Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

               ii. FRANCIS XAVIER MINEAU, b. December 1874, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 27 January 1947, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; m. JOSEPHINE ROSALIE NOEL, 25 June 1901, Oconto,
               Oconto County, Wisconsin100; b. May 1881, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin.

               Notes for FRANCIS XAVIER MINEAU:

               Appear on 1880 and 1900 U.S. Census with his parents. Occupation unreadable on 1900 Census.

               Marriage Notes for FRANCIS MINEAU and JOSEPHINE NOEL:

               Witnesses at the wedding included; Louis Cote, Francois Mineau, Roaalie Noel, Elizabeth Mineau.

               iii. ELIZABETH (LIBBIE) MINEAU, b. 31 August 1877, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 15 November 1915, St. Vincent Hospital, Green Bay, Brown Co., Wisconsin101.

               Notes for ELIZABETH (LIBBIE) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880, 1900, and 1910 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Oconto County Reporter, Thursday, 18 November 1915- Death Occurred at St. Vincent's Hospital Monday - Funeral was Held This Morning at Nine O'clock - Miss Elizabeth Mineau, a highly esteemed young lady
               of this city passed away at St. Vincent's hospital, Green Bay, Monday evening about midnight. Miss Mineau had been ailing for a number of years. A few months ago she went to Ontonagon to visit her brother and
               last Friday morning she was taken to Green Bay from Ontonagon where an operation would have been performed but on account of her condition it was deemed advisable not to operate. Kidney trouble caused her
               death. The Mineau family were with her when the end came very peacefully. Her remains arrived here Tuesday afternoon on the 4:11 train. Deceased was born in Oconto August 20, 1877, and lived here all of her life.
               She leaves to morn her loss her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mineau, three sisters, Mrs. Frank Schneider and the Misses Clara and Georgiana Mineau and three brothers, F.X. of Ontonagon and Frank and W.L. of
               Oconto, who have the sympathy of their many friends in their hour of sorrow. The funeral was held this morning at nine o'clock from St. Peter's chruch, Rev. Fr. Caron officiating and her remains were laid at rest in
               Catholic Cemetery. The room in which the body lay was banked with flowers which showed the high esteem in which deceased was held by her large circle of friends. The Misses Marie Fabry, Leona Brazeau, Libby
               Bergeron and Agnes Ouelette, attired in white, had charge of the flowers. Pallbearers were Arthur Fabry, George and Ted Hazen, Louis Brazeau, Charles Trudeau and Romeo Pecor. Those who attended the funeral
               from out of town were Frank Mineau of Menominee, Mich., Mrs. H. E. Gudden of Green Bay, Mr. and Mrs. F.X. Mineau and daughter Frances of Ontonagon, Mich., and Miss Georgiana Mineau of Cleveland, Ohio.

               More About ELIZABETH (LIBBIE) MINEAU:

               Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

               iv. FRANK SEBASTIAN MINEAU, b. 31 July 1879, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 16 May 1974; m. DAGMER JOSEPHINE HEMMINGSEN, 12 August 1903, Oconto, Oconto County,
               Wisconsin102; b. 28 August 1881, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; d. 08 August 1959.

               Notes for FRANK SEBASTIAN MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 and 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, South Ward, SD 8, ED 107, Sheet 16B (living next door to his parents). Listed with wife and child Marion.

               More About FRANK SEBASTIAN MINEAU:

               Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

               Notes for DAGMER JOSEPHINE HEMMINGSEN:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband.

               More About DAGMER JOSEPHINE HEMMINGSEN:

               Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

               Marriage Notes for FRANK MINEAU and DAGMER HEMMINGSEN:

               Witnesses included Frederik Fritzen and J. Hemmingsen.

               v. WILLIAM L. MINEAU, b. 1883; d. 10 July 1946; m. ROSE MARIE LE COMTE, 01 October 1913, St. Peter Catholic Church, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin; b. 09 February 1894, Oconto City, Oconto
               Co., Wisconsin; d. 17 May 1975, Oconto Memorial Hospital, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin103.

               Notes for WILLIAM L. MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 and 1910 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Notes for ROSE MARIE LE COMTE:

               Marinette Eagle Star, Saturday, 17 May 1975, Lifetime City Resident Dies - Oconto - A lifetime resident of the City of Oconto, Mrs. Rose M. Mineau, 81, of 227 Pecor St., died today at Oconto Memorial Hospital.
               Death followed a long illness. The former Rose Le Comte was born February 9, 1894. She was married to William L. Mineau on Oct. 1, 1913, at St. Peter's Catholic CHurch. He died July 10, 1946. Surviving are
               two daughters Mrs. Arthur Gering and mrs. Paul Le Breck of Oconto five sons, Robert and Wilfred of Green Bay, the Rev. David, John and Clifford of Oconto; 36 grandchildren and 26 great grandchildren. Friends
               may call at the Gallagher-Pinkart funeral home on Monday after 2 p.m. There will be a prayer service there at 8 p.m. Monday and the Knights of Columbus will recite the rosary at 9 p.m. A concelebrated mass will
               be officiated Tuesday at 11 a.m. at St. Peter's Churchwith her son, Rev. David, the Rev. Abner Laque and the Rev. Philip Hoffmann officiating. Burial will be in Catholic Cemetery.

               More About ROSE MARIE LE COMTE:

               Burial: 20 May 1975, Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto, Wisconsin

               vi. CLARA MINEAU, b. 18 December 1885, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin104.

               Notes for CLARA MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 and 1910 U.S. Census with her parents.

               vii. AGNES MINEAU, b. 30 July 1888, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin105; m. FRANK SCHNEIDER.

               Notes for AGNES MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 and 1910 U.S. Census with her parents.

               viii. GEORGIANA MINEAU, b. 23 April 1891, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin106; d. 17 October 1980, Riverside Nursing Home, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin107.

               Notes for GEORGIANA MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 and 1910 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Marinette Eagle Star, Monday, 20 October 1980, GEORGIANA MINEAU - Oconto - Final rites were held - today for Miss Georgiana Mineau, 89, of 119 Memorial Drive, who died Friday after a long illness. The
               Rev. Robert Karuhn officiated at the 10 a.m. service at St. Peter Catholic Church. Burial was in the Catholic Cemetery. The Gallagher Pinkart Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Miss Mineau was born
               here April 23, 1891. She was a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Library School. She was employed as a librarian in Cleveland, Ohio public schools for 50 years, returning her in 1976. There are no immeiate
               survivors.

               More About GEORGIANA MINEAU:

               Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

               ix. GEORGE MINEAU, b. 06 March 1898, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin108; d. 06 March 1898, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin109.

               More About GEORGE MINEAU:

               Burial: Old Catholic Cemetery, Oconto, Wisconsin
 
 

10. FRANCOIS XAVIER8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 25 August 1852 in Keeseville, Essex County, New York110, and
died 12 February 1924 in Iron River, Bayfield Co., Wisconsin. He married LAVINA LAGAULT 19 May 1879 in Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin111, daughter of BENJAMIN LAGAULT and
ELIZABETH. She was born 1860 in Canada, and died 1939.

