Greetings, I am very interested in your posting, Judy, and glad that you found the piece I wrote for the Edmund Rice (1638) Association newsletter.I have been conducting considerable research over the past seven years, research which has led me to Cecile Anenharisonrisi Risse Visse Dicaire. As you know from your reading,I believe that she is the daughter of Julien Anenharisonrisi Risse Visse and Marie-Angelique, and ... that Julien is the name given to Adonijah Rice who was "captivated" from Westborough, Massachusetts during August, 1704 by Mohawks on a mourning war raid.
I wrote a version of the "Finding Adonijah" piecefor a broader readership which will be published by "American-Canadian Genealogist," which is the Journal of theAmerican-Canadian Genealogical Society, during March 2007, in Issue #111, Volume 33, Number 1, 2007.
I am seeking information regarding Cecile's brothers, Louis and Joseph Anenharison dit Anenharisonrisi dit Risse dit Visse, and would be very grateful if you, in researching the Annenharison/risi, Dicaire, or Dicker lines have any information about them beyond what I have been able to discover.
Thank you!I hope this posting finds you! Elizabeth Rice-Smith