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CARIGNAN REGIMENT & THE FILLES DU ROI

CARIGNAN REGIMENT & THE FILLES DU ROIThese two ‘groups” are for many French-Canadians the equivalent of the US’ DAR and Mayflower’s Des…

Started by James P. LaLone

10 Oct 27, 2017
Reply by Lee Martin

Ance/Benoit

I am new to Genealogy Wise. I have been working on the Benoit side of my mother's genealogy and it led me here. Whoever posted the ANCEfami…

Started by Tracy Beaudoin

0 Jun 25, 2017

NOTARY RECORDS

Notary records are another good source for discovering information on your ancestor. They are the civil legal records that are sometimes a…

Started by James P. LaLone

4 Oct 22, 2016
Reply by James P. LaLone

Free Ebooks, 1865, 1866, Beamish Murdock, Esq. History of Nova Scotia or Acadie, Vol. I & II

 Here is a link to free books on "History of Nova Scotia or Acadie"-(actual titles of the books by Beamish Murdock, Esq.  books were writte…

Started by Arorasky

0 Sep 6, 2016

French-Canadian, Acadian, Cajun & metis surnames sites & bibliography

Attached here is an updated listing of surname sites. I am going through Tanguay's listing of "dit" names & spelling variations he has…

Started by James P. LaLone

17 Aug 18, 2016
Reply by Jacqueline G.

John Burpee

Anyone have any information regarding him. Believe born in 1850 in Montreal, Married Hattie Lebore eith in Vermont or New Hampshire

Started by Charles Robert flett

0 Jun 13, 2016

FRENCH & INDIAN WAR

Some sources for research. attachment

Started by James P. LaLone

2 Mar 10, 2016
Reply by James P. LaLone

Indian Captives & Non-French "French-Canadian" Ancestors

Was your ancestor really French? There were a number of Indian captives from New England who settled in Canada, see the following for more…

Started by James P. LaLone

6 Mar 10, 2016
Reply by James P. LaLone

Nobility and royalty ancestors of French-Canadians

There are two main sites which will extend your French-Canadian ancestors back in time if they descend from royalty or the nobility: http:/…

Started by James P. LaLone

8 Feb 29, 2016
Reply by James P. LaLone

ACADIANS

Even though of French origin, those settlers who settled in the region called Acadia had a different history. Some did settle in Quebec whi…

Started by James P. LaLone

0 Jan 31, 2016

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