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Alexandre Caza, Canada, 1791
Posted by: Martine Caza Date: April 30, 2001 at 07:44:08
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Sorry if my english is not good... I'm a french canadian living in Montréal, Québec.

For your information, in 1991, we had a Caza Family party in St-Anicet to celebrate the arriving of the first Caza in America in 1791. His name was Alexander (Alexandre)and he came from France. He hab 10 kids here and as he did a murder and was supposed to be killed for that act, he went to the States to be free. Maybe he was still married, but he took another spouse and had with her many other kids... That's why there is now many Caza in the States... In Québec, many Caza are living at St-Anicet and at Cazaville, near Montréal.


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