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||"Decede a l'hopital apres avoir recu heureusement et saintement tous les sacrements." ||CARON, Robert (I3442)
||"Engage de M. Antoine Rouillard et apprenti charpentier". ||FAUCHER, Leonard dit St-Maurice (I1072)
||"England and Wales Census, 1911," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:XWH3-DLP : 3 August 2017), Eleanor Christopher, Crossgate, Durham, Durham, England; from "1911 England and Wales census," database and images, findmypast (http://www.findmypast.com : n.d.); citing PRO RG 14, The National Archives of the UK, Kew, Surrey. ||CHRISTOPHER, Eleanor Caroline (I4592)
||"India Births and Baptisms, 1786-1947," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:FGS2-WH7 : accessed 31 March 2016), Henry Cautley, 09 Nov 1854; citing CHR. SIMLA BENGAL INDIA, reference v 86 p 339; FHL microfilm 498,992.|
"Ontario Marriages, 1869-1927," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.3.1/TH-1-159391-577754-55?cc=1784216 : accessed 11 February 2016), Marriages > 1874 > no 1001-2992 > image 32 of 816; Archives of Ontario, Toronto.
||"inhume dans la cimetière des picotes" ||AUGER, Julie (I681)
||"One day, Selina noticed another girl accompanied with her mother, and seeing that the child's shoelace was untied, she called attention to this and immediately stooped down and fastened it. The lady with her was the Duchess of Kent and the girl, Princess Alexandria Victoria, destined to become Queen Victoria." quote from the biography of Canon Christopher. ||CHRISTOPHER, Selina Maria (I2201)
||"Pardevant Romain Becquet Notaire furent present en leurs personnes Jacques Bussiere dit laverdure habitant demeurant en lisle dorléans fils de deffunct Jacques Bussiere et de Jeanne Massonier ses pere et mere demeurant en la ville et archevesché de bordeaux dune part, et Noelle Gossard fille de deffunct François Gossard et de Sulpice Villot se de Paris dautre part.|
"Lesquels de leur bon gré et volonté et du consentement de leurs parens et amis pour ce assembles sçavoir de dame Anne Gasnier veufve de feu Monsieur Me Jean Bourdon vivant escuyer Seigneur de St Jean et de St François procureur général au Conseil Souverain de ce pays, Jacques de Chambly escuyer et Seigneur du lieu Capitaire dune Compagnie du faulne entretenue pour le service du Roy en ce pays Francois de Chaumont et damoiselle Marie Anne du Saussoy damoiselle Marie Prunier Ont fait les accords et promesses de mariage qui ensuivent cest assavoir que led. Bussiere a promis et promet prendre pour sa femme et legitime espouse lad. Gossard comme aussy lad. Gossard promet prendre pour son Mary et legetime espoux led. Bussiere Ycelui mariage faire et sollemniser en face de Nostre mere Ste Esglize Catolique aspostolique et romaine le plustost que faire ce pourra et quil sera advisé et desliberé entre eux leursd . parents et amis sy Dieu et Nostre mere Saincte Esglise y consentent et accordent pour estre leds. futurs conjoints ungs et communs en tous biens meubles acquests et conquests immeubles du jour de leurs espousailles a ladvenir suivant la Coustume de Paris ne seront lesd. Futurs Conjoints tenus aux debtes lun de lautre faictes et crees avant le futur mariage ainsy sy aucuns y a seront payées et acquittées par celluy qui les aura faictes et crées et sur son bien, sera douée la ditte future espouse du douaire Coustumier ou de la some de Trois cent Livres Tz. De douaire prefix pour un fois payer au choix de lad. Future espouze yceluy douaire a prendre et avoir sur le plus beau et plus clair des biens dud. Futur espoux qui en a presentement chargez et hipotheques, et a le dit futur espoux pris lad. Future espouze avec tous ses droits noms raisons et actions quelle a de present et qui luy pourront escheoir sy apres tant par succession donation quautrement, Et en oultre led futur espoux a recognu et confesse que lad. Future espouze luy a apporte et mis en commmunauté jusqua la somme de Trois cent livres tz. Dont la moitié entrera en la ditte Communauté et laultre moittié luy sortira nature de propre a elle et aux siens de son costé et ligne et en oultre la somme de cinquante Livres tz. Que Sa