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Descendants Rene Hubert & Anne Horry


Generation No. 5


15. PIERRE5 HUBERT (JEAN-BAPTISTE4, JEAN-BAPTISTE RENE3, RENE2, RENE1) was born March 16, 1743/44 in Trois-Rivieres. He married CATHERINE-FRANCOISE GRENIER.


       Child of PIERRE HUBERT and CATHERINE-FRANCOISE GRENIER is:

  i.   SIMON6 HUBERT, m. MARIE-CHARLOTTE CHAURET.
16. JEAN-BAPTISTE5 HUBERT (JEAN-BAPTISTE4, JEAN-BAPTISTE RENE3, RENE2, RENE1). He married MARIE-GENEVIEVE-CATHERINE BARIL.


       Children of JEAN-BAPTISTE HUBERT and MARIE-GENEVIEVE-CATHERINE BARIL are:

  i.   JEAN-BAPTISTE6 HUBERT, b. September 1, 1774, St. Cuthbert, Quebec; d. September 1, 1774, St. Cuthbert, Quebec.

  ii.   JOSEPH-MARIE HUBERT, b. November 28, 1776.

  iii.   MARIE-CATHERINE HUBERT, b. July 30, 1778.

  iv.   ANONYME HUBERT, b. September 4, 1780; d. September 4, 1780.

  v.   CATHERINE HUBERT, b. September 4, 1780.

  vi.   MARIE AMABLE HUBERT, b. June 9, 1784.

  vii.   FRANCOIS-EMMANUEL HUBERT, b. September 4, 1786.

  viii.   MICHEL RAPHAEL HUBERT, b. November 26, 1788.

  ix.   MARIE-FELICILIE HUBERT, b. May 8, 1791; d. November 27, 1792.

  x.   MICHEL HUBERT, b. November 17, 1792.

  xi.   MARIE-JUDITH HUBERT, b. July 8, 1794.
17. RENE AUGUSTE RICHARD5 HUBERT (LOUIS-JOSEPH-EDOUARD4, PIERRE3, RENE2, RENE1) was born June 5, 1811 in St Denis Sur Le Richelieu, Quebec, Canada, and died June 19, 1884 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. He married HERMINE VIGER.

Notes for RENE AUGUSTE RICHARD HUBERT:
FROM LISTING OF FRENCH CANADIANS 1600-1900
HUBERT, (?), prothonotary, living in 1869 in Montreal(PQ452-615)(PQ452-623)
HUBERT, R.A., died before 1891 in Montreal(PQ448-579)
HUBERT, R.A.R., prothonotary, living in 1871 in Montreal(PQ2-1121)
HUBERT, R.A.R., advocate, living in 1851 in Montreal(PQ474-41)




       Children of RENE HUBERT and HERMINE VIGER are:

  i.   RENE6 HUBERT.

  ii.   RICHARD HUBERT, m. GERTRUDE HARWOOD.

  iii.   HERMIONE-MARIE-CECILE HUBERT, m. GEORGE SYMES CUVILLIER, October 9, 1889, Cath. Montreal.

  Notes for HERMIONE-MARIE-CECILE HUBERT:
9 Oct. 1889

HUBERT, Hermine M.-Cecile                -        CEUILLIER Geo.-Symes
       Cath. Montreal
Reni-Auguste-Richard - Viger, Hermenie       Maurice -JUCHEREAU Virginie
                                          d. duchenay

Louise Sabourine knew her.

More About HERMIONE-MARIE-CECILE HUBERT:
Fact 1: 3rd childest & oldest daughter (SOTS)


  iv.   GABRIELLE HUBERT, m. ROBERT TASCHEREAU, April 25, 1899, Montreal.

  Notes for ROBERT TASCHEREAU:
Montreal Lawyer served as Chairman of the Quebec Workmens Compensation Board

Marriage Notes for GABRIELLE HUBERT and ROBERT TASCHEREAU:
HUBERT Gabrielle              TACHEREAU Andre              n.d. Montreal
Aug. - Viger Hermine       PANET Henri Thomas-PACAUD Severine
                                          25 Apr 1899





  v.   AUGUSTE HUBERT.

  vi.   MARIE LOUISE HUBERT, m. ALEXANDER M. ROLLAND, June 5, 1895, Notre Dame, Montreal.

  Notes for MARIE LOUISE HUBERT:
Later lived in Quebec City
Louise Sabourin knew slightly



  vii.   DELPHINE HUBERT, m. D. M. SEXTON.

