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7 - Albert Peltier (1860 - 1935)

Albert, his daughter Alice, his wife Marie-Célestine, and his son Albert - circa 1889
(Photo courtesy of Steve Malerich)


Parents: Charles Joseph Peltier - Domitille (Mathilde) Garceau

Born: 18 Jan 1860
Died: 26 Sep 1935

Married: 19 Aug 1884
Spouse: Marie-Célestine DeRosier (17 Nov 1868 - 30 Aug 1959)

Lorraine LaBore Schifsky with Denise Peltier, Marie-Célestine, Lois Schifsky Peltier with Steve Peltier - 1958
(Photo courtesy of Steve Malerich)


Children:
Alice (1885 - 1933)
Albert, Jr. (1887 -1954)
Ellen (1888 - 1969)
Vina (1890 - 1967)
Edmund (1893 - 1952)
Cleveland (1895 - 1977)
Norma (1898 - 1950)
Mary Evelyn (1901 - 1901)
Frances (1902 - 1948)
Benjamin J. (1906 - 1907)
Roy (1908 - 1957)
Avis C. (1910 - 1976)
Clem J. (1912 - 1965)

Notes:courtesy of Steve Malerich - from Vadnais Heights; A History; 1845-1976, published in 1976:

“Albert and Celeste lived on the corner of LaBore Road and Goose Lake Road from 1883 until 1887 when they built a new home on Kohler Road. Mrs. Peltier was married when she was 15 years old. While living on LaBore Road near the Northern Pacific Railroad tracks, it happened that one day as she was washing clothes, a tramp came to the door and tried to break in. She told him to get away but he continued to force the door. There was a window on the second floor over the kitchen door so she ran upstairs with a pail of boiling water. She opened the window and hollered as she poured the boiling water on him. He moved rather fast out of there.”