Majesté luy a donnée en considération de son mariage qui luy sortira aussy nature de propre a elle et aux siens effancs procrees dycelluy lesd. Futurs conjoints se sont faicts et font donation lun a lautre entrevifs en la meilleure forme et maniere que donnation puisse avoir Lieu et sortir effet en tout son contenu de tous et ungs chacun les biens meubles acquets et concquets immeubles qui ce pourront trouver leur appartenir au jour et trespas du premier mourant sans aucune chose en reserver ny retenir pour par le survivant du tout faire jouir et disposer ainsy que bon luy semblera au moyen des presentes. Et pour faire insinuer sesd. Presentes partout ou il apartiendra dans Quatre mois d'huy suivant l'ordonnance lesd. Futurs Conjoints ont nommé et eslu pour leur procureur general et special le porteur desd. Presentes auquel ils donne pouvoir de ce faire et den requetit acte Car ainsy promettant obligeant chacun en droict soy renonceant Faict et passe sud. Quebecq maison de lad. Dame Bourdon Lab gbi soixante onze avant midy le septiesme jour doctobre en presence de Jean Bapsite Gossset et de Jean Marnay demeurant aud. Quebecq tesmoins qui ont signe a ces presentes avec lesd. Futurs Conjoints Amis et notaire suivant lordonnance."
||"United States Census, 1850," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:S3HY-6S5Q-K53?cc=1401638&wc=95RX-449%3A1031311001%2C1032801201%2C1033164001 : 9 April 2016), Massachusetts > Norfolk > image 62 of 73; citing NARA microfilm publication M432 (Washington, D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.). ||GINGRAS, Pierre Cleophas (I701)
||"urbanity of manner and friendly disposition will cause him to be long remembered and regretted in a very wide circle of friends and acquaintances." Gentleman's Magazine 1817 ||CHRISTOPHER, Captain Henry H.E.I.C.S. (I2313)
||** Histoire et Généalogie des Acadiens vol. 3. Beaubassin et Grand-Pré, Ottawa, 1978, Édition Leméac Inc. Pages 1981 à 1313 ||DAROIS, Jean (I3675)
||1071-74 Joseph CANTON, 36, baker, of Kingston, s/o Peter & Julia, married Mary BUSSIERE, 26, of Kingston, d/o Antoine BUSSIERE & Mary DOLITTLE, witn: Peter DUFRESNE & Antoine BUSSIERE, 23 April 1874 at Kingston|
Source: Frontenac County Marriages - 1874; http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~maryc/front74.htm
|BUSSIERE, Marie Eleonore (I1443)
||1647 - engage des Jesuites. ||BADEAU, Jacques (I1012)
||1666 Census has Mathurin as a "travaillant au mois" (basically a casual worker paid by the month). Jeanne Francoise is noted as being married, with her husband being in France. |
They were married at the chapel in Beauport.
||1680 - servituer de Rene Robineau. ||AUGER, Pierre (I3057)
||1750-81 Arthur HARMER, 30, custodian, Stroud? - Gloucestershire England, Ottawa, s/o Frederick William & Elizabeth, married Ellen ROBINSON, 26, Nepean twp., same, d/o Nelson George & Grace Bell Scott ROBINSON, witn: Marian & Willie Morell HARMER of Ottawa, 1 Jan 1881 at Nepean twp |
Source: 1881 Marriages - http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~maryc/1881new.htm
|ROBINSON, Ellen (I587)
||1834 to 1843 - Lived on Grove Street, Fisherrow, Musselburgh, Scotland. Manufactured herring nets.|
Emigrated to Canada sometime between 1843 and 1845.
Purchased John LeBreton's mills at Britannia.
It is a curious coincidence, that in 1834, Mr. NG Robinson an English gentleman who has been for some time resident in this parish without any communication with Mr. Paterson also completed a similar invention differing however in this that his machinery forms a knot of quite another description. He has already six looms in operation and meditates a considerable extension of his manufactory. He has also erected a machine for spinning and at this and the present number of looms 23 hands are employed and 14 tons of hemp annually manufactured. Source: THE NEW STATISTICAL ACCOUNT SCOTLAND by The Ministers of the Respective Parishes under the Superintendence of a Committee of the Society fro the Benefit of the Sons and Daughters of the Clergy; VOL 1 List of Parishes - Edinburgh; William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh and London, MDCCCXLV (1845).
