NOËL LANGLOIS & FRANÇOISE GRENIER AU MICHIGAN

NOËL LANGLOIS & FRANÇOISE GRENIER AU MICHIGAN

Messagepar jdelisle » 2009-04-11, 02:23



French-Canadian Heritage Society
of Michigan

Michigan's Habitant Heritage:
Journal of the French-Canadian Heritage Society
of Michigan
Michigan's Habitant Heritage has been published since the founding of the Society in 1980. The officers and members of the French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan are justifiably proud of the quality journal we publish under the auspices of our editor, Gail F. Moreau-DesHarnais, and the editorial team she has assembled to help her. The journal is by far the best reason for joining our Society.

To see and print the Adobe Acrobat files accessible on this web page you will need to download and install the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Selected Articles
The following four articles have been selected to present you with an idea of the quality of articles published in the Society's journal over the years.

Moreau, Gail F. Moreau-DesHarnais. "Exiles from Québec Found in the Parish of St-Jacques de Dieppe During the Kirke Occupation (1629-1632)." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 24, no. 2 (April 2003): 77-78.

Colby, Susan Mélanie. "Captives of the French and Indian Wars Part 1: Captured from New England." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 23, no. 2 (April 2002): 79-88. "Captives of the French and Indian Wars, Part 2: Captured from New France." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 24, no. 3 (July 2003): 133-140.

Goodwin, Delphine Ford, and Gail Moreau-DesHarnais. "Searching for Antoine Martin dit Soud." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 26, no. 2 (April 2005): 83-88. And, Gail Moreau-DesHarnais "Part 2: Jacques Azeman/Azema/Agement/Son dit Martin/St. Martin." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 26, no. 4 (October 2005): 168-169.

Sommerville, Suzanne Boivin. "The Marriage Contract in New France According to La Coutume de Paris / The Custom of Paris." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 26, no. 3 (July 2005): 135-137.

By popular demand, we are also placing a copy of the series James Lalone wrote from 1985 to 1988 on the Tremblay family here for your use. Please be aware that Mr. Lalone is constantly working to improve his Tremblay database and that this series is no longer up-to-date. In particular, it does not include the reserch René Jetté did to untangle the four contemporary Louis Tremblay and Ursule Simard couples. Nevertheless, it is a valuable work and a good example of the kind of articles published in Michigan's Habitant Heritage over the years.

Best Article of 2008
Every year the Society's Board of Directors will select the article they consider the best to have appeared in our journal and feature it here for the general public to appreciate the quality of the work submitted to our journal.

The 2008 voted beas article is Susan M.Colby's "The Incredible Adventures of the Family Talon." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 29, no. 4 (October 2008): 194-199.



Best Article of 2007
The 2007 voted best article is Gail Moreau-DesHarnais and Diane Wolford Sheppard's "Hillary Rodham Clinton’s French-Canadian Ancestry: Detroit and Michigan Connection," Michigan's Habitant Heritage 28, no. 4 (October 2007): 197-202 and "Hillary Rodham Clinton: Ancestry of Delia Martin: Conclusion." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 29, no. 1 (January 2008): 46-49. The article presented here is actually a combination of these two parts. Enjoy.



Best Article of 2006
The 2006 voted best article is Loraine DiCerbo's "The Excommunication of Louis Gonzague Deshêrtes and Louise Beaulieu." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 27, no. 2 (April 2006): 85-90. This is the first part of a continuing series.




Best Article of 2005
The voted best article for 2005 was Suzanne Boivin Sommerville's "Who Was the Anonymous 1702 Wet Nurse for One of Lamothe Cadillac's Children? Additional Documentation for the Birth of a Cadillac Child at Fort Ponchartrain in 1702." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 26, no. 1 (January 2005): 21-27.



Guidelines for Submitting Articles
We encourage people to submit papers for consideration to be published. Please click on the Guidelines button to view information on how to submit articles to the editor of Michigan's Habitant Heritage.



Contents
For an Adobe Acrobat file listing the bibliographic contents of the Society's journal from 1998 to January 2009 please click the Contents button. Once you open the Contents file in Adobe Acrobat you can use the search feature to find articles of interest.



Indexes
Due to publication costs the annual indexes to Michigan's Habitant Heritage will no longer be printed but they will be made available online.

The 2004 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

The 2005 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

The 2006 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

The 2007 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

The 2008 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

Back Issues
The Society has some copies of back issues of Michigan’s Habitant Heritage which you can order from the Society's address on our Contact Us web page. Please email us first to confirm that we have the back issue you desire. Once we confirm that we have the back issue we will ask that you send your order to our address, not through email, and make sure you enclose your payment. The cost for all back issues is $6.25 USA for each back issue.

Photocopies of Individual Articles
To order a photocopy of one or more individual articles, please make a request of the Periodical Source Index project at the Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana. This fine institution has all the back issues of Michigan’s Habitant Heritage and can make the necessary photocopies. Please point your browser to http://www.acpl.lib.in.us/genealogy/Art ... llment.pdf for a copy of the request form, the rules, and pricing.





