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Clement Family of Grande-Anse | New Bandon


The earliest Clement I’ve found in Grande-Anse is Jean Clement. He and his wife Marie Doucet are said to have both been from Prince Edward Island) and had been married there before coming to New Brunswick.

Their children were: Domitilde (Sidefroy Moise Theriault, son of Jean-Baptiste Theriault and Archange Blanchard, 1844 in P.E.I.), Thomas (m. Olive Chiasson, daughter of Lazare Chiasson and Marie-Gilles Angelique dit Gillette, 1846), Isidore (m. Mathilde Boudreau, 1853), Aime (m. Marguerite Theriault, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Theriault and Marie Hache, 1855), Jean (m. Olive Doucet, daughter of Joseph Urbain Doucet and Marie Olive Cormier, 1867), Sylvain (m. Phoebee Godin, daughter of Aime-Pierre Godin and Monique Boucher, 1866).


Related Posts

Index: New Bandon Pioneer Families

Acadian & French-Canadian Genealogy and History

Acadians of New Bandon (Grande Anse/St.Leolin)



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