Abraham (Abram, Amable) TACY (TESSIER)
- Born: Abt 1805, Ste-Anne de la Mascouche, Quebec
- Marriage: Rosilla LUCK on 24 Oct 1825 in Notre Dame, Montreal, Quebec
a farmer in Chesterfield in 1850, a shoemaker in Saranac 1860. His older sons had farms by his in 1860.
Substantial help, including all information info on Tessier and Luck families in Canada, from Philip Cochran, firstname.lastname@example.org He is descended from one of Rosilla Luck's brothers.
Place of origin is from his marriage record.
Saranac is a few miles north of Chesterfield.
Marriage ge record of Abraham (Amable) and Rose states that Amable was from teh Parish of Ste Anne de la Mascouche - a town. Both his parents were of that parish. Probably Abraham grew up there. I think the certificate, which is scawled in French, says that he was living in Montreal and a member of the parish of Notre Dame when he married.
Neither Abraham Tessier dit Lavigne, nor his probalby sister, Marguerite, who signed Adolphe's baptismal recod, were able to sign their names.
The first two children were baptized in Montreal at Notre Dame; the rest were born in New York State.
1850 U.S. Census
Abram Tacy 45, farmer Chesterfield, ESsex County, NY, real estate worth 400, b CA.
Rosalie 40 b CA
Adolphus 23 Laborer b CA
Edward 20 Laborer b CA
Feelix 19 Laborer b CA
Natalie 17 b NY
Abraham Jr is not here though he should be 1 year old if he was 11 on 1860 census. Wonder if he is actually Amos age 1 instead of 7?
1860 U.S. census.
Abraham TAcy, 59, shoemaker, real estate worth $600 and personal property worth $300, Saranac, Clinton County, NY, b Canada.
Rosilla 53 b CA
Joseph 20 day laborer b NY
Henry 18 day laborer b NY
Eldrick 14 b NY
Abraham 11 b NY
Mary 6 b NY
Next household is Edward Tacy, 31, farmer, b Canada
Mary 31 b CA.
Abraham married Rosilla LUCK, daughter of Samuel LUCK and Marie COUSINEAU, on 24 Oct 1825 in Notre Dame, Montreal, Quebec. (Rosilla LUCK was christened on 24 Apr 1809 in Notre Dame, Montreal, Quebec and died on 3 Apr 1889 in Northampton, Hampshire, Massachusetts.)