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Re: searching for information about Langille's from Pictou County Nova Scotia
Posted by: Bob Langill (ID *****4044) Date: July 25, 2011 at 04:27:48
In Reply to: searching for information about Langille's from Pictou County Nova Scotia by Michelle Booth of 327

You are part of the Louisville Langille's, descendants of Jean-Louis Langille & Mary Margaret Perrin.

David Fairweather Langille was the son of David Langille & Elizabeth Fairweather, both born in Louisville, River John.

re David Fairweather: birth certificate on-line at NS Vital Stats

marriage certificate on-line at NS Vital Stats (David Fenwick Langille)

in River John, Pictou Co, N.S. in 1901, 1911 census

death certificate on-line at NS Vital Stats

David Fairweather Langille's father was David Langille, b. Jan 15, 1830 in Louisville, River John. He married 3 times.

farmer in Louisville

marriage certificate on-line at NS Vital Stats

from The Times , Moncton, N.B. on December 29, 1882 : m. At residence of bride's father, 21st Dec., by Rev. D. MacKenzie, David LANGILLE, River John, Pictou, N.S. / Christy SUTHERLAND d/o William SUTHERLAND, Loganville.

in River John in 1871, 1881, 1891 census
lived with his son David Fairweather Langill in R.J in 1901


both 2nd & 3rd marriages in Presbyterian Witness, 1848-1887, name spelt LANGILL.

sells part of property to school in 1868

David was the son of David Langille (Apr 18, 1803- Sep 29, 1889) & Catherine Patriquin, of Louisville.
the Deacon

in River John in 1871, 1881 census

son John Mitchell has family bible.

buys property in 1852, sells to children in 1871

David was the son of John Lewis (Jean Louis) Langille (1775- Sep 17, 1860) & Mary Margaret Perrin

spelt LANGILL

Lewis settled on the outskirts of River John in 1791. This region was later called Louisville. He is the ancestor of the Langill's from this region.
Lewis was born in Tatamagouche and moved to River John (Louisville) in 1792. He was granted this land by the King George III of England on February 23, 1815.

he sold land to his sons, beginning in 1840 to son William & James and to other sons in 1842, including deed to son John

You may follow the family tree database on Karen Marshall Langille family website at http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~langille/



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