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Located 9.36 km N of Edmundston, on the road to Rang-des-Bossé: Saint-Jacques Parish and Saint-Joseph Parish, Madawaska County: in 1866 Plourde Settlement was a farming community with 20 resident families including the families of Charles Plourde, Ignace Plourde, Peter Plourde, Lefroy Plourde and William Plourde: PO 1896-1969: in 1898 Plourde Settlement, known then as Plourd, was located on the Témiscouata Railway with 1 post office, 1 sawmill, 1 grist mill and a population of 200: Plourd became part of Moulin-Morneault.

Latitude : 47° 27'

Longitude : 68° 21'

County : Madawaska

Parish : Saint-Jacques

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Other communities within the vicinity of    

CommunityDistance (Kilometers)Bearing
Couturier 1.25 90° E
Rang-des-Couturier 1.25 90° E
Bossé 2.24 34° NE
Rang-des-Bossé 2.24 34° NE
Bossy Settlement 2.24 34° NE
Saint-Joseph-de-Madawaska 2.51 90° E
Silverstream 3.12 234° SW
Saint-Jacques 3.12 234° SW
Violette 3.91 19° NNE
* Distances and bearings were calculated by using the latitude and longitude of the community.