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pierre favreau (View posts)
Posted: 31 Aug 2000 11:12PM GMT
my parents have done extensive research on the favreau name. we live very close to the canadian border and have visited many gravesites. if you are looking for favreau's from that region please contact me. we were able to go back to france, but there our search ended. if you have any info please let me know

Marguerite Favreau

Milton S. DeLair (View posts)
Posted: 22 Oct 2000 11:44AM GMT
My Great Great Grandfathers' Grandfather is Antoine Renaud dit Deslauriers who married Marguerite Favreau in Boucherville March 4, 1773 the daughter of Pierre Favreau and Appoline Senecal.

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Julie (View posts)
Posted: 22 Oct 2000 1:02PM GMT
Could you please tell me who Pierre's parents were and if he had any siblings. I believe his parents may have been Nicholas and Cahterine Picard or Marie Meunier. If you can give me more information also descendant of Antoine and Marguerite. Thank you in advance.

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Milton s. DeLair (View posts)
Posted: 22 Oct 2000 2:50PM GMT
Unfortunetly, i do not have any more details om the maternal side. my investigations were in the Renaud dit Deslauriers where I discovered Favreau in my lineage.

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Rose (View posts)
Posted: 3 Nov 2000 6:37AM GMT
You said your family has done research on the
Favreau family tree. I would really appreciate
any help you could give me. I've been trying
to trace my father's side of the family for
quite some time but haven't had much luck.
Please e-mail me at gauthier@together.net
Thanks, Rose
Posted: 6 Nov 2000 5:44PM GMT
Edited: 22 Sep 2001 2:36AM GMT
What region of France your Favreau's are from ?
I have some Favreau in my own family, that is from Vendee (the ancient "Bas-Poitou").

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Ted Milson (View posts)
Posted: 12 Nov 2000 3:27AM GMT
Hello Pierre, I am very interested in your research. My father was Edgar J. Fevreau from the Tweed area. I think he was born in a place called Actionlite Ontario. My mother divorced him when I was six months and my step-father adopted me and they changed my name but I am still a Fevreau. My e-mail is emilson@yesic.com. Thanks, Ted.

location in france

julie (View posts)
Posted: 16 Nov 2000 11:07PM GMT
What I know is that Pierre Favreau was a soldier and he came from some place called des Lauriers.

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julie (View posts)
Posted: 16 Nov 2000 11:10PM GMT
I'm not familiar with the spelling Fevreau, but I'm sure you are related some how. The research we have done is in Quebec Canada, but if we could find a connection to Ontario we should be able to tie it in. Do you have any more information? You can email me at birdsoden@aol.com

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Ted Milson (View posts)
Posted: 18 Nov 2000 10:13PM GMT
Hello Julie, Thanks for the reply.
I have not gone as far back as I would like. I have only gone back to 1880 or so. I noticed a Ambrose Fevreau from Prescott Ontario listed in the 1871 census and I think he is a relative. My father said many times that his full name was Edgar Ambrose Shannon Fevreau. I am still trying to find the Shannon but I think the Ambrose Fevreau from 1871 census was a grandparent. I am trying to get a copy of the census record so that I can tie him into my family. That is where I am ay right now. Ted
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