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101 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Evansen, Donna Deyonne
 
102 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Evansen, Henry H.
 
103 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Faust, Robert Lee
 
104 He was a soldier in the Carignan Regiment in the de la Varenne Company. He arrived in Canada 17 May 1665 with the Company de la Varenne a regiment of the Carignan-Salieres. Faye, Mathieu Lafayette
 
105 Last name: Fish
This interesting surname is of Anglo-Saxon origin, and derives from the Middle English (1200 - 1500) "fische" or "fish", itself coming from the Olde English pre 7th century "fisc" meaning a fish. "Fisc" occurs as a personal name in the Domesday Book for Norfolk of 1086. The surname is first recorded at the beginning of the 13th Century (see below), and it is a metonymic occupational name for a catcher or seller of fish. Job descriptive surnames originally denoted the actual occupation of the namebearer, and later became hereditary. One Daniel Fisc appears in the Calendar Rolls of Suffolk, dated 1208, and a Robert Fisk in the 1230 Pipe Rolls of Northumberland. In the 14th Century the name was normally written with the preceding article "le" meaning "the", for example, Robert le Fissh of Somerset (1327). On April 27th 1635, one Christopher Fish embarked from London on the ship "Ann and Elizabeth", bound for the Barbados, "Hotten's Records". The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Ernis Fish, which was dated 1202, witness in the "Assize Court Rolls of Lincolnshire", during the reign of King John, known as "Lackland", 1199 - 1216.
 
Fish, Mehitable
 
106 May have lived 69 Bay Str, Milw, WI
 
Flynn, Maurice
 
107
 
Foisy, Catherine
 
108 He was a furniture maker. Arrived in Quebec summer of 1656. May have been a miller & not furniture maker. Foubert, Philippe
 
109 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fraits, Andrew J.
 
110 Possibly middle name Alvares or Antonio. Changed name from Freitas to Fraits.
Alt. b 17 May 1813.
They left Dartmouth area due to predjudice against Portugese there.
 
Fraits, Emanuel A. Freitas
 
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Frechet, Elisabeth A nges
 
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Frechet, Etienne
 
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Frechet, Francois
 
114 He was a early explorer of the Quebec area but also Hudson Bay & Ontario.
He was also a ship's carpenter & Captain in the Militia-Droin collection/Red/names pg 517.
Jette DGFQ pg 442-3 & 719. Census 1681 age 25 at Ile de Orleans working as a carpenter
Tanguay DGFC vol 1 pg 241 & 385. Surname Freschet also vol 4 pg 104.
nosorigines,qc,ca/Genealogie Quebec; Aug 2011-He had a marr annuled by Notary Rageot 2 Dec 1677 with Catherine Melliot the widow of Jean Rothier. He was listed as a ship's carpenter.

Having 12 children & married 4X need to figure out which children go with each wife.
 
Frechet, Francois
 
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Frechet, Jean Baptiste
 
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Frechet, Joseph
 
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Frechet, Marie Ursule
 
118
 
Frechet, Michel
 
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Frechet, Simon
 
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Frechette, Angelique
 
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Frechette, Angelique
 
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Frechette, Etienne
 
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Frechette, Genevieve
 
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Frechette, Jean Baptiste
 
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Frechette, Joseph
 
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Frechette, Josephte
 
127
 
Frechette, Marie Anne
 
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Frechette, Marie Francoise
 
129
 
Frechette, Marie Genevieve
 
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Frechette, Marie Joseph
 
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Frechette, Michel
 
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Frechette, Noel
 
133
 
Frechette, Pierre
 
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Frechette, Simon
 
135 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fredin, Joseph H
 
136 Located on almost all official lists of Filles au Marier.
 
Freslon, Jacqueline Jacquette-Marie
 
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Freslon, Rene
 
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Freslon, Renee
 
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Frichet, Jacques
 
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Frichet, Jacques Pierre
 
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Frichet, Marguerite
 
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Frichet, Marie Charlotte
 
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Frichet-Frechet, Angelique Elisabeth
 
144 This info may be incorrect. Jacques Frichet dit Desmoulins was not the son of Francois Freschet but his cousin. He came to Quebec in 1897 as a soldier & became a flour merchant (miller).
 
Frichet-Frechette, Jacques dit Desmoulin
 
145 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Fryer, Albert
 
146 BD possibly 15 Apr 1745 Bristol, Gloucestershire, England (f. Samuel) or 12 Oct 1746 London, England (f. James). Ganes, Elizabeth
 
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Garnier, Charles
 
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Garnier, Etienne
 
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Garnier, Francois dit Pellerin
 
150
 
Garnier, Francoise
 

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