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The Haches | Pioneer Families of Shippegan

Index: Pioneer Families of Shippegan


Most of the earliest Haches in Shippegan descended from Louis Hache and Anne Chiasson who settled in Shippagan with their three sons Joseph, Jean-Bte and Louis. Most branches of the family moved on to other areas but Robichaud gives details about one branch that were present at the time of the 1871 census.

Bruno Hache (son of Jean-Baptiste and Francoise Hache-Gallant) and Marie Robichaud (daughter of David Robichaud and Rebecca Savoie) were married in 1829 and are the founding Haches of Shippegan.

Their children were: Israel (m. M. Rose Godin, widow of Charles Landry) and then Olive McGrath (daughter of Saturnin McGrath and Clemente Brideau), Henriette, Charlotte (m. Luc Savoie, son of Luc Savoie and Antoinette Chiasson), Timoleon, Philomene (m. Pierre Duguay, son of Jean-Louis Duguay and Esther Guignard), Basilice, Adolphe (m. Marie Savoie (daughter of Luc Savoie and Antoinette Chiasson).


Notes: This series of posts is based on information found in Le Grand Chipagan: Histoire de Shippagan by Donat Robichaud, and will be gradually supplemented with information  from Fidele Theriault’s Les Families de Caraquet and other sources.



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