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FIRST GENERATION

1. AVCM Robert Alan ROY


SECOND GENERATION

2. Capt. Robert Gladwin ROY was born on 5 October 1919 in 1800 East 105th Street, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(1,2) He was nick named "Bob."(3) He is listed in the family of Leo Joseph Roy and Gladys C. Gladwin in 1920 census in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.4 He was christened on 11 June 1922 in the Akron Universalist Church, Akron, Summit County, Ohio.(5) He was confirmed on 28 March 1934 in Incarnation Episcopal Church, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(6) He joined the U.S. Army Medical Corp. in 1940.(3) He and Shirley Frances Woodman lived in 1941 in Fort Devens, Shirley, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It was at Fort Devens, that then Sgt. Roy kept the PX lunch counter open late so that Shirley Woodman could get lunch.(3) On 3 May 1942 in the Highland Congregational Church, Lowell, Middlesex County, Massachusetts, Robert married Shirley Frances Woodman, daughter of Harry Lincoln Woodman and Ruth Esther Ward.(7,8,9,10) He and Shirley Frances Woodman lived in New Estate Road, Littleton, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.10 He was discharged from the Army in 1945.11 He and Shirley Frances Woodman lived in 1946 in Butler, Butler County, Pennsylvania.(3) He and Shirley Frances Woodman lived about 1949 in West Alexander, Washington County, Pennsylvania.(3) Having joined the National Guard, he was called up with the 28th Division during of the Korean War.11 He and Shirley Frances Woodman lived in 1951 in Camp Atterbury, Bartholomew County, Indiana.(3) He and Shirley Frances Woodman lived in 1952 in Germany.(3) He and Shirley Frances Woodman lived in 1955 in Fort Belvoir, Fairfax County, Virginia.(3) He was retired in 1957 from the Army, receiving a medical discharge.(3) He and Shirley Frances Woodman moved in 1957 to Athol, Worcester County, Massachusetts.(3,11) He was employed about 1958 in Orange Credit Union, Orange, Franklin County, Massachusetts.(3) He served about 1959 in Orange, Franklin County, Massachusetts, as the Director of Civil Defense.(3) He died on Tuesday 3 May 1966 in Athol, Worcester County, Massachusetts, at age 46 years, 6 months and 28 days.(3,8,9,2) He was buried on 9 May 1966 in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, Arlington County, Virginia, section 51, grave 1392.(3)


THIRD GENERATION

4. Leo Joseph ROY was born on 13 September 1891 in Rochester, Monroe County, New York.(1,2,12) He is listed in the family of Joseph Roy and Evangalina Manny in 1900 census in 20 Mansion Street, Glenville Village, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(12) He is listed in the family of Joseph Roy and Evangalina Manny in 1910 census in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(13) On 18 January 1913 in Windsor, Essex County, Ontario, Canada, Leo married Gladys C. Gladwin, daughter of Stephen Cooper Gladwin and Ada L. Copeland.(14,15) He was Presbyterian according to his marriage certificate.(15) He was a foreman in 1919 in Cleveland.(1) He and Gladys C. Gladwin lived on 5 October 1919 in 575 East 102ed Street Suite 4, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(1) He and Gladys C. Gladwin appeared on the Census of 1920 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(4) He was a locksmith about 1940.(3) He died on Wednesday 2 July 1980 in Westlake, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, at age 88 years, 9 months and 19 days.(16,2,17)


FOURTH GENERATION

9. Evangalina MANNY was born on 6 January 1868 in St-Luc, Comté de St-Jean, Québec, Canada(18), or Evangalina Manny was born on 6 January 1869 in Montréal, Comté de Montréal, Québec, Canada.(19,12) She was nick named "Eva." She was christened on 7 January 1868 in St-Luc, Comté de St-Jean, Québec, Canada.(18) She was christened as Marie Melvina Evageline.(18) She emigrated in 1881 from Québec, Canada.(20) About 1888 Evangalina married Joseph Roy, son of Joseph Roy and Marie Adelaide Gagnon. She and Joseph Roy lived in 1893 in 20 Mansion Street, Glenville Village, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(21) She and Joseph Roy appeared on the Census of 1900 in 20 Mansion Street, Glenville Village, Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(12) She was naturalized after 1900. She and Joseph Roy appeared on the Census of 1910 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(13) She and Joseph Roy appeared on the Census of 1920 in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(22) She left a will on 26 July 1949 in Euclid, Cuyahoga County, Ohio.(23) She died on Friday 14 October 1949 in Cuy-La Sanatarium, Euclid, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, at age 81 years, 9 months and 8 days of Parkinson's disease.(19) She was buried on 17 October 1949 in Knollwood Mausoleum, Mayfield Hights, Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Grave number 37.(19)



