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Early French Canadian Pioneers: The Perraults of Quebec

Bernard Perot / Peyrote |Jean Perrault / Payrault / Poitevin | Marguerite Talon

February 22nd, 1704, Quebec (Notre-Dame)

[Occ. Carpenter – of barracks]

Jacques Perrault / Perreau | Marie-Elisabeth Navers

January 10th, 1724, Chateau Richer

[Occ. surgeon]

Jean Perrault / Payrault / Poitevin | Marie-Anne Menard

June 27th, 1752, Montreal (Notre-Dame)

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Early French Canadian Pioneers: The Poulins of Quebec

Claude-Basile Poulin / Poullain |  Jeanne Mercier

August 8, 1639

Francois Poulin | Marie-Josephe Cauchon

January 24, 1763 Continue reading

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Evelyn in Montreal: Helie/Breton, Pierre m. Bisson, Catherine

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US census Waldo, Belfast, Maine, showing family married about 1848 and they are also present in Maine in 1850. In the 1860 Us census they have following children: Amelia, Emma and Anora…. | Living with them the family of Levi Harts and wife is Lucy with children: Mary, Joshua and Jacob. Parents born Canada and children Maine Also in the home: Albert E Young laborer born Maine. This is a farm. | Later at Waterville he is declared to be son of Pierre and Catherine Bisson who married 10 Feb 1821, st. Joseph Beauce, Quebec. | Do not know where Pierre and Julie married however they were also known as “Butler”. He married a second time to Sophie Poulin (Jos and Elis. Turcotte), 13 Feb 1881 at Waterville, ME  Assistance appreciated….. Libby Quanstrom

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Pierre HELIE/Breton,
son of Joseph Helie/Breton and Marie Poulin

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Early French Canadian Pioneers: The Amyots of Quebec

Jean Gentien Amyot  |  Marguerite Poulin

August 7th, 1673, Ste-Anne-de-Beaupre

[Occ. locksmith]

 

Variations and associated surnames:

Amiot – Amroi – Amyault

Beaucage – Bocage – de Villeneuve – Laperriere – Larpiiere

Licour(t) – Lusignan – Neuville – Villeneuve – Vincelot(te)

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Related Posts:

Index: Early French Canadian Pioneers of Quebec

Acadian & French-Canadian Genealogy & History

Image source:

Banq, Jos. Amyot & Fils, importateurs, Quebec, Que

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Evelyn in Montreal: Breton m. Bisson, St-Joseph-de-Beauce, Quebec

Libby Quanstrom wanted information about the following family: US census Waldo, Belfast, Maine, showing family married about 1848 and they are also present in Maine in 1850. In the 1860 Us census they have following children: Amelia, Emma and Anora…. Living with them the family of Levi Harts and wife is Lucy with children: Mary, Joshua and Jacob Parents born Canada and children Maine Also in the home: Albert E Young laborer born Maine. This is a farm. Later at Waterville he is declared to be son of Pierre and Catherine Bisson who married 10 Feb 1821, st. Joseph Beauce, Quebec. Do not know where Pierre and Julie married however they were also known as “Butler”. He married a second time to Sophie Poulin (Jos and Elis. Turcotte), 13 Feb 1881 at Waterville, ME.

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Pierre HELIE/Breton (son of Joseph Helie/Breton and Marie Poulin) married Catherine Bisson (daughter of Andre Bisson and Catherine Doyon) on October 2nd, 1821 in St. Joseph de Beauce, Beauce, Quebec.


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