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A Founding Mother in New France
A Founding Mother in New France
Francoise Garnier and Noel Langlois in New France 
 
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A Welcomed Addition
A Welcomed Addition
Francoise Langlois and Pierre des Portes 
 
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An Infant Emigrant
An Infant Emigrant
Marie-Helene Desportes and Guillaume Hebert 
 
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Ancient Provinces, Communes and Departments of France
Ancient Provinces, Communes and Departments of France
Page explains the history of locations in France and shows the relationship between the ancient parishes and provinces and todays communes, departments, and regions. 
 
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Antoine Roy dit Desjardins and his Descendants
Antoine Roy dit Desjardins and his Descendants
Antoine Roy dit Desjardins and his Descendants, in France and Canada written by Pierre Le Clercq and translated by Ken Roy to English and included here with permission of the author. 
 
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Augustin Roy and the American Revolution
Augustin Roy and the American Revolution
The image was scanned from Father Georges Desjardins, s.g. Antoine Roy dit Desjardins (1635-1684) and His Descendants which indicates that Augustin Roy lost his captancy for helping the Rebels (Americans) 
 
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Augustin Roy dit Lauzier's role in the American Revolution
Augustin Roy dit Lauzier's role in the American Revolution
Extracted from Father Georges Desjardins, s.j.'s book Antoine Roy dit Desjardins (1635-1684) and His Descendants, on page 152, the passage talks about Augustin's role in the American Revolution.  
 
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Baronet Vasquez, Indian language interpreter
Baronet Vasquez, Indian language interpreter
from Louise Barry's book, The Beginning of the West, Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West 1540-1854, page 54 
 
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Baronet Vasquez, Kansa Indian agent
Baronet Vasquez, Kansa Indian agent
from Louise Barry's book, The Beginning of the West, Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West 1540-1854, pages 132-133 
 
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Benito Vasquez and Antoine Roy fur traders
Benito Vasquez and Antoine Roy fur traders
extract from Louise Barry's book, The Beginning of the West, Annals of the Kansas Gateway to the American West 1540-1854, page 38-39  
 
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Carignan-Salières Regiment
Carignan-Salières Regiment
The Carignan-Salières Regiment was dispatched by the King of France to Québec in 1665 to help protect the new colony against the Iroquois. 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Guillaume Pelletier (1598 - 1657)
Guillaume Pelletier (1598 - 1657)
Additional information on Guillaume Pelletier and his family 
 
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History of Cap-Saint-Ignace (External Link)
History of Cap-Saint-Ignace (External Link)
Note this site is in French 
 
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Joseph Ossany Nadeau
Joseph Ossany Nadeau
Article published in the St John Valley Times in 1998 in conjunction with the Nadeau Family Reunion. 
 
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Joseph Ossany Nadeau and Marguerite Abraham's Marriage Contract
Joseph Ossany Nadeau and Marguerite Abraham's Marriage Contract
Marriage Contract before Notary Pierre Duquet on 5 November 1665, extracted from the Memoires de la Société Généalogique Canadienne-Française, Volume XV No 2, Avr-Mai-Juin 1964, page 168-169. 
 
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Joseph Roy and Modeste Pelletier (External Link)
Joseph Roy and Modeste Pelletier (External Link)
Descendant of Joseph Roy and Modeste Pelletier on the Manitoba Desjardins web site 
 
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King's Daughters (Filles du Roi)
King's Daughters (Filles du Roi)
The King's Daughters (Filles du Roi) were women sent to the New France by the King to help populate the colony. 
 
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My Roy Ancestors
My Roy Ancestors
My Roy Ancestors in the St John Valley, Kamouraska, Quebec, Canada, and Joigny, France  
 
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Nadeau Town Founders in the St John Valley
Nadeau Town Founders in the St John Valley
José Nadeau was one of the first settlers in (La Grande Decharge) Fort Kent, Maine and Sifroid Nadeau was one of the first settlers in Eagle Lake, Maine. 
 
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Nadeau Who Served in the Military
Nadeau Who Served in the Military
Nadeau family members who served in the Military through the ages. 
 
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Old place names in Acadia
Old place names in Acadia
The names of places in Acadia where some of our ancestors lived, and the current location names where you might find that area on a map today. 
 
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On the Plains of Abraham
On the Plains of Abraham
Marguerite Genevieve Langlois and Abraham Martin on the Plains of Abraham 
 
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Pierre Desportes - First History
Pierre Desportes - First History
A brief history of Pierre Desportes on Many Roads web site 
 
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Pierre Michaud dit Michel
Pierre Michaud dit Michel
Text is from "Our French-Canadian Ancestors" by Thomas J. Laforest, Vol II, pages 159-167 
 
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Pierre Michaud's trail in Canada
Pierre Michaud's trail in Canada
Pierre Michaud's trail in Canada shows the different sites where our ancestor lived during his life 
 
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Pierre Micheau, His Life in New France
Pierre Micheau, His Life in New France
Pierre Micheau, His Life in New France on the Michaud Family Association web site 
 
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Pierre Miville and Charlotte Maugis
Pierre Miville and Charlotte Maugis
Additional historical facts on Pierre Miville and Charlotte Maugis 
 
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Robert Caron and his descendants
Robert Caron and his descendants
Robert Caron and his descendants published as part of the Chronicles of Some of the First Families of Quebec 
 
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Roy Family Reunion Reflections
Roy Family Reunion Reflections
My reflections on the Roy Family Reunion held in conjuction with the Acadian Festival in Madawaska, Maine on July 1-3, 1994. With corrections on the letter from Bibliotheque Municipale de Joigny (Joigny Public Library) provided by Monsieur Pierre Le Clercq. 
 
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Saint-Jean parish in Joigny, France. (External link)
Saint-Jean parish in Joigny, France. (External link)
Note that this site is in French 
 
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The Françoise Grenier Myth
The Françoise Grenier Myth
Article debunks the myth that Françoise Grenier was a métis 
 
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Vietnam Map
Vietnam Map
Vietnam Map from 19 Feb 1968 edition of Bangor Daily News saved by Mom. Popups show where troops were located and where relatives and friends served.