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The Pecors and Picards of Oconto, Wisconsin

IMPORTANT CORRECTIONS POSTED 08/06/00
Individuals Renumbered and Reorganized

Reuniting the Oconto Pecors continues to be a wonderful success story. From the day I first encountered the Pecors, I knew they would lead me back to Antoine Destroismaisons dit Picard. They didn't all end up being brothers, some are cousins, too. Internet searches, connections with descendents, volunteers who copied records for me, and a professional genealogist descended from one of the Oconto Pecors all helped provide the clues and answers. For the story of how I brought the Oconto Pecor and Picards back together, visit Pecors of Oconto United! What follows here is where the line takes off from the Destroismaisons dit Picard outline. More information is on the way, too.

Descendants of Paul Basile Destroismaisons dit Picard

Generation No. 1

1. Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard (Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born May 07, 1762 in St. Pierre de la Riviere du Sud, Montmagny, Quebec, and died in Quebec. He married Marie Marthe Soucy dit Lavigne Nov 10, 1783 in Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, Quebec, daughter of Joseph Soucy and Marthe Richard. She was born May 01, 1753 in Ste. Anne de la Pocatiere, Quebec, and died.

Notes for Paul Basile Destroismaisons dit Picard:
In the family tradition of descendents of Paul Basile, there is a similar thread. Paul Basile would be the generation refered to as grandfather in these stories.
The Oconto Co website gives us Peter Pecorís story: Peter's ancestors where Pecard's from Picardie, FR. In Picardie there was a family estate surrounded by the village of Picardie. Three brothers owned this estate at the time of the "Wars of Picardie". However, each left everything they owned and went to Montreal, Quebec. Peter's grandfather was one of these 3 brothers.
An undated newsaper article at the Oconto Co, WI, website by Dave Cisler tells John Pecor's story: Johnís grandfather was a Frenchman who deserted the army during the time of Napoleon. He fled first to England, and then to Canada. Family tradition, which the family has not been able to document, is that 3 brothers jumped ship in France. 2 ended up in Canada and the other settled in the French territory (later the LA Purchase) in the 18th century. The story goes that they changed their name to Picard (Picarde or Picardy), as they were originally from Picardie, FR. Along with this story was the belief that there was a family estate back in FR, but that the brothers were unable to claim it because of their desertion. This story actually belongs to cousin Joseph not brother John.
The descendents of Felix Pecor say he descends from 1 of 3 brothers that left France.
Descendents of Peter Pecor relate that the family changed the name from Picard to Pecor in Canada to protect the family.

More About Paul Basile Destroismaisons dit Picard:
Name 2: ? Pecard
Name 3: Basile Picard
Name 4: Paul Picard

More About Marie Marthe Soucy dit Lavigne:
Name 2: Marie Soucis
Name 3: Marie Soucy

Children of Paul Picard and Marie Lavigne are:
+ 2 iii. Joseph Picard, died.
   3 ii. Paul Basile Picard, b 1785, died. (Son Added 08/07/00)
+ 4 i. Marcel7 Picard, born 1792 in La Pocatiere, Riviere du loup, Quebec; died.

Generation No. 2

2. Joseph7 Picard (Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) died. He married Elisabeth Lefebvre May 07, 1810 in Louiseville, Quebec, daughter of Pierre Lefebvre and Marguerite Belanger. She died.

Children of Joseph Picard and Elisabeth Lefebvre are:
   5 i. Joseph8 Picard, died. He married Louise Lupien Mar 02, 1840 in Louiseville, Quebec; died.
+ 6 ii. Paul Picard, born Apr 09, 1811, in Louiseville, Quebec; died. ( Family Added 08/07/00)

4. Marcel7 Picard (Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born 1792 in La Pocatiere, Riviere du loup, Quebec, and died. He married Marie Belanger Feb 26, 1816 in St. Antoine de Padoue, Louiseville, Quebec, daughter of Augustin Belanger and Marie Juineau. She was born Apr 30, 1796 in St. Antoine de la Riviere du Loup, Quebec, and died.

