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A genealogical register of the Morang & Morong family originating in Maine : containing an account of Francis Morang (François Morin, b. ca.1742) his wife Rosalie Forest, the first of the family, their forebears, and their descendants

compiled and authored by the late William Henry Morong ; typed and edited by a son, Dana Morong
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English
Madbury, New Hampshire : D. Morong, 2003
  • 416 p. : ill., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
  • 1 CD-ROM ; 4 3/4 in.
2nd ed.

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François Morin (John Francis Morong) was baptized at St-François-du-Sud, near Montmagny, Québec, on 10 Feb. 1742. He was the son of Jacques Morin and Therese Quemleur-Laflamme. He died 1829 at Lubec, Washington Co., Maine. He married 1761 Rosalie Forest (b. ca.1744). She was born in Acadia, probably Beaubassin, the daughter of François Forest and Marie-Josephte Girouard. They were parents of eleven children. The family migrated southwesterly along the New Brunswick coast, settling finally in Trescott and Lubec, Washington County, Maine. Descendants live in Maine, New Hampshire, and elsewhere.

Bibliography: p. 360-369

Includes an ancestors index and a descendants index.

Includes Aldrich, Blackington, Cooper, DeForest, Dudley, Estey, Fowler, Hobart, Kelley, Maclean, Morin, Mulholland, Owen, Parker, Raleigh, Ramsdell, Robinson, Thayer, Trafton and related families.

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