Less We Forget Poppy


The Life and Times of Hubert Brooks M.C. C.D.
A Canadian Hero

Less We Forget Poppy


APPENDIX A – EXTENDED BROOKS FAMILY GENEALOGY

A 5.0 L.A.E. ROUSSEAU FAMILY and MANITOBA

A   5.0.0 Early Life Prior to Arriving in Manitoba

Louis Rousseau's eldest child Louis Albert Ephrem (aka "L.A.E.") Rousseau was born 31-Oct-1847 in Saint Isidore, Dorchester, PQ, Canada where he was also baptised. Godparents were: Michel Rousseau and Marie Anne Brochu. Ephrem lived with his family in Ste-Germaine du Lac-Etchemin sub-district of Dorchester East in his early years -- see section 3.2.4

Ephrem (pronounced "Effrum") married Mary Virginie Gagne (b. 11- Feb-1849) on 13 Jan 1873 in St Claire, Québec, Canada.

The couple would have 2 children in Quebec; Albertine and Albert.

Ephrem and family moved from St. Claire Quebec to the USA, crossing the border at Moose River, Maine December of 1876 and settling in Rye Beach N.H. at least until late 1878. (see Section 4.0.3)

Son Achille was born on March 3, 1878 in Rye Beach, New Hampshire.

At some point (date unknown) LAE and family moved to Allendale Township of ND to join his father, mother and brothers and sisters who had moved there from Quebec.

LAE, then going by the anglizied name of Lewis A.E. Brooks, took the first step in applying for US citizenship in Grand Forks, N.D. March 21, 1879. (see Section 4.0.3) The family appeared in the 1880 US Census living in Allendale Township, Grand Forks County. The families land in Allendale Township was close to father Louis, and sister Clara and her husband Eugene Turcotte.

Son Arthur was born in Dakota Territory approximately in the year 1879.

A   5.1.0 LAE Rousseau & Family in Manitoba

In 1885 the family moved back to Canada ending up in Manitoba. Why the family left Allendale Township in ND is not known.

The family appeared in the 1891 (see image at right), the 1901, 1906, and 1911 Canada Census in Provencher District, St. Boniface Sub-District of Manitoba (Mariapolis Village MacDonald Electoral District, Manitoba) where Ephrem was listed as a retired farmer. (see also alternative 1911 Census view)

When L.A.E. moved back to Canada (St. Boniface Manitoba and then the rural municipality of Lorne) he reverted the name from Brooks back to Rousseau and also resumed using the first name Ephrem.

Brief History of L.A.E. Rousseau Family in Mariapolis, Mn

Famille Rousseau by Fortinat Robidoux
(Fortinat arrived from St. Constant, PQ in 1914)
Memories of Lorne 1880 - 1980, a History of the Municipality Office,
pages 603-4, 1980

RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Brief History of LAE Rousseau Family in Mariapolis, Mn
1891 Canada Census for L.A.E. Rousseau Family
Provencher District, Sub-District: Ville de St. Boniface, Manitoba
Header for 1891 Canada Census
LAE Rousseau Family in Canada 1891 Census
Photo of LAE and Virginie Rousseau
1911 Census of Canada
Mariapolis Village
MacDonald District, Mn
about Virginie Rousseau
NameVirginie Rousseau
Marital Status: Married
Age62
Birth DateFeb 1849
Birthplace:Quebec
Spouse's Name:L A E Rousseau
ProvinceManitoba
DistrictMacDonald (page 19)
District Number18
Sub-District Number2
Place of Habitation:Lot 15, ?Blk 1?, St Anne Street
Household Members: 
Name:Age / Birth Month-Yr
L D C (should be LAE) Rousseau63 / Oct 1847
Virginie Rousseau62 / Feb 1849
Angeline Rousseau26 / Nov 1884
Anna Rousseau (teacher)18 / July 1892
Albert Rousseau (priest)35 / Oct 1875
Daughter: Albertine Girardin37 / Jan 1874
Grand-Daughter: Gabrielle Girardin17 / Sept 1893
IMAGE of 1921 Canada Census for Eugenie Rousseau

By 1921 ( as of June 1, 1921), the Canada Census recorded Virginie as Eugenie and had her living with her son Rev. JAE Rousseau in his Parish home. HOWEVER this was a transcription error from the poor Census taker's handwriting to the summary document shown below. Looking at the original "Virginie" can be seen. Clearly Ephrem had passed away by this time. (SEE IMAGE at right for 1921 Canada Census extract.)

