A Canadian Family

First Nations, French Canadians & Acadians

ABOUT

Hello, and welcome to my siteA Canadian Family!  I am a recently retired teacher who lives near Montreal, Quebec.  I belong to a wonderful family and I’m passionate about history so I’ve combined all my interests into one hobby – genealogy.

I started A Canadian Family over a decade ago. It’s grown very large and unwieldy so I’m now doing a major reorganization.  I’ve divided it into three core sections and I’m adding extra indexes to make it easier to navigate.

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Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy and History


I have an ongoing, constantly updated project to document First Nations and Metis surnames by extracting information from marriage and census records. In addition, I have a focus on the nearby Iroquois nation of Kahnawa:ke (which was my original interest) so there are some family trees, historical newspaper clippings, images of their cemeteries, vintage Postcards etc. and a special project tracking  French-Canadians and other non-Iroquois who spent some time in Kahnawa:ke.

The most popular general interest resources are:

Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Marriage Extracts

Main Index: Native/First Peoples/Metis Surnames | Census Extracts

 

 

Core Index: Acadian & French-Canadian Genealogy and History


This section includes information about my own Acadian and French-Canadian roots as well as headstones from more than a dozen Quebec and New Brunswick cemeteries and information about Gloucester County (Pioneer Families of CaraquetShippegan, and New Bandon).

The most popular general interest resources are:

Index: Early French Canadian Pioneers

Index: Pioneer Families of Caraquet

Index: Filles du Roi

Index: A Portrait Gallery of Traditional Quebec Life, Trades & Professions  NEW

 

 

Core Index: Historical Postcards


I started my vintage postcard collection many years ago because I had no pictures of my ancestors and needed something to include in my family history projects. the largest number depict Quebec and New Brunswick, but I also have topicals (e.g. Traditional Quebec Dog CartsIndex: The Outdoor Bread Ovens Of Quebec, Index: The Forestry Industry in Eastern Canada).

The most popular postcard section is:

Index: Vintage Postcards of Quebec

 

 

 

117 Comments »

  1. Hi Evelyn! Thank you do much for sharing your info. I live in Colorado and have mostly all French Canadian roots. I’ve been doing light research for a few years. It is so interesting to me. I plan on going to the Hudson, Vaudreuil, Shefford and Brome areas for library or history society research. My family names are Mallet, Davidson, Fleury, along with other names I haven’t worked to much on yet. I am stuck in finding my ggg grandfather’s parents about 1830. I believe it may have been a Joseph Mallet of Vaudreuil, as he lived with him in 1851 census, but have no church or civil records of his name.

    My question is where would you advise I search next on my Mallet side for birth record of an Octave Mallet of 1830?
    Also, my Fleury line can be quite confusing, I am from Alexander J Fleury in NH, who I believe may be from Brome county Quebec. I do not know where to go for more records for him. Any guidance or direction would be appreciated. Thank you so much for your blog site!
    Lisa Millette

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    Comment by Lisa Millette | June 18, 2013 | Reply

    • If you could give me the name of the wife, or his parents, Joseph Mallet Vaudreuil, I could more easily do some research for you. There was a lot of Mallet in this region and Joseph was a common first name at that time.

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      Comment by Serge Veillette | July 31, 2013 | Reply

      • Hello again, I am still trying to find the parents of Octave Mallet. He married Sarah Davidson in 1858 at Wyman Methodist Church in Hudson area, Quebec. The first I find of him is in the 1852 census of Vaudreuil Quebec. A clue may be that on their marriage certificate, the witness for Octave is a Francois x Mallet.
        Any help will be much appreciated! Thank you!

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        Comment by LMillette | November 7, 2014 | Reply

    • Hello Evelyn a do you have any information on these family surnames Clayton , Ross , izzard any help would be appreciated thanks

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      Comment by kirk | November 10, 2017 | Reply

      • Hello Kirk,
        I would need more information as to who you are looking for and in what time periods and locations. I do not have large general surname files for these although I do have some individuals in the family trees.
        Evelyn

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        Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | November 11, 2017 | Reply

  2. Your work is amazing. I can’t imagine how much time and effort has gone into making the indexes I looked at. It’s a true gift to the genealogy world. Thank you!

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    Comment by Tammy Lough | April 22, 2015 | Reply

  3. Hello. My name is Alison. Im trying to figure out if my mother and her late mother(s) are Mi’qmaw. My great grandmothers lastname is ashley. I believe her maiden name is moore; elsie moore. She lived in Verdun and this was what she had told her daughter as well as my mother. I also know Moore is a Metis lastname as well. Do you know of any way to help me narrow this down? Thank you

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    Comment by Alison | February 17, 2017 | Reply

  4. I think my great grandfather is Joseph adelard pitre you speak of. 1911 Bathurst nb census.

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    Comment by Christina Smith | March 9, 2017 | Reply

  5. Hi and thank you for so much info. On your “Caughnawaga Census 1921 | Households 181 – 200” I had left a comment that the census does not match with the Two Axe. My great grandfather was with his new wife by this time and the age doesn’t match. Are you sure of the census date? I have other info to back that up and can provide. Just wanted to know as I think the census if from prior to the date listed.

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    Comment by Dan | April 13, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello Dan,
      I saw your comment but haven’t had a moment to go back and check the original image or my transcription. Will try to get to it in the next day or two. I am presently moving a lot of records onto the site and will go back when I have a moment.
      Have a nice day,
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | April 13, 2017 | Reply

  6. Hello, I am trying to confirm if my gr gr gr gr grandmother was from the Abenaki. The problems are there are many branches of Abenaki. She (Marie Bruneau 12.18.1798 – 1837) was born in Germignon Ville Eure et lar. All of the google links come up to dead ends. Any suggestions for me please?