FIFTH GENERATION

18. Joseph Napoléon MANY was born about 1845 in Québec, Canada.(24,25) He was christened on 19 September 1845 in St-Jean, Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada.(18) On 5 February 1867 in St-Luc, Comté de St-Jean, Québec, Canada, Joseph married Marguerite Poirier, daughter of Jean-Baptiste-Félix Poirier and Louise Amiot.(19,18,26) He appeared on the Census of 1871 in St-Luc, Comté de St-Jean, Québec, Canada.(18) On 23 August 1875 in St-Joseph de Montréal, Montréal, Comté de Montréal, Québec, Canada, Joseph married Priscille Charbonneau.(18)



SIXTH GENERATION

36. Joseph MANY was born on 4 July 1816 in Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada.(27,24) He was christened on 5 July 1816 in St-Joseph, Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada.(27) He was a farmer in 1840 in Chambly.(28) On 19 January 1841 in St-Joseph, Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada, Joseph married Genevieve Jetté, daughter of Antoine Jetté and Josephte Cognac.(24,29,28,30) He moved before 1861 to St-Luc, Comté de St-Jean, Québec, Canada.(28)



SEVENTH GENERATION

72. Joseph MANY was christened on 4 September 1781 in St-Mathias, Comté de Rouville, Québec, Canada.(24,31) On 19 February 1810 in St-Joseph, Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada, Joseph married Louise Lamoureux, daughter of Pierre Lamoureux and Louise Thomas.(24,32,33,34) On 12 February 1828 in St-Luc, Comté de St-Jean, Québec, Canada, Joseph married Marie-Louise Jetté, daughter of Louis Jetté and Josephte Goyet.(35,32) He appeared on the Census of 1851 in Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada. as living with his son, Benoni.(35) He died on Tuesday 29 May 1860 in Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada, at age 78 years, 8 months and 25 days.(24,32) He was buried on 31 May 1860 in St-Joseph, Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada.(32)



EIGHTH GENERATION

145. Marguerite GABORIAU was born on 26 August 1749 in Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada.(36,37) She was christened on 28 August 1749 in St-Joseph, Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada. Many (2001) gives the place of her baptism as Québec City. Tanguay (1887) gives her baptismal date as 30 August 1749.(24,38,39,36,40) On 21 September 1767 in St-Joseph, Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada, Marguerite married Nicolas Magni dit Ladouceur, son of Nicholas Magni dit Ladouceur & Cécile Marie Cloutier.(24,38,41,37) She died on Thursday 29 January 1784 in Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada, at age 34 years, 5 months and 3 days.(24,37) She was buried on 30 January 1784 in Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada.(37)



NINTH GENERATION

291. Marguerite-Françoise BOILEAU was born on 27 September 1710 in Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada.(24,42,40,37) She was christened on 27 September 1710 in Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada.37 On 7 January 1732 in Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada, Marguerite-Françoise married Jean Gabouriau dit LaPalme, son of Pierre Gabouriau and Marguerite Michel. Tanguay (1887) gives their marriage as in 1734.(24,40,37,43,44) She died on Thursday 7 August 1760 in St-Antoine-de-la-Perade, Chambly, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada, at age 49 years, 10 months and 11 days.(24,40,37)



TENTH GENERATION

583. Marguerite MÉNARD dit FONTAINE was born in Canada. On 5 July 1706 in Boucherville, Comté de Chambly, Québec, Canada, Marguerite married Pierre Boileau, son of Vincent Boileau and Geneviève Girard.(24,45,46,47,37,53).



ELEVENTH GENERATION

1167. Marie-Madeleine COUC dit LEFEBVRE was christened in 1669 in Trois-Rivières, Comté de St-Maurice, Québec, Canada.(24,48,49). Before 31 Dec 1684, Marie-Madeleine married Maurice Ménard dit Lafontaine, son of Jacques Ménard dit Lafortaine and Catherine Forestier.(24,50,49,51,53).



