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Louis Vicus PARNIER II aka Vadeboncoeur
1808 - 1852
Louis PARNIER I aka Vadeboncoeur [+2]
Daniel PARNIER aka Parnyea, Parnnzea, Pernie, and Punie
1840 - 1914
Veronica LEBEAU [+6]

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Levi PERNIE aka Levi
1874 - 1944

Bridget ROBIDOU aka Robeiour
1811 - 1850
Louis ROBIDOU [+5]
Anchange BERNARD [+7]
b. 1812
Elizabeth MURPHY
1845 - 1884
Maximum ancestor generation: 10
Number of known descendents: 0


   Levi Pernie aka Levi
  • Born: 10 Jan 1874, Trenton MI (?)
  • Death: 26 Apr 1944, Toledo State Hospital Toledo OH

  • bullet    General Notes:

    Information about Levi was know in the family. He was soldier in the Spanish American War. (1898) Served in Company L, 30th U.S. Infantry Regular Army from Ohio. He was employed as a barber when on the 28 January 1901 Levi enlisted in the army at Grand Rapids, Michigan for 4 enlistments of 3 years each. He was discharged December 20, 1912 from Angie Island-San Francisco, California.

    In Levi's brother John's obituary it told Levi, was with the U.S. Infantry stationed at Ft. Wayne at Detroit.

    Securing records from the government and hospital where he live and died gave an insite on Uncle Levi. After his discharge worked as a laborer. He is recorded as working in a factory. Living in Monroe County 1920 at age 46 Levi applied for a pension from the U.S. government. After required physicals and test proving he was unable to work to support himself. He was found to be disabled from malaria fever at various intervals and suffered severe headaches and rhumatism. He was issued a pension

    This was in 1907. Belonged to VFW Egbert Camp # 10 in Toledo, OH

    Is it possible Levi was baptised Leviticus. I am still looking for record of his birth.

    Buried at Calvery Cemetery, Toledo OH (?) Section 41 - Lot 6 - Grave 1311.gr 574 r 6 s41

    Repair work on the floor at the William Pernia family found a newpaper punch card for the Detroit Free Press. The date was 1930's. Did Levi live with William at one time? Were his belongings stored there when he was admitted into the State Hospital in Toledo OH?

    Date of last change: 2 Aug 2013 06:24:55

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