Am researching Louis Remo, who called his wife, Biddy (Bridget?) and gold-mined in the area of Swastika, Ontario, according to his two letters mailed to his nephew in Oregon.
Louis was French/Canadian/Indian and his parents, Louis and Agnes Eusebe Remo, settled in Michigan's Delta County but Louis, Jr. spoke mainly French and preferred to live in Canada. Any information will be greatly appreciated. His brother, John, my grandfather, left Delta County and settled in Rhinelander, Wisconsin, in Oneida County. One of his sisters married Cyrille Chartrand, had 9 children, and when she was widowed at the age of 49, she left Manistique and homesteaded in Oregon's Snowqualmie Valley with her son, Edmond. Her maiden name was Corinne Remo and she has been listed in some links incorrectly as Corinne Ramon.