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Re: Saintonge/St Onge assoc with Gareau
Posted by: Barbara McDonald Date: October 01, 2000 at 20:49:58
In Reply to: Saintonge/St Onge assoc with Gareau by Kristin Grow DeCare of 1963

I have seen the St. Onge name associated with Montreal's very early settlers, in the 1600's. Also, I think as one of early settlers of Detroit. I have seen it spelled as Xaintonge. Sorry to be so vague, but due to computer problems I lost my list of "favorite" web sites, so I'm having to slowly reassemble them. I have been researching an ancestor of my husband's, Nicolas Senet dit Laliberte, who was in Montreal from about 1670-80, so material from that period would be where I would have seen the name. Also, I think a St. Onge may have married a Filles du Roi. If you want me to look further, let me know.

Barbara McDonald


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