Notes for FRANCOIS XAVIER MINEAU:

Xavier's parents appear on the 1850 U.S. Census in Keeseville, Essex Co., New York. His baptism record reflects he was born on 25 August 1852, but he was not baptised in Louiseville,
Maskinonge Co., Quebec until 13 October 1852.

All other birth records for that area show baptisms from the day of birth up to a week later. On the birth record of many of his children, and on all census records (after Xavier was away
from his parents) his birth place is shown as New York.

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with Father's family as Xavier.

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census with Father's family, his occupation is shown as Laborer at the age of 18. Name listed as Exeva.

On 9/14/71 Xavier was recorded as a witness at the wedding of his brother Louis.

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, Page 28, SD 4, ED 97. Listed as Frank, with wife Lovina and son Willie. Occupation shown as Filer in Saw Mill, surname
spelled "Menn".

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Iron River, Bayfield Co., Wisconsin, SD 9,

ED 25 Sheet 8B. Listed as Xavier, with wife Lavina, children William, Elsie, Elizabeth, Margaritue, Arthur, Verna, Horbert, Lawrence, and Raymond. Occupation shown as Mill Foreman,
surname spelled "Mineau".

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Iron River Township, Bayfiel Co., Wisconsin, SD 10, ED 33, Sheet 1B. Listed as FX Mineau, with wife La Vina, children Myrtle, Veronica, Norbert,
Lawrence, Ralymond and Bernadette.

Death Notice in Marinette Eagle Star of 12 February 1924 - SECOND SUDDEN DEATH IN MINEAU FAMILY TODAY - Mr. and Mrs. George Mineau returned last evening from Oconto
where they had been to atten the funeral of Edward Mineau, brother of George Mineau, who dropped dead in Suamico a few days ago. The funeral was held in Oconto on Monday
morning from St. Joseph's church. This forenoon the Mineaus received a long distance telephone message from Iron River, Wisconsin stating that Xavier Mineau, uncle of George
Mineau dropped dead there this morning.

Obituary, Oconto County Reporter, 14 February 1924, XAVIER MINEAU DIES AT IRON RIVER MONDAY, Xavier Mineau, formerly a resident of this city, died at his home in Iron River,
Wis. Monday morning. Mr. Mineau has been ailing for some time with rheumatism. He is survived by his wife and eight children. The funeral was held Thursday morning at Iron River.
Mr. Mineau's brother, Louis Mineau of this city, attended the funeral and also his niece Mrs. T.E. Carlin.

Obituary, Iron River Pioneer, Thursday, 14 February 1924, FRANCIS XAVIER MINAU - On Tuesday morning, at 1:25 o'clock, Francis Xavier Mineau, for many years a prominent resident
of Iron River, passed from this life aged 71 years and 3 months. He had been ill with inflamatory rheumatism for five weeks, and his ailment was made all the more dangerous because of
heart trouble. The deceased was one of a large family born and reared in Keeseville, a town in northern New York, near Lake Champlain. The family migrated to Wisconsin many years
age, and Francis was attracted to the lumber industry and learned the filing trade, which he followed for several years at Marinette and Oconto. He came here with his family nearly 30
years ago and was foreman of the Lea-Ingram Lumber Company's saw mill for several years. While thus employed met with an accident that was considerable of a handicap to him ever
after. His right arm was so severely crushed in the machinery that it was necessary to amputate it above the elbow. After quitting the lumber business he conducted a dry goods store for
several years and later served the town as supervisor and policeman-holding the latter position up to the time he was taken sick the first of this year. Besides a widow, the deceased is
survived by five sons and five daughters - William, of Marshfield, Ore.; Mrs. Elsie Mc Dermott of Winnipeg, Man; Mrs. Elizabeth Murray, of Akeley, Minn; Mrs. Myrtle Schwarz of
Pendleton, Ore.; Arthur, of Miles City, Mont.; Mrs. Vernie Overby, of Fossil, Ore.; Norbert, of Park Falls, Wis.; Lawrence, of this city; Raymone, of Great Falls, Mont.; and Miss
Bernadette at present a patient at Pureair Sanatorium; also three brothers, Louis and George of Oconto, Wis., and Silas of Flint, Mich. The funeral will be held from St. Michael's Catholic
Church tomorrow (Friday) morning at 9 o'clock, and interment will be made in the local Catholic cemetery. Mr. Mineau was a man who will be greatly missed, not alone by his large and
devoted family, but by the entire community, for he was a man who commanded the respect of all who knew him. The sincere sympathy of all goes out to the afflicted. Relatives who are
here from out of town to attend the funeral are; Mrs. Elsie Mc Dermott, Mr. and Mrs. William Murray, Norbert, Raymond and Arthur Mineau, whose addresses are heretofore given;
David Legault and Ben J. Lagoe, borther-in-law and nephew respectively of the deceased, of Rhinelander, Wis., and deceased's brother, Louis Mineau and Daughter Mrs. Carland of
Oconto, Wix.

More About FRANCOIS XAVIER MINEAU:

Burial: Iron River, St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery

Notes for LAVINA LAGAULT:

Mrs. Lavina Mineau Called
 
 

Stricken while attending mass at St. Michael's Church on Christmas morning [Dec. 25, 1939], aged 79 years and eighteen days, passed away fifteen minutes after being transferred to the
home of her son, Lawrence A. Mineau, with whom she was residing.

Mrs. Mineau had suffered some heart attacks recently and it was realized by the family that her condition was such that death may visit her at any time, yet her death was nevertheless a
shock, as it always is to loved ones when one who is near and dear is suddenly called from this earth.

Mrs. Mineau was born in Canada, and came to the United States when a child but nine years of age. She lived at Marinette, Wis., and later at Oconto, before coming to Iron River to
reside about forty years ago. Her husband, Francis X. Mineau, preceded her in death several years ago.

The deceased is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Myrtle Schwarz, of Marshfield, Oregon; Mrs. Clude Overby, of Fossil, Oregon; Mrs. Elsie McDermott, of Winnipeg, Man., and Mrs.
Elizabeth Murray, of Brainard, Minn.; four sons, Lawrence A., of this city; Norbert, of Madison; Raymond A, Mineau, of Oakland, California, and William J., of Marshfield, Oregon.

The funeral was held this morning, with services at St. Michael's Catholic Church, and interment was in the family lot in the Catholic cemetery.

Mrs. Mineau was a woman who was held in the very highest esteem by all who knew her, for she was a lovable, kindly person, genteel in manner--the ideal type of mother and neighbor.

Among the relatives from out-of-town who attended the funeral were the deceased's daughters, Mrs. Elsie McDermott, of Winnipeg, and Mrs. Elizabeth Murray, of Brainard; her son,
Norbert, and wife, of Madison, and her only surviving brother, George LeGault, of Marinette, Wis.

