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151 mn 1910 census - adopted parents of hector galarneau age 15yrs Sammon, Frank A (I0042)
152 MN birth girl Fornel 17 Jun 1894 mpls father Frank 40 yrs mother Ida 35 yrs both sweden Fornell, Ruth (I0085)
153 MN Death record : 16 Oct 1919 Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota
Birth Date 07 Jun 1895
Birthplace Butte, Mont.
Occupation Chauffer
Father's Name John B. Galarneau
Father's Birthplace Hull/Ontario
Mother's Name Bridget Dunleavey
Mother's Birthplace Ireland
addressd 620-25th Ave. N. Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota
Galarneau, Richard Anthony (I0048)
154 Mother Anna Sofia Johannisdotter was 29 yrs father Johan Linderholm Linderholm, Frans August (Frank) (I0545)
155 mother maidens Carroll Graven, Theodore Joseph (I0020)
156 mother's maiden Carroll Graven, Alma Charlotte (I0016)
157 mother's maiden Tillery McWilliams, John (I0017)
158 mother's maiden Tracy Carroll, Agnes (I0082)
159 Note importante au sujet des parents de Joseph (Antoine) Galarneau :
Ici survient la seule entrée qui demeure encore douteuse dans la généalogie de la lignée ascendante de Paul-Émile Galarneau.
Au mariage de Joseph Galarneau et d'Angélique Chicot le 04 Feb 1822 à Rivière-des-Prairies, Montréal, Québec, Canada, les parents de Joseph sont inscrits comme étant Joseph Galarneau et M. Josephte Abraham, de Terrebonne, mais je n'ai jamais trouvé de trace d'un mariage comprenant les noms de ces derniers. Martin Galarneau, frère de Joseph était témoin de ce mariage.
Cependant, un Joseph Galarneau a marié une M. Josephte Parent à Ste-Rose (Laval) le 2 octobre 1795. Les parents de M. Josephte Parent sont F (feu) Abraham Parent et M. Labonté.
Les prénoms des mariés étant les mêmes que les parents du premier Joseph Galarneau, la région de leur mariage étant la même que l'origine des parents de Josephte Abraham, le prénom "Abraham" étant celui du père de M. Josephte Parent et l'année du mariage de Joseph Galarneau et de M. Josephte Parent étant compatible avec l'année possible du mariage des parents de Joseph Galarneau et d'Angélique Chicot, j'en ai déduit que M. Josephte Abraham et M. Josephte Parent étaient la même personne.
Autre évidences :
-Le décès de Marie-Josephe Parent est survenu le 8 Avril 1824 à Terrebonne (Saint-Louis-de-France), Québec, Canada. Joseph Galarneau, veuf de Josephe Abraham, s'est marié à Geneviève Taillon le 23 août de la même année du décès de M-J Parent à Terrebonne (Saint-Louis-de-France), Québec, Canada. Les dates sont compatibles avec mon hypothèse
-Au baptême de M. Emilie Galarneau (08 Juin 1816, à Terrebonne, Québec, Canada), fille de Joseph Galarneau et de Marie Abraham, le parrain est Joseph Galarneau, frère de l'enfant. Or, aucun enfant baptisé de ce couple ne se prénomme Joseph ni n'aurait l'âge d'être parrain. Par contre, Joseph Galarneau, fils de Joseph Galarneau et de Josephte Parent et né en 1797 [baptisé le 17 Mar 1797 à Laval (St-Vincent-de-Paul-de-l'Île-Jésus), Québec, Canada], pourrait bien être le parrain d'Émilie.
-Au mariage de Jacques Gravelle et de Marie-Josephe Galarneau, [24 juin 1817 à Terrebonne (Saint-Louis-de-France), Québec, Canada], âgée de 21 ans, les parents de la mariée sont Joseph Galarneau et Josephte Abraham. La mariée pourrait être Marie-Josephe Galarneau, baptisée le 6 novembre 1795 à Laval (St-Vincent-de-Paul-de-l'Île-Jésus), Québec, Canada et fille de Joseph Galarneau et de Josephte Parent. Son frère Martin était témoin de son mariage.
-Au mariage de Martin Galarneau et d'Angélique Gauthier (7 février 1825 à Rivière des Prairies, Québec, Canada), les parents du marié sont Joseph Galarneau et Josephte Abraham. Le marié pourrait être Martin Galarneau, fils de Joseph Galarneau et de Josephte Parent. Son frère Joseph était d�ailleurs témoin de son mariage. 
Galarneau, Joseph (I1492)
160 Obituary

Birth: Mar. 26, 1915
Meeker County
Minnesota, USA
Death: Aug. 1, 2014
Lake of the Woods County
Minnesota, USA

A Funeral Service for Ruth E. Fogelstrom of Baudette, MN will be held on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 at 1:00 PM at First Congregational Church of Baudette, MN. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 from 5-7 PM at Helgeson Funeral Home in Baudette, MN. Interment will be held at Elm Park Cemetery in Baudette.

