The long and winding road of Ron…

Ron Depatie was desperately searching for who had built la Maison Chaumont.

Ron thought Toussaint, the son of his ancestor Jacques Bélisle, had built la Maison Chaumont.

Nice job…

After Ron and I teamed up in our research, we believe that another Toussaint, the son of George Bélisle and Olivine Bélisle, built la Maison Chaumont. This Toussaint also built this house on 3rd Avenue…

Nice brick job… 

Ron who has some expertise in old houses renovation noticed something quite interesting.

The brick job was done by the same person.

Ron had to travel a long and winding road to find his roots, and he is still looking because when you start looking for your ancestors, they are everywhere.

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One thought on “The long and winding road of Ron…

  1. PIERRE,

    NO MATTER WHETHER I READ AN OLD BLOG OR A NEW ONE, YOUR SITE HERE IS STARTING TO GET A LOT OF DEJA VU IN IT.
    EVERY TIME I READ IT, I CAN SEE MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE RELATED FROM STE ANNE’S.

    I MIGHT ADD IT WOULD BE ALMOST TIME YOUR SITE GETS ITS OWN FORUM WHERE WE COULD ALL VISIT AT THE SAME TIME NIGHT OR DAY.

    GEE WIZZ, I THINK STE-ANNE IN THE GOOD OLD DAYS WAS A VERY CLOSE COMUNITY WHEN THEY ALL WERE RELATED AND KNEW EVERYONE.

    I CAN SEE IT HAPPENING AGAIN IN HERE.
    ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY.
    RON BELISLE DEPATIE .

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