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Welcome to my blog ~ ~ A Canadian Family ~ ~ home of the online magazine - A Festival of Postcards – and lots of genealogical & historical information about my mostly Acadian & French Canadian ancestors, as well as other special topics such as The Iroquois of Kahnawa:ke, The Forestry Industry of Eastern Canada and … well … anything that strikes my fancy! If you have something to say, don’t be shy. I always love to hear from readers!
Evelyn Yvonne Theriault (Mtl., Quebec)
They Passed Through Kahnawake: Joseph Laramee and Philomene Boudrias, Alphonse Laramee and Victorine Guerin
Joseph Laramee (son of Jean Baptiste Laramee and Olive Pitre) married Philomene Boudrias (widow of Joseph Mallette) on March 4th, 1889 in Ste-Philomene Parish in Mercier. At the time of the 1911 census, they were living in Caughnawaga with their children Joseph, Cecille, Lucenne, Arthur, Edouard.
Another household with the same family surname in the Sault-St-Louis census consisted of the couple Alphonse Laramee and Victorine Guerin, and their children Aime, Alphonce, Leonie, Bernadette, Jeanne, Gabrielle and Jean-Baptiste. Read more »
The Superintendent-General of Indian Affairs,
I have the honour to transmit to you my report for the year ended the 30th of June last, together with a tabular statement respecting the affairs of the Iroquois Indians of Caughnawaga. Read more »
Arthur Gelineau, son of Narcisse Gelineau and Esther Daragon, married Marie-Louise Boyer, daughter of Cyprien Boyer and Eulalie Lefort on November 11th, 1875 in Laprarie in La-Nativite-de-la-Ste-Vierge church.
They can be found in the 1911 census for Sault-St-Louis.
Extract: Indian Affairs Annual Report (1903) | Surnames: Boucher, Boudras, Bourget, Brosseau, Demers, Dorais, Jacobs, Laberge, Mallette, Mercier, Viau
Surnames: Boucher, Boudras, Bourget, Brosseau, Demers, Dorais, Jacobs, Laberge, Mallette, Mercier, Viau Read more »
Surnames: Desparois, de Lorimier
Caughnawaga and Wharf ………. A. de Lorimier
Caughnawaga Ry. Station and Chateauguay ………. A. Desparois
Source: Sessional Papers, Vol. 23, Issue 11