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Bertha Mae DeCroteau (1889-1968)

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Bertha Mae DeCroteau was born 30 May 1889 in South Hero, Grand Isle County, Vermont, United States of America to Julius Croto (1848-1936) and Mary Louise Lapierre (1848-1943) and died July 1968 in Brooklyn, New York, New York, United States of America of unspecified causes. She married Thomas Francis Savage (c1885-aft1920) . Ancestors are from the United States, Canada, France.
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Siblings


Offspring of Julius Croto and Mary Louise Lapierre (1848-1943)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Adele Croto (1873-)
William Eugene DeCroteau (1885-1954)
Bertha Mae DeCroteau (1889-1968) 30 May 1889 South Hero, Grand Isle County, Vermont, United States of America July 1968 Brooklyn, New York, New York, United States of America Thomas Francis Savage (c1885-aft1920)

Alred Croto (1874-c1950)



Children


Offspring of Thomas Francis Savage and Bertha Mae DeCroteau (1889-1968)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Torrence Frances Savage (1911-1988) 26 March 1911 Pittsburgh, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, United States of America 9 December 1988 Chatham Township, Morris County, New Jersey, United States of America Frank Augustus Nicholson (1900-1962)

Biography

Traveled the country as a Vaudville performer
Member (as Mazie Berto) of the Peerless Trio or Peerless Italian Trio with her husband and Suzette Carsell, "The Mother of the Accordion"
Went by several names: Bertha Mae Croteau (pre Vaudville), Berth Mae De Croteau (Vaudville career with spouse), Mazie Berto , Mazie Savage (starting around 1940).

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Contributors

  Charles Patrick Behre

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