"The Family Tree of Cecile Schiller Belland"


Note: My Aunt Cece compiled and wrote this personal history approximately three months after the death of my mother, Laura Schiller Myerchin , who died on July 27, 1970. One can only guess the emotions and thoughts she might have had concerning her family at that time. Aunt Cece must have felt a strong need to preserve the record as well events of her family. To that end, we are all very thankful.-William Myerchin

The Family Tree
Cecile Schiller Belland

I, Cecile Schiller Belland am writing the biography of my heritage as I recall my father telling over and over again.

Dr. Johan Von Schiller of Bonn, Germany, came to Kingsbury, Ontario about the year 1750. Johan, a doctor of medicine was the last of seven boys. His parents were of a noble class of people. It is said they were rich in money and property.

Dr. Schiller, longing for adventure and experience, came to Kingsbury, Ontario. Because it took 6 months or more to cross the ocean, and ships were miserable to live in, he never returned to Germany to claim his fortune. He moved to Quebec and was married to Marguerite La Noir. To this union 8 boys and 2 girls were born.

Albert Von Schiller, one of Johan's sons, married Marie Daganias in Quebec. Albert and Marie had only two sons: David and Dolphis.

Dolphis was my paternal grandfather. He was born May 11, 1827 in Maskinonge, Quebec and died November 2, 1917 at the age of 90 year. Dolphis had a good upbringing by his parents. He was not permitted to indulge in any hard work before the age of 16. It was his father's philosophy that his two sons were well developed and ready to meet the future with strong bodied as well as minds.

As I remember my Grandfather Schiller, he was about 5'10" in height and perhaps 180 lbs, with blond hair, blue eyes and very light completion. Handsome in spite of his old age. He was an honorable man, a masterpiece; kind and just to all be it friend or foe. Honest in all dealings, upright with his fellow men. Had the respect of his family as well as all who knew him. He was a hand wood carver by trade and could hew anything in line of lumber was a hand axe to perfection. At the age of 24 he married Josephine Goulet, age 22 on August 4, 1851 in St Maurice, Canada. Through the years 10 children were born, all in St Maurice, Canada.

My Grandmother, Josephine Goulet Schiller was born on September 24, 1829 in Tres Revieres, Quebec, Canada. She was tall, stately and well shaped with dark brown eyes, black hair and very fair completion. A pretty woman was my father's recollection of his mother. Distinguished, vain, willful and proud. Partial to herself and family only. She was a skillful cook and could converse eloquently with anyone. I do not know too much about her father, Albert Goulet. They were a large family; Josephine the eldest. Her mother, Olive Tapin Goulet was intelligent as well as beautiful. It was said many times she could hold an audience spell-bound with tales, either sad or humorous. She fabricated fictitious tales as she went along. Adults as well as children were enchanted in her fables. She told them with fantasy and fitness.

Dolphis and Josephine and six of the younger children left Canada in 1875 to make their new home in the United States. They settled in Groverdale, Connecticut where he and the children immediately went to work in the woolen factories. As I recall my father saying so many times, "They were in God's Country". Money was coming in every day. The family were all together and they were happy to have the privilege of working, although the pay and conditions were not as good as they are today.

Dolphis was a supervisor of his section in the factory and the older children were weavers on the mills. Throughout the 10 years of their stay in the East, they amassed quite a sum of money which they were saving to move West and buy land.

On July 3, 1885 they arrived in Argyle, Minnesota, a small village where they bought a farm of 160 acres. It was equipped with horses, cows, pigs, machinery and the necessary equipment. The frame house of 8 rooms was fully furnished. This is where my father and his brothers and sisters made their home and to this day, the farm is still in the Schiller Family. My Grandfather's great, great, grandson, Philip, Jr resides there with his wife Rosemary and their 8 children; Clark, Leon, Fred, Hector, Daniel, Dolphis, and 3 girls, Lana Rae, Rose Marie and Evette. Three children were still born.



The first born to Dolphis and Josephine was Josephine II. She died in infancy.

The second was Dolphis II, born July 11, 1853. As I recall it was said, he was tall, about 6 ft in height and perhaps 175 lbs, with dark hair and eyes. Has a refined and pleasing personality, intellectual and polished. Dressed well with good taste. He Possessed a charming  voice. It was a delight to listen to his singing at festive gatherings where he was the center of attraction. A tremendous conversationalist and fascinating man.