THE IRON RIVER PIONEER, BAYFIELD COUNTY, WISCONSIN Thursday Dec. 28 1939
 
 
 
 

More About LAVINA LAGAULT:

Burial: Iron River, St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery

Marriage Notes for FRANCOIS MINEAU and LAVINA LAGAULT:

One of the witnesses at the weddings was Adolph Mineau.

Children of FRANCOIS MINEAU and LAVINA LAGAULT are:

               i. WILLIAM JOSEPH9 MINEAU, b. 12 February 1880, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin112; m. ANNIE LOUISE JOHNSON, 22 June 1904, St. Paul, Minnesota.

               Notes for WILLIAM JOSEPH MINEAU:

               Appears on 1880 and 1900 U.S. Census' with his parents.

               Appears on 1930 U.S. Census in Marshfield, Coos County Oregon, with his wife Anna, children, Esther L. 24, Roy W. 22, Kenneth F. 16, Richad A. 14, Leon W. 9, and William F. 4.

               Notes for ANNIE LOUISE JOHNSON:

               Appears on 1930 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               ii. ELSIE (LUCIE) MINEAU, b. December 1884; m. MARTIN J. MC DERMOTT, 24 October 1904, Bayfield Co., Wisconsin113,114.

               Notes for ELSIE (LUCIE) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               iii. ELIZABETH MINEAU, b. October 1886; m. WILLIAM MURRAY, 06 December 1906, Bayfield Co., Wisconsin115,116.

               Notes for ELIZABETH MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               iv. MYRTLE MARGARET MINEAU, b. 14 August 1888, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin117; d. 03 January 1952, Coos Bay, Oregon; m. GEORGE JOHN SCHWARZ, 02 May 1911, Iron River,
               Wisconsin; b. 01 June 1888, Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., Ohio; d. 16 September 1939, Coos Bay, Oregon.

               Notes for MYRTLE MARGARET MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1920 and 1930 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               Notes for GEORGE JOHN SCHWARZ:

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census. Pendleton, Umatillo Co., Oregon with his wife Myrtle, children Nedra and Boyd, and Sister-in-law Vernie Mineau.

               Appears on 1930 U.S. Census, Marshfield, Coos Co., Oregon, with his wife Myrtle 42, and children Nedra R. 17, and Boyd T. 11.

               v. ARTHUR MINEAU, b. May 1890.

               Notes for ARTHUR MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               vi. VERONICA ANN MINEAU, b. 21 September 1891, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin118.

               Notes for VERONICA ANN MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with her sister and her husbands (George Schwarz) family in Oregon.

               vii. NORBERT JOSEPH MINEAU, b. 27 December 1893, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin119; d. December 1969.

               Notes for NORBERT JOSEPH MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with his parents.

               viii. LAWRENCE ANDREW MINEAU, b. 17 October 1895, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin120; d. 1948.

               Notes for LAWRENCE ANDREW MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with his parents.

               More About LAWRENCE ANDREW MINEAU:

               Burial: Iron River, St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery

               ix. RAYMOND ALTON MINEAU, b. 27 May 1897, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin121.

               Notes for RAYMOND ALTON MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with his parents.

               x. BERNADETTE LAVINA MINEAU, b. 29 January 1899, Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin122; d. 03 January 1925.

               Notes for BERNADETTE LAVINA MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her parents.

               OBITUARY - BERNADETTE MINEAU

               DEATH CLAIMS IRON RIVER GIRL

               Miss Bernadette Mineau, Many Years an Invalid, Enters the Portals of the Eternal Life.
 
 

               Miss Bernadette Mineau, daughter of Mrs. F.X. Mineau, of this city, passed away at her home her last Saturday evening, Jan. 3rd, shortly before the midnight hour. For several days previous to her death it was
               evident that the end was near, and Norbert, of Park Falls, Wis., and Raymond, of Great Falls, Mont., brothers, and Mrs. William Murray, of Akeley, Minn., sister had come here and together with the mother and
               Lawrence , a brother, were at the bedside of the patient when the end came.

               Bernadette was born in Oconto, Wisconsisn, on January 29th, 1899, and came here with her parents when but a small child. She grew up here, attended the schools of this city, and graduated from the Columbia High
               School in 1917. Though ruddy and the picture of health, she had not been out of school much more than a year when her health became impaired, and her ailment was diagnosed as tuberculosis. She was among the
               first patients to enter Pureair Sanatorium, and she remained there until about a month ago, when it was realized that her condition had become such that nothing more could be done for her there which gave any hope
               of a cure, and so she was brought to her home and there given all the attention possible by a devoted mother and brother.

               During all the years she was an invalid, and up to within a short time before her death, she spoke cheerfully of the future evidently believing tht her first duty was to comfort her mother.

               The funeral was held on Tuesday morning from the Catholic Church, and the remains were laid at rest in the Catholic cemetery, Rev. Father Rapala officiating.

               The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the grieved and afflicted. Within the past eleven months the family has been called upon to bear the loss of their number - first, the father, next Arthur, a stalwart
               young man in the prime of life, and now Bernadette, a sweet and charming girl.

               Besides the members of the family mentioned, Mrs. McDermott, a sister, from Winnipeg, Manitoba, arrived here Monday to attend the funeral.

               The surviving members of the family are: the mother; William, of Marshfield, Ore.; Mrs. Elsie McDermott, of Winnipeg, Man.; Mrs. Elizabeth Murray, of Akeley, Minn.; Mrs. Myrtle Schwarz, of Pendleton,
               Oregon; Mrs. Vernie Overby, of Fossil, Oregon; Norbert, of Park Falls, Wis.; Lawrence, of this city, and Raymond of Great Falls, Mont.

               The Iron River Pioneer Thursday, January 8, 1925
 
 

               More About BERNADETTE LAVINA MINEAU:

               Burial: Iron River, St. Michael's Catholic Cemetery
 
 

11. MAJORIGUE (JOHN)8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 04 May 1855 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada123,124.
He married EMILIE JANE WELLS 19 March 1880 in Menominee, Michigan125. She was born Abt. 1852 in Canada.

Notes for MAJORIGUE (JOHN) MINEAU:

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with his parents under the name of Majorigue.

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census with his parents, he is listed as John. His occupation is shown as Laborer at age 16.

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census Marinette, Marinette, Wisconsin, SD 4, ED 97, Sheet 60 B, Page 432B. Listed as John with wife Emily J., Step-daughters Mary Jane, Bertha S., E., and
Step-son George A. Occupation shown as "Keeps Hotel". Last name listed as Meneau.

Children of MAJORIGUE MINEAU and EMILIE WELLS are:

               i. MARY JANE9 MC MULLENS, b. 1870.

               ii. GEORGE A. MC MULLENS, b. 1874, Michigan.

               iii. BERTHA S. MC MULLENS, b. 1877, Michigan.

               iv. E. MC MULLENS, b. 1879, Michigan.

               v. JOSEPH S. MINEAU, b. 10 January 1883, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin126.
 
