But you’re not alone…
This picture was found on the Internet.
It’s an Ojibwe woman carrying her child.
That’s exactly how Marie Dufaut’s mother looked like.
Kenogenini Mentosaky became known as Marie-Louise Brunelle when she was baptized back in Quebec.
You can see the name Brunelle crossed out by the priest in the margin when Marie Dufaut got married to Antoine Truteau.
Plenty of information can be found if you can read French as I do…
Brother and sister reuniting Rose and moi.
No pictures, just images from parish registers or census pages.
I could go on and on with all I found about Rose and moi, but I have invited Rose as an editor on my private Ancestry tree so she can indulge in her own ancestors.
Next time, who also has Ojibwe blood.
That’s the problem with this blog.
I started it in September 2009, and it refuses to die like our ancestors.
Bringing them to life, and linking the past generations to the present generations, and the present generations to the future ones.
Ancestors just waiting for their descendants in front of their computers to see how their ancestors looked like…
The problem with this blog is that I can’t stop searching for ancestors, and writing about them.