Adam, Louis

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Adam, Louis

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1925-2005

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Louis Adam was born 24 November 1925 in Coaticook to Stanislas Adam and Adrianna Hénault. He married Gertrude Bouchard in Coaticook on 3 January 1948. Together they had the following childred: Claude (b. 1948), Lise (b. 1949), Yves (b. 1952), Yvon (b. 1952), Denise (b. 1955), and Richard (1962-1976). At least from 1953 to 1967, Louis Adam owned and operated the Champlain service station, also known as Service Louis Adam, which was situated on Main Street in Coaticook. Louis Adam passed away on 14 May 2005 in Coaticook.

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  • French

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Lavoie, André. Coaticook, 1864-1964. [s.l. : s.n.], 1964?, p. 180.

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