DAVID ROBEDEAU is a farmer living on section 18 in Erie, born on section 16, Jan. 6, 1822, his parents being
Louis and Arcauzele (St. Bernard) Robedeau. With the exception of ten years in 0hio, he has always lived in Erie.
He is a member of Fr. Thomas's Church, and a life long Democrat, and while not a politician, has held the office
of highway commissioner for five terms. He is the father of sixteen children, ten boys and six girls, of whom three
boys and three girls are living, and has been four tunes married. His first wife, to whom he was married in January,
1842, was Maud S., daughter of John and ___ (Cousino) LaPointe, who died In 1849, leaving two boys and one girl:
Gideon, who was in the 17th Mich. Vol. Inf., and killed at Spottsylvania Court House; Lambert, a butcher by trade
and living at home, and Boselis, who died when a child. In 1850 he married his second wife, Zoe, daughter of John
and Marienne (Corneau) DeShettler, who died in 1868. with five boys and four girls, of whom one boy and two girls
are living. His third wife, to whom he was married in 1870, was Malinda, daughter of ____ and Mary (Droulliard)
Bagnell. She died in 1877. with two boys, both of whom are dead. For the fourth wife he was married Jan. 12. 1879,
to Emily, daughter of Francis and Felice (Moran) Duval, whose two children, a boy and a girl, are both living.
History of Monroe County, Michigan
Talcott E. Wing, Editor
Munsell & Company, Publishers
New York 1890.
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