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    Comment by Jennifer Lessig | April 29, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello Jennifer,
      Germignon is a town in France. If you are thinking you have Abenaki relatives perhaps you can leave the series of couples going back starting with your generation and see f someone picks up on it!
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | April 30, 2017 | Reply

      • Hi Evelyn, thank you for responding. I went back to my notes and that Marie I listed was one from my notes while searching. The Marie Bruneau listed in my family tree was born in Canade in approx. 1809, no death date. Her parents are listed as Louis Marie Phillipe Bruneau (8.15.1771 in St-Charles-sur-Richelieu, Quebec. D 6.3.1839) and mother was Marie Isabelle Louise Bader/Madere (7.28.1772 Vercheres, Quebec).
        Marie and Pierre Guion (Dion) were married 1.10.1826 and had Emelia Genevieve Dionne (Emily Dion) (1833 – 10.6.1896. She died in Providence, RI, USA) and their daughter was my great great grandmother (Cecile Noel. b 1870 Bolon, Canada and died 3.11.1958 in Meriden, CT, USA).
        Do you have any other resources I might be able to check? Thank you for your time!

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        Comment by Jennifer Lessig | April 30, 2017 | Reply

        • This is the best all-around resource to check genealogical lines in Quebec.
          http://www.bms2000.org/en
          Best of luck with your searching,
          Evelyn

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          Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | April 30, 2017 | Reply

  7. Thank you.. I will go there soon. I have just realized that she may not be Abenaki, but one of the other tribes. My grandmother can not confirm which tribe she may be from. I appreciate your time!

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    Comment by Jennifer Lessig | April 30, 2017 | Reply

  8. Hello Evelyn,
    I feel I can ask. My paternal grandfather is Noe Legault 1881-1938, born in Papineauville, Qc son of Louis Dani Legault and Hermeline Brayer dit St Pierre. I am hoping to find a paper stating he was registered at an indian reserve, as his branch of the Legault tree had lived in what is now Oka, and they moved to Ripon (papineauville area), and I don’t know which, if they registered with any tribe. How do I find out? I have searched many days/hours. Thank you

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    Comment by Aline Legault | April 30, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello Aline,
      I notice that the 1901 census registers Noe and his parents as French-Canadian. As such, I’m not aware of any registration that they could have on a reservation.
      If I’ve misunderstood please let me know 🙂
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | April 30, 2017 | Reply

  9. I Evelyn Yvonne. I just saw a picture of the father of m’y grandmother Arthur Gendreau. I saw that the picture was send by Brian o’hara. I think we are in the same family. My grandmother is sick and she talk a lot about is family. I Want to know if it’s possible to talk to him for maybe exchange picture. My grandmother have already show me picture of is family House. The one in the picture.
    I don’t know if il will be possible but I take a chance. We are from Montréal.
    Thank you.

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    Comment by Marie-Josee | May 22, 2017 | Reply

  10. Hi Evelyn:
    I just came across your genealogy site and found an ancestor of mine. His name is Pierre-Edme Thuot Duval. He was married to Marie Fournier. Apparently Pierre-Edme was the first Duval to immigrate from France to New France, Quebec. I have been researching for about 15 years now and have quite a bit of info on my ancestors. I even went to Tonnerre, France where he was born and have photos of the Church where he was baptized. I would love any info you have on Pierre-Edme and his descendants. Unfortunately I can not speak or read French, even though I have the Duval name.

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    Comment by Jim Duval | June 18, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello,
      I added some information to the Duval Pioneer post based on your previous request for information but re-reading this query I realize you must already have that information. I would recommend you correspond directly with the Fishier Origine people as they will have seen the original documents. The researcher for the Duval name is listed as Pierre Le Clercq.
      The website url is:
      http://www.fichierorigine.com
      Good luck,
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | June 26, 2017 | Reply

      • Thanks very much for this info Evelyn. It’s very much appreciated. I’ll see if I can get in touch with Pierre Le Clercq.

        Jim Duval

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        Comment by Jim Duval | June 26, 2017 | Reply

  11. Hello, I would love to connect with you I have family from Restigouche New Brunswick my Grandmother was born there she was a Leblanc, Emma or may have gone by Rose Emma in 1900 so interested in this!!

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    Comment by Amanda Mazza | June 27, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello Amanda,
      Please leave the name of your grandmother’s husband and her parents if you have them.
      thank you,
      Evelyn

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

  12. Hi, Evelyn. I had posted a few months back in regards to research of my great grandmother’s family. I am now concentrating on Marie Therese Portelance dit Roy 26 dec 1719 – 20 May 1800, trying to confirm she is the mother of Marie Anne Hubert (1735-1798) but also that she was Algonquin.
    Thanks again.
    Jennifer Veillette Lessig

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    Comment by Jennifer Veillette Lessig | June 27, 2017 | Reply

    • Good evening,
      Do you have her the name of Marie Therese’ husband? And/or marriage information?
      Evelyn

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

      • married John Baptiste Hubert in Oct 1740 or 1741. Marie was supposedly born in St Nicolas, Levi. Someone had sent me a link that states she is “thoroughbred Algonquin” although the information seems to be contradicted as well.
        Here it is: http://forum.autochtones.ca/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=2630&start=30

        Thank you so much

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        Comment by Jennifer Veillette Lessig | June 27, 2017 | Reply

        • Hi Evelyn, I hope you are having a good weekend. I had replied to your response above and hoping to confirm the nationality of Marie Therese Portelance dit Roy. I included a link that I was sent from someone, but not sure the validity of it. Thank you,
          Jennifer

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          Comment by Jennifer Veillette Lessig | July 22, 2017 | Reply

