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Comment by Carol B. Smith Fisher on January 29, 2017 at 7:01pm

Dear Pam, Thank you so much for your information. I will follow your leads and then let you know. I have been searching everywhere for my great x 2 grandfather Benjamin Smith. This has come at quite a shock to learn my maiden name is not Smith, but rather Mann. He was one of 14 siblings and I am most thank for that so many had done their DNA with I have been introduced to many Canadian cousins.

Comment by Pam Beveridge on January 29, 2017 at 3:10pm

Wow, Carol, that is interesting!  I don't have any information but I'd love to hear about your progress.  Wonder if the folks at Fort Ingall at Lac Temiscouata would have any info??

Fort Ingall
81, rue Caldwell
Témiscouata-sur-le-lac (Cabano), Québec
G0L 1E0

For information:
For Reservation:

Telephone: 418-854-2375
Toll Free (Canada and the United States):
Fax: 418-854-6477

Samuel Moreau, general manager


Comment by Carol B. Smith Fisher on January 29, 2017 at 10:59am

I have recently found out through DNA the my Smith family from Calais, ME through Benjamin Smith is actually John Benjamin Mann, born in Port Daniel, Gaspe Peninsula, Quebec, Canada. He was the son of Isaac Edward Mann and wife Margaret Elizabeth Smith. Is there any information on where his parents are buried. Thank you for any help you can give me. Carol

Comment by Pam Beveridge on May 21, 2012 at 3:32pm

Here's Bob Chenard's website.  Maybe he could help??  The French Connection

Comment by Janet Fortunato on May 21, 2012 at 7:35am

My maiden name is Duval. My father's parents were born in Quebec and moved to Fitchburg, MA where they raised 10 children. Working on this line and trying to find elusive ancestors.


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