- Born: Mar 1860, Canada
- Marriage: Oliver LAMPRON on 8 May 1883 in Northampton, Massachusetts
- Died: 19 Mar 1950, Northampton, Massachusetts at age 90
She was Julie Willett on marriage record. A mill operator. Most likely Julia Willett boarding with Francis Willett, both cotton mill operators, a Joseph Willett nearby, said to have been born in New York but could be an error, in Palmer, Hampden Co. There was also a Julie Ouilette the right age of a family in Essex County, Massachusetts; seems unlikely. Her name is also spelled Oillette, Ouellette, and Willot is another legitimate way to spell it.
She lived with three of her daughers who never married, on Graves Ave. and Market STreets. Both were streets of row or modest sort of housing where factory workers lived.
Oliver Lampron is listed in some earlier Northampton city directories, from 1882-3 to 1893-4, Mrs. Oliver Lampron shows up in 1898, in 1913 Oliver Lampron bds 85 Market, Alfred Lampron emp WAR ltd h 85 Market, and Mrs. Oliver Lampron h 56 Hawley. In 1914 Oliver rem to Hadley, Mrs. Oliver h 85 Market. She is listed as Mrs. Oliver up through 1916, then is listed as Julienne wid Oliver starting in 1917.
1920 Northampton directory lived at 5 Graves.
In 1929, Mrs. Julianna Lampson lived at 5 Graves Ave. Northampton, MA. She is listed as the widow of Oliver Lampron. At the same address was Emilda E. Lampson who was employed at BHCo. Also Ella M Lampron, employed at BHCo. Finally Obeline D. Lampron, employed at BHCo. (This is the Belding Heminway Co. of 99 Hawley St. Northampton - maufacturers of Silk.)
1950 through 1953 city directories - Julienne widow of Oliver died March 19, 1950 at age 90.
1900 U.S. census
Julienne b Mar 1860 Can't make out name of the street Northampton, 3rd ward Appears to be at home - very faint.
William son b Jun 1886
Ella daughter b Jul 1888
Emilda daughter Nov 1890
Eva daughter Aug 1892
Obeline daughter Aug 1982
Julienne 50 At home Hawley St.
Ella 21 silk mill, can't read occupation. Drawing in something?
Emilda 19 Picking in in silk mill
Eva 17 Marking in in sik mill
Obelina 16 Doubling at silk mill
Julienne 60 No occupation Graves Ave.
Ella 31 PIcker, silk mill
Emilda E 29 Pcker at silk mill
Obeline D 26 Picker at silk mill
Mildred Granddaughter 7
Daily Hampshire Gazette Monday March 20 1950
Obituary Mrs. Julienne Lampron
Mrs. Julienne (Ouilette) Lampron, 90, of 22 Graves avenue, died yesterday at her home after a short illness. She was born in Canada and had been a resident of this city 75 years. She leaves two sons, William and Eugene of this city; four daughters, Miss Ella Lampron, Miss Emelda Lampron and Miss Obelaine Lampron of this city, and Mrs. George Pelkey of Rutland, Vt. The funeral will be held from the Reynolds funeral home at 8:15 Wednesday morning with a high Mss of requiem at he Sacred Heart church at 9. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery.
St. Mary's Cemetery. there are no names on the stone but the paperwork (a small yellow index card to be exact, lists Ella lampron, 79, 5/23/70, Crypt; Emilda Lampron, 62, 4/11/53. Crypt; Julienne, 90, 3/19/51, moved hers, 10/10/51, box; Oheline (Misspelled), Lampron, 55, 2/2/51, box. Hand written at the bottom of the card is a notation reading "also in this lot, Oliver Lampron, age 47, Nov. 14, 18??.
The lot is 5E, Range 1, Section M. in the name of Ella Lampron Lot. It was owned by Mrs. EvaL. Pelkey, 3 Pierpoint Ave., rutland, Vt. 05701. It has perpetual care, was paid in full $190 on November 5, 1970.
Julienne married Oliver LAMPRON, son of Francois-Xavier (Frank) LAMPRON and Julie GELINAS, on 8 May 1883 in Northampton, Massachusetts. (Oliver LAMPRON was born in 1850-1855 in Canada, died on 12 Nov 1897 in Northampton, Massachusetts and was buried in St. Mary's Cemetery.)