This page, and all contents, are Copyright © 2006 by the French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan, Lansing, MI. Created 1 April 2006. Modified 22 March 2009 .



NOTE IMPORTANTE POUR LE DOCUMENT DE RÉFÉRENCE,

SVP CLIQUER SUR LE LIEN SUIVANT puis su l'index 2004
http://fchsm.habitant.org/Journal.html

Enfin, voir Françoise Grenier, page 27 ( référant au document p. 138)

Voir Noël Langlois, page 33 ( référant également au document p. 138 et autres pages)

P.S. Les deux apparaissent comme étant des habitants du Michigan, lieu privilégié pour les français qui faisaient la traite des fourrures à l'époque avec diverses bandes indiennes dont plusieurs tribus algonquiennes, huronnes...

Bonne lecture!

Jacques Delisle
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Re: NOËL LANGLOIS & FRANÇOISE GRENIER AU MICHIGAN

Messagepar Suzanne » 2009-04-11, 10:39

Mr. Delisle, with all due respect, you do not understand the purpose of the nominal indexes available for Michigan's Habitant Heritage.
The mention of a name does not mean that individual came to Le Détroit du Eac Erié et du lac Huron.

All it indicates is that the name was mentioned in an article. I am repeating this for all of your recent posts that say the individuals have a direct tie to Michigan.

For example, the reference to Marie Olivier on p. 144 of 2004 is an an article about Marie Rollet, born c.a. 1588.

The references in the index for 2008 to Jeanne Auneau on 176 and to Catherine Anenontha on p. 74 and p. 117 are to an article about the ancestors of Angelia Joli, the popular modern singer and actress.

I did not find Noel Langlois or Francoise Grenier mentioned on p. 138 of the 2004 volume, probably an unfortunate mistyping. When they have been mentioned in the past, it has been a historical reference because they were associated with others who were the topic of an article. I know, because I have mentioned them in connection with Pierre Couc.

A Noel Longlois, age 17, is listed on p. 149 as having been Confirmed at Québec on 23 March 1664 in an article that lists the Confirmations for that day.

Let me assure you that there is no documented proof of these individuals traveling to or living at Fort Pontchartrain, which was begun at le Détroit on 24 July 1701. Earlier references to le détroit do survive, but no French lived there before this date.


For a more useful index of the articles published by the French-Canadian Heritage Society, see http://fchsm.habitant.org/Journal.html

and click on

Contents
For an Adobe Acrobat file listing the bibliographic contents of the Society's journal from 1998 to January 2009 please click the Contents button. Once you open the Contents file in Adobe Acrobat you can use the search feature to find articles of interest by author and title.

As I have said more than once, researchers have to know what they are looking at when the cite sources.

Suzanne Boivin Sommerville
Descendant of Marie Mité8ameg8K8é
Michigan, USA


Jacques Delisle a écrit:

French-Canadian Heritage Society
of Michigan

Michigan's Habitant Heritage:
Journal of the French-Canadian Heritage Society
of Michigan
Michigan's Habitant Heritage has been published since the founding of the Society in 1980. The officers and members of the French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan are justifiably proud of the quality journal we publish under the auspices of our editor, Gail F. Moreau-DesHarnais, and the editorial team she has assembled to help her. The journal is by far the best reason for joining our Society.

To see and print the Adobe Acrobat files accessible on this web page you will need to download and install the Adobe Acrobat Reader.

Selected Articles
The following four articles have been selected to present you with an idea of the quality of articles published in the Society's journal over the years.

Moreau, Gail F. Moreau-DesHarnais. "Exiles from Québec Found in the Parish of St-Jacques de Dieppe During the Kirke Occupation (1629-1632)." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 24, no. 2 (April 2003): 77-78.

Colby, Susan Mélanie. "Captives of the French and Indian Wars Part 1: Captured from New England." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 23, no. 2 (April 2002): 79-88. "Captives of the French and Indian Wars, Part 2: Captured from New France." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 24, no. 3 (July 2003): 133-140.

Goodwin, Delphine Ford, and Gail Moreau-DesHarnais. "Searching for Antoine Martin dit Soud." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 26, no. 2 (April 2005): 83-88. And, Gail Moreau-DesHarnais "Part 2: Jacques Azeman/Azema/Agement/Son dit Martin/St. Martin." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 26, no. 4 (October 2005): 168-169.

Sommerville, Suzanne Boivin. "The Marriage Contract in New France According to La Coutume de Paris / The Custom of Paris." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 26, no. 3 (July 2005): 135-137.

By popular demand, we are also placing a copy of the series James Lalone wrote from 1985 to 1988 on the Tremblay family here for your use. Please be aware that Mr. Lalone is constantly working to improve his Tremblay database and that this series is no longer up-to-date. In particular, it does not include the reserch René Jetté did to untangle the four contemporary Louis Tremblay and Ursule Simard couples. Nevertheless, it is a valuable work and a good example of the kind of articles published in Michigan's Habitant Heritage over the years.