 

12. ADOLPH8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 18 January 1857 in Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada127, and died
21 November 1919 in Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin128. He married MAGGIE BARIBEAU 13 June 1887 in Oconto, Oconto County, Wisconsin129, daughter of DOMINIQUE BARIBEAU
and ROSALIE BRULE. She was born 1870 in Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin.

Notes for ADOLPH MINEAU:

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with his parents, name shown as Dolpheus.

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census with his parents, his occupation is shown as Laborer at the age of 13. Name listed as Adolphus.

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with his parents, occupation shown as Works in Shingle Mill, first name shown as Adolph.

On his Registration of Marriage to Maggie Barribeau on 13 June 1887, additional information states, "The husbands first wife died in Marinette three years ago."

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Oconto, South Ward, Oconto Co., Wisconsin,

SD 8, ED 140, Sheet 18B. Shown with wife Margurite and son Reuben. Occupation shown as Carpenter. Surname spelled "Meneau", first name listed as Adolph.

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Oconto Co., Oconto City, South Ward, SD 8, ED 107, Sheet 17A. Appears with wife Maggie, and adopted children Ruben and Marie.

Obituary in Oconto County Reporter, 25 November 1919, Thursday - PIONEER OF CITY DEAD - Adolph Mineau, Resident Here for Fifty-Two Years - Had Been Ill for Past Seven Months
- Funeral Wednesday - Adolph Mineau, a resident of the city for fifty-two years, passed to the Great Beyond Sunday, death occurring at his home at 1033 Mc Donald street. Mr. Mineau
had been ill for the past seven months with dropsy. Deceased was born in Canada January 18, 1857, and came to Oconto fifty-two years ago. On June 13, thirty-two years ago he was
united in marriage to Maggie Barribeau who survives him together with one son, Reuben, and one daughter, Marie. He also leaves to mourn his death seven brothers, Louis and Peter, of
Oconto, Xavier of Iron River, Wis., Frank of Menominee, Mich., George of Lena, Silas of Canada, and Fred of Escanabe, Mich., and two sisters, Mrs. Peter Gilbertson of Auburn, N.Y. and
Mrs. Frank Matvier of Escanaba. The funeral was held Wednwsday morning at nine o'clock from St. Peter's church, Rev. Fr. Looze officiating, with burial in Catholic cemetery.

More About ADOLPH MINEAU:

Burial: 24 November 1919, Catholic Cemetery, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin

Notes for MAGGIE BARIBEAU:

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with her husband and son.

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with husband and two adopted children.

Appears on 1920 U.S. Census Wisconsin, Oconto County, Oconto City, SD 8 ED 170, Sheet 5A, with her son and daughter, and her mother Rosalie.

Marriage Notes for ADOLPH MINEAU and MAGGIE BARIBEAU:

Witnesses included; Rosa Mineau and Marcel Lefibre. Adolph's name is shown as Mineau, his father's as Pierre Mineau, his mother as Late Louise Lambert.

Children of ADOLPH MINEAU and MAGGIE BARIBEAU are:

               i. REUBEN9 MINEAU, b. September 1896, Wisconsin.

               Notes for REUBEN MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 and 1910 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with his mother, sister, and grandmother.

               ii. M.CECELIA MINEAU, b. 19 July 1903, Green Bay, Brown Co., Wisconsin; d. 20 February 1904, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin130; Adopted child.

               iii. MARIE MINEAU, b. 1904.

               Notes for MARIE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with parents.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with her adopted mother.
 
 

13. CELESTIN (SILAS)8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 25 April 1860 in Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada131, and
died 14 May 1926 in Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan. He married HENRIETTA (HATTIE) LOUISE SPALDING 11 May 1885 in Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin132, daughter of GEORGE
SPALDING and MARY FORD. She was born 27 April 1869 in Duck Creek, Wisconsin, and died 06 October 1908.

Notes for CELESTIN (SILAS) MINEAU:

Appears on 1861 Canadian Census with his Father's family, listed as Celestin.

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census with his Father's family, listed as Philip.

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with his Father's family, occupation shown as Teamster at Mill, listed as Silas..

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census Marinette City, 3rd Ward, Marinette Co., Wisconsin SD 8, ED 116, Sheet B 11. He is listed as Celestin, with his wife Hattie, children Edgar, Albert, Amanda,
Reuben, Mae, Hazel, Agnes, his father Prudent and step-mother Sophia. His occupation is listed as Foreman and the surname is spelled "Mineau"

Obituary in Marinette Eagle Star of 15 May 1926, Saturday: FORMER RESIDENT DIES IN FLINT, MICH. - Silas Mineau of Flint, Mich. formerly of this city, died at his home on Friday.
The body will be shipped from Flint, Mich., Sunday morning and is expected to arrive in this city Monday morning. The body will be brought to the Mc Lain chapel. Mr Mineau was born
in Canada. He came to Marinette 62 years ago where he resided for 52 years, then moving to Oconto, where he lived for 10 years and later moving to Flint, where he resided since. The
survivors are seven children two brothers, George Mineau, Hattie Street, this city, and Louis Mineau of Oconto. Mr. Mineau will be remembered by the old settlers, as he was coachman
on the Carney estate for many years.

The funeral will be held Tuesday morning from the St. Joseph's church at 9 o'clock. Rev. Fr. E.H. Vaissiere will officiate. Burial will be made in Forest Home cemetery beside his wife, who
preceded him in death several years ago.

Notes for HENRIETTA (HATTIE) LOUISE SPALDING:

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with husband and family.

Marriage Notes for CELESTIN MINEAU and HENRIETTA SPALDING:

One of the witnesses at the wedding was Jessarie Mineau.

Children of CELESTIN MINEAU and HENRIETTA SPALDING are:

               i. EDGAR9 MINEAU, b. 28 April 1886, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin133; d. 15 January 1938.

               Notes for EDGAR MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with Father's family.

               ii. HENRY LOUIS MINEAU, b. 23 January 1888, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin134; d. Bef. 1895.

               Notes for HENRY LOUIS MINEAU:

               Does not appear on 1895 birth record of his sister Mary, the 1900 U.S. Census, or the birth records of Anthony 1902, or Lucille 1904. Believed to have passed away before 1895.

               iii. ALBERT MINEAU, b. 23 January 1889, Wisconsin; d. 10 April 1934.

               Notes for ALBERT MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with Father's family.

               iv. AMANDA (MAUDE) MINEAU, b. 12 October 1889, Wisconsin; d. 16 October 1941; m. HARRY X. DE JARLAIS.

               Notes for AMANDA (MAUDE) MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with Father's family.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her husband.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

               Notes for HARRY X. DE JARLAIS:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Marinette Co., Marinette, Ward 4, SD 8, ED 85, Sheet 11A. Listed as Joseph Desjarlais with his wife Maude, living with her brother-in-law, Charles Simoneau.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Michigan, Genesee Co., Flint, Ed 23, Page 8B, with wife, Maude, children Julia M., Silas P., Edward C., and SIL Lucille 15. Listed as a Machinest/Auto Worker.

               v. REUBEN MINEAU, b. 06 August 1892, Wisconsin; d. 26 January 1935.

