Like what was stated in many places now, it is over, there is no money to be had. I made my full statement on what I was told in another area of this Geneology Forum.
I am an Urbain Tessier dit Lavingne relative.
I will be again digging out the details so I can show how fit in. For the immediate my maternal Gt. Grandfather was Leo Chester Cunningham, who fought in both WW1 and WWII, his son my grandfather John Harold Cunningham.
Back in the Great so and so relative to my Gt. Grandfather - one of the Tessier dit Lavigne females married a Mohawk aboriginal man, son of a Chief.
One Gt. Auntie to my Gt. Grandfather, as you will read in my other on this site comments lived at Notre Dame Cathedral and I have had this by phone, years ago confirmed.
The other Auntie who married the Aboriginal Chief's son waiting for him at Lavigne, Quebec till the day she died. My Gt. Aunt, my Grandfather's sister who is still living swears that she used to have a picture of this Gt. Auntie sitting in a rocking chair knitting and that she had very long braids that hit the floor. My brother actually has in his posession that lady's siler brush/mirror set with a lank of one of her braids that was cut off at some point.
Please, please stay in contact family is very important to me.
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