Hi, so glad to hear from you Dale. I was up in New Brunswick in mid Oct and rode down the St John River valley from Perth to Woodstock and was hoping to get to the Archives were you have left your research I believe, but you have answered my question about John Peter Levesque. I tried to look at the catholic church records (?) on ancestry last year and find a plausible person from River-de-loup but could not. Have you made any father back connections? Someone said he might be part indian? heard of this at all? (I am definitely part indain on my fathers side of the family).
On the little's all I can add, if that, is in Robert Searle's pamphlet (full of errors)he says the Littles moved to limestone around 1880 +_ I see Caribou you have listed. And they the whole gang, littles, searles, levesques etc. were all farmers and or particullarly cutting trees. Some of them lived around Moose mountian on the Canadian side of the border (there is a Moose mt on the US side also). Certianly the records have John Peter moving all around it seems. There is a picture of him standing with Susan in some large field somewhere in Canada. -Tom S.