Fonds 1988.292 - PETER ROCHELLE fonds

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CA CPA 1988.292

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  • after 1988 (Creation)

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1 volume

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Peter Walter Rochelle (1922-1999) wrote about his Strathclair Municipality family in "Rochelle Family: 1901-1988". He was born on the Strathclair, Manitoba farm and died in Carberry. His parents were Maria Gluszka and Ludwick Ruzle (or Rozella) and he had three brothers and four sisters. He married Mary Melcosky (1922-) in 1942 and they had children Barbara, Shirley, Walter, and Murray. He was educated at Wisla and Elphinstone until age eleven when he was required to earn wages on a farm. He returned to Elphinstone in 1946, moved to Carberry in 1957, and lived in Edmonton between 1977-1978. He farmed and worked in lumbering and other jobs in Manitoba and Ontario.

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Records have been presented to the Carberry Plains Archives in 1988 by the Carberry Plains Museum.

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Fonds consists of "Rochelle Family: 1901-1988" a history compiled by Sonia (Rochelle) Chasko circa 1987.

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