               Notes for REUBEN MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with Father's family.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Marinette Co., Marinette City, 2nd Ward, SD 8, ED 80, Sheet 7A. Listed as a boarder working as a Mechanic.

               vi. LOUISA LAURA MINEAU, b. 22 August 1893, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin135; d. 13 July 1896, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin136.

               vii. MARY GERTRUDE MINEAU, b. 29 April 1895, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin137; d. 19 June 1895, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin138.

               Notes for MARY GERTRUDE MINEAU:

               Does not appear on 1900 U.S. Census with the rest of her family. Believed to have passed away befor 1900.

               viii. MAE MINEAU, b. 20 May 1896, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin139; d. July 1978, Flint, Genesee Co., Michigan.

               Notes for MAE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with Father's family.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census living with her cousin Georgiana Simoneau (daughter of her Uncle George).

               ix. HAZEL MARY MINEAU, b. 08 January 1898, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin140; d. 24 January 1939.

               Notes for HAZEL MARY MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with Father's family.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Brown Co., Allouz Township, Page 9A at St. Joseph Orphan Asylum, age 12.

               x. AGNES ANNIE MINEAU, b. 24 January 1900, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin141; d. 24 August 1974; m. (1) WILLIAM BROWN; m. (2) ELMER LA BELLE.

               Notes for AGNES ANNIE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with Father's family.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Brown Co., Allouz Township, Page 9A, St. Joseph Orphan Asylum, age 10.

               xi. MARIAIN VIOLATE MINEAU, b. 01 September 1901, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin142; d. 28 September 1901, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin143.

               xii. ANTHONY MINEAU, b. 06 November 1902, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin144; d. 17 March 1983.

               Notes for ANTHONY MINEAU:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Brown Co., Allouz Township, Page 9A, St. Joseph Orphan Asylum, age 8.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Michigan, Genesee Co., Flint, Ed 59, Page 13B.

               Listed as a boarder age 18 working as a laborer for an Auto Company.

               xiii. LUCILLE LEANORE MINEAU, b. 21 March 1904, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin145; d. 05 October 1973.

               Notes for LUCILLE LEANORE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Brown Co., Allouz Township, Page 9A, St. Joseph Orphan Asylum, age 5.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with her sister Amanda (Maude's) family in Flint, Michigan.

               xiv. GERTRUDE MINEAU, b. Abt. 1907.

               Notes for GERTRUDE MINEAU:

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Brown Co., Allouz Township, Page 9A, St. Joseph Orphan Asylum, age 3.
 
 

14. LOUISA ELISABETH8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 07 October 1862 in Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec,
Canada146, and died 27 March 1923 in Fleming, Cayuga Co., New York. She married PETER J. GILBERT, son of PETER GILBERT and COLISTA (MARY). He was born March 1850 in New York,
and died 28 January 1932 in Auburn, Cayuga Co., New York.

Notes for LOUISA ELISABETH MINEAU:

Appears on 1870 U.S. Census with her parents.

Appears on 1880, 1900, 1910 and 1920 U.S. Census with her husband.

Obituary The Citizen Advertiser Journal, Auburn, N.Y., 28 March 1923, Page 6. Obituary - Mrs. Peter Gilbert. Mrs. Peter Gilbert died suddenly at the family home 41 Swift Street at 3 o'clock
yesterday afternoon. She had been complaining a little for some time but her condition did not appear to be serious. Shortly after 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon Mrs. Gilbert laid down and
soon thereafter suffered a sinking spell and died before any of the members of the family could be summoned. Mrs. Gilbert had been a resident of this city a number of years and was
highly respected. She is survived by her husband, three daughters, Mrs. Gordon of Cincinnati, Emily Barton of Rochester and Irene Vosburg of this city, and by four sons. Henry of this
city. Edward of Nevada. Silas of Geneva and Albert of Boston and four brothers and one sister in Michigan.

More About LOUISA ELISABETH MINEAU:

Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Fleming, Cayuga Co., N.Y., Section 27, Lot 83, Grave 1-NW

Notes for PETER J. GILBERT:

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census, Michigan, Menominee Co., Menominee, SD 4, ED 32, Page 18 C. Living with his brother, Louis 28, Louis' wife Esther 23, their son Peter 3, daughter
Francelea 1; another brother Cleoptred 25, Peter's wife Louise 18, and their daughter Laura 2.

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, New York, Cayuga Co., Auburn Township, Aubrun City, Ward 2, SD 14, ED 4, Sheet 17B. Listed with wife Louisa and 6 children;

Henry J. 19, Emily L. 17, Edward J. 16, Silas A. 14, Albert S. 13, Irene L. 6.

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, New York, Cayuga Co., Auburn City, SD 15, ED 7, Sheet 5A. Listed with wife, daughter Irene. Living in next house, son Henry J., his wife Veronica and
Granddaughter Veronica.

Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, New York, Cayuga Co., Auburn City, SD 17, ED 4, Ward 2, Sheet 14B. Listed with wife, son and daughter in-law, occupation carpenter.

Appears on 1930 U.S. Census, New York, Cayuga Co., Auburn City, Ward 2, SD 14, ED 6-4, Sheet 1B. Listed with Son Albert and DIL Naomi.

Obituary, 28 January 1932, The Citizen Advertiser, Auburn N.Y. Obituary - Peter J. Gilbert - Peter J. Gilbert died at his home 41 Swift Street at 1:15 this morning, after an illness of nearly
three years. He had been confined to his bed only a few weeks. Mr. Gilbert has been a resident of this city nearly 50 years. He was a carpenter by trade and during the latter part of his life
took contracts for such work. He was widely known. He is survived by three daughters Mrs. Harry Gorder of Cincinnati, O., Mrs. Leon Burtin of Rochester and Mrs. E. P. Vosburg of
Auburn; four sons Henry and Albert of this city, Silas of Geneva, and Edward of Elko, Nev.; three sisters, Mrs. Adele Bannon and Mrs. Julia Bunce of this city, Mrs. Laura Chetney of
Fulton; two brothers, Cleophas of Auburn and Albert of Providence, R.I. The funeral will leave the family home Saturday morning at 8:15. Services will take place at St. Alphonsus Church
at 9 O'clock. Burial will be in the family plot in St. Joseph's Cemetery.

More About PETER J. GILBERT:

Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Auburn, Cayuga Co., N.Y., Section 27, Lot 83, Grave 2-NE

Children of LOUISA MINEAU and PETER GILBERT are:

               i. HENRY J.9 GILBERT, b. April 1881, Michigan; d. 22 February 1957, Auburn, Cayuga Co., N.Y.; m. VERONICA E. KRAUSE; b. Abt. 1886.

               Notes for HENRY J. GILBERT:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census, New York, Cayuga Co., Auburn City, 2nd Ward, SD 15, ED 7, Sheet 5A, with his wife Veronica and Daughter Veronica, living next door to his parents.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, New York, Cayuga Co., Auburn City, Ward 1, SD 17, ED 1, Sheet 18 B, listed with wife, Veronica 11, Dorothy 8 and Jack 3 months.

