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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. Continue reading

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They Passed Through Kahnawake: Emile Bellefleur and Josephine Boucher | Pt.1

Index: They Passed Through Kahnawà:ke

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Emile Bellefleur (son of Zotique Bellefleur and Adele Bourdeau) married Josephine Boucher (daughter of Alfred Boucher and Marie Allard) on September 21st, 1903 in St-Francois-Xavier Church in Kahnawake (Caughnawaga). Continue reading

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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). Continue reading

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Caughnawaga Debates Merits of Three Candidates for Grand Chief’s Post (1941) | Delisle, Diabo, Williams, Woodland

Index: Newspaper Clippings & Other Extracts Related To Kahnawà:ke

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REDSKINS ARE AGOG AS ELECTION NEARS

SON SEEK SUCCESSION

Joe Delisle Opposing Peter Williams and Paul Diabo for Office Vacated by Peter Delisle‘s Death

by Tracy S. Ludington

Feeling is running high today in Caughnawaga as members of six clans hold forth vociferously on the respective merits – and demerits – of three candidates for the post of tribal chief, to fill the shoes of the late Peter Delisle – who died on March 10. Continue reading

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Drowning Near The Mercier Bridge (1953) | Surname: Diabo

Index: Newspaper Clippings & Other Extracts Related To Kahnawà:ke

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Earlier in the morning, two fishermen spotted the body of a 36-year-old native of Caughnawaga in the river about a mile east of the Mercier Bridge.

Police identified the man as Joseph Diabo and said he drowned Saturday evening when his rowboat overturned. It brought last weekend’s drowning toll to 15.

 

Source: The Montreal Gazette, June 25th, 1953

 

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Index: Newspaper Clippings & Other Extracts Related To Kahnawà:ke

Core Index: First Peoples Genealogy & History

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Caughnawaga Indian Troubles (1893) | Surnames: Daillebout, Forbes, Kanatsoare, Phillips, Tehotionwasere

CAUGHNAWAGA INDIAN TROUBLES

AN INCIPIENT REVOLT BECAUSE OF THE SALE OF CHURCH SEATS.

A meeting was held in Caughnawaga on Friday evening in the Council House, called by the priest, Father Forbes. Thos. Kanatsoare, Michel Tehotionwasere, John Daillebout (Sowates-Thawenrate), and James Phillips (Sok Tehotionwasere), were present, representing the Council. They had heard that the priest was willing to meet the wishes of the Indians in the matter of selling the church seats, and were satisfied to accept a change that would be agreeable to them. The priest suggested that matters remain as they are to-day, and that next year all the church seats be drawn for. The council Continue reading

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Caughnawaga Census 1921 | Households 181 – 200

HOUSEHOLD 181  Iroquois

Twoaxe, Martin, 64   Twoaxe, Marie, 60

HOUSEHOLD 182  Iroquois

Twoaxe Dominique, 35   Twoaxe Juliette, 37

Twoaxe Marie, 9 Continue reading

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