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Ella H. Prentice of Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA

Ella H. Prentice of Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA
By Linus Joseph Dewald Jr., Editor
Spring 2008 and Revised 28 Dec 2007

Ella H. Prentice is #208 in our John-3 eBook. We are seeking information about the ancestry of her husband and about their descendants. Here is what we have so far:

208. Ella H. Prentice (Henry Hudson, 123). Born, 16 Oct 1849, perhaps in Cambridge, MA [224]. 1880 census in Cambridge, Middlesex Co., MA. 1910 census in Cambridge with her family. Not in 1920 census.

She married Alfred Archambeau, 8 Feb 1870, in Cambridge, MA. He was b. c. 1840, French Canada with his parents b. in France. He is shown living alone in the 1900 Cambridge census but in the 1910 census in Cambridge he is again living with his family. Not in 1920 census. Children:

  1. George S. Archambeau, b. c. 1871, MA. At home in 1880 and 1910. 1920 census in Cambridge, MA, with his wife, Florence, b. c. 1891, Canada, as were her parents. 1930 census in Somerville, Middlesex Co., MA. Children:
    1. Florence Archambeau, b. c. 1915, MA. At home in 1920 and 1930.
    2. Mary F. Archambeau, b. c. 1916, MA. At home in 1920 and 1930.
    3. John Archambeau, b. c. 1919, MA. At home in 1920 and 1930.
    4. Alfred Archambeau, b. c. 1921. At home in 1930.
    5. Helen Archambeau, b. c. 1923. At home in 1930.
    6. Ruth Archambeau, b. c. 1925. At home in 1930.
    7. James Archambeau, b. c. 1928. At home in 1930.

  2. William Archambeau. Not shown in 1880 census.

  3. Henry Archambeau. Born, 12 Jun 1871, in Cambridge, MA. Not home in 1880 census. Not in 1910 or 1920 census.

  4. Frances "Fannie" W. Archambeau. Born, 8 Nov 1873, Cambridge, MA. At home in 1880.

  5. Frederick Archambeau, b. c. 1877, MA. At home in 1880. Not in 1910 or 1920 census.

  6. Catherine Archambeau, b. c. 1879, MA. At home in 1880.

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