Ruth Fogelstrom passed away on Friday, August 1, 2014 at the LakeWood Care Center in Baudette, MN at the age of 99.

Ruth was born on March 26, 1915 in Litchfield, MN to Albert and Laura Galarneau. At the age of 12, she was adopted into a farm family in Litchfield and graduated from high school there. She lived on the farm until 1939, when she and Ray Fogelstrom were married in 1939. After farming several years with Ray’s parents, they moved to Minneapolis where Ray was employed a large grocery chain. The later moved to Columbia Heights, MN where they operated a small grocery store. In 1943, when Ray served in the military, Ruth and the children lived in Staples, MN until 1945. After farming in Nevada, IA for 12 years, they moved to Baudette, MN to be closer to family.

She was a member of the First Congregational Church and enjoyed serving there for many years. She also spent time gardening, watching baseball, knitting, and baking for her family.

She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, Ray; daughters, Donna Gohman and Carol Scharfenkamp; three sisters and a brother.  
Galarneau, Ruth Eileen (I385)
161 Obituary

Birth: May 10, 1916
Rice County
Minnesota, USA
Death: Dec. 28, 2007
Winona County
Minnesota, USA

Edith H. Richey, age 91, of Winona, formerly of Litchfield, died on Friday, Dec. 28, 2007, at Saint Anne Hospice.

Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. on Jan. 3, 2008, at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church with Pastor Paul Lindhorst officiating. Visitation will be held two hours prior to the services at the church. Interment will be held in the Lake Ripley Cemetery.

Edith Hazel Richey, the daughter of Albert and Laura (Chamberlain) Galarneau, was born on May 10, 1916, in Faribault, Minn. She grew up and received her education in the Litchfield area. On Sept. 10, 1935, she was united in marriage to Harland Richey. They engaged in farming in the Litchfield and Watkins area for a few years before moving into Litchfield. In the mid 1960s they moved to the Brainerd area. After Harland's health failed they moved to Winona in 2001. Edith was a member of the St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Litchfield. She enjoyed fishing, camping and dancing with Harland. She also enjoyed painting and music. She was very handy with her needle work and would often crochet elaborate designs without a pattern.

She is survived by her children, David (Margaret) Richey of St. Louis Park and Janice (Arnold) Dufseth of Rolling Stone, Minn.; grandchildren James (Kris) Dufseth, Jessica (Jeff) Hosch and Jeff (fiancee Lisa Thorn) Dufseth; great-grandchildren Morgen, Isabella and Cody. She is also survived by her sisters, Ruth Fogelstrom of Baudette, Marion Bengston of Sarasota, Fla., and Virginia Prieve of Litchfield. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Harland in 2002, son Alfred, brother Bob Galarneau and sister, Margaret Sims.  
Galarneau, Edith Hazel (I388)
162 occupation chauffer died 24 yrs Galarneau, Richard Anthony (I0048)
163 Occupation Domestique des Jesuites first record at 9 yrs 1652 in New France Galarneau, Jacques (I0153)
164 Occupation tanner Galarneau, Charles (I1134)
165 ontario births show parents jean baptiste galarneau and mary dunlevy 12-23-1888 Galarneau, Joseph (Joseph Alexandre) (I0087)
166 Ontario Births, 1869-1912- Joseph Albert Galarneau born 22 Apr 1891 Ottawa, Carleton, Ontario - father Jean Baptiste Galarneau mother Marie Dunberg Galarneau, Albert (Joseph Albert) (I0088)
167 quebec 1861 census has frs x galerneau 50 yrs b 1811 living l'Assomption, L'Assomption, Quebec birthplace B. C. L'assomption married on pg 43 Galarneau, Francois (I0054)
168 quebec census 1871 married 64 yrs born 1807 birthplace quecbec living 04, Hull b, Ottawa West 93, Quebec children paul 18, mary 14, john 3 (pg 92 0f record) shows name as france galerneau Galarneau, Francois (I0054)
169 shows age 24 at birth of ida Johansdotter, Anna Sofia (I0078)
170 shows died at 18 yrs buried at lakewood Fornell, Effie (I0076)
171 shows frank fornell father and ida lindholm mother for death record but ida marie for birth and no first name Fornell, Rose (I0074)
172 shows hector galarneau age 15yrs in census Source (S0006)
173 Son of Johaann Joost Schloszer and Margareth Frey. Peter arrived in Philadelphia 30 Sep 1732 on the ship Dragon, accompanied by his brother Leonhardt. He took the oath of allegiance on 30 Sep 1738. Pennsylvania German Pioneers, Vol I. Peter and Maria married in 1735 in Lebanon Co., Pennsylvania or possibly 1738 in Berke Co. Pennsylvania. Schloszer, Peter (I583)
174 ssi death record shows mother's maiden Tracy Carroll, Charlotte Frances (I0019)
175 SSI record death April 1976 shows birth MN 18 January 1916  Swan, Donald (I0022)
176 State Historical Society helps solve 32-year-old mystery
Published: Friday, August 19th, 2011