The Schillers are descendants of nobility, sophistication and well bred. Dolphis II knew how to read and write well and was informed of current events. Perhaps even a little above in knowledge for the average pioneer of the community. He was in his early thirties when he came to join his family in Minnesota. The country was not too well populated and not too many young ladies were available for marriage partners. However, he did meet and fell in love with a tall, blue-eyed blond girl who was attractive, sly and cunning. She led him on with a promise to marry. The date was set for their marriage with everything ready. No one could have been happier for he had won this beautiful girl for his bride. However, his joy was to to last. He was dealt a cruel blow by this deceitful woman. A few day before the date of their wedding, he saw her on the arm of another man passing close to his home in her bridal array. It was believed she wanted to teach the Schillers a lesson in humility as she felt they were above her in knowledge and savoire faire. Dolphis never married and died in a mental hospital in September 1891 at the age of 38. His Illness lasted almost a year. A brain tumor could have been the cause of his sickness. It was also said of his disappointment in marriage might have been the cause of his illness.

Georgene Schiller was the third child born to Dolphis and Josephine. She married at the age of 18 years to Jude Richard in St Maurice, Canada. To this union 18 children were born. She was the only one to remain in Canada and never came to the United States to live with her parents.

Theophile Schiller, the fourth child of the family left home before his parents had come to the United States to work. He married Louise Fortier and was blessed with nine children; seven girls and to boys. He and his family always stayed in the East. Lawrence, Massachusetts is where they made their home.

The fifth child born to Dolphis and Josephine was Victoria; born on May 11, 1859. She married 18 months after her arrival in Minnesota on February 15, 1887 in her parent's home on the farm to Charles Morin, an architect and carpenter. At that time the Catholic Church was not yet established in the community. For her marriage the bride wore a black velvet blouse and white embroidered skirt. The groom wore a dark business suit.

Victoria was a pretty girl; large dark eyes, reddish auburn hair with a very light complexion. In fact, she and her two sisters, Armeline and Josephine were noted for their beauty. Victoria had no malice for anyone. She was gentle, kind and charitable to those who were sick. She would have been a good nurse if she had been trained for the profession. She was blessed in marriage. Her husband, Charles Morin made a good living for her. She in turn had a great love for him as well as her 4 children; namely, Joseph, Clara, Josephine and Omer. All married well and lived to have families of their own. Victoria and her husband have over 90 descendants. She died at the age of 57 years in Argyle, Minnesota in November 1916 of Diabetes.


JOSEPH MORIN - born March 15, 1889. Married Azelia Gooler 1/16/1912
Paul Morin - born May 5, 1921. Married Deloris Berard - -5 children
Margaret Morin - born February 12, 1923. Married Lawrence King--6 children
Charles Morin - born July 30, 1928. Married Gloria Schmitz.--5 Children

CLARA MORIN - born February 24, 1891. Married Alex Deschane 11/15/1915
Lorraine Deschane - born Sept 2, 1916. Married Ed Carsten.
4 children; John, Noel, Robert, and Victoria
Philip Deschane - born February 9, 1917. Married Libby Westman
2 children; Karen and David
Raymond Deschane - -born May 5, 1921 Married Doris Anderson
2 children; Dennis and Christopher
Noella Deschane - born December 24, 1924. Married Frank Sherman
3 children; Robert, James and John
Donald Deschane - born July 28, 1927. Married Theresa Ralph
8 children

JOSEPHINE MORIN - born August 16, 1892. Married Emery Lasha 9/2/1913
Noella Lasha - born December 25, 1914. Married Lawrence Audette
6 children; Luanne, Judith, Laurie, Theresa and Mary Jo
Robert Lasha - born January 24, 1916. Married Lorena Lacoursiere
3 children; Debra, Robert and Michelle
Clement Lasha - Born June 12, 1917. Married Bernice Vigness
1 child; Paul
Doris Lasha - born December 15, 1920. Married Leonard Goulet
12 children; Joy, Carol, John, Ronald, Victoria, Linda, Diane, Kathryn, Madonna, Michael, James,  Virginia
Phyllis Lasha - born January 26, 1928. Became a nun in the Order of St Benedict in 1946 and is called Sister Laurian

OMER MORIN - born June 7, 1894. Married Rose Moreau
Robert Morin - Married Gail Isaacson - 3 children.


