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From: Alain Gariépy <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] [QUEBEC] St. Foye and the people and the battle (KERR)
Date: Sun, 31 Jan 2010 23:35:20 -0500
Fran & Betty
Bourg-Louis is now part of Saint-Raymond, Co Portneuf, QC
Sainte-Foy and Bourg-Louis are about one hour drive apart.
The past actor Glenn Ford was born there (Bourg-Louis)
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From: "Frances LaChance" <>
Sent: Sunday, January 31, 2010 9:32 AM
Subject: Re: [QUEBEC] St. Foye and the people and the battle (KERR)
> I have no idea is this is near St-Foye.
> Abraham Roberts, grocer & widower and Mary Kerr of the James Place, were
> united in holy matrimony by virtue of a special license from the
> Attorney General on the tenth day of November, in the year of our Lord,
> one thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty-Eight, etc
> Betty wrote:
>> A researcher on the KERR Board is looking for information about a Miss
>> and Mr. ROBERTS who married in St. Foye in 1838. Out of
>> I searched "St. Foye" and found out there was a "Battle of St. Foye" in
>> Then I found it mentioned in 2 on-line books about the history of
>> I'm not finding a history of St. Foye, yet; it's probably part of the
>> history of Quebec City. But, there are references on-line to people
>> born there during the late 1600's and marrying there in the early 1700's.
>> I see on this site that what is now Quebec City had major changes during
>> Any comments?
>> Betty (near Lowell, MA, USA)
>> P.S. My KERR ancestors were part of a family-group which arrived in
>> Prov. of Quebec in 1820's, but they settled in Argenteuil County.
>> my 7 years of research on-line, I found out that KERR's arriving from
>> to 1850 settled in 3 different areas of the Province - Argenteuil County
>> and in the Eastern Townships (Richmond and New Port, etc.). I don't
>> remember reading about KERR's in the City of Quebec.
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