IMAGE of 1921 Canada Census for Virginie Rousseau

A   5.2.0 Children of Ephrem and Virginie Rousseau

The couple were to have 10 children, however 4 died at a very early age.

The 6 surviving children of Ephrem and Virginie Rousseau were:

  1. Marie Josephine Albertine Rousseau
  2. Mary Joseph Albert Rousseau
  3. Louis Achille (Archie) Rousseau
  4. Arthur Brooks
  5. Mary Josephine Angeline Rousseau
  6. Anna Maria Rousseau

A   5.2.1 Daughter Marie Josephine Albertine Rousseau

Daughter Marie Josephine Albertine Rousseau (b. abt. Jan 2, 1874). Baptized in St-Nicolas, Québec.

Albertine would marry ( Manitoba Registration Number: 1891,002056) on June 15, 1891 at S. Norfolk (St. Alphonse), Manitoba to Olivier Girardin (b. January 22, 1861 to Paul and Louise Girardin).

Albertine (Rousseau) Girardin Family History

from Hills of Home, 1892 St. Gerard Parish 1992, Treasured Memories of Bruxelles
by Bruxelles History Book Committee, 1992

RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Albertine (Rousseau) Girardin Family History
P. 467of Memories of Lorne 1880 - 1980 has the following entry for the Girardin family
Girardin, Olivier: 1898, Farmer, Bruxelles, ward 2
Owner, resident, SE 32-6-11
160 acres, assessment 480 acres
30 acres under cultivation
2 days statute labor $3.00
land patented
married, 1 male, 1 female (presumably Arthur and Albertine)
single - 5 females, Roman Catholic (presumably 1st 5 daughters on list below)
3 horses, 1 cow, 4 pigs
1888 - homestead SE 32-6-11
 
Girardin, Napoleon - relative?
NE 36-6-12, H. 1885
 
thanks to Annette Verniest of Holland, Manitoba for the above extract
June 15, 1891 Church Marriage Record for Albertine Rousseau and Olivier Girardin

RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Church Marriage Record for Albertine Rousseau and Olivier Girardin

The couple would have several children in Bruxelles and St Boniface

  1. Maria on May 19, 1892; Bruxelles
  2. Gabrielle on Sept 5, 1893; Bruxelles
  3. Louise April 10, 1895; Bruxelles
  4. Bertha on July 1896; Bruxelles
  5. Antoinette on Feb 22, 1898; Bruxelles
  6. twin: Albert on Aug 25, 1899 ; St. Boniface
  7. twin: Josephine on Aug 25, 1899 ; St. Boniface

However by 1900 Albertine and Olivier would loose 6 of their 7 children to influenza, diphtheria and scarlet fever epidemics. Daughter Gabrielle was the only child spared.

The physical and mental suffering resulting from the tragic loss of 6 of their 7 children pushed their marriage to the breaking point and the couple separated - however seeing each other from time to time.

Marie Josephine Albertine Girardin would die in Lorne, Manitoba on Oct 24, 1922 at the age of 48 years, 9 months and 22 days. ( Manitoba Registration Number: 1922,038370) (This would put her birth date as Jan 2, 1874)

Olivier Giradin died in St Boniface at the age of 71 years and 9 days on Jan 29, 1931. ( Manitoba Registration Number: 1931,014054).

Both Albertine and Oliver are buried in Maripolis cemetery.

