Jean Joachim Dupasquier , 18661937 (aged 70 years)

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Went back to Switzerland from Canada after his first wife Cecile Charriere died, and married Cecile Charriere's cousin, Leonie Pittet, then came back to Canada, eventually settled in Oregon, USA.

He was baptized Jean Joachim Dupasquier, but went by the name Joachim Dupasquier.[Leonie Pittet..FBK.FTW]

Went back to Switerland after Cecile Charriere died and married Cecile Charriere's cousinr, Leonie Pittet, then came back to Canada, eventually settled in Oregon, USA.

The name listed on his marriage certificate issued at Grangettes, Switzerland, when he married my grandmother was Jean Joachim Dupasquier, but he was known as Joachim Dupasquier. (William J. Romo)

The following information was provided to Rita (Assie) Archer by Marguerite (Jacquiard) Lemay. Marguerite is the daughter of Anna (Dupasquier) Jacquiard who was Clara (Dupasquier) Pittet's youngest sister. Much of this information was taken from tape recordings made by Anna Jacquiard in conversations with her daughters, Marguerite and Therese.

Antoine Dupasquier (1843-1916) a widower, left the canton of Fribourg with his son Joachim (1866-1937) and his wife, Seraphine Charriere (1863 - 1901) and their two children, Clara (5 years old) and Louis (2 years old). They arrived in Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba on the 11th of May, 1891.

Homesteads (160 acres) were available and on May 22, 1891, each was accorded one. Antoine had been a beekeeper and a carpenter in Switzerland and continued both these occupations in Canada while Joachim cleared and worked the land.

Seraphine died in the spring of 1801 at the age of 37 years, probably from complications relating to the birth of Anna (January - 1901). Joachim put in the crops and after threshing was done in the fall, went back to Switzerland with Clara, then 16 years of age. Louis and Ben (their sons) boarded with the Brothers in Lourdes; the girls, Germaine and Marie, stayed with the nuns in the convent. Tony stayed with a family (the Vigiers) and Anna with another family (the Lasages).

Joachim returned with a new wife, Leonie Pittet, a cousin of Seraphine, and her brother Leon Pittet who later married Clara Dupasquier in Canada in 1903. About 2 1/2 years later Leon was bom (1903) then Marthe (1904) and Joseph (1906). All were born in Lourdes.

Sometime around 1907-1908, Joachim went to Oregon for work. He spent one winter there and then sent for his family. They traveled by train, with a car all to themselves. They were Joachim's father, Leonie and all the children including Clara and Leon Pittet and their two children and a friend by the name of Joe Johnson.

All of the children from Joachim's fist marriage went to Oregon with him and Leonie, as well as Leon, Marthe and Joseph from Joachim's second marriage. My Mom (Anna) was 6 or 7 when they moved so they would have gone in 1907 or 1908. I'm not clear on where they lived; it may have been Portland but my sister, Therese and I both think that they lived in Oregon City. (It was Oregon City- W.J. Romo)

Joachim had rented two houses; one for his family and one for Clara and Leon and their family. The men worked at the paper mill - Crown Willamette The family stayed in Oregon for 4 years. Paul was bom there in 1910 as well as two babies who died there.

The farms in Manitoba had been rented out during this time but the renters didn't want to keep farming. Leon Pittet didn't like the U.S. so they came back to Manitoba and dissolved the partnership - they owned the farms together. Each bought a new farm. The crops that year were very poor and Joachim, faced with big payments on the farm had to give up his horses. Mom (Anna) said that he had five teams. She remembers the sheriff coming to unhitch the horses as they ploughed the fields and leading them away. Disgusted with farming Joachim and Ben returned to Oregon (circa 1913). Finding no work there, they went to Powell River, B.C. where there was a mill owned by the Oregon company. Joachim had signed the farms over to Louis in order to safeguard losing all again.

My mother (Anna) came back to Canada with her parents. She was 11 years of age, so they would have returned in 1912 or 1913. She returned to Oregon when she was about 25 to find work. Her sister, Marie Charriere was there as well as her brothers, Joseph and Leon. She stayed almost 2 years then came back to Notre Dame de Lourdes and met and married Albert Jacquiard on February 15, 1927.

In the fall of 1927, Joachim and Leonie returned to Oregon to rejoin 5 of their children, Marie, Leon Marthe, Joseph and Paul. Joachim died in 1937 at age 70 and Leonie in 1951 at age 73. Both are buried in Oregon City. [Romo Family Tree 2 FB K.FBK.FBK.FBK.FTW]

Went back to Switzerland from Canada after his first wife Cecile Charriere died, and married Cecile Charriere's cousin, Leonie Pittet, then came back to Canada, eventually settled in Oregon, USA.

He was baptized Jean Joachim Dupasquier, but went by the name Joachim Dupasquier.[DupasquierFamilyTree.FBK.FTW]

[Leonie Pittet..FBK.FTW]

Went back to Switerland after Cecile Charriere died and married Cecile Charriere's cousinr, Leonie Pittet, then came back to Canada, eventually settled in Oregon, USA.

