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Memorable Manitobans: Napoleon Comeault (1859-1915)

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Napoleon Comeault
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General merchant, municipal official.

Born in Quebec on 26 December 1859, he worked as a merchant at St. Jean Baptiste and also served as Reeve of the Rural Municipality of Montcalm. He was a Liberal candidate for the Morris constituency in the 1903 provincial general election. He married Rosalie Desautels (1858-?) and they had nine children: Anne Comeault (1884-?), Edmond Comeault (1885-?), Euclide Comeault (1887-?), Blanche Comeault (1889-?), Joseph Albert Comeault (1892-?), Marie Helene Comeault (1894-?), Marie Antoinette Comeault (1896-?), Marie Sophie Amanda Comeault (1898-?), and Marie Rose Alma Comeault (1901-?). He died at St. Boniface on 3 March 1915.


1901 Canada census, Automated Genealogy.

Birth and death registrations, Manitoba Vital Statistics.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough.

Page revised: 24 September 2018

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