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History of Sandy Lake and Deer Lake First Nations Ontario

A History of Deer Lake First Nation      In 1910, Robert Fiddler, the son of Jack, signed Treaty 5 at the east end of Deer Lake, and the Deer Lake First Nation began its formal relationship with the Government of Canada and the British Crown. The Fiddlers and many others soon left for better farming […]

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Ruth 2:1-23: God Packages The Gift of the Gospel to Heighten Our Joy When We Meet Christ

God Packages The Gift of the Gospel to Heighten Our Joy When We Meet Christ (A message inspired by the notes take when listening to a message by Pastor *Jesse-Meekins* at KBC in Sycamore Illinois. 12-6-20) Ruth 2:1-23                                                                Kevin E. Jesmer Key verse 2: 15-17                                            12-13-20 “When she rose to glean, Boaz instructed his young men, […]

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Paswegin Ladies’ Curling Club Songs 1951

Curling was a big deal in Paswegin. My grandmother Alice loved curling. Some say that she had a hand in the production of these songs.

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Clair Robinson from Paswegin Saskatchewan

Memories of Clair Robinson Pat Jesmer-Shea Gloria Hart Jesmer Just wondering if there are any photos of Clair Robinson or his home. Quite a neighborhood character. Still think he was amazing in that his mind was so sharp and he had such a crazy sense of humour. Gloria Hart Jesmer Yes im on it. Gloria […]

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The Jesmer Immigrant Ancestor: Louis Laurent Duhaut dit Jasmin and His Second Wife, Marie Madeleine Ducorps St. Medard

The Jesmer Immigrant Ancestor: Louis Laurent Duhaut dit Jasmin and His Second Wife, Marie Madeleine Ducorps St. Medard  Louis Laurent Duhaut dit Jasmin Born: 1731 – FRANCE Marr: 24 APR 1769 – Montreal, Quebec, Canada Died: 7 APR 1802 – Stormont, Ontario, Canada Father: Louis Laurent Duhault dit Jasmin Mother: Antoinette Joachim Other Spouses: Marie Genevieve Serat Coguillard (married in […]

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Getting to know the community of Koocheching NW Ontario

Getting to know the community of Koocheching NW Ontario. Info page on Koocheching First Nation In the northern boreal forest, about a one-hour plane ride north of Sioux Lookout. Do not confuse Koocheching First Nation with Couchiching First Nation. Both are in Ontario. return to the communities page Link to the Windigo alliance of communities […]

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Newspapers of the Jesmer Clan in Greenbush Township Minnesota 1891-93

Newspapers of the Jesmer Clan in Greenbush Township/Princeton Minnesota 1891-93. Joseph A Jesmer Link to Joseph A. and Mary Ann Jesmer page 1874 to January 1878 1878 to 1879 ; 1879-1881; 1891-92; The following are scans of newspaper articles about the Jesmer clan who lived in Princeton MN and Greenbush MN. The article span 1875 to […]

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1890’s Kline Creek Historical Farm. Outlying buildings and fields.

1890’s Kline Creek Historical Farm. Outlying buildings and fields. This is an 1890’s farm house in West Chicago Illinois. It was built by the Kline family in the 1880’s. It is furnished for the 1890’s. They were a German Catholic family from New York. They were a Midwestern farm family of moderate means. I included […]

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Information on the ship that brought my Polish grandfather, Leon Sawicki, from the “old Country” in the Ukraine to Dauphin Manitoba Canada.

Information on the ship that brought my Polish grandfather, Leon Sawicki, from the “old Country” in the Ukraine to Dauphin Manitoba Canada. Link to Leon Sawicki main page Link to Joseph Sawicki, Leon’s father. Link to Jesmer Family History page. The S.S. Prussia entering St John’s Newfoundland. “The three ships were the were the S.S. […]

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The History of the Walloon People in Belgium. Jean Philippe Soquet was Walloon.

The History of the Walloon People in Belgium. Jean Philippe Soquet was Walloon. Link to original article  In Wisconsin: it is estimated that between 5,000 and 7,500 Brabantines and Hesbignons answered the call of the New World from 1852 to 1856. Algoma, Brussels, Casco, Forestville, Green Bay, Kewaunee, Luxemburg, Namur, Sturgeon Bay (Françoise L’Empereur found […]

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