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Early French Canadian Pioneers: The Cauchons of Quebec

Cauchon Family Tree | Quebec Cauchon genealogyJacques Cauchon/Lamothe  | Barbe-Delphine Tardif

November 23rd, 1661

Jean Cauchon | Jeanne Abraham

April 4th, 1633

Jean Cauchon | Madeleine Miville

November 20th, 1652

Rene Cauchon/Laverdiere | Anne Langlois

December 12th, 1714

Jean Gagnon /  Marguerite Cauchon

July 29th, 1640


Cauchon – Variations or associated surnames

Achon, Blery, Casse, Cochon, Desrivieres, Lafontaine, Lamother, Lauverdiere, Lavallee, Lavalliere, Laver, Laverdiere


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  1. Joseph was my grandmothers side of the family… Is this the same strongman?

    Comment by Elezabeth Cameron | December 21, 2011 | Reply

    • Dear Elezabeth Cameron.
      Are you related to the Camerons that are related to the Downes in the Eastern townships and Mabou N.S.? If so e-mail me at adownes4@cogeco.ca

      Comment by Andre Downes | December 21, 2011 | Reply

      • No it is my ex husband’s name.. and it is related to the Camerons that own the bar… not the other clan… and that is all I know. There were 2 clans one in the main area where most of the clan are involved in liquor distillation and distribution and one out in the open land more known for their fighting and hunting skills. Although they share the tartan and history they are two different lines.

        Comment by Elezabeth Cameron | December 22, 2011 | Reply

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