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Canada - Census 1871
Canada - Census 1871
Quebec, District 110 Soulanges
Sus-district Paroisse St Zotique
Page 57 
 
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Canada - Census 1871
Canada - Census 1871
Canada Census 1871
Quebec, District 112 Chateauguay
Sous-district B St Antoine
Page 5 
 
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Canada - Census 1871
Canada - Census 1871
Canada Census of 1871
Province de Quebec, District Chateauguay Est
Sous-District B. Saint-Antoine
Page 11 
 
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Canada - Census 1891
Canada - Census 1891
Census of Canada, Quebec, 147 Chateauguay, Paroisse of Tres-Saint-Sacrement, page 26. 
 
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Canada Census - 1871
Canada Census - 1871
Province de Quebec, District 110 Soulanges
Sous-district Paroisse St Zotique
Page 56 
 
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Canada Census - 1891
Canada Census - 1891
Census of Canada 1891, Quebec, 147 Chateauguay, Parish of Tres Saint Sacrement, page 26 
 
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Canada Census 1851
Canada Census 1851
Andre Soucisse; his wife Catherine; children Sophie, Louis, Maria, Joachim, and Emilie; his sister Madeleine. 
 
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Canada Census 1851
Canada Census 1851
Theophile Neveu, farmer; his wife Esther Soucisse, their children Leocadie, Rosalie, and Joseph. 
 
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Canada Census 1851
Canada Census 1851
Joseph Soucisse, his wife Henriette Charbonneau, their children Manuel, Henri, Rose-de-Lima, and Melanie. 
 
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Canada Census 1851 -
Canada Census 1851 -
Jean Soucisse; his wife Aglae Therrien; children Aglae and Jean-Baptiste. 
 
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Canada Census 1852
Canada Census 1852
Aveline, Appoline, age 23 (line 24)
Aveline, Delima age 15 (line 25) 
 
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Canada Census 1871
Canada Census 1871
Quebec, District of West Ottawa, Township of Templeton:
Page 18, lines 5 to 10: Jean Baptiste Soucisse, his wife Eloise, their children Jean Baptiste and Eloise. According to the census return, they are living in the same dwelling as Zotique Belanger and his wife Marie. 
 
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Canada Census 1891
Canada Census 1891
Census of Canada 1891, Quebec, 147 Chateauguay, Parish of Tres-Saint-Sacrement, page 27 
 
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Canada Census 1911
Canada Census 1911
New Brunswick, Madawaska, Paroisse de Saint-Andre
Thomas Soucy, grandson of Alexandre Levesque (lines 23-26) 
 
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Canada Census 1911
Canada Census 1911
New Brunswick, Madawaska, Saint-Hilaire
Vital Soucy and family (line 39-45);
Flavie Soucy, wife of Thomas Roy, and her sister (lines 18-25);
Honore Soucy and family (lines 11-14).
 
 
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Canada Census 1911
Canada Census 1911
New Bunswick, Madawaska, Town of Grand Falls - P. 10
George Soucy and family (lines 13-16) 
 
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Canada Census 1911
Canada Census 1911
Kingsclear, York, New Brunswick, Canada (p.5)
James Soucie and wife Phoebe Goodine (lines 37 and 38) 
 
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Canada Census 1911
Canada Census 1911
Quebec, Drummond/Arthabaska, Maddington Township, Daveluy, p.2
Ernest Soucy & family (lines 35-46);
Nil Soucis & family (part) (lines 47-50) 
 
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Canada Census 1921
Canada Census 1921
Saint-Chrysostome, Chateauguay
Lines 47-49: Henry Hemond, his wife Marie Louise, and son Albert. 
 
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Canada Census 1921
Canada Census 1921
Chateauguay, Huntingdon, Tres-Saint-Sacrement
Lines 39-41: Joachim Soucisse, his wife Rosalba Francoeur, his daugher Carmen.
Line 48-50: Joachim Soucisse, his wife Marie Varin, his son Raoul. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Essx North, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Canada Census 1921 - Essx North, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
Lines 12-18: Hemond, George; his wife Clara (Rheaume), children Charles, Wilfrid, Bertha, and Alice; also lives with them nephew Arthur Prud'homme. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Hebertville, Quebec
Canada Census 1921 - Hebertville, Quebec
Lines 34-36: Hemond, Thomas-Louis; his wife Elizabeth, and daughter Jeaanne-D'Arc. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Hebertville, Quebec, Canada
Canada Census 1921 - Hebertville, Quebec, Canada
Lines 17-19: Charles Hemond, his wife Amelia, and daughter Anna-Marie. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Levis, Quebec.
Canada Census 1921 - Levis, Quebec.
Lines 19-20: Baptiste Emond, his wife Celina. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - N.D. de Lourdes, Quebec, Canada
Canada Census 1921 - N.D. de Lourdes, Quebec, Canada
Lines 1-6: Egilde Soucis, his wife Edouardina, daughter Marianne, and sons Morisse, Robert, and Raymond;
Lines 7-11: Telesphore Soucy, his wife Elmira, daughters Jeanette and Lucille, son Paul-Emile. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Papineau, Quartier Sainte-Marie, Montreal
Canada Census 1921 - Papineau, Quartier Sainte-Marie, Montreal
Eugene Emond, son epouse Angelina (Trottier), his son Marcel. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Paroisse Saint-Romuald, Levis, Quebec, Canada
Canada Census 1921 - Paroisse Saint-Romuald, Levis, Quebec, Canada
Xavier Emond, his wife Delima, and children Donat, Marie Louise, Marie Anne, & Georgiana. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Plantagenet-Sud, Prescott, Ontario
Canada Census 1921 - Plantagenet-Sud, Prescott, Ontario
Lines 3-6: Hemond, Moise; his father, Olivier; his brother Louis, and Louis's wife Marie-Ange. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Saint-Jacques, Madawaska, New Brunswick
Canada Census 1921 - Saint-Jacques, Madawaska, New Brunswick
Lines 4-9: Henri Hemond, his wife Josephine, and children Henry, Delia, Anita, and Frank. 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Saint-Malachie, Ormstown, Chateauguay, Quebec
Canada Census 1921 - Saint-Malachie, Ormstown, Chateauguay, Quebec
Line 50: Soucisse, Theodore
(His wife and family on the following page) 
 
