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Early French Canadian Pioneers: The Lacroixs of Quebec

Pierre Babin/Lacroix | Madeleine RichaumeLacroix Family Tree | Quebec Lacroix Genealogy

August 21st, 1691

Guillaume Lacroix/Corbin| Marie-Salome Gueret

January 24th, 1758

Louis Lacroix/Corbin | Marie-Catherine Martin

January 7th, 1754

Christophe Lacroix/Fevrier| Marie Martin

November 16th, 1671

Pierre Lacroix/Labbe | Catherine Benard

July 31st, 1672

Hubert-Joseph  de Lacroix | Marie Jean

February 4th, 1732

Mathurin Lacroix/Langevin| Marie Renaud

October 5th, 1654

Jean Lacroix/Valeron | Marie-Anne Dalleray

April 9th, 1687

Pierre Lacroix/Voisin | Marguerite Aubuchon

May 27th, 1720

Pierre Lacroix/Corois/Couroye | Marie Varin

September 9th, 1681

Rene Hubert | Francoise deLacroix

November 4th, 1669

Mathurin Goyer dit Laviolette  | Barbe Lacroix/Lefebvre

January 14th, 1669

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Lacroix – Variations and associated surnames

Archambault – Babin – Banin – Bebin – Bin – Bourgand – Bourgaud(t), Bourgaux – Castonguay – Corbin – Courois, Damesteuil – Da(r)ragon – de la Grois – de Lacroix – Delaunais – Delaunay – de Monfoy – Desneiges – Desnoyers, Dois(s)on – Doyon – Faix – Febrier – Foubert – Fouet – Fouin – Foy – Giarard – Hebert – Hubert – Hupe – Huppe – Labbe, Lacroaut – Lagirofflee –  Laine –  Lancougnier –  Langevin –  Launay –  Lefebvrfe –  Leroux – Magnet –  Major –  Nepveu, Neveu – Pigeon –  Pilon – Poitras – Roberge –  Robin –  Rure –  Saillot – St-Vallier –  Val(l)eron – Voisin

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August 9, 2009 - Posted by | . | , , , , , ,

6 Comments »

  1. You seem very knowledgible on the surname Lacroix. I wonder if you can help me. I’m stuck with Josephine Lacroix, b. abt 1849, married Hugh Chatelain. Her mother may have been Matilde Dequire (or Laquire). No known first name for Josephine’s father. I can’t get past her parents. I beleive they were metis of Iroquois and French blend.

    Note: Judy and I are working offline.

    Comment by Judy | September 22, 2009 | Reply

  2. Hello.. My great grandfathers name is Lorenzo Lacroix, he married Solanges Fournell. His father is Louis Neveu Dit Lacroix
    Born: 4 Aug 1850, Maniwaki, Gatineau, Quebec, Canada
    Married To Exilda Gascon.
    If this fits your tree please let me know, as Im researching the Metis Lacroix/Gascon/Proulx

    Comment by cassi | June 10, 2010 | Reply

  3. Greetings,
    These people are not in my personal family tree. Did you want the next generation? If so, here it is
    Louis Lacroix m. Exilda Gascon (daughter of Joseph Gascon and Esther Rona)
    11 Aug 1883 Maniwaki Gatineau Quebec CAN
    Parish: L’Assomption de la B.V.M.
    Louis’ first wife was Josephine Ranger

    Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | June 10, 2010 | Reply

  4. do you knwo where the native connection is… as far as I can see the family has been mixed french/ native… (Metis)

    Comment by cassi | September 10, 2010 | Reply

  5. Cassi, I am leaning strongly toward Louis Kwarakwan Callihoo (Iriquois)(1782-1846), son of Thomas Anatocha Kankonme (1750-1854) and Marie Anne Tekomwakwehinni (1750-1854). Callihoo had 3 wives. Two were sisters, Josephte Patenaude (1820-?) and Marie Tekonise Patenaude (1803-1854). Son of Marie Tekonise and Louis, Jean Baptiste Closs, could be the connection??? Please let me know if you find a connection.

    Comment by Judy | September 11, 2010 | Reply

  6. Judy.. I dont have anyone by those names.. I have a jean baptiste lacroix but thats it

    Comment by cassi | February 8, 2011 | Reply


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