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    51 aged 26 Dupuis, Rose (I514)
     
    52 Also on the same page is the baptism of Mary daughter of Duncan Robertson. The sponsors include John Doddrige and Mary Mowat. Duncan is likely Jane's brother. Doddridge, Jane Almira (I1048)
     
    53 Andre has been a wonderful source of inspiration and knowledge for tracing the Facette lineage. he was the first person who was remotely interested in my genealogy quest. Thank you, Andre.  Bouvier, Andre Xsiste (I1027)
     
    54 Anne Lagou, married Pierre Vallière; 2nd marriage Rémi Dupil, was a Filles du Roi according to this site
    http://www.metis-history.info/french21.shtml 
    Lague Lagou, Marie Anne (I1923)
     
    55 arrived in Canada from France in 1662 with his wife Francoise Garnier and daughter Jacqueline 3
    from ancestry.ca catalog of immigrants 
    Family F766
     
    56 Arthur did not appear in the 1911 Canada Census with Ernest family in Bow Island and probably died prior to the Census. He was in his early twentiies when he died. - from Dennis Francis
     
    Nelson Neilson Nilson, Arthur Frederick Otto (I3727)
     
    57 Attestation Paper
    Canadian Over-Seas Expeditionary Force
    Leo Doddridge
    Born 21 June 1872 New Richmond Quebec
    next of kin - Miss Almira Doddridge, New Richmond Quebec
    Trade Engineer
    Signed on July 7, 1915
    Found by Helen Kominek

     
    Doddridge, Leo (I1632)
     
    58 August 5, 1689 was the date of the Lachine massacre. According to wikipedia 1500 Mohawk warriors attacked the 375-inhabitat settlement of Lachine Chancy, Marie (I3322)
     
    59 August 5, 1689 was the date of the Lachine massacre. According to wikipedia 1500 Mohawk warriors attacked the 375-inhabitat settlement of Lachine Presseau Chambly, Michel (I3321)
     
    60 August 5, 1689 was the date of the Lachine massacre. According to wikipedia 1500 Mohawk warriors attacked the 375-inhabitat settlement of Lachine Nadereau, Francoise (I3456)
     
    61 Aunt Phyllis was one of my Grandma's favorite sisters. Francis, Phyllis (I1390)
     
    62 b. 11 Jan 1655 Quebec - no source LeFrancois, Marie Madeleine (I2036)
     
    63 Became a US citizen on Dec 2, 1877 in Warren Co. Facette, Olivier (I1092)
     
    64 BIOGRAPHY: As told by my aunt Lois 'Margaret's parents died when she was young. She emigrated to Canada with 2 of her brothers George and Alexander. Joe stayed in Scotland. Margaret was quarantined for 1 year in Halifax. She later began work with a doctor and trained to become a midwife. She moved out west on her own.'

     
    Reid, Margaret Anna (I77)
     
    65 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. McLeod, Duff Burton (I279)
     
    66 BIOGRAPHY: I was told they put Grandma Joanis in a canoe when she was very old, so she could cross the lake to go and visit some relatives.  Vallières, Marie Louise Zoé (I98)
     
    67 BIOGRAPHY: In 1861 Fanny was a servant on the farm of Christian Montgomery. After her marriage she and her husband lived for a time near Bonaventure. The family moved away after 1871 and left no trace. Burton, Frances (I218)
     
    68 BIOGRAPHY: It is believed she worked for many years as a governess in the palace at St. Petersburg. Schnell, Margaretha (I607)
     
    69 BIOGRAPHY: It was said Grandpa Jonas was a mean man. One tale states that he bit the ear off a donkey in anger. Depocas dit Joanis, Jean Baptiste (I97)
     
    70 BIOGRAPHY: One of Grandpa Neilie's sisters got pregnant from a priest. Cullie (Cullin) attacked the priest, stripped him and left the priest naked in the town square. The town's people went after Cullie. Cullie gave grandpa Neilie his clothes and Neilie ran and caught a train. The people chased Neilie. When they caught Neilie, they realized it wasn't Cullie and Cullie got away.

