Sex: Female. Birth: 15 Mar 1885 in Attleboro Falls, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA Death: 25 Nov 1963 in Rehobeth, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA Burial: 27 Nov 1963 in St. Stephen Cemetary, Attleboro, Bristol, Ma, USA Reference: 7.
Family: Husband: Wilfred Oswald Brousseau 1883 - 1986. Marriage: 26 Jun 1906 St. Joseph Church, Attleboro, Bristol, Massachusetts, USA. Parents: Husband: John Baptiste Antaya 1856 - 1935.
Wife: Marie Louise Pellissier 1861 - 1944.
Event: Type: Last Residance . in Rehobeth, Bristol, Massachussetts, USA Married at St Josephs Catholic Church, 26 Jun 1906, Attleboro, MA. Marriages of St Josephs Catholic Church, Attleboro, Ma, 1905-1986, Janice Burkhart, page 17.
Buried in St Stephens Cemetary Attleboro, Bristol Massachusetts.
Information from: Franco-American Burials, Foley Funeral Home, Attleboro, Massachussetts - From 1911 - 1985. Compiled and published by Armand Letourneau, Mary Letourneau, Henri Pardis and Janis Burkhart. Page 49.
Born: 1885 in Attleboro, MA Parents: Jean Baptiste Antaya b. Canada and Marie Louise Pelissey b. Canada Died: 25 Nov 1963 in Attleboro, MA at age 78 Buried: 27 Nov 1963 at St Stephen Cemetary, Attleboro, MA Spouse: Wilfred Brousseau Occupation: At Home Residence: Rehobeth, MA Parash: St. Stephen
From Attleboro Sun, Monday, 25 November 1963: Mary Brousseau Passes Away Rehobeth - Mrs. Mary Louise (Antaya) Brousseau died this morning at her home on Agricultural Ave. She was the wife of Wilfred O. Brousseau. Mrs. Brousseau was born in Attleboro 78 years ago, a daughter of the late John B. and Mary Louise (Pelissey) Antaya. Surviving besides her husband are five sons, Omar fo Seakonk, Louis of Rehoboth, Philip of Kline, S.C., Laurence of Oakland, Cal., and Ernest of Lincoln, R.I., six daughters, Mrs Asa (Leona) Waterman, of Woodsville, N.H., Mrs. Louis (Olive) Prunier of Oxford, Mrs. Lawrence (Edna) Bryan of Mansfield, Mrs. Catherine Manning of Hayward, Cal., Mrs. Frank (Frances) Pimentel of Portsmouth, N.H., and Mrs. Alan (Doris) Higgins of Attleboro, four brothers, John B. and Joseph Antaya of Attleboro, Albert Antaya of Ware, and Adrian Antaya of Attleboro, three sisters, Miss Rose A. Antaya, Mrs Charles (Mary) Heger, and Mrs Aura Greene, all of Attleboro: 35 Grandchildren and four great grandchildren. The funeral will be conducted at 8:15 a.m., Wednesday morning from the Foley Funeral Home and will be followed by a solemn Requirem Mass at 9 o'clock in St. Stephen Church. Interment will be in the family lot, St Stephen Cemetery.
From Attleboro Sun, Tuesday, 26 November 1963: Deaths: Brousseau - In Rehoboth, November 25, Mary Louise (Antaya) Brousseau, wife of Wilfred O. Brousseau. Residence Agricultural Avenue, Rehoboth. Funeral will be held from the Stephen H. Foley Funeral Home 126 South Main St., Wednesday morning, November 27th at 8:15 a.m. followed by Solemn Requiem Mass in St Stephen Church at 9 o;clock. Relatives and friends are invited to attend. Colling hours Monday 7 to 9 p.m., Tuesday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. Interment St. Stephen Cemetery. Contributions in her memory may be made to Bishop Feehan Regional High School for a scholarship fund.
From Attleboro Sun, Wednesday, 27 November 1963: Mass Sung for Mary Brousseau The funeral for Mrs. Mary Louise (Antaya) Brousseau was conducted this morning from the Foley Funeral Home and was followed by a solemn Requiem Mass in St. Stephen Church. The celebrant, the Rev. J. Omer Lussier was assisted by the Rev. Rene Levesque and the Rev. Paul Bergeron, M.S. Father Lussier conducted the commital service at the family lot, St. Stephen Cemetary. Bearers were Richard and Alfred Pellisey, Charles and Richard Hegar, John Antaya, and Wiliam Brousseau. Mrs Brousseau, wife of Wilfred O. Brousseau of Agricultural Ave., Rehoboth, died Monday.