Jean Pierre (Peter) StrackCatherine Strack

Jean Baptiste DubrayMalinda (Madeline) Strack

Charles Dubray

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Children with:
Marguerite Rosalie Gonyea

John Dubray
William Dubray
Peter Dubray
Catherine Dubray
Marie Louise Dubray
Melaudy Rosalie Dubray
Josephine Dubray
Luci Louise Dubray
Elizabeth Dubray

Alice Dubray
Elizabeth Dubray
Salamon (Samuel) Dubray
Pierre Charles Dubray
Jean Louis Dubray
Napolean William Dubray
Edmond Dubray
Philomon (Philip) Dubray
Judson Hubert Dubray
Margaret (Marguerite) Dubray
Charles Dubray
  • Born: Jun 1846, Redford, NY
  • Married 19 JUL 1867, Church of the Assumption,Redford,Cllinton County,New York , to Marguerite Rosalie Gonyea
  • Died: 2 Nov 1910, Redford, NY

    Name: Charles Dubray ,
    Enlistment Date: 06 September 1864
    Distinguished Service: DISTINGUISHED SERVICE
    Side Served: Union
    State Served: New York
    Unit Numbers: 1598 1598
    Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 06 September 1864 at the age of 18
    Enlisted in Company C, 91st Infantry Regiment New York on 06 September 1864.
    Mustered out Company C, 91st Infantry Regiment New York on 10 June 1865 in Washington, DC
    [Year: 1880; Census Place: Saranac, Clinton, New York; Roll: T9_820; Family History Film: 1254820; Page: 552C; Enumeration District: 36; Image: 0435.]
    1880 US Census
    Household: Saranac, Clinton, NY
    Charles DUBRAY Self M Male W 33 NY Laborer CAN GER Margret DUBRAY Wife M Female W 31 NY Keeping House CAN CAN
    Charles DUBRAY Son S Male W 11 NY At Home NY NY
    Lewis DUBRAY Son S Male W 10 NY At Home NY NY
    Margret DUBRAY Dau S Female W 8 NY At Home NY NY
    Libbie DUBRAY* Dau S Female W 6 NY At Home NY NY
    William DUBRAY Son S Male W 5 NY At Home NY NY
    Edmond DUBRAY Son S Male W 3 NY At Home NY NY
    Soloman DUBRAY Son S Male W 1 NY At Home NY NY
    Judson DUBRAY Son S Male W 1M NY NY NY
    The Malone Farmer, Wednesday, November 16, 1910

    The body of Charles Dubray Sr. was found Wednesday forenoon in an abandoned ore shaft near Redford, into which he had fallen while on his way from the home of a son in Standish to that of another son in Redford. He disappeared Sunday and it was not until Wednesday morning that trace of him was found. Then his hat was discovered near the unprotected mouth of the shaft. The mine contained about 60 feet of water and his body was recovered with grappling irons. There was a cut on his head five inches in length showing where he had struck the timbers of the shaft a few feet below the opening. He was 65 years of age. On his body was found $19 in cash and his pension papers. The coroner found that his death was accidental.
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