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Carignan dit Duclos or Duclos dit Carignan
Posted by: Gislaine Carignan (ID *****8352) Date: December 15, 2008 at 11:02:31
In Reply to: by Gerard B. Carignan of 158

I am the daughter of Paul-Arthur Carignan and Réjeane DeLafontaine from Trois-Rivières, Quebec. The family name changed from my great-grandfather, and became only Carignan. In fact the french name was Duclos. I tought that Carignan was added because François Duclos was from the "Carignan Soulières regiment" I can't confirm that, the list of soldiers is not complete. and the wedding date with Jeanne Cerisier in november 1665 does'nt fit the arrival of the regiment. In 1771 I think.

I'm interested on exchanging informations. My tree as been made by Drouin Institute, in 1975. It goes from me to the father of François Duclos dit Carignan in France.

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