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Sarah Fewins Clark Duchemin
Sex: Female
Birth: 1797
Death: December 3, 1868
Spouse/Partner: Watson Duchemin (1790-1872)


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Sarah Fewins Clark Duchemin Born in England and immigrated to Prince Edward Island, Canada around 1819 with her husband, Watson Duchemin who was an inventor. She lost one of her children in a fire, and 25 years later, unsuccessfully tried to save the life of a neighbour woman whose clothes had caught fire while cooking. She is buried with her husband and young children in the Old Protestant Burying Grounds (Elm Ave Cemetery) in Charlottetown.



ChildrenEdit

Name Birth date Birth place Death date Death place
Children of Sarah Fewins Clark Duchemin and Watson Duchemin
Henrietta Fewins Duchemin March 2, 1819 Plymouth, Devon, England


William Watson Duchemin 21 June, 1820 Hope River, Queens, Prince Edward Island December, 1913


Peter Hamilton Duchemin April 19, 1822 Hope River, Queens, Prince Edward Island April 4, 1827 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island


Edwin John Duchemin 1823 Hope River, Queens, Prince Edward Island June 14, 1924 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island


Carolina Louisa Duchemin 1825 Hope River, Queens, Prince Edward Island 1878 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island


Lavinia Duchemin 28, November, 1828 Hope River, Queens, Prince Edward Island


Elizabeth Hawkins Duchemin October 11, 1830 Hope River, Queens, Prince Edward Island 14 December, 1907


Pamela Duchemin Tanton 1833 Hope River, Queens, Prince Edward Island 1922 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island


Albert Duval Duchemin 1837 Hope River, Queens, Prince Edward Island 1918 Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island


Edmund W. Duchemin 1840 Hope River, Queens, Prince Edward Island

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