Lalon(d)e

Philip John Henry Lalone

1881-11-02 b. York, Toronto, Ontario, Canada Ontario, Canada Births, 1869-1913; Canada, Soldiers of the First World War, 1914-1918;Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956; Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1928; 1891 Census of Canada; WWI CEF personnel file
1891 living with family in District 119, S. District 13 Centre Toronto; R.C. 1891 Census of Canada
1905-07-18 laborer, Catholic, of Toronto; m. Esther Francis Toaze, in Toronto 1911 Census of Canada; Ontario, Canada Marriages, 1801-1928
1911 of 12 Ulster, Toronto North, Ontario, living with wife and lodger 1911 Census of Canada
children: Marie (1911/4 – ?), Andrew (1914–1958), Ambrose (1914/5 – ?), Francis Louis (1922–1996), and up to 23 other children (though this may have been a joke) genealogical information from the Office of the Registrar General, Ontario; information from Andy Lalonde; correspondence to D.F. Wells from Madeleine Thomas-Lalonde (NB Madeleine Thomas-Lalonde believed that Francis Louis Lalonde's real mother was a woman known as 'Ma' Spicer); Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956; 1921 Census of Canada
  loved children correspondence to D.F. Wells from Madeleine Thomas-Lalonde
  married four times—wives died correspondence to D.F. Wells from Madeleine Thomas-Lalonde
1915-06-19 teamster; willing to be vaccinated; currently belonging to the Active Militia; had served 2 years with 9th Battery Toronto, G.G.B.G. Toronto; attested to serve in the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force WWI CEF personnel file
1915-08-29 soldier, arrived in Quebec from Liverpool aboard the Missanabie, returning to Toronto Canadian Passenger Lists, 1865-1935
1916-06-24 teamster, of 707 Euclid Ave, Toronto, with his wife and two children arrived Detroit, Michigan, USA, bound for Los Angeles Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956
1916-07-05 carter, of Toronto; with wife, entered US at Lewiston; never in US before; paid for own passage; destination Niagara Falls, no address; $37.00 shown; 5'8", med complexion, bro hair, blue eyes Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956
1916-08-24 merchant; with wife and two children, arrived Detroit, Michigan, USA Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956
1917-04-20 cartage agent, of 248 Erskine Avenue, Toronto; signed up for engagement in the Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force; already belongs to the 9th battery of the Active Militia; served 3 months as a private, CASC, CEF, #3210; had been discharged from CASC as medically unfit, from rheumatism Canada, Soldiers of the First World War, 1914-1918
1918-05-31 with wife and two children, entered USA at Detroit, Michigan, arriving by C[anadian] P[acific] Ry [possibly from Quebec]; teamster, reads & writes English, 'race or people' French, resident Toronto; final destination Los Angeles, California; paid for family's passage himself; in possession of $350; had been in the US twice before—2 months in Los Angeles in 1916, 1 month in Niagara Falls 1918; last departed US Feb 1918; intends to join friend Thos/Mrs Mack, 938 Valverde St, Los Angeles; does not intend to return; intends to remain permanently; has chronic artic. rheumatism; 5'8", dk complexion, dk br hair, br eyes Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956; Detroit Border Crossings and Passenger and Crew Lists, 1905-1957
1918-09-07 of 938 Valvert St, Los Angeles, California; registered for the (US) draft; medium height, medium build, brown eyes, brown hair; currently employed by Mr Long, S. Western Ship Hdg World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
1921 living at 12 Buchanan St, Toronto, with wife, daughter, and son; Catholic; chauffeur 1921 Census of Canada
1922 chauffeur, of 12 Buchanan, Toronto, Ontario genealogical information from the Office of the Registrar General, Ontario
1958 d. Ancestry public member tree
  son of Louis and Margaret Lalone birth registration; correspondence to D.F. Wells from Madeleine Thomas-Lalonde; Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956; 1891 Census of Canada


