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Gail Morris

Gender:Female
Age:60's
Country:
 USA
Joined:February 5 2011 (3 years ago)
Gail is an active member of the site R Guilbert Web Site
Gail visited once, last visit on October 6 2012 (2 years ago)

Other site memberships (by number of visits)

Gail Morris Family WebsiteSite manager, since Feb 5 2011
Riley Web SiteSite manager, since Mar 13 2012
Ferney Family WebsiteMember, since Feb 15 2011
Causey Web SiteMember, since Nov 3 2011
Malette Web SiteMember, since Dec 22 2011
Boulanger Web SiteMember, since Dec 15 2011
Fontaine Web SiteMember, since Oct 7 2012
Shelly Web SiteMember, since Nov 18 2011
Cadorette Web SiteMember, since Jan 18 2013
JAYNE-LYNNS FAMILY TREE Web SiteMember, since Aug 9 2012
And 6 more »
Comments:
Charles-Édouard PILON Bonjour, J'aimerai faire parti de votre site. Bonne journée.

Édouard Pilon
2 years ago
Gail Morris Bonjour to you also. I don't speak french, though. Have a great day!
2 years ago
Georges-Émile Boudreau Hi Gail ! I just turn 85 years old and i'd like to be part of your site. Thanks ! Edgar Soucy was my mother's only brother and Aurélie, his wife, were my uncle and aunt.
Médard Daigle c.s.c. was a confrère of mine since I am also a priest of Holy Cross Congregation from Montréal, Québec, Canada. Good luck! Georges-Émile Boudreau.
2 years ago
Gail Morris Thanks for replying! I am not blood related to the Daigles that I know of. My aunt Rena Trahan, married Jesnair Daigle. I added the Dagles to my tree for my first cousin, Shirley Daigle. Jesnair Daigle came from a large family and the lived near the Atchafalaya Basin as children. They all had the bluest eyes I have ever seen. Good luck to you also.
2 years ago
Kevin Patrick Flood Hi Gail: Sorry to learn that you don't know much on the Daigle family. I have an Angelique Daigle that married my GGGfather Jean Baptiste Klebaur in Derby VT 1862, stated they lived in Sherbrooke, Canada. In late 1840-50 Jean Baptiste lived in St Hyacinthe, Quebec, and I believed the Daigles lived there as well.
Thanks, genealogy is tough work unraveling the mysteries!
one year ago
 
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