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Re: French Speaking French-Canadian Lymans
Posted by: Arthur Jannery Date: February 04, 2001 at 13:38:33
In Reply to: French Speaking French-Canadian Lymans by Armand Rodolphe Fredette of 1041

Hi Armand,
I am also interested in LYMAN in Quebec, Canada. Reason is that numerous of the children from the early JENERY/DEMANGE lines carry LYMAN as a middle name and in a few instances as the given name.

They resided in the Nicolet County area and in the Drummondville area. Wonder if there is a geographical connection between us?

Would be happy to hear more of your quest.


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