Best Article of 2008
Every year the Society's Board of Directors will select the article they consider the best to have appeared in our journal and feature it here for the general public to appreciate the quality of the work submitted to our journal.

The 2008 voted beas article is Susan M.Colby's "The Incredible Adventures of the Family Talon." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 29, no. 4 (October 2008): 194-199.



Best Article of 2007
The 2007 voted best article is Gail Moreau-DesHarnais and Diane Wolford Sheppard's "Hillary Rodham Clinton’s French-Canadian Ancestry: Detroit and Michigan Connection," Michigan's Habitant Heritage 28, no. 4 (October 2007): 197-202 and "Hillary Rodham Clinton: Ancestry of Delia Martin: Conclusion." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 29, no. 1 (January 2008): 46-49. The article presented here is actually a combination of these two parts. Enjoy.



Best Article of 2006
The 2006 voted best article is Loraine DiCerbo's "The Excommunication of Louis Gonzague Deshêrtes and Louise Beaulieu." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 27, no. 2 (April 2006): 85-90. This is the first part of a continuing series.




Best Article of 2005
The voted best article for 2005 was Suzanne Boivin Sommerville's "Who Was the Anonymous 1702 Wet Nurse for One of Lamothe Cadillac's Children? Additional Documentation for the Birth of a Cadillac Child at Fort Ponchartrain in 1702." Michigan's Habitant Heritage 26, no. 1 (January 2005): 21-27.



Guidelines for Submitting Articles
We encourage people to submit papers for consideration to be published. Please click on the Guidelines button to view information on how to submit articles to the editor of Michigan's Habitant Heritage.



Contents
For an Adobe Acrobat file listing the bibliographic contents of the Society's journal from 1998 to January 2009 please click the Contents button. Once you open the Contents file in Adobe Acrobat you can use the search feature to find articles of interest.



Indexes
Due to publication costs the annual indexes to Michigan's Habitant Heritage will no longer be printed but they will be made available online.

The 2004 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

The 2005 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

The 2006 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

The 2007 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

The 2008 index for Michigan's Habitant Heritage is now available online as an Adobe Acrobat file.

Back Issues
The Society has some copies of back issues of Michigan’s Habitant Heritage which you can order from the Society's address on our Contact Us web page. Please email us first to confirm that we have the back issue you desire. Once we confirm that we have the back issue we will ask that you send your order to our address, not through email, and make sure you enclose your payment. The cost for all back issues is $6.25 USA for each back issue.

Photocopies of Individual Articles
To order a photocopy of one or more individual articles, please make a request of the Periodical Source Index project at the Allen County Public Library, Fort Wayne, Indiana. This fine institution has all the back issues of Michigan’s Habitant Heritage and can make the necessary photocopies. Please point your browser to http://www.acpl.lib.in.us/genealogy/Art ... llment.pdf for a copy of the request form, the rules, and pricing.





This page, and all contents, are Copyright © 2006 by the French-Canadian Heritage Society of Michigan, Lansing, MI. Created 1 April 2006. Modified 22 March 2009 .



NOTE IMPORTANTE POUR LE DOCUMENT DE RÉFÉRENCE,

SVP CLIQUER SUR LE LIEN SUIVANT puis su l'index 2004
http://fchsm.habitant.org/Journal.html

Enfin, voir Françoise Grenier, page 27 ( référant au document p. 138)

Voir Noël Langlois, page 33 ( référant également au document p. 138 et autres pages)

P.S. Les deux apparaissent comme étant des habitants du Michigan, lieu privilégié pour les français qui faisaient la traite des fourrures à l'époque avec diverses bandes indiennes dont plusieurs tribus algonquiennes, huronnes...

Bonne lecture!

Jacques Delisle
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NOËL LANGLOIS & FRANÇOISE GRENIER

Messagepar jdelisle » 2009-04-11, 11:25



Dear Mrs. Sommerville,

I just took a copy of the document. Thanks for you information.

Notice: I guess that what is the most important is to be honest or honesty. So, research is always important for any human being. Nobody has the perfect truth.


Sincerely,


Jacques Delisle
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Metis

Messagepar countrymno » 2009-08-21, 15:22

Est-ce que Noel Langlois etait metis, ou est la preuve?
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Re: Metis

Messagepar Labonte Proulx » 2009-11-27, 12:53

clement gareau a écrit:Est-ce que Noel Langlois etait metis, ou est la preuve?



est-ce que vous avez des information ci Noel Langlois et Francoise Grenier/Garnier est Metis

Merci
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Re: Metis

Messagepar Saguingoira » 2009-11-27, 14:37

Gladys Gladys Labonte Proulx a écrit:
clement gareau a écrit:Est-ce que Noel Langlois etait metis, ou est la preuve?



est-ce que vous avez des information ci Noel Langlois et Francoise Grenier/Garnier est Metis

Merci



Ni Métis, ni Amérindien

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