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The Haches | Pioneers of Caraquet

Index: Caraquet, New Brunswick

 

Rene Hache (son of Francois Hache and Anne Boudreau) and married Marguerite Blanchard (daughter of Olivier Blanchard and Catherine Admirault) in about 1773. Their children were:

Scholastique (m. Francois Theriault, son of Joseph Theriault and Marie-Joseph Girouard), Helene (m. Michel Godin, son of Jean-Baptiste Godin and Angelique Bergeron), Francois (m. Nathalie Thibodeau, daughter of Pierre Thibodeau and Anne Landry), Theotiste (m. Francois Godin, son of Antoine Godin and Madeleine Bergeron), Isaac (m. Madeleine Thibodeau, daughter of Pierre Thibodeau and Anne Landry), Rosalie (m. Pierre Thibodeau, son of Pierre Thibodeau and Anne Landry), Eusebe (m. Marie-Blanche Poirier, daughter of Joseph Poirier and Charlotte Legere), Jean Leon (m. Clotilde Pinet, daughter of Pierre Pinet and Barbe Dugas) and then (m. Sophie Legere, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Legere and Felicite Robichaud), Marguerite (m. Pierre Theriault, son of Pierre Theriault and Marguerite Pinet), Isaie (m. Marie Legere, daughter of Cyrille Legere and Venerande Savoie) and then (m. Adele Mallet, daughter of Jean Mallet and Anne-Marie Gionet, Pierre Romain (m. Felicite Legere, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Legere and Claire Felicite Robichaud).

 

 

 

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Index: Pioneer Families of Caraquet

Core Index: Acadian & French-Canadian Genealogy and History

 

 


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.

 

 

February 5, 2019 - Posted by | . |

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