Oct 24, 1922 Church Death Record for Albertine (Rousseau) Girardin
NOTE Signatures to Church Death Record:
Brother JAE (aka Albert) Rousseau presiding priest
Husband Olivier Girardin
Daughter Sister Gabriel Archange (Gabrielle Rousseau)
Sister Angeline (Rousseau) Poirier and her husband Arthur and mother-in-law Elise
Sister Anna (Rousseau) Belcourt and her husband Eugene

RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Church Death Record for Albertine (Rousseau) Girardin
Jan 29, 1931 Church Death Record for Olivier Girardin
NOTE Signatures to Church Death Record:
Daughter Sister Gabriel Archange (Gabrielle Rousseau)
Son Albert Girardin and his wife
Daughter Josephine Girardin
Sister-in-law Angeline (Rousseau) Poirier and her husband Arthur

RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Church Death Record for Olivier Girardin
A   5.2.1.1 Surviving Grand Daughter Gabrielle Rousseau

Gabrielle, when only five, was placed in St. Joseph Academy in St. Boniface. (see article above re Gabrielle.)

Records showed Gabrielle (aged 12) as a "boarder" in the July 1906 Canada Census (scroll to the right, line 36) in what appears as a convent in Ste Rose du Lac, Manitoba (along with Anna Rousseau and others).
See also for alternative 1906 Census of Manitoba.

The 1911 Census of Canada table extract ABOVE showed her living in the house of LAE and Virginie Rousseau.

Gabrielle enetered the order of les Soeurs des Saints Noms de Jesus et de Marie in 1913. and was called Sister Gabriel Archange. After a lengthy illness, Sister Gabriel Archange died on Sept 15, 1990 and is buried in the St. Boniface cemetery.

IMAGE of 1921 Canada Census for Rev JAE Rousseau

A   5.2.2 Son Mary Joseph Albert Rousseau

Son Mary Joseph Albert Rousseau (aka Joseph Albert Ephrem Rousseau) who was born in Saint Claire Québec on 30-October 1875 and was ordained as a priest in St. Boniface Manitoba on 22-October-1899. He was pastor of Mariapolis, Manitoba from 1907 until his death in 1929.

According to (Rev.) Léonce Aubin, Chancellor, Winnipeg Catholic Archdiocese; Joseph Albert Ephrem Rousseau who was born in Saint Claire Quebec on 30-October 1875 and was ordained as a priest in St. Boniface Manitoba on 22-October-1899.

Father Rousseau was the first diocesan priest to be pastor of l’Assumption de la Bienheureuse Vierge Marie in Mariapolis, Manitoba.

As an aside; the Mariapolis Our Lady of Assumption Roman Catholic Church (l’Assumption de la Bienheureuse Vierge Marie) was built in 1908; the rectory, now the Post Office and the grocery store was built in 1914, and the cemetery dates back to 1905. Mariapolis is located just inside the West border of the Pembina Valley in Manitoba.

Before 1907,it was Religious priests who served as pastors in Mariapolis: les Chanoines Réguliers de l’Immaculée-Conception (or the Regular Canons of the Immaculate Conception).

According to the 1921 Canada Census ( as of June 1, 1921) Albert's mother Euginie ( aka Virginie - see above) was living with him at the time. Also the "widowed" handle from Virginie has been mistakenly transfered to Albert.

Albert was pastor in Mariapolis, from 1907 until 1929 or rather until his death. He died on March 3, 1929.

Photo of Paster Albert Rousseau
Photo Coutesy: Jeannine Brooks Roy
Photo: Partial Photo and Information on Father Joseph Albert Ephrem Rousseau
Mariapolis “Lady of Assumption” Catholic Church (2010)
Photo: Mariapolis “Lady of Assumption” Catholic Church (2010)
Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Circa July 2013

Photo Courtesy: Annette Verniest of Holland, Manitoba
Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Circa July 2013
Original Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Rectory
built for Father Rousseau

Photo Courtesy: Annette Verniest of Holland, Manitoba from Mariapolis's History Book
Original Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Rectory  built for Father Rousseau
Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Rectory Circa July 2013
Originally Built by Father Rousseau - now a Canada Post Office for the Town

Photo Courtesy: Annette Verniest of Holland, Manitoba
Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Rectory Circa July 2013

 

