Lucy Trotochaud (1858-1922)

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Lucy Trotochaud Duvernay
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Lucy Duvernay
Born: 1858 Petoskey, Michigan
Died: 1922 Petoskey, Michigan
Father: Jean Baptiste Trotochaud
Mother: Sophia Anaquet
Siblings: Lucy Trotochaud
Spouse: John Henry Kedgnal Duvernay
Married: 16 Aug 1904 Petoskey, Michigan
Children: Eliza Duvernay
Rosa Duvernay
Charles Duvernay
John Elmer Duvernay
Ida Duvernay
James Francis Duvernay

Obituary

Petoskey Evening News, Friday, July 14, 1922:

MRS. JOHN DUVERNAY
     PICTURESQUE INDIAN
          CHARACTER, IS DEAD

Mrs. Lucy Duvernay, who was born in Petoskey 63 years ago, and who claimed to be the daughter of Trocho, the Indian who donated the old Indian church on the beach near the western boundary of Petoskey, died at her home, 516 Sheridan street, last night.

The funeral will be held from St. Francis church Monday morning at 9 o'clock. Interment will be at the Catholic cemetery. She was the wife of John Duvernay, well-known Civil war veteran, who is a familiar figure on Petoskey streets.


Petoskey Evening News, Thursday, July 20, 1922:

CARD OF THANKS

We thank our friends and neighbors for their kindness shown during the sickness and in death of our beloved mother and wife, also for the flowers.

John Duvernay, Sr.,
John Duvernay, Jr.,
James Duvernay.

Sources

  • Death: Emmet County, Michigan, Vital Records Search, Deaths:
Duvernay, Lucy
Date of Death: 7/14/1922
Liber: 4
Folio: 48
Place of Death: Petoskey
Duvernay, Lucy (Trotochaud)
Age: 67
Born: 0/0/0000
Died: 07/14/1922
Cemetery: Greenwood, Petoskey