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Evelyn in Montreal: Beaudoin m. Morin, 1886

Kevin Chagnot had wanted to know about his great great grandparents Charles and Delvina Beaudoin who had emmigrated from Montreal around 1901. Kevin’s grandmother was Jeannette Beaudoin (m. Koelsch).


This might be who you are looking for: Charles Beaudoin (parents: Joseph Beaudoin and Henriette Gauthier) and Delvina Morin (parents: Sifroi Morin and Marcelline Therien) who were married on July 4th, 1886 in La Nativite d’Hochelaga parish in Montreal, Quebec.

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Early French Canadian Pioneers: The Beaudoins of Quebec

Evelyn in Montreal


September 14, 2009 - Posted by | . | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. I’m trying to find more info on my great great grandparents as well (Mildred Beaudoin, Andre Beaudoin). They lived right around the same time as your great great grandparents also in Qabek. I wonder if our great great grandfather’s could have been brothers or cousins or something. I know Mildred also went by Melina or Millie and her maiden name was Obie. She was Iroquois indian. I’m not sure wich Iroquois tribe but I found many Beaudoin in a Mohawk community. Of course there children carried the name Beaudoin as well. I would really like to know the names of Mildred’s parents. It seems like there is a lot of info on the Beaudoin family out there stretching all the way back to the 1600s. Anyway we might be distant relatives (pretty cool). Goodluck in your hunt!—Lenoxx Landry

    Note: Answered privately

    Comment by Lenoxx Landry | June 17, 2015 | Reply

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