Stanislas Tanis Stanley Landry

M 1874 - 1918  (43 années)


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  • Nom Stanislas Tanis Stanley Landry 
    Naissance 14 oct 1874  St-Paul, Joliette, QC Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [1
    Baptême 14 oct 1874  St-Paul, (St-Paul), Joliette, QC Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [1
    • Stanislas Landry 14101874 14101874 St-Paul, (St-Paul), Joliette, QC Parents: Gilbert Landry Virginie Forest Parrain/Marraine: Stanislas Landry et Denise Jette .
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    Résidence 1897  Dawson City, Yukon Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [2
    Résidence 10 fév 1899  Dawson City, (Ste-Marie), Yukon Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [3
    • Témoin à la sépulture de John Hugues.
    Occupation 1903  [1
    Propriétaire de mines 
    • À son mariage on le dit Propriétaire de mines à Dominion Creek près de Dawson .
    Résidence 1905  California Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [2
    Résidence 1906  Dawson Creek, Peace River, Colombie-Britannique Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [2
    Recensement 1911  Richelieu, Rouville, QC Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [4
    • 17 16 Landry Stanislas M Head M Oct 1874 36
      18 16 Landry Poydelaine F Wife M Jul 1886 24
      19 16 Landry Nalda M Son S May 1906 5
      20 16 Landry Walter M Son S May 1906 5
      21 16 Landry Rachelle F Daughter S Dec 1909 1
      Archives Canada le nomme Staniolas Landey.
    Numéro # #12850 
    Résidence 1911  Landry District, Peace River, Colombie-Britannique Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
    Ancêtre Descendants de René le cadet #5 
    Décès 1918  Spirit River, Alberta Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [2
    ID personne I12850  Landry
    Dernière modif. 24 jan 2019 

    Père Gilbert André Landry,   n. 15 mars 1827, L'Assomption, L'Assomption, QC Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu,   d. 5 juil 1875, St-Paul, Joliette, QC Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  (âge 48 années) 
    Mère Virginie Forest,   n. 15 sept 1836, Province de Québec Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu 
    Mariage 20 jan 1863  St-Paul, Joliette, QC Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [1, 5
    • Dispense du second degré d'affinité.
      Le pére de Gilbert Landry, Jean-Baptiste, est le frère de Céleste Landry, la mère du premier époux, Médard Brien-Desrochers, de sa 2e épouse Virginie Forest. Alors Gilbert épouse la veuve de son cousin germain.
    ID Famille F5106  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau de famille

    Famille Joséphine Raphaelle Grossinger,   n. 21 juil 1886, Windsor, Richmond, QC Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu,   d. 1966  (âge 79 années) 
    Mariage 28 nov 1903  Montréal, (Marie-Reine-du-Monde-et-St-Jacques cathédrale), QC Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  [1, 5
    Enfants 
     1. Joseph Waldo Landry,   n. 13 oct 1904, Dawson City, Yukon Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu
     2. Stanley Punch Walter Landry,   n. 29 mai 1906, Sacramento, California Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu,   d. 7 jan 1993, Dawson Creek, Peace River, Colombie-Britannique Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  (âge 86 années)
     3. Rachel Freck Marie Lucienne Lillian Landry,   n. 20 déc 1909, Richelieu, Richelieu, QC Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu,   d. 31 déc 1975, Dawson Creek, Peace River, Colombie-Britannique Trouvez tous les individus avec un évènement dans ce lieu  (âge 66 années)
    Portraits
    Registre de mariage Stanislas Landry
    Registre de mariage Stanislas Landry
    Dernière modif. 9 avr 2019 
    ID Famille F6385  Feuille familiale  |  Tableau de famille

  • Portraits
    Registr de baptême Stanley Landry
    Registr de baptême Stanley Landry
    Recensement 1911 Stanley Landry
    Recensement 1911 Stanley Landry

  • Notes 
    • Baptisé Stanislas, Stanley dans l'ouest.
    • Page sur le site de South Peace Historical Society
      http://calverley.ca/article/14-015-the-landry-district/

      14-015: The Landry District By Mrs. Ruth Veiner , 1957
      When the first settlers came to the Landry district they were many and there was someone on nearly every quarter of land. The following took up homesteads in around 1911 and all had to have 10 acres broke the first year they filed.

