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Hudon dit Beaulieu, Pierre & Gobeil, Marie

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Pierre Hudon dit Beaulieu

1649  –  1710

Son Epouse

Marie Gobeil

1685 – 1716

 

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February 13, 2011 - Posted by | . | , , , ,

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  1. I am a direct descendent of Pierre Hudon dît Beaulieu. I will be visiting the cemetery site this summer. Any idea in what area Pierre and his wife lived in Rivière Ouelle. Denise Hudon from Kingston Ontario.

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    Comment by Denise Hudon Webster | July 8, 2012 | Reply

    • Hi cuz, I’m going to visit the sight one day!

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      Comment by Romeo Philippe Beaulieu | January 1, 2018 | Reply

      • I also started a tree on Genanet but I don’t have the time to fill it in. That is also another project of mine. Now that I have proof of DNA and some of the matches. But what gets me – I have all these French Canadian names attached to my DNA but the DNA shows me as Native, followed by Norweigan, Sweed, 16% Russian Jew – which I don’t know where that comes from. Followed by Asian than Middle Eastern.I know my Native blood which is St Croix Ojibwe and Red Lake. I also know about the Sweed. I am thinking that the other blood has to come from the French Fur Traders – I will really have to investigate who in our lines carries this DNA marker. Get the test done and lets figure this out. On the Ancestry.com DNA site I have 284 pages of DNA matches.

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        Comment by nativequeen1 | January 1, 2018 | Reply

  2. Hello cousin Denise

    Easy to find as the land extended from the St Lawrence River to right behind the church.

    If you care to send me an email, I’ll forward a map.

    Gilbert Beaulieu
    beaug6@gmail.com
    450-293-0247

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    Comment by Gilbert Beaulieu | July 14, 2012 | Reply

    • He was my great grandpa and grandma, hudon dit beaulieu belong to the Red Lake Chippewa Indians because I have native card. My name is Romeo Beaulieu and Theophile Beaulieu was my grandpa. Trying to get my American Native Status since my grandpa had married a chiefs daughter when he ran a fur trading post on the Red Lake Chipopewa Reserve. My dad name was Philippe and Therese Beaulieu

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      Comment by Romeo Beaulieu | July 23, 2012 | Reply

      • I am the great great granddaughter of Theophile Beaulieu and Angele Charron. (His Marriage date is Feb 8, 1864) is it possible your grandfather is a Theophile Beaulieu II? Because the timeline is off for my great great grandpa to be your grandpa. Can you let me know if it is the same Theophile or it is both father and son with this name. I never thought we had native ancestry! We live in BC now but my father is from Trois Pistoles QC my grandfather was Arthur Beaulieu and great grandpa Joseph Beaulieu. Looks like we are distant cousins !

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        Comment by Chantal Beaulieu Perri | July 23, 2016 | Reply

        • Hey Cuz! I’m the granddaughter of Bazile Hudon dit Beaulieu and Queen of the Skies. He came to the states with his brother Paul in 1804. Bazile is the great grandson of Pierre and Marie. I’m also enrolled in Red Lake but I no longer live on the Rez.

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          Comment by JulieAnn Beaulieu | July 24, 2016 | Reply

          • We must be related, cuz, I’m also belong to the White Earth Bazile Hudon dit Beaulieu and Paul Hudon Beaulieu is my tree line. I cowboy on a ranch by Jenner Ab !

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            Comment by Romeo Philippe Beaulieu | January 1, 2018

          • Did you ever do Ancestry.com DNA? I did. You should and see if we hit. Ho Wah – your a cowboy!!! Cool!! I use to be a manager and now I’m a grunt. Besides trying to figure this family tree out is a job in itself. I only had 2 Beaulieu’s hit on my DNA – I’m thinking not a lot have done the test yet. My book is now 230 pages and some of the names did hit my DNA. Most are women but I don’t know if the last name is their married or birth name.Here’s a list: Merrill, Tardiff, Ouellette, Wheelock, Hubert, Doran, Fairbank, Boucher, LaFromboise, Perreault, Houghton, Paradis, McKenzie, Dionne, Paquette, Whipple, Selkirk, MacGillivray, McGillis, Warren, Morrison, Michaud, LaFriniere, Saulteaux, Metcalf, Gamache, LaPointe, Sayer, Desjarlais, Cameron and a lot more but I think the other names not listed here are from my Grandma who married my Beaulieu grandfather.

