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Coaticook Historical Society

Sideleau, Arthur (1925-2013)

  • Person
  • 1925-2013

Father Arthur Sideleau died at the Maison Aube-Lumière in Sherbrooke on January 26, 2013, at the age of 87. Born on October 29, 1925 in Hartford, USA, he was the son of William Sideleau and Exilia Bureau. After his studies at the Séminaire de Sherbrooke and the Grand Séminaire de Sherbrooke, he was ordained to the priesthood by Bishop Philippe Desranleau at the Basilica Cathedral of Saint-Michel in Sherbrooke on June 7, 1952. He was curate at Saint-Stanislas-Kostka in Ascot Corner (1952), chaplain to the Ursulines in Stanstead (1952), curate at Saint-Michel in Sherbrooke (1952), at Saint-Fortunat (1952-1953), at Saint-Joseph in Valcourt (1953) and at Saint-Hippolyte in Wotton (1953-1958), and ceremonial assistant at the Archbishop's Office (1958-1959), assistant chaplain at the Hôtel-Dieu de Sherbrooke (1958-1961), pastor of Sainte-Suzanne de Stanhope (1961-1968), verifier of parish registers (1969-1974), librarian at the archdiocese (1969- 1970), procurator at the Grand Séminaire de Sherbrooke (1970-1972) and chaplain at the Centre hospitalier universitaire de Sherbrooke (1974-1991). He retired to Westbury in 1991.

École Musicale du Comté de Stanstead

  • Corporate body
  • 1930-[1931?]

Founded in February 1930 by Willie A. St-Pierre, Léon-C. Drolet and Dr. Raoul Laurence, the École Musicale du Comté de Stanstead was a choir and operatic association that was headquartered in Coaticook. The first music director was Oscar Cartier. At the outset, the École musicale aimed to give free weekly concerts at the Town Hall. It appears that the École Musicale was dissolved around 1931 or 1932.

Cloutier, Philibert Joseph Louis (1919-2005)

  • Person
  • 1919-2005

Philibert (Joseph Louis) Cloutier was born April 24, 1919 at Manseau, married Eva Carignan on May 25, 1945, and died May 29, 2005 in Coaticook.