Entrance to Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Cemetery
(marsh seen in background behind trees)

Photo Courtesy: Annette Verniest of Holland, Manitoba
(her great uncle, Adelard Gaboury, signed the JAE Rousseau death entry below)
Entrance to Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Cemetery
Updated July 2013 Photo of Entrance to Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Cemetery
Father Rousseau's Grave is right below the Cross in Center of Photo

Photo Courtesy: Annette Verniest of Holland, Manitoba
Entrance to Mariapolis Manitoba Roman Catholic Church Cemetery 2

 

Pastor Albert Rousseau died on March 3, 1929 at St. Rock Hospital in St Boniface, Manitoba at the age of 53 ( Manitoba Registration Number: Registration Number: 1929,014038).
(Although cemetery headstone - see below- says March 4, 1929.)
He is buried in Our Lady of Assumption cemetery in Mariapolis, Manitoba.

Mar 7, 1929 Church Death Record for Paster J. Albert E. Rousseau
Date of Death March 3, 1929
NOTE Signatures to Church Death Record:
Sister Angeline (Rousseau) Poirier and her husband Arthur


RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Church Death Record for Paster J. Albert E.  Rousseau Prt 1
        Church Death Record for Paster J. Albert E.  Rousseau Prt 2
Cemetery Headstone for Curé J. Albert E. Rousseau
Buried Mariapolis Manitoba located Our Lady of Assumption Cemetery

Photo Courtesy: Annette Verniest of Holland, Manitoba
Cemetery Headstone for Curé J. Albert E.  Rousseau

A   5.2.3 Son Louis Achille Rousseau

Son Louis Achille Rousseau (b.March 3, 1878 in Rye Beach, New Hampshire) (however 1877 per tombstone).

Perhaps confusingly, Canadian Immigration records indicate Achille immigrated to Canada in 1899. (his father arrived in 1885).

Achille appears (line 18) in the 1901 Census of Canada in District 163 Laval Sub-District P of Quebec as an "interne" - along with 40+ others headed by a "Chef Superior".

The Rev. Achille Rousseau was ordained to the Jesuits, June 28, 1916. Achille (age 33, b. Mar 1878, occupation: priest) and appeared in the Canada 1911 Census (line 7) as a Jesuit Father at St. Boniface College on Provencher Ave headed by Jesuit Father Superior Joseph Carrière. He was located in the electoral district of Provencher, District Number 21, Sub-District: St. Boniface, Sub-District Number 45.

Archbishop Mathieu of Regina accepted him into the Archdiocese of Regina, Saskatchewan in August of 1927. Father Achille Rousseau was appointed first parish priest of Cadillac on August 26, 1927. On October 23 the first church for the town was completed. He was Pastor in Cadillac SK from 1927-1953, and also served Frenchville for 7 years and Admiral (where he celebrated mass each Saturday). During his stay he was able to clear the parish of its debt and started a building fund for the rectory. Cadillac became part of the newly formed Diocese of Gravelbourg - July 27, 1930. He retired to St. Boniface (Manitoba) in 1953.

Father Achille Rousseau was one of the priests who officiated at the funeral of Nellie Brooks Bolstad (and was listed as a cousin). (see Section 17)

Remarkably, he never visited his brother or his parents in Mariapolis, Man.

Achille died April 1, 1969 (at Tache Hospital) at 91 years of age. See separate biography on Achille below.

SOURCE: 1930-1935 Gravelbourg History Book page 18
with thanks to: Susan Klein, Ecumenical Commission Chair, Archives, Archdiocese of Regina
Photo: Achille Rousseau Bio Summary
Pere Achille Rousseau S.J. Headstone 1877-1969
St Boniface Cathedral Roman Catholic Cemetery, Winnipeg City, MB
NOTE: Birth Year 1877 on Tombstone thought to be incorrect - should be 1878 per census and card references
Photo: Achille Rousseau Headstone
SOURCE:1930-1935 Gravelbourg History Book page 200
with thanks to: Susan Klein, Ecumenical Commission Chair, Archives, Archdiocese of Regina
An excerpt of the following also appears in Cadillac’s History Book called “Prairie Heritage” © 1987 in the Section entitled " Our Lady of Confidence Cadillac Roman Catholic Church", pages 110-111
Photo: Achille Rousseau Story 1
Photo: Achille Rousseau Story 2
Photo: Achille Rousseau Story 3

