A Canadian Family

Natives, French Canadians, Acadians

The Davids | Pioneer Families of Shippegan

The David ancestors came from the Gaspesie. The founding Shippegan couple were Francois David (son of Francois David and Henriette Albert) and Henriette Albert. That couple had the following children: Henriette (m. Gervais Mallet), Delphine Adele (m. Levi Mallet, son of Firmin Mallet and Marie Breau), Continue reading

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The Degraces | Pioneer Families of Shippegan

The Shippegan Degraces (also spelled De Grasse, de Grace and Gras) descend from Antoine Degrace of Bathurst and Angelique Ache. Angelique was the daughter of Joseph Ache and Madeleine Doucet of Bathurst while Antoine was the son of Joseph Gras and Madeleine Poujade of Palma (Majorica, a Spanish island in the Mediterranean). Their children included: Rosalie (m. Antoine Doucet), Antoine (m. Francoise Boudreau), Marie (m. Michel Frenette), Raphael (m. Marie Doucet), Pierre (m. Adelaide Robichaud), Lucie (m. Charles Doucet), Rose (m. Romain Doucet), Ferdinand (m. Marie Doucet), David (m. Marie Doucet), Marguerite (m. Joseph Doucet), FrancoiseVenerandeCeleste (m. Aime Doucet). Continue reading

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The Blanchards | Pioneer Families of Caraquet

The Blanchards descend from Acadians who came originally from Martaize (Loudun, France) and who had settled in  Port-Royal, Acadia in about 1636. The Caraquet Blanchards descend from Olivier Blanchard (son of Rene Olivier and Marguerite Theriault of Grand Pre) and his wife Catherine Admirault dit Miraud. They first appear in Caraquet records with the birth of their daughter Julie in 1780. Continue reading

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Index: Pioneer Families of Shippegan

Index: Lameque, Miscou and Shippegan

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The Alberts of Shippegan

The Aylwards of Shippegan

The Blanchards of Shippegan Continue reading

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Caughnawaga Census 1921 | Households 61 – 80

HOUSEHOLD 61   Note: Iroquois with scrawled notation, couple is francais

Dulude Frederic, 57   Dulude Pamala, 57

Dulude Rosario, 21   Dulude Yvonne, 18

HOUSEHOLD 62   Iroquois

Lefebvre Georges, 41   Lefebvre Blondine, 37

Courtemanche, Eustache, 81

HOUSEHOLD 63   francaise

Duranceau Adelard, 46   Duranceau Maria, 7

Duranceau Yvonne, 15   Duranceau Marie-Rose, 13   Duranceau Laurette, 11 Continue reading

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Doucet, Alexandre m. Roy, Marie

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.

Index: Mignier Lagaces | France/QC/NB

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Doucet, Charles m. Arsenault, Marie


Charles Doucet and Marie Arsenault are a couple in my maternal family tree.

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Doucet, Tranquille & Pitre, Rebecca

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!

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Lagace, Joseph m. Doucet, Elizabeth – 1894

The marriage of my maternal grandparents Joseph Lagace and Elizabeth Doucet on the 26th of June 1894.Witnesses were Jerome Daigle and Mary Jane Lagace.

Ste-Therese Parish, Robertville

 

Index: Mignier Lagaces | France/QC/NB

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