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First Nations, French Canadians & Acadians

Index: They Passed Through Kahnawà:ke

This is an index for the posts that contain information about non-Iroquois individuals who have lived temporarily in Kahnawake. Most of the information is extracted from census documents, while some is from research stemming  from reader comments or  historical newspaper clippings related To Kahnawà:ke.

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A – L


Beaudin, Osias & Bourdeau, Louise

Bellefleur, Emile and Boucher, Josephine

Belanger, Joseph Belanger & Mallette, Delvica

Beaulieu, Aurele & Varin,  Marie Rollande

Boudrias, Antoine and Bourget, Marie Mathilde

Bougie, Edouard and Anctil. Juliette

Bourget, Pierre & Laberge, Adeline

Brault, Anastas, & Cabana, Germaine

 

Chartrand, Onias & Sabourin, Emma

Desgrosseilliers, Victor and Duranceau, Albertine  

Desroches, Ferdinand &  Charbonneau, Adelina

Desroches, Hector & Faubert, Marie-Louise

Dorais, Alexandre Theodore & Duranceau, Victorine

Dubuc, Napoleon & Duranceau, Marie Angelina  

Dulude Joseph Frederic Dulude and Lefebvre, Pamela

Duquette, Jean Baptiste & Viau, Virginiei

Duquettes in Caughnawaga – a farmer and a blacksmith

Duquettes in Caughnawaga  (Disaster Strikes!)

Duranceau, Adelard & Brosseau, Maria

Duranceau, Alexandre & Farinault, Alphonsine Euphrosine

 

Favreau, Adelard &  Rainey, Margaret

Ferroni, Anita – Memories of Caughnawaga

Forbes, John & Leger, Octavie

 

Gatien, Moise & Dailleboust Anne  

Gelineau, Arthur &  Boyer, Marie Louise  

Gervais, Joseph & Lemire, Corona 

Gregoire, Viateur &  Desgens Clara  

 

Horning, William Edouard & Canadien, Emma

 

Laberge, Philorum  & Malette, Marie Aglae  

Lafleur David & Lafleur Henriette, Stephen & Perras, Louise  

Laramee, Joseph & Boudrias, Philomene –  Laramee, Alphonse &  Guerin, Victoria

Lefebvre, Louis and Poirier, Rebecca

 


M – Z 


Marchand, Charles & Monette, Clarinda 

 

Newton, Andre & Savaria, Marie Anne

 

Oronhiakethe Phillips , Pierre  &  Dubuc, Marie Rosine

 

Page, Sylvio & Lemire, Florina

Patenaude, Ovila and Maynard, Victoria

Perras, Hormidas & McComber Mathilda

Perron, Arsene &  Goyet, M.Anna Eudoxie

Pinsonneault, Alderic & Demarbre, Alice   

Poirier, Magloire &  Vervais, Evelina

 

Rufiange, Paul & daughter  Rufiange, Marie Rose Rosanilda 

 

Sambault, Wilfrid & Lefebvfre Marie Laura 

St-Cyr, Pierre and Desjardins, Clara  

 

Thurston, Samuel & Charlebois, Mathilde

 

Viau,  Alexis &  Guerin, Theotiste

Vigneault, Lucien & Turbide, Edesse 

 

 


 

Related Posts

Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy and History

Core Index: Acadian & French-Canadian Genealogy and History

 

Pioneer Posts

French Canadian Pioneers: The Beaudins of Quebec 

French Canadian Pioneers: The Beaulieus of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers: The Belangers of Quebec 

French Canadian Pioneers: The Bellefleurs of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers: The Bourgets of Quebec  

French Canadian Pioneers: The Duquets of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers: The Duranceaus of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers: The Favreaus of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers:  The Gervais of Quebec

French-Canadian Pioneers: The Gregoires of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers: The Laberges of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers: The Lafleurs of Quebec   

French Canadian Pioneers: The Marchands of Quebec

Early French Canadian Pioneers: The Pages of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers: The Perras of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers: The Poiriers of Quebec

French Canadian Pioneers: The Viaus of Quebec 

 

 

 

 

 

 

May 18, 2013 - Posted by | . |

2 Comments »

  1. On the web I see the name Toussaint Brazeau 1789 ‘ Brosseau, married 1811 to Marguerite-Josephe Rapidieux 1761 I cannot find the name once I am in the data. They were married in Pierrefonds. Marguerite was native. Did they have a native name? I do not think that Toussaint was Native.

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    Comment by Micheline Castonguay | March 2, 2016 | Reply

  2. Still have not found Toussaint Brazeau Brosseau 1789 and Rapidieux dit Lamer Marguerite-Josephte 1791 that is mentioned on your web page.

    Have you ever heard of family Lorrain 1888, St-EUSTACHE qc or Ladouceur dit LaMageleine Métis? possible before 1888

    Do you know of any documents where natives needed to identify in 1750 to 1900.

    Thank you,

    Micheline

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    Comment by Micheline Castonguay | March 4, 2016 | Reply


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