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    201 Lastname on Familles métisses en Gaspésie
    http://metisgaspesie.com/familles-metisses-en-gaspesie/
    Taylor 
    Family F73
     
    202 Lastname on Familles métisses en Gaspésie http://metisgaspesie.com/familles-metisses-en-gaspesie/
    Duthie 
    Family F78
     
    203 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F719
     
    204 Lastname on Familles métisses en Gaspésie http://metisgaspesie.com/familles-metisses-en-gaspesie/
    Hamilton 
    Thorburn, Margaret Burton (I227)
     
    205 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F711
     
    206 List of migrants #403172
    La Rochelle 1668-04-06
    Rank Name Age M.S. Pr. Sex

    01 ANDRE SIRE
    Occupation : JOURNALIER, COUVREUR D'ARDOISE
    Origin : FONTENAY
    --- --- --- m
    02 PIERRE GAIGNEUR
    Occupation : MARCHAND POUR LA COMPAGNIE DES INDES OCCIDENTALES
    --- --- --- m
     
    Cyr, Andre (I4459)
     
    207 Listed on 6 May 1957 Voters List for Edmonton West, Town of Jasper Place
    102nd Avenue
    15428 Burton, Eugene, contractor
    15428 Burton, Christine 
    Burton, Eugene Francis (I4)
     
    208 Lists livestock. The Spadys had 3 horses, 1 colt, 1 cow, 7 sheep, 1 plow, 2 wagons, 2 pitchforks, 6 sickles, 3 axes, 2 shovels, 3 horsecollars, 1 bridle. They rented 1 house, 1 stable and 1 granary. They also owned 1 stable. Source (S64)
     
    209 Lived in Quebec in 1861

    Name: Cyrille Facette
    Gender: Male
    Census Place: St-Louis-de-Gonzague, Beauharnois, Quebec
    Age: 4
    Estimated Birth Year: 1857
    Birthplace: Bas Canada
    Marital Status: Single
    Religion: Catholique
    Page Number: 155
    Line Number: 14
    Film Number: 517358
    LAC Film Number: C-1265-1266
    Digital Folder Number: 4108671
    Image Number: 334 
    Facette, Cyrille Joseph (I14)
     
    210 Lived in Wisconsin in 1905

    Name: Cyrille Facette
    Residence: Superior city, ward 05, Douglas, Wisconsin
    Age: 50y
    Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1855
    Birthplace: Canada
    Relationship to Head of Household: Head
    Race: White
    Gender: Male
    Marital Status: Married
    Place of Birth: Parent 1: France
    Place of Birth: Parent 2: France
    Family Number: 687
    Page Number: 495
    Line Number: 16
    Film Number: 1020446
    Digital Folder Number: 4236852
    Image Number: 00269 
    Facette, Cyrille Joseph (I14)
     
    211 Lived in Wisconsin in 1905.
    Name: Louisa Facette
    Residence: Superior city, ward 05, Douglas, Wisconsin
    Age: 17y
    Estimated Birth Year: Abt 1888
    Birthplace: Canada
    Relationship to Head of Household: Daughter
    Race: White
    Gender: Female
    Marital Status: Single
    Place of Birth: Parent 1: Canada
    Place of Birth: Parent 2: Canada
    Family Number: 687
    Page Number: 495
    Line Number: 21
    Film Number: 1020446
    Digital Folder Number: 4236852
    Image Number: 00269 
    Facette, Marie Louise Albina (I13)
     
    212 Living in Wisconsin in 1905. Cyril and Albina's family lived nearby.
    Household Gender Age
    Lewis Facette M 42y
    Spouse Mary Facette F 32y
    Child Joseph Facette M 9y
    Child Leo Facette M 8y
    Child Napoleon Facette M 5y
    Child Mary Facette F 4y
    Child Lewis Facette M 2y
    Child Irene Facette F 1m 
    Family F366
     
