Poirier, Domina, Jean Baptiste, Dulude, M.Louise, Farineau, Ema | Cimetiere Sainte-Philomene (Mercier, Roussilon, Qc)
1882 – 1972
1898 – 1941
189 – 1951
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Four persons were injured when an automobile in which they were riding struck a horse on the Montreal – Caughnawaga road at 8 o’clock Saturday night.
The injured, all of whom were taken to Caughnawaga Hospital for treatment, were Paul Emile Martel, 40 of St Maurice (Terrebonne), driver of the auto: Mr. and Mrs. A. Poirier, 40 and 32 years old respectively of 1027 Woodland avenue, Verdun and Victoran Poirier, 27 of Valleyfield. Martel suffered a broken arm and the other tree victims excaped with mnor cuts and bruises.
The accident was investigated by Provincial Det. . Pinard and Traffic Officer P.E. Leduc, who reported that there were two horses owned by Angus Diabo, Caughnawaga Indian on the highway when the car Continue reading
Louis Lefebvre (son of Pierre Lefebvre and Domithilde Laberge) and his wife Rebecca Poirier (daughter of Antoine Poirier and Odile Desparois) were living in Caughnawaga in 1921. The couple were from Ste-Philomene Parish in Mercier and were married there on January 15th, 1900.
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DEC. LE 27 JAN 1919
A L’AGE DE 30 ANS
Surnames: Beauvais, Boudrias,de Lorimie, Poirier
Suit for Assault Accordingly Dismissed in Superior Court
ALIBI IS PRESENTED
Mr. Justice de Lorimier Comments on Ability of Plaintiff to Travel Despite Alleged Injuries
Beaten near the Caughnawaga highway, Magloire Poirier identified Joseph Boudrias as his assailant and sued him for $530, but Mr. Justice de Lorimier, of the Superior Court, dismissed his action for lack of positive identification of Boudrias as the aggressor and commented on the fact that despite his allege injuries, Poirier was able to come to Montreal on the same afternoon to consult a lawyer.
Poirier alleged that on September 22, 1930, at Caughnawaga, near the main highway Boudrias attacked him maliciously without cause, striking him on the head and shoulders with a metal bar while he was stooping to remove a small gate. Later, he claimed, Boudrias boasted of having kicked hm on the head. Continue reading
Expulsion Of The Whites From The Indian Reserve (1878) | Surnames: Dawes, Giroux, Laurier, Meloche, Poirier
Surnames: Dawes, Giroux, Laurier, Meloche, Poirier
THE EXPULSION OF THE WHITES FROM THE INDIAN RESERVE BEING PROCEEDED WITH.
The Indian Act of 1876 provides that no person other than those of Indian origin shall reside with the Indian reserves, and for some time a contest has been waged to carry the law literally into effect. The feeling caused gave rise to considerable trouble, with which the death of Meloche in the fatal fire was closely connected. Continue reading