          • OOPS – so sorry Jennifer I thought I had left the response.
            I did visit the site and read through the posts. As you say the information is contradictory. The notion of the Native ancestry seems to be based on oral histories and other anecdotal references but not what we would consider documentation. That doesn’t mean it couldn’t be true but there is no support for it.
            One of the commenters is Dominique Ritchot – a well regarded professional researcher and is not supporting the idea of the Native ancestry in this line.
            Hope that is helpful,
            Evelyn

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            Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | July 22, 2017

          • Yes it is, thank you

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            Comment by Jennifer Veillette Lessig | July 22, 2017

      • http://www.vosoriginesyourroots.org/t5651-l-ancetre-nicolas-peltier
        These are his parents

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        Comment by Aline Legault | November 20, 2017 | Reply

  13. hi Evelyn; Can you tell me anything about the surname Collins and whether it is a French Canadian name ? It would be from the Ottawa area. It could be Metis as well. It could also be from around the Outaouais

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    Comment by Sue | July 20, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello,
      1. The surname Collin can be French Canadian. I will make a post about that tomorrow for you.
      2. A quick look at the 1911 census shows the surnames Collin and Collins among Ontario Ojibway for sure.
      For further help you would need to give me one or more couples to look for.
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | July 20, 2017 | Reply

      • Collin surname post here –
        https://acanadianfamily.wordpress.com/2017/07/21/french-canadian-pioneers-the-colins-of-quebec/
        For further help, please send me the couple you are looking for.
        Evelyn

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        Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | July 21, 2017 | Reply

        • Hi Evelyn; I found a baptism record for the person we are looking for, and the couple who are the parents are: John Collins and Suzanne Sauve. This is from the bms2000.org database. The parish was St-Jean-Baptiste in Ottawa. I am actually not sure how to proceed further. I can’t find anything else. Thanks, Sue

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          Comment by Sue | September 23, 2017 | Reply

          • Hello Sue,
            For Ontario marriages I usually use the Family Search.org records but they only go up to a certain date.
            Evelyn

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            Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | October 22, 2017

  14. Hi Evelyn,
    I am trying to understand how your site works! I am actualy trying to trace my native heritage. Do I only write the name in the search box?
    Thank you.
    Nicole

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    Comment by Sozie la fourmi | July 22, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello Nicole,
      On this site I am slowly compiling native surnames based on marriage documents, census returns and other historical documents. The list is not complete but serves as a Finding Aid for people who believe they have native or Metis ancestors and are not sure of the geographical location.
      You can place the surname in the Search Box but it sometimes comes up with a lot of different types of information. If you have a specific idea in mind you can leave your query here in a comment box. I may be able to help you or a reader may have information.
      Good luck,
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | July 22, 2017 | Reply

  15. Hello Nicole,

    Like all the others am researching the Lagace family. I was really happy to find the following information on your site……….

    Lagace / Mignier, Andre | Arsenault / Arseneau, Virginie

    Married: 1857 Bathurst Gloucester NB CAN

    Could you please tell me how you got the information on their marriage because I have been looking all over and have found nothing. Also would you happen to have any information (documentation) on where Andre was born and his family (mother, father etc).

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    Comment by Michael Williams | July 26, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello,
      The information in that old post is extracted from my fully-sourced Legacy database which was lost after a computer crash.
      All the information is sourced from reputable sources, so in this case I’m presuming it’s from Ancestry.com (the actual records not the family trees) and I don’t presently have a subscription.
      The only thing I can mention – and you may already realize this – is that the Lagace/Mignier spellings at Ancestry.com are a real mess so it can be really difficult to find them.
      Good luck with your search,
      Evelyn

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

  16. Hi Evelyn, I am a descendant of Rene Ouellette. My branch of the family ended up in Windsor, Ontario. Great Grand parents Alfred Ouellette and Emma Chaput.

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    Comment by Orville Reeves | July 28, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello,
      it’s nice to hear from you!
      Evelyn

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

  17. I really appreciate the work you have done on the descendants of Ebenezer Ward and Mary Gray. They are my direct ancestors. There is some additional information on #50, Joseph Ward and his relationships you can see on FamilySearch.org by going to Joseph’s record, ID LZ8B-T7C. I have researched my great grandparent’s vital information extensively and, as you will see, much of it is well sourced. I hope this is useful to you.
    Regards; Dik Thurston

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    Comment by Dik Thurston | August 16, 2017 | Reply

    • Thank you very much for the comment!
      I will certainly go there when I get a moment – and also if you ever want to write an article for this site I’ll be happy to publish it 🙂
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | August 16, 2017 | Reply

  18. All of the Caraquet headstones, Leger, Godin, Landry are my grandparents.

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    Comment by JR Boyle | August 29, 2017 | Reply

    • Nice to hear from someone else with Caraquet roots. Mine are with the Theriaults 🙂 and allied lines of course. Although my 19th century Theriaults moved to Bertrand nearby as well.
      If ever you need information I have Fidele Theriault’s Les Families de Caraquet.
      Have a nice day,
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | August 29, 2017 | Reply

  19. Hello,

    My name is James C Beaudoin. My Father is Alton C. Beaudoin, My Grand father is Samuel Beaudoin.
    My father was born in Whithall NY in 1913. Samuel was born in Whitehall in 1885 or 1886. His wife was Ema Ashley.
    My Father had 2 siblings. an older brother and a younger sister who both died in 1917 of influenza. His parents split up and my father was placed in an orfaniage in Troy NY where he stayed for about 10 years so he new very little about his ancestry. The only thing he new is that his ancestors came from Canada and he was French and India he believes they were from the three rivers area .
    In his life he was a pro boxer with 74 fights, 72 wins and 2 losses. After his boxing career ended he attended the merchant marine acadamy in NY. After he finished he went to sea for 9 years attaining the rank of 3rd mate. When ww2
    broke out was forced out of merchant marine so he joined the Army were he was scout. He was awarded 3 Purple hearts and a bronze with a cluster.
    I would like to know how to track down our ancestry.

