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"ETI" 1861 Census


ETIEMA  ETIENNE 

ETIEMA 1861 census on480 page 042 line 33  @ca.on.nipissing_district section 6 film C1091 lds0390225 "comprising all the unsurveyed territory lying Westerly of the Levayea Rapids on the Ottawa, to Lakes Temiskaming and Nipissing, and Southerly to the Petawawa, and Westerly to its most Westerly lake"
33 JOHNSTONE Robert m 32 Ont Free_Presb lumberman
34 REGUT Louis m 30 Que RC labourer married
    not member of family according to 1861 census column 16
    residence Sorel
36 ETIEMA Joseph m 26 Que RC labourer
37 LARACHET Pierre m 25 Que RC labourer
38 HICKEY Pierre m 20 Que RC labourer
    not member of family according to 1861 census column 16
    residence Sorel
39 VALLEE Maxwell m 30 Que RC labourer married
    not member of family according to 1861 census column 16
    residence Sorel
40 TREPANNIER Joseph m 20 Que RC labourer
    not member of family according to 1861 census column 16
    residence Sorel
41 LAMOTHE Collan m 22 Que RC labourer
42 LAMOTHE Felix m 25 Que RC labourer
43 LANGE Olivier m 20 Que RC labourer
44 SAINT_MARTIN Narcisse m 22 Que RC labourer
45 DEBELOIS Charles m 40 Que RC labourer married
    not member of family according to 1861 census column 16
    residence Sorel
46 TUCKER Ralph m 30 Que RC labourer
47 BASNET Thomas m 30 Que RC labourer married
    not member of family according to 1861 census column 16
    residence Hawkesbury
    also linked as BAZINET
48 BEGGS James m 22 Ont Free_Presb labourer
49 BOURDURO Pierre m 20 Ont RC labourer
    not member of family according to 1861 census column 16
    residence Hawkesbury
50 PAUL Serele m 25 Que RC labourer
    Serele in census more likely Cyrille
    Enumerator's remarks column 60 for lines 33-50: These men are employed by Robert JOHNSTON making timber on the Amable DUFONT. I have entered their names as one family and have arranged them as to their permanent domicile as correctly as possible. A considerable quantity of furs is caught by the men in the different chantiers. This is most commonly sold to runners who scour the woods for the purchase of fur."
    indexed 2008 by Eric Gendron of Verner Ont

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ETIENNE 1861 census qc224 page 255 line 22  @ca.qc.huntingdon_county.saint_anicet film C1282 lds0517378
22 ETIENNE Francis m 54 Que RC French labourer married
23 ETIENNE {?} Tercille f 40 Que RC French married
24 ETIENNE Batiste m 2 Que RC
25 ETIENNE Francis m 1 Que RC French
26 PARISIEN Benj' m 50 Que RC French farmer married
    listed as married but no entry for wife
    Saint Anicet census research by John Allan of OGS Sudbury Branch

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