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CHARBONNEAU, Louis
(1806-)
RAIMOND, Marie Victoire
(1812-Bef 1861)
CHARBONNEAU, Gilbert
(1835-Bef 1871)
MONDOUX, Élisabeth
(1836-)

CHARBONNEAU, Gilbert
(1863-1951)

 

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Spouses/Children:
ROCHON, Émilie

CHARBONNEAU, Gilbert 2 3 4 5 6 7

  • Born: 25 Feb 1863, Thurso, Papineau, Québec, Canada 6
  • Marriage: ROCHON, Émilie on 7 Jul 1884 in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada 1 2
  • Died: 16 May 1951, Eastview (now Ottawa), Carleton, Ontario, Canada aged 88 7
  • Buried: 19 May 1951, Eastview (now Ottawa), Carleton, Ontario, Canada 7 8
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bullet  Burial Notes:

Plot 2614, Section OO

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bullet  Facts and details for Gilbert Charbonneau:

• An alternative source document lists his birth date as 25 Mar 1860. 9

• An alternative source document lists his birth date as 1861 and birth location as , , Québec, Canada. 5

• An alternative source document lists his birth date as Aug 1862 and birth location as , , Ontario, Canada. 10

• He lived in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada in 1871. 11

• He worked as a shanty man in 1881 in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada. 12

• He lived at By Ward in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada in 1881. 13 Living with widowed mother.

• He lived at 324 Clarence St. in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada in 1893. 14

• He worked as an electrician in 1901 in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada. 15

• He lived in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada in 1901. 15

• He worked as an electrician in 1911-1915 in Gloucester (now Ottawa), Carleton, Ontario, Canada. 16

• He lived at 193 Marier Rd. in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada in 1911. 16

• He lived at 268 Albert St. in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada in 1915. 6

• He served in the military 77th Battalion, 224th Battalion and Canadian Forestry Corps. From 16 Dec 1915 to 7 Nov 1918. 17 18 Military service and assignments as follows:
- Enlisted 16 Dec 1915 as a Private and assigned to the 77th Battalion.
- Transferred to the 224th Battalion in Apr 1916.
- Embarked at Halifax on 18 Apr 1916.
- Disembarked in England on 28 Apr 1916.
- Appointed acting Lance Corporal on 28 Apr 1916.
- Tranferred to the 29th Company Canadian Forestry Corps (CFC) on 22 Nov 1916.
- Disembarked at Havre, France on 24 Apr 1917.
- Appointed Lance Corporal on 24 Apr 1917.
- Classified medically unfit for service in France on 5 Aug 1918.
- Tranferred to England on 12 Aug 1918.
- Embarked for Canada on 23 Sep 1918.
- Disembarked in Canada 11 Oct 1918.
- Medical discharge on 7 Nov 1918.

• He travelled to London, , Greater London, England on 7 Oct 1918. 19 Aboard the ship Cardiganshire along with other soldiers returning from the war in Europe.

• He was discharged from the military Medical on 7 Nov 1918 in Kingston, Frontenac, Ontario, Canada. 20

• He lived in Hull (now Gatineau), Outaouais, Québec, Canada in 1921. 21

• He lived at 55 Marier Rd. in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada in 1935. 22

• He lived at 218 Marier St. in Eastview (now Ottawa), Carleton, Ontario, Canada in 1951. 7

• His obituary was published in the Ottawa Journal on 18 May 1951. It read as follows:

On Wednesday, May 16, 1951, at his home, 218 Marier Rd., Eastview, Gilbert Charbonneau, husband of the late Emilie Rochon, aged 89 years. Resting at Horace Racine and Robert Ltd., 260 Besserer St. Funeral Saturday to Notre Dame de Lourdes Church, Eastview, for requiem mass at 8 o'clock. Interment Notre Dame. 7



• He was buried at the Notre Dame de Lourdes, section OO, plot 2614 in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada on 19 May 1951.


