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From: Joan <>
Subject: Re: [Q-R] Antoine Miville Deschesnes
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2012 12:20:45 -0800 (PST)
That is my Jean Baptiste and his family. I didn't have the 1852 census, only the 1881 so this is great!
Great idea with the godparents. I'll do that.
Researching BOND, MEAGHER, and PELLERIN in Port Felix, Nova Scotia.
Researching LAFORET and SAAM in Williamsburg NY and Frankenthal Germany
Researching CONNOLLY and McLAUGHLIN in Cty Tyrone Ireland and Ontario Canada
From: from S-J <>
To: Q-R GROUP <>; Bridget Kopetzky <>; ***cousinJoan <>
Sent: Thursday, February 16, 2012 11:51 AM
Subject: Antoine Miville Deschesnes
If you are absolutely certain the marriage record of JB
and Caron in 1848 is your ancestor, then I think we are barking up the wrong
tree (pun intended :-) )with your death record for Antoine in 1856 and related
records for him I found in BMS and posted last night. This Antoine
can't possibly be the father of your J-B.
I have found your JB in the 1851/52
1851/2 census for Montmagny Village, L'Islet Cty, PQ
(surname spelled Dechene) age 27.
Was living with wife Eu? Caron age 24 and 2 children -
Jean-Baptiste age 3 and Emma age 1 -- all born in St. Thomas.
I suggest you try and find church records for their
children to see if any Godparents or witnesses to their marriages were relatives
of Jean Baptiste. There may also be other children born after
I couldn't find them in BMS. It doesn't mean they
aren't there just that I couldn't find them.
BTW I can't find any connection between Jolivet and
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