    Can you help me?

    Regards.

    James C Beaudoin
    P.O. Box 76 Chester Ct. U.S.A.
    area code 06412

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    Comment by james c beaudoin | August 31, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello,
      You have some great information here and an interesting family history but it is a challenge to work across borders!
      You state that your grandfather was Samuel Beaudoin and that he was born in Whitehall in 1885 or 1886. I take it you don’t have access to his birth record with parents’ names? Is this date taken from census records?
      Also, was the Samuel Beaudoin-Ema Ashley marriage a Catholic one? If so, at least here in Quebec the parents’ names are listed.
      It would be great to have this, obviously, because you might have the crossing papers from Canada into the United States of his parents.
      General Information in case you’re unaware:
      1. Three Rivers is officially known as Trois-Rivieres, Quebec.
      2. Beaudoin is also spelled Baudoin and Beaudouin (among other ways!)
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | August 31, 2017 | Reply

  20. Anyone know of lists of names of native structural steelworkers from Caughnawaga in the early 1900’s. I know my grandfather and his father worked on structural steel. Great Grandfather died in Quebec bridge collapse in 1909.

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    Comment by Glenn mcDonald | September 4, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello,
      I don’t know of any one single list. The best thing to do would b to leave the names of your great grandfather, grandfather and father so that I can publish it as a post and see if anyone leaves information.
      Also, if you don’t already have it, I could go photograph the Caughnawaga Memorial which has the names listed. I had actually done this a few years back but lost all the information when my previous computer crashed.
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | September 4, 2017 | Reply

      • Grandfather was Louis Jocks a structural steel worker who died I Houston Texas in 1966. Born 9/15 /1888
        Great grandfather was Thomas Baptiste Jocks who died in the1907 Quebec bridge collapse. Born 12/4/1859
        Great Great Grandfather may also have been a structural steel worker , but not sure,
        Was Louis Baptiste Jocks. I don’t know his father. Born 1833

        All from Kanawake. Would like to know more.
        Particularly, who hired the steel workers.

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        Comment by Glenn mcDonald | September 23, 2017 | Reply

        • Hello; To the person looking for the company that hired the steelworkers, I used to work in a federal government library in Ottawa, and I saw a book that was an inquiry into the Quebec bridge disaster. It got sent to the National Library of Canada. It might have some names of companies in it. Sue

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          Comment by D | September 23, 2017 | Reply

  21. Hi Evelyn,

    I was wondering if you’d managed to find anything on Louis Soriowano or if you know who might be able to help me? Sorry to keep bugging you!

    Nicole Vincent

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    Comment by Nicole Vincent | September 22, 2017 | Reply

    • Sorry, still haven’t come across anything
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | September 24, 2017 | Reply

  22. Hello. I am at a dead end for a great grandmother, they were living in NY and RI in late 1800s but the spouse was born in Canada. Pierre Ferrier (b1825/6-1899 born to Francois Regis LaFerrier (1791-1850) and Marie Julie Giroux (1799-1854). I am stumped as to find Pierre’s wife. We have her name as Marie Louise Chalut (approx. dates 1830-1873) but she’s listed on marriage records as Theresa and again as Louisa Charlow. Any, ANY information or direction you may have on this Marie Chalut would be appreciated. I have them married 1848 in Woonsocket, RI, so I realize you may not be able to research into US. Thank you for your expertise. ~Jennifer

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    Comment by Jennifer Veillette Lessig | September 22, 2017 | Reply

  23. Hi my family is doing a search for my fathers family and We are thinking we are related to this family his name is Edward J Cooper he was born in 1922 he would have been Rachel blais child on my dads birth document she went by ida blais she had given him up with another boy she was with a man named victor macalpine from the sudbury area her father was jean bapiste and louise blais daughter I think but we are stuck on the search because he was given up as a child my email (contact Evelyn for email) if theres anything you may help me with

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    Comment by Kim coooer | October 22, 2017 | Reply

    • My grandmother mothers’ name was Rachel Blais. She married John Hobson then later in life she married Alexis Verdette. My grandmother came from the line of Blais’ from Quebec(Gaspe area supposedly). Here are other family names related to her beside the Blais line: Anglehart(Anglehardt), Annekawine, Huard, Lapierre to name a few. The reason for this message is to say I took a DNA test finally from FamilyTree DNA and found that this line, my family line, definately have Native American blood running through their veins. The company was unable to narrow down the closest tribe connection so I am in the process of finding another company that can do this if possible. This DNA company was able to trace my family’s DNA roots to 40,000 years ago. It was simply amazing to see the results and at the same time a relief because it had always been rumored but never proven

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      Comment by Kim coooer | October 22, 2017 | Reply

      • Hello there,
        As you probably know already, this means that the native line that is detected would come down through you maternal line (mother to daughter, mother to daughter etc.). What is sometimes called the M-line. Have you done that line? And do you want to list the couples for us?
        Evelyn

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        Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | October 22, 2017 | Reply

  24. Hi Evelyn!

    This is an amazing compilation you have created. Thank you for your work! I have been searching for information on my fathers side as the history is a bit of a mystery since my parents moved to Alberta and created a life here. My mothers side is well known to me, but my fathers seems to be being kept from me for one reason or another. I have been told we are the descendants of Acadians, but I am not sure of the lineage. In addition, my father insists his father was born on Walpole Island (Edmund Labbe and Romeo Labbe is his brother, but I see no Labbes on Walpole census…..and I also do not know their parents first names. I think the father is Henry and mother may be Bernadette). My mother insists he was born in London. I am not sure why the disparity. I also have a big roadblock come up anytime I attempt to press the issue. I have also been told we are descendants from people who lived on Peche Island. I want to be clear that I grew up “white”, but am very interested in this lost part of my heritage. Great work and I will keep searching your site to see if our name pops up 🙂