The name listed on his marriage certificate issued at Grangettes, Switzerland, when he married my grandmother was Jean Joachim Dupasquier, but he was known as Joachim Dupasquier. (William J. Romo)[Romo Family Tree 6.FTW]

DupasquierFamilyTree.FBK.FTW]

[Romo Family Tree 2 FB K.FBK.FBK.FBK.FTW]

Went back to Switzerland from Canada after his first wife Cecile Charriere died, and married Cecile Charriere's cousin, Leonie Pittet, then came back to Canada, eventually settled in Oregon, USA.

He was baptized Jean Joachim Dupasquier, but went by the name Joachim Dupasquier.[Leonie Pittet..FBK.FTW]

Went back to Switerland after Cecile Charriere died and married Cecile Charriere's cousinr, Leonie Pittet, then came back to Canada, eventually settled in Oregon, USA.

The name listed on his marriage certificate issued at Grangettes, Switzerland, when he married my grandmother was Jean Joachim Dupasquier, but he was known as Joachim Dupasquier. (William J. Romo)

The following information was provided to Rita (Assie) Archer by Marguerite (Jacquiard) Lemay. Marguerite is the daughter of Anna (Dupasquier) Jacquiard who was Clara (Dupasquier) Pittet's youngest sister. Much of this information was taken from tape recordings made by Anna Jacquiard in conversations with her daughters, Marguerite and Therese.

Antoine Dupasquier (1843-1916) a widower, left the canton of Fribourg with his son Joachim (1866-1937) and his wife, Seraphine Charriere (1863 - 1901) and their two children, Clara (5 years old) and Louis (2 years old). They arrived in Notre Dame de Lourdes, Manitoba on the 11th of May, 1891.

Homesteads (160 acres) were available and on May 22, 1891, each was accorded one. Antoine had been a beekeeper and a carpenter in Switzerland and continued both these occupations in Canada while Joachim cleared and worked the land.

Seraphine died in the spring of 1801 at the age of 37 years, probably from complications relating to the birth of Anna (January - 1901). Joachim put in the crops and after threshing was done in the fall, went back to Switzerland with Clara, then 16 years of age. Louis and Ben (their sons) boarded with the Brothers in Lourdes; the girls, Germaine and Marie, stayed with the nuns in the convent. Tony stayed with a family (the Vigiers) and Anna with another family (the Lasages).

Joachim returned with a new wife, Leonie Pittet, a cousin of Seraphine, and her brother Leon Pittet who later married Clara Dupasquier in Canada in 1903. About 2 1/2 years later Leon was bom (1903) then Marthe (1904) and Joseph (1906). All were born in Lourdes.

Sometime around 1907-1908, Joachim went to Oregon for work. He spent one winter there and then sent for his family. They traveled by train, with a car all to themselves. They were Joachim's father, Leonie and all the children including Clara and Leon Pittet and their two children and a friend by the name of Joe Johnson.

All of the children from Joachim's fist marriage went to Oregon with him and Leonie, as well as Leon, Marthe and Joseph from Joachim's second marriage. My Mom (Anna) was 6 or 7 when they moved so they would have gone in 1907 or 1908. I'm not clear on where they lived; it may have been Portland but my sister, Therese and I both think that they lived in Oregon City. (It was Oregon City- W.J. Romo)

Joachim had rented two houses; one for his family and one for Clara and Leon and their family. The men worked at the paper mill - Crown Willamette The family stayed in Oregon for 4 years. Paul was bom there in 1910 as well as two babies who died there.

The farms in Manitoba had been rented out during this time but the renters didn't want to keep farming. Leon Pittet didn't like the U.S. so they came back to Manitoba and dissolved the partnership - they owned the farms together. Each bought a new farm. The crops that year were very poor and Joachim, faced with big payments on the farm had to give up his horses. Mom (Anna) said that he had five teams. She remembers the sheriff coming to unhitch the horses as they ploughed the fields and leading them away. Disgusted with farming Joachim and Ben returned to Oregon (circa 1913). Finding no work there, they went to Powell River, B.C. where there was a mill owned by the Oregon company. Joachim had signed the farms over to Louis in order to safeguard losing all again.

My mother (Anna) came back to Canada with her parents. She was 11 years of age, so they would have returned in 1912 or 1913. She returned to Oregon when she was about 25 to find work. Her sister, Marie Charriere was there as well as her brothers, Joseph and Leon. She stayed almost 2 years then came back to Notre Dame de Lourdes and met and married Albert Jacquiard on February 15, 1927.

In the fall of 1927, Joachim and Leonie returned to Oregon to rejoin 5 of their children, Marie, Leon Marthe, Joseph and Paul. Joachim died in 1937 at age 70 and Leonie in 1951 at age 73. Both are buried in Oregon City. [Romo Family Tree 2 FB K.FBK.FBK.FBK.FTW]

Went back to Switzerland from Canada after his first wife Cecile Charriere died, and married Cecile Charriere's cousin, Leonie Pittet, then came back to Canada, eventually settled in Oregon, USA.

He was baptized Jean Joachim Dupasquier, but went by the name Joachim Dupasquier.[DupasquierFamilyTree.FBK.FTW]

[Leonie Pittet..FBK.FTW]

Went back to Switerland after Cecile Charriere died and married Cecile Charriere's cousinr, Leonie Pittet, then came back to Canada, eventually settled in Oregon, USA.

The name listed on his marriage certificate issued at Grangettes, Switzerland, when he married my grandmother was Jean Joachim Dupasquier, but he was known as Joachim Dupasquier. (William J. Romo)

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