My father, Hector Schiller was the sixth child, born on April 11, 1861, the day the Civil War was declared. He was married at the age of 31 on January 9, 1893 to Donalda Sourdiff. As I remember my father from early childhood, he was good looking, fine features, blue eyes, brown hair and very light skin. Was of medium structure, perhaps 5'7" or 5'8". Always neat, even in his work clothes. He was a well informed man. A great reader. Could read both French and English well. Had attention when he spoke and could talk with eloquence. Knew how to express his thoughts vividly, well and clear. Was virtuous in honesty. Could master anything he undertook. It had to be without defect or blemish. Perfection was his his goal. He was not meant to be a farmer. Perhaps a scientist or lawyer would have been more his profession. He could talk of people some day going to the Moon, and many other things that are now happening which were never heard of in those days. If his education had been more complete, he would have contributed great things to mankind.

He was a man quick to anger and spoke with a loud voice. Sometimes almost too quick to speak his mind. Could hurt one's feeling with cruel and sarcastic remarks but no sooner had he given way to his irritations he was sorry. He died in his 72nd year on December 23, 1932 of Cerebral Hemorrhage and to this day 65 descendants proceed.

My father and mother, Donalda Sourdiff, were married at High Noon on January 9, 1893 in the Catholic Church in Argyle, Minnesota. My father being 31 years of age and my mother 27. My mother's attire was a black corded taffeta dress, tight waist, pleated long ankle skirt with sequin trim, white plush hat with pink ostrich plume, black button shoes and dark plush coat. My father's attire was grey stripe trousers, black swallow tail coat, button-back white stiff front shirt with attached starched cuffs and collar and black bow tie. In the evening a reception was held at the farm home of the Grandparents, Dolphis and Josephine Schiller for a huge gather of relatives and friends. As is still customary, dancing, good food, wine and songs were the feature of the event. Mr Sanai Mayatte, now my Charles' father-in-law, provided music with the violin for entertainment. gifts were given to the bride and groom such as silverware, dishes and linens. To this day, 75 years later, I have a gift my mother Donalda received at her wedding; a glass cake stand which I have passed on to my eldest son, Mark and his wife Lillian. It is my wish that it will stay in the family. I want their oldest daughter Kathleen to be the recipient of this heirloom.

After my parent's marriage they lived with the Grandparents Schiller for 3 years. They then made arrangements to move into their own home; a farm owned by John Laramie, my father's brother-in-law scarcely 2 miles from the home of their Grandparents. The house was a 2 room dwelling with on bedroom upstairs and the kitchen, living room and one bedroom combined in one room downstairs. They had the essentials in furniture to maintain their home, although many items were hand-made such as tables, cupboards, shelves, wardrobe, etc. My father was quite handy with the saw and hammer. It was his ambition that his wife and family have a respectable home. They were like the pioneers of that particular period of time, struggling, hard work and long hours to buy the necessary things to maintain their lives. Their farm produce sold cheap and there was not too much market for it. As things went on, everything got better. John Laramie, the owner of the land, built a new frame house of 5 rooms: two bedrooms upstairs and three rooms downstairs including a large kitchen with glass doors, built-in cupboards and a nice living room and 1 bedroom. Also a new barn and grainery. Things were on the prosperous side. My father had good horses, perhaps 10 or 12, good machinery, cows, pigs, etc. Our Family was one of the better secured in the community.

His horses and cattle contracted a deadly disease called swamp fever that the vet could not cure. The horses were dying as well as the cattle. New ones were bought to replace their loss but the expense was to great and eventually everything was lost. He had to leave the farm and home he had worked and lived for 15 years

By this time the family were quite grown up and it was resolved they should make their home on their own land (160 acres) which was not built up. A six room house was build as well as a barn and other buildings. As the money had dwindled almost to nothing, Dad (Hector) had to mortgage his land for a new start.

World War I was declared during that period of time. Things started to skyrocket in price. Wheat was selling for $2.50 per bushel, oats went as high as $2.25, and flax $10 to $12 per bushel. The people were prosperous. My father had a good foresight and sensed that prices could not stay so high. He sold his land for $16,000 in cash in the fall, and as he had foreseen, by spring prices had dropped down to half. This was the beginning of the depression of 1929.

After the farm was sold my parents, Laura, Peter and myself moved into the small village of Argyle, Minnesota where my father died several years later in 1932. My mother lived until the age of 79 and died on August 23, 1945.

