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Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Found A Tidbit MORE On Paul Wilson Pouliot's Genealogical Ancestry:

On August 27, 2007 Paul Wilson Pouliot Cowasuck Band/ COWASS North America wrote to Kim L. Pouliot of New London, Connecticut, "We have the whole Pouliot family tree 12 generations (and many pictures and documents) from the first Charles. There were many different Indian (Abenaki, Pennacook, Huron, Mohawk, Maliseet, Micmac, Algonquin, etc.) lines that are within our family tree. More than likely you have at least one line, but we would have to see your whole tree including supporting documents to help you determine if we are related through the Indian relations. You may get lucky if you can provide the last four or so generations to see if we can connect you to the family groups that we already have on record.
It is too bad that were not at the Mashantucket Pequot (Foxwoods) Schmitzun event, our Cowasuck Band was there all last week. But, we will be in CT again soon, we are having a Fall Pow Wow in East Windsor, CT on October 6-8 at the CT Trolley Museum, you may want to come to it to meed some Abenaki family relations at that event. We have found many other Pouliots with Indian roots and family stories during such events such as these. You may want to check out our website at www. cowasuck.org for more information about the Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook - Abenaki People. Paul Pouliot 08/27/07.

On August 28, 2007 Paul Wilson Pouliot wrote to Kim L. Pouliot again stating, "Kwai + Hello. There are two Pierres in my immediate family tree. The most recent Pierre was married to Bridgette Lebrun-Carrier at St. Gervais, PQ, 20 August 1821. His father was also Pierre and his marriage was to Genevieve Therrien also at St. Gervais, PQ, July 19, 1796. He may also be our same grandXfather.
If I were you, I would research the Dickinson side of the family as well, Indians usually married within other related Indian families and NB had many Micmac families with European type names. Paul Pouliot 8/28/07. 

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