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            Comment by nativequeen1 | January 1, 2018

        • I belong to the White Earth Reservation

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          Comment by Romeo Philippe Beaulieu | October 19, 2017 | Reply

        • I should would like to meet you and still trying to get my status

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          Comment by Romeo Philippe Beaulieu | October 19, 2017 | Reply

    • I’m trying to figure out if I’m a descendant of Pierre and Marie or some other branch. I have them as my 8th great grandparents. My mother’s sisters want to know where the Indian blood is closer to their generation. We come through Pierre; Francois; Francois II; Mathurin; Simon 1776; Simon II 1807; Simon III (Molo) 1834; to their Grandfather Pea Prime Beaulieu. Please help. These ladies are in their 90′s and want to know soon. Their mother kept telling them they had Native American blood but would not talk more about it. The fact of the Native American connection almost stopped Meme’s wedding to my grandfather Wilfred Rossignol. His parents did not want him to marry her. Any advice or leads would be appreciated.

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      Comment by Odilia Sumner | November 23, 2014 | Reply

      • Where the Native blood comes from is Pierre and Marie’s grandson Bazile Hudon Dit Beaulieu along with his brother Paul Orde Hudon dit Beaulieu (they come from the lines of Lieutenant Nicolas Hudon) went to Wisconsin in 1804 where Bazile married Ogiimaageezhigoikwe whose dad is Chief Waubishgaugauge and his parents are Chief Keeshkemin and Okunzhew and his dad is Shedawish and his dad is Chief kechenezuhyauh and Paul married Wauneauseikwe – where her nephew was the Hereditary Head Chief of the Mississippi Band of Ojibwes now residing in White Earth, Minnesota. I have been working in this for 6 years. I come from the line of Bazile through his son Paul Hudon Beaulieu who lived in White Earth, Minnesota. His son Clement Abraham “Ka’Wans” Hudon Beaulieu had 22 children in Red Lake, MN where I am enrolled at. I do have more info so if your older relatives would like more information – please let me know.

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        Comment by JulieAnn Beaulieu | January 22, 2015 | Reply

        • Yes, you are correct. My grandmother told one of her children that her great grandmother was Indian in Maine. This is closer to the 1800’s in Maine. I’m thinking from Simon III, I’m getting closer and have sent for Prudant Mercure’s book.

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          Comment by Odilia Sumner | January 23, 2015 | Reply

          • Im one of the descendents from the great Hudon-Beaulieu bloodline, my Grandfathers been pretty family oriented from a broken past but we are slowly “Migrating” back to the old stomping grounds of Lisbon Maine, where currently 4 generations of Hudons are. We have alot of history here since our great great great grandfather moved here, started a family and had a farm, still puting the puzzle back together, but its pretty cool to have this info out there to acquire. It will continue as i am very determined to bring back the legacy that once lived in lisbon maine. Godbless our family and hope we are all on the same page! Lol alot of info to digest, but its pretty neat being in the same family home since late 1800s.

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            Comment by Gary Hudon | September 18, 2017

        • Thank you Julie for the information. I made a family tree for Bazile and Paul to show our family that there were truly Indians but on another branch of the Beaulieu tree. I’m looking for the Native Americans in the family in Maine closer to when my grand and great grand parents were born and lived in the Madawaska and Van Buren areas of Maine.

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          Comment by Odilia Sumner | January 24, 2015 | Reply

          • With regards to your grandparents – what did they do for a living? Depending on what did – someone could have kept diaries such as the fur traders did and you can find mentions in there. That is where I found a wealth of information. You can’t trust the census since with my family they were listed as either black or mulatto and there is no black blood in our family. One thing you can look for is on the census if they are listed as citizen or non citizens. Natives were not considered citizens until 1924 so if there is Natives in your grandparents lines that may be a hint. Did you check the Metis files in Canada? I seen that my grandfather had a couple of his kids on the list but not all of them. I don’t know why. Trying to get any info out of the Bureau of Indian Affairs is useless – they don’t release information – it would take an act of Congress to get records open. If I think about any more ways that you may be able to find out – I’ll let you know. Here’s another way – check military records. There has to be forts in that area see if there is any mention in any of their records especially when the Govt was trying to get Natives onto Reservations and wars would start – they may have records on who was in the Forts.
            JulieAnn

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            Comment by JulieAnn Beaulieu | January 24, 2015

        • Thank you JulieAnn for this…my wife is the grandaughter of Elizabeth Beaulieu who was born at White Earth …as was her Mother Donna Marie

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          Comment by Jim Peterson | May 11, 2015 | Reply

          • If anyone would like old photo’s of the Beaulieu family let me know

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            Comment by Jim Peterson | May 11, 2015

          • What branch pictures are you offering? I’m interested. Email me please, odiliasumner@gmail.com

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            Comment by Odilia Sumner | October 20, 2017

          • Hello
            I’m related to you
            Romeo Beaulieu

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            Comment by Romeo Beaulieu | December 6, 2017

        • We must be related

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          Comment by Romeo Philippe Beaulieu | October 19, 2017 | Reply

        • Hi cuz you are right about the blood lines! Still trying to get my Native American Status!