Notes for Marcel Picard:
from "Loiselle": Marcel Picard f/d Paul + M. Soucy m. Marie Bélanger f/d Augustion + Marie Juineau, Louiseville, 1816/26/2. This was the first clue that got us started down the track to connecting the Oconto Pecors to the Antoine Destroismaisons family.
Besides Pierre, Felix, David, and Jean Baptiste, there were 8 to 10 other children in the family.

Children of Marcel Picard and Marie Belanger are:
   7 i. Felicite8 Picard, died. She married ? LeFebvre, died. (Daughter Added 08/07/00)
+ 8 ii. Pierre Picard, born Abt. 1821; died Aft. Nov 11, 1914.
   9 iii. Jean Baptiste Picard, born 1825 in Canada; died Bef. Nov 11, 1914. (Correction to Jean Baptiste 08/07/00)

Notes for Jean Baptiste Picard:
The articles at the Oconto Website are about the sons of Joseph Picard and Mathilda Belanger not Jean Baptiste. I have information about Jean Baptiste and will be adding soon.

+ 10 iv. Felix Picard, born Feb 20, 1828 in St. Ursule, Quebec; died Nov 11, 1914 in Oconto, Wisconsin.
+ 11 v. David Picard, born Abt. 1836; died.

Generation No. 3

6. Paul8 Picard (Jseoph7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born Apr 9, 1811 in Louiseville, Quebec, and died. He married Elisabeth Pepin dit Lachance Jan 16, 1832 in Louiseville, Quebec, daughter of Etienne Lachance and Marie Mathieu. She died.

Child of Paul Picard and Elisabeth Pepin dit Lachance is:
+ 12 i. Joseph9 Picard, born May 04, 1833 in Louiseville, Quebec; died.

8. Pierre8 Picard (Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born Abt. 1821, and died Aft. Nov 11, 1914. He married Angelique Courchaine. She was born Abt. 1834 in Canada, and died.

Notes for Pierre Picard:
Peter came to the Oconto, WI, area in 1849. The settlement had a few mills along the Oconto River, and a few settlers. After arriving in Oconto, Peter married Angelique. Peter owned much of the land that is now Frenchtown, within Oconto. He was wealthy and a prominent leader. He donated the land for the original St. Peter Catholic Church and Cemetary. He also helped build the original log building that served as the church. He also donated land and helped build the first school. The school was named for him [Pecor Public School], and was located on Center Street. He sold land to the Oconto Lumber Co. and also laid out the lots that were sold to the settlers. Peter's children settled in other parts of Oconto Co, including the Town of How. There a creek is called Pecor Creek. After Angelique died, Peter went to live with her people on the reservation. When he died, Angelique's family did not want his body to be buried in Oconto. Instead they wanted him to "sleep his long sleep" near his wife. There is no trace of his grave, but it is said to be where the Little Oconto joins the Oconto River (near South Branch). (my NOTE: I have also found that there is a Pecor Lake in Oconto Co.)

The 1860 census shows Peter Pecor age 36 and Angeline age 26 with children Caroline Pecor age 6, Marselle age 5, Meslran age 3. This came from another researchers (great aunts?) hand written copy so he doesnít know how accurate it is. Also written on this sheet is a note that John White age 74, Tippemoona age 60 and Alex Monon age 59 are all listed in the same household and that John White and Tippemoona (might) be the grandparents.

The Wisconsin GenWeb archives had the following land patents for Peter:

Last Name

First Name

Sec

Township

Range

Acreage

Land Office

Document

Signature Date

PEKOR

PETER

19

28N

22E

55.7

Green Bay

15586

1852/08/02

PICARD

PETER

25

28N

20E

40

Menasha

24034

1858/02/22

PICARD

PETER

32

28N

21E

40

Menasha

24289

1858/02/22

PICKER

PETER

6

27N

22E

40

Menasha

27639

1869/07/20

More About Pierre Picard:
Date born 2: Abt. 1824
Census: 1860, Oconto Co, Wisconsin

Notes for Angelique Courchaine:
Angelique was born in the late 1820's or early 1830's. She was the daughter of one of the last Menominee Cheiftens in the Oconto area. She was called a "princess". Apparently, she was courted by many men, both native American and settlers. Her father did not intially approved of her marriage to Peter. Angelique is buried at the Reservation.

