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Jean-Marie Vanier - Rébellion of 1837

"Jean-Marie Vanier was supposed to be hung following his imprisonment due to his involvment in the Rébellion of 1837. However, he was pardoned by the governor at the time (most likely Lord Durham). Our family was in Terrebonne, Quebec at the time (where he marries in 1846), so this story is not suprising since a battle of the rebellion occured in Terrebonne."

Yves Vanier, 2008-03-01

Last updated 2011-12-09. Jean-Yves Vanier

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