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Gamache roots/La Famille Gamache

Monique Gamache (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jan 2000 2:05PM GMT
I have in my possesion the Gamache family tree from 1st generation Nicolas Gamache married Elizabeth Cloutier married Nov. 9, 1676 at Chateau Richer..Son Nicolas--all the way to 8th generation Alphonse Gamache married Emilda Fortin, 26 April, 1890 at L'islet 9 Children.. I am 12 Generation and have information for the missing 3 generations.

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Terry Morin (View posts)
Posted: 23 Jan 2000 8:53PM GMT
You would not by chance have a Zenide Gamache in your family tree, her birthdate was May 1851, she married a Joseph Miron Sr. and lived in Delta county area of Michigan.

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Monique Gamache (View posts)
Posted: 24 Jan 2000 8:16AM GMT
So sorry Terry, no one by that name. All info that I have are branches in Canada, prov. of Quebec.

Marcel Gamache Anne Lord

Posted: 3 Mar 2000 11:35PM GMT
Edited: 18 May 2003 4:37AM GMT
Hi,
looking for Marcel gamache Anne Lord line
From St Damasse, Qc
Their son Antoine Gamache ??? Lebel were my niece and nephew grandparents. I am in the process of making a family tree for them.
Thanks, any information would be greatly appreciated.
C Parent parentcarolle@hotmail.com

nicolas gamache's family

lori dickson (View posts)
Posted: 25 May 2000 9:46PM GMT
I have information on the Gamache family, from today's date back to 1650. I show a Nicolas Gamache who married Elisa-Ursule Cloutier on Nov 9, 1676 at Chateau Richer, sounds like the same one. let me know if you need any info.

Gamache

Posted: 3 Jun 2000 8:42PM GMT
Edited: 7 Sep 2002 7:22AM GMT
If it is possible, looking for information on a
Stanilos Gamache, born at L'islet abt. 1840 who
married a Florin Mornos. They had at least
two children named, Theodorr born St. Eugene
1868 and a Joseph born L'islet abt 1872. Any
information would be appreciated. Thanks

Nicolas Gamache

Lori Dickson (View posts)
Posted: 13 Jun 2000 5:03PM GMT
were any of nicolas and elisa's sons named pierre?

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J. Burrill (View posts)
Posted: 24 Jun 2000 9:31PM GMT
Dear Monique, I was startled to see your name , since I have a neice that has the same name. My brother is decended from William Gamache of Manchester NH. He has been to a village des Gamaches in France, but there were no more Gamaches left. He also has been told that there is another village des Gamaches some where in France, as yet he has not had the opportunity to pursue it.

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Monique Gamache (View posts)
Posted: 25 Jun 2000 5:49AM GMT
I am a decendent of Nicolas Gamache Lamarre. He was born in France in 1636. He was the son of Jacques Gamache and Jacqueline Cadot.
He arrived in Canada in 1652 with his brother, Jacques and sister, Genevieve. His parents were originally from Saint Illes-la Ville in the diocese de Chartres Ille De France in France.
For 15 years Nicolas Gamache was a fur trader in Upper Canada (now Laurentians). In 1670, he received a parcel of land from his brother-in-law, Julien Fortien. Julien Fortien, at the time, was Master of Belle Fortaine and Co-Lord of La Cote de Beaupre et Ille de Orleans.
Nicolas Gamache was later given a large tract of land at Lislet, at which time his land holdings grew to be immense. At that time in history, he was known as the first Lord of Lislet which was a large Colony in New France (Quebec). The events took place in the time of Jean Talon.
Again, his holdings grew to be of such immense proportion that the Arch Bishop of Quebec whose name (Francois de Montmorency-Leval) had to set up a Parish to accommodate the people. The Parish was named Cap St. Ignace.
Nicolas Gamache gave a parcel of land for the first Parish Church of St. Ignace. It was a wooden structure that burned and was later replaced by a stone chuch. Upon his death, Nicolas Gamache was buried in this church. This chuch stood until 1744 when it was destroyed by eroding sea tides. There remains to this day, the foundation, only visable at low tide.
Nicloas Gamache Lemarre shortened his name to Nicolas Gamache. He was the first Gamache to arrive in Canada and all "Gamache" are decendents of this man.

gamache from manchester, nh

Lori Dickson (View posts)
Posted: 25 Jun 2000 8:59PM GMT
I noticed your note of william gamache from Manchester,NH. My grandfather was Joseph Louis Deodat Gamache, his father(same name)was from Manchester, NH and his father was Jean-Baptiste Gamache. Out of curiousity any connection there?
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