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They Passed Through Kahnawake: Alexandre Duranceau and Alphonsine Euphrosine Farinault

Index: They Passed Through Kahnawà:ke

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At the time of the 1901 census, Alexandre Duranceau and Alphonsine Euphrosine Farinault were living in Caughnawaga with their children Emerle, Emma, Aurelie, Joseph Eduard, J. Dona, Angelique, Victor, and Alphonse. The family had connections with St. Remi (Napierville, Quebec).

Alexandre Duranceau (son of Jean Baptiste Duranceau and Elize Pitre) had married Euprosine Farinault (daughter of Charles Farinault and Sophie Laberge) on July 1st, 1874 in Ste-Philomene Parish (Mercier, Quebec).


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External Links

1881 Canada Census

1901 Census of Canada

1911 Census of Canada

1921 Canada Census

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