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Jan 24, 2016
Sue Campbell-Bisson tagged Ferdinand Edouard LANGLOIS in 1 photos
 
Sue Campbell-Bisson commented on the photo Ferdinand and Isabella with son Fred:
 this is Fred, Alfred Desire Louis 3 sept 1860- 1970 not Ferdinand 
Jan 12, 2016
Walta Lefler updated the details of Margaret ROBERSON , Elvira Stone (born ROBERSON) , James ROBERSON , Martha O. SCHOOLFIELD (born ROBERSON) and 8 other people in family tree WELpartial
Dec 23, 2015
Sue Campbell-Bisson updated the details of Mary Ann Elizabeth Auffray LANGLOIS (born Auffray) in family tree WELpartial
Nov 18, 2015
Walta Lefler commented on the photo Eliza Le Tourneur Auffray and Lewis 1901:
 She is one of the turner children. Le Touneur was anglisized to Turner. Son Lewis is sometimes spelled Louis. 
Walta Lefler commented on the photo Eliza Le Tourneur Auffray and Lewis 1901:
 Eliza 1879 is the 2nd daughter of Augustine Emelie known as Emily in the Jean Hyacinthe Auguste Langlois family. Emily was the oldest daughter of Jean Hyacinthe. 
Walta Lefler commented on the photo Eliza Le Tourneur Auffray and Lewis 1901:
 Eliza Le Tourneur daughter of Augustine Emelie Angelique Langlois
2 May 1851 Portbail France – Deceased and Jean Le Tourneur 1850-Deceased. She is the wife of Charles F Auffray and the boy is her only child Lewis. They moved to Canada and Lewis was killed during WWI. 
Walta Lefler tagged <Private> Auffray in 1 photos
 
Walta Lefler tagged Eliza Auffrey (born LE TOURNEUR) in 1 photos
 
Sue Campbell-Bisson commented on the photo Eliza Le Tourneur Auffray and Lewis 1901:
 who is this please Walta , and where does she fit in our tree 
Nov 17, 2015
Walta Lefler added 5 photos to album Unknown 1st Cousins of Celina Langlois from France
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Walta Lefler created a new album Unknown 1st Cousins of Celina Langlois from France
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Walta Lefler commented on the photo Ferdinand and Isabella with son Fred:
 THis is Alfred Desire Louis Langlois with wife Isabella and son Louis 
Nov 16, 2015
Sue Campbell-Bisson commented on the photo :
 Walta, I have the family grave for James FC and lots of fors of he and desirees family. 
Sue Campbell-Bisson tagged James Ferdinand Charles Langlois in 1 photos
 
Sue Campbell-Bisson tagged <Private> Langlois in 1 photos
 
Nov 11, 2015
C A Abernathy joined another family site: Reisert Web Site
Nov 07, 2015
C A Abernathy joined another family site: Thomas, Joseph A Web Site
Oct 10, 2015
DAVID LESLIE WILLIAMS joined another family site: de vuyst Web Site
Sep 16, 2015
DAVID LESLIE WILLIAMS joined another family site: Lako Web Site
Aug 18, 2015
Walta Lefler updated the details of <Private> LEFLER in family tree WELpartial
 
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Other:Gus Monnier (maternal grandfather)Cause of death 1918 flu pandemic (Spanish Flu)
Posted by: Walta Lefler on June 20 2010 18:08
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1918 Flu Pandemic

The 1918 flu pandemic (the Spanish Flu) was an influenza pandemic that spread widely across the world. Historical and epidemiological data are inadequate to identify the geographic origin. Most victims were healthy young adults, in contrast to most influenza outbreaks which predominantly affect juvenile, elderly, or weakened patients. The flu pandemic was implicated in the outbreak of encephalitis lethargica in the 1920s.

The pandemic lasted from March 1918 to June 1920, spreading even to the Arctic and remote Pacific islands. Between 50 and 100 million died, making it the deadliest natural disaster in human history...

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Genealogy:Found more on Langlois Family
Posted by: Walta Lefler on July 22 2008 01:30

On FamilySearch.org I have been working with a pilot program that has records from France Coutances Catholic Diocese. Today I found the name of the grandfather of Jacques Pierre Florent Langlois who was my greatgrandmother's father. I also found his death date. It has been interesting working on the site because I have found much information that I will be adding to our existing names and even some new names. Watch for more names to appear.

Walta

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