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Re: Dicaire/Risse Marriage
Posted by: Elizabeth Rice-Smith (ID *****0002) Date: February 21, 2007 at 05:41:58
In Reply to: Dicaire/Risse Marriage by judy taylor of 158

I am very interested in your posting, Judy, and glad that you found the piece I wrote for the Edmund Rice (1638) Association newsletter. I have been conducting considerable research over the past seven years, research which has led me to Cecile Anenharisonrisi Risse Visse Dicaire. As you know from your reading, I believe that she is the daughter of Julien Anenharisonrisi Risse Visse and Marie-Angelique, and ... that Julien is the name given to Adonijah Rice who was "captivated" from Westborough, Massachusetts during August, 1704 by Mohawks on a mourning war raid.

I wrote a version of the "Finding Adonijah" piece for a broader readership which will be published by "American-Canadian Genealogist," which is the Journal of the American-Canadian Genealogical Society, during March 2007, in Issue #111, Volume 33, Number 1, 2007.

I am seeking information regarding Cecile's brothers, Louis and Joseph
Anenharison dit Anenharisonrisi dit Risse dit Visse, and would be very grateful if you, in researching the Annenharison/risi, Dicaire, or Dicker
lines have any information about them beyond what I have been able to discover.

Thank you! I hope this posting finds you!
Elizabeth Rice-Smith

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