Catherine Gillet

F, n. vers 1535
Dernière mise à jour=19 mai 2008
     Catherine Gillet a épousé Gilles Charon. Catherine Gillet est née le vers 1535.

Famille: Gilles Charon n. v 1535

Pierre Pitre Martin

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Père*Louis Martin
Mère*Victoria Gagnon
Dernière mise à jour=28 sept 2011
     Pierre Pitre Martin était fils de Louis Martin et Victoria Gagnon. Pierre Pitre Martin a épousé Juliette Levesque, fille de Jean Levesque Johnny et Agnès Dufour, le 1 août 1921 à Chicoutimi, Qc, Can.

Famille: Juliette Levesque d. déc 1995

Juliette Levesque

F, d. décembre 1995
Père*Jean Levesque Johnny n. 4 sept 1871, d. 30 jan 1943
Mère*Agnès Dufour n. 19 déc 1874, d. 14 juin 1965
Dernière mise à jour=28 sept 2011
     Juliette Levesque était fille de Jean Levesque Johnny et Agnès Dufour. Juliette Levesque a épousé Pierre Pitre Martin, fils de Louis Martin et Victoria Gagnon, le 1 août 1921 à Chicoutimi, Qc, Can. Juliette Levesque est décédée le décembre 1995 à La Malbaie, Charlevoix, Qc, Can.

Famille: Pierre Pitre Martin

Jean Gely Dit Laverdure

M, n. 1636, d. 13 juin 1694
Père*Jean Gely n. 1610
Mère*Raymonde Robert n. 1614
Dernière mise à jour=10 avr 2018
     Jean Gely Dit Laverdure était Soldat du Régiment de Carignan
Gelly ou Jelly dit Laverdure, Jean :
Fils de Jean Gelly et de Raymonde Robert, de la paroisse Notre-Dame du bourg de Rabastens,81800, Tarn; Midi Pyrénées. Au recensement de 1667, il était célibataire et serviteur engagé chez Julien Jasmin établit à la côte Notre-Dame-des-Anges de Québec. Ce dû être après ce recensement, qu’il prit pour épouse, Ursule Turbar ou Thurbart, (Turbal pour Dumas) une fille du roi, le 19 octobre 1667 à Québec (Cont. 11, Not. Becquet), apportant des biens estimés à 300 livres. Elle était la fille de Jean et de Gabrielle Denis de Chaumont-en-Bassigny, 52000; Haute Marne; Champagne Ardenne, d’après le contrat de mariage, ou de la paroisse Saint-Séverin, 5ème arrondissement de Paris, Île-de-France, d’après l’acte de mariage. Cette fille était à Dieppe, le 17 juin 1667, où elle signa un acte de protestation avec d’autre filles du roi avant son départ pour le Canada. Au recensement de 1681, ce couple résidait à la Petite Auvergne à Charlesbourg. Il était âgé de 60 ans, son épouse, 32 ans et avait cinq enfants âgés de douze à trois ans. Il possédait une vache et quatre arpents de terre en valeur. Il décède entre le 20 janvier 1687 et le 31 mars 1689-90. (10 enfants)
Devenue veuve, elle prend pour second mari à l’Ancienne-Laurette vers 1689-1690, François Hubert, baptisé le 3 janvier 1644 en la paroisse St-Vincent de Le Lude, ar. La Flèche, évêché d’Anger, Anjou (Sarthe), fils de Pierre Hubert et de Françoise Morel. Ce nouveau couple s’établira sur la terre qui a appartenue à Jean Gelly à L’Ancienne Laurette. François Hubert décède avant le 26 janvier 1711. Ursule Turbar décède le 25 novembre 1739 et inhumé le lendemain à L’Ancienne-Lorette. (2 enfants)
Tang, 1, 262, 310; Jetté, p.483, 576; Dumas, p.340-341; Landry, p.374-375; Drouin, vol.1, p.564, 673, Note : Les parents de François Hubert inscrit chez Drouin et François Marchi, Généalogie Québec, ne correspondent pas aux parents inscrit au Fichier Origine; Jean-Marie Germe, OEDS, 1999, p.5; Sulte, Hist. 5, p.84(1); R.M. Le régiment de Carignan, p.107; DBAQ, t.2, p.334, 470; Langlois, p.515)
(François-Jacques Hubert et de Marie Lecompte, sont les parents indiqués chez Marchi et Drouin.) Il est né le 1636 à Notre-Dame-de-Rabasten, Languedoc, France. Il était fils de Jean Gely et Raymonde Robert. Jean Gely Dit Laverdure a immigré le 30 juin 1665 à Québec, Qc, Can; Départ de la Rochelle le 26/02/1664; à bord du Brézé; Départ de la Guadeloupe le 25/05/1665 ; Arrivée à Gaspé le 18/06/1665,
Il avait pris la mer le 26/02/1664 pour Madère, le Cap Vert, Cayenne, Martinique et Guadeloupe. l repart de la Guadeloupe après sa campagne fructueuse qui était de repousser les Anglais de ces territoires, le 25/05/1665 et arrive à Gaspé ou Percé le 18/06/1665. Ayant un tirant d'eau trop important, il débarque ses compagnies qui seront envoyés sur Québec à bord de deux petits navires louer par Tracy certainement Le Cat de Hollande et un des navires de pêche qui se trouvaient à cet endroit, puisqu'il est fait mention de ces navires dans les sources Relation et Registre. Ils rejoindrons Québec le 30 Juin. Il a épousé Ursule Trubard le 19 octobre 1667 à Québec, Qc, Can. Jean Gely Dit Laverdure est décédé le 13 juin 1694 à Ancienne Lorette, Qc, Can.

