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Posted by: Nadeen Date: July 12, 2001 at 07:54:39
In Reply to: Re: How can you tell if you're Metis? by Heather Harris of 396


My family and yours came to America over 350 years ago and settled in the Quebec City area. My branch moved south during and after the Revolutionary War. Away from British controlled Canada, to Northern New York State (Adirondak Mt area) & lived for a time in Eden, Vermont. My Grandmother Elizabeth Patnode moved to Rochester, NY & I live south of Rochester now.
Visit Kelly Townsend's site she has a load of information on the Patenaudes, the various name spellings & more. The site address is:

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