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FRANKS, JACOB (John), fur trader and businessman; b.c. probably at Quebec, son of John Franks and Appollonia – ; d. 14 Nov. in Montreal.
Jacob Franks’s ancestors, a prominent family of Bavarian Jewish merchants, came to England during the second half of the 17th century, although some branches moved on to the Orient, the West Indies, and the American colonies.
BEASLEY, RICHARD, office holder, fur trader, businessman, jp, politician, militia officer, and farmer; b. 21 July in the colony of New York, son of Henry Beasley and Maria Noble; m.
Henrietta Springer, and they had three sons and five daughters; d. 16 Feb. in Hamilton, Upper Canada. Richard Beasley may have been captured by rebels on 14 Sept. during the American revolution. CHEWETT (Chewitt), WILLIAM, surveyor, office holder, jp, and militia officer; b.
21 Dec. in London; m. Isabella Macdonell, and they had four children; d. 24 Sept. in Toronto. Having graduated as a hydrographic engineer from the East India College in London, William Chewett sailed in to Quebec where, three years later, he entered the service of the deputy surveyor general.
BOUCHETTE, JOSEPH, surveyor and militia and naval officer; b. 14 May at Quebec, eldest son of Jean-Baptiste Bouchette* and Marie-Angélique Duhamel; m. 4 July Adélaïde Chaboillez, daughter of Charles-Jean-Baptiste Chaboillez*, in Montreal, and they had five children; d.
8 April in Montreal. Joseph Bouchette’s name does not appear on the list of pupils who attended the Petit. VINCENT, NICOLAS (baptized Ignace-Nicolas; called Tsaouenhohoui, “one who plunges things into the water,” or “the hawk,” the name of the hereditary civil chief of the Hurons of Jeune-Lorette), grand chief of the Hurons; b. , probably 11 April, in Jeune-Lorette (Wendake), Que., son of Louis Vincent (Sawantanan) and Louise Martin (Thodatowan); m. there first 24 .
Merrill Denison*, The barley and the stream: the Molson story; a footnote to Canadian history (Toronto, ), is a more thorough investigation of the history of the whole family, but too many statements (including dates) are open to question and are not supported (and in some instances are contradicted) by primary sources.
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7, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, ), pp. George Duncan Ludlow () The first chief justice of New Brunswick was born into a wealthy family in Long Island, New York. WINNIETT, Sir WILLIAM ROBERT WOLSELEY, naval officer; b. 2 March in Annapolis Royal, N.S., third child of Sheriff William Winniett and Mary Totten; great-grandson of William Winniett*; m.
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Sayer, Pierre Guillaume. () Pierre Guillaume Sayer was the son of John Sayer (b.c. ) from Sainte Anne, Québec. Pierre Guillaume was born on October 8, and baptized on J at Pointe-Claire, Québec by Joseph Norbert Sayer spent the winter of on the Yellow River, Fort Folle Avoine.
In he was on the Snake River. Il Dictionary of Canadian Biography (Dizionario biografico del Canada), abbreviato con DBC, è un dizionario in lingua inglese che presenta più di biografie relative a personalità della storia canadese.
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