My forefather were of Catholic origin and held fast to the teachings of their faith. consequently our parents too taught us the belief of their faith. We children were educated in religion and were taught the commandments of God and prayers, especially the creed. Devotion at Mass and never to omit the Holy Sacrifice and the Sacraments.

My father and mother were staunch believers of their faith. They saw it fit that their laws were enforced in our home. My father was chief in matters of religion and did not take excuses from the children in matters of duty to God. During Lent the Rosary was recited in a family group, and meat was omitted on days prescribed as it was customary in those times. Also a firm believer in paying his just dues to the church. As I was taught in my youth I too passed on religious beliefs to my seven children and gave them all a good Catholic education by the Benedictine Nuns. We as their parents felt it a matter of duty and conscience to teach our family reverence and obedience to God's Laws-to know and serve him.



ARMELINE SCHILLER - born January 9, 1894.
Married Arthur Loranger on January 7, 1915. --7 children
Floretta Loranger - born November 18, 1915. Married Wenzel Metzatko. --3 children: Lucilla, Leon, and Louis. Died January 11, 1960, Greenbush, MN
Wallace Loranger - born June 11, 1921. Married Ardella Matusek--No Children
Ella Mae Loranger - born April 26, 1925. Married Robert Matson--1 child
Robert Loranger - born August 22, 1928. Not Married
Carmen Loranger - born May 29, 1936. Married Roy Paulson--4 children: Debra, Julie, Michael , Roland
2 children of Armeline and Arthur Loranger died as infants. Lilly at 4 1/2 years old and a still born boy November 11, 1918

ALBERT SCHILLER - born April 1, 1895. Died at age 9.
Albert Schiller was the second born to my parents on April 1, 1895. Albert died at the age of 9 years of a ruptured appendix. As I recall very vividly although I was only 5 years old, the Doctor performed the operation on the kitchen table at the farm house, but infection had already set in throughout his body. There was nothing to be done to save his life. Science was not too well advanced in dealing with contamination of disease.

CHARLES SCHILLER - born August 22, 1897.
Married Eva Mayatte on June 17, 1919. 4 children
Aloise Schiller - born June 10, 1920. Married Clifford Thompson
2 children; Carol and Susie. Susie married John Fargo; 3 children
Lola Schiller - married Donald Deroche- 5 children:
Linda Deroche - married to James Letak - 1 son
Denise Deroche - married Stephen Willey - 1 girl
Daniel, Donald and David Deroche - not married
Bruce Schiller - born July 1, 1931. Married Glenda Gehrke
3 children; Larry, Karen and Jeffery
Ursula Schiller - married Dick Horton - 3 children
Connie, Janice and Deborah

CECILE SCHILLER - January 17, 1899.
Married Edward Belland on April 25, 1933. 7 children
Mark Edward Belland - born January 22, 1934. Married Lillian Zupich.
2 children: Kathleen, born July 16, 1963 / Diane, born November 6, 1965
Gerald Vincent Belland - born January 9, 1935. Married Roberta Schiefert
2 children: Lisa Marie, born Feb 6, 1964 / Lora Denise, born Feb 13, 1965
Norma Jane Belland - born January 2, 1936. Not married
Barbara Joy Belland - born September 24, 1937. Married John Robertson
1 child, Michael born June 4, 1968
Thomas George Belland - born November 28, 1940 Married Marie Meyers
3 children: Mark Anthony, born December 23, 1961 / Marie Anthionette, born November 23, 1962 /  Michelle Angelene, born January 29, 1970
Vern Clement Belland - born February 19, 1942. Not married
David Arthur Belland - born February 14, 1944. Married Valerie Wells, 4/26/1966. 2 children: Shawn Pierre, born on January 23, 1967 / Sherri Monique, born on January 16, 1968

LAURA MARIE SCHILLER - born November 21, 1904--died July 27, 1970
Married Joseph Myerchin on November 19, 1934
Thomas Myerchin - born February 5, 1937. Married Sandra Savin
1 child, Thomas Jr.
Philip Myerchin - born December 27, 1937. Married Marie Hagel
2 Children; Germaine and Christian
John Hector Myerchin - born March 11, 1941. Married Angeline Gustafson
3 children; Laura, Catherine and Joseph
William Myerchin - born November 18, 1947. Not married
Catherine Marsha Myerchin - born October 25, 1948. Not married

LEON SCHILLER - born August 23, 1906. Died shortly after birth

PETER DOLPHIS SCHILLER -born January 9, 1908. Not married.
Entered the US Army on May 1942 and fought in World War II, returning in November 1945. Was stationed in Italy and Africa. Was a mine detector. He resides in Middle River, Minnesota. Has an antique gun collection as well as other antiques.