Researchers with the South Dakota State Historical Society recently played a key role in solving a 32-year-old mystery involving the death of a Civil War veteran.

In 1979, a home in Warner owned at the time by Gerold Zumbaum, was raised from its foundation, revealing an 1893 marble headstone issued by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and inscribed “SERGT. J.F. KINNA, CO.C., 12OHIO.CAV.” The stone made its way to a basement where it stayed for the next 32 years. Eventually Brown County Centennial Village in Aberdeen became caretakers of the stone, where it was later included in their mock cemetery.

Through the years, questions about the stone remained unanswered, such as: Who was this Sgt J.F. Kinna that served in the Ohio Cavalry during the Civil War? If not buried in Aberdeen, where was this soldier’s grave?

Some Aberdeen-area veterans heard of the stone and felt it would be better to place the stone at the originally intended gravesite. After exhausting local resources, they contacted the State Historical Society-Archives at the Cultural Heritage Center in Pierre. It is at this time that Virginia Hanson and Lori Carpenter became involved in the search. After an extensive search of the State Archives’ diverse resources, Kinna’s life story began to emerge.

Hanson, the primary researcher, first looked for information about Kinna in WPA cemetery records, where she found out his full name was Jacob Franklin Kinna, and he was buried in Yankton. From there she went to the society’s microfilm newspaper collection and was able to find articles about Kinna’s death in 1893. Hanson also utilized census records, Civil War records and land records to piece together Kinna’s story. Carpenter conducted several personal interviews.

“It’s one of the more interesting research projects I’ve been involved with,” Hanson said. “There’s more to the story than just finding his burial location. Here is a man who is part of our history. This is saving South Dakota history.”

On Saturday, Sept. 10, at Yankton Cemetery in Yankton, the once forgotten stone will at last mark the site of Kinna’s remains. Military Honor Guards are expected to attend the installation of the stone for this Civil War soldier.

Born in 1840 at Virginia to Catherine and Samuel Kinna, Jacob Franklin Kinna grew to manhood in Maryland. By the age of 20, Kinna accepted employment as a wagon master at Jackson, Md. On Oct. 23, 1863, Kinna resided in Ohio where he enlisted into Company C, 12th regiment, Ohio Cavalry division as a Corporal for the Union Army. His unit remained at Camp Chase until February 1864. The company received orders sending them to Nashville on March 31, 1864. During the War of the Rebellion, Kinna and Company C saw action at Mount Sterling, Ky.; Bristol, Tenn., and Dallas, N.C. His war service ended at Nashville, Tenn., on Nov. 14, 1865.

By 1870, Jacob had married Rebecca. Children born of this union were Charles H. and Clayton, both of whom were born at Indiana. At age 40, Jacob was a widowed wagon maker at Alvin, IL. On Sept. 13, 1881, Louisa McClellan and Jacob received a marriage license at Vermillion County, IL. Between 1882 and 1890, Kinna made his way from Illinois to Ordway, S.D. From Ordway he traveled to Yankton, where he made his home two miles west of the township. Although a resident of the Yankton area, Kinna retained membership with Aberdeen’s Robert Anderson Post 19 Grand Army of the Republic for Civil War veterans.

