6 août 2010


Free inhabitants in township of Frenchtown in county of Monroe state of Michigan enumerated by me, on the 5th day of september 1850.A.G.Bates, Assistant Marshall

27. Francis NAVARRE, 37 ans, fermier(lir
e François Navarre)
- Betsy Loranger, 30 ans, sa femme(lire Élisabeth Loranger, fille d'Alexis Loranger et Catherine TESSIER)
-Elizabeth Navarre,13 ans
-Ambrose Navarre, 10 ans
-Taodule Navarre, 6 ans-Catherine Navarre, 2 ans-William Lloyd, 30 ans, laboureur engagéFamille38. Catherine (TESSIER)LORANGER, 4
9 ans, veuve d'Alexis Loranger- Noah Loranger, 31 ans, son fils, laboureur(lire Noé Loranger)
- Angelique Grilley, 27 ans, femme de Noah Loranger
-Peter Loranger, 21 ans, laboureur
-Elizabeth Loranger, 17 ans
- Antoine Loranger, 14 ans
- Lucy Loranger, 13 ans
- Josephine Loranger, 12 ans
- Ellen Loranger, 11 ans
-MadeleineLoranger, 8 ans
- Elizabeth Grilley, 6 mois, fille d' Angélique Grilley

39. Monique (BRANCHAUD)Loranger, 36 ans (femme d'Alexis Loranger, belle-fille de Catherine TESSIER)
- Narcisse Loranger, 11 ans (enfant de Alexis Loranger et Monique Branchaud)
- Catherine Rheaume, 14 ans(inconnue)

91. Dominique TESSIER, 53 ans, laboureur(veuf de Thérèse Chauvin)
- Francis Tessier, 31 ans, laboureur(lire François Tessier)
- Eli Tessier, 17 ans, laboureur(lire Hilaire Tessier)

138. Zephirin LORANGER, 39 ans, fermier(fils d'Alexis Loranger et Catherine TESSIER)
- Mary Valade, 29 ans, sa femme
-Joseph Loranger, 8 ans
-John Loranger, 7 ans
-Zephirin Loranger, 5 ans
-Peter Loranger, 3 ans
-Louis Loranger, 3 mois

241. Charles CARMEL, 35 ans, laboureur
-Therese TESSIER, 32 ans, sa femme(fille de Dominique TESSIER et Thérèse Chauvin)
-Cyrene Carmel, 13 ans
-Daniel Carmel, 7 ans
-Columbus Carmel, 5 ans
-Clarissa Carmel, 3 ans
-Susan Langlye, 18 ans(inconnue)(Langlais?)

243. Francis TESSIER, 51 ans, laboureur(François Tessier, fils de Pierre TESSIER et Élisabeth Madeleine McDonald)
- Elizabeth TESSIER, 100 ans, veuve de Pierre TESSIER(lire Élisabeth-Madeleine McDonald)

Photo de la maison Édouard Loranger, frère d'Alexis Loranger, à Frenchtown.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
«The Edward Loranger House, built in 1825, is a one-and-one-half-story, red brick farmhouse displaying characteristics of early French-Canadian architecture. The house is rectangular in plan and originally had only two rooms plus an attic. The house is built on a stone foundation and topped with a gable roof covered with standing seam sheet metal with the ridge running parallel to the front of the house. The house is devoid of any exterior ornamentation. The window openings contain stone lintels and sills. Fixed shutters have been added at the door and windows on the front elevation. The cornice line is simple with cornice returns on the gable ends. The house has three single stack chimneys. A brick, shed-roofed addition was built along the rear wall of the house in 1861. Gabled dormers were added to the front of the roof in 1941. The property includes five outbuildings. A small brick building located fifteen feet from the back of the house was originally a smokehouse. The other outbuildings, a barn, a playhouse, and two storage buildings, are frame and painted white. Two other buildings, once associated with the site, a gristmill built c. 1832 and a sawmill from a later date, were moved to Henry Ford's Greenfield Village in Dearborn, Michigan, where they have been restored».

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