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Re: DIT names associated with SEVIGNY
Posted by: Ingrid Yurchenco Date: January 23, 2000 at 08:05:51
In Reply to: DIT names associated with SEVIGNY by Marie Snaith of 341

Dear Marie
It seems that the original settlers gave themselves nickname, "dit" names. Frequently this appears to have been done when the surname was a place name. For a detailed explanation, go to Norm Brunette's site at
I have found Associated Geneologist's site a great resource for Sevigny dit Lafleur research,particularly Guy Audoir de Valter's section:
Finally, for a biography of the first Sevigny dit Lafleur (in French) go to:
Good Luck
Ingrid Lafleur Yurchenco


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