               Appears on 1930 U.S. Census, New York, Cayuga Co., Auburn City, Ward 10th, SD 14, ED 6-21, Sheet 6B. Listed with wife Veronica E. 47, Children Veronica M. 21, Dorothy L. 19 and John H. 14.

               More About HENRY J. GILBERT:

               Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Fleming, Cayuga Co., N.Y., Section 23, Lot 83, Grave 1-SW

               ii. EMILY L. GILBERT, b. July 1882, Michigan; m. LEON BURON.

               Notes for EMILY L. GILBERT:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               iii. EDWARD J. GILBERT, b. 06 November 1883, Menominee, Menominee Co., Michigan147; d. 01 October 1979, Auburn, Cayuga Co., N.Y.; m. MARGARET SMITH.

               Notes for EDWARD J. GILBERT:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Nevada, Elko Co., Elko City, ED 10, SD 1, Sheet 2 A. Listed with wife Margaret 33, children Rossmond (d) 11, and Wellington (s) 1.

               Appears on 1930 U.S. Census, Nevada, Elko Co., Elko City, Ed 4-10, SD 1, Sheet 10 A. Listed with wife Margaret 43, children Rossmond 21 and Wellington 11.

               More About EDWARD J. GILBERT:

               Burial: St. Joseph's Cemetery, Fleming, Cayuga Co., N.Y., Section 37A, Lot 28D, Grave 2-NW

               iv. SILAS A. GILBERT, b. 06 August 1885, Menominee, Menominee Co., Michigan148; m. SARAH MOYLAY; b. New York.

               Notes for SILAS A. GILBERT:

               Appear on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, New York, Ontrario Co., Geneva City, Ward 2, SD 17, ED 76, Sheet 5A. Listed with wife Sarah 28, children Joseph S. 5, Francis J. 4, Mary S. 3, Richard A. 2, and Catherine A. 1.

               v. ALBERT GILBERT, b. January 1887, New York; m. NAOMI GUYLE; b. Abt. 1892.

               Notes for ALBERT GILBERT:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with his parents and his wife

               Appears on 1930 U.S. Census with his father and his (Albert's) wife.

               Notes for NAOMI GUYLE:

               Appears on 1920 and 1930 U.S. Census with her husband and his family.

               vi. IRENE GILBERT, b. April 1894, New York; m. EVERTON VOSBURGH.

               Notes for IRENE GILBERT:

               Appear on 1900 U.S. Census with her parents.

               Appears on 1910 U.S. Census with her parents.
 
 

15. FRED8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born November 1869 in Wisconsin. He married MILLIE BAKER 04 September 1892 in
City of Tomahawk, Lincoln Co., Wisconsin149, daughter of WILLIAM BAKER and MINNIE. She was born January 1870 in Germany.

Notes for FRED MINEAU:

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with his father's family.

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census in Lincoln County, Town of Tomahawk, Ward 3,

SD 8, ED 67, Sheet 13 B, with wife and children Otto and George. Spelled Meno.

Appears on 1910 U.S. Census in Wisconsin, Lincoln Co., Bradly Township, Tomahawk City, Ward 3, SD 9, ED 69, Sheet 17A. Listed with wife Amelia, and adopted 4 year old daughter
Liddy. Spelled Mino.

Appears on 1920 U.S. Census in Wisconsin, Lincoln Co., Tomahawk City, Ward 2, SD 10, ED 123, Sheet 11A. Listed with wife Amelia and daughter Lydia. Spelled Meno.

Appears on 1930 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Lincoln Co., Tomahawk City, Ward 2, Sd 2, ED 35-23, Sheet 8A. Listed as Fred Meno, with wife Millie.

Notes for MILLIE BAKER:

Appears on 1900 and 1910 U.S. Census with her husband.

Children of FRED MINEAU and MILLIE BAKER are:

               i. OTTO9 MINEAU, b. July 1888.

               ii. GEORGE MINEAU, b. July 1891.
 
 

16. MARIE (MINNIE) PRUDENT8 MINEAU (PIERRE (PETER) PRUDENT7, PIERRE6, CLAUDE5, RENE4, RENE3, RENE2, JEAN1) was born 03 March 1875 in Oconto City, Oconto Co., Wisconsin,
and died 17 October 1961 in Pinecrest Medical Care Facility, Escanaba, Delta Co., Michigan. She married (1) FRANCIS XAVIER METEIVER 14 June 1892 in Marinette, Marinette Co.,
Wisconsin150, son of ABRAHAM METEIVER and LOUISE GOGIELLE. He was born July 1861 in Waterlo, Montreal, Canada, and died 1934. She married (2) EMERY JUNEAU Aft. 1934.

Notes for MARIE (MINNIE) PRUDENT MINEAU:

Appears on 1880 U.S. Census with her father's family, listed as Minnie.

Appears on 1900, 1920, and 1930 U.S. Census with her husband and family.

Death Claims Local Resident - Mrs. Marie Meteiver Juneau of 313 S. 9th St. died at Pinecrest Medical Card Facility at 6:35 last evening. She had been in ill health for the last two years and
seriously ill for the last two weeks. She was born March 3, 1875 in Oconto, and has been a resident of Escanaba for the last 60 years. Mrs. Juneau was a member of St. Anne's Church. She
is survived by her husband Emery, two sons, Clifford Meteiver of Kenosha, and Ervin of Escanaba, Three daughters, Mrs. Larry (Volet) Govin, Vancouver, Wash., Mrs. John (Fern)
Duncan, Escanaba, Mrs. Roy (Rona) Kaiser of Louiseville, Ky., three step-daughters, Mrs. Dan Cayer, Trenary, Mrs. Stella Laundre and Mrs Henry Laundre, both of Escanaba rte. 1, one
step-son, Fred Juneau of Little Lake, 29 grandchildren, and 33 great grandchildren. Tentative funeral arrangements have been made. Friends may call at the Alle Funer Home after 3 p.m.,
Thursday. The rosery will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday. The Requiem Mass will be at St. Anne's Church at 9 Friday morning. Burial will be in the Holl Cross Cemetery.

More About MARIE (MINNIE) PRUDENT MINEAU:

Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery, Escanaba, Delta Co., Michigan

Notes for FRANCIS XAVIER METEIVER:

Appears on 1900 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Marinette City & County, 2nd Ward,

SD 8, ED 114, Sheet 16 as Frank Miteviere 38, with wife Minnie 26, and children Clifford 7, Alex 5, Leonard 2, and Irvin 4/12.

Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Michigan, Delta Co., Escanaba, Ed. 63 Sheet 1B. Shown as Frank Meteiva 56, with wife Minnie M. 43, children Violet 12, Fern 10 and Roanoke 7.