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  25. Came your site seen your last name was Therriault when my Grandmother passed away September 19, 1966 on her Funeral papers her Father was John Wright as far as I know they may have come from Brunswick House in Chapleau First Nation looking for my grandmother’s Family I don’t know her maiden name they also say she was Marie Redbreast then married a Therriault Marie had children named Charles Therriault Donald Therriault and Lawrence Pootosh and Daisy Nootchtai Pootosh and Violet Dinia Nootchtai Pootosh those were Marie children before her death in Sudbury Sept 19, 1966 looking for any information on my grandmother side she had possible family in Chapleau Brunswick House

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    Comment by TINA NOOTCHTAI | November 17, 2017 | Reply

    • Grandmother maiden name was Mary or Marie Wright Father John Wright. Family from Brunswick House in Chapleau Ontario.

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      Comment by TINA NOOTCHTAI | November 22, 2017 | Reply

  26. Wow! What a great site.
    A link was posted ina Facebook group I belong to and on readIng, I see you have done an amazing amount of research. I live in Edinburgh Scotland.
    At a family funeral recently, it was mentioned that a relative of my mother-in-law may have married a Mi’kmaq. Unfortunately we don’t know if this person was male/female or in what time period. I have two surnames to go with Farquhar and Johnson and the area of Scotland they hailed from is Aberdeenshire. We don’t know if the person they married came here to live or if they went to Canada. My husband’s cousin thinks she can see a likeness in her family with some photos of Mi’kmaq and when I look at some photos of my eldest daughter in her teen years, Imsee it too, The aunt who passed away told this cousin she had a Spirit Guide. Mother in law never ever mentioned this to us. Is there any guidance you can give us? Thanks Bertha Henretty
    Edinburgh Scotland . b.henretty.2@blueyonder.co.uk

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  27. Hi Evelyn, I’m still searching and searching. 2 questions. In regards to
    a comment on this page:
    https://acanadianfamily.wordpress.com/2013/05/12/early-french-canadian-pioneers-the-pelletiers-of-quebec
    I believe you are suggesting that Nicolas Pelletier and Jeanne de Vouzy are both metis / Jeanne perhaps full mik’maq? I thought I have traced their parents to France but I could of course be wrong and wanted the clarification.
    Second, I am stumped for several weeks over a Marie Louise Chalut who is my 4th gr grandmother. We have absolutely no information on her; the name is listed in a book “The Beginnings of the Franco-American Colony in Woonsocket” by M L Bonier, 1920. That would be Woonsocket, RI. Somewhere in my research I have her born circa 1830 in Quebec, and she married Pierre La/ferrier around 1948 most likely in Woonsocket. He was born in Champlain, NY 1825. Died 1899 in Woonsocket. Those facts I am sure of, as well as that they had 9 children born between Ellington NY and Woonsocket.
    I’ve been in contact with a distant cousin who states she’s sure Marie Louise Chalut was Indian, that she saw a picture of her, and she was dressed as such. Her family referred to her as “Chalou” but that was it. Death for Marie Louise Chalut is most likely before 1873, as that is when Pierre marries again.
    So, most likely born Quebec 1830ish, no parents noted…. do you think you might be able to help?
    Thanks,
    Jennifer

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    Comment by Jennifer Lessig | November 19, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello Jennifer!
      No, I was not suggesting that they are Metis. These posts are the first FRENCH CANADIAN pioneers of France and are there as clues as to who the “top” of someone’s family tree may be. My readers are split between people following French Canadian ancestors and others searching native ancestors so if a French-Canadian name ends up in a Native census then I link to it here.
      See my note at the bottom of the post that “,,,any Native related links refer back to other posts citing census, marriage or other documents with indigenous or Metis individuals of that surname, however those individuals do not necessarily descend from these particular French Canadian settlers.”
      I’m sorry if this has caused you unnecessary research time!
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | November 20, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello,
      I had spent a bit of time on this Chalet question a few weeks back but didn’t come up with anything. The file is sitting open on my “desktop” because sometimes when I step away from something and work on other files, an idea comes to me!
      It won’t be forgotten and in the meantime your comment sits here and maybe someone else will be able to help you 🙂
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | November 20, 2017 | Reply

  28. Thank you Evelyn. Aline, I was excited to see this link but I can not open it….

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  29. Hi. I’ve been doing my Family tree as a hobby and I’m related tp Delima Desilva,She was my Grandmother.You’ve listed all her Daughters and 1 Son, but you’ve missed one and I wanted to add her to the list.
    Her name was Amilida Gauthier, born July 25,1912. My Grandfather was Jean Gauthier. I wonder if you can add her along with the others?

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    Comment by Gladys Sides | November 24, 2017 | Reply

    • Hello Gladys,
      Thank you for the addition information and I’ll be pleased to add it.
      Would it be possible for you to leave a comment under the post where you want me to add the information?
      Thanks,
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | November 24, 2017 | Reply

  30. Hi Evelyne,

    My ggg grandmother was Julie Chausse Henri, married to Paul Labelle Henri. This marriage shows up in your listing of native families and were married Sept 30, 1873 in Maniwaki. IMy records show they had a child – Julie Henri (Pied Blancs) L’Escart. have a geneology with birth certificates and church records and visited the band office of Kitigan Zibi (Maniwaki) who told me there are no “Indian” families registered in that community with the names Henri, Peid blanc. There is one family registered with Chausse but they did not tell me which line. I was told that Pied Blanc originated at the Red River, but dispersed and some ended up in both Golden Lake and Maniwaki, but none of them were ever registered or belonged to any communities. I was wondering if you know of any of these surnames being listed or registered to either community and what is the lineage/link? Thanks very much!

