Folsom, Susanna (Foulsom) (b. 10 MAY 1718, d. ?)
Note: A genealogy of the Folsom family : John Folsom and his descendants, 1615-1882, p39 speaks of the marriage of Susanna Folsom to Nathaniel Bean. Additionally, speaks of a daughter Susanna Bean marrying Richard Moulton. - think that it was Susanna wife of Nathaniel who married Richard Moulton.
Additional information found on Family Search. - doubt seriously that the dates provided by the Family Search site are correct- possible that these children are not all theirs.Think these are the children of Redman Moulton and Susanna Bean
Note: Revolutionary War Soldier - Francis Nash and 1550 of his Descendants
Note: Edith Marian LaChapelle attended Fisher School and in 1900 graduated from Harrisville High School. She taught school in a number of rural schools in Alcona County, Michigan.
Married at the home of Mrs. Francis LaChapelle at high noon, Wesdnesday, June 19, 1907. Ernest LaChapelle, brother of the bride, was best man; Miss Grace Martin, sister of the groom, supported the bride. The service was performed by Rev. Geo. E. Sloan.
She was Past President of the East Lansing Chapter of the DAR, Past Matron of Lake Huron Chapter No. 184 OES, and a member of the Methodist Church in Harrisville, Michigan.
Note: Source Information:
Film Number: 1239640
Page Number: 477
Reference number: 15890
Genealogy of the Folsom family : a revised and extended edition, including English records 1638-1938, P 1_93
Susanna Folsom married 1 Nathaniel Bean of Exeter and Warner NH in 1.
Susann m 2 before 1764, Richard Moulton *james, benjamin, william) of Hapton Falls, NH (Deeds, Vol. 84, p101- Richard Moulton and wife Susanna to Josiah Folsom , of Exeter, proves this 2nd marriage).
Note: Lived at Cleveland and Toledo, Ohio; Monroe, Michigan; finally came to the Lake Huron Shore about the year 1854.
When a boy of 15 he worked for D. D. Oliver at Ossineke; acquired a liking for the woods that led to his adopting land looking and surveying as an occupation. He was the County Surveyor at the time of his death.
Died at home Wednesday evening, January 20, 1909; funeral was held Saturday morning from the home; services were conducted by Rev. W.A.A. Shipway.
Facts about this person:
Baptism (LDS) March 25, 1840
Perth CA,Sponsors Edward Barry & Ellen Donohue
Title: Baptismal RecordPage: St. John the Baptist Catholic Parish, 38 Wilson Street E., Perth, Ontario, Canada
Text: On the 25th day of March 1840 I the undersigned Priest of this Parish have baptised Edward one month old of the lkawful marriage of Francois LaChapelle and Margaret O'Neil of Ramy.
S[omsors Edward Barry & Ellen Donohue
Note: Peter LaChapelle was a teacher, undertaker, and Indian Agent.
He walked from Alpena, Michigan to Alden on Torch Lake.
Sources: Family Bible, 1900 census and Antrim County death records.
Peter founded a Protestant Church in Alden, Michigan.
Walter and Clarence were still living in Alden in 1953.
DJR 7/93:.. Walter died prior to 1963.
Jane Chapelle and her cousin Clara Kennedy worked at Harbor Beach, Michigan
during the summer of 1911 and stayed with uncle Peter and aunt Maria.
KMH:.. 22 April 1994
Michigan Gazetteer of 1909 lists "Chapelle & Son (P.J. & Walter E.) hardware,
furniture and undertaking".
According to the 1880 Antrim County, Torch Lake Village Township census, Peter
was a hotel clerk in June of that year at age 25.
Aunt Maria was a DAR.
Baptised as: John Peter LaChapelle
Baptismal sponsors: George LaChapelle & Celinin LaChapelle;
Priest: Bishop Gilmour
Event: Type: Baptised
Date: 29 JUN 1855
Place: Cleveland, Ohio
Note: (Anna) Grace Chapelle graduated from High School in 1916; and Detroit Business
College. She was the secretary to Republican Senator Duncan McRae in 1921.
Resided: Harrisville & Alpena
Note: Edward (Bub) Chapelle was editor of the Alcona County Review from 1932 to 1969.
He and his wife, Ethel, had no children. Bub took over after Walter Chapelle,
the editor, died. After Bub's death his wife, Ethel, carried on until shortly
before her death.
Note: Occupation: Business man
Served in WWI
Resided: Harrisville & Alpena
Note: Claud Yockey was the Maintainance Engineer for the State Highway Department.
Note: Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and ... - Page 1863
by William Richard Cutter - Massachusetts - 1908
John Redman, immigrant REDMAN ancestor, came to Hampton. New Hampshire, about 1642, and settled as a blacksmith in the eastern part of the town. He died February 16, 1700, about eighty-five years old. He married first, Margaret , died May 30, 1658; second, July 23. 1673. Sabina, widow of Captain Mars-
ton. Children, all by first wife: 1. John, born 1647; mentioned below. 2. Mary, December 15, 1649. .?• Joseph, April 20. 1651. 4. Samuel. April 12, 1658.
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