Leda Malette – My Grandmother

Leda Robineau (Malette) was my grandmother.  She was born in about 1895, in Ripon (Labelle) Quebec.  She married Leonel Robineau in 1914 in Montpelier , Quebec.  She died in February 1969.

In the 1911 census, these were the family members living with Leda. She was 15 at the time and they lived in Ripon (Labelle). The two listed at over 70 years (Mathias and Elmire) old may be Joseph’s parents:

Joseph Malette  age 42
Alma Malette  age 42
Elzéar Malette  age 17
Daniel Malette  age 16
Leda Malette age 15
Henri Malette  age 13
Avila Malette  age 11
Dolorés Malette  age 6
Alcide Malette   age 4
Paul Emile Malette  age 2
Edna Malette  age 1
Mathias Malette  age 71
Elmire Malette age 75

The attached picture is of Leda (middle of bottom row).  I don’t know who the others are.

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2 Responses to Leda Malette – My Grandmother

  1. Alan Campbell says:

    Hopefully someone will be able to identify the other folks.

    • Roger says:

      Yes, her side of the family has been elusive, although i got a DNA match second cousin from that side of the family yesterday, so that could be good.
      The picture has been posted on a few Facebook groups and the “Societe de L’Outaoais” to no avail. I think this was taken just about the time of her marriage in 1914.

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