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Janot / Jeannot spelling variations ?

Janot / Jeannot spelling variations ?

Posted: 23 Sep 2000 2:49PM GMT
Edited: 9 Sep 2004 8:20PM GMT
Does anyone know why the spelling of the Janot name changed to Jeannot? Also what does "dit Lachapelle" mean after the name. (as in Robert Janot dit Lachapelle)

Janot dit LaChapelle

Brad LaChapelle (View posts)
Posted: 13 Oct 2000 2:29PM GMT
Are you also descendant? It is a very long story why the name changed. In short, Marin.. son of Robert Janot was recruited by the french government to go to Canada to help fight against the Iroquois indian attacts in Montreal. He had to change his name and chose a town he grew up in, in France. If you are a descendant please contact me as I have alot of information and I know other descendants that have done extensive research.

My line of Janot dit Lachapelle

Posted: 13 Oct 2000 9:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Sep 2004 8:22PM GMT
Surnames: Janot, Janotte, Jeanot, Jeannot, Jeannotte, Lachapelle
Robert Janot was my 9th great grandfather.
This would be the line:
Robert Janot
Marin Janot dit Lachapelle
Robert Janot dit Lachapelle
Jean baptiste Janot
Isadore Jeannot dit Lachapelle (1736)
Isadore Jeannot dit Lachapelle (1792)
Elidore Jeannot
Adlolph dit Peter Jeannot
Clara Jeannot (my great grandmother)

Email me if you'd like
Barbara
queenbee1025@yahoo.com

Isidore date correction

Posted: 14 Oct 2000 5:07PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Sep 2004 8:23PM GMT
Surnames: Janot, Janotte, Jeanot, Jeannot, Jeannotte, Lachapelle
The second Isidore Jeannot dit Lachapelle date is the marriage date not birth.

Here's my line?

Brad LaChapelle (View posts)
Posted: 16 Oct 2000 4:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Sep 2004 8:31PM GMT
Surnames: Janot, Janotte, Jeanot, Jeannot, Jeannotte, Lachapelle
Barbara,

My line as follows:

Robert Janot
Marin Janot dit LaChapelle
Pierre
Jean-Baptiste
Jean-Baptiste
Jean-Baptiste
Joseph
Francois Xavier
Arthur Napoleon
William Lawrence
Then me....


Will be in touch.

Distant relative

Posted: 25 Oct 2000 8:51PM GMT
Edited: 23 Feb 2003 5:29AM GMT
It seems we are related from way back. Look forward to hearing from you.

"dit" names explanations and web links

Marie (View posts)
Posted: 23 Dec 2000 3:14AM GMT
Edited: 9 Sep 2004 9:30PM GMT
The following sites explain ‘dit names’

A very good explanation:
http://hometown.aol.com/GFSJudi/dit_names.html

Another good one:
http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/lwjones/dit.htm

Explanation of ‘dit’ names:
http://www.francogene.com/quebec/ditnames.html

A list of family names with the ‘dit’ name:
http://www.scarolina.com/the-french-canadian-connection/name...

‘Dit’ names applied to the whole family. Its use stopped early in the twentieth century,although a few kept them longer. My great-grandmother who died in 1966 still referred to her ‘dit’ name: Montpetit dit Potvin. Don’t let anyone tell you that they HAD to take ‘dit’ names. They didn’t. Sometimes they took the extra names themselves, sometimes it was given to them by others - to describe their physical appearance, their origin, or
their personality, etc.

Marie

Joseph Janot (Jeannotte) dit Lachapelle m. Susan Zoe Prenevault (Pronovost)

Posted: 6 Jul 2002 1:36AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Feb 2005 4:28AM GMT
Surnames: Janot, Janotte, Jeanot, Jeannot, Jeannotte, Lachapelle, Bedard, Prenevault, Pronovost
I am a descendant of the Jeannotte dit Lachapelle line that settled in New Hampshire. Except that my GGG-grandfather David Jeannotte moved to Manitoba with this wife Marie Henriette Bedard in 1882. I haven't been able to go back further than David's parents. They were Joseph Jeannotte and Susan Zoe Prenevault married about 1848 in either Québec or possibly Vermont. Do you know anything about this family.
Roger Ouimet

Question - re: Montpetit dit Potvin

roger alfred ouimet (View posts)
Posted: 31 Oct 2002 2:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Sep 2004 9:32PM GMT
Surnames: Montpetit, Potvin
I noticed that you said your grandma was a Montpetit dit Potvin. My grandma also was from this family. Do you mind sharing your grandma's part of the Montpetit dit Potvin tree? Who was her parents and grandparents?
Thanks. Roger

Malvina Lachapelle daughter of Narcisse ~ from St-Francois du Lac, Trois-Rivieres area

Dan Haley (View posts)
Posted: 15 Jul 2003 8:19PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 22 Feb 2005 4:28AM GMT
Surnames: Lachapelle
Hello! One of my maternal great-Grandmothers was Malvina LaChapelle (father: Narcisse), and she claimed to have been from the St. Francois du Lac/Trois Rivieres area of PQ. She may have been Native. What can you tell me about her surname that the general surname histories can't? Please respond via my e-mail account: balder@excite.com. thanks!
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