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          Comment by Romeo Philippe Beaulieu | January 1, 2018 | Reply

          • One of these days I’m going to figure out where you fall on the tree. I’m trying to finish my book first. Hopefully this week I can get it sent out than I will help you figure out your descendant lines.

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            Comment by nativequeen1 | January 1, 2018

      • I’m Romeo Beaulieu and belong to that tree line. I live in Canada and trying to get my American Native Status.

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        Comment by Romeo Philippe Beaulieu | July 21, 2017 | Reply

        • Hello,
          I can’t help with American Native status issues. If you are trying to determine whether you have Native ancestors you need to build your line and then look for evidence.
          Good luck,
          Evelyn

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          Comment by Evelyn Yvonne Theriault | July 21, 2017 | Reply

          • Hello
            I did a DNA on me and have Native American Blood in me on both my parents and I have a picture of my aunt dressed in Native clothing and Her Name is Florence Beaulieu-Dahl-Ojibwa-1910

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            Comment by Romeo Beaulieu | December 6, 2017

        • Give me your lineage and I can see if you have Native lines. You will also have to obtain birth certificates or church records to proved parentage. I have been doing this for 9 years now and have followed quite a few lines. I just realized on the Pierre and Marie Hudon dit Beaulieu line that we are related to Celine Dion. Madonna’s 6th great grandmother was married to one of our great uncles but no children were produced. I am now following the lines of Queen Elizabeth – she may also be in our lines.

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          Comment by Julie Beaulieu | July 21, 2017 | Reply

          • https://www.maquah.net/genealogy/Powell/POWELL.93.html

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            Comment by Jim Peterson | July 21, 2017

          • Any help with my trees would be appreciated, especially if you see Native lines. We come through Pierre; Francois; Francois II; Mathurin; Simon 1776; Simon II 1807; Simon III (Molo) 1834; to Great-Grandfather Pea Prime Antoine Beaulieu of St Agatha, Madawaska, Maine. odiliasumner@gmail.com

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            Comment by Odilia Sumner | October 20, 2017

          • Hello
            I send my family tree papers to the Red Lake Chippewa Reservation!

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            Comment by Romeo Beaulieu | December 6, 2017

          • Red Lake won’t do anything with your papers – you have to follow the tribes process – but it sees that you are more White Earth than Red Lake.

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            Comment by nativequeen1 | December 7, 2017

          • My birth certificate or down the tree line.

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            Comment by Romeo Beaulieu | December 16, 2017

  3. I am a decendant of Pierre Hudon Dit Beaulieu. My great Grandfather was Francois Oliver Hudon Dit Beaulieu, but he dropped the “Hudon” and Dit when he came to the U.S. I have done some research and see where the family first came to New France in 1665. Does anyone have any info on the family going back in France? I woulld like to see how far back we could go.

    Robert Edmund Beaulieu

    Reply is here –

    http://acanadianfamily.com/2012/10/06/reader-query-pierre-hudon-beaulieus-french-roots/

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    Comment by Robert Edmund Beaulieu | October 6, 2012 | Reply

  4. Hello all my above long lost relatives! I am descended from Pierre and Marie also! I have been working hard to gain my Metis status and am so very happy to see another possible link here with the “Red Lake Chippewa”. (My Vincent family is also Metis connected through another line) Please if anyone could help me here on this I would be very appreciative.

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    Comment by Donna K | August 8, 2013 | Reply

  5. I am a direct descendent of Pierre Hudon dît Beaulieu and Marie Gobeil. My 8th great grandparents. My mother’s sisters want to know where the Indian blood is closer to their generation. We come through Pierre; Francois; Francois II; Mathurin; Simon 1776; Simon II 1807; Simon III (Molo) 1834; to their Grandfather Pea Prime Beaulieu. Please help. These ladies are in their 90’s and want to know soon. Their mother kept telling them they had Native American blood but would not talk more about it. The fact of the Native American connection almost stopped Meme’s wedding to my grandfather Wilfred Rossignol. His parents did not want him to marry her. Any advice or leads would be appreciated.

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    Comment by odilia sumner | October 17, 2014 | Reply

    • Hello again,
      I did a DNA on me and have a lot of Native American also African Native American Blood, my dad was born on the Hudson River Theophile Phillippe Beaulieu and was Mohican, I was told after His death, He was adopted by Theophile Beaulieu which they belong to the Red Lake Chippewa Reservation and belong also to White Earth Reservation!

