Found in Canada and written completely in French, this is the record of baptism for Camille LeMarre, Sister Madeleine's grandfather.
Photo taken in 1904 of Sister Madeleine;s parents' wedding—Marie Louise Brosseau and William J. LaMarre.
Information concerning the wedding photo above.
The Brosseau Family—Sister Madeleine's grandparents Hippolyte Brosseau and Philomene (Dupuis) Brosseau are seated at center with their ten children and their childrens' spouses.
The Brosseau Family—Sister Madeleine's grandparents Hippolyte Brosseau and Philomene (Dupuis) Brosseau are seated at center with their ten children. Sister Madeleine's mother, Marie Louise is at top center.
Newspaper article written about Sister Madelein's father—from the Kankakee's The Daily Journal, then known as the Republican News.
Article from the Encyclopedia of Illinois about Sister Madeleine's father, William LaMarre.
Sister Madeleine, shown to the far left, with the sisters of the Congregation de Notre Dame. A photo featured in the Kankakee's The Daily Journal during the celebration of 140 years of service to the area.
Sister Madeleine and her Sister Pauline in a photo taken for the Bourbonnais Herald.
A letter written only in French courtesy of Sister Madeleine.
Photo of Sister Madeleine with her mother and 5 siblings.
Saint Marguerite Bourgeoys with the children. A fellow Sister made this in honor of her. She founded and built the boarding school to teach young girls to be good wives.
Sister Madeleine LaMarre in the Chapel of the Convent.