LUNENBURG FOUNDING FAMILIES

EMONEAU
other spellings:
EMANAUD, EMEANEAU, Emeneau, EMENAU, EMENEAU, Emenaud, EMENO, EMENOE, EMENOT, Eminaud, EMINEAU, EMINO, EMINOE, Eminot, Emmaud, Emmenaud, Emmeneau, EMMOINEAU, EMMONEAU, Emmoneaud, Emmono, Emoineau, EMNO, Emonaud, Emonau, Emonaut, Emouno, Emonno, EMOUNOD, EMOUNOT

SOME DOCUMENTS WHERE THIS FAMILY NAME HAS BEEN CITED
"Nova Scotia Immigrants" p 78 [NS2]
"Planters & Pioneers" p 115 [PP2]
"The Foreign Protestants" p 290 [FP2]
"History of the County of Lunenburg" p 51, 70, 285, 501, 502, 503 [HL2]
Birth Records [DS2]
Marriage Records [DS2]
Death Records [DS2]
SSGS Cemetery Inscriptions [CI2]
Probated Will(s) [PW1]
Halifax Obits 1962-92 [HO2]
on 1864 AF Church & Co Map [CM1]
in Census 1871 [CC2]
in "Bell's Notes" [BN2]
Montbeliard Memorial
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Frederick
aged 24 , occupation a Farmer , left Montbeliard France [PL2]
and sailed from Rotterdam, Holland on the Ship Speedwell the summer of 1752 [PL2]
He appeared on the Lunenburg Victualling List of 1756 [VL2]
LAND GRANTS WERE GIVEN OUT AS FOLLOWS
a Town Lot assigned in 1753
Steinfort's Div E-8 [BN2]
Town Lot Registry of 1762
Steinfort's Div E-8 [TR1]
a Garden Lot assigned about 1753
and Registered in 1762
not found
a 30 Acre Farm Lot Assigned in 1753
1st Peninsula B-2 [BN2]
30 Acre Farm Lot Registered in 1760
not found
a 300 Acre Forest Lot Assigned
in one of five draws 1763-6
1st Div C-10 [300A1]
In 1784, these various grants were consolidated
into a formal Township Grant of
360 Acres (Frederick Sr) [TG1]

Details on Individuals in the first generation of the family
will appear here later.

For more information on this family, see
Marjorie Veinotte's and Barney Kaufman's Web Page.

This page was last modified 8 Feb 2000.


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