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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Isaac PEPIN: Birth: 10 MAR 1874 in Negaunee, Marquette Co., MI. Death: 17 OCT 1949 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI

  2. Eliza PEPIN: Birth: 9 MAR 1875 in Negaunee, Marquette Co., MI. Death: 9 DEC 1951

  3. Charles PEPIN: Birth: 7 MAY 1876 in Negaunee, Marquette Co., MI. Death: 7 JUL 1921 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI

  4. Hosanna (Rosanna) “Rose” PEPIN: Birth: 31 AUG 1877 in Negaunee, Marquette Co., MI. Death: 11 APR 1948 in Schaffer, Delta Co., MI

  5. Aurelie (Emily) PEPIN: Birth: 1878. Death: 1878

  6. Alex PEPIN: Birth: 21 JAN 1879 in Negaunee, Marquette Co., MI. Death: 2 JUL 1949

  7. Adéle PEPIN: Birth: 22 MAR 1882 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI. Death: 21 JUN 1960 in Delta Co., MI

  8. George Joseph PEPIN: Birth: 14 SEP 1883 in Hyde, Delta Co., MI. Death: 29 APR 1963 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI

  9. Jean-Baptiste (John) PEPIN: Birth: 20 SEP 1884 in Hyde, Delta Co., MI. Death: 19 MAR 1962 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI

  10. Emilia PEPIN: Birth: 1 NOV 1885 in Hyde, Delta Co., MI. Death: 9 APR 1922 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI

  11. Antoine J. PEPIN: Birth: 1888. Death: 1925 in Kipling, Delta Co., MI

  12. Mary PEPIN: Birth: 5 DEC 1889 in Hyde, Delta Co., MI. Death: AFT 1969

  13. Joseph Francis Xavier (Fred) PEPIN: Birth: 2 DEC 1891 in Hyde, Delta Co., MI. Death: 23 SEP 1933 in Escanaba, Delta Co., MI


Sources
1. Source:   S11
2. Title:   Certified Copy of Marriage Record
Source:   S1

Notes
a. Note:   N12 Lucite did not attend school but spoke English quite fluently as she had been employed by a "Yankee" family while she lived in Clinton County, New York. She and Isaac had never met while they both lived in Black Brook, New York. This was a close-knit, religious family and as the homestead was the center of community activities, a priest often said mass in their large parlor. Guests were always welcome. The cellar and storage rooms were well-stocked with home-made butter, barrels of salt pork and fruit and vegetables. The children helped to make mattresses out of corn-husks and oat-straw. Making them with care was important as the attic where the children slept was not heated. They often arose with snowflakes on their bedding. Lucite was known as a Midwife in the area. She had a generous and stable personality and found it painful to raise her voice to her children. Lucite died October 10, 1909. Died of typhoid peame_ia(?) Maiden name on tombstone.
4th cousins: BENOIT & CAMPEAU


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