TWELFTH GENERATION

2335. Marie MITE8MEG8K8E was born about 1631 in Québec, Canada.(24,48,49,52,53) Her parents are unknown.(52) She was baptized as an adult on 6 November 1650 in Montréal, Comté de Montréal, Québec, Canada.(52) Marie was of the Weskarini Band of the Algonkin Tribe. (48,52) Before 1645, Marie married Asababich. (52) On 16 April 1657 in Trois-Rivières, Comté de St-Maurice, Québec, Canada, Marie married Pierre Couc dit Lafleur, son of Nicolas Couc and Elisabeth Templair.(24,48,49,52, 53) She was buried on 8 January 1699 in Trois-Rivières, Comté de St-Maurice, Québec, Canada.(48,49,52, 53)
The Jesuit missionaries, in transcribing the languages of the Native Peoples, used standard French letters to represent the vowels and consonants they heard, whenever that was possible. But there was one phoneme that did not correspond to any sound used in French, a sound that was similar, but not identical to, the vowel [u], as in the word "tout", and similar, but not identical to, the semi-consonant Marie Manit8abe8ich, as in the word "ouest". This phoneme was transcribed in written script by a symbol that consisted of two Greek letters superscribed (written one on top of the other), either omicron below omega (o under w) or omicron below upsilon (o under u). But no such symbol was included among the fonts available to French typesetters whose task it was to set the Jesuit Relations into print. And so, they used the closest symbol they could find, the number[8].