Famille: Ursule Trubard n. 1648

Ursule Trubard

F, n. 1648
Dernière mise à jour=10 avr 2018
     Ursule Trubard est née le 1648 à St-Sévérin, Paris, France. Elle a immigré le 10 juin 1667. Fille du Roy. Elle a épousé Jean Gely Dit Laverdure, fils de Jean Gely et Raymonde Robert, le 19 octobre 1667 à Québec, Qc, Can.

Famille: Jean Gely Dit Laverdure n. 1636, d. 13 juin 1694

Jean Gely

M, n. 1610
Dernière mise à jour=20 mai 2008
     Jean Gely a épousé Raymonde Robert. Jean Gely est né le 1610 à Abi, Languedoc, France.

Famille: Raymonde Robert n. 1614

Raymonde Robert

F, n. 1614
Dernière mise à jour=20 mai 2008
     Raymonde Robert a épousé Jean Gely. Raymonde Robert est née le 1614 à Albi, Languedoc, France.

Famille: Jean Gely n. 1610

Mose Langelier

M
Père*Moise Langelier n. 4 août 1811, d. 19 déc 1892
Mère*Emilie Julie Handeride n. 4 avr 1818, d. 12 avr 1895
Apparaît sur les tableaux
Sébastien Langelier
Dernière mise à jour=20 mai 2008
     Mose Langelier était fils de Moise Langelier et Emilie Julie Handeride. Mose Langelier est décédé à Watseka, Iroquois, IL, USA.

German women (?)

F
Dernière mise à jour=20 mai 2008

Alice Langelier

F
Père*Mose Langelier
Mère*German women (?)
Apparaît sur les tableaux
Sébastien Langelier
Dernière mise à jour=20 mai 2008
     Alice Langelier est fille de Mose Langelier et German women (?)

Roxanne Langelier

F
Père*Mose Langelier
Mère*German women (?)
Apparaît sur les tableaux
Sébastien Langelier
Dernière mise à jour=20 mai 2008
     Roxanne Langelier est fille de Mose Langelier et German women (?)

Dorothy Langelier

F
Père*Mose Langelier
Mère*German women (?)
Apparaît sur les tableaux
Sébastien Langelier
Dernière mise à jour=20 mai 2008
     Dorothy Langelier est fille de Mose Langelier et German women (?)

Unknown Haselton

M
Dernière mise à jour=9 avr 2018

Famille: Victoria Langelier n. 23 mars 1846, d. 21 déc 1933

Anne Fortier

F
Dernière mise à jour=22 sept 2014

Wendell Nourie

M
Père*Alphonse J. Nourie n. 1879, d. 1942
Mère*Laura Anna Langellier n. 9 juil 1879, d. 1957
Apparaît sur les tableaux
Sébastien Langelier
Dernière mise à jour=21 mai 2008
     Wendell Nourie est fils de Alphonse J. Nourie et Laura Anna Langellier.

Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo

M, n. 1792, d. 1865
Père*François Langelier n. 17 sept 1751
Mère*Magdeleine Gervais n. a 1765
Apparaît sur les tableaux
Sébastien Langelier
Dernière mise à jour=12 mai 2020
     Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo RootsWeb Message Boards - Message [ Frank George Loungley ] http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=printmessage&r=rw&p=surnam...
1 of 2 11/19/03 4:32 PM
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URL: http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=message&r=rw&p=surnames.langelier&m=12.57.67
Subject: Frank George Loungley
Author: Patricia calhoun
Date: 07 May 2001 3:33 AM GMT
Email:
Hi Mary,
Our Family Tree shows the following:
Jean Baptiste Langelier (John Layo)b/1792
1st wife was Elizabeth (Betsy Bashey (poss. Boucher)
Known children of this marriage were:
Francis Layo b/18 aug 1825 d/26 May 1898
John B Layo b/12 nov 1827 d/10 march 1828
Margaret Adelaide Layo b/? d/24 sept 1832
William George (used name of George)Layo b/25 March 1832 d/1894 (this is my line)
William Layo b/4 jan 1834 d/2 april 1918
Sarah Adeline Layo b/23 sept 1835 d/?
Sarah Layo b/28 dec 1837 d/aug 1839
Julia Layo b/1837 d/?
Daniel Layo b/17 feb 1840 d/?
I believe most of these children were born on Barnhart Island, Massena NY, and have dates of baptisms
on most of them at Trinity Church, Cornwall Island.
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Jean Baptist (John Layo) married a 2nd time to: Julia Ann Carbino
Children of this marriage:
1. Levious/Louis Layo
bp. 30 march 1845 d/sept 1847
2. Elizabeth (Betsy)Layo
b23 Mar 1847 d/19 feb 1913
3. Mary Ann Layo
b/16 april 1849 d/ ?
4. David Layo
b/1853 d/?
5. Adam Layo
b/1857 d/?
Do not show place of birth on these children, but do show children 1 through 3, as being baptized at St
Peters Church, Massena...
...........
RootsWeb Message Boards - Message [ Frank George Loungley ] http://boards.ancestry.com/mbexec?htx=printmessage&r=rw&p=surnam...
2 of 2 11/19/03 4:32 PM
Known spelling changes to Langelier are: Layo,Leao,Layaw....
Look forward to hearing from you. Also, you can email me direct at faycal@gisco.net. Il est né le 1792. Il était fils de François Langelier et Magdeleine Gervais. Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo a épousé Élisabeth Betsey Boucher Bashey le 1824 à Cornwall, Stormont, On, Can.1 Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo a épousé Julia Ann Carbino, fille de François Charles Carbino et Angélique St-Jean, le 1844 à Massena, St-Lawrence County, NY, USA. Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo est décédé le 1865.

Famille 1: Élisabeth Betsey Boucher Bashey n. 1800, d. 1845

Famille 2: Julia Ann Carbino n. 1816, d. 1885

Élisabeth Betsey Boucher Bashey

F, n. 1800, d. 1845
Dernière mise à jour=12 mai 2020
     Élisabeth Betsey Boucher Bashey est née le 1800 à Qc, Can. Elle a épousé Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo, fils de François Langelier et Magdeleine Gervais, le 1824 à Cornwall, Stormont, On, Can.1 Élisabeth Betsey Boucher Bashey est décédée le 1845.2

Famille: Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo n. 1792, d. 1865

William Layo

M, n. 4 janvier 1834, d. 2 avril 1918
Père*Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo n. 1792, d. 1865
Mère*Élisabeth Betsey Boucher Bashey n. 1800, d. 1845
Apparaît sur les tableaux
Sébastien Langelier
Dernière mise à jour=14 avr 2018
     William Layo est né le 4 janvier 1834 à Cornwall, On, Can. Il était fils de Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo et Élisabeth Betsey Boucher Bashey. William Layo Persons who served in the Army, Navy and Marine Corps of the United States during the war of the rebellion
(who are survivors) and widows of such persons in
Name of town: Massena
County of: St. Lawrence
State of: New York

