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Rebecca died January 12, 1933 in Brown City, Michigan, She is buried in the Croswell Cemetery.
 
Rebecca died January 12, 1933 in Brown City, Michigan, She is buried in the Croswell Cemetery.
  
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==Obituary==
  
*''Portrait and Biographical Album of Sanilac County, 1884, p. 313'':
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(from an unnamed, undated newspaper clipping):,  
<blockquote>Finley House...is the son of James J. and Triphena (Malcolm) House...
 
The family included eight sons and four daughters, as follows: Daniel, Joseph (died from the results of hardship in the army); Peter (died while in the army); Lemuel; Jeremiah (died in the army); Chauncey, John (died at the age of six years); Maria (deceased); Nancy, Rebecca, and Almira (deceased)...
 
The family came to Sanilac County, Feb. 1, 1862 where Mr. House located 160 acres of land in Buel Township.</blockquote>
 
 
 
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Mrs. Rebecca J. Thibedeau, 85, died last Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Norman Cronce at Brown City. She had been with her daughter since leaving Croswell, about ten years ago. Her husband, Joseph Thibedeau predeceased her about eighteen years ago. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Cronce, Brown City; Mrs. Pene Dafoe, Oregon, Mrs. John Hudie, Amadore, and Mrs. William Woods, Detroit. Elmer Thibedeau of the River Road is a step-son of the deceased. Funeral services were held in the Cronce home Saturday with Rev. H. H. Heerschap of Croswell Presbyterian church officiating. Interment was made in the Croswell cemetery.
  
 
==Sources==
 
==Sources==
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:Warwick, Mary, stepdaughter, female, white, b. Aug 1875, MI, MI, Can eng
 
:Warwick, Mary, stepdaughter, female, white, b. Aug 1875, MI, MI, Can eng
  
*"Portrait and Biographical Album of Sanilac County'', 1884, p. 313
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*''Portrait and Biographical Album of Sanilac County'', 1884, p. 313:
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<blockquote>Finley House...is the son of James J. and Triphena (Malcolm) House...
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The family included eight sons and four daughters, as follows: Daniel, Joseph (died from the results of hardship in the army); Peter (died while in the army); Lemuel; Jeremiah (died in the army); Chauncey, John (died at the age of six years); Maria (deceased); Nancy, Rebecca, and Almira (deceased)...
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The family came to Sanilac County, Feb. 1, 1862 where Mr. House located 160 acres of land in Buel Township.</blockquote>
  
 
*Howse, Joanne Marie Heinz. Howse Best-Mar26,2005.paf file  
 
*Howse, Joanne Marie Heinz. Howse Best-Mar26,2005.paf file  

Latest revision as of 20:24, 5 May 2019

Rebecca Jane House Warwick Tibideau
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Rebecca and Ethel May
Born: 22 May 1848 Dereham, Oxford, Ontario, Canada
Died: 12 Jan 1933 Brown City, Michigan
Father: James J. House
Mother: Tryphena Malcolm
Siblings: Daniel House
Joseph House
Peter House
Nancy House
Finley House
Lemuel House
Jeremiah House
John House
Chauncey F. Howse
Rebecca Jane House
Almira House
Spouse: James Allen Warwick
Married: bef 1866 of Buel, Michigan
Children: Tryphena Nancy Warwick
Sarah Jane Warwick
Ada M. Warwick
Mary A. Warwick
Bertha May Warwick
Ethel May Warwick
Spouse: Joseph Tibideau
Married: 18 Jun 1895 Buell Twp., Michigan

Rebecca Jane House was born May 22 1848 in Derham, Ontario, Canada to James J. House and Tryphena Malcolm.

She moved to Michigan in 1862.

She married James Allen Warwick.

Their children are Tryphena Nancy Warwick, Sarah Jane Warwick, Ada M. Warwick, Mary A. Warwick, Bertha May Warwick and Ethel May Warwick.

She married next Joseph Tibideau on June 18, 1895 in Buell Twp., Sanilac, Michigan.

Rebecca died January 12, 1933 in Brown City, Michigan, She is buried in the Croswell Cemetery.

Obituary

(from an unnamed, undated newspaper clipping):,

Mrs. Rebecca J. Thibedeau, 85, died last Thursday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Norman Cronce at Brown City. She had been with her daughter since leaving Croswell, about ten years ago. Her husband, Joseph Thibedeau predeceased her about eighteen years ago. She is survived by four daughters, Mrs. Cronce, Brown City; Mrs. Pene Dafoe, Oregon, Mrs. John Hudie, Amadore, and Mrs. William Woods, Detroit. Elmer Thibedeau of the River Road is a step-son of the deceased. Funeral services were held in the Cronce home Saturday with Rev. H. H. Heerschap of Croswell Presbyterian church officiating. Interment was made in the Croswell cemetery.

Sources

  • 1851 Canada West Census, Twp. of Dereham, County of Oxford
House, Jas
, House, Rebecca, ----, b. Canada W., New Co Methodist, 4, female, single
  • 1870 Federal Census, Bingham Town, Huron, Michigan, 10 July 1870, 78/76:
Warwick, James, 29, male, white, Farmer, 300/0, Michigan
, Rebecca, 22, female, white, keeping house, Ontario
, Triphena, 3, female, white, Michigan
, Sarah, 8/12, female, white, Michigan
  • 1880 Federal Census Soundex: Buel Tp, Sanilac, Michigan:
Warwick, James A.
, Rebecca J., wife, 32, b. Canada
  • Marriage: Michigan Marriages, 1868-1925
Groom's Name: Joseph Thibods
Groom's Age: 52 years
Groom's Birth Date: 1843
Groom's Birthplace: Canada
Bride's Name: Rebecca Jane Warwick
Bride's Age: 47 years
Bride's Birth Date: 1848
Bride's Birthplace: Canada
Marriage Date: 18 Jun 1895
Marriage Place: Buel, Sanilac, Michigan
Groom's Father: John Thibods
Groom's Mother: Margaret Fountain
Bride's Father: Not Known
Bride's Mother: Not Known
Film Number: 2342502
Digital Folder Number: 4207882
Image Number: 181
Reference Number: v 4 p 131 rn 75
  • 1900 Federal Census, Buel Twp., Sanilac, Michigan
Thibedeau, Joseph
, Rebecca, wife, female, white, b. May 1848, md 5 yrs, 6 kids 5 alive, imm 1860, Can eng, NY, Can eng
Warwick, Mary, stepdaughter, female, white, b. Aug 1875, MI, MI, Can eng
Dcertreb.jpg
  • Portrait and Biographical Album of Sanilac County, 1884, p. 313:
Finley House...is the son of James J. and Triphena (Malcolm) House...

The family included eight sons and four daughters, as follows: Daniel, Joseph (died from the results of hardship in the army); Peter (died while in the army); Lemuel; Jeremiah (died in the army); Chauncey, John (died at the age of six years); Maria (deceased); Nancy, Rebecca, and Almira (deceased)...

The family came to Sanilac County, Feb. 1, 1862 where Mr. House located 160 acres of land in Buel Township.
  • Howse, Joanne Marie Heinz. Howse Best-Mar26,2005.paf file
Additional info from Lynn House, not related but on internet.
Also from Barb Naruta of Port Huron. [email protected]