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From: "Deidre Dagner" <>
Subject: [Q-R] RE: Moscow, Canada East abt 1830
Date: Sat, 6 Dec 2003 21:56:53 -0500
In-Reply-To: <011701c3bc58$e80520e0$a8684ed8@mshome.net>


Thank you so much for that information. Although I have a reply that says
there really is a place called Moscow - in Ontario - at 44'26" _ 76'48 N.W.
known as Huffman Settlement, I do feel that your reply makes more sense. All
the other ancestors are from that (St. Hyacinthe) area.

Thanks,
Deidre

-----Original Message-----
From: Richard Graveline [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, December 06, 2003 7:28 PM
To: Deidre Dagner;
Subject: Moscow, Canada East abt 1830


Hello:

I feel like I am part of a quiz show when it comes to answers about Moscow,
Canada East. I
suspect that a couple of the answers did not take the time line into effect.
I submit the
following
as an explanation to where Moscow was/is. It was datelined from Montreal
March 23, 1879 and
written by "S. M.". I have no clue who "S.M." is. All I have is a copy of
the newpaper
article.

"..., according to a statement in the Journal of March 15, was born on
the banks of Black
River, fifteen miles from Mosco, Canada. I know well the position of the
place, though was
never at the precise spot. La Riviere Noire - Black River - empties into
the Yamaska at St Pie,
about eight miles above St Hyacinth, which stands on the banks of the latter
river. The place
he calls Mosco is none other than St Hyacinth, which was often called,
thirty years ago by
people in the vicinity, Maska, - contraction from Yamaska and corrupted by
English speaking
people into Mosco...".

Of course the writer of the original query should try the other suggestions
but I do believe
that the above holds the answer to the original query.


richard graveline
Georgia



> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Deidre Dagner" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, December 05, 2003 3:34 PM
> Subject: [Q-R] GUIOT, GUINOT, GUILLOT, Moscow, Canada East abt 1830
>
>
> > Do any listers have any information about Victoria GUIOT (var. GUINOT,
> > GUILLOT, etc.), born in Moscow, Canada East? She was married 11/21/1853
in
> > Charlotte, Vt to Louis SEARS (var. Cyr) and died before 1876. From her
> > marriage date, I guess she would have been born abt. 1829-1833. She was
of
> > childbearing age when she died, her last child was born in 1875.



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