The term canadian english has a pedigree dating to 1857
Son, Fabien Regimbal married Salome Laberge there on January 27, 1875. She was assistant to the supervisor and the bookkeeper for St.
The couple's first child Sara was born at their home in St-Justine-De-Newton in November.***Pierre Bottineau (1817~1895) an explorer of the Washington, Minnesota and Dakota territories, was a guide and surveyor for the Northern Pacific Railroad in 1876. Mary's Hospital in Walla Walla, Washington in 1920.
She was rumored by her descendants to be half native Indian, or Metis (pronounced, may-tee) as noted in this excerpt from a memorial article on the life of Sister Reda Perrault, daughter of Alberic Perrault and Salome (Mamie) Regimbal: Reda may have been referring to Scholastique Payette, but her mother was Madeleine Therien whose full French heritage has been documented: see the Therrien pedigree chart.
Another theory is that she meant an ancestor on the Perrault side.
, a genealogy researcher on the Payette line and other close relatives from Ste-Therese de Blainville, County Terrebonne, said this: "I've worked both lines on five generations and there is no trace of Native ancestry. Can you imagine one box car full of people coming all that way to Washington State?
It is probably because she is another case of the 'Indian grandmother legend', which is quite common in French-Canadian families, especially from people whose ancestors lived in areas with strong Native presence."***Pierre was a baker by trade unlike his father and brothers who were farmers. I wonder how long it took them and how often they stopped. It must have been bedlam." * on November 15, 1897 with son Edmond (17); daughter Olivine (16); daughter Desneige (14); son Xavier (12); son Ernest (10); daughter Salome (8); son Clement (6) and daughter Lorie (2).
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In 1762 in the village of St-Louis-de-Terrebonne, County Terrebonne, he met and married Marie-Angelique Rancourt (aka Rancoeur). Together they would have 14 children over the span of 24 years. Pierre Regimbal came to be known by the surname, Regimbal dit Jerome, an acknowledgement of his father's status as the family's first Canadian-French generation.African-American university student Vivian Malone entering the University of Alabama in the U. to register for classes as one of the first non-white students to attend the institution.Until 1963, the university was racially segregated and non-white students were not allowed to attend.Investors Gardiner Greene Hubbard, the first president of The National Geographic Society and his son-in-law, Alexander Graham Bell also co-owned the Moxee Company, a ranch development in the Moxee Valley. Fortier, Hilaire: - (grandson, Fabien & Salome Regimbal; son of Sarah; spouse of Muriel)CALVARY CEMETERY - 5041 35th NE - Seattle, King County, Washington Perrault, Yvonne "Sister Bernard Maria": 1917 - 2007Perrault, Florence "Sister Bernice Marie": 1913 - 1994Perrault, Ethelreda "Sister Reda": 1916 - 2003Roy, Emma Marie "Sister Mary Emily": 1905 - 1990******Thanks to Muriel and Avilla Fortier and to their son Robert and daughter in law, Grace Fortier*Special thanks to Sandra (Regimbal) Martin and Sylvia (Regimbal) Strang for sharing their findings, especially the "missing link" who was the father of Pierre (1804).With access to water assured, a campaign was launched to promote the area and advertisements for ranch size lots at reasonable prices piqued the interest of the citizens of the Midwest town of Crookston, Minnesota. That discovery led them to Geraud, our French countryman who was formerly called George in earlier family documentation, and to a host of other relations now included in the chart.*** - Added information about Sister Joanna (Desneige Regimbal) - Added Salome & Alberic Perrault's children and Regimbal, Perrault and Fortier family grave data and photos - Added Giraud and Marie-Louise Audet dit Lapointe and earlier ancestors to the text - Sandra & Sylvia [Reg] - Added copies of 3 documents to the margin - found on the following web site:] The city of North Yakima was formed in 1886 after the Northern Pacific Railroad established a passenger station and freight concession there.