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ACHINTRE, Auguste – Journalist in Haiti and in Canada – Born in 1834 in Becanon, France – Died June 25, 1886 in Montreal, Quebec – (Obit. 86).

BAUDRY, Isidore (Rev., R.C.) - Born March 17, 1813 at Luçon, Vendee, France – Died April 17, 1884 in Montreal, Quebec – He came to Canada in 1849. – (Obit. 84).

BEAUDOIRE, Edouard – a Frenchman, lately arrived in Canada – Died June 12, 1878 in Quebec City – Killed in a labour riot when the troops fire on the mob – (JRO 78).

BILLION, L. L. (Rev., R.C.) – Born in 1814 in France – Died August 3, 1882 in Quebec – (Obit. 82).

BLAIN de ST. AUBIN, Emm. – Litterateur – Born in 1833 at Rennes, France – Died July 8, 1883 in Ottawa, Ontario – He had resided in Canada for the past 20 years. – (Obit. 83).

BONISSANT, Mathurin-Claude-Louis (Rev., R.C.) – Born in 1816 at Nantes, France – Died November 14, 1886 in Montreal, Quebec – He came to Montreal in 1847 – (Obit. 86).

BOUCHER de MONTIZAMBERT, Edward Louis – Law Clerk to the Senate of Canada (1867) – Born September 23, 1811 in Quebec – Died January 17, 1882 in Quebec – He was descended, through his mother, Miss Taylor (born in Quebec in 1777) from U.E. Loyalists, his maternal grand-father having taken refuge in Canada in 1776. His paternal ancestor, an educated colonist from Perche, France, Pierre Boucher, received from Louis XIV a patent of nobility, on 17 June, 1707, for services rendered the French Crown in the colony, as early as 1639. Pierre Boucher, a son of Gaspar Boucher, who came to Quebec in 1635, was apptd. twice Governor of Three Rivers under the French Régime (…). From this celebrated Canadian worthy, Governor Pierre Boucher, have sprung a number of descendants : – Boucher de Niverville, Boucher de la Bruère, Boucher de la Broquerie, Boucher de Grosbois, Boucher de Boucherville, Boucher de Montizambert, or Mont-Isambert – (Obit. 82, see page 351).

BOUCHY, Pierre Hy. (Rev. R.C.) – Born November 3, 1818 at Metz, France – Died July 3, 1886 at Metz, France – Came to Quebec in 1842 – (Obit. 86).

BRAUN, Antoine Nicholas (Rev., of the Order of Jesus) – Born February 5, 1815 at St. Avold, Lorraine (then in Prussia, today in France) – Died February 1, 1885 at Sault-aux-Recollets, Montreal, Quebec – He came to Canada in 1851. – (Obit. 85).

BURPEE, Isaac (Hon.) – M.P. for St. John, N. B., in the House of Commons, and long a prominent merchant in St. John – Born November 28, 1825 at Sheffield, New Brunswick – Died March 1, 1885 in New York City, U.S.A. – He was descended from a Huguenot family, that, driven out of France by religious persecution about the year 1570, took refuge in England, and subsequently, in 1622 or thereabouts, emigrated to America, where they joined the little colony of Puritans already formed at Massachusetts Bay. He removed to St. John in 1848. – (Obit. 85).

CAMPION, Augustin Siméon (Rev., R.C.) – Born February 18, 1811 at Hérien-Liétard, Arras, France – Died June 10, 1886 in Montreal, Quebec – He went to the U.S.A. in 1841 and came to Canada in 1856. – (Obit. 86).

CARTIER, Joséphine (Mdlle) – Died March 19, 1886 at Cannes, France – She was residing at Cannes with her mother. She was the eldest daughter of the late Sir Geo. E. Cartier, Bart., formerly Premier of the Province of Canada. The remains were brought to Montreal, Quebec and placed along side those of the deceased baronet in Côte des Neiges cemetery. – (Obit. 86).

