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A Scottish Gypsy and French Canadian Heritage

Updated April 16, 2003

Joanne M Lachance
emerykennedy@hotmail.com

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I was twelve when I found a newspaper clipping at my Grandma Jean's house depicting cousins in Scotland. Finding Cameron, the scottish cousin, sparked my interest in finding my family roots. Since then, Cameron has visited me several times in Canada and we keep touch. I even found a distant relative on another Lachance page, named Larry Lachance. He sparked my interest in doing this page as his was so well done! Every time I thought I knew it all, I find some amazing new fact, like my grandma still has a living aunt tucked away in Lethbridge, Alberta, or that I am of Gypsy heritage. The page is for my families and I am hoping to give them answers to their questions as well as to mine. You will find the following families here: Lachance, Pepin, Davio, Kennedy, Emery, White, Faa Blyth, Bronson, Lamarche, Denunzio, Beaudoin, Charbonneau, Audet, Henderson, and many more. Did you know that the Hendersons are descendant from the Scottish Pict? AKA the Giant people? Well, hard to believe since I am not even 5 feet tall as every one loves to remind me. Did you know that in Gaelic, Kennedy, means Uglyheaded? Come in a browse and find some more interesting facts. I hope to hear from you if we are indeed long lost cousins! Thank you for visiting! My best, Joanne

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