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Re: Coulon in canada gong to Illinois
Posted by: Darlene Coolen (ID *****1464) Date: September 17, 2003 at 07:09:51
In Reply to: Re: Coulon in canada gong to Illinois by Marilyn Coulon Putman of 102

Hello! I've been reading the various message boards re Coulon as I am a descendent of Coulons who arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1752 from Montbaillard, France. The two new arrivals were Pierre Coulon (who settled in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia) and Jean Coulon (who moved elsewhere) -- it is unknown whether they are related (they arrived on two different ships in 1752. Research groups in Nova Scotia have been unable to trace these two individuals to a specific location in France (just the Montbaillard area) so any information you may have accumulated in your own research would be greatly appreciated!

Darlene Coolen (the Coulon name was anglicized to Coolen around 1800)
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

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