    BIOGRAPHY: (from Ian Machlachlan)"An interesting note on Cornelius Burton your Great Grandfather, He and "Monnie" ran the hotel in Waterways in the 1920's and were rememberd by the pharmasest Walter Hill who ran Hill Drugs from the early 20's to the his retirement when Ken Hill took it over. The city asked Walter to name the streets in the new section of town and he named Burton Estates after your Great Grandfather. Not very much rememberence but what the heck how many people do you know that have streets named after them." personal correspondence, July 14, 2003) 
    Burton, Cornelius (I12)
     
    71 BIOGRAPHY: Ray wrote two books on my Aunt Sis' ancestry. The "Burton's of Black Cape and their Descendents" and "The Facettes of Burtonsville and Brightband Alberta and their Descendents".

    BIOGRAPHY: In their retirement years, Ray and Aunt Sis travelled through Quebec and researched the ancestry. Ray was ashamed of Aunt Sis' native blood and did not record or even hid any facts that could support her native bloodlines. Throughout the Burton book Ray simply omitted native names and did not pursue the bloodlines of that branch of the family.

     
    Martin, Raymond M. (I293)
     
    72 BIOGRAPHY: There is a family story about Nicholaus's parents moving to Sarepta for several years in order for some to work in a mustard plant that was established there by a German investor. Within a few years the family returned to Norka.

    DEATH: Nicholaus bled to death on November 23, 1904 as a result of a head wound he received while cutting timber. 
    Schnell, Johannes Nicholaus (I610)
     
    73 BIOLOGICAL PARENTS UNKNOWN. AT THE AGE OF FOUR,HE WAS HIRED AS A SERVANT BY LOUIS PAQUET WHO ADOPTED HIM. Paquet Boniface Fasset, Boniface Francois (I718)
     
    74 Born before parents marriage Löf, Johan Severin (I1153)
     
    75 born: August 15, 1820; age: 91, 1 month 2 days.
    parents: JB & Marie Roy 
    Depocas dit Joanis, Jean Baptiste (I97)
     
    76 Brad's obituary http://www.mail-archive.com/nsroots@ednet.ns.ca/msg08947.html

    POTTS, Bradford Kent - 47, Nictaux, passed away suddenly on Wednesday, May 13, 2009, in the Halifax Infirmary, QEII. Born in Halifax, May 12, 1962, Brad loved life and was a generous, much-loved husband, friend, son, brother, uncle and boss. Brad started in the grocery business at an early age at Wades, becoming owner and manager of Foodland in Middleton and eventually manager of Sobeys in Greenwood. He took great pride in his work and all his employees, former and present staff at Sobeys. Brad loved his time at Lake Pleasant. As a seasonal camper for over 40 years, he enjoyed his campfires, charcoal wieners, taking kids for tube rides and a spirited game of crib with friends. He was an avid Montreal Canadiens fan, was a goaltender for many years and enjoyed being outdoors golfing, snowmobiling, four-wheeling and boating. Brad was very proud of his family and friends. He is loved and sadly missed by his wife, Ginny (Burns); best friends and faithful companions, Ryely and Fergie; parents, Lois and John, Belleville, Ont.; brother, John (Heather) and nephew, Grant, Packingham, Ont.; sister, Sara, Guelph, Ont. He will be greatly missed by good friends, Paula and Rod, Kevin, Angela and Garrett. Brad was predeceased by his grandparents, Ray and Helen Francis. "Mr. P" was loved by his extended family and friends. 
    Potts, Brad Kent (I420)
     
    77 c. 1742: Between 1742 and 1759, concessionaires establish themselves on the land to be identified later as Como, Hudson and Hudson Heights. Family names such as Castonguay, Farand (dit Vivarais)--today spelled Pharand--Pilon, Larocque (dit Rocquebrune), Léger (dit Parisien), Séguin (dit Ladéroute), etc., appear for the first time in the area. Many of these families were former residents of the fort at Oka (La mission du lac des deux montagnes).
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    Lake of Two Mountains
    A history timeline of Vaudreuil, Hudson, Ste-Marthe
    and Ste-Madeleine de Rigaud areas
    http://www.hudsonhistoricalsociety.ca/node/139 
    Family F687
     