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    Comment by William | November 28, 2017 | Reply

  31. Hi, My name is Deborah Nowosad. My family descended from Quebec Canada I was told as a young child that I had Native American and my family but that was pretty much never talked about in our family but after reading the history of Michigan and finding out how they treated the Metis I understand why they were very quiet. They are all passed away now but I would like to know if we have Indian history I have been studying the Michif language and also took French in school. I was told we are Canadian French Indian. I have my family chart done far back. Most of my family are on your website which were the Tromblays, Chartiers, Boyer’s Paquets. How do I get proof of them being metis when I live in Michigan and they came from Quebec? Thank you so much for any advice.

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    Comment by Deborah Nowosad | December 13, 2017 | Reply

  32. Hi Evelyne,
    My great great grandfather came from Canada, his name is John Montour born about 1837 we have always been told that we are native and they are with the St Regis tribe. I have been trying to find information on the family in Canada and I’m having no luck. He has 2 sons John Louis and Louis Montour. Do you have any information on the Montour family. Any help would be much appreciated.

    Thank you
    Vanessa

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    Comment by Vanessa Zuniga | January 24, 2018 | Reply

  33. Hello Evelyn: Thank you so much for sharing your family history and research! I very much share your love of genealogy and our acadian ancestry. I descend from the doucet and blanchard line from Bathurst. I am planning a genealogy trip next year to Nova Scotia and Bathurst. Would love to correspond! Warmest wishes, Carolyn

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    Comment by Carolyn Crossley | February 19, 2018 | Reply

  34. Thanks so much for your blog. I am in BC and my great grandfather was George Murray Meldrum and I believe is buried in Chateauguay, as well as his first and his second wives. I know nothing of his siblings or their families or if there still any around the area.
    Thank you.

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    • Good evening,
      Thank you for the compliments.
      Do you have a time period for your great grandfather? Even estimated?
      Would you have the name of either of his wives?
      Would you know whether he would have been married in a Protestant or Catholic cemetery?
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | February 19, 2018 | Reply

      • To Evelyn Yvonne,

        Kwe!
        I think you are doing a tremenduous job helping people the way you do, I feel a bit opportunistic asking you for help,..
        You wrotye me that François dit Montigny baptised in St.Constant 1791 was died few days after, samwe info being given by historian Gaston Deschesnes but we always thought that he was our great-grand-father, my grandfather was Alidor de Montigny married to Emilia Provost (OUCHISTAWISKWEOU and Martin Prévost) from metis anishabe maybe wendat , son of Domina – François , married to Claire Marotte, and greatson of François marruied to Theotiste Bro, this last François registered as from unkniown parents… who were they, not married maybe so the priest would not write their names probably..
        Theitriste Bro had a name existing amoung the Acadians but also the Mikmawas, do you have any link thar I could used to get infos about this lineage? I a trying to explore the matrilineal lines instead of the patrilineal ones.
        Thanks a lot for the huge work.
        Françoise

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        Comment by Francine-Françoise de Montigny-Pelletier | July 16, 2018 | Reply

      • Sorry for my weak orthography, I correct: Theotiste BRO (BRAULT), MIKMAWS, you WROTE me,

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  35. Hello. I guess I am at a loss of where to start. My 3rd Great grandfather was named Michael Monette, sometimes called Mitchell in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, April 28,1830. He was a fur trader for the American Fur Company in 1855 and ended up settling in Nebraska, US. I have no proof but, according to family stories, he was mixed blood. He married a woman named Mary Bono in Nebraska and she was 1/2 Omaha Indian. Do you have any suggestions on where to search please? I do not know the names of his parents or siblings.

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    Comment by Kimberly Cole | March 19, 2018 | Reply

    • Evelyn,

      Good Evening. You helped me tremendously in the past so, I was hoping you might have heard this name before. I am looking for Francis Beauneau. He was supposedly from the Montreal area and was probably born around 1790. This is the man that I referenced previously, and the last name might be Bonneau, or Bono? He ended up marrying an Omaha Native American in Missouri or Nebraska, US. I have seen it spelled multiple ways in the small amount of documents that I have found. Thank you for any help you may have to offer to get me on the right path. Thanks again.

      Kimberly

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  36. Hello Evelyn,

    Thank you for all that you do! My husband has an ancestor mystery. His 3rd great-grandfather was Joseph SHERBOT or CHARBOTT, a tailor, born 1816 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. I believe he died 2 Feb 1864 in Toronto, York, Ontario, Canada. He was married to Susan Jane MONTGOMERY ARMSTRONG. We think Joseph may have been born to Pierre CHABOT (b. 3 Mar 1772 at Saint-Vincent-De-Paul, Ile-Jesus, Montreal, Laval, Quebec, Canada), but I have been unable to find a birth/baptismal document. I believe he is buried at the Toronto Necropolis Cemetery and Crematorium, possibly removed from the Potters Field and reinterred in D149 (or his son Joseph was reinterred?). He appears to live in Toronto at least from 1842 until his death in 1864, and is listed in Toronto city directories. Per the 1861 Census of Canada: Jos Charbott, age 44, birth year 1817, married, living in Toronto, religion: Church of England.

    My husband has DNA matches to descendants of French-Canadians, so I am thinking this Joseph Sherbot/Charbott (1816-1864) descends from the French Chabot line, and not the indigenous Sharbot line. Also, my husband’s DNA does not show any Native American, but does show western Europe (France/Germany), although that is not proof of lack of indigenous ancestry if gene segments were not passed down due to random selection.

