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From: Stephen Charles Eno <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] STE-ANGELIQUE, Papineau Co - Church Records & History
Date: Wed, 03 Apr 2002 00:28:57 -0500
I can find no mention of a North Nation Mills in Papineau Co. or anywhere
else in Quebec.
There was a Baptist church funded in Thurso, Papineau Co., in 1862. There
are BMD records for the years 1862-1908 on microfilm at the National
Archives in Montreal and at the Salle Gagnon in Montreal. The other two
Baptist churches in Papineau Co. were founded in the 1890s.
Stephen Charles Eno
Researching Enaud/Henault dit Canada and allied families
> From: "Wendy Ward" <>
> Date: Tue, 02 Apr 2002 22:45:37 -0500
> Subject: [Q-R] STE-ANGELIQUE, Papineau Co - Church Records & History
> Greetings to all,
> Hopefully someone will be able to help me this time. I've just found my
> gggrandfather ANDREW RYAN and his family on the 1881 census at
> Ste-Angelique, Ottawa (?), Quebec. In 1871 he had been working at North
> Nation Mills, Quebec as a shipper and Ste-Angelique is just a short distance
> away so he still may have been working in the lumber business.
> The family were Baptists and I've read that there was a Baptist church
> supposedly built in North Nation Mills in 1871. Does anyone know where I can
> find records for Baptist parishioners in Papineau Co.? Also does anyone know
> anything about Ste-Angelique? Its history, what type of industry it had,
> etc. I've tried finding information on the web but there is nothing there.
> Thanks for your help.
> Thornhill, Ontario
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