CAVERHILL, John – a Montreal merchant – Born February 1819 in Jedburgh, Scotland – Died January 12, 1882 at Nice, France – Came to Canada with his brother Thomas, in 1831. He had been absent from the country since 1865 owing to ill-health – (Obit. 82).

CHEVALIER, Henri Emile – French Litterateur – Died September, 1879 in Paris, France aged about 55 – He left France after the coup d'etat in 1851, and proceeded to Montreal, Quebec. He returned to Paris in 1860 – (Obit. 79).

CONNILLEAU, Rev. P., SJ. – Born in France – Died April 1, 1879, Ste. Victoire d'Arthabaska, Quebec aged 68 – He was the son of a soldier of Napoleon 1st(Obit. 79).

CRÉMAZIE, Joseph Octave – French Canadian poet – Born April 16, 1830 in Quebec City – Died January 16, 1879, Havre, France – (Obit. 79).

De LONGUEUIL, Charles Irwin Grant – Died February 26, 1879, at Ste. Helene, Pau, Basses Pyrenees, France – He is succeeded in the title, which was originally granted to their ancestor, Chas. Lemoine, in 1699, by his eldest son, Chas. Cullamore Grant, formerly of the ''Victoria Rifles,'' Montreal– (Obit. 79).

De MIRABEL, Cyprien Costafrolaz, a Savoyard – Died December 13, 1878, St. Johns, Quebec – Executed for the murder of Mathieu Mathevon, a silk merchant from Lyons, France, in July last, in the neighbourhood of Rouse's Point. He dies protesting his innocence – (JRO 78).

DELEAGE, François Regis (Rev., R.C.) – Native of France – Died August 1, 1884 in Ottawa, Ontario, aged 63 – He was the founder of the village of Maniwaki (Quebec). – (Obit. 84).

DUMOULIN, Théophile – A Frenchman – Died July 3, 1885 in Montreal, Quebec aged 65 – Burned to deaht in his bed having been smoking, when he fell asleep, and so set fire to the bedclothes. – (JRO 85).

GAUTHIER, Frederic – Formerly Consul General of France in Canada – Died March, 1878 in France – (Obit. 78).

GORDON, John – Head of the extensive mercantile firm of Gordon, Mackay & Co., of Toronto, Ontario – Born 1828 at Latheron, Caithness, Scotland – Died May 29, 1882 at Paris, France – Came to Canada when 13 years of age. His remains were brought to Toronto for interment – (Obit. 82).

GRANT de LONGUEUIL, Charles Irwin – Died February 26, 1879, at Ste. Helene, Pau, Basses Pyrenees, France – He is succeeded in the title, which was originally granted to their ancestor, Chas. Lemoine, in 1699, by his eldest son, Chas. Cullamore Grant, formerly of the ''Victoria Rifles,'' Montreal– (Obit. 79, see p. 396).

GREEN, E. G. (Capt.), of Montreal, Quebec – Died August 6, 1886 near Bordeaux, France – Suicide by shooting

HAMILTON, George (Rev.) (Church of Eng.) – Born January 18, 1850 in Quebec – Died May 6, 1880, South of France – Took a severe cold, in 1879, from the effects of which he never recovered – Eldest son of Robt. Hamilton, Esq., of the firm of Hamilton Bros., Hawkesbury and Quebec. He married in 1870, Grace Julia, second daughter of the late A. Davidson Parker, Esq., of Montreal. – (Obit. 80-81).

IBBOTSON, Benjamn – Emigration Agent for the Province of Quebec at Montreal – Born May 23, 1820 at Versailles, France – Died July 18, 1882 in Montreal, Quebec – (Obit. 82).

JAMOT, Jean François (Rt. Rev., R.C.) – Bishop of Peterborough, Ontario (1882-86) – Born June 23, 1828 at Châtelard, France – Died May 4, 1886 at Peterborough, Ontario. He came to Canada in 1855. – (Obit. 86).

JARVIS, Frances (Miss) – Toronto vocalist – Died March 29, 1879, Cannes, France aged 24 – Died of consumption – (Obit. 79).

