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Eulogy for Therese (Gaunt) Charest
Eulogy for Therese (Gaunt) Charest
Eulogy for Therese Gaunt
Written by Therese's oldest daughter Pauline Watson
Delivered at: St. Augustine Church
Date: Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Pauline wrote this beautiful eulogy for her mother as a celebration of her life.  
 
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Family Engagement Announcement
Family Engagement Announcement
Undated newspaper article from New Bedford, Massachusetts, written in French. Shows photos of Armandins Charest, Rose Bourque, Ilphonse (Alphonse) Charest, and Emilie Frechette. Pending translation, this may be a dual engagement announcement. Possible date about 1912 
 
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Family Photo of Martha (Charest) WIlkens, Her Father and four children
Family Photo of Martha (Charest) WIlkens, Her Father and four children
Family Photo of Martha (Charest) Wilkens, Her Father and four children. The family was wishing farewell to Erich Wilkens (Mom's father), who was leaving for a visit to Germany within a few days. Location was Queens, New York, in front of the house Erich was living in at the time.
Names from top left to right;
Martha (Charest) Wilkens, Ronald Charest, Erich Wilkens, Melinda Charest,
Second row, left to right:
Jeffery Charest, Howard Charest
Photo taken Spring 1972 
 
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Family Picture of Extended Fodor Family
Family Picture of Extended Fodor Family
A family picture of the extended Fodor family with other members of the extended Charest family. From top left: Pamela ( ) Charest, Armand Charest, Melinda (Fodor) Charest, Ronald Charest, Lazlo Fodor 
 
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Family Reunion of Martha (Charest) Wilkens Family
Family Reunion of Martha (Charest) Wilkens Family
Family Reunion of Martha (Charest) Wilkens Family. Top Row:
- Howard Charest
- Ronald Charest
- Jeffery Charest

Bottom Row
- Martha (Charest) Wilkens
- Melinda (Fodor) Charest 
 
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Farrell Lines Ship Postcard, Louis George Charest
Farrell Lines Ship Postcard, Louis George Charest
One of the ships Louis George Charest served on as a Merchant Marine Sailor. Farrell Lines Incorporated was named in 1948 after James A. Farrell, Jr., and John J. Farrell, sons of James Augustine Farrell, president of US Steel. The company was previously known as American South African Lines (ASAL). It was a passenger line and cargo line in regular service from New York City to South Africa stopping at Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Durban and Lourenço Marques (Maputo) in Mozambique. The ships were well-appointed and carried about 180 passengers. 
 
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Fencing Certification for Ronald Charest
Fencing Certification for Ronald Charest
Fencing certification awarded to Ronald Charest upon completion of his fencing novice program. Fencing was offered through the local YMCA in Ocean Spring, Mississippi. 21 April 1998 
 
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Frank Watson
Frank Watson
Frank Watson as a senior citizen 
 
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Frank Watson in Navy Uniform
Frank Watson in Navy Uniform
 
 
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Frank Watson on Parade
Frank Watson on Parade
Frank Watson dressed up as a Red Cross doctor, as part of a parade.  
 
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Frank Watson's Memorial Service
Frank Watson's Memorial Service
A 21 minute video of Frank Watson's memorial service, celebrating his life.  
 
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Funeral Card for Eric Wilkens
Funeral Card for Eric Wilkens
Funeral Card for Eric Wilkens 
 
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Funeral Card of Ildephonse Charest
Funeral Card of Ildephonse Charest
Funeral Card of Ildephonse Charest, back side with memorial prayer. 
 
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Funeral Memorial Card for Noella (Papagno) Charest
Funeral Memorial Card for Noella (Papagno) Charest
Funeral Memorial Card for Noella (Papagno) Charest 
 
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Funeral Memorial Card of Ildephonse Charest
Funeral Memorial Card of Ildephonse Charest
Funeral Memorial Card of Ildephonse Charest 
 
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Funeral Urn of Noella (Papagno) Charest
Funeral Urn of Noella (Papagno) Charest
Status: Located; Noella died in Hollywood Florida where she lived for the last 45 years of her life, but she chose to be buried in the Charest family burial plot in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. She was cremated in Florida, and her ashes sent to Rhode Island where a memorial service was held, prior to her ashes interred in the family plot. 
 
