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Brandi Sangunett (View posts)
Posted: 26 Jan 2000 10:02AM GMT
Anyone have any information to share? I am focusing exclusively on this surname.


bill murphy (View posts)
Posted: 25 Mar 2000 4:54AM GMT
wife's gandfather alphonse sanguinet born worc,ma app. 1874 parents ezechiel sanguinet elizabeth comeau both born canada(unknown)


Brandi (View posts)
Posted: 25 Mar 2000 10:01AM GMT
Thank you for the info. Is that all the Sanguinets you have been able to trace in your family?


BILL MURPHY (View posts)
Posted: 15 Apr 2000 8:37PM GMT
EZECHIEL DIED 1/18/1879 @ AGE 37


Brandi (View posts)
Posted: 16 Apr 2000 12:39PM GMT
Thnak yoiu for the Info! I am sure we are related some how but I haven't been able to fill in the blanks. The very first Sanguinet to come to Canada from France was Simon Sanguinet. I have more info about where he came from in France and what the surname means if you are interested.


Louis Sanguinet (View posts)
Posted: 18 Jun 2000 12:03PM GMT
I am interested in researching back from Simon Sanguinet(the first in Canada) trough his father Joseph to other relatives in France.

I'm a descendent of Simon-Charles-Simon-Frederick Paul-etc. (The Saint Louis line.)

Any help you or others can give would be greatly appreciated.


Re: Sanguinet

Posted: 25 Aug 2001 2:27AM GMT
Classification: Query
We also go back to Joseph, my father is Reuben, his father is Reuben (listed here as Ruben). Then back to Charles and Simon.
I too am looking for info going into France.

Re: Sanguinet

Brandi Sangunett (View posts)
Posted: 4 Feb 2002 11:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Sanguinet
Louis and Gary. I haven't logged into in quite a while. Sorry i missed your replyies on the message board.
The fololowing informaiton is what I have about he ancestor's I think we have in common. I am descended from Charles' son Chalres Christopher and his son Felix who changed the spelling of my last name.
The name Sanguinet means fiery and refers to a locality known as "a blood red land" or " a cornel tree plantation".

Joseph Sanguinet is the earliest ancestor I have been able to trace in the Sanguinet line. He was born in France and was a Surgeon Major in Font-les-Bains, Rousillon, France. He was also a founder of a golf club, which is still in existence and located some 170 km south of Paris.

His son Simon was born in France and was appointed as a notary in New France (Canada) from 1734-1747. He married in 1729 and began a family. Two of his grandsons Charles and Ambroise are memorialized for sacrificing their lives in the revolts against the British in 1837 and 1838. The British hanged them for treason in 1838. (I have not been able to trace their connection to Simon in the family tree yet).

Simon's son Charles was born in Montreal, Quebec between 1737 and 1740. He married Veronique Cardin in 1770 and in 1775 moved to St. Louis. After his wife's death in 1779, he married Marie Anne Conde, the daughter of the first surgeon of the city. In St. Louis, Charles was a successful trader and in his business operations had acquired a considerable fortune. On July 14, 1806, he was appointed Captain of the First Company of the Militia of the Territory of Louisiana, District of St. Louis.

Re: Sanguinet

Posted: 18 Nov 2005 4:14PM GMT
Classification: Query
How are you coming along with your search? I am also descended from Simon Sanguinet. I may have some information you don't.

Re: Sanguinet

Posted: 27 Nov 2005 3:46AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Sanguinet, Conde, Nelson, Thoin
Hi Reuben,
Are you by chance related to the Reuben Sanguinet (b. 1874) son of Frederick Sanguinet of St. Louis, Missouri? Frederick was my g-g-grandfather, the son of Simon Sanguinet, also of St. Louis. Simon's father was Charles Sanguinet of Quebec, Canada.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
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