LEPERS, Francis Joseph (Rev.), O.M.I – Director of the Ecclesiastical Seminary of Ottawa – Born in 1832 in France – Died November 28, 1878 in Montreal, Quebec – He came to Canada in 1865 – (Obit. 78).

MAILLEY, Jules (Rev., R.C.) – Curé of Berthier en haut, Quebec – Died August 30, 1884 at Paris, France – (Obit. 84).

MARIE, Louis – Colporteur of the French Can. Missionary Society – Native of Normandy – Died July 23, 1883 near St. Laurent, Quebec, aged 85 – (Obit. 83).

MATHEVON, Mathieu – Silk merchant from Lyons, France – Died July, 1878, neighbourhood (in Quebec?) of Rouse's Point (New York?) – Murdered. Cyprien Costafrolaz de Mirabel, a Savoyard, is executed at St. Johns, Quebec, on December 13th, 1878 for the murder – (JRO 78).

MONTIZAMBERT, Charles Nathaniel – Registrar of the Co. of Quebec (1845) – Born October 26, 1810 in Quebec City – Died April 1, 1885 in Quebec City – He was a descendant of Pierre Boucher, an early French settler of New France, who camew to this country ith his father in 1635, and was afterwards ennobled by Louis XIV of France. He married in 1843 Helen Elizabeth Terrot, youngest daughter of the late Hon. Matthew Bell, formerly of Northumberland, England, and lattery of Three Rivers, Quebec. – (Obit. 85).

MONTIZAMBERT, Edward Louis – Law Clerk to the Senate of Canada (1867) – Born September 23, 1811 in Quebec – Died January 17, 1882 in Quebec – He was descended, through his mother, Miss Taylor (born in Quebec in 1777) from U.E. Loyalists, his maternal grand-father having taken refuge in Canada in 1776. His paternal ancestor, an educated colonist from Perche, France, Pierre Boucher, received from Louis XIV a patent of nobility, on 17 June, 1707, for services rendered the French Crown in the colony, as early as 1639. Pierre Boucher, a son of Gaspar Boucher, who came to Quebec in 1635, was apptd. twice Governor of Three Rivers under the French Régime (…). From this celebrated Canadian worthy, Governor Pierre Boucher, have sprung a number of descendants : – Boucher de Niverville, Boucher de la Bruère, Boucher de la Broquerie, Boucher de Grosbois, Boucher de Boucherville, Boucher de Montizambert, or Mont-Isambert – (Obit. 82).

MORIN, Pierre Louis – Late Director of the Cadastre Office, Quebec (1874-80) – Born February 21, 1811 at Nonancourt, France – Died September 5, 1886 at St. Henri de Mascouche, Quebec – He removed from France to Canada in 1836. – (Obit. 86).

MOSS, Thomas (Hon.), M.A. – Chief Justice of Ontario (1878) – Born August 20, 1836 at Cobourg, Ontario – Died January 4, 1881, Nice, South of France – Serious illness, which ultimately led to his death – He married in 1863 Amy, eldest daughter of the late Hon. Justice Sullivan, of Toronto. The remains of the late Chief Justice were brought from Nice, and interred in the St. James' Cemetery, Toronto – (Obit. 80-81).

REGOURD, Louis (Rev., R.C.) – Born in 1807 at Viviers, Ardeches, France – Died April 23, 1884 in Montreal, Quebec – He came to Canada in 1850, taking up his residence in Montreal. – (Obit. 84).

TABARET, Jos. Hy. (Rev.), D.D. – Superior of the College of Ottawa (1867-86) – Born April 10, 1828 at Marcellin, Dept. d'Isère, France – Died February 28, 1886 in Ottawa, Ontario – Died suddenly – Ordained in Ottawa in 1850. – (Obit. 86).

TISSOT, J. (Very Rev.), O.M.I. – Vicar-General of St. Boniface – Native of Normandy, France – Died August 4, 1885 at St. Boniface, Manitoba aged 60 – He came to Canada early in life. – (Obit. 85).

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