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Uncle (#47004025)
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DAVID BLAISE
RE: Nelson
ok I will see if I can find it
Added by DAVID BLAISE on Aug 13, 2017 4:49 PM
DAVID BLAISE
RE: Nelson
MY MOTHERE WAS FROM TI STONE ABARE WELLS.
Added by DAVID BLAISE on Aug 13, 2017 9:57 AM
DAVID BLAISE
RE: Nelson
he would be my fathers cuz my fathers name is Reginald Blaise. frank was his father grand father was Andrew Blaise where do you live???
Added by DAVID BLAISE on Aug 12, 2017 7:29 PM
DAVID BLAISE
RE: Nelson
sorry it was nelson h. my fathers uncle
Added by DAVID BLAISE on Aug 12, 2017 2:20 PM
DAVID BLAISE
RE: Nelson
nelson was my fathers uncle
Added by DAVID BLAISE on Aug 12, 2017 2:16 PM
DAVID BLAISE
RE: Nelson
who are you ???
Added by DAVID BLAISE on Jul 26, 2017 3:55 PM
Mike D.
RE: Provencher/Savard
Thank you very much for your continual contributions.

Mike
Your almost-confirmed cousin, six times removed, in San Diego, California.
Added by Mike D. on Sep 04, 2014 9:46 AM
Mike D.
RE: Provencher/Savard
The veracity of inexpensive DNA tests seems to be questionable. Too few subsets are checked and too many "other" results. Besides, I have a suspected Penobscot woman for a 4th great grandmother on my maternal grandfather's side of my family that adds to the confusion.

If any of these mystery ancestors were tied to casino money my relatives would be scrambling to confirm a Native blood quantum.
Added by Mike D. on Sep 03, 2014 3:41 PM
Mike D.
RE: Your Alexis Provencher
Please have a look at the obit I've posted at memorial 101361078 for Joseph Provencher. His possible Sioux ancestry is mentioned.

Unknown if Joseph himself claimed Sioux ancestry or it was rumored. My maternal grandmother was Joseph's granddaughter. She had noticeable Native American features as did two of her children. Her third child, my mother, did not have these features nor do any of my siblings.

Most of my relatives from New England are Protestants, and many have remarked that years ago (and maybe today) it was unspeakable to admit to two things in their part of the world; having Indian blood and being Catholic. Poor Joseph!
Added by Mike D. on Sep 03, 2014 12:50 PM
Mike D.
RE: Your Alexis Provencher
Does the bio information I have listed at memorial 102407513 correspond with what you know of this family line?

Is your grandfather the one I have in this same bio listed at Paulin, born 1823?

It would be great to find a cousin from the Provencher family, although I've always had trouble understanding how my great grandfather Joseph Provencher considered himself to be Sioux and yet the ancestors he claimed seemed to be clearly French. Maybe my grandfather was adopted by Alexis Provencher or was perhaps a love child of Alexis.
Added by Mike D. on Sep 03, 2014 12:13 PM
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