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Defnet, Mary A.; Ducat, Jean; Eggerickx, Thierry; Poulain, Michel / From Grez-Doiceau to Wisconsin : contribution à l'étude de l'émigration wallonne vers les États-Unis d'Amérique au XIXème siècle
(1986)

[Photographs],   pp. 55-62 PDF (2.4 MB)


Page 62

62                                                FROM GREZ-DOICEAU TO WISCONSIN
   Cette statue de la Sainte Vierge fia apportée aux Etats-Unis,
en
1853, par Martin
   FA QUE et sa femme, Marie Thér~se RALUF.   Après
leur mort,
en 1885, la statue fia
   conservée par leur fils, Alphonse FA QUE, et sa femme, Stéphanie
TABORDON.
   Lorsque Alphonse et Stéphanie moururent, en 1911, elle passa
à
leur fils, Victor
   FA QUE, et sa femme, Nettie BREDAEL. En 1966, elle fia donnée
au
fils de Victor et
   Nettie, Quintal FA QUE, et sa femme, Lucy L4MPEREUR.  Actuellement, Quintal
   PAQUE est encore en possession de la Statue. Quintal PAQUE, 256 South
Henry
   Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin 54302.
MEMORANDUM from Me FA QUE Family:
This statue of t/w Blessed Virgin was brought to Me United States in t/w
year 1853
by Martin FA QUE and his w~fe, Marie Therese RAIE)'.  After they died, 1885,
t/w
statue was kept by their son, Alphonse PAQUE and his w~fe, Stephanie TABORDON.
When Alphonse and Stephanie died, 1911, it passed on their son, Victor FA
QUE and
his wy'e, Nettie BREDAEL.  In t/w year 1966, it was given to Victor and Netties
son, Quintal FA QUE and his w~fe, Lucy L4MPEREUR.    Fresently, t/w statue
~s still
in t/w possession of Quintal FA QUE, 256 South Henry Street, Green.Bay, Wisconsin
54302.


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