Alfred Schiller was the seventh child of Dolphis and Josephine who was born on April 30, 1862. He too was fair complexioned with blue eyes and blond hair. A small man, perhaps 5'6" in height and about 135 pounds. He was brilliant: being endowed with great intelligence. Could define well his knowledge and was capable of confirming his ideas with evidence and facts. He was also sincere and humble but could be cunning and clever. A shark at card games. Could also master a checker game with skill and finesse. At social gatherings he was never "du tro". He lived his life as a bachelor. However, he did have a romance with a young neighbor girl which he admired very much but felt their difference was too great; she in her thirties and he in his mid-fifties. He always lived with his parents and later with his brother Leon and his family. His livelihood was carpentry. He died at the age of 80 years on April 27, 1942.

Armeline Schiller was the eighth child born on May 9, 1865. She had brown hair, blue eyes and fair skin. Tall, perhaps 5'6" or 5'7". A well proportioned figure. She too had the gift of being a good conversationalist, besides knowing how to read and write the French language. Could speak English fluently and with ease. Armeline was a skillful modiste and could fashion clothes professionally and with style and beauty. She possessed many virtues; was shrewd, understanding and wise but has the ability to be loved by all her family. She married 6 months after her arrival in Minnesota to John Laramie, a railroad engineer, both at the age of 22. She wore a brown satin dress that she styled herself. The dress was made with a high neck, tight waist and trimmed with black beads. A long ankle length pleated skirt and a small hat to match her dress completed her attire. The groom wore a dark business suit. Pictures were taken on tintype time with Armeline on the left and John on her right on a swing type chair. After their marriage they resided in Barnesville, Minnesota.

As the Schillers were a close family, she often spoke of her loneliness for her father and mother. There was great rejoicing for her and the family to see one another during her visits to her homestead. To this union six children were born. Four lived to adulthood; namely Josephine, Laurie, Vellmore and Adalore. Armeline died at the age of 38 years in St Paul Hospital of cancer in 1902

Children of Armeline and John Laramie
Armeline Schiller Laramie - first born
Josephine Laramie - born December 15, 1888. Never Married
Laurie Laramie - born July 28, 1891. Married Lee Townsend. 2 Children
Vellmor Laramie - drowned at the age of 12 years
Adalore Laramie - Married - 1 son


Josephine Schiller, the ninth child, was born March 20, 1867. She was tall, shapely, blond with blue eyes and fair skin. She possessed beauty and had sophistication. She dressed with good taste--the fashion of the day. Was agressive and proud, outspoken, easily provoked, conceited and quick to speak her mind. Also could be alluring, charming with hauteur. Had good morals and pious quality. She was a excellent cook. Knew how to make delicacies and appetizing foods and would set a table with grace and charm.

Ambitious and determined, pride was her downfall. She an arrogant person--would choose only the better class of people for her associates and ignored those who were less fornunate. The exalutation she held for herself brought her bitter sorrow. The beautiful romance between she and her lover never materialized. He a Canadian; tall, hadsome, blond, blue eyed man. Courteous, refined, educated with good manners. Held a good assoication in the community and with the local merchants. Precisely what she and her family wanted for a husband and in-law. Their courtship, full of beauty and charm, love for one another, was not meant for them. He proposed marriage and she accepted with joy. Was happy she had woed and won the most eligible man in the community. All was planned for their wedding, which was to be elaborate in style and grandeur. All was chosen; their home, furnishings and so forth. However, the marriate never materialized. Because of her pride she refused to go to Montreal for their honeymoon on the pretext that she was not educated and would make blunders among his people so she urged him to go alone to take care of his business dealings before their weeding. He in turn begged her to make it their honeymoon and the happiest time of their lives. However, he being meek and submissive, gave way to her wished and left alone for his native land in Canada with the hope and desire to return to his beloved.

He was greeted with a grand welcome by his mother and former girlfriend. What happened after that, Josephine never knew. He wrote to tell her their love had come to an end and wished her happiness in the future. He never returned. It was the saddest day of her life. Her heart was broken with regret and remorse of what could have been.

