New Canada Plantation also
known as No.17, Range 6, and
"Formerly No.17, Range 6, organized as Casco Plantation
on November 9, 1881, and named from the Canadian French who lived
Register State Year Book, p.355
Also known as Daigle, after the postmaster.
- At the time of the 1850 US Census, what is today New
Canada Plantation was not yet settled.
- In the 1860 US Census, New Canada Plantation was called
Township No.17, Range 6
- My grandmother, Christie St.John, was born in Daigle, where
her parents George St.John and Eleonore
(Nellie) Jalbert St.John lived.
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