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Question #1: The images of census records for Drummond, Durham show the township as Dunham. Which is correct?
Answer #1: Comparing residents from the Lower Canada, 1831 census with the same residents found in Lower Canada 1842 census indicates that the Drummond, Durham listings are really from Missisquoi, Dunham.
Question #2: The records for Rouville > St-Georges de Clarenceville and Rouville > St-Georges de Henryville have the same images. Which is the correct location?
Answer #2: The two locations are close together and it appears that the images are for both locations with nothing distinguishing which is which in the original record.
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