||Simon Bonaparte Plamondon, Sr.|
The Hudson's Bay Company Archives has put biographical sheets for some of their employees online. One for Simon Plamondon can be found at:
|From Shawna Sicilia:
|From the Fort
Langley Journals, 1827-30, by Morag Maclachlan
From Yvonne Dolbec
Where are these places . . .?
Modern day Sorel, Québec -- center of map below -- is on the St Lawrence River about 50 miles/80 kilometers northeast of Montréal (lower left) and about 40 miles/64 kilometers southwest of Trois-Rivières (upper right).
The St Lawrence is the river running diagonally through both maps.
St.-François-du-Lac is just northeast of Sorel and just a short jog up the road from Yamaska St-Michel.
From Simon's 5th great grandson, Michael J. Hubbs . . .
Simon Bonaparte Plamondon is my 4th Gr.Grandfather. Dominique Farron is my 4th Gr.Grandfather. Oliver Bouchard is a cousin. Also although I can't prove it yet, I believe I also descend through Anawiskum McDonald; my Great Great Grandmother is Esther McDonald, who was born near Victoria. Chief Sca-ne-wa is my 5th great grandfather and was present at Fort Langley at the same time as the original 25. The direct line of descent looks like this, starting with Simon:
From Jill Edwards
Webmistress Note: It is unfortunate; not only does the above URL return a 404 page not found (The Department of the Interior has recently redesigned this Website!).
However, if you send Michael J. Hubbs an email, he said, and I quote:
"Tell people that I would be more than willing to assist with information on Simon Bonaparte Plamondon Sr. I have gathered quite a bit more since 2001."
|Simon Bonaparte Plamondon, Sr.||Michael J. Hubbs|
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