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They Passed Through Kahnawa:ke: Moise Gatien and Anne Dailleboust

Moise Gatien and Anne Dailleboust can be found living in Caughnawaga at the time of the 1921 census. His occupation is listed as “cordonnier” (cobbler or shoemaker).   Marriage records show that this couple had been married on March 2nd, 1908 in St-Henri parish in Montreal.

Moise Gatien‘s  parents were Edouard Gatien (son of Edouard Gatien and Adelaide Bourdon) and Zoe Diotte (daughter of Moise Diotte and Marcelline Brousseau) and they had been married in St-Michel-Archange Parish in Naperville on the 4th of June in 1878. The marriage record states that the Gatien family were from St. Edouard.


The 1901 census has the family (Edouard, Zoe, Moise, Adelard, Rosalie, Marie-Anne, Fabiola, Patrice, Alice and Henri) living in the St-Henri neighbourhood of Hochelaga (Montreal).

Anne Dailleboust was the daughter of the Iroquois couple Louis Dailleboust and Anastasie Delorimier.



Related Posts

Index: They Passed Through Kahnawà:ke

Index: Early French Canadian Pioneers

Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy & History



External Links

1881 Canada Census

1901 Census of Canada

1911 Census of Canada

1921 Canada Census

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