Hall of Acadie

Genealogy of the North-Eastern New Brunswick Canada Hall Family
Généalogie de la Famille Hall du Nord-Est du Nouveau Brunswick Canada
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151 9. Germain Terriot was born about 1662 in Port-Royal and died on 29 Jul 1737 in Grand-Pré, NE.
Germain married Marie Anne Richard, daughter of Michel Richard and Madeleine Blanchard, on 25 Jun 1685 in Port-Royal. Marie was born in Oct 1671 in Port-Royal, died on 9 May 1745 in Grand-Pré, NE, and was buried on 10 May 1745 in Paroisse St-Charles-des-Mines, Grand-Pré, NE.

Noted events in their marriage were:

• Autre mariage: Autre mariage, Abt 1685, Port Royal , NE.
Children from this marriage were:

+ 30 M i. Claude Terriot was born about 1687 in Grand-Pré, NE, died on 8 May 1730 in Grand-Pré, NE, and was buried on 9 May 1730 in Paroisse St-Charles-des-Mines, Grand-Pré, NE.

+ 31 M ii. Jean Terriot was born about 1690 in Grand-Pré, NE and died on 1 Dec 1751 in Nouvelle-Ecosse.

+ 32 M iii. Jacques Terriot was born about 1691 in Grand-Pré, NE.

+ 33 F iv. Marie Terriot was born about 1693 in Grand-Pré, NE, died on 23 Jan 1763 in St-Thomas, Montmagny, Qc, and was buried on 24 Jan 1763 in St-Thomas, Montmagny, Qc.

+ 34 M v. Joseph Terriot was born about 1695 in Grand-Pré, NE.

+ 35 M vi. Hilarion Terriot was born before 1701 and died before 1714.

+ 36 F vii. Anne Terriot was born in 1705 in Grand-Pré, NE and died in 1759 in Miramichi, NB.

+ 37 M viii. Anonyme Terriot was born before 1707 and died before 1714.

+ 38 F ix. Madeleine Terriot was born about 1706 in Grand-Pré, NE and died between 1756 and 1763 in Southampton, Angleterre.

+ 39 F x. Marguerite Terriot was born on 8 Jun 1708 in Grand-Pré, NE and died in LA.

+ 40 M xi. Germain Terriot was born in 1713 in Grand-Pré, NE, died on 29 Jul 1737 in Grand-Pré, NE, and was buried on 30 Jul 1737 in Grand-Pré 
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152 a la Chapelle Royal LeBreton, Isabelle (I36879658)
 
153 About 1817 William Cooke left England to assume management of a fishing station located at Paradise Harbour on Placentia Bay on the south coast of Newfoundland. The fishing station had previously been owned by William's great-uncle George Cooke and had been inherited by William's father George in 1790. In 1821 William inherited his father's share in the ship Friends, a brig of 69 tons built at Cleavehouses, Bideford in 1812. In the early 1840s William Cooke left Newfoundland and settled at New Carlisle on the south coast of the Gaspe Peninsula. Cooke, William (I11600015)
 
154 Abraham was a gunsmith Family F35217894
 
155 ABT 68 years of age Drysdale, Thomas Philip (I63238964)
 
156 According to court case #164 May 1810, Amos s/o Amos had a brother called John. Both Brother did a land claim on 14 December 1799.

Might be John Hall who married Elspeth Duncan of Hopetwon http://person.ancestry.ca/tree/9932056/person/24222598514/facts  
Hall, John (I26089466)
 
157 After his release from prison in 1764 he returned to the St. John river and in the census of 1774 we find him married to Anastasia Daigle. In Major Studhomme's report of July 1783, he and his wife are listed as having two children and of having lived in the area for fourteen years. After being again forced from his homestead in 1783, he moved his family to Caraquet having been one of the grandtees of 1787. They probably had more children the the one listed. Family F56296035
 
158 After his release from prison in 1764 we find him resettled at the St. John river and in the census of 1774 married to Marie Cormier. In Major Studhomme's report of July 1783, he and his wife are listed as having two children and of having lived in the area for fourteen years. After again being forced from this homestead by the Loyalists in 1783, he moved his family to Caraquet, having been one of the grantees in the Caraquet land grand of 1787. They probably had more children then the ones listed. Family F17464096
 
159 After the Explulsion we find him back at the river St.John and in the census of 1774 where he stayed until his death in 1778. Some members of this family later established themselves in Quebec and some in the Maritimes. Godin, Charles dit Boisjoli (I63441188)
 
160 Agnietje is Dutch for Agnes Agnietje (I98165638)
 
161 Alexandre LeBreton, born 03 Apr 1820 in Tracadie, NB; died 05 Mar 1891 in Tracadie, NB. He was the son of 36. Jean Baptiste LeBreton and 37. Marie Anne Drysdale. He married 19. Veronique Breau 13 Jan 1845 in Tracadie, NB.
19. Veronique Breau, born Abt. Oct 1813 in Tracadie, NB; died 06 Mar 1904 in Tracadie, NB. She was the daughter of 38. Jean Baptiste Breau and 39. Anne Drisdell.

