Domithilde Cormier

1831–Female
Memramcook, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada

The Life of Domithilde

When Domithilde Cormier was born in 1831, in Memramcook, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada, her father, Eusèbe Cormier, was 41 and her mother, Apollonie Appoline Léger, was 38. She married Hippolyte Bourque on 13 January 1852, in Cap-Pele, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada. They were the parents of at least 3 sons and 2 daughters.

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Family Time Line

Hippolyte Bourque
1820–
Domithilde Cormier
1831–
Marriage: 13 January 1852
Julien Bourque
1852–1952
Celina Bourque
1856–
Tabianne Bourk
1853–
Jude Bourk
1861–
Pierre H Bourque
1863–1952

Spouse and Children

MARRIAGE
13 January 1852
Cap-Pele, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada
children

(5)

    Julien Bourque

    Male1852–1952Male

    Tabianne Bourk

    Female1853–Female

    Celina Bourque

    Female1856–Female

    Jude Bourk

    Male1861–Male

    Male1863–1952Male

Parents and Siblings

    Eusèbe Cormier

    Male1790–1877Male

    Apollonie Appoline Léger

    Female1793–1837Female

siblings

(11)

    Marguerite Cormier

    Female1812–Female

    Pierre Cormier

    Male1814–Male

    Madeleine Cormier

    Female1816–1915Female

    Victoire Cormier

    Female1818–1885Female

    Olive Cormier

    Female1820–1860Female

+6 More Children

World Events (4)

1867 · British North America Act

Age 36

The British North America Act or Constitution Act of 1867 caused three British colonies, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, and Canada to be united as one under the name Canada. Until this point New Brunswick had been the British crown colony.
1869

Age 38

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1901 · Hartland Covered Bridge

Age 70

July 4, 1901, the Hartland covered bridge was finished. It spans across the Saint John River, making it the longest covered bridge. Until it was built, the only way across the river was by ferry.

Name Meaning

French: topographic name for someone who lived near a sorb or service tree, Old French cormier (from corme, the name of the fruit for which the tree was cultivated, apparently of Gaulish origin).

Dictionary of American Family Names © Patrick Hanks 2003, 2006.

Sources (3)

  • Dométilde Cormier in entry for Pierre Bourque and Dina Gautreau, "New Brunswick Provincial Marriages 1789-1950"
  • Dmatille Cormier in entry for Peirre Bourque and Julienne Brun, "New Brunswick Provincial Marriages 1789-1950"
  • Domithilde Cormier in entry for Julien Bourque and Marguerite LeBlanc, "New Brunswick Provincial Marriages 1789-1950"

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