More About Angelique Courchaine:
Name 2: Angelique Churchaine
Census: 1860, Oconto Co, Wisconsin

Children of Pierre Picard and Angelique Courchaine are:
+ 13 i. Caroline9 Pecor, born Abt. 1854; died 1870.
+ 14 ii. Marselle Pecor, born Abt. 1855; died.
   15 iii. MasIren Pecor, born Abt. 1857; died.

Notes for MasIren Pecor:
The 1860 census shows a Meslran age 3. (my NOTE: is this actually Michel?)

+ 16 iv. Michel Picard, born May 16, 1858 in Oconto, Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died.

10. Felix8 Picard (Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born Feb 20, 1828 in St. Ursule, Quebec, and died Nov 11, 1914 in Oconto, Wisconsin. He married Philomena Grenier Dec 08, 1856 in Yamachiche, Quebec, daughter of Andre Grenier and Joise Robare. She was born Sep 15, 1832, and died May 16, 1921 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin.

Notes for Felix Picard:
Felix was from Quebec. In Oconto, WI, he was a barber. His obituary from the Oconto County Reporter dated Nov. 12, 1914: "Felix Picard died at the home of his son David at 231 Pecor Street, with whom he had lived for the past 5 years, at 5' o'clock yesterday morning of old age, after having been confined to his bed about two weeks. Deceased was born in St. Urcel, QU Feb 20, 1828. With his brother, walked from Green Bay here more than 60 years ago, when Ococnto had only 5 settlers. He is survived by his wife, age 77 years, two daughters, Mrs. Dan Chosa, Milwaukee and Mrs. Alphonse St. Louis, Kelly Brook; three sons, David, jr., of Oconto, Herman, of Peshtigo, Alphonse, Mauston WI, and two brothers, Peter of Shawano and David of Menominee, MI. His brother Peter is unable to come on account of his age, 93 years, but his other brother, sons and daughters, grandson, B. R. Picard and wife of Milwaukee and other relatives are here for the funeral which will be held at St. Peter's Catholic Church....." On Felixís death record, it lists the Informant as David Picard, residing in Oconto. The death record lists him as dying at age 86, 10 months, and 21 days and that his parents are Marshall Picard and Mary Belonger, both born Canada.

More About Felix Picard:
Burial: Catholic Cemetary, Oconto Co, Wisconsin
Occupation: laborer

Notes for Philomena Grenier:
Philomena was of St Maurice, Yamachiche, Quebec. In Felix's obituary, she is listed at age 77. Philomena died at age 88 years, 8 months, and 1 day. The death certificate was signed by Raymond St. Louis of Lena.

More About Philomena Grenier:
Name 2: Philomene Griseur
Name 3: Philomen Grusen
Date born 2: 1833
Date born 3: Nov 1836, Yamachiche, St. Maurice, Quebec
Burial: Catholic Cemetary, Oconto, Wisconsin

Children of Felix Picard and Philomena Grenier are:
+ 17 i. Alphonse9 Picard, born in Canada; died.
+ 18 ii. David Picard, born in Canada; died.
   19 iii. Delia Picard, died. She married Damas Chausse Jul 05, 1878 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died.
   20 iv. Victoria Clara Picard, died. She married Alphonse St. Louis Sep 04, 1882 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; born Feb 15, 1856; died Feb 08, 1920 in Trois Rivieres, Quebec.
+ 21 v. Ferdinand Picard, born Sep 29, 1861 in Canada; died Jan 22, 1898 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin.
   22 vi. Hermindas M. Picard, born Feb 02, 1869 in Trois Rivieres, Quebec; died Abt. 1953 in Peshtigo, Wisconsin. He married Josephine Ellen Stusse May 25, 1891; born in Chicago, Illinois; died.