    213 Living together, 2 houses away from Sophie's sister and brother in-law, M. Louise & Felix Corbeil  Family F403
     
    214 Lois was Louis' illegitimate daughter to a woman he was with for more than 2 years. He refused to marry her claiming he had to put his sister though school. Lois was left for adoption. When Lois’ adopted parents died she searched out her biological mother. Her mother refused to tell Lois her father’s name until she was on her deathbed in 1997. Lois died of cancer. Lois (I1411)
     
    215 Louis, could have been born between 1687 and 1694 without any certainty. His baptism act has never been found. The reason for his placement between François and Michel was because there were an eight year gap between the birth of the last two during when Catherine Laporte could have given birth to many more children. Click on the link at then end of this paragraph for more details. He married Marie-Madeleine Sabourin daughter of Pierre Sabourin and Madeleine Perrier at Pointe-Claire May 21 1716. Louis is one of the first inhabitant of Ile Perrot, island just west of Montreal. Louis Laroque appears in the census done in 1724. He then cultivates a land of 3 arpents ( about 192') of frontage by 18 of which 20 are "ploughed". He has a house and a stable-barn. This piece of land is situated on the south side of point du Domaine in what is commonly called today L'Anse facing Lake St-Louis. His neighbour was Pierre Deschamps (Huneault dit Deschamps). Louis was buried in Oka. His children (Yellow dots on the map) settled around Lake of Two Mountains (Oka, Rigaud, Vaudreuil)

    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~louislarocque/DebutPhilE.htm 
    Larocque Larocquebrune Gachiniac Vachignac, Louis (I2236)
     
    216 Manon Bérubé found the records Source (S89)
     
    217 Manon Bérubé researched this September 10, 2003 Source (S41)
     
    218 Manon B&érubé researched this Source (S90)
     
    219 Manon Bâerubâe [manonberubeedyph@hotmail.com] researched thin index September 10, 2003 Source (S40)
     
    220 Manon Bérubé researched September 10, 2003 Source (S42)
     
    221 Manon Berube researched this kardex, September 7, 2003 Source (S35)
     
    222 Manon's notes on her search for Sophie Source (S58)
     
    223 Margaret died of renal failure uremia due to atherosclerosis renal and congestive heart failure. She also had arthritis and anemia. Reid, Margaret Anna (I77)
     
    224 Maria died during the Spanish Flu epidemic in 1917,she had just given birth to twin boys who also died. The three are buried together
    in Phoenix.Their grave is well marked in the cemetery which is the only remaining evidence of Phoenix,situated near Greenwood B.C,The city of Phoenix was abandoned in 1919 when it was no longer profitable to mine the low grade copper ore. 
    Carloni, Maria (I697)
     
    225 Marie (Caron) had a tragic destiny. Born in Quebec city, she married at 18, got a daughter at 21 (Louise Picard). She was kidnapped a few months later by Hurons, along with four children, and they were all put on a canoe ( 5 Jun 1660). The French settlers tried to stop the canoe by shooting, and Marie was hit in the head. She died four days later at the hospital. - France Caron Caron, Marie (I4533)
     
    226 Marie Claire was married as Clercé Family F406
     
    227 Marie Crevet came as ?fille à marier? in 1637 (before the Filles du Roy got institutionalized!) and married Robert in that same year. - From France Caron Creve, Marie fille à marier (I4537)
     
    228 Marie Florence Rosine Facette: born last Tuesday, baptized October 18, 1873

    Sponsors: Lambert Berthiaume and Marie Facette
     
    Facette, Marie Florence Rosine (I196)
     
    229 Marie Morin is noted as a woman who made major contributions to the formation of this country. She was the first Canadian nun when she was 13 1/2 and later became the first Canadian Mother Superior. Read more about her at http://www.maisonsaint-gabriel.qc.ca/en/musee/chr-25.php
     
    Morin, Marie (I3129)
     
    230 Marie-Louise Paquet is the niece of the Louis Paquet that adopted Boniface Facette Paquet Pasquet, Marie-Louise (I1268)
     
    231 Marriage on October 6, 1869 between Narcisse Facette from this parish, major son of the late Constant Facette and Josette Gagné from this parish on one part, and Josephine Gravel…. Witnesses: Louis St-Jules and Hubert Gravel father of the bride. Family F157
     
