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 on: December 23, 2014, 04:20:10 PM 
Started by sargentAdmin - Last post by dolanglais
My name is Dominique Langlais, here is my line of ancesters. I'm starting with Louis-Philippe Langlais, who was presumably Daniel Sargent, son of Digory Sargent. But after reading on the Digory's line and looking at the DNA results, I'm not sure anymore if he was this Daniel Sargent. Can someone help me make some sens of this please?

So here it goes:

Digory Sargent b 22 June 1651 Saint Germans, Co. Cornwall  England
Death  1703 about - Age: 52 Worcester MA  United States USA m
Mary Oben Parmenter b 1656 England

Father of;
Daniel Sargent aka Louis-Philippe Serien Langlais (or Philippe, Anglais de Nation)
b August 1699 Worcester, Massachussets United States USA
Death:     Before 03 August 1728   Kamouraska Canada m (14 January 1718 Riv. Ouelle)
Marguerite Lavoie  b 22 October 1693 Riviere-Ouelle Canada
Burial 05 February 1773    Riviere-Ouelle Canada

Father of;
Jean-Francois  Langlais b 3 April 1720 Riviere-Ouelle Canada m (9 February 1750)
Marie-Josephe  Hudon b 29 March 1730 Riviere-Ouelle Canada

Father of;
Jean (Francois?) Serien dit Langlais b 20 December 1753 d 27 July 1828 m (23 January 1787 Kamouraska)
Marie Madeleine Marquis b 22 February 1771 d 24 January 1852 Rivière-Ouelle

Father of;
Jean-Baptiste Langlais b 1800 d 28 March 1883 m (18 February 1822 St-Roch-des-Aulnaies)
Constance Bélanger b 27 November 1805 d 26 September 1870 St-Philippe de Néri

Father of:
Jean-Baptiste Langlais b 28 Mai 1824 Rivière-Ouelle d 16 February 1911 St-Denis-de-la-Bouteillerie m (8 April 1845 St-Denis-de-la-Bouteillerie)
Olympe Lavoie b 21 Mai 1825 St-Louis de Kamouraska d 1 January 1900 St-Denis

Father of;
Joseph Adolphe Langlais b around 1855 m (4 August 1886)
Emma Lavoie b 5 May 1860 St-Denis-de-la Bouteillerie)

Father of;
Ignace Langlais b 31 July 1894 d 1970 m (8 January 1918 St-Denis-de-la Bouteillerie)
Pulchérie Dionne b 7 June 1897 d July 1982 (Québec)

Father of;
Fernand Langlais m (7 July 1962 St-Pascal-de-Kamouraska)
Hélène Voyer

Father of;

Dominique Langlais

 on: December 23, 2014, 06:46:47 AM 
Started by Jef Treece - Last post by Jef Treece
Something's been bugging me about Michael Treece, b.1759. With his second wife, Malinda, he had sons John Jackson b.1824 and William Simpson b.1829. Was he really 65 or 70 when he had these children?  Or perhaps it's more likely that he raised a son's or brother's children.  You go, grampa! It's noteworthy that we now have participants in the surname DNA project who are descendants of John Jackson and William Simpson who match other Treeces in the project, while we have descendants of Michael's sons George, Jacob, and Adam who do not match the same group of Treeces on Y DNA.

Meanwhile, we have descendants of Michael's son George, Michael's daughter Mary Magdalena, and Michael's niece Catherine who match each other by triangulating autosomal DNA (proving a common ancestor, but explicitly not via George's Y DNA).

Who has a theory?

 on: December 22, 2014, 11:07:07 PM 
Started by Diana - Last post by Diana or contact Shawn at

Have moved on from Sinclair topics.

 on: December 22, 2014, 07:32:35 PM 
Started by Diana - Last post by gman35
 Hey Diana, my lineage goes through the sinclairs from my fathers mother who was a full blooded adams. Would you have any of the markers for the sinclairs. So maybe i could cross reference them to my markers. thanks, gary

 on: December 22, 2014, 07:22:38 PM 
Started by Bill Searle - Last post by gman35
 Hey Bill, my mother was a searle and I have done alot of research on the family tree. And found out alot. I would like to exchange info.. thanks Gary Jorgensen

 on: December 22, 2014, 07:17:42 PM 
Started by gman35 - Last post by gman35
 can someone let Michelle Jorgensen know that i have not been able to reach here by email on the Jorgensen Project. I sure would appreciate it.,, thanks, Gary Jorgensen

 on: December 22, 2014, 01:39:34 PM 
Started by RJCurran - Last post by RJCurran
Hello, I am researching my father's family - his grandfather was Patrick Curran (1837-1921) and his grandmother was Catherine Laracy(1846-1932)
They had 8 children. One of their daughters was Johanna who married Timothy Costello. They originally lived in Cat's Cove (Conception Harbor) but moved west - perhaps to Woods Island, but I believe Johanna and Timothy were buried in Curling.
I visited relatives in Cornerbrook (Costello and Furlong in the late 60s but remember little. If anyone has any information on this family I would be grateful

 on: December 22, 2014, 01:35:42 PM 
Started by RJCurran - Last post by RJCurran
I have some updated information.
My great grandparents were Patrick Curran  (1837-1921) and Catherine Laracy (1846-1932) - they lived in Cat's Cove but may have moved west to follow their daughter Johanna Costello as their headstones are at the RC church Woods Island.
Patrick and Catherine's children:
Anastasia (1876), Martin James (1874), Patrick M (1872), Ellen (1869) John J (1865), Johanna (1876), Catherine (1885) and Michael J (1892, my grandfather).
If anyone has any information on this line of Currans please contact me.

 on: December 22, 2014, 01:11:50 PM 
Started by Marilyn Teaff Barton - Last post by Matthew Holt
Hi recently tested as R1b-L21+Z16500+ on YSEQ.  And have just tested for the only known subgroup of Z16500+ which is Z17901+ and am awaiting results.  I am ordering a 67 marker yDNA test from FTDNA this week.  My oldest recorded paternal ancestor is a Thomas John Holt born 1825 in London, UK.  Have any other members of this project tested downstream of R1b-L21+ yet.

 on: December 21, 2014, 09:59:32 PM 
Started by Mike Forsythe - Last post by Mike Forsythe
I would also like to encourage all Forsyth/e Project Members to join their Haplogroup Projects, as within these Projects are Administrators that will assist you in any of your downstream SNP testing.
Of the top of my head within the Forsyth/e Project, we have the Haplogroups, R1B- U106. R1B U152, L21, and the Haplogroup I. If I am missing someone within another Haplogroup  let me know.

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