Monthly Archives: January 2012

Damase and Joseph

Joseph Robineau was baptized on March 8, 1804. According to the church record Joseph’s parents were Louis Robineau and Marguerite Bigras who were married in 1799 at Oka (L’Annonciation-de-la-Bienheureuse-Vierge-Marie). Joseph Robineau and Eleonore Phalmeur were married on February 20, 1832. … Continue reading

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Robineau – Leonel and Damase

Robineau – Leonel and Damase Leonel was born in 1892. His father was Damase Robineau who was born in 1854, in Valleyfield Quebec and died in1920 as a result of a dynamite explosion at his son’s (Almadie’s) sawmill near Chapleau. … Continue reading

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Robineau – Adrien and Leonel

This post will describe the Robineau family tree back two generations. My father was Adrien Robineau. Adrien had three children, all sons: Robert, Richard and myself. Adrien was born in Sturgeon Falls Ontario and in the mid-30’s moved to Alfred, … Continue reading

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Eleonore “Phalmeur” or “Farmer” or “Falmar””?

In my January 4 post i made the following statement: Another example is Damase’s mother. There are a wide variety of how her name is spelled ranging from “Farmer” to “Phalmeur” to “Falmar” (and others). If you read the original … Continue reading

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