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St. Regis Census Surnames | Iroquois Mohawk

Index: Native Surname Census Extracts

Native Surnames: Mohawk | Iroquois | Six Nations

 

This is part of a larger project to locate surnames carried by Natives, First Peoples and Metis in Eastern Canada. In this series of posts, I list surnames carried by Aboriginal (or part Aboriginal) individuals in the 1901 and 1911 census for the eastern provinces of Canada. Note: There are regular updates including external links (e.g. maps, encyclopedia) and added information (e.g. specific tribal affiliations). The companion series – Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames of Eastern Canada – Marriage Records  – contains many of the same surnames as well as others.

 

HOW TO USE  

1. To reach the original census records for the district named below, you can click on the External Links at the bottom of the post.

2. You can also click on many of the individual surnames to reach the listing in one of the census records (usually 1901 or 1911).

3. Surnames highlighted in orange also appear in the Marriage Records (although often spelled differently). 

 


 

Census Data

Enumeration District:  Quebec / Huntingdon /  / St. Regis (Reserve) (1901)¢

Enumeration District 26: St. Regis Indian Reserve, Huntingdon, Quebec (1911)

[Mohawk | Iroquois]   [Akwesasne | Kana:takon]


 

Adams  – Alee  – Alex  – Andrew  – Angus Armstrong

Back  – Barnhart  – Barron  – Bay  – Benedict  – Bennedict

Bonaparte  – Bonspille  – Boots  –  Bova  – Bruce  – Buckshot

Casey  –  Christater  – Cole  – Colwell  –  Connors – Cook

 Cree  –  Curley  – Curry

David  – Davis –   Day  – Debo  – Deer  – Delormier –  

Dickson  – Dixon  – Dominique

  Donahue

Edwards  –  Fire  –  Fisher  –  Foat  –   Foot  

Francis Friday  – Fridy
Garrow  – George  –  Goodluck  – Grey

 Hall  Hemlock  – Hoops  – Hops  – Hopps – Hughes

Isaac  – Jack  –  Jacks  –  Jackson

 Jacob  – Jacobs  – Jock  –  Jocko  – John –   Johnson

Kanento  – Kerrance  –  King

Laduc  –  Laduse  –  Lafan  –  Laffin  –  Lafrance

Lahash  –  Lasor  – Lasour –  Lat – Laughing –   Leaf   

Leat  –  Lefevre  – Lewis  – Loat  –   Loff  –  Longpoint

Martin  – Macdonald –  Mitchel  – Mitchell  – Musle 

Moise  –  Munroe  –  Musle – Mussle

Nail  – Nathen  Nolan – Oak  – Oke

Papinau  – Paul  – Peter  – Peters  

Philips  – Pike  – Point  – Pork  – Price

Ransom  –  Roundpoint  –  Samo  –  Sawatis  –  Seers  – Semo

  Seymour –  Sharrow   –  Silvester  – Simon  –  Skettis

  Skitties  –  Skin  –  Smith  – Smoke  – Snow  – Solomon  –

  Soloman  –   Square  – Sterling  – Sugarbush  – Sunday

  Sundy  – Surast

Terrance  – Thomas  – Thompson 

While  – White  – Whitebeans  – Williams

Woodman


 

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7 Comments »

  1. When are the “M’s” coming?

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    Comment by michele07307 | March 27, 2017 | Reply

  2. Hello Michelle,
    Which “ms” are you talking about?
    Evelyn

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    Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | March 27, 2017 | Reply

    • Morrison

      On Mon, Mar 27, 2017 at 10:32 PM A Canadian Family wrote:

      > Evelyn Yvonne Theriault commented: “Hello Michelle, Which “ms” are you > talking about? Evelyn” >

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      Comment by michele07307 | March 27, 2017 | Reply

      • Hello,
        The “Morrison” surname does not appear on the 1901 or 1911 census.
        Can you list the couple or couples you are looking for?
        They may be on other lists.
        Evelyn

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        Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | March 28, 2017 | Reply

  3. where are the McC’s? As in McCauley/McCawley/McCarley, etc

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    Comment by Gerald | March 28, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello Gerald,
      This is a list of the names transcribed for the 1901 and 1911 census as listed there.
      Is that helpful?
      Evelyn
      P.S. If you need information for specific couples then you can leave a comment here.

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | March 28, 2017 | Reply

  4. Hello again Gerald,
    I just realized that I had not inserted the word “Native” in the title. Thanks for the heads-up!
    Evelyn

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    Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | March 28, 2017 | Reply


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