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Dominic Daillebout/D’Ailleboust/Diabo & wife Marie Anne (also Domnique Karenhiaktate & Marie Anne Konwanatense) | Part 1

Dominic Diabo D'Ailleboust  Property Gerrie Trapp Rousseau

Query from Gerri Trapp Rousseau

My Kanien’kehá:ka great-grandfather was Dominic Diabo and great-grandmother a Delisle (Turtle Clan) from Kahnawake.

This photo is of my Great Grandpa, Dominic Diabo (Kahnawake) in the late 1950s.

My guess he was born in the 1880s. My Mother was Dorothy Russell, Dominic’s Granddaughter.

She would visit him in the summers at Kahnawake when she was a little girl  Anyone familiar with names, please contact. Niá:wen

|  Image property of Gerri Trapp Rousseau, click to enlarge  |

Information 1   Census, 1901

D'Ailleboust 1901 Census

In 1901, Dominique D’Ailleboust and his wife Marie Anne were living in the Sault-St-Louis Census District. His birth date was listed as January 8th, 1877 while Marie Anne had been born on January 16th, 1883 (click on census image for original source).

Information 2  Census, 1911


In 1911, Dominique Daillebout (35 yrs.) and his wife Marianne (28 yrs.) were living in the Sault St. Louis Indian Reserve with their daughters Marie (8), Agathe (6) and Marguerite (1) (click on census image for original source).

Dominique Karenhiaktate & Marie Anne Konwanatense (also Diabo) | Part 2

March 29, 2014 - Posted by | . | , ,

1 Comment »

  1. That’s my great grandfather too. I wish I had met him, but he passed away a few years before I was born. Thank you for sharing the picture.


    Comment by Ray | March 19, 2015 | Reply

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