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Genealogy of the Charest Family
Genealogy of the Charest Family
A detailed genealogy of the Charest family, as researched by Roger Forbes. Much of his source information comes from French-language documents maintained at the French-American Association, Woonsocket, Rhode Island.  
 
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George and Noella Papagno
George and Noella Papagno
During their retirement years in Hollywood, Florida 
 
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George Papagngo in Florida Retirement
George Papagngo in Florida Retirement
George Papagngo in Florida retirement. 
 
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George Papagno
George Papagno
George Papagno, possibly in the 1950s ? 
 
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George Papagno As A Mailman
George Papagno As A Mailman
George Papagno as a mailman, near his retirement. This would have been taken in Florida. 
 
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George Papagno As Mailman
George Papagno As Mailman
George Papagno as a mailman in Rhode Island, 1963 
 
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George Papagno, One Brother, and Mother
George Papagno, One Brother, and Mother
George Papagno, Brother Dominic, and Mother. 2 February 1944, Woonsocket, Rhode Island 
 
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George Papango
George Papango
George Papagno, while living in a nursing home, shortly before he died.  
 
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German Document Baptismal Certificate for Anna Sackenvitz
German Document Baptismal Certificate for Anna Sackenvitz
German Document with name Anna Sackenvitz, date "11 Februar 1896." The title of this document translates to "Baptismal Certificate." Complete translation required. 
 
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German Document Willy Stolle and Anna Sackenvitz
German Document Willy Stolle and Anna Sackenvitz
German Document Willy Stolle and Anna Sackenvitz, with date 22 Februar 1920. Possibly their marriage certificate. 
 
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German Document: Baptismal Certificate for Willy Franz Stolle
German Document: Baptismal Certificate for Willy Franz Stolle
German Document, with name "Franz Willy," believe to be Willy Franz Stolle, friend of Eric Wilkens. Includes a date of "9 Mori(?) 1895" and "24 Morog(?) 1895." Title translates to baptismal certificate, but requires complete translation. 
 
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German Document: Willy Stolle and Anna Sackenvitz
German Document: Willy Stolle and Anna Sackenvitz
German Document with the names "Willy Stolle," and Anna Sackenvitz. The title of this document translates to "Baptismal Certificate," Date on this document is "20 Februar 1920." This may be a baptismal certificate for thier only child, who died shortly after birth. A full translation is needed. 
 
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German Passport Issued to Martha Alwine Reichelt
German Passport Issued to Martha Alwine Reichelt
German passport photograph of Martha Alwine Reichelt. This is most likely the passport she used to emigrate to the United States. Issued in Dresden, Germany 27 July 1923. 
 
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Good Conduct Award letter
Good Conduct Award letter
A letter from the US Army to parents of John B. Danese, on the occassion of John's Good Conduct Medal award. No date, but John served from 26 May 1942 until 23 Oct 1945. 
 
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Gravestone for Armand Charest
Gravestone for Armand Charest
Status: Located; Gravestone for Armand Charest, Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, California 
 
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Headstone for Frank Watson
Headstone for Frank Watson
Frank Watson was buried in Sacramento Valley National Cemetery, Dixon, California. Frank was buried with full military honors by a Navy honor guard.  
 
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Headstone for Louis George Charest and Eloria (Charest) Lussier
Headstone for Louis George Charest and Eloria (Charest) Lussier
Status: Located; Headstone for Louis George Charest and Eloria (Charest) Houle. They were buried together with the parents of Eloria Lussier. 
 
