A Canadian Family

First Nations, French Canadians & Acadians

Index: Mignier dit Lagaces

Core Index: Acadian & French-Canadian Genealogy and History

BathurstCarVintage

 

 


HISTORY &  PLACES


 

Index: Riviere-Ouelle  NEW

 

Andre Mignier dit Lagace – what did he look like?

 

Andre Mignier dit Lagace – Land Grant

 

Saint Martin de Re (France) Entree du Port

 

Le Bois-en-Re | Vue Panoramique, direction de Saint-Martin

 

 


GENEALOGY


 

The Mignier dit Lagaces from Poitou-Charentes to Nouvelle France: Beginnings (1/4)

 

Mignier dit Lagace: The Next Generations (2/4)

 

Mignier dit Lagaces: From QC to NB  (3/4)

 

M. Mignier dit Lagace & M. Pelletier of Riviere-Ouelle (4/4)

 

 


LAGACE MARRIAGES


 

Lagace Marriages – A Canadian Family Tree (1) | Lagace/Mignier, Abraham to Bruno

 

Lagace/Mignier Marriages – A Canadian Family Tree (2) | Lagace/Mignier, Calixte to Evariste

 

Lagace  Marriages – A Canadian Family Tree (3) | Lagace/Mignier, Felix to Hubert

 

Lagace/Mignier Marriages – A Canadian Family Tree (4) | Lagace/Mignier, Ignace to Julien

 

Lagace  Marriages – A Canadian Family Tree (5) | Lagace/Mignier, Lactance to Zepherin

 

Lagace  Marriages – A Canadian Family Tree (6) | Lagace/Mignier, Napoleon to Pierre

 

Lagace  Marriages – A Canadian Family Tree (7) | Lagace/Mignier, Raoul to Zoel

 

 


MY LAGACE FAMILY LINES


 

Our LAGACE Direct Lineage

 

Our Lagace Doucets in the 1911 Canadian Census

 

Lagace Homestead in 1950s Bathurst, New Brunswick

 

Sad News – Adelard “Sonny” Lagace Has Passed Away (Gen.10)

Adelard “Sonny” Lagace (Gen.10) – Memorial Card

 

Desperately Seeking Elizabeth(1)

Desperately Seeking Elizabeth (2)

Desperately Seeking Elizabeth(3) Eureka!

 

Index: Historical Documents

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MIGNIER LAGACE – THE SURNAME


 

“You like po-tato and I like po-tahto!” Pt.1

 

“You like po-tato and I like po-tahto!” Pt.2

 


GUEST POSTS BY PETER LAGASSE


 

Index: American Lagasses

 


Miscellaneous


 

Guitar/Lagace

 

Lagaces – Fort Coulonge

 

Lagace/Richard Line

 

Lagace m. Thiboutot

 

Lagasse m. Daly

 

Lagasses of Maine/Mass./NH

 

Legacy, Josephine Comeau

 

 


 

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March 4, 2009 - Posted by | 16900022 |

14 Comments »

  1. Hi Evelyn, I haven’t heard from you for quite sometimes.

    Danny

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    Comment by Danny Lagacé | March 10, 2009 | Reply

    • Hi Danny,
      Nice to hear from you. I’ve been a little busy as you can see!
      You can contact me at this email (remove spaces):
      evelynth
      @
      videotron. ca
      I look forward to hearing from you,
      Evelyn in Montreal

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      Comment by evelynyvonnetheriault | March 10, 2009 | Reply

  2. Hello, how are you? No heard from you for a long while?

    Danny

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    Comment by Danny Lagace | September 12, 2009 | Reply

    • Hi Danny!
      I emailed you about a month ago but you didn’t answer. It is nice to hear from you and hope you are doing well!
      Evelyn

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      Comment by evelynyvonnetheriault | September 12, 2009 | Reply

  3. Bonjour :o)

    For years since I have started my tree, I have always had a brick wall on the Lagacé side of my tree. It starts with my father. I see you have a tree going. Wondering if there is a way you may be able to help if I pass you a name or two?

    my father – Roger Legacy of Bathurst, NB
    my grandfather – James Joseph Lagacé

    I hope theres a hole in my wall somewhere

    Take Care
    Corrina

    Note from Evelyn: Responded by email.

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    Comment by Corrina Simpson | May 3, 2010 | Reply

  4. I was fascinated by your information but our ancestor is Pierre seemingly born in 1803. That particular branch went to the St Leonard/ Grand Falls/ Drummond area.
    We follow the same ancestor until Joseph. If you have any other information on this branch of the family it would be appreciated.

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    Comment by m pinette | August 9, 2010 | Reply

  5. Hi,
    I am trying to find a Great Grandfather of my brother in law “Alvin Legace”
    father Vincent Legace b 1913,mother Leona Simoneau,b1925
    grand parents Fred Legace,& Margaret Stuart,

    great grand parents Narcisse (Legace & Marie Doucet) for whom I cannot find any information
    The only way I know they are the great grandparents is the marriage certificate shows them as parents of Fred Legacy

    Any help will be appreciated
    Thankyou

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    Comment by leo lagacey | March 29, 2011 | Reply

  6. I am trying to find my great great grandfather Pierre Lefebvre and Marguerite Giroux. Please help with any information will be appreciated
    Thank yo Debbie

    Reply is here –
    Reply is here – http://acanadianfamily.com/2012/09/01/reader-query-hormisdas-guerin-m-zoe-lefebvre-st-remi-napierville/

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    Comment by Deborah Waddell | July 27, 2012 | Reply

  7. I am searching for a Euphemie Lagesse from Canada who married a Theophile Landroche and lived near Spencer, MA in late 1870s to 1890s.

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    Comment by Diane | July 2, 2013 | Reply

    • 2.Here’s what I found out about your family

      – For Euphemie Lagesse : she also first name Fanny and her name could be written “Lajesse”, “Lagasse” or “Lagace”. She was born at St-Didace, Québec in 1857 and died at Spencer, Massachusetts in 1887. She had two daughters ; Rosanna Landroche (1872 – 1951) and Delia Landroche (1878 – 1893).

      – For Theophile Landroche : he can also named Theophile Thereux Landroche (Theroux, Teroux). He was born at Sorel, Québec in 1852 and died after 1930 at Spencer, Massachusetts. After the death of his first spouse he married Lucie Robert who had one daughter ; Rosie Robert (1885 – ).

      You can fin more on website : http://www.mundia.com/ca/Person/25106204/1629211283 and http://www.nosorigines.qc.ca/GenealogieQuebec.aspx?genealogy=Euphemie_Lagesse&pid=742644&lng=en

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      Comment by Serge Veillette | August 1, 2013 | Reply

  8. Thanks for the help, Serge.

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    Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | August 3, 2013 | Reply

    • I have a lot of information on several families of French origin and I do a lot of research on the web and at the National Archives of Quebec (former HEC). All information I give is not necessarily absolute truths, but they are usually confirmed by two sources. If it can help your subscribers, it gives me great pleasure …

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      Comment by Serge Veillette | August 3, 2013 | Reply


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