About 1834 Mr NG Robinson an English gentleman who had been resident for some time in the parish succeeded in a similar invention without having any communication with Mr Paterson It differed in the mode of forming the knot and thereby escaped the patent Mr Robinson continued the manufacture of nets for some time here and we believe net making under his patent is at present in operation somewhere about Greenock. Source: History of the Regality of Musselburgh with Numerous Extractions from the Town Records by James Paterson; Musselburgh, James Gordon, 15 Bridge Street, MDCCCLVII, (1857).
As reported in the "Ottawa Advocate & Packet" - "A public meeting was held at Doran's (Dorion's) Hotel on Tuesday, Decemebr 1st, 1845, and on the motion of Augustus Keefer - seconded by William Stewart that Nelson G. Robinson be called to the chair - to consider the following motion: That application be made at the next session of the Provincial Legislature to incorporate a Company to be called "The Bytown and Britannia Railroad Company", with the usual powers and privileges."
9 October 1851 - Bytown and Prescott Railway - Turning the First Sod
The building of the first railway created a great deal of interest in Bytown and the Bytown Packet of 11 October 1851 carries this account of the ceremony to turn to first sod.
"On Thursday last, the 9th instant,was witnessed the very novel, and to the people of this section of Canada, most interesting ceremony of breaking ground on the line of the Bytown and Prescott Railroad. The day was as beautiful as could be desired, and an immense concourse of people were congregated to witness the proceedings. Between three and four o'clock in the afternoon the Procession, in the following order, formed in front of the Railroad office in Rideau Street, and from thence proceeded down Sussex Street to the place selected for the important operation:-
His Worship the mayor and Members of the Town Corporation.
Directors and Officers of the Railroad Company.
The Hon. Mr. Justice Burns and the President of the Railroad Company.
The Sheriff of the County and other Officials.
The Grand Jury.
Cadets of Temperance, in Regalia.
Sons of Temperance, in Regalia.
The President of the Company delivered an address, and then taking the spade proceeded to break ground, and tossed the first sod in first-rate style, amid the shouts and cheers af assembled thousands.
Justice Burns addressed the audience, congratulating them upon the prospect presented of so great and desirable an undertaking being carried forward. Judge Armstrong being called upon, congratulated all present on the occasion of breaking ground, in commencing a work of so great importance; and in a short but very happy and humorous speech, referred to some of the advantages that would result from it. G.B. Lyon, Esq. M.P., next spoke, complimenting the taxpayers, who had assented to their Municipality subscribing largely on behalf of the enterprise. They were all shareholders indirectly, and were interested in its success. Speaking in the open air, or on the subject of Railroads was not his field, and Railroads were not his politics. He wished the undertaking success.
The President returned thanks to the Sons of Temperance, complimenting them in the highest terms; which was replied to on the part of the Sons and cadets by Mr. Hewitt.
The Sons presented a highly creditable appearance both as regards numbers and respectability - and we were particularly pleased with the interesting and fine dsplay made by the cadets.
Mr. Bell, Mr. Robinson and Mr. Friel being called upon, addressed the audience, and the proceedings closed.
Precisely at 7 o'clock a large party of gentlemen of the town sat down to dinner given by the President and Directors at Doran's. To say that the dinner was at Doran's is a sufficient description of the of the manner in which it was got up, and of the excellent quality of the viands - to state that it was got up in Doran's best style is to say all we can in praise of the eatables and wines. The President of the Company, Mr. MacKinnon, presided - supported on the right by Mr. Justice Burns, and on the left by Captain Ford, Royal Engineers. The Mayor of the town acted as Vice. On the removal of the cloth, after ample justice had been done to all the good things, toasts were given from the chair.
(There then follows a description of the toasts.)
A number of jovial songs were sung in the course of the evening by different members of the company, and that heartiness and good humour which the best of champagne and wines of every description, together with the auspicious events which the Company met to celebrate, were calculated to inspire, prevailed throughout."
1851 Census - "Nelson G. Robinson and his wife Grace lived in a frame house. Occupation - carding mill and factory, three employees with 250 pounds invested, and attending sawmill, both water-powered, two employees with 200 pounds invested. 1500 yards manufactured of his own cloth, 1400 yards of flannel."
