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LaHave, Nova Scotia
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Family Names associated with LaHave, Petite Rivière and Mirliguèche (Lunenburg).


Aucoin

Denys

Labat, Labatte

Petit

Bayols

Doucet

Labauve

Petitpas

Benestau

Dugas

Labrador

Poirier

Blanchard

Dupuis

LaChapelle

Provost

Boudrot

Fauveau, Foveau

LaRuine

Razilly, Rasilly

Bourg

Gareau, Garost

Laverdure

Savoie

Boureois

Gautrot, Gautreau

Lejeune

Terriot

Boutin

Gaudet, Godet

Martin

Thibaudeau

Briart

Godin

Marquis

Trahan

Bugaret

Gourdon

Meisner

Vesin

Buisson

Granger

Menou D’Aulnay


Comeau

Guédry, Guidry

Mieuse, Mius


D’Entremont

Hébert

Michel


The Name Game

The modern spelling of each name is shown in the left column; the original spelling in the right column.

Modern Spelling

Original Spelling


Modern Spelling

Original Spelling

Baker

Becker


Perrin

Janparien

Barkhouse

Berghaus


Pentz

Pintz

Bolivar

Pollever


Publicover

Bubickhoffer

Cook

Koch


Rafuse

Rehfuss

Corkum

Gorchum


Richard

Riechardt

Creaser

Kruser


Risser

Reiser

Crouse

Kraus


Ritcey

Renrici

Demone

Timon


Rhodenizer

Rothenhauser

Eisner

Eisenhauer


Sarty

Certier

Getson

Goertzen


Seaboyer

Seeberger

Haughn

Haun


Slaunwhite

Slagenweith

Mader

Meder


Weagle

Wiegal

Mailman

Mehlman


West

Waest

Nauss

Naas


Whynot

Weihnacht

Nichol

Nicolai


Young

Jung

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