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Index: Headstones of Val Brillant (Matapedia, Bas-St-Laurent, Quebec)

 

 

Brillant, Pierre, Rev.

 

Caron, Adeline

Caron, Wilfrid

Cote, Evangele

 

Durning, Philippe

 

Gagnon, Clementine

Guignard, Valmore

 

Lavoie, Elie

Leblond, Theophile

 

Ouellet, Alphonse

 

Pelletier, Aurelie

Plourde, Palmire

 

Saindon, Celestin

Sirois, Marcellin

 

Vallee, M. Louise

 

Theriault, Philomene

 

 

 

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Val Brillant Cemetery | Lavoie, Elie

Headstone:   Val Brillant Cemetery | Quebec Cemeteries

This is the final resting place of Elie Lavoie, husband of Virginie Cote, who died on November 22nd, 1923 at the age of 66 yrs and a half.  The couple had been married in Amqui (Matapedia) in 1883. Continue reading

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French Canadian Pioneers: The Lavoies Of Quebec

Index: Early French Canadian Pioneers


Lavoie Family Tree | Quebec Lavoie Genealogy

 

Jean de Lavoie |  Barbe L’Homme

November 28th, 1690, Neuville Continue reading

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Theriault m. Fortin | Evelyn in Montreal

Eugene Croteau of Massachusetts (USA) is a descendant (through his maternal line) of Lambert Theriault and Domitille Fortin who were from  St-Modeste (Riviere-du-Loup) Quebec. M. Croteau  left a message in one of the comment boxes saying that his family is  “taking a trip to Canada in the spring and are trying to find relatives”. Eugene descends from this couple through their son Wilfred Theriault who married Regina Lavoie probably in the States. Continue reading

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Riviere-Ouelle: Une Paroisse Canadienne au XVII Siecle

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One day I was on my knees in a cramped, second-hand book shop in the east end of Montreal. What was I doing there? I was rummaging through a slighly damp, crumpled cardboard box shoved up under a metal shelving unit. Under a pile of old French cathechism books and church notices, I noticed an ornate red leather binding sticking out. It turned out to be an original copy (1890) of Abbe. Casgrain‘s “Une Paroisse Canadienne au XVII Siecle – La Riviere-Ouelle” – a parish history covering the Riviere-Ouelle of the 17th century. Continue reading

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