Appears on 1930 U.S. Census, Michigan, Delta Co., Escanaba, Ed 21-13, Sheet 1A, Page 157. Shown as Frank X. Meteiver 63, with wife Mary 45, children Ervin E. 27, Fern M. 19, and
Roanoke M. 17.

More About FRANCIS XAVIER METEIVER:

Burial: Holy Cross Cemetery, Escanaba, Delta Co., Michigan

Children of MARIE MINEAU and FRANCIS METEIVER are:

               i. CLIFFORD9 METEIVER, b. 24 March 1893; d. January 1973, Kenosha, Wisconsin151.

               Notes for CLIFFORD METEIVER:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Kenosha Co., City of Kenosha, Sheet 20 A, listed as a Machinest in an Auto Factory.

               Appears on 1930 U.S. Census, Wisconsin, Kenosha Co., City of Kenosha, 9th Ward, Sheet 20 B. Shown as 37, with wife Easther F. 37, and son Ronald C. 2.

               ii. ALEX METEIVER, b. 01 January 1895, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin; d. 22 February 1901, Marinette, Marinette Co., Wisconsin152.

               Notes for ALEX METEIVER:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               iii. LEONARD METEIVER, b. August 1898.

               Notes for LEONARD METEIVER:

               Appears on 1900 U.S. Census with his parents.

               iv. ERVIN E. METEIVER, b. 09 February 1900, Wisconsin; d. April 1965, Escanaba, Delta Co., Michigan153.

               Notes for ERVIN E. METEIVER:

               Appears on 1900 & 1930 U.S. Census with his parents.

               v. VIOLET METEIVER, b. Aft. 1900; m. LARRY GOVIN.

               Notes for VIOLET METEIVER:

               Appears on 1920 U.S. Census with her parents.

               vi. FERN M. METEIVER, b. Abt. 1911, Michigan; m. JOHN DUNCAN.

               Notes for FERN M. METEIVER:

               Appears on 1920 & 1930 U.S. Census with her parents.

               vii. ROANOKE M. METEIVER, b. Abt. 1913, Michigan; m. ROY KAISER.

               Notes for ROANOKE M. METEIVER:

               Appears on 1920 & 1930 U.S. Census with her parents.
 
 
 
 

                                                           Endnotes

1. Church Records, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada - by Rita E. Woodward, LDS Film 1425258, Volume 3, Page 322 "Mino".

2. Church Records, Saint Antoine-de-la-Riviere-du-Loup (Louiseville), Quebec, LDS Film 1018137, "Mino".

3. Death Records, Marinette County, Wisconsin, Record #00241.

4. Church Records, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada - by Rita E. Woodward, LDS Film, 1425258, Volume 5, Page 235 "Mino".

5. Church Records, Saint Antoine-de-la-Riviere-du-Loup (Louiseville), Quebec, LDS Film 1018138, M.14.

6. Church Records, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada - by Rita E. Woodward, LDS Film 1425258, Volume 3, Page 374.

7. Church Records, Saint Antoine-de-la-Riviere-du-Loup (Louiseville), Quebec, LDS Film 1018137,.

8. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363.

9. Church Records, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 "Mino".

10. Church Records, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada - by Rita E. Woodward, LDS Film 1425258, Volume 5, Page 53.

11. Church Records, Louiseville, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1018138, Volume 8, B.119.

12. State of Wisconsin - Copy of Death Record, 534 "Mineau".

13. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 M. 7.

14. Church Records, Saint Leon le Grand, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1301851, B. 10.

15. State of Wisconsin Original Certificate of Death, Registered No. 30.

16. Birth records - Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 002160 "Meno".

17. Certificate of Death - Michigan Dept. of Health, Local File No. 12.

18. Marriage License Delta County, Michigan, No. 2511 1905.

19. Certificate of Death - Michigan Department of Public Health, 3760.

20. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 B.24 Pierre Edouard Mino.

21. State of Wisconsin Original Death Certificate, Registered No. 3.

22. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292398 Record 01306.

23. Wisconsin State Board of Health - Copy of Certificate of Death, 462.

24. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 B. 68 Marie Emma Mino.

25. Wisconsin State Board of Health - Copy of Certificate of Death, 97 407.

26. Oconto County Reporter June 11, 1881.

27. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292398 Record 01302.

28. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 "Minot".

29. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 "Mino".

30. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292398 Record 02167.

31. Registration of Deaths, No. 174, Death Caused by Typhoid Fever.

32. Wisconsin Death Records, Volume 15 #265.

33. Death Menominee County Court House, Michigan, Book 32, Page 262.

34. State of Michigan, Co. of Menominee, Copy of Record of Marriage, D-99.

35. Oconto County Registration of Births, LDS Film 1305135, Record 02482 "Meno".

36. Death Records - Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film, Page 326 Record 2156.

37. Church Records, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada - by Rita E. Woodward, LDS Film 1425258, Volume 5, Page 258 "Mino".

38. Church Records, Saint Antoine-de-la-Riviere-du-Loup (Louiseville), Quebec, LDS Film 1018138, B. 108.

39. Marriage Index, 1854-1871 St. Louis, Missouri, LDS Film 0528147, Lists Peter Miner marriage to Bridg Hayes in Volume 11, Page 207.

40. Marriage Book 11 St. Louis, Missouri, LDS Film 528177, Volume 11, Page 267, Peter Miner sone of Peter Miner and of Luisa Lombare on the one part and Bridget daughter of Michael Hayes and of Bridget Mackey on the other were
married 25 December 1862, Marriage Record filed & recorded 12 January 1864.

41. Church Records, Louiseville, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1425258, Volume 5, Page 288 "Mineau".

42. Church Records, Saint Antoine-de-la-Riviere-du-Loup (Louiseville), Quebec, LDS Film 1018138, B. 107.

43. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 "Minot".

44. Church Records, Saint Leon le Grand, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1301850, Volume 1825-1836, B.531.

45. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363.

46. Church Records, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363.

47. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363, Baptism Records 1861, Page 8, B. 38.

48. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363, Burial Records 1865, Page 190, S. 40.

49. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363.

50. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363, Baptism Records 1865, B. 11.

51. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363, Deaths 1866, Page 154, S.10.

52. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363, Baptism Records 1867.

53. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363.

54. Church Records, Saint Alexis des Monts, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302088, Baptisms 1873, B. 24.

55. Polk Co. Wisconsin Marriage Records, LDS Film 1275493 Page 26.

56. Polk Co. Wisconsin Marriage Records, LDS Film 1275494, Page 363.

57. Polk Co. Wisconsin Marriage Records, LDS Film 1275495 Page 260.

58. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 "Minot".

59. Church Records, Saint Leon le Grand, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1301850, Volume 1825-1836.

60. Death Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1306213, Page 290 Record 0540.

61. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 "Mino".

62. Registration of Death, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, Record No. 2149.

63. LDS Film 1292021 - Marriage Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, Page 183 Record 2115.

64. Church Records, Saint Justin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363.

65. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 "Mino".

66. LDS Film 1292023 Marinette County, WI, Marriage Records, Page 156 Recore 1403.

67. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 "Mineault".