1860 to 1861 - Deputy Reeve of Nepean. - At a special meeting of the Nepean Council on August 14, 1860, Nelson was authorized to make necessary preparations to meet the Prince of Wales (later King Edward VII) when in Ottawa. The Prince of Wales laid the cornerstone of the first Parliament Buildings in Canada.
1861 - Chairman and secretary of the Union Church.
1862 to 1863 - Reeve of Nepean.
In March 1875, at the time of his wife Grace's death, Nelson George lived on Richmond Road.
A Brief History of Britannia Heights/Queensway Terrace North
The story of our community begins along the south and east sides of the early thoroughfares in the area. Originally part of Nepean Township, the community began growing along today's Pinecrest Road, Richmond Road and Carling Avenue. This, the oldest part of the community, was part of Britannia Heights, a community located on the high ground overlooking Britannia Village.
Public records show that in 1879 our community was titled to four individuals. They were William Hughes, W.R.Bell, N.G.Robinson and James Magee.
Source: Queensway Terrace North Community Association http://www.qtn.ca/Community/OurHistory.asp
1881 Census of Canada has the widowed Nelson George living with three of his children (Albert, Sarah and Grace).
Census Place Nepean, Carleton, Ontario
Family History Library Film 1375867
NA Film Number C-13231
Page Number 17
Household Number 84
January 27, 1883
The masquerade ball given by the Manistee Turnverein at German Hall last Friday evening was one of the most notable social events of the season. Over 225 couple were present, and a right merry time was had by all. The Turnverein boys never do things by halves.
Mr. N. G. ROBINSON, Sr., father of N.G. ROBINSON, of this city, arrived in Manistee Thursday evening (January 18, 1883) from Ottawo city, Ont., and will hereafter reside here. He is accompanied by his two daughters, Misses Sara and Emma, estimable young ladies who will be a valuable acquisition to the society of the young people of Manistee.
ROBINSON, Nelson George Sr.
Will dated 28 Sep 1889. Executors are son George Robinson of Quebec and Margaret Robinson Harmer. Witnesses are: Albert Walkley & Thos. Oglethorpe. Died 31 Aug 1893 at Manistee. Family includes: Mary E. Locke of Woodbridge, Ontario; George Robinson of Quebec; Christopher C. Robinson of Hartlepool?, England; Henry C. Robinson of Glenlevit, Prov. Quebec; Frances I. Robinson of Chiss_ Mall, England; William T. of Desselronto, Ontario; Edward Robinson of LaCeller?, Quebec; Margaret harmer of Onekama; Charles Robinson of Brittannia, Ontario; Sarah A. Robinson of Manistee and Grace E. Robinson of Manistee. (MANISTEE COUNTY PROBATE COURT
RECORD OF WILLS V. 5 1881-1894 p. 505 FHL Film # 0945568)
|ROBINSON, Nelson George (I550)
||1845 - Medical degree - University of St, Andrews. |
1845 - Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, England. Licence Society of Apothecaries, London.
November 9, 1858 - Registered at the Medical Registration Office, 32 Soho Square, London, England.
August 26, 1873 - Registered as a Medical Practioner, New Zealand.
1882 - Resident at Nelson, New Zealand.
Source: New Zealand Gazette - 1882 - Register of Medical Practioners.
|SEALY, William Byers M.D. (I2230)
||1851 Census suggests he was born in 1842. ||DORAN, James (I566)
Year: 1881; Census Place: St Pierre Ward, Québec City, Quebec; Roll: C_13211; Page: 2; Family No: 7
Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1881 Census of Canada [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009.
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Images reproduced by courtesy of Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa, Canada.
Original data: Canada. "Census of Canada, 1881." Statistics Canada Fonds, Record Group 31-C-1. LAC microfilm C-13162 to C-13286. Library and Archives Canada, Ottawa. http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/census/1881/Pages/about-census.aspxl.
