Emile James Ozanne I (1872-1939)

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Emile James Ozanne I (1872-1939) Worker (b. 1872, St. Pierre, Pas-De-Calais, France - d. September 12, 1939, Brooklyn, New York City, New York, USA)

Name variationsEdit

  • Emile James Ozanne
  • J. Emile Ozanne
  • Emile J. Ozanne


He is related to Caderas Ozanne, a lacemaker from Calais



1872 in St. Pierre, Pas-De-Calais, France.



He emigrated to the United States around 1908.

First marriageEdit

He married Sarah M. (1873-c1925) in France in 1896. Her name comes from the US Census. However there is an obituary in the New York Times for a Marie Ritchie (c1870-1920) who died on April 28, 1920 at St. Luke's Hospital in New York City.



They emigrated around 1908.

Providence, Rhode IslandEdit

In 1910 they were living in Providence, Rhode Island. He was a lace manufacturer. They had two servants.

Second marriageEdit

Emile married Mabel O'Malley (1890-1926) on April 1, 1925 and had a child Emile James Ozanne II (1926) who died at birth. Their marriage certificate was "10576".


On March 25, 1926 he was naturalized in New York City. He was living at 610 West 110th Street with his son Pierre Ozanne (1906-?).

Death of second wifeEdit

Mabel took her own life a few months after the death of her child.

Seattle, WashingtonEdit

There is an "Emil J. Ozanne" born in 1872 in the 1930 US Census living in Seattle, Washington as a widower. He was born in France.


He died on September 12, 1939 in Brooklyn, New York City, New York. He is death certificate number "8456".

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