Notes for Hermindas M. Picard:
Herman told a story of when he was a little boy, the boats they were traveling on to Wisconsin could not dock because of the damage from the Fire of 1871. They came to the Oconto area of WI. He lived in Peshtigo, WI, and became a US Citizen in 1906 in Marinette, WI.

More About Hermindas M. Picard:
Occupation: barber

11. David8 Picard (Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born Abt. 1836, and died. He married Sophia Filiatro Apr 13, 1871 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin, daughter of Solamon Filiatro and Sophia Legare?. She was born Abt. 1845, and died.

More About David Picard and Sophia Filiatro:
Marriage: Apr 13, 1871, Oconto Co, Wisconsin

Children of David Picard and Sophia Filiatro are:
   23 i. Joseph Felix9 Picard, died.

Notes for Joseph Felix Picard:
(my NOTE: did Joseph m. Domitille Belanger and have a son named George who m. Marie Barribeau on June 30, 1896?)

   24 ii. Emil J. Picard, born Jan 18, 1868 in St. Denies?, Canada; died. He married Nora Murphy Mar 02, 1897 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; born in Oconto, Wisconsin; died.

Notes for Emil J. Picard:
Emil's birth certificate was issued as a "delayed birth record" and was certified by his brother Joseph Felix Picard.

More About Emil J. Picard:
Baptism: St. Peter's Catholic Church, Oconto, Oconto Co, Wisconsin

Generation No. 4

12. Joseph9 Picard (Paul8, Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born May 04, 1833 in Louiseville, Quebec, and died. He married Mathilda Belanger. She was born Mar 12, 1847, and died.

Notes for Joseph Picard:
The undated newsaper article by Dave Cisler at the Oconto Web site tells us more about Joseph. The article refers to John, but descendents of Joseph who are alive today and remember the uncles in the photograph say the article is about Joseph not John. Son Fred told the story. Fred was the youngest and is the one remembered as Uncle Fred by two of the descendents that have contacted me. Also, their own father and grandfather Joseph is in the picture. "John" left Canada when he was 19 and went to the US, spending time in PA. In 1854, he moved to Oconto, WI, by traveling by boat to Green Bay and then by foot, carrying his possession on his back. He first stayed with Peter Pecor, founder of Frenchtown. "John's" son said that no one knew whether these two Pecor's were related or if Peter is what brought "John" to Oconto. Upon arriving in Oconto, "John" helped build the first sawmill, Jone's watermill at Susie's Hill. "John" married shortly after arriving in Oconto, and then went to work for Gardner Lumber Co, Pensaukee. He then went to work for Holdt and Balcom Lumber Co, Oconto, who he worked for 68 years. "John" was a carpenter and he also helped with the construction of Comstock Mill, which made barrel staves, and Holt's shingle mill (which burned in the 1930's). He built 3 homes, which are still standing [as of the article]: 1 on Main Street, 1 on Pecor Street, and the last on McDonald Street. The last home had 21 doors at one time. "John" had 17 children, but by the time a photo was taken (date unknown, son Fred is young), there were only 7 boys left. Six of the boys went into the lumberjack trade like their father, and 1 went into railroading. In Oct 1871, the great Peshtigo fire occured. "John" went to Sugarbush to help fight the fire. Before going, he put a ladder down into the well and told his wife to take the children down there if the fire came close.

More About Mathilda Belanger:
Name 2: Domitille Belanger

Children of Joseph Picard and Mathilda are:
   25 iv. Albert Picard, died.

More About Albert Picard:
Military service: National Guard, Co. M, Oconto, WI

   26 vi. Edward Picard, died.

Notes for Edward Picard:
Edward also did military service during the Spanish American War. His was in the same unit as his brother Joseph.

