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  • Baron Charles Le Moyne, II (1656 - 1729)
    After serving in France, he returned to Canada with the rank of lieutenant, and, at the age of twenty-seven, was appointed major of Montreal by Governor de la Barre. He married Elizabeth Souart. In 170...
  • Robert Giffard (aft.1587 - c.1668)
    Notes * Location info: Perche, France (birth, marriage), Québec (death), Beauport (burial)** NOTE about place of birth: This source gives Autheil . This other source gives Saint-Jean-Baptiste in Mortag...
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    Baron Charles Le Moyne, III (1687 - 1775)
    Sources: **Drouin Institute (Archived baptismal record - see attached in Media tab)He entered the army quite young, and, after having served in France, was appointed major of Montreal (1733), and recei...
  • Louis Jolliet (c.1645 - bef.1700)
    Notes * Lieux info: Québec (naissance); habitait dans la région de Sept-îles * Explorateur . Premier à explorer le Mississippi pour la Nouvelle-France. Expédition à la Baie d'Hudson et le Labrador. Sur...
  • Joseph Guyon dit Buisson (1649 - 1712)
    Notes * Location info: Québec (birth), Château-Richer (marriage), Grondines (death)* Propriétaire de l'arrière fief du Buisson de la seigneurie de Beauport .

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In summary: Hello the project I've created is a shortcut, so to speak, that will save you hours and hours of time hours browsing through all the projects I've worked on intensively myself. The main reason I'm sharing this with you is to give you keys and ideas for research. The demonstrations I have made concerning my ancestors are not only to prove to you that I am of Noble descent, but that many of us are as well. It is easy to see who they are since I either work on or join groups directly related to my ancestry.

  • Basically, I'm a direct descendant of Norwegians, Swedes and Normans, as well as the Franks, so I'm forcibly linked to England because of the Normans on my mother's side, not to mention that I have many direct ancestors from the Capetian Dynasty and that I've discovered a lot of Spanish ancestors so this is what Part 2 is about.

Now for those who question my abilities of research, here it is. My #1 passion in life is research and I happen to be trained as a researcher. I've made an essay of empirical nature at Université Laval as part of my Master's degree in psychology, so I'm necessarily trained in intensive research. I have other passions of course, but they are not related to research intrinsically.