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Jean Baptiste Karontarirhon Stacey & Rosine Rice of Caughnawaga (3/4) | Sons: Louis m. Maggie Rice, Frank m. Cecile Jocks, Ignace m. Therese Dailleboust, Jacques Alex. m. Fabiane Perras

1. Jacques-Alexandre Akwirakenhiate Stacey (son of Jean-Baptiste Kahiktoton and Rosine Rice)

married

Fabiane Perras (daughter of Hormidas Perras and Mathilde McComber)

on September 4th, 1898 in St-Francois-Xavier parish in Kanawake

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2. John Karonhiohare Stacey (son of Jean-Baptiste Kahiktoton and Rosine Rice)

married

Phebee Teioswathe McComber (daughter of Edouard Teioswathe McComber and Agnes Rice)

on August 22nd, 1898 in St-Francois-Xavier parish in Kanawake.

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3. Frank Thawenrate Stacey (son of Jean-Baptiste Kahiktoton and Rosine Katsitsioronkwas Rice)

married

Cecile Jocks-Karakwentha (son of Thomas Kanenharoton and Lydia Smith)

on July 30th, 1901 in St-Francois-Xavier parish in Kanawake.

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4. Ignace Sakawihon Stacey (son of Jean-Baptiste Kahiktoton and Rosine Rice)

married

Therese Kawennaieri Dailleboust (daughter of Ignace Ariwakeron and Anne Konwatiense Marquis Perth)

on October 26th, 1903 in St-Francois-Xavier parish in Kanawake

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5. Louis Stacey (son of John Stacey and Rosina Rice)

married

Maggie Rice (daughter of John Rice and Helena McCumber)

on February 3rd, 1913 in Sts-Anges parish in Lachine (Island of Montreal).

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August 4, 2010 - Posted by | .

3 Comments »

  1. How interesting–there is a LOT in a name, isn’t there?

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    Comment by Beth | August 4, 2010 | Reply

    • Yes – and for the readers who don’t know or haven’t figured it out yet, Kahanwake families were not traditionally using surnames in the sense of a family name that is passed on unchanged. That is why each of the offspring has a different traditional last name. Some used ONLY their Native names, while others allowed (or permitted) a Westernized surname such as Stacey and then passed it along in the way that we are used to.
      I find it fascinating that several Eastern religions don’t have true surnames but rather a surname that indicates a religion (or clan) for instance.
      In addition one of my friends is from Morocco and they didn’t have last names until quite recently. They would call themselves so and so, the son or daughter of so and so, of such and such a place. Imagine doing that family tree!!!

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | August 4, 2010 | Reply

  2. The document states “Frank Thawenrate Stacey (son of Jean-Baptiste Kahiktoton and Rosine Katsitsioronkwas Rice) married Cecile Jocks-Karakwentha (son of Thomas Kanenharoton and Lydia Smith)”. Cecile was the daughter of Thomas and Lydia.

    Lydia Smith was my 2nd great aunt. She was the daughter of John Smith and Susannah Powles. Susannah was a member of the Mohawks of the Bay of Quinte located in Tyendinaga, Hastings, Ontario.

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    Comment by Bob Saber | October 7, 2016 | Reply


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