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Delphine Lamothe (Joseph-Jean Lamothe & Josephte Vallières) from Canada
Posted by: Cécile M. Barcelo (ID *****4783) Date: July 30, 2008 at 07:32:55
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Hi,
I'm looking for all information about DELPHINE LAMOTHE’s ascendants and descendants (do. Of Joseph Jean Lamothe & Josephte Vallières). Delphine probably born between 1825- 1835. She married William Compton Blackistone (born in 1727 in Quebec city). Their mariage : on 1852-10-18 in Notre-Dame of Montreal, Qc.

William was the son of Robert Blackiston (from England) & Marie Dolier (from France). His parents arrived in Quebec city around 1823 (probably with the 70th regiment of his majesty).

This couple : Delphine Lamothe & William Blackiston had five daughters and a son: 1)-Rebecca (sp. of François Nolin from Quebec), 2)-Louisa (sp. of Normand Alfred Nolin from Quebec), 3)-Bertha Béatrice Blackistone (sp. Of Winceslas Plante from Quebec), 4)-Mary-Emma (sp. of Robert Cuthberston Muir Jr probably from Ontario.), 5)- Élisabeth (sp. of Taschereau Beaudoin), 6)- Robert ???. Some of them stayed in Quebec, but some others moved in Ontario and Maryland (USA) later around 1890.

Many of them had some relatives in Joliette (Lanaudières Qc).

I woul appreciate all informations about this family.

Best Regards
Cécile M. Barcelo
cmbarcelo@hotmail.com
Tel : (450) 656-8023


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