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Gilbert married Émilie ROCHON, daughter of Eustache ROCHON and Élisabeth JANOTTE dite Lachapelle, on 7 Jul 1884 in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada.1 2 (Émilie ROCHON was born on 13 Apr 1867 in Papineauville, Papineau, Québec, Canada, baptized on 14 Apr 1867 in Papineauville, Papineau, Québec, Canada, died on 1 Apr 1940 in Vanier (now Ottawa), Carleton, Ontario, Canada and was buried on 4 Apr 1940 in Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario, Canada 23.)


bullet  Marriage Notes:

Ste. Anne's Church

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Sources


1 Répertoire des mariages de la paroisse Sainte-Anne d'Ottawa (April 1980).

2 (Ontario, Canada), Drouin Collection - Ontario French Catholic Church Records, 1747-1967, "Ste Anne 1877-1897," Gilbert Charbonneau and Emilie Rochon; digital images, Ancestry.com(accessed 12 Feb 2011).

3 Statistics Canada, Census - Canada - 1911, Page 21. Province/Territory: Ontario
District Name: Russell
District Number: 118
Sub-district Name/Description: Gloucester Township, Eastview Village
Sub-district Number: 33
Additional Information: certain pages of microfilm are of poor quality
Reference: RG31 , Statistics Canada
Microfilm Reel Number: T-20396
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4 Statistics Canada, Census - Canada - 1881, Census Place By Ward, Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario Family History Library Film 1375866 NA Film Number C-13230 District 105 Sub-district D Division 3 Page Number 25 Household Number 139.

5 1871 census of Canada, Ontario, district 77, sub-district E, Ottawa, p. 13-14, dwelling 39, family 47; RG 31; digital images, Ancestry.com, Census - Canada - 1871 - Ontario .

6 Canada, "Soldiers of the First World War - Canadian Expeditiary Force - Attestation Papers," Gilbert Charbonneau; digital images(http://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/databases/cef/index-e.html).

7 "Death Gilbert Charbonneau," (Ottawa) The Ottawa Journal, 18 May 1951, p. 30.

8 Cemetery Records for Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, Cemetery Records for Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes.

9 Statistics Canada, Census - Canada - 1901, Page 3. Province/Territory: Ontario
District Name: OTTAWA (City/Cité)
District Number: 100
Sub-district Name: Ottawa (City/Cité) Ottawa (Ward/Quartier)
Sub-district Number: d-3
Schedule: 1
Reference: RG31 , Statistics Canada
Microfilm Reel Number: T-6488
Finding Aid Number: 31-40.

10 Statistics Canada, Census - Canada - 1911, Page 21. Province/Territory: Ontario
District Name: Russell
District Number: 118
Sub-district Name/Description: Gloucester Township, Eastview Village
Sub-district Number: 33
Additional Information: certain pages of microfilm are of poor quality
Reference: RG31 , Statistics Canada
Microfilm Reel Number: T-20396.

11 1871 census of Canada, Ontario, district 77, Ottawa, p. 14, dwelling 39, family 47; RG 31; digital images, Ancestry.com, Census - Canada - 1871 - Ontario .

12 1881 census of Canada, Ontario, district 105, sub-district 3 - Byward, Ottawa, p. 25, dwelling 139, family 139; RG 31; digital images, Ancestry, Census - Canada - 1881 - Ontario .

13 1881 census of Canada, Ontario, district 105, sub-district D, Ottawa, p. 26, dwelling 116, family 139; RG 31; digital images, Ancestry, Census - Canada - 1881 - Ontario .

14 Ancestry.com, City Directories, Ottawa - 1898: 70; digital images.

15 1901 census of Canada, Ontario, district 100, sub-district D, Ottawa, p. 3, dwelling 18, family 19; RG 31; digital images, Ancestry, Census - Canada - 1901 - Ontario .

16 1911 census of Canada, Ontario, district 118, sub-district 4, Gloucester, p. 21, dwelling 193, family 205; RG 31; digital images, Ancestry, Census - Canada - 1911 - Ontario .

17 Internet web site, Details on the role the Canadian Forestry Corps played in WWI at: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canadian_Forestry_Corps.

18 Canada Gilbert Charbonneau; digital images, Canada, CEF Declaration Papers, 1914-1918 (accessed 22 Mar 2008).

19 Ancestry.ca database, Gilbert Charbonneau.

20 Canada Gilbert Charbonneau - Discharge Certificate.

21 1921 census of Canada, Quebec, district 168, sub-district 8, Hull, p. 14, dwelling 128; RG 31; digital images, Census - Canada - 1921 - Quebec .

22 Canada 2, Gilbert Charbonneau and family; digital images, "Ottawa East," Canada Voters Lists, 1935-1980 (accessed 23 Oct 2013).

23 Cemetery Records for Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes.