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Longlade, Langlade | Metis, Mixed-heritage | Surname Anchor Post

Index:  Indigenous, Metis & Mixed-Heritage Surname Anchor Posts

Each of these posts is dedicated to one surname that is carried by someone connected to indigenous, Metis or mixed-heritage people in Canada.  Please be aware that it’s a synthesis of the information I’ve collected in my personal research throughout the years and is by no means complete!


  • Regions:  
    • Ontario, Quebec
  • Ethnicity:  
    • Metis, Mixed-heritage
  • Associated surnames:  
    • Ah-quah-dah, Beausoleil, Belmare / Bellemare, Bonenfant / Malenfant, Bottineau, Boucher, Brissette, Bushey, Cadieux, Carriere, Cascanette, Charette, Chevalier, Crawford, Crowley, Dupuis, Dusome / Dusaume, Fex, Forget, Gordon, Hubridge, Lacombe, Lamoureux, Landrigan, Leons / Lyon, Maconauk, Maille, Marion, Mayer, Miron, Paradis, Perreault, Prisque, Rastoul, Reynolds, Robitaille, Roy, Secord / Sicord, Ste-Croix, Sylvestre, Trudeau, Turgeon, Vasseur / Vassair, Ward.
  • Misc.: – 
    • 1. The Metis Nation of Ontario recognizes Charles Longlade and Josephine Marguerite Ah-quah-dah as Root Ancestors, through their sons Charles Longlade (m. Isabella Elizabeth Bourassa), Louis Longlade (m. Madeleine Lacombe) and Pierre Didier Longlade (m. Louise Cadieux) and their daughters Adelaide Longlade (m. Joseph / Jean Baptiste Precourt) and Marguerite Longlade (m. George Gordon).
    • 2. Charles Langlade Sr. and his son by the same name, were signatories to the Penetanguishene Metis Petition of 1840, a historic moment in which the Metis declared themselves to be a distinct group of people and claimed rights based on that as well as the fact that they had proven their loyalty as part of the Militia [Source: Louis Riel Institute, Lawrence Barkwell]. 
    • 3. (excerpt) Charles Langlade, sen., the grantee of Park lot No. 35, Tiny, in 1834. He was born in Mackinaw. His father, Capt. Charles Langlade, was commandant at Wisconsin Portage in 1783. Another relative, Lieut. Langlade, was at Bennington and drew 500 acres of land at Detroit, under Lord Dorchester, in 1788. He had a family of eleven children. The original Langlade house is still standing on McAvela’s farm …” [Source: Drummond Island Voyageurs, Ontario Historical Society]




Metis Langlads in Simcoe North | Tiny (1881)

Metis Longlads in Muskoka & Parry Sound | Wallbridge & Brown (1901)

Metis Longlads in Parry Sound | Conger (1911)

Metis Longlads in Simcoe East, Penetanguishene (1921)






BLAN   [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

BRAS [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

CARI [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

COON [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

DOKIS [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

GIRO [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

LAUG   [CDN Marriage Extracts] [QC]

LESO [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

M … | [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

MARB [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

P  … [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

PIGE [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

R  … [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

ROBE [CDN Marriage Extracts]  [ON]

THOR  [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

V  …  [CDN Marriage Extracts] [ON]

W  …  [CDN Marriage Extracts]


Langlade, Charles Michel [Gabriel Dumont Institute]

de Langlade, Charles Michel [The Quebec History Enc.]

Langlade, Charles Michel [Wisconsin Historical Society]

March 30, 2022 - Posted by | . | , , ,

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