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Headstone for Willy Stolle and Anna (Stolle) Sackenitz
Headstone for Willy Stolle and Anna (Stolle) Sackenitz
Status: Located; Headstone for Willy and Anna Sackenitz, New Prospect Cemetery, outside of Pine Bush, New York  
 
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Headstone of Danese Family
Headstone of Danese Family
Status: Located; John B. Danese was buried with his family in Saint Jean-Baptiste Catholic Cemetery, Bellingham, Massachusetts 
 
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Headstone of Danese Family Second side
Headstone of Danese Family Second side
Status: Located; The second side of the Danese family Headstone. John B. Danese was buried here with his family 
 
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History - Erich Bernhardt Wilkens
History - Erich Bernhardt Wilkens
A history of the life of Erich Bernhardt Wilkens, written by his oldest grandson Ronald Charest. The source of information in this story is oral family stories.  
 
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History of Louis George Charest
History of Louis George Charest
A history of the life of Louis George Charest. As written from brief interviews late in his life, and recollections of his family members.  
 
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History of Willy Stolle
History of Willy Stolle
A short history of Willy Franz Stolle. Willy was close friends to Eric Bernhardt Wilkens. Willy and his wife Anna were Godparents to Eric and Martha's daughter Martha Herta. Martha Hertha later became heir to Willy and Anna's property when Anna passed in 1970. This history is based on oral family stories and the limited documentation available.  
 
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Hurteau Family
Hurteau Family
This photo was taken sometime in the early 1970s. From left to Right:
Paul, Richard, (Back Row) Denis, Ronnie, Roland
(Front Row) Pauline, Theresa, Jeanne  
 
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Hurteau Family
Hurteau Family
The Hurteau Family, taken in 1959. Left to Right, from back row:
Pauline, Roland, Richard, Jeanne
Front Row
Theresa holding Ronnie, Denis, Lionel holding Paul  
 
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Hurteau Family Headstone Side One
Hurteau Family Headstone Side One
Status: Located; The Hurteau family headstone. Members of the family buried here include:
Julius L Flores
Therese J Charest
Jeannine Hurteau Biller
Denis E Hurteau
Ronald G Hurteau 
 
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Hurteau Family Headstone Side Two
Hurteau Family Headstone Side Two
Status: Located; Hurteau Family Headstone side Two. List of family members on image "Hurteau Family Headstone Side One" 
 
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Hurteau Family, Around 1945
Hurteau Family, Around 1945
Hurteau Family: Therese (Hurteau) Charest, Lionel Hurteau, Pauline, Roland, Jeannine 
 
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Iidephonse & Emilie (Frechette) Charest
Iidephonse & Emilie (Frechette) Charest
Iidephonse & Emilie (Frechette) Charest. This is believed to have been taken while they were living in Rhode Island 
 
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Ildephonse Charest
Ildephonse Charest
Ildephonse Charest as a young man. Possibly taken about the time of his marriage to Emilie Frechette 
 
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Ildephonse Charest and Emilie Frechette
Ildephonse Charest and Emilie Frechette
Ildephonse Charest and Emilie Frechette, unknown year taken. Possibly another photo taken on their wedding day.  
 
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Ildephonse's Restaurant Check
Ildephonse's Restaurant Check
A small tribute to Ildephonse Charest, created by his daughter Noelle. This is the first check Ildephonse signed (as the anglicized spelling "Alphonse") to open his new restaurant. His restaurant still stands today, abet under other owners.  
 
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J. B. Danese, 1964
J. B. Danese, 1964
JB Danese loved to go fishing, and owned a small fishing boat that he kept at a marina near his home with Rita (Charest) in Pawtucket, Rhode Island 
 
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Jeannine M. (Castro-Biller) Hurteau
Jeannine M. (Castro-Biller) Hurteau
Jeannine M. (Castro-Biller) Hurteau, of Santa Rosa, California, an agent for 19 years at Dill Noonan Insurance Agency in Santa Rosa and before that, a secretary for 10 years at Rancho Grande Travel Club of Rohnert Park, California.  
 

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