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Contributed by cgmfrance, an ePodunk user.

September 6, 2007

 Does anyone know anythink about this man ???? lived in amos up untill 1952. I am the only surviving member of his family - Grand daughter.
20th september1952 - condemed j.thomas maury (aged 38 years) to 20 years prison.(Manslaughter)

j.thomas maury entered st vincent de paul penitentury 22 september 1952. (PRISONER NUMBER ****).

Clerk for the warden = Guy Labelle.

died in prison 15.30 (7th january 1959) natural causes. Age at death 44years 5months 11days.

Time served = 6 years 3 months 19 days.

Fathers name = Maury - France.
Mothers name = Rosalie ? - Polish.

Prison Doctor : Jacques Lefebvre.

body not reclaimed - funeral in prison grave yard. 10 January 1952.

Prison record states:

Born 27th july 1914 in La Machine,Le Nievre, France.
Parents name unknown.
Name of wife unknown but he was a widower.

 We are trying to peice together the last years of this fasinating life but are troubled by the fact that he stated to the prison authorities in Canada that he was a widower - This is a story which started after reading my grand mothers war diary begining on the first day of the invasion of Poland 1939.


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