Charles-Olivier Merand

M, b. 31 August 1833, d. before 18 April 1903
FatherAmbroise Merand b. 16 Aug 1782, d. bt 25 Oct 1836 - 14 Sep 1846
MotherJulie Rivard dit Lanouette b. 17 Feb 1794, d. 12 Sep 1846
     Charles-Olivier was born on Saturday, 31 August 1833 in Ste-Anne-de-La-Perade, Champlain County, Quebec, Canada. He was christened there on 1 September 1833 in Ste-Anne-de-La-Perade Church.1 Charles-Olivier married his wife in Ontario, Canada. On 25 March 1861, Charles Marrand purchased the southeast quarter of lot 17 in the 11th concession from Norris Switzer and his wife consisting of 50 acres.2 On the 2nd of March 1875, Louis Trifley Maurand obtains from Charles Maurand the southeast quarter of lot 17 in the 11th concession containing fifty acres. Charles was a brother of Trifley. Charles-Olivier departed this life in Hungerford Township, Hastings County, Ontario, Canada. He was buried there in St. Carthagh Churchyard on Saturday, 18 April 1903.3


___ (?) d. 1903


  1. [S1596] Drouin Institute: Baptism: 1 September 1833 - Charles-Olivier Mairan, born: 31 August; son of Ambroise Mairan & Julie Lanouette; sponnsors: Pierre Mairan & Callisete Asselin, wife of the God father; at Ste-Anne-de-la-Perade -
  2. [S423] Land Record: Hungerford Township, Hasting County, Ontario - Deed dated 25 March 1861 registered 27 March 1861. Grantor Norris Switzer and wife to Charles Marrand 50 acres SE ¼.
  3. [S1563] St. Carthage - Baptisms, Marriages, Burials 1884-1908: Burial: 18 April 1903, I the undersigned priest have placed in the vault of the Stucco Cemetery, the remains of Charles Meraw aged 67 years. There were present Michael Quinn, Mr. Beausoleil, and many others. signed Archibald J. Hanley -