68. LDS Film 1292023 Marinette County, WI, Marriage Records, Page 318 Record 2343.

69. LDS Film 1017372 - Marriage Records - Menominee Co., Michigan, Book C Page 195.

70. Church Records, Saint Alexis des Monts, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302088, Baptisms 1874, B.26 "Mineault".

71. Marinette County, Wisconsin - Death Records, Book 28, Page 222.

72. LDS Film 1292023 Marinette County, WI, Marriage Records, Page 63 Record 0855.

73. Church Records, Saint Alexis des Monts, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302088, Baptisms 1876, B. 30 "Mineau".

74. LDS Film 1292023 Marinette County, WI, Marriage Records, Page 373 Record 2660.

75. Church Records, St. Alexis des Monts, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1430863, 1880, B.43.

76. Death Menominee County Court House, Michigan, Book B, Page 114.

77. Marriage Records, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292397, Page 36, Record 00301, "Minot".

78. Church Records, St. Ursule, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1002042, 1854, B. 48.

79. Menominee, Michigan Marriage Records, Book C, Page 36.

80. Church Records, Louiseville, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1689504, 1876, B. 154 "Mineau".

81. Menominee Michigan Marriage Records, Book C, Page 190.

82. Church Records, Louiseville, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1689504, 1878, B. 143 "Mineau", Baptised 22 December 1878 as Joseph Arthur Henri Mineau, son of Theodule Mineau and Domatilde Lacoursiere. Godparents Henri Mc Neau and
.....Beland.

83. Menominee Michigan Marriage Records, Book C, Page 175.

84. Death Menominee County Court House, Michigan, Book B, Page 198.

85. Church Records, St. Alexis des Monts, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1430863, 1880, B.41.

86. Birth Records, Menominee Co., Michigan, LDS Film 1017365, Page 116, #216.

87. Wisconsin Death Records, Volume 8, #117.

88. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292397 Records 00353 & 00794.

89. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292399 Record 01430.

90. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292399 Record 00087.

91. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292399 Record 00589.

92. Menominee Michigan Marriage Records, Book C, Page 321, Frank E. Mineau & Elizabeth Couillard were married on 21 October 1905.

93. State of Wisconsin Original Birth Record - Delayed, 178.

94. Registration of Births - Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 002566 "Meno".

95. LDS Film 1305136 Oconto Co. WI. Registration of Births, Volume 3, Record 1757 "Meno".

96. Wisconsin Death Records, Volume 13, #144.

97. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292397 Record 00800.

98. Wisconsin Death Records, Volume 13, #3.

99. LDS Film 1311646 - Death Records - Oconto Co., Wisconsin, Page 142 Record 1190.

100. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292399 Record 00540.

101. Wisconsin Death Records, Volume 6, # 1147.

102. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292399 Record 00829.

103. Wisconsin Death Records, Volume 32 #556.

104. Registration of Births - Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 002956 "Mineau".

105. Registration of Births - Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 000353 "Mineau".

106. Registration of Births - Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 001649 "Mineau".

107. Wisconsin Death Records, Volume 35 #568.

108. Birth records - Oconto Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 2899 "Minau".

109. LDS Film 1311646 - Death Records - Oconto Co., Wisconsin, Page 326 Record 2008.

110. Church Records, Saint Antoine-de-la-Riviere-du-Loup (Louiseville), Quebec, LDS Film 1018139 B.99 "Mineau".

111. Marriage Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292021, Page 15, Record 1206.

112. Birth Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305089, Record 00213 "Mineau".

113. Iron River Pioneer, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, Marriages.

114. Bayfield County, Wisconsin - Marriage Records, LDS Film 1275772, Page 312, Record 0474.

115. Iron River Pioneer, Bayfield County, Wisconsin, Marriages.

116. Bayfield County, Wisconsin - Marriage Records, LDS Film 1275772, Page 362, Record 0723.

117. State of Wisconsin Original Birth Record - Delayed, #70.

118. Registration of Births - Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 001597 "Mineau".

119. Registration of Births - Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 001621"Mineau".

120. Registration of Births - Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 002111 "Mineau".

121. Registration of Births - Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 002598 "Mineau".

122. Registration of Births - Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305135, Record 000219 "Meneau".

123. Church Records, Maskinonge, Louiseville, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1425475, Volume 7, Page 108 "Mineau".

124. Church Records, Saint Antoine-de-la-Riviere-du-Loup (Louiseville), Quebec, LDS Film 1018139, 1855, B. 49 "Minot".

125. Marriage Records Menominee Co., MI, LDS Film 1017372, Book B, Page 22, 1880.

126. Birth Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 13050089, Record 00347 "Mineau".

127. Church Records, Saint Antoine-de-la-Riviere-du-Loup (Louiseville), Quebec, LDS Film 1018139, B. 4 "Mineau".

128. Wisconsin Death Records, Volume 7, # 939.

129. Registration of Marriages, Oconto Co., Wisconsin, 01865.

130. LDS Film 1311646 - Death Records - Oconto Co., Wisconsin, Page 505 Record 168.

131. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 "Minot".

132. Marriage Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1292021, Page 100 Record 1206.

133. Birth Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305069, Record 00485 "Mineau".

134. Birth Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305089, Record No. 00871 "Mineau".

135. Birth Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305089, Record 02888 "Meneau".

136. LDS Film 1306213 - Death Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, Page 463 Record 1466.

137. Birth Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305089, Record 01006 "Mineau".

138. LDS Film 1306213 - Death Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, Page 509 Record 1742.

139. Marinette County, WI, Birth Records, LDS Film 1305090, Record No. 01913 "Mineau".

140. Marinette County, WI, Birth Records, LDS Film 1305090, Record 00778 "Mineau".

141. Marinette County, WI, Birth Records, LDS Film 1305090, Record No. 2270 "Mineau".

142. Marinette County, WI, Birth Records, LDS Film 1305090, Record No. 01073 "Mineau".

143. Death Records, Marinette County, Wisconsin, Record No. 649.

144. Birth Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305091, Record 02461 "Mineau".

145. Birth Records - Marinette Co., Wisconsin, LDS Film 1305091, Record 01211 "Mineau".

146. Church Records, Saint Paulin, Maskinonge, Quebec, Canada, LDS Film 1302363 B. 71 "Mino".

147. Birth Records, Menominee Co., Michigan, LDS Film 1017365, Page 117, #230.

148. Birth Records, Menominee Co., Michigan, LDS Film 1017365, Page 56, #132.

149. Registration of Marriages, Lincoln Co., Wisconsin LDS Film 1292008, Record No. 1722 "Menean".

150. Marinette County, Wisconsin - Marriage Records, LDS Film 1292021, Page 343 Record 00027.

151. Social Security Death Index.

152. Death Records, Marinette Co., Wisconsin, 00421 #59, Alex Matiever 6 yrs, 1 mo., 22 days. Parents Frank & Minnie Matiever. Born 1 January 1895 died 22 February 1901.

153. Social Security Death Index.



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