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Re: Daoust family in Beauharnois Cty - St-Timothee
Posted by: Michel Daoust (ID *****8490) Date: August 26, 2006 at 07:07:02
In Reply to: Re: Daoust family in Beauharnois Cty - St-Timothee by Michele Blackburn of 210


In Fact, back those days, St-Thimothé parish not being formerly established, as it was still "a mission" (1820-1823), priest from Soulanges was coming across the river to officiate.. hence, records held at Soulanges, until parish records opened late 1823... and formal parish erection in 1829.

history of the parish at:

http://www.eglise.st-timothee.rocler.qc.ca/Histoire.htm

Michel


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