    My husband’s ancestoral 2nd great-grandmother is the daughter of Joseph Charbott (1816-1864): Chatharina/Catherine CHABOT/CHARBOTT born 2 Nov 1839 in either Nipissing or Hastings District of Ontario, Canada. I have not been able to located her birth/baptism record. She lived in Detroit all her married life, and died 1926 in La Porte, La Porte County, Indiana, USA (where her son was living).

    We’d appreciate any help to determine the correct lineage of this Joseph SHERBOT/CHARBOTT (1816-1864).

    Linda & Rich

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  37. Hi I am searching for my Mi’kmaq ancestors in Newfoundland, it is hard to find surnames for the women and their native surnames. There is no indication they were native is there any place to find names of native women who married European men? I can trace them to where they lived – Woody Island- but records get scares around the 1800s.

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  38. Hi! I am searching for parents and grandparents of Josephine Larivier, born around 1862 who married a Joseph Mondoux in 1878. Strong family legends of native ancestry in one of these families, not sure which. Josephines parents are listed on a website (no sources) as Philomine and Joseph Larivier, both born in 1835. But I am unable to locate any information on those people. Though I suspect the actual names could be Jean Baptiste and Elizabeth, maybe the others are middle names? I have searched your website in the indian censuses and see Picards and Lariviers. Is any of this sounding familiar? It seems as though this Philomene and Joseph Lariviere are the internets big mystery as I find many people searching for them and never finding them. Maybe because they are not listed in the Canadian census and instead on an indian census under different names? Please help!

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    Comment by Cori Jo L McGraw | April 17, 2018 | Reply

    • Sorry forgot to explain the Picard mention. On that website with no sources for Philomene and Joseph Lariviere, her maiden name was listed as Picard.. Her parents are supposedly “Josette” Laviere and Jean Baptiste Picard. Those are the ones who do not seem to exist anywhere.

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  39. Dear Evelyn: I have a friend whose name is Evelyn Therriault, her maiden name was Pyette. We have been friends since grade 4. She married Gerard Therriault in 1956.
    He was of french descent and was from somewhere in the eastern provinces of Quebec.
    He was a wonderful man and a good husband to my friend. I wonder if you might be related. Jo-Anne Hiscock (Nee Bourdages)

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  40. Hello Evelyn, I make Transcription/Translation & Research about history. I am french, living in La Rochelle area and could get old documents from “Les Archives”. If you need assistance I would be pleased to answer. Christophe.

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    Comment by Christophe Garnier | August 4, 2018 | Reply

    • Merci, Christophe.
      That’s great. I have no ongoing research at the moment but will certainly contact you if something comes up or I will refer people that might need your help.
      Have a good day,
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | August 4, 2018 | Reply

      • Thank you very much Evelyn. I could give you my details but can I send an attachment ?
        Just a question, do you also practice french ?

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        Comment by Christophe Garnier | August 4, 2018 | Reply

    • Hello Christophe Garnier… Moi et d’autres aussi voudrais bien de savoir de vos recherches et quoi d’autres informations que nous pouvons avoir. voyant que La Rochelle etait une location tres importantes. dans le temps de l’ouverture de la Nouvelle France… voice mon e/m: frenchtoast15@gmail.com

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  41. Hello Evelyn, I’m researching my great-grandfather Hermingulas Masse who was born in Canada in the Quebec region in 1840. He emigrated to Troy, NY and married there to Anithale Lasonde May 16, 1869. I’m in the beginning stages of research and need help with Canadian records. Thanks so much!

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    Comment by C Taddune | September 9, 2018 | Reply

    • Hello there,
      After a brief look I have not found the individuals you are looking for but would like to note the following –
      1. I’m unfamiliar with the name Hermingulas. I do wonder if it’s a variation on the French Canadian name Hermenegilde.
      2. The Lasonde surname is also spelled Lassonde.
      3. The Masse surname is sometimes (but not usually) spelled as Mace.
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | September 9, 2018 | Reply

  42. Thank you so much for your quick response. I have seen that spelling before. Can you direct me to the best database in Quebec where I might start my search?

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    Comment by C Taddune | September 9, 2018 | Reply

    • BMS2000 is a great resource. You can search the names but need to buy a certain number of tokens to open the records –
      http://www.bms2000.org/en

      For original records and such you can go to Ancestry.com of course. And I presume you know already about Familysearch.org?

      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | September 10, 2018 | Reply

  43. My sister and I might travel to Quebec to do research. Where would be the best place to visit? Thanks!!!!

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    Comment by C Taddune | September 9, 2018 | Reply

    • Hello,
      First off, can tell me how you know your ancestor was from Quebec? Was that listed on census or other documents?
      Have you already searched the border crossing documents at Ancestry.com or at familysearch.org?

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | September 10, 2018 | Reply

  44. Great Work on the Metis Families

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    Comment by Dan Boucher | September 21, 2018 | Reply

    • Thank you, Dan. Just getting started on the Western and Central Canada Metis but appreciate the encouragement!
      Have a nice day,
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | September 21, 2018 | Reply

  45. Why don’t I see Couillard?

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    Comment by Joe J Lastowski | September 22, 2018 | Reply

  46. https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guillaume_Couillard

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    Comment by Joe J Lastowski | September 22, 2018 | Reply

  47. Hello Joe,
    I presume you’re referring to the list of Canadian pioneers? If so, the reason is that “It was developed in response to requests from people whom I assist who want to know who might be at the top of their family tree.” I add each pioneer as it appears in one of the family trees I’ve developed, or if the surname appears in the Native American marriage or census lists.
    Considering Philippe Couillard is presently our Prime Minister it might be good moment to add that 🙂
    Evelyn

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    Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | September 22, 2018 | Reply