Two years later she met a dark, tall man; a saloon-keeper, George Charboneau who also fell in love with her and she accepted his proposal of marriage. They were married April 6, 1891, six weeks after they had met. This union was not a happy one as in her heart there was always a regret for her lost love.

To this union five children were born:
EMMA CHARBONEAU - first born. Died in infancy

NORMAN CHARBONEAU - born December 15, 1895. Married Katherine Schmitz
1 child: Robert Charboneau - Married, 3 children

STELLA CHARBONEAU - born August 5, 1897. Married Harold Provencher
2 children: Josephine Provencher - born May 22, 1921. Become a nun in the St Joseph Order.Took the name of Sister Floraine.
Lane Provencher - Married - 3 children

LEON CHARBONEAU - born November 6, 1901. Married a widow with 1 child. No children of his own.

ARTHUR CHARBONEAU - born April 13, 1903. Never Married. Died August 1936.


Leon Schiller was the last of 10 children, born May 11, 1868 in St Maurice, Canada. He immigrated to the United States with his parents when he was 7 years old. He was too young to work in the factories so it was decided he should attend school to learn how to read and write the two languages, French and English. His father and mother had settled in Governdale, Connecticut wher they stayed for 10 years. When they had saved the sum of $5,000. they resolved they should come West to Minnesota and buy land where is was known then as it is known now; northwestern Minnesota has the richest soil in the world. Leon, the youngest of the family, was chosen by his parents to inherit the land the farm where they settled.

As I remember my uncle Leon, he was perhaps 5'11" in height, blue eyes, blond hair, eloquent in manners as well as looks. He too had the mark of nobility. Had the art of defining the good of others and would always say something pleasing about his fellow-man. He was not an aggressive man. He could say a lot in very few words. He was also a good sportsman. He and his two brothers, Hector and Fred, organized the first baseball team in Argyle, Minnesota where he was an associate of the better class of people in that small village.

At the age of 33 he married a Canadian girl, Alice Heon in St. Murice, Canada.

To this union eight children were born:
PHILLIP SCHILLER - born July 11, 1904. Married Stella Riopelle. 4 children
Phillip, Jr. - born March 8, 1929. Married Rose Mary McGlynn. 8 Children;
Lana Rae-born March 21, 1953; Clark-born March 3, 1954;Leon-born December 7, 1956; Mary Rose-born June 24, 1962; Alfred-born September 12, 1963; Hector-born September 6, 1964; Daniel-born June 4, 1966; Yvette-born June 14, 1968.

Anita Jane Schiller-born December 13, 1930. Married Phillip Schommer. 3 children: Jane Louise, Eric and Marsha.

Lou Ann Schiller-born December 28, 1937. Married John Goulet. 3 Children:
Vicki, James and Karen.

Sharon Kay Schiller-born August 26, 1943. Not Married.

LUCILLE SCHILLER - born Novemver 4, 1906. Married Ed Bergeron. No Children

LILITA SCHILLER - born August 19, 1908. Married Paul Dufault. 3 children
Norman Dufault-born February 12, 1935. Married Ingrid Bethe. 2 children:
Norman, Jr-born July 28, 1958 and Kyle Dufault-born September 4, 1963. Married second time to Rose Marie Page and has on Adopted Daughter, Kimberley Marie.

Ronald Dufault-born July 28, 1937. Married Mary Jane Knoll. 4 children.
Jon-born September 16, 1958. Janine-born November 9, 1959. Jacqueline-born November 17, 1962.    Jennifer-born March 10, 1967.

Judith Ann Dufault-born November 16, 1942. Married Clayton McGlynn 2 children: Paula-born  September 18, 1960. Pamela-born April 2, 1962.

DELORES SCHILLER - born September 30, 1912. Married Arthur LeFond. 1 child:
Gary Joseph, stillborn on June 26, 1944.

BEATRICE SCHILLER - born July 1, 1915 Married Amos Pirot. 3 children
Janice Pirot-born February 2, 1947. Married Wayne Smith. 2 children: Glen-born March 8, 1947.  Victoria-born April 2, 1968.

Laurie Pirot-born October 6, 2948. Married David McNeil. I child: Scott-born January 25, 1967.

Dennis Pirot-born July 11, 1950. Married Nancy Jane Symms.

LEO SCHILLER - Died at 3 months.

GRACE SCHILLER - died as a infant.

Prepared by Cecile Schiller Belland
October, 1970

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