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MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Posted: 6 Jun 2002 5:17PM GMT
Classification: Cemetery
Edited: 18 Jun 2004 5:49PM GMT
I recently made an almost complete inventory of the names listed on tombstones in MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE CEMETERY, Mont-Saint-Gregoire, Iberville county, Quebec.

If you are looking for informations on ancestors that might have been buried there, feel free to contact me. May be I can help.

Re: MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Robert Gregoire (View posts)
Posted: 19 Aug 2002 8:11PM GMT
Classification: Query
Since many of the Gregoire's were from Iberville is it possible that they are also buried there? I can be reached at rgregoire@sprynet.com. Thank you.

Re: MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Posted: 5 Sep 2002 3:43AM GMT
Classification: Query
Would you have info on my grand-mother. Her parents were Antoine Dénommé and Marguerite Dénommé of Blue Sea Lake, Qc
Marie-Louise Dénommé was born in Blue Sea Lake ( Church records mentioned Gracefield, Québec) on December 11, 1902. She married Patrick Laporte on December 02, 1919. Patrick was born in Low, Québec the 14 November 1900 and passed away on March 25, 1983 in Hull, Québec.
Marie-Louise left her husband in September 1941 and was last heard of around Easter 1942. She had signed her last correspondence 'Mrs P. Laporte' .We have been searching her whereabouts for many years without any success. If you have any information regarding my grandmother's date and place of deathPlease reply to me directly at mdarlow@attcanada.ca Thanks, Denise Darlow

Re: MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Fernand (View posts)
Posted: 5 Sep 2002 6:25PM GMT
Classification: Query
Bonjour

Sorry !! I can't help. I have none of the names you listed in my database. I keep the name in file and if I ever find her, I will let you know.
Those peoples were from the Hull-Gatineau region, in the western part of Quebec, near the Ontario border. Mont-Saint-Gregoire is 30 mi southeast of Montreal.

Bonne chance, { I wish you the best of luck.}

Re: MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Denise Darlow (View posts)
Posted: 5 Sep 2002 10:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks for looking for my grandmother's name in your file. She lived in Montreal at some point after she left her husband and her parents were married in St-Henri. That is why I thought she might have been buried somewhere near Montreal. I will continue my research. Denise

Re: MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Posted: 6 Mar 2003 11:44PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 May 2006 2:24AM GMT
Surnames: Phenix (Phoenix)
I am looking for cemetary locations around StJean-Iberville. My grandfather had a farm there and I have know my g-grand father was buried there in 1925. Do you have any information?

Re: MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Fernand (View posts)
Posted: 7 Mar 2003 3:24PM GMT
Classification: Query
There are many cemetaries in the area. What is the name of your g-grand father and do you know where he lived ? ex. St-Alexandre, Mont-Saint-Gregoire, St-Athanase, St-Sebastien, Marieville, Ste-Angele-de-Monnoir, Ste-Brigide. St-Jean-sur-Richelieu.

Re: MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Posted: 10 Mar 2003 4:44AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 28 May 2006 2:24AM GMT
Surnames: Phoenix, Phenix, Bonneville
My Grandfather's name was Aldie Phoenix 1878-1963; his father was Damase Phenix 1851-1925 and his father was Louis Phenix dit Dauphinais. I believe the farm was located in St-Alexandre. Most of my father's sisters lived in St-Jean. My grandmother as Anna Bonneville possibly from the Farnham-Stanbridge areas. I am going to visit the area this spring and want to try to narrow the search a little. I greatly appreciate any help you can give me.

Re: MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Posted: 5 Nov 2010 4:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
hello my name is douglas coccaro
my mother is lena delphine barriere her grand mother is delphine lena dubie and i'm tring to find delphine lena
dubie parents...i've been told delphine's mother's name is
tusk qual a lout...she was an american indian...and married a dubie, her tribe may have been cherokee or chicapee or
mohicans, i know that my family comes from mont saint gregoire quebec. my grand father is louis joseph barriere, his father is gregoire barriere his father is etienne barriere jr. i an greatful for ANY info you may give as i have been working on this for a long time and not finding alot of information....i look foward to talking to you and sharing info...thanks again....doug coccaro
my e-mail is makingtyme@comcast.net

Re: MONT-SAINT-GREGOIRE, Quebec.

Posted: 10 Nov 2010 6:53PM GMT
Classification: Cemetery
Surnames: Jeffery
I am looking for the burial of John Jeffery Died in the 1950s following a distinguished career in the Canadian Military. His first wife's name is Christina and his daughter Christina G Jane (Royal)
John was born 20 Feb 1883 Bridport Dorset England
Hope you may be able to help
Regards
Trenuth Seager (Cardiff Wales)
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