On Dec. 2, 1893, Kinna sustained a gunshot wound to his shoulder while attempting to evict a trespassing hunter from his property. After the shooting, Kinna acquired an infection known as grippe and he died on Dec. 20, 1893. Burial occurred in an unmarked grave at Yankton Cemetery in block 716 grave site 25, under the auspices of Phil Kearney Post 7 GAR 
Kinna, Jacob F. (I0540)
177 states mother's maiden Carroll Graven, Lillian Frances (I0005)
178 Strange Doings

Hector born 18 Jan 1893

On 30 Jan 1894 parents register Canada birth of James Galarneau in Cambridge, Mass. stating birth 23 Jan 1893. Don't know why this US register of birth unless for immigration purposes. This shows a birth 5 days after Hector. So assume it refers to Hector.

Stranger still a Guibert Galarneau is born in Hull, Quebec on 20 JUN 1894 6 months after James or 1.5 years after Hector.

Then on 20 NOV 1894 in Hull there is a death of their infant of 5 months. The name is stated to be Hector not Guibert even though Hector is going on 2 years.

Guibert is heard no more after this but Hector goes on even though he has been buried.

Maybe had something to do with the Immigration Restriction League that was founded in 1894 and feelings at the time. 
Galarneau, Guibert (I0554)
179 Strange Doings

Hector born 18 Jan 1893

On 30 Jan 1894 parents register Canada birth of James Galarneau in Cambridge, Mass. stating birth 23 Jan 1893. Don't know why this US register of birth unless for immigration purposes. This shows a birth 5 days after Hector. So assume it refers to Hector.

Stranger still a Guibert Galarneau is born in Hull, Quebec on 20 JUN 1894 6 months after James or 1.5 years after Hector.

Then on 20 NOV 1894 in Hull there is a death of their infant of 5 months. The name is stated to be Hector not Guibert even though Hector is going on 2 years.

Guibert is heard no more after this but Hector goes on even though he has been buried.

Maybe had something to do with the Immigration Restriction League that was founded in 1894 and feelings at the time. 
Galarneau, Hector D. (Joseph Hector) (I0006)
180 sweden baptism for anna sophia in kronoberg province near Linneryd matches feb 1837 birthdate father Jonas Nilsson mother Nilla Magnusdr no johannsdotter born near 1837 Johansdotter, Anna Sofia (I0078)
181 Sweden Baptisms - Linneryd, Kronoberg, Sweden 14 Set 1861 father Johan Linderholm mother Johan Linderholm age 24 Linderholm, Ida Marie (I0071)
182 Sweden Baptisms for ida shows name as anna sofia johansdotter 24 yrs Johansdotter, Anna Sofia (I0078)
183 There is a death record for Albert Linderholm on 17 Apr 1948 at Nicollet, Minnesota. Kandiyohi headstone only shows death as 1947. Linderholm, Chester Albert (I595)
184 Wife name Christina born Scotland Connell, John (I0539)
185 Will 1961 Dodge, MN Doig, Margaret Ellen (I0533)
186 Woodsman, trapper Forget dit Despatis, Nicolas (I0275)
187 WW1 Draft Regisration

States farmer native born 
Blanch, Frederick William (I0528)
188 WWII - 2nd Lt, Flight officer 44th Troop Carrier Squadron 316th Troop Carrier Group. Enlisted May 30, 1942 at Greenville, Mississippi Army Air Force. Enslistment shows as single without dependents, completed 4 years college and occuption "Bookkeepers and cashiers, except bank cashiers". Army Serial # 15081426.

The 316th Troop Carrier Group, formed at Patterson Field, Ohio in early 1942, consisted of Headquarters, 36th, 37th, 44th, and 45th Squadrons. Staff sergeant pilots flew their C-47s in support of the British 8th Army across North Africa from Egypt to Tunisia, delivering supplies and pioneering in air evacuation. In July 1943 the Group dropped the 82nd Airborne Division into Sicily (operations HUSKY 1 and 2). In February 1944, the 316th moved to Cottesmore, England, its base for participating in the invasions of France (Normandy, D-Day), Holland (MARKET GARDEN), and Germany (VARSITY). After 30-months of overseas duty, the 316th Troop Carrier Group returned to the US in May 1945. 
Galarneau, Gerald Hector (I0004)

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