Cullen Family History
 and Genealogy

New France - Mark Cullen's ancestors


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Joanis and Lapointe ancestors in New France – Filles à Marier
Joanis and Lapointe ancestors in New France – Filles à Marier
All our 'first-in-Canada' ancestors who were filles à marier 
 
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Joanis and Lapointe ancestors in New France – Filles du Roi
Joanis and Lapointe ancestors in New France – Filles du Roi
All our 'first-in-Canada' ancestors who were filles du roi 
 
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Joanis and Lapointe ancestors in New France – Our soldier ancestors
Joanis and Lapointe ancestors in New France – Our soldier ancestors
 
 
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Joanis and Lapointe ancestors in New France –  early ancestors
Joanis and Lapointe ancestors in New France – early ancestors
Our earliest ancestors in New France 
 
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Joanis Ancestors
Joanis Ancestors
A list of our Joanis great grandparent ancestors (husbands and wives) who were the first of their families to settle in New France, mostly in the 17th century.

Revised 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, Appendix 1, pp 127-129.

Revised May 2018. 

 
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Lapointe Ancestors
Lapointe Ancestors
A list of our Lapointe great grandparent ancestors (husbands and wives) who were the first of their families to settle in New France, mostly in the 17th century.

Revised 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, Appendix 1, pp 125-126.

 

 
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Jean Nicolet memorial statue, Red Banks, Wisconsin
Jean Nicolet memorial statue, Red Banks, Wisconsin
 
 
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Hébert, Louis - Statue in Montmorency Park in Quebec City
Hébert, Louis - Statue in Montmorency Park in Quebec City
In Quebec City’s Montmorency Park, a large monument commemorates Louis Hébert, Marie Rollet and their son-in-law, Guillaume Couillard. The central figure is Louis holding a sheaf of corn in one hand and a sickle in the other. On the right is Marie holding her three children and on the left is Guillaume with a plough. A plaque lists the first colonists of Quebec. 
 


Linked to Nicolas Audet, Jean-Baptiste Depoca