CHICAGO MORISSETTES: mtDNA HRV1-Haplogroup H3-Sequence 16519C HVR2-152C,263G,309.1C,315.1C,522-,523-

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  • ID: I3924
  • Name: Raphael Joseph MORISSETTE
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: 24 OCT 1864 in Kegaska, Natashquan, Quebec, Canada
  • Note: per baptismal record
  • Baptism: 30 JAN 1865 Kegaska, Natashquan, Quebec, Canada
  • Note: per baptismal record
  • Death: 25 MAR 1882 in Chicago, Cook, Illinois
  • Note: per Notre Dame de Chicago and Coroner's report
  • Occupation: Carpenter per 1880 census.
  • Note: 1) Found with MORISSEY (misspelled), Peter: As of 11-11-2001: Per Jun 11, 1880 Cook County Illinois Census in Chicago, Page 29, District # 1 Enumeration #76: Added per this census, age 16, born in Canada. 2) Per 1900 census Sophie, his mother states she had 7 children and 5 were living. He is not part of the 5 living.
  • Note: as of 9-9-2002: Coroner's Inquest into his death: Cook County Coroner's Inquest Record Index, 1872 - 1911 Name of Deceased Book # Page Date Filed Date Of Death MORISSETT, JOSEPH RAPHAEL 8 38 3/26/1882 3/25/1882
  • Note: as of 10-05-2008: Father indicated as a fisherman on Baptismal record. He was a carpenter and in the 1880 Illinois census was indicated as being a ship's carpenter for occupation. This may be where he learned his trade as ship's carpenter.
  • Change Date: 5 OCT 2008

    Father: Pierre Joseph MORISSETTE b: 6 AUG 1829 in St-Henri-de-Lauzon, Quebec, Canada
    Mother: Marie Sophie MENARD b: 23 MAY 1828 in Notre-Dame-De-Quebec, Quebec, Quebec
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