Louis Lalone

1854-10 b. Ontario, Canada; both parents b. Ontario 1891 Census of Canada; 1911 Census of Canada; 1921 Census of Canada
  b. France; emigrated to Canada correspondence to D.F. Wells from Madeleine Thomas-Lalonde
1871 not found in Toronto, but:
  • Chatham Township, Kent County, Ontario, has Louis Lalonde, 31, b. Quebec, Roman Catholic, French origin, cabinet maker
  • Garden Island, Frontenac, Ontario, has Lewis Lalonde, 31, b. Quebec, Roman Catholic, French origin, carpenter
  • Roxborough, Stormont, Ontario, has Lewis Lalonde, 32, b. Ontario, Roman Catholic, French origin, farmer
1871 Ontario census index
before 1872 m. Margaret L'Armor or Larmean, in Hull, P.Q. [Province of Quebec] Ontario, Canada, Births, 1869-1913—1880, 1881
children: Mary (cal 1873 – after 1911), Maud (cal 1877 – after 1911), Elizabeth (b. c. 1878 – after 1921), Louis Elias Joseph (1880 – after 1926), Philip John Henry (1881 – after 1922), Treacy Ann Louise (1883 – after 1891), Agnes Patricia (1885–1932), Angela Aleberta Josephine (1887 – ?1959), 'Sister' Melanie (? – ?) Ontario, Canada, Births, 1869-1913—1880, 1881, 1883, 1885, 1887; Ontario, Canada, Marriages, 1801-1928; 1891 Census of Canada; 1911 Census of Canada1921 Census of Canada; Border Crossings: from Canada to U.S., 1895-1956; Ontario deaths; correspondence to D.F. Wells from Madeleine Thomas-Lalonde; Ancestry public member tree
1876 laborer, sharing a home with a Mich McLaughlin, also a laborer, at 46 Camden, Toronto, Ontario Toronto City Directory, 1876
1880 lumberman, of 12 Larch Street, Toronto, Ontario Ontario, Canada, Births, 1869-1913—1880
1881 labourer, living with wife and four children in District 134, S. District 1, St Stephen's Ward Division 1, Toronto City 1881 Census of Canada
1881 labourer, of 12 Larch Street, Toronto; marked his name Ontario, Canada, Births, 1869-1913—1881
1883 labourer, of 12 Larch Street, Toronto; signed a very crude signature Ontario, Canada, Births, 1869-1913—1883
1885 labourer, of 101 University Street, Toronto; crude signature Ontario, Canada, Births, 1869-1913—1885
1887 laborer, of 101 University Street, Toronto; crude signature Ontario, Canada, Births, 1869-1913—1887
1889 of L. Lalone & Co., with a home at 101 University Toronto City Directory, 1889
1891 living with wife and eight children in District 119, S. District 13 Centre Toronto; employed in a coal & wood yard; R.C. 1891 Census of Canada
1892 coal and wood, Toronto Directory for the Counties of Dufferin, Muskoka, Ontario, Simcoe and York, 1892
1893 coal 91 William, h 101 University Toronto City Directory, 1893
1896 Toronto City Directory, 1896
1911 living with wife and four children in District 128, S. District 1 Ward 5, enumeration district 50, Toronto; [labourage?], working on own account; can read and write; commonly speaks English; forename as Lewis 1911 Census of Canada
1916-07-05 of 727 Euclid Ave, Toronto Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956
1918-06-24 of 707 Euclid Ave, Toronto Border Crossings: From Canada to U.S., 1895-1956
  referred to as 'Grandpa Louis' correspondence to D.F. Wells from Madeleine Thomas-Lalonde
1921 living at 727 Euclid Ave, Toronto, with wife and three daughters; owned his home; could speak both English and French; R.C. religion; expressman; working in cartage on own account 1921 Census of Canada
1922 of 727 Euclid Ave, Toronto Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1938 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947
1926-04-07 expressman, of 727 Euclid Ave, Toronto; registered the birth (in 1880) of his eldest son; marked his name Ontario, Canada, Births, 1869-1913—1880
1935 retired; of 727 Euclid Avenue, Spadina, Toronto; Elizabeth and Marie Lalone also registered there Voters' list
after 1935 d. Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1938 and Deaths Overseas, 1939-1947; Ontario, Canada, Births, 1869-1913; Voters' list


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