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In researching my French Canadian Ancestors who left Quebec in 1840s for Ontario, their names were HORRRIBLY mis spelt,. Was Nobler Berno french Canadian by any chance?
Nobler looks alot like Norbert to me. "o" could be eau, so Berneau. Just guessing.
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Nobler was born in Canada on Aug.16, 1821. Lived in Stone Mills, or Moscow,Lennox and Addington counties. Married in 1851,came to Vt. About 1852.
Who did he marry? Where in Vermont did he live?
As far as him being French Canadian ... I did not find anyone who was name Berno or Berneau in the Drouin Collection of Quebec Vital Records (from the parish registers) on Ancestry, although there were a number of Bruneau's.
I also checked in the P.R.D.H. database of Quebec Vital Records at the Universite de Montreal ... it said that the name Berno is not found in any of their records, on any date. I tried Berneau, and the response was "no data." So it seems that he was not likely to have been born in Quebec.
Yes, he only spoke French when he immigrated to Vt. and I assume the spelling of his name was phonetic.
Thanks for the interest.
Nobler was born on Aug 16,1821 in Moscow or little Mosco, Fr Canada. Ontario? He died on Feb.14,1922 in Northfield Falls,Vermont. Death certificate found under Nolla Burno. He married Zola or Lazoe McKensey or McKinsley in 1851 or 1852 presumably in Canada. She was born Aug. 16,1829 in Moscow, Ontario and died Sept. 17,1917 in Northfield Falls,Vt.
1910 federal census says married 58 yrs (about 58 yrs.) with 7/7 children living.They immigrated around 1853.
Nobler married Zoa or Lazoa McKensey or McKinsley in 1851 and immigrated to Vt. In 1852. He lived in Moretown and Northfield and died on Feb 14, 1922 in Northfield Falls, Vt.
Try Bruneau. That's my guess.
More name ideas? Norbert (first name), and last name: Bernard or Bruneau