Synonyms for rivière_du_sud or Related words with rivière_du_sud

le_haut_richelieu              les_maskoutains              rivière_ouelle              sainte_élisabeth              deschaillons              kamouraska_quebec              sainte_monique              sainte_félicité              cap_santé              fortierville              sainte_françoise              lavaltrie              lac_au_saumon              saint_polycarpe              deschambault_grondines              beauce_sartigan              saint_lin_laurentides              preissac              la_nouvelle_beauce              les_etchemins              saint_damase              sainte_perpétue              cloridorme              sainte_scholastique              desmaures              beaurivage              cookshire              la_bouteillerie              la_matanie              napierville              sainte_martine              breakeyville              haute_côte_nord              monnoir              squatec              saint_clet              sainte_sabine              argenteuil_deux_montagnes              achigan              sainte_flavie              grand_remous              lévrard              rimouski_neigette              la_pérade              bellechasse              la_haute_yamaska              trois_rivières_ouest              les_éboulements              lac_frontière              sainte_pétronille             

Examples of "rivière_du_sud"
Blais died at Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud in 1783.
Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud is a parish municipality in Quebec.
Saint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud is a municipality in Quebec.
He was born on May 29, 1900 in Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, Quebec, near Montmagny, and was an attorney.
He was born in Saint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, the son of Louis Paré and Hélène Bossé. Paré served as an officer in the militia during the War of 1812 and later reached the rank of captain in the Chasseurs Canadiens. In 1817, he married Rose-Angèle Lappare. Paré did not run for reelection to the assembly in 1824. He died in Saint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud at the age of 43.
He was born in Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, the son of Michel Blais and Marie-Françoise Lizotte. Blais was a captain in the militia, later reaching the rank of major. He did not run for reelection to the assembly in 1804. He was married twice: first to Marie-Gabriel Roy, the sister of Étienne-Ferréol Roy, in 1781 and then to Marie-Anne Bossé in 1786. Blais died in Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud at the age of 83.
In 1947, Bellechasse was re-defined to consist of the county of Bellechasse, the municipalities of Rivière-Boyer, St. Henri-de-Lauzon and the village of St. Henri in the county of Lévis, the municipality of St. Luc-de-Dijon the county of Dorchester, and the municipalities of Berthier and St. François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud in the county of Montmagny.
The son of Pierre Blais and Françoise Baudoin, Blais was a landowner in a seigneury of Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud. In 1741, he married Marie-Françoise Lizot. He was the father of Louis Blais who also was actively involved in the militia.
Born in Saint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, Lower Canada (now Quebec), the son of Guillaume Fournier and Marie-Archange Morin, he was called to the bar in 1846. On July 22, 1857, he married Hermine-Eloïse Demers, and they had nine children: seven daughters and two sons.
He was from Lower Canada and studied at the Collège de Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud and Collège de Nicolet followed by four years of theology at Quebec where his choice of the priesthood was confirmed. He was ordained in 1822, and became chaplain of the church of Saint-Roch and also the director of the college.
Bélanger was born in Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, Lower Canada, and moved his foundry to Montmagny after becoming a master founder. By 1913, he and his son had developed a company with a year-round workforce of 50 people. It sold farm implements and stoves throughout Quebec and east. The son died and the company was sold.
The city of Montmagny itself is parted by the South River (French: "Rivière du Sud"), where a smaller river named Bras-Saint-Nicolas merges into it. The confluence of waters swells into a set of falls leading to discharge into the Saint-Lawrence a short distance west of the city.
Anthony Langlois was born in Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, Quebec, on 10 November 1812. Langlois studied at Collège de Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière. He was ordained as a minister by Pierre-Flavien Turgeon at Cathedral-Basilica of Notre-Dame de Québec in 1838. After several assignments in Quebec Langlois joined Jean-Baptiste Bolduc on a journey to the Pacific Northwest to aid Catholic conversion efforts there.
In 1933, Bellechasse was re-defined to consist of the county of Bellechasse (except the seigniories of Lauzon and Joliette, and the township of Langevin et Ware), the municipalities of Rivière-Boyer, St-Henri-de-Lauzon, St-Jean-Chrysostôme, and St-Henri Village in the county of Lévis, the parish municipality of St-Luc-de-Dijon in the county of Dorchester, and the municipalities of Berthier and St-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud in the county of Montmagny.
Route 233 is a provincial highway located in the Montérégie region of Quebec east of Montreal. The highway links Farnham and Saint-Césaire with Saint-Hyacinther. It starts at a junction with Route 104 between Farnham and Sainte-Brigide-d'Iberville, next to a training facility of the Canadian Forces and runs north toward a parclo interchange with Autoroute 10 after which it crosses the Rivière du Sud-Ouest which it follows for a few kilometers until its headwaters on Yamaska River. Shortly after it runs through Saint-Césaire, crossing Route 112, before continuing to follow the Yamaska until its end at the junction of Route 231.
François Norbert Blanchet was born near Saint-Pierre, Rivière du Sud in Lower Canada (present-day Quebec). Along with his younger brother Augustin-Magloire Blanchet, he entered the Seminary of Quebec and was ordained a priest in 1819. Blanchet spent a year working at the cathedral in Quebec before being sent to do missionary work with the Micmac and Acadian people in present-day New Brunswick. To able to preach to the local Irish, Blanchet became fluent English. In 1827 he was summoned back to Montreal and became a pastor.
He was born in St-François de la Rivière-du-Sud, the son of Georges Roy and Henriette Corriveau. Roy was admitted to the Quebec bar in 1887 and practised in Montmagny. In 1899, he was named prothonotary for Montmagny district, sharing this title with Amédée Beabien until 1904; he resigned this position in 1908 to run for a seat in the House of Commons. In 1912, he became prothonotary again, this time with Cléophas Leclerc. Roy died in Montmagny at the age of 54.
He was born in Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud in 1775 and studied at the Petit Séminaire de Québec. Létourneau articled as a notary with Roger Lelièvre and later Nicolas-Gaspard Boisseau, qualifying to practice in 1803. He set up practice in the parish of Saint-Thomas at Montmagny and, in 1806, he married Catherine, Boisseau's daughter. Létourneau was named commissioner for several public works projects in the area. In 1827, Létourneau was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Lower Canada for Devon. He was elected to represent L'Islet in 1830 and 1834. He supported Louis-Joseph Papineau and voted for the Ninety-Two Resolutions.
He was born in Saint-Pierre-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud, Montmagny County, Canada East, the son of David Lavergne and Marie-Geneviève Delagrave, was educated at Sainte-Anne-de-la-Pocatière and studied law with his uncle Joseph Delagrave. He was called to the Quebec bar in 1869, set up practice in Princeville and then Arthabaska, where he practised law in partnership with Wilfrid Laurier. In 1876, Lavergne married Émilie Barthe, the daughter of Joseph-Guillaume Barthe. He served as mayor for Arthabaskaville and warden for Arthabaska County. Lavergne was editor for "L'Union des Cantons de l'Est". He was also bâtonnier for the Arthabaska section of the Quebec Bar.
Prior to his election, Morin was a municipal councilor from 1974 to 2002 for the municipality of Saint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud and was mayor for the town in 2003 and in 2007. He was an administrative member for a local Desjardins bank, the Montmagny CLSC and CHSLD as well as the local tourism office. He was also president for the public safety committee and an administrator of the local development center of the Montmagny Regional County Municipality. He is also the owner of a meat shop since 1990.