A   5.2.4 Son Arthur Brooks

Son Arthur Brooks (b.~ 1879 in Dakota Territory) and was noted in the 1880 US Federal Census for Allendale Township of Grand Forks County, N.D..
By the 1891 Canada Census for St. Boniface, Arthur was no longer listed - so most likely died early 1880s.

A   5.2.5 Daughter Mary Josephine Angeline Rousseau

Daughter Mary Josephine Angeline (b. Nov 2, 1884) and was baptised at St Michael's Catholic Church, Grand Forks, N.D. (see below) (Don't however understand the Canada 1891 Census data on her age.) Mary Josephine ANGELINE Baptism Certificate
Angeline would marry Arthur Poirier (b. ~ March 1880) (son of Fabien Poirier of New Brunswick and Elise Dumontier of Quebec) on May 24, 1921 in the Rural Municipality of Lorne, Manitoba (REGISTRATION NUMBER: 1921,034664). The 1921 Canada Census indicated that Arthur was born in Manitoba, he was a widower, and that his occupation was " Arbra Garage".

May 24, 1921 Church Marriage Record for Angeline Rousseau and Arthur Poirier
Pastor at Service was Albertine's brother J.A.E. (aka Albert) Rousseau
Arthur's Mother Elise, also Present

RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Church Marriage Record for Angeline Rousseau and Arthur Poirier
IMAGE of 1921 Canada Census for Angeline Poirier

ASIDE: It would seem that Arthur's father Fabien had died in 1896 and this is the reason his name is not a signator to Arthur and Angeline's wedding record.
In fact in the Canada 1901 Cenus Elise appears with the occupation of a "servant" and in 1906 living as the head of a household with son Arthur and daughters Melina, Eugenie and Anne and then in 1911, living in her son Arthur's house.
In 1901 Arthur was listed as "domestic" in another household.)

Cemetery Headstone at Mariapolis Mn Roman Catholic Cemetery for:
Angeline (Rousseau) Poirier
her husband: Arthur Poirier
Arthur's father: Fabien Poirier
Arthur's mother: Elise Poirier

Photo Courtesy: Annette Verniest of Holland, Manitoba
Cemetery Headstone for Angeline (Rousseau) Poirier and husband Arthur

A   5.2.6 Daughter Anna Maria Rousseau

Daughter Anna Maria Rousseau was born July 27, 1892 in Manitoba.

Anna would marry Joseph Eugene Belcourt on Oct 27, 1920 in Lorne, Manitoba. (Registration Number: 1920,05620).
Eugene Joseph Belcourt (b. Nov 16, 1894) (d. 1955) was the son of Joseph Wilbroad Belcourt and Rosaline Marie Demers (daughter of Marie Georgiana (Rousseau) Demers) (see section 2.0 Vii on Marie Georgiana Rousseau).
Eugene Joseph enlisted for WW I.

Oct 27, 1920 Church Marriage Record for Anna Rousseau and Eugene Belcourt
NOTE Signatures to Church Marriage Record:
Pastor at Service was Anna's brother JAE (aka Albert) Rousseau
Eugene and Anna
Eugene's Grandfather Casimere Demers and his wife
Eugene's Father J. Wilbrod Belcourt
Eugene's Mother Rosalie (daughter of Marie Georgiana (Rousseau) Demers)
Sister Mrs Olivier Girardin (aka Albertine (Rousseau) Girardin)
Sister Angeline Rousseau

RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Church Marriage Record for Anna Rousseau and Eugene Belcourt

The 1925 North Dakota State Census had Eugene and Anna living with Eugene's father and mother and their still-at-home children in North Dakota.
The 1930 US Census would indicate that the couple had immigrated to the US in 1920 and that they were living in Richburg, Bottineau, North Dakota.
Anna (age 47) and Eugene (age 45) Belcourt would turn up in the 1940 US Census living in Sergius, Bottineau, North Dakota the same house that they'd lived in during 1935.
Anna had become a naturalized US citizen.      
The 1940 Census indicated that Anna, had completed 8th grade of elementary school, and had had 10 children 6 of whom appeared in the 1940 Census.