      Mike O’Rourke Bert Haugen Gus Erikson John Carlson
      Arthur Simpson ? Strous ? ? Norburg ? Bill Flett
      Stanley Landry Lucien Grossinger D. McKinnan Carl Carlson
      Jim McDonald H. Carlon ? ? McCormick Ed Harding
      John Harding Lon Harding Jack Bruce B. Coutts
      WW Ross F. Seymour T. Loonam J Prudham
      ? Massey R. Dunsmuir ? Hedberg

      Land was worked with horses and a walking plow. John Carlson broke land with a team of oxen and a saddle horse with which he did custom breaking. The taxes were about $6 a quarter section after the land was proved up.

      The shorter route into the district was the Edson Trial which settlers used in the winter months but were unable to use in the summer because of the muskegs on it. In the summer the Grouard Trail was used — this took the settlers across the Dunvegan crossing on the Peace River. All the supplies were hauled in from Edmonton.

      There were no Doctors or Nurses so “Aunt Kate” or Mrs. Edwards helped anyone who was ill. She was also Doctor for many sick animals in the district for many years.

      Stan Landry built coffins and his wife Mrs. Landry was undertaker until the mid-1920’s. There was no graveyard then so the deceased was buried in the spot where his family decided.

      The first church for the Landry peoples was the Catholic Church at Pouce Coupe. The first marriage in the district was Babs Sheppard to Howard Atkinson.

      The first grain grown by the settlers was wheat and the first grass was timothy. Threshing was done with a flail until 1914 when Tremblay from Pouce Coupe came with a horse-powered separator with hand feed and straw conveyor. In 1915 and 1916 the grain was taken by horses and wagons or sleigh to Spirit River. The only crossing of the Pouce River was at the Tremblay Crossing until 1917 when the Riley Crossing was made thus making it some shorter.

      Water was hard to get so some settlers dug big shallow wells which caught some of the spring run-off and water from summer rains. This water was used for drinking and washing purposes. Those closer to the river as made a wooden yoke which carried two big pails and in this manner they hauled water by hand up to their homes.

      John Harding and Stanley Landry were the only men with children of school age so in 1917 a school was built. A grant of $150 was given and the remainder was put up by Landry and paid back to him by benefits from dances. Thus the school and the district was named Landry. Peter Pitts was the carpenter with some local help donated. The first children to attend the school were Odie, Nora, Dora, and Ilor Harding; Waldo, Lillian and Stanley Landry and Mary and Emil Leduc who boarded at Landry’s to make enough to open the school. Most of the children rode horses or in winter they came in a toboggan, but the Harding children drove a buggy pulled by a burro.

      The gardens consisted of root crops such as carrots, beets, potatoes, and turnips although one bachelor ventured on celery and succeeded.

      The first land purchased (that is it was not homesteaded) in the Landry district was bought by Ernest Veiner, he also brought to the district with him a large herd of horses.

      The Landry Women’s Institute is celebrating it’s 20th anniversary this year, having been formed in 1937. [6]
    • #12850
      Baptisé Stanislas, Parfois Stanley dans l'ouest.

      "Stan Landry built coffins and his wife Mrs. Landry was undertaker until the mid-1920’s. There was no graveyard then so the deceased was buried in the spot where his family decided.
      The first church for the Landry peoples was the Catholic Church at Pouce Coupe. The first marriage in the district was Babs Sheppard to Howard Atkinson."

      "John Harding and Stanley Landry were the only men with children of school age so in 1917 a school was built. A grant of $150 was given and the remainder was put up by Landry and paid back to him by benefits from dances. Thus the school and the district was named Landry. Peter Pitts was the carpenter with some local help donated. The first children to attend the school were Odie, Nora, Dora, and Ilor Harding; Waldo, Lillian and Stanley Landry and Mary and Emil Leduc who boarded at Landry’s to make enough to open the school. Most of the children rode horses or in winter they came in a toboggan, but the Harding children drove a buggy pulled by a burro."
      Souce: http://calverley.ca/article/14-015-the-landry-district/

  • Sources 
    1. [S987] Microfilms des registres paroissiaux.

    2. [S1770] Internet - Courriel, 10 avril 2018.

    3. [S1243] Rép: Dawson City, Marthe F. Beauregard, (Éditions Bergeron & Fils Montréal, Québec, 1976), Yukon 1.

    4. [S1129] Recens Canada 1911, Collectif, (Bibliothèque et archives Canada - Automated Genealogy - Ancestry).

    5. [S985] Répertoire du registre V1, Divers auteurs, (Divers éditeurs).

    6. [S36] Internet - Divers, http://calverley.ca/article/14-015-the-landry-district/.