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St. Ange Family Origin

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St. Ange Family Occupations

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  • Carpenter

    100%

In 1880, the most common St. Ange occupation in the USA was Carpenter. 100% of St. Ange's were Carpenters.

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St. Ange Historical Records

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St. Ange Life Expectancy

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