History of the Hamlet of Bilodeau

Hamlet of Bilodeau

Here is a brief history from Names and places of Quebec: illustrated dictionary 2nd Edition Copyright 1996.

Bilodeau (hamlet) sits on eastern bank of the lake Duck, the hamlet of Bilodeau is attached to the territory of the municipality of Saint François de Sales, in the area of the Lake-Saint-Jean. The hamlet Bilodeau first appears at the beginning of the 20th century to indicate the name of a station of the Canadian National Railway.

It undoubtedly evokes the memory of the one of the first inhabitants of Saint François de Sales. Some dwellings were grafted around the railway gate. Thanks, for all the help from those of you who emailed me on where to look for more information on the Bilodeau hamlet. I’m still hoping for some pictures from Bilodeau or maybe a postcard. If anyone has any more information please email me at jim@bilodeau.org I would really appreciate it.

Look! Other   Bilodeau place names I found while researching the town of Bilodeau!
See if you can find Information on them too!
NAME / NOM
TITLE /   ENTITÉ
PLACE / LIEU
POSITION
LAT. / LONG.
Bilodeau
Hamlet /   Hameau
Cton de   Dablon
Cté de Lac Saint Jean Ouest
48.20 /   72.10
Bilodeau
Island / île
Cton de l’   Archipel du Vieux Fort
Cté de Saguenay
51.19 /   57.55
Bilodeau
Lake / Lac
Cton de   Pommeroy
Cté de Témiscamingue
47.06 /   78.47
Bilodeau
Lake / Lac
Cton de   Laurier
Cté de Champlain
47.23 /   72.14
Bilodeau
Lake / Lac
Cté de   Charlevoix Ouest
47.39 /   71.02
Bilodeau
Lake / Lac
Cton de   Dablon
Cté de Lac Saint Jean Ouest
48.20 /   72.10
Bilodeau
Lake / Lac
Ctons de   Bégin et de Falardeau
Cté de Chicoutimi
48.44 /   71.13
Bilodeau
Lake / Lac
Cté de   Saguenay
50.33 /   64.33
Bilodeau
Mount / Mont
Cton de   Ditchfield
Cté de Frontenac
45.31 /   70.49
Bilodeau
Point /   Pointe
Cté de   Saguenay
49.08 /   62.39
Bilodeau
River /   Rivière
Cté de   Saguenay
49.08 /   62.38
Bilodeau
Brook /   Ruisseau
Cton de De   Monts
Cté de Saguenay
49.25 /   67.19
Taken from   “Repertoire Geographique du Quebec” Copyright 1969
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