#33 le entre novembre 1862 et juin 1865.1 Il a épousé Julia Ann Carbino, fille de François Charles Carbino et Angélique St-Jean, le vers 1865. William Layo a épousé Anna McPherson le entre 1886 et 1889. William Layo a épousé Jane Simser, fille de Nocholes Simser et Mariah Gray, le vers 1893. William Layo I found a William Leao in the 1900 census of Massena. He is living with his wife Jane and daughter Anna. William was born Jan. 1833 in New York. He lives next to a Haskell family. William is 67, married 8 years. His occupation is capitalist. John Simser lives on the other side of William Leao. One house down are David and Almeda Leao. David is 44 years old, so he could be William's son. le 1900. Il figurait sur le recensement du 1910 à Massena, St-Lawrence County, NY, USA.2 Il William Leao swore an affadavit for Alexander Maccue on the 23 May 1913 in Massena, NY. He was 79 years of age at the time. le 23 mai 1913. Il est décédé le 2 avril 1918 à Massena, St-Lawrence County, NY, USA, à l'âge de 84 ans.

Famille 1: Julia Ann Carbino n. 1816, d. 1885

Il a épousé Julia Ann Carbino, fille de François Charles Carbino et Angélique St-Jean, le vers 1865.

Famille 2: Anna McPherson n. 1853, d. v 1889

William Layo a épousé Anna McPherson le entre 1886 et 1889.

Famille 3: Jane Simser n. 1855, d. a 1910

William Layo a épousé Jane Simser, fille de Nocholes Simser et Mariah Gray, le vers 1893.

Références

  1. [S67] , http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~stlawgen/…
  2. [S37] , Census
    Township:     Massena     Series:     T624     Image:     36
    County:     Saint Lawrence     Sheet:     15-B          
    State:     New York     Family:     298          
    Date:     1910     Line:     51.     

François Charles Carbino

M
Dernière mise à jour=9 avr 2018
     François Charles Carbino From the records of St. Regis Mission at St. Regis, Quebec, I found the following baptism.

Richardeau, Angelique, daughter of Francois Richardeau & of Marie Josephte Martin dit St. Jean, of Mille Roches Island, born 21st of March, baptised 10 May 1807. SPONSORS: Charles Carbonneau & Angelique Martin dit St. Jean. Il a épousé Angélique St-Jean.

Famille: Angélique St-Jean

Angélique St-Jean

F
Dernière mise à jour=22 mai 2008
     Angélique St-Jean a épousé François Charles Carbino. Angélique St-Jean From the records of St. Regis Mission at St. Regis, Quebec, I found the following baptism.

Richardeau, Angelique, daughter of Francois Richardeau & of Marie Josephte Martin dit St. Jean, of Mille Roches Island, born 21st of March, baptised 10 May 1807. SPONSORS: Charles Carbonneau & Angelique Martin dit St. Jean.

Famille: François Charles Carbino

Hypolithe Paul Mathieu Mccue

M, d. avant 1849
Dernière mise à jour=22 mai 2008
     Hypolithe Paul Mathieu Mccue a épousé Julia Ann Carbino, fille de François Charles Carbino et Angélique St-Jean. Hypolithe Paul Mathieu Mccue est décédé le avant 1849.

Famille: Julia Ann Carbino n. 1816, d. 1885

Julia MacUe

F, n. 13 avril 1838, d. 13 avril 1897
Père*Hypolithe Paul Mathieu Mccue d. a 1849
Mère*Julia Ann Carbino n. 1816, d. 1885
Dernière mise à jour=13 avr 2018
     Julia MacUe The records of St. John's Episcopal church show Mrs. Julia Carbino, age 60 yrs, B.C.C. Residence Massena, NY. Died April 13, 1897 of Abscesses of Bowels. She was buried Thursday, April 16 1897 in Reed Cemetery, Massena. C.E. Mackenzie, Clergyman. Record # 165 Page 216 Vol 2.

