William Henry Scott et sa descendance ou le destin romanesque et tragique d'une famille de rebelles, 1799-1944

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William Henry Scott et sa descendance ou le destin romanesque et tragique d'une famille de rebelles, 1799-1944
Abstract
The Scottish-born William Henry Scott (1799-1851), a merchant and politician representing Saint-Eustache in the Legislative Assembly, was a supporter of the Patriote Party. He had four sons and a daughter by Marguerite-Maurice Paquet, a Catholic woman with whom he lived from 1829 but who refused to marry him because he was a Presbyterian. However, a marriage was solemnized two days before Scott died.
Place
Hull, QC
Publisher
Société historique de l'Ouest du Québec
Date
1980
Language
fr
Notes

See also the author's article of the same title in the journal Asticou (Société historique de l'Ouest du Québec), Octobre 6, 1970: 5-25.

Citation
Gouin, Jacques. William Henry Scott et sa descendance ou le destin romanesque et tragique d’une famille de rebelles, 1799-1944. Hull, QC: Société historique de l’Ouest du Québec, 1980.
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