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Endnotes
1. Vital Records of Cuyahoga County, Ohio,, Birth Certificate 6952D Roy, Robert Gladwin.
2. Social Security Death Index, unknown series (Utah: Automated Archives, Inc, 2003). Hereinafter cited as SSDI.
3. Personal Knowledge of Robert Alan Roy.
4. Ancestry.com, United States Census 1920 for Ohio (No place: Ancestry.com). Hereinafter cited as US Census 1920 for Ohio.
5. Baptismal Certificate, , Roy, Robert Gladwin, Universalist Church, Akron, Ohio.
6. Confirmation Certificate Roy, Robert Gladwin, Incarnation Church, Cleveland, Ohio.
7. Vital Records of Lowell, Massachusetts.
8. Florine Isabel Delvy, Delvey Genealogies (unknown location: manuscript, 1968), p 3. Hereinafter cited as Delvey Genealogies.
9. Diane Brodeur, "Descendants of Ruth Melinda Delvey" (manuscript, Oxford, Massachusetts, 1981), p 2. Hereinafter cited as "Descendants of Ruth Melinda Delvey."
10. Roy-Woodman Wedding, Lowell Sun, Lowell, Massachusetts, 1942. Hereinafter cited as Roy-Woodman Wedding.
11. Obituary of Robert G. Roy, Athol Daily News, Athol, Massachusetts, 5 May 1966. Hereinafter cited as Athol Daily News.
12. United States Census 1900 for Ohio , Roll T623, SD 19, ED 216 Sheet 7. Hereinafter cited as US Census 1900 for Ohio.
13. Ancestry.com, United States Census 1910 for Ohio (No place: Ancestry.com), Cleveland Ward 26, Cuyahoga, Ohio; Roll: T624_1176; Page: 1A; Enumeration District: 401. Hereinafter cited as US Census 1910 for Ohio.
14. Anonymous Akron and Summit County, Ohio 1825-1928 - Biographical, volume II (Chicago and Akron, Ohio: S. J. Clark Publishing Company, 1928), p 206. Hereinafter cited as Akron - Biographical.
15. Ancestry.com and Genealogical Research Library, online www.Ancestry.com, unknown author (Provo, Utah), compiled 2006, Marriage Certificate 026883.
16. Letter from Lois Calvert (Loveland, Ohio) to Robert A. Roy, 1985; Personal Genealogical Collection (RR1, Box 308, Paw Paw, West Virginia), ltr of 25 Sep 1987.
17. Ancestry.com, online Ancestry.com, Ohio Department of Health (Provo, Utah), downloaded 1999, Certificate: 048988.
18. Kenneth B Schoonmaker, "Manney Family," e-mail message from KBSchoony@aol.COM (Newburgh, New York) to Robert A. Roy, 21June 2000. Hereinafter cited as "Manney Family."
19. Vital Records of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Death Certificate of Eva Roy.
20. US Census 1900 for Ohio, Roll T623; SD 19; ED 216; Sheet 7.
21. Joseph Roy Dies at 87, Was Stove Executive, Cleveland Plain Dealer, Cleveland, Ohio, 1951. Hereinafter cited as Cleveland Plain Dealer.
22. US Census 1920 for Ohio, Cleveland Ward 25, Cuyahoga, Ohio; Roll: T625_1372; Page: 6A; Enumeration District: 474.
23. Vital Records of Cuyahoga County, Ohio, Will of Eva Roy.
24. Christopher Many, Ancestors of Napoleon Many (No place: manuscript, 12 July 2001). Hereinafter cited as Ancestors of Napoleon Many.
25. Kenneth B. Schoonmaker Many Families Named Magny, Manee, Maney, Manney, Manny and Many, Volume Two (New Paltz, New York: Magny Families Association, 1989), p 74. Hereinafter cited as Many Families, volume two.
26. Jean-Marie Matteau, "Parental Ancestry of Marguerite Poirier," e-mail message from matteau@sympatico.ca (Hull, Québec, Canada) to Robert A. Roy, 9 May 2003. Hereinafter cited as "Parental Ancestry of Marguerite Poirier."
27. Kenneth B. Schoonmaker Many Families Named Magny, Manee, Maney, Manney, Manny and Many, Volume Four (Newburgh, New York: Magny Families Association, 1991), p 69. Hereinafter cited as Many Families, volume four.
28. Schoonmaker Many Families, volume two, p 73.
29. Marcel Rivel, Répertoire des Mariages de la Paroisse Staint-Joseph Chambly 1706-1990 (Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Québec, Canada: Société d'histoire du Haut-Richelieu, 1999), pp 216, 284. Hereinafter cited as Mariages de la St. Joseph Chambly.
30. International Genealogical Index (IGI).
31. Schoonmaker Many Families, volume four, pp 64-65.
32. Schoonmaker Many Families, volume four, p 65.
33. Schoonmaker Many Families, volume two, p 69.
34. Mariages de la St. Joseph Chambly (published), p 234.
35. Schoonmaker Many Families, volume two, p 70.
36. Schoonmaker Many Families, volume four, p 64.
37. Programme de recherche en démographie historique, online http://www.genealogie.umontreal.ca/en/main.htm. Hereinafter cited as PRDH.
38. Kenneth B. Schoonmaker Many Families Named Magny, Manee, Maney, Manney, Manny and Many, Volume One (New Paltz, New York: Magny Families Association, 1986), p 73. Hereinafter cited as Many Families, volume one.
39. Cyprien Tanguay Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Canadiennes, volume V (Montréal, Quebec, Canada: Eusèbe Senécal, 1888), p 453. Hereinafter cited as Dictionnaire Généalogique vol V.
40. Cyprien Tanguay Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Canadiennes, volume IV (Montréal, Quebec, Canada: Eusèbe Senécal, 1887), p 115. Hereinafter cited as Dictionnaire Généalogique vol IV.
41. Tanguay Dictionnaire Généalogique vol V, pp 452-453.
42. René Jetté, Dictionnaire généalogique des familles du Québec (Montréal, Québec, Canada: Université de Montréal, 1983), p 120. Hereinafter cited as Dictionnaire généalogique des familles du Québec.
43. Irénée Jetté, Mariages de St-Joseph-de-Chambly 1706-1964 (Marie-Victorion, Québec: B. Pontbriand, 1964), p 38. Hereinafter cited as Mariages de la St. Joseph Chambly.
44. Mariages de la St. Joseph Chambly (published), p 45.
45. Benoit Pontbriand, Mariages de Boucherville 1668-1900 (Boucherville, Québec, Canada: by Author, 1964), p 179. Hereinafter cited as Mariages de Boucherville.
46. Jetté, Dictionnaire généalogique des familles du Québec, pp 120, 795.
47. Tanguay Dictionnaire Généalogique vol V, p 591.
48. Cyprien Tanguay Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Canadiennes, volume I (Montréal, Quebec, Canada: Eusèbe Senécal, 1871), p 142. Hereinafter cited as Dictionnaire Généalogique vol I.
49. Cyprien Tanguay Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Canadiennes, volume III (Montréal, Quebec, Canada: Eusèbe Senécal, 1887), p 160. Hereinafter cited as Dictionnaire Généalogique vol III.
50. Jetté, Dictionnaire généalogique des familles du Québec, pp 794-795.
51. Tanguay Dictionnaire Généalogique vol V, p 590.
52. Léveillée-Bélanger Ancestry - Ancetres, online
http://www.leveillee.net/ancestry/d296.htm. and http://www.leveillee.net/ancestry/d294.htm.
Hereinafter cited as Léveillée-Bélanger website.
53. PRDH - Programme de recherche en démocraphie historique - Université de Montréal.

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