This information was also provided by Theresa Sharpe, Massena Town Historian from the records of Reed Cemetery in Massena, NY. -------------------------------------------------

The Northern Observer, Massena, NY, April 15, 1897, page 4, Column 3 DIED CARBINO - At Massena Centre Tuesday April 13, Mrs. William Carbino, aged 59 years. Elle a épousé William Carbino, fils de Charles Francis Carbino et Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise. Julia MacUe est née le 13 avril 1838 à Massena, St-Lawence County, NY, USA. Elle était fille de Hypolithe Paul Mathieu Mccue et Julia Ann Carbino. Julia MacUe est décédée le 13 avril 1897 à Massena, St-Lawrence County, NY, USA, à l'âge de 59 ans. Of abcess of brain or ulcer of stomach. Elle figurait sur le recensement du 1900. Census says she was French Canadian.1

Famille: William Carbino n. 8 août 1829, d. 11 fév 1904

Références

  1. [S70] ,.

William Carbino

M, n. 8 août 1829, d. 11 février 1904
Père*Charles Francis Carbino n. 1 avr 1806, d. a 1870
Mère*Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise n. v nov 1802, d. 8 mars 1896
Dernière mise à jour=12 avr 2018
     William Carbino I found A William Carbnow in the Civil War Rosters. He is listed with Alexander Carbnow and Henry Carbnow. They all enrolled on the same day, 14 Nov., 1861 at Potsdam, NY. They were in 92nd Infantry, Company C (Captain C.A. Burnam). They were all enrolled as Privates. These rosters are in "History of St. Lawrence County, New York" published by L.H. Everts & Company in 1878. There is a reprint of this book on my bookshelf. I sent to the National Archives for the Civil War records of this William Carbino. It is not the same one. That one never married.

From the Alien Books at the St. Lawrence County Courthouse, Canton, NY
Information provided by Gerry Martin

Page C, Date 1876
William Carbino, born in Canada, age 47, Nation and Allegiance-Great Brit.. Occupation - Laborer, Intended Residence - Massena. Emigrated From Canada. Arrived 1869. Date of Report 1876, Sept 12. When Admitted - 1880, Sept27. The next entry in the alien book is Charles Carbino, William's father. They were admitted the same day.

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William Carbino was enumerated in the 1880 census of Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY.

The cemetery record of Reed Cemetery provided by Theresa Sharp, Massena Town Historian, says he was in the Civil War.

In the 1900 census of Massena, I found a William Carbino, F-in-law, born Feb 1838, age 62, widowed, born in Canada, English as were both his parents. He is living in the household of a Charles Joy family. The wife is Sarah, born Jan. 1850, age 50. The ages don't make sense, and neither does the name Joy. The handwriting for the William Carbino entry is different from that for the Joy family. I think the enumerator entered the Carbino information on the wrong page of the census. There is another entry for William Carbino with the John and Sarah Revier family. A line is drawn from this entry to the margin of the page and the notation Line 8 is written. Line 8 is where the incorrect entry is.

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The Massena Observer, February 18, 1904, page 5

William Carbino, for many years a resident of Massena, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Revier, near Massena Springs, last Thursday, aged 76 years. The funeral was held Friday from the home of his daughter, Rev. S.S. Cobb, pastor of the M.E. church, officiating. Interment in the Reed cemetery. He is survived by several children, also brothers and sisters.
Il a épousé Julia MacUe, fille de Hypolithe Paul Mathieu Mccue et Julia Ann Carbino. William Carbino est né le 8 août 1829 à Sheik's Island (Raymond Island), Cornwall, On, Can. Il était fils de Charles Francis Carbino et Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise. William Carbino a émigré le vers 1859 de USA; to the US Abt 1859 Canada. Il est décédé le 11 février 1904 à near Massena Springs of consumption, Massena, St-Lawence County, NY, USA, à l'âge de 74 ans. From LDS records, transcribed on 4-11-2002, Paper Records, Large red notebook of Articles, obits, and marriages from Massena newspapers.

Article dated 18 Feb 1904
William Carbino age 76 died last Thursday (Feb 11, 1904, at Massena Springs at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John (Sarah) Revier. He is survived by several children, brothers and sisters. Burial in Reed Cemetery.

