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Index Name Decora Corey Corey
Address Water Street, Eastport, Maine, U.S.A. 97 Brussel Street, St. John City, New Brinswick, Canada 18 Brunswick Street, St. John City, New Brinswick, Canada
Husband Lewis, 21, bon in Syria, immigrated in 1899, married 1 year Lewis, 27, born in Assyria, immigrated in 1902, naturalized, Roman Catholic, fuller on a farm Lewis, 32, born in Syria, immigrated in 1907, Roman Catholic, contractor
Wife Amelia, 20, born in Syria, immigrated in 1899, married 1 year, no children Amelia, 30, born in Assyria, immigrated in 1902, Roman Catholic, naturalized Amelia, 38, born in Syria, immigrated in 1907, Roman Catholic
Daughter Auphomer, 9, born in U.S.A., Roman Catholic
Son David, 8, born in U.S.A., Roman Catholic David, 18, born in U.S.A., immigrated in 1907, Roman Catholic
Daughter Narlia, 5, born in U.S.A. Ellia. 15, born in U.S.A., immigrated in 1907
Daughter-in-law Adela, 9, born in New Brunswick, Roman Catholic
Mother Mama, 45, born in Syria, immigrated in 1899, married 25 years, 2 of 2 children living
Daughter Philomena, 15, born in Syria, immigrated in 1899
Son Simon, 40, born in Syria, immigrated in 1899, married 20 years, small ware peddler
Daughter-in-law Foortein, 40, born in Syria, immigrated in 1899, 2 of 2 children living
Cousin Deva, 5, born in Syria, immigrated in 1899

Louis Corey died January 11, 1952, in St. John, New Brunswick. Amelia Noah Corey died on January 27, 1955, in Burlington. They and four children are buried at Saint Joseph's Cemetery, Saint John, New Brunswick. See Find A Grave.

Lebanon
The Corey (Decora) family lived in Eastport, Maine, U.S.A, (lower left, red marker) until 1907, when it moved to St. John, New Brinswick, Canada (upper right.
Lebanon
Lewis and Amelia Corey (Decora) were born in Hadath el Jebbeh. It was originally settled in 400 AD. It is 5,000 feet above sea level, overlooking the Kadisha valley. The inhabitants of the village are mostly Maronites. St. Daniel church which was built around 1110 AD. Hadath celebrates St. Daniel Festival, which takes place every second Sunday of September. It bis 60 miles from Beirut, including 38 miles along the Mediterranean Sea.
Cedars of Lebanon
A cedar in the Forest of the Cedars of God, 13 miles west of Hadath el Jebbeh, are one of the last vestiges of the extensive forests of the Lebanon cedar that anciently thrived across Mount Lebanon. The Lebanon Cedar is mentioned 103 times in the Bible.

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