More About Edward Picard:
Medical Information: lost an eye fighting in the Spanish American War.
Military service 1: 1898, Pvt., 2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Spanish American War
Military service 2: Pvt., National Guard, Co. M, Oconto, WI

   27 vii. Frank Picard, died.

More About Frank Picard:
Military service: National Guard, Co. M, Oconto, WI

   28 ii. Fred Picard, died. He married Gertrude Belle Barribeau, daughter of George Barribeau and Fanny Barribeau.

More About Fred Picard:
Military service 1: National Guard, Co. M, Oconto, WI
Military service 2: 1908 - 1911, US Army, Vancouver Barrarcks, WA

   29 v. George Picard, died. He married Marie Barribeau Jun 30, 1896 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin.

More About George Picard:
Military service: National Guard, Co. M, Oconto, WI

   30 i. Joseph H.9 Picard, died.
Notes for Joseph H. Picard:
In the undated newsaper article by Dave Cisler it says Joe worked for the railroad rather than in the lumber industry.
Joseph served in the military during the Spanish American War. His unit, 2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, served in Puerto Rico. It left on April 28th, 1898 and returned home on September 18th, 1898. The unit was from the Winnebago County area of Wisconsin.

More About Joseph H. Picard:
Military service 1: 1898, Cpl.,2nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Spanish American War
Military service 2: Cpl., National Guard, Co. M, Oconto, WI

   31 iii. John William Picard, born Dec 20, 1875; died. He married Adele Marlow, born Aug 06, 1873 in St. Isadore, Quebec; died.

More About John William Picard:
Military service: National Guard, Co. M, Oconto, WI

13. Caroline9 Pecor (Pierre8 Picard, Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born Abt. 1854, and died 1870. She married Joseph Lacourciere Jun 04, 1866 in Oconto, Wisconsin, son of Joseph Lacouchene and Adelaide Villemore?. He died.

Notes for Caroline Pecor:
The 1860 census shows a Caroline Pecor as age 6; however, that makes her only 12 at her marriage. The ages of the other children given on the 1860 census for Marselle and Meslran, as well as for Peter Pecor and Angeline agree with information for later census and records. The information came from a hand written copy so the source does not know how accurate it is.

More About Caroline Pecor:
Cause of Death: during childbirth
Census: 1860, Oconto Co, Wisconsin

Child of Caroline Pecor and Joseph Lacourciere is:
   32 i. infant child of Joseph10 Lacourciere, died.

14. Marselle9 Pecor (Pierre8 Picard, Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born Abt. 1855, and died. He married Minnie McCall, daughter of Charles McCall and Angeline Oshkosh. She was born Abt. 1858, and died.

Notes for Marselle Pecor:
1880 Federal Census, Oconto Co, WI, from the Oconto Co, WI, genealogy site. Marshall is marked with a "x" in the unemployed column. Both Marshall and Mary are marked that they could not read and write.

Pg

Ln

Household

Family

Name

"Color"

Sex

Age

Relationship

Occupation

Origin of Self

Origin of Father

Origin of Mother

10

36

89

92

Pecor
Marshall

Half Breed

M

24

 

Farmer

Wis

Can

Wis

10

37
   

Pecor
Mary

Half Breed

F

22

wife

Keeping House

Wis

Mich

Wis

10

38
   

Pecor
Peter

Half Breed

M

4

son
 

Wis

Wis

Wis

10

39
   

Pecor
Chas

Half Breed

M

1

son
 

Wis

Wis

Wis

More About Marselle Pecor:
Date born 2: Abt. 1856
Census 1: 1880, Oconto Twp, Oconto Co, Wisconsin
Census 2: 1860, Oconto Co, Wisconsin

More About Minnie McCall:
Census: 1880, Oconto Twp, Oconto, Wisconsin

Children of Marselle Pecor and Minnie McCall are:
   33 i. Peter10 Pecor, born Abt. 1876; died.
   34 ii. Charles Pecor, born Abt. 1879; died.
   35 iii. Ida Marie Pecor, born Apr 15, 1882 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died in Oregon. She married Claude Charles McLean Jun 18, 1906 in Oconto, Wisconsin; born Jun 17, 1878 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died in Seaside, Oregon. (This line continues) ( Family Added 08/07/00)

More About Ida Marie Pecor:
Ida and Claude moved to Washington, through Canada it is believed. They were in Monroe and Stephenson, WA, in the early 1900's.

