2 edition of Richard families of Canada, principally the Province of Quebec, and the State of Connecticut found in the catalog.
Richard families of Canada, principally the Province of Quebec, and the State of Connecticut
Jerome D. Traver
Some imprint information from label mounted on p.  of cover.
|Statement||by Jerome D. Traver.|
|LC Classifications||CS71 .R5122 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 40 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|LC Control Number||90228832|
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the date of arrival of most immigrant families is, unfortunately, not known, but, for those families listed in the census, a space was provided for the year of immigration.
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In Mayabout 40 other families consisting of several hundred Acadians arrived at Quebec from Massachusetts and Connecticut by schooner. Many of the Acadian Exiles, deported inhad civil marriages in the New England Colonies contracted before. Richard Bedford Bennett 03 Jul Hopewell Hill, Albert, New Brunswick, Canada - 26 Jun managed by Canada Project WikiTree Dora (Bennett) Thunen California, United States - 24 Sep Casper Michael Bennett 17 Apr Indiana, United States.
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