  48. This is such a great site, I find myself reading thru it for hours with all the links! I am wondering if anyone can help me, I have found our great grandmother who was listed on the 1911 census as speaking Algonquin along with her mother and brother and sister. Her name was Dora Gervais and her mother was Anna Gervais and her mother was listed as being divorced I found a marriage certificate for Anna to a Euclid Huot (Hust translated) and one daughter Emili but nothing more! I can’t find out anything about Anna before Euclid and who Dora’s father was. I really want to complete this history for our children so they have a complete picture of their ancestors so if anyone can give me any clues at all I would be very grateful!
    Thanks
    Deb

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  49. I am researching the surname Bigaouette, my mom’s maiden name, she is from Padou, QE. I have traced it back to the famous case of one Claude Thomas dit Bigaouette. He was captured by Abenaki Indians at age 7 or 8 during a raid on english/american settlers (invaders) in what today is Dore, NH near the Canadian border in 1689. Claude’s English father was killed during the raid, and his mother escaped and returned to NH, but Claude was taken to Quebec and ransomed by the King of France and then adopted and raised by an Abenaki woman. After 10 years he was “released” and converted to Catholicism and took the name of his Abenaki “mother” which according to the sources I found was “Bigaouette.” So he became Claude Thomas dit Bigaouette. His English surname being Thomas. I find this explanation very odd. For starters there is no Algonquin word “Bigaouette” and with all those vowels I highly doubt it was her Abenaki name. I suspect she was either a widow of a Frenchman named Bigaouette or the mixed blood daughter of a Frenchman and Abenaki woman. I have searched several sources of early French fur trade surnames and the name Bigaouette or any slight version of it never shows up. Do you have any records of a Bigaouette surname or similar in New France around 1600 to 1689 prior to when Claude Thomas adopted the Bigaouette name appendage circa 1890-1900? Thanks, James Fortier

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  50. Good Evening, my Grandmother’s name was Emma Guerin, she passed away before I was born. Emma married Ernest Burl. Both families come from French canada, originally migrated from France. I am looking for any information about the Guerin family. Can you help? I would be so grateful. My dad spoke of a native american background.

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    Comment by Jennifer Burl | October 15, 2018 | Reply

    • Hello Jennifer,
      At the moment I’m finishing up a major project regarding indigenous peoples of Eastern Canada (Maliseet and Mi’kmaq) so I would like to help you but it will be about a week before I come back to you.
      Please be patient, I won’t forget 🙂
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | October 15, 2018 | Reply

      • Thank you so very much!

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  51. Great Merci Welanli

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    Comment by Dan | October 15, 2018 | Reply

  52. Hello, I am amazed at your site and I was shocked when I just tossed out the Rice surname as I have them in many places in my tree. I’m not sure if your Rice family is the same as mine but I know that there are stories on mine that were kidnapped as children and raised by the Native people and married. I have two lines of Rice ancestors so when I dig a bit more maybe I will find a connection . Thank you for all you do and have shared

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    Comment by Jacqui Server Garcia | October 19, 2018 | Reply

    • Good evening,
      Thank you for your kind comments.
      The Kahnawake Rices that you are seeing on this site are in fact the ones from the kidnapping story. They are not in my lines as I have no Iroquois connections – just Mi’kmaq, Maliseet nation way, way, way back :-). However there are Kahnawake Rices who read this site, so please feel free to leave queries if needed!
      Evelyn
      P.S. If it is any help I will be adding a lot more Iroquois links in December. November is for the Algonquins :=)
      Have a nice day,
      Evelyn

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  53. Hello again, I have two lines of the Rice family and could make one tree from them. Adonijah Rice 1696-1796 is my 7th g grandfather and his father Thomas is my 8th g grandfather and then they split and Thomas’s father Thomas is also a many g grandfather and I thought I had mad a mistake in my tree as the two Thomas bring my grandparents together. I have to say the Rice family has brought me from laughing to confusion to tears more than once.My third g grandmother is Esther Rice daughter of Capt Asa Rice 1732-1806. I would love to hear more about this family and thank you again for all you do

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  54. Hi Evelyn! I just found your website and I am so impressed with all your information and how detailed it is!! I’d love to talk to you about the Lagace/Meunier line. I’ve found my great grandparents, Alfred Lagace dit Meunier, married to Laurette Bastien in 1919. Information on their children is scarce and is the biggest missing link in my tree. If you have any time to chat about this please let me know. Your Lagace/Meunier pages have been such a big help. Thank you for your work.

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    Comment by Sabryna Davenport | October 29, 2018 | Reply

    • Anything?

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  55. Hi, i had a question, not sure if you use this website anymore of if it’s old or not? but was wondering if you could email me i just had a question about the denis geneology.

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    Comment by Lynnie | November 1, 2018 | Reply

    • Hello,
      I am presently doing extensive updates on the site so I’m unable to get back to you immediately. Will start answering queries again in about a week.
      Have a nice day,
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | November 2, 2018 | Reply

  56. Thank you, Evelyn, for the information about my ancestor, Jacques Archambault. Do you have information about my other ancestor, Maurice Rivet, born in France in 1642 and immigrated to Quebec around 1660? The Rivet surname was later spelled as Rivest.

    Reply here: https://wp.me/pp92w-qq0

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    Comment by David Gustafson | November 13, 2018 | Reply

    • Yes, as a matter of fact I do, David.
      I will get to it as soon as I can.
      Evelyn

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      Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | November 13, 2018 | Reply

  57. HI,
    I am Lou Leger, the Genealogist for the Richelieu Leger Family Association in Louisiana.
    We are descendants of Jean Richelieu Leger’s son Michel and his wife Angelique Pinet.

    Our website is : http://www.richelieu-leger.org/

    If any one is interested in information about this line of Jean’s descendants, or his ancestors, I would be happy to communicate with Them.

    Love your site, very interesting. Thanks for all the work, Lou

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