User talk:DenisLedoux

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February 2014[edit]

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  • * [* [ Les filles du Roi en Nouvelle-France, étude historique

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King's Daughters, external links[edit]

Hello DenisLedoux, I just followed out the last external link you added to this article, King's Daughters. The link worked, brought me to the page. There was some discussion of the King's Daughters but it did not seem to match the phrase you used to describe it. I was hoping to see the words of a marriage contract, from what you wrote. Did I not find the right part of that web page?

The other link you added seems to be the same as the one above it. Is that what you intended? It is a cool book in French, and maybe you want to direct people to a certain chapter? Anyway, thanks for helpful additions to the article. Only recently did I learn about this group of women, and that many of them are counted among my New France ancestors, very exciting! I will watch your talk page if you reply here, and also watch King's Daughters if your reply comes as changes to the External Links. --Prairieplant (talk) 16:36, 6 February 2014 (UTC)