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Diabo | Iroquois, Mohawk | 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!

 

 


SURNAME NOTES  |  DIABO


 

  • Surname lists: Surname Anchor Posts.  
  • Regions:  Ontario, Quebec, The Territories
  • Ethnicity:  Iroquois, Caughnawaga “Indian” (Yukon)
  • Associated surnames: Adams, Albany, Anenharotonko, Barnes, Beauvais, Babeux, Barnes, Beech,  Bellefleur, Bellerose, Bernard, Blequenier, Bush, Cousineau, Cross, Decire (Decaire?), Deer, Delisle, Deerhouse, Diciare,  Dufort, French, Griffiths, Heidt, Jacco, Jacobs, Jarry, Johnson, Kahentakeron, Kahentaurou, Kaiaitaiesha, Kanenhare, Kaneratine, Kanonsenhawi, Kanwenteshon, Katsienhaker, Karonhiaktat, Karonhiohare, Katsienhaker,  Kenrakenhowa, Konwawennori, Kwaronhiakwenni,Lahache, Lawson, Leborgne, Martin, McComber, Meloche, Montour, Norton, Orite, Oriwakehte, Perras, Peterson, Philippe, Phillips, Prisque, Saharie, Salois, Shuttleworth, Simpson, Skahentiioha, Skanawati, Stacey, Taylor, Tehatie, Tekahentakwa, Tetoneratoke, Thanatie, Thawenrate, Tsiorakwisen, Tsiotenhariio, Vaudrain, Vincent, Warasentha, White Eagle, Zacharie.
  • Misc.:  1. The Diabo surname was originally spelled D’ailleboust (&var.). 2. When searching through online indexes, be aware that Soundex does not recognize D’Ailleboust as a phonetic equivalent of Diabo. 3. I’ve double listed every couple in the marriage index under both the Diabo and D’Ailleboust variations to help in the searches. 4. Scroll down to External Links for more information about Charles Joseph k’Ailleboust, Sieur des Musseaux.

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