Synonyms for rouville or Related words with rouville

bellechasse              laprairie              soulanges              repentigny              boucherville              salaberry              beauharnois              chambly              charlesbourg              napierville              berthierville              assomption              yamaska              beauce              montarville              argenteuil              yamachiche              matane              vaudreuil              pierrefonds              arthabaska              joliette              kamouraska              vimont              louiseville              portneuf              juchereau              chapais              deschambault              francheville              senneterre              marieville              dolbeau              montigny              dorion              ailleboust              sabrevois              beloeil              lorimier              plessisville              lachenaie              taschereau              papineauville              lavaltrie              bizard              rougemont              courcelles              pierreville              brossard              gouin             



Examples of "rouville"
This riding was created in 1914 from Rouville and St. Hyacinthe ridings. It consisted of the counties of St. Hyacinthe and Rouville.
His brother Étienne represented Rouville in the Quebec assembly.
Rouville was a provincial electoral district in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada.
Rouville is a commune in the Oise department in northern France.
His son Joseph-Edmond also represented Rouville in the Quebec assembly.
Rouville is a regional county municipality in the Montérégie region of Quebec, Canada. Its seat is Marieville.
On November 4, 1998 it moved from Rouville Regional County Municipality to La Vallée-du-Richelieu Regional County Municipality.
This riding was created in 1933 from parts of Chambly—Verchères, Richelieu, St. Hyacinthe—Rouville and Yamaska ridings.
It was abolished in 1933 when it was redistributed into Chambly—Rouville, Richelieu—Verchères and St. Hyacinthe—Bagot ridings.
His son Rémi-Séraphin, who represented Rouville in the legislative assembly, died before his father in 1832.
Rouville is a commune in the Seine-Maritime department in the Haute-Normandie region in northern France.
He was born in Saint-Ours, the son of François Daigle and Angèle Gareau. In 1858, he married Marie-Eugénie-Mélina Hertel de Rouville, the daughter of seigneur Jean-Baptiste-René Hertel de Rouville. Daigle was later employed by the Department of Immigration at Montreal. He died there at the age of 76.
He was a member of the New York State Senate (23rd D.) from 1915 to 1918, sitting in the 138th, 139th, 140th and 141st New York State Legislatures. On June 1, 1915, he married Hermine de Rouville, a member of the noted Hertel de Rouville family of Quebec. They had no children.
"Le Rouville" is an 18-hole course which opened in 1967. Le Rouville has hosted the Canadian Open in 1971 and 1973, the Telus World Skins Game in 1994, the Peter Jackson Classic in 1979, the AT&T Canada Senior Open Championship in 1999, and the 2013 Montreal Championship on the Champions Tour.
Major Thomas Edmund Campbell (1809 – 1872) C.B., came to Canada East as a British military officer, where he became a political figure and seigneur who did much to develop Rouville, Quebec. He built Manoir Rouville-Campbell, and was a prominent member of the Montreal Hunt.
The establishment of the town and parish of Chambly to the south led to the mountain temporarily becoming "Mont Chambly" in the later seventeenth century (although the name persisted in English until at least 1830). After 1697, the mountain became known as "Mont Rouville", after the newly established seigneury of the Hertel de Rouville family.
In the 1945 federal election, he was the Bloc Populaire candidate in the Chambly-Rouville riding. He lost in a landslide to his Liberal Party of Canada opponent.
The electoral district was created as "Longueuil" in 1952 from parts of Chambly—Rouville and Châteauguay—Huntingdon—Laprairie ridings. It was renamed "Longueuil—Pierre-Boucher" in 2004.
It was created by the "British North America Act", 1867, and was abolished in 1914 when it was merged into St. Hyacinthe—Rouville riding.
The book ends with an attack from the Iroquois aboriginals, a constant threat in New France. The Rouville family survives, after many other conflicts.