Famille: Julia MacUe n. 13 avr 1838, d. 13 avr 1897

Charles Francis Carbino

M, n. 1 avril 1806, d. avant 1870
Père*François Charles Carbino
Mère*Angélique St-Jean
Dernière mise à jour=11 avr 2018
     Charles Francis Carbino PASSING OF CIVIL WAR VETERAN

Massena dispatch:- George Carbino, 85, Civil war veteran, died about 4 p.m. Friday, at his home, 108 North Main Street, this village. He had been in declining health for the last several years. Death was due to the infirmities of old age.

He was born on Barnhart Island, St. Lawrence river, opposite Massena, on May 19, 1846, son of Charles and Mary Fromboys Carbino. At the age of 14 he came to Massena with his parents to reside.

When volunteers were sought for the Union forces, five boys in the family of 14 children were eligible for enlistment. All joined up and went to war. Charles, jr. was killed in service, but the remaining four brothers served throughout the war and returned home. George was 16 years old when he joined the army. The four brothers to return from the war were: Levious, Levi, Alexander and George. Levious died about 12 years ago in Massena and Levi died about four years ago.

Alexander is a twin brother of George, and resides in Finch, Ont.

Soon after the war George Carbino married Miss Ida M. DeClair, at Massena. He spent the remainder of his life in this village. He was a carpenter by trade.

Besides his widow, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Augustus Frotz, Niagara Falls; Mrs. William McCarthy, New York city; three sons, Theron, Samuel, Orlie, Massena; one sister, Mrs. Eliza Blair, Massena; one brother, Alexander, Finch, Ont; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

The funeral was held from the home on Monday, with Rev. Percy B. Dolling, pastor of the Adventist Church, officiating. Burial was made in the old Congregational cemetery in Andrew's Street.George Carbino was discharged on January 18, 1866, after serving a year. His discharge papers were made out at Harper's Ferry. The war ended a short time after he enlisted. Alexander Carbino served a longer period in the cause of the North and was in several important battles. He enlisted in the cavalry.

George and Alexander Carbino are not in very good health at the present time. George suffered a shock two years ago last November and has not been able to get very far from his home since. Every morning, however, he walks a block with the assistance of Mrs. Carbino. Alexander Carbino usually makes several visits to Massena every year to visit his twin brother. He came last fall for a short visit.

George and Alexander Carbino were invited by the Massena Post, American Legion, last Monday. It is quite possible that both may be able to attend.

Decoration day will recall many memories to these men who served the North. Alexander Carbino will have less cheerful thoughts for one of his sons, Clarence Carbino, was killed in the World War. Theron Carbino, a son of George Carbino, also enlisted in the World War. He is now employed at the mica plant.

Transcribed by Lyall Manson
Coordinator, Veterans of the American Civil War
http://www.rootsweb.com/~onstormo/docs/civil_war.htm Abbrev: Gravestone
Title: Gravestone
Page: Pine Grove Cemetery, Beach St., Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY
Quality: 3
Text: Mary Carbino
1802-1896

This grave is in the same lot as Eliza Jane Carbino Blair and other Blair graves. Media: ancestry.com
Abbrev: Census 1880 Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY
Title: Census 1880 Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY
Page: Family History Library Film 1254925, NA Film T9-0925, Page 402A
Quality: 2 Media: ancestry.com
Abbrev: Census 1860 Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY
Title: Census 1860 Massena, St. Lawrence County, NY
Page: Handwritten page 120, 17 August 1860, photocopy of page
Quality: 2 Media: Photocopy
Abbrev: St. John's Episcopal Church, Massena, St. Lawrence, NY
Title: St. John's Episcopal Church, Massena, St. Lawrence, NY
Publication: Photocopies of original record book pages.
Page: Record of Families, 1874, Page 27
Quality: 3 Media: online
Abbrev: Rootsweb.com message boards
Title: Rootsweb.com message boards
Publication: Stormont county GenWeb - Veterans of the American Civil War
Page: http://www.rootsweb.com/~onstormo/docs/civil_war.htm
Text: The Standard, Cornwall, ON, June 4, 1931
FINCH MAN VETERAN OF CIVIL WAR
George and Alexander Carbino are probably oldest pair of Twins living who served for North. (Massena Observer) Twin brothers, the oldest pair in this section and quite probably the oldest twins living today who served for the cause of the North in the Civil War, were invited to take part in the Decoration day services which were held in Massena last Saturday morning.

