St. John Baptist Cemetery, Verner, Nipissing District, Ontario, Canada


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Latitude: 46.42922, Longitude: -80.13123
St. John Baptist Cemetery

Notes:
The Caldwell First Nation (also known as Chippewas of Pelee) is a First Nations band government whose land base is located in Leamington, Ontario, Canada. They are an Anishinaabe group, part of the Three Fires Confederacy comprising the three bands: the Potawatomi, Odawa, and Ojibwa whose members are originally of the Mikinaak (Turtle) and the Makwa (Bear) dodems. The Caldwell First Nation are a distinct and federally recognized Indian band and used to be referred to by such names as: the "Chippewas of Pelee" and the "Point Pelee Indians" and "Caldwell's band of Indians."
The Chippewa (also called Ojibwa in Canada) are an Anishinaabe-speaking indigenous nation with people within the borders of present-day Canada and the United States. They are the largest Native American/First Nation north of Mexico, with nearly 78,000 people among various groups in Canada from western Quebec to British Columbia.


Photos de Cimetières

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ARBOUR ALBERT(1892-1979) POIRIER LAURENTIA (1899-1991)
ARBOUR ALBERT(1892-1979) POIRIER LAURENTIA (1899-1991)
ARBOUR ALBERT(1892-1979) POIRIER LAURENTIA (1899-1991) 
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Arbour Henri (1921-1989) 
Crepeau Anita (1922-1990)
Arbour Henri (1921-1989) Crepeau Anita (1922-1990)
Arbour Henri (1921-1989) & Crepeau Anita (1922-1990)