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Hélène Marie (Thomas) Sockalexis (1860 - 1882)

Hélène Marie Sockalexis formerly Thomas
Born in L'Isle Verte, Temiscouata, Quebec, Canadamap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 29 Nov 1878 in St. Joseph's Church, Oldtown, Mainemap
[children unknown]
Died at age 22 in Old Town, Penobscot County, Mainemap
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Hélène was the daughter of Thomas Nicolas and Angélique Thomas. She was born on May 1, 1860 and was baptised the following day in L'Isle-Verte.[1] The baptism record indicates that they were members of the Township Viger First Nation. The Viger Maliseet community is the only Maliseet community in Quebec. It has access to a territory located in the Whitworth Township, close to Rivière-du-Loup, and to a tiny lot in Cacouna, making it the smallest aboriginal reserve in all of Canada.

The 1861 Canada Census shows "Helene" at one year of age.[2]


  1. Baptism Marie Hélène Thomas
  2. 1861 Canada Collections

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