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Langille 1781, Eastern Canada
Posted by: Elaine Murphy (ID *****7264) Date: July 04, 2003 at 16:11:16
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I think the "Lanchel" should be "Langille" in the following marriage at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Charlottetown, PEI, July 9, 1781. Can you help me with any clues as to who this Catherine Langille could have been:
"Rubeer mrd to Lanchel - Peter Rubeer, Corporal, In His majesty's Independent Companies was married by licence to Catherine Lanchel spinster both of Charlotte Town the ninth day of July 1781" Both of Charlottetown.
Married by Reverend DesBrisay.
PETER ROUBIER, soldier with the disbanded Royal Nova Scotia Volunteer Regiment (raised in CT), was granted land in 1784 on PE.


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