    232 married Jared Tozer Aug 3, 1869 Burton, Agnes (I47)
     
    233 Medal Award Record Sergeant Joseph Reid Segeant.Royal Field Artillery of 8 Menzies Road..
    Rank Sergeant, Regti No. L / 4429. Roll RFA / 111 B .Page 2029.
    Medal,Victory and British.
    Date of Enrty therein EM 8/1643.I.V.1636E d or a ?? /15/9/1920
    C C RH and RFA Recs fiells? well of indiv entitled to emblem 20/7/1920 
    Reid, Joseph Fraser (I1513)
     
    234 Milton's Memoirs are found in the history file. Burton, Milton Roy (I27)
     
    235 Milty died in a plane crash 117km SW of San Jose. Milty owned the plane and operated sky diving tours. The plane went down in a storm. One person survived, 5 died. The survivor jumped before the plane crashed. Burton, Milton Melvin (I291)
     
    236 Milty was my mom's first cousin. He was very handsome. He was the only relative who ever visited our family when we lived overseas. Burton, Milton Melvin (I291)
     
    237 Mishikinakwa "little Turtle" Pacanne dit Roy, 1747 - 1812
    Mishikinakwa "little Turtle" Pacanne dit Roy was born in 1747, to Pierre "aquenackqua" Turtle" Pacanne dit Roy and Marguerite (Wanbakiikwa) Roy (born QuabanKiKoue).
    Pierre was born on January 3 1677, in Laprairie Quebec Canada.
    Marguerite was born in 1680, in Micmac (Miasmis) Indian Village Washington USA.
    Mishikinakwa had 12 siblings: Chief Andre P'Koum-Kwa Pacanne, Marie-Charlotte Lamarre (born Roy) and 10 other siblings.
    Mishikinakwa passed away on month day 1812, at age 65.

    https://www.myheritage.com/names/mishikinakwa_pacanne%20dit%20roy

    The dates are not right. Marguerite would have been 67 when she had him. so... 
    Pacanne dit Roy, Pierre (I4236)
     
    238 Mitochondrial DNA T2b3-C151T Cronier, Marie Martine (I3957)
     
    239 Mother listed as head of household in 1881 census Dupuis, Amanda (I1173)
     
    240 mtDNA haplogroup A10
    she was a Filles a Marier 
    Family F1279
     
    241 mtDNA haplogroup A10 -
    A is "one of the 5 mtDNA haplogroups found in the indigenous peoples of the Americas, the others being B, C, D, and X" from Wikipedia 
    Chauvin, Marie (I3661)
     
    242 mtDNA haplogroup A10 - one of the5 indigenous mitochondrial DNA
    she was a Filles a Marier
    How could she be from France?  
    Banne, Marie Gillette (I3682)
     
    243 mtDNA haplogroup J2b1a1 Grenier Garnier, Francoise FN ? (I3171)
     
    244 mtDNA haplotype A10 Boire, Isabeau (I3684)
     
    245 mtDNA HVR-1 Haplogroup - H
    Indicates European descent. Other markers are consistent with people from Brittany, France
    mtDNA HVR-1 Haplogroup H 
    Facette, Marie Louise Albina (I13)
     
    246 mtDNA HVR-1 Haplogroup - H
    Indicates European descent. Other markers are consistent with people from Brittany, France 
    Depocas dit Joanisse, Albina (Marie) (I15)
     
    247 mtDNA HVR-1 Haplogroup - H
    Indicates European descent. Other markers are consistent with people from Brittany, France 
    Vallières, Marie Louise Zoé (I98)
     
    248 mtDNA HVR-1 Haplogroup - H
    Indicates European descent. Other markers are consistent with people from Brittany, France 
    Riton, Marguerite (I2874)
     
    249 mtDNA HVR-1 Haplogroup - H
    Indicates European descent. Other markers are consistent with people from Brittany, France 
    Riton, Marie Marguerite (I2858)
     
    250 mtDNA HVR-1 Haplogroup - H
    Indicates European descent. Other markers are consistent with people from Brittany, France 
    Leblanc, Marie Elisabeth (I2844)
     

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