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The Lanteignes | Pioneers of Caraquet

Louis Lanteigne and Marguerite Chapadeau were the first Lanteignes to settle in Caraquet. Louis Lanteigne was a fisherman and is believed to have been the son of Jean-Nicolas Lanteigne and Marie Giraud de Verey, France. Marguerite Chapadeau was the daughter of Joannis Chapadeau and Catherine Larocque of Paspebiac, Quebec. Their children were: Therese (m. Jean-Baptiste Albert, son of Gabriel Albert and Genevieve Bouthillier), Eustache, Catherine (m. Pierre Rene Duguay, formerly married to Marie Brasseur), Louis Louison (m. first to Luce Brasseur, daughter of Pierre Brasseur and Marguerite Gaudet and then Madeleine Breau, daughter of Victor Breau and Marie Arsenault), Marie (m. Pierre Frigault, son of Pierre Frigault and Josette Bouthillier), Jean (m. Marie Parise, daughter of Michel Parise and Marie Albert), Marguerite (m. Joseph Huard, son of Francois Huard and Genevieve Duguay), Pierre Pierriche (m. Genevieve Chenard, daughter of Henri Chenard and Therese Canivet), Julien (m. Therese Paulin, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Paulin and Therese Canvey and then m. Phoebee Doiron, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Doiron and Rose Bouthillier), Eloi (m. Marie-Blanche Arsenault, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Arsenault and Marie-Perpetue Savoie).

 

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These micro posts present the first generation of each of the families that established different surnames found in Caraquet, New Brunswick. Most of the information is drawn from Fidele Theriault’s genealogical dictionary “Les Familles de Caraquet”. His book is in French and offers a lot more information including family trees of the first generations (with precise dates)  and in many cases explanations of how the first pioneers arrived in Caraquet and other fascinating anecdotes. If you don’t have access to the book you can contact me for extra information by leaving a comment underneath this post.

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