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Canada Census 1921 - Saint-Malachie, Ormstown, Chateauguay, Quebec
Canada Census 1921 - Saint-Malachie, Ormstown, Chateauguay, Quebec
Lines 1 - 3: Corona (wife of Theodore Soucisse), her daughters Denise and Georgina.
(Husband Theodore listed on previous page) 
 
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Canada Census 1931 - Armstrong Township, Temiscaming, Ontario
Canada Census 1931 - Armstrong Township, Temiscaming, Ontario
Line 29 - Soucisse, Joseph 
 
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Canada Census of 1911
Canada Census of 1911
Alberta, Edmonton
Edouard Soucy, boarder (line 6) 
 
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Canada Census of 1911
Canada Census of 1911
New Brunswick, Madawaska
Alcime Lizotte, his wife Marie Soucie, children, and sister-in-law Laura Soucie;
Rosanna Soucy, niece of Damase Lizotte. 
 
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Census - 1825 - Canada
Census - 1825 - Canada
District Name: Cornwallis, Sub-District Name: Kamouraska
Soucie, Jean Baptiste;
Soucie, Francois Benoni.

 
 
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Census - 1825 - Canada
Census - 1825 - Canada
District Name: Cornwallis, Sub-District Name: St. Andre (Kamouraska)
Soucie, Benjamin;
Soucie, Raphael;
Soucie, Andre ("the father").
 
 
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Census - 1825 - Canada
Census - 1825 - Canada
District Name: Cornwallis, Sub-District Name: Kamouraska, p.30
Soucie, Charlemagne 
 
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Census - 1825 - Canada
Census - 1825 - Canada
District Name: Cornwallis, Sub-District Name: Ste. Anne, Ixworth Township.
Soucie, Michel;
Soucie, Charles.
 
 
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Census - 1825 - Canada
Census - 1825 - Canada
District Name: Cornwallis, Sub-District Name: Cacouna - p.92
Soucy, Andre;
Soucy, Firmin 
 
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Census - 1825 - Canada
Census - 1825 - Canada
District Name: Cornwallis
Sub-District Name: Rivière-du-Loup, Ile-aux-Lièvres, Chemin du Lac, Témiscouata - p.84
Soucie, Gabriel;
Soucie, Charles;
Soucie, Alexandre;
Soucie, Michel;
Soucy, Celestin. 
 
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Census - 1825 - Canada
Census - 1825 - Canada
District Name: Cornwallis, Sub-District Name: Île-Verte - p.98
Soucy, Germain  
 
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Census - 1851 - Canada
La Prairie
Census - 1851 - Canada La Prairie
La Nativite de Notre-Dame, page 83 
 
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Census - 1851 - Canada
Census - 1851 - Canada
District Beauharnois, Sub District Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, page 31. Elmire Lazure, daughter of Pierre lazure and Domiltilde Gervais. Parents and siblings are found at bottom of previous page. 
 
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Census - 1851 - Canada
Census - 1851 - Canada
District Beauharnois, Sub-District Saint-Jean-Chrysostome, page 29. Pierre Lazure, farmer; his wife Domitilde Gervais, and three children Cyrille, Flavie, and Toussaint. Fourth child Elmire is recorded at the top of the next page.  
 
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Census - 1851 - Canada
Census - 1851 - Canada
Quebec, District 1 - Beauharnois, Sub District 14, ​St. Jean Chrysostôme, page 9. Pierre Lazure, farmer; his wife Marguerite Brault, and two children Napoleon and Jean-Baptiste  
 
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Census - 1851 - Canada
Census - 1851 - Canada
District of Chambly, Sub District of Laprairie, Paroisse de La nativite de Notre Dame, page 53. Louis Breault, farmer, and his wife Flavie Lazure. 
 
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Census - 1851 - Canada
Census - 1851 - Canada
District unknown. Edouard Lazure and brother Joseph Lazure from sainte-Martine, farmers. 
 
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Census - 1851 - Canada
Census - 1851 - Canada
District unknown. Moyse Dame, his wife Sophie Lazure and 3 children Zotique, Sophie, and Medard 
 
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Census - 1851 - Canada
Census - 1851 - Canada
Canada East / Chambly (county) / 57 Chambly parish [St. Joseph de ... / p. 5d, 6a, (11) 
 
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Census - 1851 - Canada
Census - 1851 - Canada
College de Chambly.
John and Michael Dunn were listed twice on the Canada Census of 1852. Once at their home, and once as students at College de Chambly. 
 

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