George Carbino, 23 Martin street, and Alexander Carbino, of Finch, Ont., celebrated the 85th year of their birth on Tuesday of last week, May 19th.

They were born on Barnhart's Island on May 19, 1846, and lived on the island until they were 14 years old, when they came to Massena with their parents. There were 14 children in the Carbino family, all of whom are now dead excepting George, Alexander and Mrs. Eliza Blair, 58 North Main street. The 14 children included two pairs of twins. Media: Newspaperclippine
Abbrev: Carbino, Levius, obituary
Title: Carbino, Levius, obituary
Publication: The Massena Observer, Massena, St. Lawrence Co., NY, May 11, 1911 page 5. Located through the research of Pauline Deshaies.
Text: The Massena Observer, May 11, 1911 page 5
LEVIUS CARBINO

Levius Carbino an old resident of this village, died at his home on North Main street Tuesday afternoon after an illness lasting since February 12 last, when he was stricken with apoplexy and had since been in bed helpless. The funeral will be held this (Thursday) afternoon from the home at two o'clock and from the Advent church at half-past tow o'clock. The interment will be in Pine Grove cemetery.

Levius Carbino was born on Sheik's Island, just above Cornwall, February 23, 1842, and was one of a large family. His parents moved to Louisville when he was young and settled near Shepard's corners. During the Civil War he enlisted in Company A., 92nd N.Y. Vols., and served three years and six months, being twice wounded. In 1868 he married Miss Mary Ann Layo, of Massena, and their home has always been on North Main street in this village where he died. Beside his wife he is survived by one son, David Carbino, and one daughter, Mrs. Electa Lalone, also three brothers, Levi, George and Alexander Carbino, of Massena and four sisters, Mrs. Mary Ryan, Mrs. Eliza Blair and Mrs. Charles Martin, of Massena, and Mrs. Caroline Eastman of Parishville. Il From Pauline Deshaies, email letter of June 23, 2005
I must have given this to you before when working on the Carbino. The 1829 census of Cornwall has Charles Carbinneau 1 male under 16 yrs, 1 female under 16 and 1 male and 1 female over 16. They were listed in the section that would be Sheek's Island as several Raymond families are listed and that is where they lived. This would be a young couple with only the 2 children.
From the Alien Books at the St. Lawrence County Courthouse, Canton, NY
Located by Gerry Martin

Page C, Year 1876

Charles Carbino, born in Canada, age 71, Nation and Allegiance-Great Brit. Occupation-Laborer, Intended Residence-Massena, Emigrated from Canada. Arrived 1858. Date of report - 1876, Sept. 12. When admitted - 1880, Sept. 27. Il est né le 1 avril 1806 à Milles Roches, On, Can. Il était fils de François Charles Carbino et Angélique St-Jean. Charles Francis Carbino a épousé Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise, fille de Antoine Devoyou Laframbroise et Marie Hélène Simard, le 12 février 1827 à Trinity Anglican Church, Cornwall, Stormont, On, Can. This couple had two sets of twins.

In the obituary of their son, Levius Carbino, it says "His parents moved to Louisville (NY) when he was young and settled near Shepard's corners." Charles Francis Carbino est décédé le avant 1870.

Famille: Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise n. v nov 1802, d. 8 mars 1896

Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise

F, n. vers novembre 1802, d. 8 mars 1896
Père*Antoine Devoyou Laframbroise
Mère*Marie Hélène Simard
Dernière mise à jour=11 avr 2018
     Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise est née le vers novembre 1802. Elle était fille de Antoine Devoyou Laframbroise et Marie Hélène Simard. Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise a épousé Charles Francis Carbino, fils de François Charles Carbino et Angélique St-Jean, le 12 février 1827 à Trinity Anglican Church, Cornwall, Stormont, On, Can. This couple had two sets of twins.

In the obituary of their son, Levius Carbino, it says "His parents moved to Louisville (NY) when he was young and settled near Shepard's corners." Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise est décédée le 8 mars 1896 à Massena, St-Lawence County, NY, USA.

