Trish, i think i mentioned there was a woman in Canada that was doing research for us.Odd that her name is Colleen Ouellette. not my family line but maybe yours?
anyway, colleen says she believes that louise married a louise Dubuc, not dube.however, it is possible that records were hard to read.anyway, she hunts down louise's parents to be francis dubuc and marie boucher.
as far as the lefebvre end of the family, i keep hitting a dead end.i've never seen such a hard family to trace.any relatives past louis seem to have disappeared.i know there was a great conflict between my father and louis as he refused to talk about him to my mother at all.i remember asking him about his grandparents as a child and the response i got was, "i don't have any.they are dead."so, touchy subject and now my father is dead.
i do have some other info that may be our lineage.i visited ishpeming and went to the ishpeming cemetary to visit henry and emmaline's graves.i looked around for other lafave's and found a Lawrence LaFave that my mother says she believes is my father's cousin.he was born in 1915 and died in 1962.lawrence's father was Edward LaFave and was born 1885 and died 1947.also, there is a grave there that appears to be lawrence's mother.her name is antoniquette (sp? - I got messy in my writing when i was there, so i'd have to go back to check my spelling)i forgot to write down her dob and dod.that's the only other info i have.i am going to email colleen to see if she has found any proof of mary louise dubuc really being mary louis dube