      Romeo Beaulieu

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      Comment by Romeo Philippe Beaulieu | December 6, 2017 | Reply

  6. Also a direct descendant of Pierre Hudon and Marie Gobeil (9th Great Grandparents). Planning a visit to Canada this Spring with my aunt to visit areas where our family lived. Will definitely visit Riviere Ouelle. Would love to connect with any relatives still in the area while we are there, as well as any relatives any where! Contact me if you’re interested in discussing our shared heritage.

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    Comment by Dan K. | January 31, 2015 | Reply

    • Hello Dan K. I visited Rivière Ouelle a couple of years ago. Stayed in Quebec city for few days then drove to see my ancesters land. There is a small cemetery right next to the church in Rivière Ouelle. You will see many many tombstones belonging to Hudon families. A very quiet little town. It was wonderful to see where my ancesters lived.
      Denise Hudon

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      Comment by Denise | January 31, 2015 | Reply

  7. my name is my name is Ray Kappell I grew up on the southside of the fox river on Beaulieu hill in Kaukauna Wisco .
    Nicholas Robert Hodon Beaulieu 1810 married
    Married Wauneaushequay Ahwasequay ( Margaret Davids)
    Daughter -Elizabeth A Beaulieu 12/13/1855 Tone of Buchanan
    Married John Hurst 13/Oct/1874
    Children ; Henriy Mary (Elizabeth my grandmother Marie Reichel Jansen’s mother )
    John ,George Killian Hurst , Nicholas Joseph Frederick and Bernard
    Elizabeth Hurst married Frederick Reichel they were my grandmothers parents 10 children ;
    Frederick Elizabeth Peter ( Marie my grandmother ) John Veronica Roman Lucille Roberts and Cyrile where all descendants of Paul where are all descendants of Paul Hudson Beaulieu

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    Comment by Raymond Kapprll | May 4, 2016 | Reply

    • I just have a comment. I have Wauneausikwe married to Paul Hudon Orde dit Beaulieu who is the brother to my grandfather Bazile Hudon dit Beaulieu. The brothers came to Wisc in 1804 from Montreal. i also have Nicolas Beaulieu son of Paul and Wauneausikwe and married Maragaret Davids the daughter of Jacob Geh pohk huk Davids born 1800 and Jerusha Littleman born 1801. They did farming for a living.

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      Comment by JulieAnn Beaulieu | May 11, 2016 | Reply

      • Hi cuz
        We have Native American blood in us because I did a DNA on me! I have a picture of Florence Beaulieu-Dahl-Ojibwa-Circa-1910

        Romeo Beaulieu

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        Comment by Romeo Beaulieu | December 6, 2017 | Reply

        • Florence lived in White Earth. In Red Lake – you have to have someone enrolled there. It seems your side is more in the White Earth area. Red Lake has a checklist that is needed in order to be considered – you would have to be at least 1/4 Red Lake which means your parent would have to be 1/2. Red Lake does not accept DNA tests that states ethnicity – they go direct blood lines. I know White Earth was talking about changing their enrollment so maybe you can contact their enrollment department and see what is needed. If I was you – I would start collecting birth certificates from your relatives that you feel are enrolled either in Red Lake or White Earth. If your trying to use Queen of the Skies blood – she w as a Lake Superior Ojibwe and I don’ know what their enrollment process is like. I do have friends that I went to school with that are from there – I can ask them what the requirements are. Julie

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          Comment by nativequeen1 | December 7, 2017 | Reply

  8. Hello
    I’m related to this family tree and awesome monument!

    Romeo Beaulieu

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    Comment by Romeo Beaulieu | December 6, 2017 | Reply

    • Here is what I found. Theodore Hudon Beaulieu (M) 1st wife Julia Sophia Elizabeth Beaulieu – they are 2nd cousins.Theo is the grandson of Paul Orde Hudon Beaulieu and Julia is the granddaughter of Bazile Hudon dit Beaulieu – the grandfathers are brothers. Florence is the daughter of Theo and Julia.So – Julia’s Dad – Colonel Clement Hudon Beaulieu is 1/2 Lake Superior Ojibwe and 1/2 French. Julia’s mom is 1/4 Ojibwe – somewhere in Canada. Julie

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      Comment by nativequeen1 | December 7, 2017 | Reply

      • Thank you and I will try to call the White Earth Reservation

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        Comment by Romeo Beaulieu | December 16, 2017 | Reply


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