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Seguin family in Quebec

Robert Lee Bell (View posts)
Posted: 936275455000
Looking for history on my mothers side. Her maiden name is Margaret Fleurette Seguin born March 19,1933 in Maniwaki, Que. Her parents names were Rose (born approx. 1880`s 1890`s) and Joseph (D.O.B unknown). Both were born and died in Quebec (Maniwaki).Any info about them would be helpful in my search about my family history.

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Wiliam J. Seguin (View posts)
Posted: 944475730000
My grandfather was William E. Seguin He was born in 1840 and died in 1906. Canada.
My family were French but moved to Illinois.
Can you tell me how to research him in Canada
databases etc.?

Canada research

Wiliam J. Seguin (View posts)
Posted: 944475861000
My great grandfather was William E. Seguin He was born in 1840 and died in 1906 in Canada. My family ancestry from France, to Canada, and around 1900 moved to Illinois.

Can you tell me how to research him in Canada
databases etc.?

Canada Seguin

Posted: 948910831000
Edited: 1069892787000
Hi there!
Im not a Seguin, but I do major research on the Seguin because I have many line that tie in. I also have many church records at home.
Your main man to ask for any Seguin Marriages is Rene Seguin.

Thanks, Doug Chartrand chartrand@easynet.ca

Re: Canada Seguin

Posted: 1072754873000
Classification: Query
I am looking for info on my ggrandfather, Albert John Seguin, who married Leah Saumier. I believe he was born 4/25/1894, and died in Minnesota 10/30/1979 Any info would be helpful. Thanks!! Wanda Larson

Re: Canada Seguin

William J Seguin (View posts)
Posted: 1072759780000
Classification: Query
My great grandfather came from Canada to Chicago, Illinois,
I moved to Colorado in 1962 USAF.
I looked at the Canada quebec White Pages on internet and their are many pages of Seguin. I went to Paris several times and their whites pages are three-four columns long. Look at USA whitepages and it lists many seguin's and sequin's........ Have fun for research.


Seguin, Mark & Robin From Minnesota
E-mail Address(es):
hardyboy@psinet.com
seguin@psinet.com
Personal Information:
Address:
50 Mountain Laurel
Littleton Co 80127
Phone: (303) 973-7116

Notes:
Not relative
From Minnesota

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Subject: Seguin translation



Now we know why you like the Germans so much.
Your name is from a German origin.


Seguin


This family name is French-Provencal (Provence is an area of the South
of France). This is originally patronymic, it means that it belongs to a
category of names derived from the father's first name, of the first
carrier of this family name. In this case, le name Seguin is exactly
the le same as the French first name Seguin.

In general, the last name Seguin imply that its first carrier was a
descendant of a man which first name was Seguin.
Seguin is from Germanic origin, formed of 2 different elements : the
word "sigi" which means victory, and "wine" which means friend.
so you can simply translate the name Seguin to "victory friend".

The most common variations of the name are Segui, Seguis, and the
forms "diminutives "(which is a French word to say make the name familiar
cute) dinimutives Seguineau, Seguignol and Seguigniol. All this names
originated in the Provence area, in the South of France.
Famous Seguin are: Marc Seguin, French Ingener, born at Annonay
(1786-1875), who invented the suspended bridge (1824), also invented
the tubular boiler ? (1827), also, in the "l'Armorial General Rietstap"
(http://freepages.family.rootsweb.com/~heraldry/page_rietstap...),
part of the french aristocratic families is registered a Seguin family
which founded it's ancestral "house" at Lyonnays. we also found reference
to a Seguin family at Fores, and an other citizen of Gascogne. the
descendants of this last one founded the "House of Guyenne. More research are in
progress, because the name appears earlier than the data mantionned
in this document. There is a town named Seguin in Texas, it was named to
honor a Colonel Juan Seguin, hero os the Texan revolution. An other
famous Seguin is a french psychiatri Edouard Seguin (1812-1880).

Re: Canada Seguin

Posted: 1072876464000
Classification: Query
Edited: 1116942455000
Surnames: Seguin Laderoute
I have an Albert Seguin in my database born abt. that time to a Jean Baptiste Seguin Laderoute and an Emma Seguin Laderoute (yes, Seguin Laderoute is her maiden name too). This Seguin family is from Quebec to Ogdensburg NY.

Their children were Desolina "Lena" Louise b. 11/11/1885, Joseph Ozada, Cleopha, Adian, Amelia Grace Alma, Edward, Oscar, William, Elizabeth, and Albert. I don't have birthdates on thes other children but safe to say Albert is born in the right time frame to possibly be your Albert.

The parents of Albert's father Jean Bap. are Eustache Seguin and Philomene (Fanny) Duquette. The parents of Emma Seguin, Albert's mother, are Abraham Seguin Laderoute and Melanie ??? unknown surname possibly Seguin too.

Abraham and Melanie's daughter Marie Mathilde Seguin Laderoute married Francis William Belanger at my family church, Notre Dame RC Church, Ogdensburg, NY. That is how I come to have this Seguin family in my database. My aunt married a Seguin, Seguin's were a part of our family since the early 1800's.

Some of these Seguins also went by Laderoute, Sayers, Sayer, Sears, and Sawyer at times. I would look for those names if you are at a brick wall. Some moved to Tonawanda, NY, where I now live, and some later went to Detroit. My aunt and her husband went to Rose de Lima outside Ottawa. They used the name Seguin, Sayers, and Laderoute at various times which is why it took me forever to find them. Laderoute is their "dit" name.

If this doesn't help you, I hope it helps someone!! Seguin is a very common name but as far as I know, the Seguins in Northern NY pretty much are all connected to the same family.

Teresa

Re: Canada Seguin

James Allan McDonald (View posts)
Posted: 1072921667000
Classification: Query
Do you know the parents' names of your Alfred John Séguin? Or where your Alfred John was born? His death certificate might give you his parents' names and his place of birth. If you are able to get back one generation further, I may be able to help you tie your Séguins into an established pedigree. I have a number of resources at my disposal.

Re: Canada Seguin

Jackie Banks (View posts)
Posted: 1072969344000
Classification: Query
Please check my site.....familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/a/n/Jackie-Banks....Good Luck

Re: Canada Seguin

Wanda Larson (View posts)
Posted: 1074480363000
Classification: Query
I am still searching for information about my maternal great grand-father. His name was John Emery Seguin. I first believed his name to be Albert John, but that was his son, with my great-grandmother, Leah Saumier Seguin. Does anyone know of a Seguin family who took in a young boy and adopted him....that is my g grandfather.... Hope to hear from someone!!! Wanda Larson
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