  Notes for DELPHINE HUBERT:
Louise knows



  viii.   EUGENIE HUBERT, b. January 14, 1865, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; d. September 26, 1934, Alexandria, Ontario, Canada; m. ALEXANDER GEORGE FRASER MACDONALD, April 15, 1890, Notre Dame, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

  Notes for EUGENIE HUBERT:
Glengarry News
Auld Lang Syne

Eighty Years Ago
Friday, Nov 5, 1915

Members of the Red Cross Society met in Alexander Hall, on Saturday, with Mrs. Duncan McLennan in the chair, when the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: Vice-pres., Mrs. A. G. F. Macdonald; sec. Treas., Mrs. Duncan A. Macdonald; distributing convener, Mrs. D. A. Mcarthur; assistants, Mrs. D. S. Noad, Mrs. J. T. Schell, Mrs. T. J. Gormley; cutting convener, Miss Costello; assistants: Mrs. J. A. Cameron, Mrs. E. Stimson, Mrs J. B. Lauzon.

Glengarry News
Auld Lang Syne


Louise Sabourin describes Eugenie as a pretty lady, soft-spoken, gentle,
beloved by her large family, beloved by her friends - spoke endearments
to Louise in french though she was completely bilingual - a wonderful
cook - she did her own cooking even though there was a large house staff
(3 maids) "My father (Donald A.) adored her as did all her family."
Louise Sabourin knew:Gabrielle, Hermoine, Delphine & slightly Marie
Louise (Quebec City)


More About EUGENIE HUBERT:
Fact 1: Alexandria, Ontario, Canada

Notes for ALEXANDER GEORGE FRASER MACDONALD:
Auld Lang Syne        Fri., March 27, 1896
A. G. F. Macdonald of this place was on Thursday last elected a member of the executive of the Ontario Federation of Liberal Clubs, now one year old.

AULD LANG SYNE
Glengarry News


Fri, Sept 2, 1910

On Friday afternoon a series of tennis sets between Vankleek Hill and Alexandria took place on A. G. F. Macdonald's tennis court. The victory went to the Hill players, who included Messrs. E. Mooney, J. Labrosse, J.L. McLaurin, A. Colquhoun, S. Bancroft and D. McIntosh.




From my Aunt Louise's letter of Sept 95
Grandpa Macdonald was another story- severe, military bearing and
military discipline, tolerated us children when we were about (we feared
him) and yet he was good to us. Looking back to those years I would
suggest that he became embittered with all after his wife whom he loved
dearly, died and he began to fail himself, a lost man, very religious,
church goer, daily mass. I do not remember him coming to our house very
often, but I have a picture on my first communion and my two
grandfathers are with me in it, so he must have come on special
occasions. He lost his daughter Catherine in 1935 (?) and that was a
second blow to him and all the sisters and brothers - lots of tragedy
through the years." AGF in his last years thought his grand-daughter
Louise was Louise de Lobitniere Macdonald, a student at the sacred Heart
Convent with Eugenie Hubert - she introduced Col. AGF to Eugenie.


AGF - Royal Canadian Legion



Royal Canadian Legion formed at Alexandria in 1946. The name of branch is The Colonel A. G. F. Macdonald Memorial Branch 423

ahosgdc45-78
pg 438

Auld Lang Syne Friday, May 8, 1896
The Star Lacrosse Club was organized on Saturday night at a meeting of enthusiasts when the following officers were appointed: Pres A. G. F. Macdonald Vice-Pres., J. O. Mooney; Treas, W. A. McCrae Committee: J. R. Proctor, D. A. L. Macdonald, E. P. Moorhouse, L. C. Harris, P. Leslie, W. J. Simpson F. E. Charron, W. Cattanach, L. Ke,p and T. Welsh.

AGF - Royal Canadian Legion



Royal Canadian Legion formed at Alexandria in 1946. The name of branch is The Colonel A. G. F. Macdonald Memorial Branch 423

ahosgdc45-78
pg 438

Auld Lang Syne
Wednesday, May 21, 1985 Wednesday, May 28, the Royal Canadian Legion's Col. A. G F. Macdonald Branch 423 in Alexandria commemorates the branch founding May 28, 1946.

Auld Lang Syne
Fri., March 20, 1896
Messrs George Hearnden, F. T. Costello and A. G. F. Macdonald were delegates to the Liberal Convention at Ottawa yesterday.

Auld Lang Syne
Fri., March 27, 1896
A. G. F. Macdonald of this place was on Thursday last elected a member of the executive of the Ontario Federation of Liberal Clubs, now one year old.




More About ALEXANDER GEORGE FRASER MACDONALD:
Fact 1: Buried at Alexandria, Ontario, Canada
Fact 2: Soldier, Newspaperman
Fact 3: 1892, Started Glengarry News

Marriage Notes for EUGENIE HUBERT and ALEXANDER MACDONALD:
Hubert, Justine McDonald Fraser
Rene - Viger, Hermine
n.d. Montreal, 15 Apr 1890





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