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Jean Vibert (born Seeley)


Gender: Female

Date of Birth: 1907

Date of Death: July 29, 1940

Birth Place: Campbell’s Bay, Quebec

Death Place: Campbell’s Bay, Quebec

VIBERT – At Campbell’s Bay, Que., on Tuesday, July 29, 1940, Jean Seeley, beloved wife of Wilson Vibert, in her 33rd year.  Funeral Thursday morning.

Published in The Ottawa Journal, Wednesday, July 30, 1940

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Mrs. Wilson Vibert

Campbell’s Bay, Aug. 2 – (Special) – Tribute was paid to the memory of the late Mrs. Wilson Vibert by many friends and relatives at the funeral yesterday morning from her late residence to St. John the Evangelist church where requiem mass was chanted by Rev. E.T. McNally.

Born in Campbell’s Bay 33 years ago, a daughter of the late Joseph Seeley and his wife the former Mary Mousseau, she spent all her life in the community.  In 1928 she married Wilson Vibert.

Surviving besides her husband, are two sons, Herbert and Cecil; three daughters, Grace, Eleanor and an infant daughter; her mother, Mrs. Mary Seeley, seven brothers, Peter Seeley of Ottawa; Louis, Nobel, Ont.; George, Lorraine, Que.; John, Vancouver, B.C.; Ambrose, Ottawa; Thomas, Timmins, and Eric, Port Arthur and three sisters, Mrs. Michael St. Germain and Mr. Joseph Jennings, both of Campbell’s Bay and Mrs. Leo Thibodeau, Noranda.  Interment was made in the family plot.

The high esteem with which Mrs. Vibert was regarded was shown by the many beautiful floral and spiritual offerings which were received by the family.

Published in The Ottawa Citizen (Ottawa, Ontario, Canada) Saturday August 3, 1940

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