|TURCOT, Narcisse (I90)
||50 East North Temple Street |
Salt Lake City, Utah 84150
||9 Jul 1856 footnote 175: Caroline Robinson (1826) Job James Bulman of Coxlodge. Caroline was the daughter of George Robinson (father of William R and James Septimus Robinson) of Hendon Lodge, Sunderland. George's mother was Elizabeth Dixon, daughter of James Dixon, a coal fitter of Great Chilton. George Robinson founded the wine business which later became known as Bramwell & Robinson at 13/14 Church Street. Source: Lewis Carroll Diaries: 1 January 1856 to 31 December 1856. Published in 1994 by the Lewis Carroll Society as Volume 2, 156 pages. ISBN-10: 0 904117 07 3, ISBN-13: 978 0 904117 07 3. ||ROBINSON, Caroline (I3798)
||A coal fitter by trade. ||DIXON, James (I3803)
||A double wedding as his sister Marie-Marthe married Maurice-Michel Jean on the same day. Catherine Ferland's sister, Marie-Anne was married to Paul's brother Francois. ||Family F35
||A double wedding, as her brother Paul married Catherine Ferlant the same day. ||Family F34
||À l'hôpital de L'Enfant-Jésus, le 14 avril 2006, à l'âge de 69 ans, est décédé Monsieur André Côté, époux de dame Thérèse Gingras. Ingénieur retraité de Travaux Publics Canada, fils de feu Ernest Côté et de feu Permélia Trépanier. Il demeurait à Québec. Il laisse dans le deuil, outre son épouse, ses frères : Joseph (Doreen Charest), Jean-Marie (Thérèse Gosselin) ; ses beaux-frères et belles- s?urs : Georges et Pauline Contrasty, Yves et Pauline Gingras, Joan Gingras (feu Guy) (feu Claude), Raymond et Françoise Gingras, Dr John et Jacqueline Wetz ; ses filleuls : Pierre et Richard ; sa nièce : Johanne ; ses neveux : Daniel, Steve, Michel, Louis et Bruno Côté et leur conjoint et conjointe ; ses fidèles amis : Réal Fortier, Marc et Marie Garon, Lyne et Jim Canzi, Marie-France Giguère ainsi que plusieurs neveux et nièces, cousins et cousines et ami(e)s. Les visites auront lieu au complexe funéraire : Lépine-Cloutier 975, avenue Marguerite-Bourgeoys, Québec Heures de visites Vendredi 14:01 à 17:00 19:00 à 22:00 Samedi 09:00 à 10:30 Les funérailles auront lieu le 22 avril 2006 à 11 : 00 en l'église Saints-Martyrs Canadiens rue Père Marquette coin avenue Murray, Québec Des remerciements chaleureux à l?équipe d?hématologie pour leur grand dévouement et soutien. Toute notre gratitude au personnel des soins intensifs pour leur compassion, chaleur humaine et professionnalisme. Notre reconnaissance aux Dr Jacques De Lean, Dr Pierre Leblond et Dr Serge Dumas. Toute marque de sympathie peut se traduire par un don au Fonds S.V.P. Thérèse Gingras-André J. Coté, Centraide Québec, 101-3100 avenue du Bourg-Royal, Québec (Québec) G1C 5S7, tél. : 418-660-2100 ou tout autre organisme de votre choix. ||COTE, Andre (I2066)
||À sa résidence de Neuville, le 27 octobre 2006, est décédée dame Colette D?Auteuil, épouse de feu Joseph-Robert Turcot. Elle demeurait à Neuville.|
Le service religieux sera célébré le samedi 04 novembre 2006 à 11h00 en l?église St-Dominique, 175, Grande Allée Ouest, Québec et de là au cimetière Belmont.
Elle laisse dans le deuil ses enfants : feu Charles-Guy (Gilberte Guimont), Marie, Jean-Robert (Marthe Arseneault), Joseph Edwin (Marthe Reimnitz) ; ses petits-enfants : Éric, Julie, Philippe et Robert Turcot, Patrick, Lydie, Ruth-Elizabeth et Mireille Lépine, Anne-Andrée et Claire Alexie Turcot ; ses 9 arrière-petits-enfants ainsi que plusieurs neveux, nièces, cousins, cousines, parents et ami(e)s.
|D'AUTEUIL, Collette (I1465)
||Abraham Martin arrived in Nouvelle France on the sailboat Le Sallemandie at Tadoussac on August 30, 1620. He was a Royal boat pilot. He arrived with Louis Hebert.|
On February 15, 1649, he is imprisoned, having been accused of having relations with a sixteen year-old native girl.