The known children of the Belcourt's are as follows:

  1. Luna Belcourt (b. abt 1918)
  2. Guyman Belcourt (b. abt 1922)
  3. Ephrem J. Belcourt (b. abt 1922)
  4. Arthur J. Belcourt (b. abt 1926)
  5. Bertha Belcourt (b. abt 1927) (did not appear in 1940 Census whereas other children did)
  6. Albert J. Belcourt (b. abt 1928)
  7. Lawrence Belcourt (b. abt 1930)
  8. Loretta M. Belcourt (b. abt 1931)
  9. Alfred J. Belcourt (b. abt 1933)

According to the Social Security Death Index, Anna would die April 1967 while living at 58318 Bottineau, Bottineau, North Dakota.

A   5.3.0 Deaths of Ephrem and Virginie Rousseau

According to The Province of Manitoba Vital Statistics Genealogy Searches for Unrestricted Records web site (Enter Rousseau and Lorne), LOUIS ALBERT EPHREM ROUSSEAU died at the age of 72 on July 18, 1920 in Lorne, Manitoba (Registration Number: 1920,039123).

Extract from Page 95 of 1920 Death Record Book
for Mariapolis Our Lady of Assumption Roman Catholic Church, Mariapolis, Mb showing
a July 23, 1920 Entry for the July 18, 1920 Death of Louis Albert Ephrem Rousseau

NOTE: Some of the other family members present signing the death entry;
son JAE (ie Albert) Rousseau
wife Virginie Gagé
daughter Marie Albertine (Rousseau) Girardin
daughter Angeline Rousseau
daughter Anna Rousseau
sister Georgiana Rousseau Demers (which she writes as Georgianna (Rousseau) Demerse)
sister Clara (Rousseau) Turcotte
niece Georgiana (Turcotte) McManus (Clara's daughter) and her husband
nephew Lewis Turcotte - son of sister Clara
Alfred Plante - husband to Sister Flora Rousseau

RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Death Record for LAE (Ephrem) Rousseau

The same web site, has L.A.E.'s wife VIRGINIE ROUSSEAU dying at the age of 77 on January 29, 1927 in Lorne, Manitoba. ( Manitoba Registration Number:Registration Number: 1927,005119).

Extract from Page 138 of 1927 Death Record Book
for Mariapolis Our Lady of Assumption Roman Catholic Church, Mariapolis, Mb showing
a Feb 4, 1927 Entry for the Januray 29, 1927 Death of Dme LAE Rousseau née Virginie Gagné

NOTE: Both sons J.A.E. (ie Albert) Rousseau and Achille Rousseau signed the death notice.

NOTE: Some of the other family members present signing the death entry;
Sister Gabriel Archange aka Grand Daughter Gabrielle Rousseau
Angeline Poirier aka Daughter Angeline Rousseau and her husband
Anna Belcourt aka Anna Rousseau and her husband

RECORD Extract Courtesy: Mary Ann from Swan Lake Catholic Centre (Saint Martin of Tours)
Death Record for Virginie Rousseau

 

Cemetery Headstone for L.A. Ephrem Rousseau and his wife Virginie Gagne
Buried Mariapolis Manitoba at Our Lady of Assumption Cemetery

Inscription Reads as follows: (zoom in to read clearly)
Louis A E Rousseau
Ne Le 30 Oct. 1847
Decede
Le 18 Juillet 1920

Et Son Epouse

Virginie Gagne
Nee Le 11 Fev. 1849
Decedee
Le 29 Jan. 1927

Photo Courtesy: Annette Verniest of Holland, Manitoba
Cemetery Headstone for L.A. Ephrem  Rousseau and his wife Virginie Gagne



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