   36 iv. Joseph F. Pecor, born 1885; died. He married Susie Closer. She died. (This line continues)

16. Michel9 Picard (Pierre8, Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born May 16, 1858 in Oconto, Oconto Co, Wisconsin, and died. He married Georgina LeFevre. She was born Dec 25, 1863 in Canada, and died.

Children of Michel Picard and Georgina LeFevre are:
   37 i. William J.10 Picard, born Jan 15, 1881 in Wisconsin; died. He married Agnes B. Mlnarik; born Mar 19, 1882 in Michigan; died. (This line continues) (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   38 ii. Agnes Picard, born Bef. 1890; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   39 iii. Louis Picard, born Bef. 1890; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   40 iv. Mary Picard, born Bef. 1890; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   41 v. Caroline Picard, born Aug 04, 1890 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   42 vi. Joseph Picard, born Jun 27, 1893 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)

17. Alphonse9 Picard (Felix8, Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born in Canada, and died. He married Louise Jacques dit Charlier Apr 15, 1894 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin, daughter of Charles Charlier and Cherese Destieges. She was born in Wisconsin, and died.

More About Louise Jacques dit Charlier:
Name 2: Mary Louise Jakes

Children of Alphonse Picard and Louise Charlier are:
   43 i. Madeline10 Picard, born Jul 22, 1894 in Oconto, Wisconsin; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   44 ii. infant Picard, born May 16, 1897 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)

18. David9 Picard (Felix8, Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born in Canada, and died. He married Marie Trepanier Jun 21, 1882 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin, daughter of Desire Trepanier and Clarisse Marcotte. She was born in Canada, and died.

Children of David Picard and Marie Trepanier are:
   45 i. Teresia Picard, died. (Daughter Added 08/07/00)
   46 ii. Blase Raphel10 Picard, born Oct 19, 1885 in Oconto, Wisconsin; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)

Notes for Blase Raphel Picard:
On his birth record, the name Pecore is crossed out and Picard is written.

   47 iii. Alphonse Picard, born Bef. 1894; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   48 iv. Gertrude Picard, born Bef. 1894; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   49 v. Stella Picard, born Bef. 1894; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   50 vi. Marie Antoinette Picard, born Jun 30, 1894 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died. She married William S. O'Connor, died. (Dates and Spouse Added 08/07/00)
   51 vii. Romeo Picard, born May 04, 1896 in Wisconsin; died. He married Marie ?; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)
   52 viii. Englebert R. Picard, born Mar 21, 1901 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died. He married Kathryn Kinziger, died. (Child and Spouse Added 08/07/00)

21. Ferdinand9 Picard (Felix8, Marcel7, Paul Basile6 Destroismaisons dit Picard, Paul5, Jacques4, Philippe3, Adrien2 Destroismaisons, Antoine1) was born Sep 29, 1861 in Canada, and died Jan 22, 1898 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin. He married Malvina Chevalier Jul 04, 1896 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin, daughter of Augustin Chevalier and Marie Daillon. She was born in Canada, and died.

Notes for Ferdinand Picard:
Ferdinand's birth records say he died in the North Ward of City of Oconto, which was the same as his home. He died at age 36, 3 months, and 25 days. His birth is listed as "French Canada".

More About Ferdinand Picard:
Burial: Catholic Cemetary, Oconto Co, Wisconsin
Cause of Death: pneumonia
Occupation: lumberman

Child of Ferdinand Picard and Malvina Chevalier is:
   53 i. Joseph Phileas Alphonse10 Picard, born Mar 30, 1897 in Oconto Co, Wisconsin; died. (Dates Added 08/07/00)


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