|Dominique Ritchot (#47881852)|
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Dedicated to the extended Ritchot (Ritchott, Ritchotte, Richot, Richotte) family, in hope you will find your loved ones.|
I will gladly transfer memorials to direct family member on request.
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Hi, I thought it easier for me to transfer the memorials to you, you can add whatever you wish. I am very busy right now.
|Gail A||RE: Arthur H. Ritchotte (St. Joseph's West Warwick)|
You are very welcome. My pleasure
Added by Gail A on Nov 02, 2015 8:11 PM
|Quiet Rebel||RE: Victoria Ritchot (St. Joseph, Leroy ND)|
Apologies for the lateness of my reply, but the names I could read on the tombstone are as follows: William & Victoria (side 1), Julie & Alexandre Ritchot (side 2) and Louis Caplet/Marie Anne Gosselin (side 3). Sorry, I can't remember the last side, if there was anything listed. Next time I'm in the area I'll check again for you.
Thank you so much for trying to take pictures for me!The information you passed on was interesting and helpful!
Thank you for the information on the history on the catholic cemeteries in Montreal.
Added by YJL on Aug 08, 2015 11:26 AM
|High Plains||Victoria Ritchot|
The photo was not taken by me so I can't post it. You will have to ask Quiet Rebel who posted the photo.
|Susan Baker||Amanda Alexander|
Sorry the picture isn't better. Have a great day Susan
|Quiet Rebel||RE: Harvey W Richotte (St. Boniface, Walhalla ND)|
You're very welcome! I just wish I could have found Izear's also!
|Robert DeVowe||RE: Marie-Anne « Jeanne » Giroux Ritchot|
This is wrong. I looked up the marriage as well as the burial. As I said The burial was on 1789 was for the wife of Louis Bresa who in 1751 was the widow of Louis Provost. When I have had the info as long as I have had it. I don't just start changing everything without checking everything. I spend 3 to 4 hours comparing trees and hunting down the original records. As for St-Michel d'Yamaska. That is true. She was buried in that church yard of that church which is not in the town on St-Michel-d'Yamaska but the city of Yamaska.
|Squeak||RE: Estelle A Ritchotte Rossi|
Hey guess what?! I went back to the cemetery today and had help. Kenny helped me move some of the ivy growing on the right side of the stone... AND WE FOUND ESTELLE'S INSCRIPTION! It was completely covered in ivy. We couldn't get her whole name and his fingers were in the picture a little (holding the ivy away), but I got a shot and will upload soon. There was also an inscription on the top, but the ivy would NOT let go of the stone... however, I think it is her husband possibly?
Added by Squeak on May 25, 2015 1:18 AM
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