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Cox family c1960
Cox family c1960
 
 
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Cullen homestead, Corradooa, Killinkere, Co. Cavan
Cullen homestead, Corradooa, Killinkere, Co. Cavan
If this is not our John Cullen's home, it is that of a relative. All the Cullens in the area were related. 
 
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Cullen, Bernard John (Barney) (1881-1956) and Lucy McClements (1883-1968)
Cullen, Bernard John (Barney) (1881-1956) and Lucy McClements (1883-1968)
Biography of Barney and Lucy Cullen and his siblings

Excerpt from The Cullens of Templeton A Two Hundred Year Journey, Mark Cullen, 2010, Chapter 4, pp 85-115 

 
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Cullen, John (c1776-1858) and Elizabeth Carolan (1879-1862)
Cullen, John (c1776-1858) and Elizabeth Carolan (1879-1862)
The emigration of John Cullen and Elizabeth Carolan from County Cavan to Canada in 1826 and settlement in Templeton Township. John and Elizabeth were our first generation of Cullens in Canada.

Excerpt from The Cullens of Templeton A Two Hundred Year Journey, Mark Cullen, 2010, Chapter 1, pp 10-37 plus notes and appendices  

 
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Cullen, John and Elizabeth Carolan's Children
Cullen, John and Elizabeth Carolan's Children
Biographical sketches of John and Elizabeth Cullen's 7 children, notes and appendices.


Excerpt from The Cullens of Templeton A Two Hundred Year Journey, Mark Cullen, 2010, Chapter2, pp 40-63, 268-271 and 203-225 

 
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Cullen, John Bernard (1852-1916) and Mary Powers (1858-1912) and John's siblings
Cullen, John Bernard (1852-1916) and Mary Powers (1858-1912) and John's siblings
The third generation of Cullens in Canada continued the family tradition in farming and timber; this is the story of John Bernard Cullen, Mary Powers and John's 12 siblings.

Excerpt from The Cullens of Templeton A Two Hundred Year Journey, Mark Cullen, 2010, Chapter 3, pp 65-83 

 
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Cullen, Lawrence – Memories of Growing up in Ottawa in the 1920s and 1930s
Cullen, Lawrence – Memories of Growing up in Ottawa in the 1920s and 1930s
Written by Lawrence Cullen in February 2000 Photos added by Mark Cullen February 2018

Excerpt from The Cullens of Templeton A Two Hundred Year Journey, Mark Cullen, 2010, Appendix 5, pp 245-261  

 
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Cullen, Pauline - Letter to Lesley Cullen 2004
Cullen, Pauline - Letter to Lesley Cullen 2004
On the occasion of her granddaughter's marriage, Pauline Cullen wrote about Emma Lapointe, Lesley's great-great grandmother.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis Volume 1 Our Turners: Canadian Transportation Pioneers, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2013, Appendix 4, pp 209-210 

 
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Cullens of Templeton -  Book introduction
Cullens of Templeton - Book introduction
Table of contents, introduction, acknowledgements and bibliography

Excerpt from The Cullens of Templeton A Two Hundred Year Journey, Mark Cullen, 2010 

 
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Damase Joanis and family c1950
Damase Joanis and family c1950
 
 
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Damase Joanis obituary 1959
Damase Joanis obituary 1959
 
 
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David Lloyd George Jones
David Lloyd George Jones
 
 
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Délina and Joseph Gauthier c1905
Délina and Joseph Gauthier c1905
Possibly a wedding photo 
 
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Délina Gauthier at 100 July 1967
Délina Gauthier at 100 July 1967
 
 
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Délina Gauthier shortly before her 100th birthday July 1967
Délina Gauthier shortly before her 100th birthday July 1967
 
 
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Délina Gauthier with Joe Montferrand July 1967
Délina Gauthier with Joe Montferrand July 1967
 
 
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Délina Gauthier, Bernadette Turner, Theresa & Greg Hart 1942
Délina Gauthier, Bernadette Turner, Theresa & Greg Hart 1942
 
 
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Délina Quévillon Joanis c1895
Délina Quévillon Joanis c1895
 
 
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Depoca dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste (1707-1792) and Marie-Louise Paquet(1719-1791)
Depoca dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste (1707-1792) and Marie-Louise Paquet(1719-1791)
Our first Joanis ancestor, Jean-Baptiste Depoca dit Joanis (1707-1792), a cordonnier, emigrated to New France in 1730-1735 from Cambo-les-Bains, a village in French Basque country near Bayonne. He married Marie-Louise Paquet in 1737 and they settled in Quebec, later moving to Yamaska and Île Jésus.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis, Volume 2: Our Lapointe and Joanis Ancestors Four Hundred Years of French Canadian Heritage, Mark Cullen, 2018, pp73-79, 195-198 and 258-259 

 
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Depoca dit Joanis, Louis (1743-1817) and Jean-Baptiste Depocas dit Joanis (1770-1832)
Depoca dit Joanis, Louis (1743-1817) and Jean-Baptiste Depocas dit Joanis (1770-1832)
Louis, our second generation, was a blacksmith on Île Jésus, Sault-au-Récollet, Les Cèdres, St. Martin and St. Benoît. His son, Jean-Baptiste, was a weaver and farmer in St. Martin and St. Benoît.


Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis, Volume 2: Our Lapointe and Joanis Ancestors Four Hundred Years of French Canadian Heritage, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2018, pp 79-82 

 
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Depoca, Louis burial record 1817
Depoca, Louis burial record 1817
 
 
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Depoca, Louis/Marie Louise Lemay marriage record 1766
Depoca, Louis/Marie Louise Lemay marriage record 1766
 
 
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Depoca, Louois baptism record 1743
Depoca, Louois baptism record 1743
 
 
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Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste  1831 Census St. Benoît page 2
Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste 1831 Census St. Benoît page 2
J-B Depocas' farm in Côte St. Pierre concession is listed 12th from the bottom as indicated by the arrow. 
 
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Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste -  Cote St. Henri South concession record c1800
Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste - Cote St. Henri South concession record c1800
A description of the record books for the Rivière-du-Chêne Seigneurie c1800 which show Jean-Baptiste Depocas' tenancy record: land no. 530 in Cote Saint-Henri South concession 
 
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Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste - 1825 census St. Benoît
Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste - 1825 census St. Benoît
Jean-Baptiste Depocas dit Joanis is listed on Line 99 as indicated by arrow. 
 
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Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste - 1831 census St. Benoît page 1
Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste - 1831 census St. Benoît page 1
J-B Depocas' farm in Côte St. Pierre concession is listed 12th from the bottom as indicated by the arrow. 
 
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Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste baptism record 1770
Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste baptism record 1770
 
 
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Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste burial record 1832
Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste burial record 1832
 
 
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Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste/Marie Claire Robert marriage record 1792
Depocas dit Joanis, Jean-Baptiste/Marie Claire Robert marriage record 1792
 
 
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Depocas dit Joanis, Louis J. (1800-1884)
Depocas dit Joanis, Louis J. (1800-1884)
Louis was a carpenter and early Joanis sawmiller who migrated from Deux Montagnes to Carillon, Bytown and Angers. He had two wives and 12 children, many of whom followed him into sawmilling.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis, Volume 2: Our Lapointe and Joanis Ancestors Four Hundred Years of French Canadian Heritage, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2018, pp 82 and 88-94 

 
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Depocas dit Joanis, Pierre Jules (1843-1927) and Domithilde Maisonneuve (1843-1913)
Depocas dit Joanis, Pierre Jules (1843-1927) and Domithilde Maisonneuve (1843-1913)
Pierre Jules Joanis (1843-1927) worked for more than 50 years in the sawmilling industry on the Ottawa River and in Eastern Ontario. He was a millwright, farmer and leading citizen of Rockland and Clarence Creek.

Excerpt from A Melding of Cultures Ancestors of George Turner and Bernadette Joanis, Volume 2: Our Lapointe and Joanis Ancestors Four Hundred Years of French Canadian Heritage, Mark Cullen, Vancouver, 2018, pp 94-111, 213-226 and 261. 

 
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Diane, Susan, Molly, Patrick & Judy Cullen c1945
Diane, Susan, Molly, Patrick & Judy Cullen c1945
 
 
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Dinelle family 1944
Dinelle family 1944
 
 
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Dinelle family 1967
Dinelle family 1967
 
 
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Domithilde Joanis death notice
Domithilde Joanis death notice
 
 
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Dorays at Raymond Lavery's Farm at  Richford, Vt. c1945
Dorays at Raymond Lavery's Farm at Richford, Vt. c1945
 
 
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Edith and Norman Morse 1924
Edith and Norman Morse 1924
 
 
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Edith Morse c1930
Edith Morse c1930
 
 
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Edmundston New Brunswick 1880
Edmundston New Brunswick 1880
Frank and Emma lived in Edmundston from 1876 tp 1880. 
 
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Edward William Turner c1870
Edward William Turner c1870
 
 
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Edwards - Burt the horse
Edwards - Burt the horse
Burt could pull four wagons of deals. Deal mill in the background. 
 
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Edwards barge transporting workers c1900
Edwards barge transporting workers c1900
Edwards mill workers leaving Rockland c1900 for the Ottawa Exhibition. Mr. Edwards closed the plant for one day and transported his employees and their families to Ottawa by company barges. 
 
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Edwards Company store money - $1.00
Edwards Company store money - $1.00
 
 
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Edwards Company store money - 10 cents
Edwards Company store money - 10 cents
 
 
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Edwards Company store money - 25 cents
Edwards Company store money - 25 cents
 
 
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Edwards Company store money - 5 cents
Edwards Company store money - 5 cents
 
 
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Edwards company store Rockland on right 1911
Edwards company store Rockland on right 1911
 
 
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Edwards company-built homes for workers, Rockland c1900
Edwards company-built homes for workers, Rockland c1900
 
 
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Edwards mills - rails
Edwards mills - rails
 
 

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