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Surnames and Places
Cumberland and Colchester counties in Nova Scotia - Adshade, Barnes, Bowser, Dobson, Irving, Moore, Morris, Seaman/Simmons/Simmonds
Kent and Westmorland counties in New Brunswick - Armstrong, Bowser, Irving
Argenteuil county, Quebec - Cook, Crawford, Howes/House, Prophet, Spink/Spinks
Simcoe, Dufferin, Waterloo and Wellington counties in Ontario - Devlin, Lloyd, Hassan, Moran, Myers
Portage La Prairie, Brandon, Winnipeg and Brokenhead in Manitoba - Dunn, Irving, Kryszczuk/Kreszczuk/Krischuk, Lloyd, Podwysocki
Saskatchewan - Daniluk, Lloyd, Wakulicz/Wakulich
The Kootenay region, British Columbia - Moran, Myers
Galician (Ukrainian/Polish) immigration to Canada in the early 1900s
Homesteading in Saskatchewan, and the Northwest Territories (pre-1905)
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Erin is a Wiki Genealogist following these tags:
- The earliest Breen I have traced in my line is Thomas Breen, born about 1885 in County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
- Daniluks of Swinarzyn, Ukraine and Saskatchewan, Canada.
- Searching for the parents of Mary Devlin, born about 1829 in Ireland, married William Lloyd in Ontario in the 1850s. She may be related to the Samuel Devlin family of Albion, Peel, Ontario.
- Dunn families of Ontario and Manitoba, particularly descendants of James Dunn and Eliza Cullum of Minto.
- Kryszczuk, Krzyszczuk, Kryszczok, Krischuk, Kryschuk, Kreszczuk and other variants in Galicia, Poland, Ukraine, and Canada.
- Wakulicz/Wakulich in Galicia, Ukraine, Poland, and Canada.
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On 15 Oct 2017 at 08:53 GMT Isabelle Rassinot wrote:
The French Roots project is embarking on a review/clean-up of Catherine de Baillon's ancestry. There is a free-space page here. Can we move forward and post a G2G? Sorry for the delay as Catherine does not have the Filles du Roi template but the Quebecois one...
On 26 Aug 2017 at 00:27 GMT Michèle Calonnec wrote:
I would like to join the "Filles du Roi" project. There are many in my grand'children's ancestors and tonight I came across two of them that are not identified as such: Marie Langlois & Catherine Moitié; I have posted a comment for the two profile managers as I did not know the correct procedures; can I make changes ? how do I label them as "Fille du Roi". Please be kind enough to let me know.
On 3 Aug 2017 at 01:39 GMT Michèle Calonnec wrote:
Since my grandchildren have many "Filles du Roy" as ancestors I would like to get involved. Many sources already exist for info but I do not know the best way to include them. http://www.migrations.fr/700fillesroy.htm being one of them. Michèle
On 22 Jul 2017 at 11:00 GMT Terry Priddle wrote:
I would expect anyone altering data to contact the source of origin first. Thanks a lot.
On 20 Jul 2017 at 18:03 GMT Evelyn (Wilkins) Mills wrote:
She married Rene Reaume Who is my Ancestor on my Mother;s side. My mother's maiden name is Reaume. Marie Valerie Chevreau migrated from France to Canada, and married Rene Reaume on Oct. 29th 1665,in Silllery,Canada,Nouvelle-France. Marie Valerie Chevreau was orphaned by the age of 12, immigrated to the Nouville France as a "Filles di Roe".
On 17 Jul 2017 at 16:31 GMT Shawn Clement wrote:
I just came across your Filles Du Roi group, i have in my lineage arriving in Quebec. I would love to join the group if there is still room.
On 10 Apr 2017 at 18:51 GMT Maggie (Arseneault) Morris wrote:
On 1 Apr 2017 at 21:54 GMT Shirlea Smith wrote:
I would like to join the Filles du Roi project. I am descended from 4 of these brave ladies Cheers Shirlea
On 25 Feb 2017 at 18:46 GMT Tim Stanley wrote:
On 16 Feb 2017 at 17:34 GMT James LaLone wrote: