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St.Simon & St.Jude Cemetery – Grande Anse, New Brunswick | Doucet Genealogy


Joseph R. Doucet, Priest   Deceased: 10 Jan 1909

Joseph R. Doucet’s parents were Romain Doucet and Marie. He was  a priest and his first parish was Grande-Anse. He is remembered for having supported Acadian rights as well as for his work in connection with agriculture.


Related Posts

Index: Headstones of Simon & St. Jude Cemetery

Core Index: Acadian & French-Canadian Genealogy and History


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Cyber Acadie – Histoire des Acadiens et de l’Acadie



April 15, 2010 - Posted by | . | ,


  1. Bonjour Evelyn

    You have a beautiful site.
    First looking at the inscription on the tomb, I am curious to know what the R in Joseph R. stands for. It could be as plain as Romain but maybe not.
    Also I am suprised that the name of his mother is not given. Am I correct to asssume that it is Marie Degrace daughter of Antoine who married nov. 28, 1838?

    Just as a note, I discover, in browsing of course, that Mrg. Stanislas Doucet died January 10, 1910, one year exactly after Joseph R.

    Ok for now, nice talking to you.



    Comment by ginette | April 20, 2010 | Reply

  2. Hi Evelyn,

    Please send a message so I’ll have your address on my laptop. I think my main computer is either crashing or has crashed ;( – I’m on this old laptop..talk about molasses.



    Comment by LucieMC | April 22, 2010 | Reply

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