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Celia Vivier, d. 2 Oct 1923

Celia Vivier, d. 2 Oct 1923

Robb (View posts)
Posted: 940664399000
Looking for info on my gg.grmthr. She was born somewhere in NY, died above date, but place unknown. She married John Savage, from Canada. This information comes from birth records of Maggie E Savage, daughter born 25 Dec 1872 in Dalton MA. Your help would be greatly appreciated.


Ann Thurber (View posts)
Posted: 940888547000
I have a large Vivier file. Am trying to make my connection to them??? I do have a Celia but she didn't marry a Savage she married Francois Guertin/Yettaw. If you need any other Vivier info please let me know. Please respond by e-mail

Vivier/Viverette connection

R. Viverette (View posts)
Posted: 948056321000
You say you have a large file of the Viviers. Obviously this is a French name. The diminuative would have been Vivierette or some similar spelling. Do you have anything on this surname: Viverette?

Ray Viverette

Vivier family

Posted: 951694945000
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Could look and see if you have a Clotilde Celena Vivier in your file? I am at a total stand still. She was my grandmother. All I do know of her was that she was born in Mansure, Louisiana abt 1880. She married Isiah L. Glass and he was from Arkansas. they are both buried at Southpark cemetery in Pearland, Texas.

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It is my understanding that Vivers, Vivlamore,Lamadeline,Ladouceur also Brick because many were brick layers.Are all the same family and came to La Prairie-La Chine -Vally field Quebec. I hve not been able to get to thies districts to find out. Betty


Posted: 970760994000
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sorry nothing like that good luck

may be kin

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iam a vevier (vivier) live in springfield mass, but the viviers came from Qubecce,Canada. where did ur viviers come from?

Vivier surname

Sue Brand (View posts)
Posted: 972193734000
Hi Betty I am a descendant of the Vivier line My family changed the spelling to Veiva when they moved across the border to Clinton county, Ny many of the Viviers used their dit Brique which meant bricklayer and now have derived the surname Brickey from it.If this helps anyone out in their search then I'm glad


Sue Brand (View posts)
Posted: 972193921000
My descendants also came from Quebec to NY we may possibly be connected do you have info? reply to this message and maybe we can compare

Vivier----- Vivlamore

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Hi Sue , thank you for taking time out to answer my message.My family moved to Fort Covington from Canada. Do not know what name they used in canada but it was Vivlamore hear. I do know we have a lot of native american blood. Thats a fact. Betty
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