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Re: French Canadian McDuff in N.A.
Posted by: Pierre-F. McDuff Date: May 09, 2001 at 04:07:29
In Reply to: Re: French Canadian McDuff in N.A. by Mary McGinn-Devine of 57

Hi Mary.
I have no information on Hugh McDUFF.

I have the name of 2 McDUFF's, who came from the British Isles, during the 18th Century: Daniel and Charles.

Daniel McDUFF (1757-1831), a captain, son of Thomas McELDUFF.

Charles McDUFF (c1762-1834), son of Peter McDUFF and Hannah RUSSELL, who came to Canada around 1780, probably as a british soldier (or mercenary) during the American Revolutionary War (1775-1781). He married a french canadian girl, Marie-Angelique MOURARD-LAFORME, in Cap-Sante,QC on Jan 30, 1787. His descendants are well established, in Quebec, Canada and USA.
Peter and Hannah had married in St.John Church, in Limerick, Ireland, on Sept 9 1749.


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