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PLANTE, HERVE P
Canada Census 1901 Compton QC
US Border crossing, 30-09-1918 Clifton QC to Newport, Vt.
US Border crossing, -10-1918 Clifton QC to Newport, Vt.

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PLANTE, REGINALD PHILLIP
1935 Same place as 1940
US Census 26 Avr 1940 Morrisville Lamoille VT
BURLINGTON,,CHITTENDEN,VT USA 1983

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PLANTE, THERESE L
US Census 19 Avr 1930 Providence ward 10 Providence RI
1935 Same place as 1940
US Census 03 Avr 1940 Providence ward 12 Providence RI

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ALBERTINI, JOSEPH ALFRED
Vietnam War Hero. Joseph died of complications due to wounds received in Vietnam. His name is among those listed on the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, DC.

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PLANTE, AMEDEE E
Border Xssing mar 11 1920 Island Pond, Vt - to Lewiston, Me.
Border Xssing oct 26 1922 Quebec, Qc - to Lewiston, Me.
Border Xssing Jun 1923 Arrival Port Quebec.
1935 Same house as 1940
US Census 13 Avr 1940 Lewiston ward 06 Androscoggin ME

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LAPLANTE, JOSEPH LERIGER
Civil War Military Service.
US Census 1870 Sheridan Ottawa KS
US Census 1880 Logan Ottawa KS
US Census 01 jun 1900 Puyallup ward 01 Pierce WA
US Census 1920 Puyallup Pierce WA

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CONTRE, AZARIE
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US Census 09 Jan 1920, RI, Providence, Woonsocket wd-2, dist 329. Summit st.
US Census 12 Apr 1930, RI, Providence, Woonsocket wd-2, dist 288, Summit st.
1935 Last place of residence: Woonsocket RI
US Census 10 Avr 1940 Woonsocket ward 02 Providence RI

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PLANTE, MATHILDA
Canada Census 1921 Stoke Richmond-Wolfe QC Page 4.
1935 Same place as 1940
US Census 05 Avr 1940 Sanford York ME

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PLANTE, KEITH ARTHUR MARK
2011: 14 Grandchildren: Jacon(wife), Vanessa, Aaron, Kelsey, Kalie,
Austin, Brandon, Cody, Camden, Andrew-James, Ian, Cella, Will, Janelle, Taylor.
01 GreatGrandchild: Winry.
The Crookston Daily Times MN - 26 Sep 2011.
Grand Forks Herald ND - 27 Sep 2011.
The Crookston Daily Times MN - 27 Sep 2011.
Preceded in death: Marik

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DUMAIS, ROLAND G
Entered the Army on March 26, 1941. He served in the European theatre of operations with the 10th Armored Division, and saw action in France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Germany. He was awarded three battle stars, and the Bronze Star for heroic achievement at Serring, Germany. He was separated from the service on Dec. 19, 1945, with the rank of captain, field artillery. He continued in the Army Active Reserve on Sept. 17, 1962, with the rank of lieutenant colonel, field artillery.

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