Famille: Charles Francis Carbino n. 1 avr 1806, d. a 1870

Alexander Mathieu Mccue

M, n. 19 octobre 1839, d. 29 mai 1917
Père*Hypolithe Paul Mathieu Mccue d. a 1849
Mère*Julia Ann Carbino n. 1816, d. 1885
Dernière mise à jour=14 avr 2018
     Alexander Mathieu Mccue At the time of his enlistment in the Civil War in April of 1863, Alexander McCue was described as 5 feet 5 inches; complexion light; gray eyes; brown hair; occupation farmer.

Mrs. Levius Carbino (Mary Ann) is a half sister to this Alexander Maccue. Alick McQue was enumerated in the 1880 census of Massena, age 39, employed as a teamster, living with his wife, Adeline and children Laura, Lyman, Ida, Harvey, Carrie and Joseph.

Alexander's name on his gravestone is spelled Maccue. Il est né le 19 octobre 1839 à Massena, St-Lawence County, NY, USA. Il était fils de Hypolithe Paul Mathieu Mccue et Julia Ann Carbino. Alexander Mathieu Mccue a épousé Adaline Carbino, fille de Charles Francis Carbino et Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise, le 15 juillet 1858 à Massena, St-Lawence County, NY, USA. Alexander Mathieu Mccue était teamster en 1880 à Massena, St-Lawence County, NY, USA.1 Il est décédé le 29 mai 1917 à Massena, St-Lawence County, NY, USA, à l'âge de 77 ans. Media: Library
Abbrev: LDS Family History Library, Castle Dr., Potsdam, NY
Title: LDS Family History Library, Castle Dr., Potsdam, NY
Page: Red Notebook, Massena Newspaper Articles, 31 May 1917
Quality: 2
Text: Died - Alexander Maccue, Tuesday at son Lawrence's home. He was born 19 Oct 1840 at Massena. At age 18 he married Adeline Carbino who died 23 years ago. He is survived by 3 sons, Lawrence, Joseph, and Edson, 3 daughters, Mrs. H.B. Winters, Mrs. Elmer Fuller and Mrs. John Blakely, a half brother, David Layo, and a half sister, Mrs. Levius Carbino.

Famille: Adaline Carbino n. 2 avr 1834, d. 2 mars 1895

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Adaline Carbino

F, n. 2 avril 1834, d. 2 mars 1895
Père*Charles Francis Carbino n. 1 avr 1806, d. a 1870
Mère*Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise n. v nov 1802, d. 8 mars 1896
Dernière mise à jour=22 mai 2008
     Adaline Carbino Alexander's Civil War Pension file states that he and his wife Adaline McCue Carbino, were married July 15, 1858 in Massena by Zenas Beech. Another page in the same file says they were married on Aug. 15, 1858 by Enow Beach, Justice of the Peace.

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Alexander Mcue age 20, and Adeline age 23 appeared in the 1860 census of Massena with their daughter Laura age 1. Alexander was born in New York, Adeline in Canada, Laura in New York. Alexander was a day laborer. He could read and write but his wife Adeline could not. Elle est née le 2 avril 1834 à Can. Elle était fille de Charles Francis Carbino et Marie Jane Elisabeth Berry Devoyou Laframbroise. Adaline Carbino a épousé Alexander Mathieu Mccue, fils de Hypolithe Paul Mathieu Mccue et Julia Ann Carbino, le 15 juillet 1858 à Massena, St-Lawence County, NY, USA. Adaline Carbino est décédée le 2 mars 1895 à l'âge de 60 ans.

Famille: Alexander Mathieu Mccue n. 19 oct 1839, d. 29 mai 1917

Antoine Devoyou Laframbroise

M
Dernière mise à jour=22 mai 2008
     Antoine Devoyou Laframbroise a épousé Marie Hélène Simard le 11 septembre 1808.

Marie Hélène Simard

F
Dernière mise à jour=22 mai 2008
     Marie Hélène Simard a épousé Antoine Devoyou Laframbroise le 11 septembre 1808.

Levius Layo

M, n. 30 mars 1845, d. septembre 1847
Père*Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo n. 1792, d. 1865
Mère*Julia Ann Carbino n. 1816, d. 1885
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Sébastien Langelier
Dernière mise à jour=3 déc 2015
     Levius Layo est né le 30 mars 1845. Il était fils de Jean Baptiste Langelier Layo et Julia Ann Carbino. Levius Layo est décédé le septembre 1847 à l'âge de 2 ans.