My maternal grandmother’s parents Alexandre Doucet and Marie Roi (Roy) were married on the fourth day of March, 1851 in Petit Rocher in the parish of St-Polycarpe.
Tranquille Doucet and Rebecca Pitre are from my maternal Doucet line. They were maried in Petit Rocher on May 9th, 1826. His parents were Charles Doucet and Marie Arsenault and and hers were Michel Pitre and Marguerite Pitre. All Acadians!
Decede le 15 juillet
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Stephen Benton says:
My maternal grandmother was Mary Martha Doucet born in 1898 in Bathurst, NB. Per my mother, I know there were approx 5 children in the family. All females had the first name of Mary, and I believe they were generally addressed by their middle name. There was only one brother, Simon. I would much like to learn the name of her parents and any other info on the family. Mary Martha Doucet married in Canada and emigrated to USA in 1925. I am 52 y/o and live in Louisiana, USA.
Census Information (scroll down for links)
1901 Census (New Brunswick, Gloucester, Bathurst)
Doucett Theodore M 1864
Doucett Bessie 1874
Doucett Francis 1897
Doucett Martha 1899
1911 Census (New Brunswick, Gloucester, Bathurst)
Vital Statistics Information (scroll down for links)
Joseph R. Doucet, Priest Deceased: 10 Jan 1909
Joseph R. Doucet’s parents were Romain Doucet and Marie. He was a priest and his first parish was Grande-Anse. He is remembered for having supported Acadian rights as well as for his work in connection with agriculture.