Talk:Joseph Montferrand

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Deleted content[edit]

A cursory search for sources suggests to me that the content deleted in this edit is almost certainly factually correct [[1]]. For example, [2] indicates that Wilfrid Laurier did write something about Montferrand - but the source is not specific enough, not actually naming the title of the work. I am leaving a note of the deletion here in the hope suitable sources will be found. Deleted content is: "His exploits were already the stuff of legends by that time. He is said to have left his boot heel marks imprinted on several tavern ceilings after somersaulting into the air, stomping the ceiling, and landing upright. He was immortalised in books, plays and songs by La Bolduc, Stompin' Tom Connors, and Gilles Vigneault. Sir Wilfrid Laurier wrote a biography of Montferrand based on the oral tradition of the time." Tiptoethrutheminefield (talk) 15:31, 17 October 2014 (UTC)

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"dit Favre"[edit]

What is this French phrase ("alias/nicknamed Favre", more or less) doing in the middle of an English-language Wikipedia article? It certainly isn't part of his name. Has this article been written by a French-speaker, or badly copied from a French-language article?95.97.230.36 (talk) 00:04, 3 December 2017 (UTC)