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Theriault Family of Grande-Anse | New Bandon

Theriault Genealogy | Grande Anse | New Bandon | Gloucester County | New Brunswick | Map

The George Theriault  who married Agnes Aube in 1872 and then settled in Grand-Anse (New Bandon) was the son of Sidefroy Theriault and Luce Landry and the grandson of the first Theriault couple to have settled  in Grand-Anse – Jean-Baptiste Theriault and Genevieve Pinet.   

George Theriault and Agnes Aube had at least the following children: Marie Phebee (m. Augustin Thibodeau, son of Alexis Thibodeau and Rose Fournier of Green Point, 1897), Alfred (m.  Francoise Godin of Caraquet, daughter of Nazaire Godin and Olive Dugas, 1900), Georgiana also Georgie Ann (m.  Elmeric Laliberte, of Fall River, U.S.A., son of Patrick Laliberte and Celina Lavallee, 1900), Valerie (m. Albert Chouinard, 1901), Albert (m. Therese Doucet of Bathurst Village, 1906)

George’s father Sidefroy Theriault (son of Jean-Baptiste Theriault and Genevieve Pinet) had married Luce Landry (daughter of Anselme Landry and Marie Brideau)  on January 27th, 1824. Fidele Theriault says they had fifteen children of which 9 were still alive at his death. Their children included Jean C, a sailor who was born in 1840, Lazare, a teacher who married Mary Lewis), Agnes, Georges  himself, who married Agnes Aube, Elisabeth who married Alfred Aube (widower of Marie-Anne Blais), and ValerieContinue reading

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The Cormiers | Pioneers of Caraquet

Caraquet Cormier pioneersThe original Cormiers in Canada (Robert Cormier and Marie Theriault) came from La Rochelle, France. The earliest Cormier couples I have found in Caraquet are the three sons of Jean-Baptiste Cormier and Marie Theriault.

1. Alexis Cormier and Elisabeth Gauthier (daughter of Joseph Gauthier and Marguerite Bujold) had the following children: Joseph Alexis, Nicolas (m. Rosalie Hebert, daughter of Jean Hebert and Rose Cyr), FlorentJean-BaptisteThadeeElisabeth RebeccaJulienReine-ElisabethFredericVictoire (m. Jean-Baptiste Legere, daughter of Olivier Legere and Marie-Joseph Hebert). Continue reading

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French Canadian Pioneers: The Caveliers of Quebec

Index: Early French Canadian Pioneers 

 

QUEBEC SURNAMES: Cavelier + Beaudry, Duvivier, Fournier | Vintage postcard of the Montmagny, Quebec quarries

 

Guillaume Cavelier | Barbe Beaudry

October 20th, 1692, Pointe-aux-Trembles (Island of Montreal)

[Occ. master musketman]  [Baptismal record]

Jean Cavelier / Lecavelier | Elisabeth Fournier Continue reading

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French Canadian Pioneers: The Proulx of Quebec

Index: Early French Canadian Pioneers 

QUEBEC SURNAMES: Proulx + Fournier, Pinel, Sebile | LOCATIONS: Quebec, Blois (France) | Vintage postcard of Quebec City's Chateau Frontenac

 

Jean Proulx / Proust | Jacquette Fournier

June 5th, 1673, Quebec (Notre-Dame)

[Occ. servant]  [Baptismal record]

Jean Proulx / Prou / Proust | Catherine Pinel Continue reading

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French Canadian Pioneers: The Fourniers of Quebec

Index: Early French Canadian Pioneers

 

Antoine Fournier / Prefontaine | Marie Ronceray

February 11th, 1688, Boucherville

[Occ. military, troupes de la Marine, Troyes] Continue reading

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Riviere Ouelle: Jean Anctil/St-Jean & Marguerite Levesque

This plaque is dedicated to the founding couple of the Anctils in North America

and has been placed in Riviere-Ouelle at the exact location of Jean Anctil’s land grant.

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Anctil/St-Jean/Levesque – Founding Family

Jean Anctil/St-Jean married Marguerite Levesque on 25 Nov 1738 in Riviere-Ouelle (Kamouraska) in the Bas-St-Laurent region of Quebec, Canada. Jean was from Ducey (St-Pair, Manche) in France and he was the son of Louis Anquetil and Jeanne Fontaine. He arrived in Quebec in 1734 and was a fisherman. His wife Marguerite was the daughter of Francois-Robert Levesque and Charlotte Aubert. The couple settled in La Pocatiere. Continue reading

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