|MARTIN DIT L'ECOSSAIS, Abraham (I218)
||Advocate au Parliament, Paris, France. ||CUGNET, Francois-Etienne (I2890)
||After graduating from McGill University, he spent a five-year internship in New York City. Upon returning to Montreal, he served as Superintendent at the Montreal Children's Hospital. Later, he served as Head of Pediatrics at St-Mary's Hospital in Montreal. ||BUSSIERE, Dr. Henri Charles Edward (I1362)
||Also noted as Bidon. ||JOBIDON, Marguerite (I1028)
||Also noted as Grenier. ||GARNIER, Francoise (I1620)
||Although family records have indicated that Bridget was born in 1863, the 1881 Census notes her as being 16, therefore she would have been born around 1865. Her sister Mary Jane is noted as being born in 1863. Parish Registers sourced from Institut Drouin confirm that she was born in November 1862 in Montreal. ||BARRY, Mary Bridget (I32)
||At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. ||TURCOT, Therese Marguerite (I1492)
||Anastasia Connolly-Bogue signed as a witness at George and Margaret's wedding (possibly her maid-of-honor). Other witnesses were John Roache and Mary Fitzpatrick.|
Extract from the register of St-Colomba-de-Sillery Church:
"Marriage 12 - G. Robertson & Marg. O'Brien
On the sixteenth of June, one thousand eight hundred and fifty eight by virtue of a dispensation granted by the Very Reverend C. F. Cazeau, Vicar General of this diocefs for the purpose of withdrawing the prohibition of the church which prevents George Robinson protestant of the parish of Quebec, the son of age of Nelson George Robinson and of the late Caroline Christopher of Bytown on the one part and Margaret O'Brien of this parish, the daughter of age of the late Patrick O'Brien and of Mary Roache of this parish on the other part from contracting marriage with one another, and a dispensation of publication of abnns having been granted by the above Vicar General, no other impediment to their marriage having been discovered, we the undersigned parish priest received their mutual consent of marriage in the presence of John Roche and of Ann Roche, Anastasia Bogue, Mary Fitzpatrick, Mary McInenly and Eliza Robitaille undersigned with the bride and groom, two words between lines good.
Margaret O'Brien (signature)
Geo. Robinson (signature)
Anastasia Bogue (signature)
Mary Fitzpatrick (signature)
Mary McInenly (signature)
Anne Roche (signature)
Eliza Robitaille (signature)
Jno Roche (signature)
P.H. Harkin P.P."
||Andree Remondiere was a "Fille du roi", as was her mother Renee Riviere (she married Mathurin Croiset). ||REMONDIERE, Andree (I52)
||Ann's second cousin was Lord Alvanley, a celebrated wit of the time. ||TATHAM, Ann (I575)
||Anne came to Nouvelle-France as a Filles du Roi. She had been previously married and widowed in France to Gregoire Hisse. She had a dowry of 300 pounds. ||RIVET, Anne (I1575)
||Anne was a "Fille du roi" and arrived in Nouvelle France with a 350 pound dowry. ||LANGLOIS, Anne (I1135)
||Anne was a "Fille du roi" and arrived witha 350 pound dowry. ||GUILLAUME, Anne (I2478)
||Anne was a "Fille du roi" and is noted as having remarried on November 7, 1663 (Adrien Blanquet). ||LEMAITRE, Anne (I842)
||Anne was a "Fille du roi". ||LAGOU, Anne (I751)
||Anne was a "Fille du roi". ||COLIN, Anne (I3261)
||Anne was a "Fille du roi". ||LAISNE, Anne (I3294)
||Anne was a "Fille du roi". ||DEQUAIN, Anne (I3455)
||Anne was a Fille du roi and arrived with a 350 pound dowry. ||LE ROY, Anne (I3703)
||Anne was a Fille du Roi. She arrived with a 500 pound dowry. ||METRU, Anne (I3724)
||Antoine is buried in the family plot at Cote-des-Neiges Cemetery B418. ||BUSSIERE, Antoine (I33)
||Antoine was a shoemaker and soldier. ||MARTIN DIT MONTPELLIER, Antoine (I2849)
||Antoine was an "aubergiste" (innkeeper). He was head cook for M. De Callieres. ||LECOMPTE, Antoine (I222)
||Antoinette was a "Fille du roi". ||MEUNIER, Marie-Madeleine Antoinette (I1238)