A Canadian Family

Natives, French Canadians, Acadians

Indexes: Acadian and French-Canadian Genealogy and History

Index: Early French Canadian Pioneers   Wed. Updates


Index: Quebec & New Brunswick Cemeteries  Sun. Updates

Quebec and New Brunswick Headstones | French Canadian and Native

 

Index: Evelyn in Montreal

help with Quebec family trees, French, Indian

 

Index: Theriaults | France – Acadie – NB – QC

Genealogy of Theriault, Therriault, Theriot, Tario

 

Index: Mignier Lagaces | France – QC – NB

French Canadian genealogy, Minier, Lagacy, Legassy

 

Index: Legers | France – Acadie –  QC – NB

Genealogy of early French settlers

 

Index: Luces  | Channel Islands – QC

Luce genealogy | Jersey Channel Islands, Quebec, Shippagan, Gloucester, Lameque

Also

Indexes: Historical Postcards of Eastern Canada

 

May 5, 2013 - Posted by | . |

3 Comments »

  1. very interesting site, i really like it! please continue your fine work. i’m in search of my relatives who are said to be Mi’kmaq indians but im having a real tough time tracking the source of a reservation my relatives may have come from. I was also told there was another tribe in the bloodline but my aunt didnt know the name. she has since passed over and so had my hopes of finding a source. my french – canadien family is all mixed but i cant seem to find the right recipe to bake the “lineage cake”. I did see some of my family names listed in the ” Native to western names “, so this gives me renewed hope… Ill be back! thanks again for this cool site! 🙂

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    Comment by wolfie | August 29, 2013 | Reply

    • Looking for correct info on my Moms side Marie Radegonde Kagijonais (Mi’kmaq) 10th great grandmother,told they were born in Europe
      Birth 1600 in Micmac Nation Fort Lomer, Cap Du Sable, Nova Scotia, Canada
      Death 1679 in Lauzon, Québec,have a tremendous amount of info & have quite a few great grandmothers that were native,families started with Gravel,Hebert,Boucher,Cloutier could go on forever tho wanting to know about my 1oth. great grandmother lineage as correct as possible.

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      Comment by Judy | May 30, 2015 | Reply

      • Do you know where “the high country” is

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        Comment by Esther Michelin Maybank | December 30, 2015 | Reply


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