    78 c. 1742: Between 1742 and 1759, concessionaires establish themselves on the land to be identified later as Como, Hudson and Hudson Heights. Family names such as Castonguay, Farand (dit Vivarais)--today spelled Pharand--Pilon, Larocque (dit Rocquebrune), Léger (dit Parisien), Séguin (dit Ladéroute), etc., appear for the first time in the area. Many of these families were former residents of the fort at Oka (La mission du lac des deux montagnes).
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    Lake of Two Mountains
    A history timeline of Vaudreuil, Hudson, Ste-Marthe
    and Ste-Madeleine de Rigaud areas
    http://www.hudsonhistoricalsociety.ca/node/139 
    Family F687
     
    79 cannot find her birth records, but this is where her siblings were born Roy, Adélaïde (I485)
     
    80 Carmélite nun near Callander.  Facette, Jaqueline (I1196)
     
    81 Carrie was a home child from England. My mom told me that Carrie was adopted like a daughter and treated very well. Lyle and Mary Anderson, the witnesses at her wedding were likely the family that took her in. Volpe Butler Anderson, Caroline (I1139)
     
    82 Catholic Faith, handicraftsmand from Austria Afterroth town, arrived in Norka Colony on 15 August 1767. He was one of the original settlers of Norka. Spadÿ, Johannes (I886)
     
    83 Charles was the godfather to Sophie Illegitimate - perhaps my Sophie Dupuis Menard, Charles (I1075)
     
    84 check the source for after date Gaudry, Jacques (I3136)
     
    85 CHRISTENING: Godfather: Alfred Joanis
    Godmother: Eloise Labelle

    When Monnie was 13 she worked as a servant for Jean & Angelina Moreau in Ottawa city. My mom thinks this is funny given that Monnie was not very dilligent in her domestic chores. I wonder who got her birthday wrong. The census says she was born in December, not August. 
    Facette, Marie Louise Albina (I13)
     
    86 CHRISTENING: mother is called Arthemis Argimbal Facette, Arthur (I519)
     
    87 CHRISTENING: Sponsors: Jean-Baptste Joanisse and Louise Valliere Facette, Louis Cyrille Eugene (I55)
     
    88 CHRISTENING: Sponsors: Lambert Berthiaume and Marie Facette Laplante, Eugène (I491)
     
    89 Click here to see (1) and (2)
    These images were kindly given to me by Mark Newton. 
    Source (S53)
     
    90 Constant Facette: died on 24 and buried on 26 of January, 1863, aged 52 years old.
    Husband of Josette Gagné
     
    Facette, Constante (I200)
     
    91 Constante
    Josephte Gagnier 
    Facette, Pierre (I445)
     
    92 Date from death source Nelson, James Ernest (I564)
     
    93 DEATH: Died of diabetes in Monnie's home. My grandfather remembered him. When he died there was nothing left of him, he was so skinny. Facette, Joseph Albert Telesphore (I209)
     
    94 DEATH: died young Hardy, Jane (I372)
     
    95 DEATH: died young of smallpox Steele, Martha (I356)
     
    96 Denise sent Denise_Brouliard_1.doc in an email on Jan 22, 2004. This is her research on the Facettes. Source (S70)
     
    97 Denise sent me this information in an email January 27, 2004 Source (S71)
     
    98 Depocas Jean-Baptiste Roy Adelaide 1821
    (JB and Robert Marie-Claire) (JB and Rocbrune Jos) Rigaud 
    Family F152
     
    99 died at 24 years old Caron, Renée (I1085)
     
    100 Died from the Spanish Flu Moldenhauer, Otto Gerhart (I298)
     

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