Children of Alexandre LeBreton and Veronique Breau are:
i. Pierre LeBreton, born 23 Sep 1843 in Tracadie, NB; died 07 Apr 1885 in Tracadie, NB; married Marguerite Sonier 25 Nov 1873 in Tracadie, NB; born 27 Apr 1854 in Tracadie, NB.
9 ii. Marie Therese LeBreton, born 17 Oct 1845 in Tracadie, NB; died 14 Mar 1919 in Tracadie, NB; married Dosithee Brideau 05 Feb 1872 in Tracadie, NB.
iii. Antoine LeBreton, born 08 Dec 1849 in Tracadie, NB; died 17 Jul 1886 in Tracadie, NB; married Marie Judith Brideau 21 Oct 1873 in Tracadie, NB; born 10 Nov 1853 in Tracadie, NB; died 28 Feb 1941 in Tracadie, NB.
iv. Alexandre LeBreton, born 20 Sep 1852 in Tracadie, NB; married Angelique Basque Abt. 1871 in Tracadie, NB; born Abt. 1845 in Tracadie, NB.
v. Veronique LeBreton, born Abt. 1854 in Tracadie, NB; died 25 Oct 1926 in Gloucester County, NB.
vi. Richard LeBreton, born Abt. 1856 in Tracadie, NB; died 28 Jan 1935 in Gloucester County, NB.
vii. Catherine LeBreton, born Abt. 1860 in Tracadie, NB; married Jean Baptiste St-Coeur Abt. 1891 in Tracadie, NB; born Abt. 1859 in Tracadie, NB; died 17 Apr 1918 in Tracadie, NB.
 
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162 Alexendre 23-09-1866
Suzanne 14-11-1874
Julie 7-6-1894
Alexendre 25-11-1896
Jean 25-8-1899
Francois 3-3-1901

Arman ? (Amos) 21-11-1826 (ne QC, Nat: Anglaise, Langue maternel: Anglais)
Marcelline 1-1-1831 
Hall, Amos John (I9434495)
 
163 ALLAIRE Side

Parents
ALLAIRE Joseph (1695 - ?)

Grandparents
ALLAIRE Jean François (1674 - 1721)
LABBÉ Anne-Marie (1679 - 1758)

Great Grandparents
ALLAIRE Charles (1637 - 1691)
FIEVRE Catherine-Marie (1646 - 1709)
LABBÉ Pierre (1643 - 1709)
MEUNIER Marguerite-Marie (1659 - 1733)

2nd Great Grandparents
ALLAIRE Sebastien (? - ?)
FLEURISSON Perrine (? - ?)
FIÈVRE Fiacre (? - 1663)
DUSOL Jacquette (1631 - ?)
LABBÉ François (? - ?)
LAFOREST Marie (? - ?)
MEUNIER Joseph Mathurin (1619 - 1676)
FAFARD Francoise (1634 - 1702)

3rd Great Grandparents
ALLAIRE Guillaume (? - ?)
FLEURISSON Rene (? - ?)
MEUNIER Rene (? - ?)
LEROUX Marie (? - ?)
FAFARD Jean (1598 - 1696)
TIBOU Elizabeth (1601 - ?)


RENAUD Side

Parents
RENAUD Charlotte (? - ?)

 
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164 Allan Mclean HALL was born 12 NOV 1878 in New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, and died 28 MAR 1931 in Vawn, Saskatchewan, Canada. He was the son of 52. Amos(3) HALL and 53. Jane MCINTYRE.
27. Isabella "Bella" ASTLES was born 28 MAY 1885 in New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, and died 24 FEB 1963 in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She was the daughter of 54. Robert Arthur "Robbie" ASTLES and 55. Isabella FORSYTHE.

Children of Isabella "Bella" ASTLES and Allan Mclean HALL are:
13. i. Lillian Bell HALL was born 9 JAN 1919 in Brock, Saskatchewan, Canada. She married Wallace William HAMPTON (HEMPTON) 21 NOV 1935 in Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada, son of Robert HEMPTON and Sarah Jane STAFFORD. He was born 27 MAR 1909 in Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada, and died 20 SEP 1995 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada. She married Living DRAGOMATZ.
ii. Ella Maude HALL was born 1 MAR 1907 in New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada. She married John Gilbert Francis CLEAVER. He died in "missing Place" No. 81647.
iii. Violet HALL was born 4 AUG 1925 in Edam, Saskatchewan, Canada. She married Arnold William KRUEGER 30 NOV 1950 in North Battleford, Saskatchewan, Canada. He was born 25 FEB 1914 in Vawn, Saskatchewan, Canada, and died 3 JAN 1989 in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. She married Living KOSTIUK.
iv. Walter Amos HALL was born 1 NOV 1903 in New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, and died 24 FEB 1998 in "missing Place" No. 26608. He married Annie [--?--] HALL in "missing Place" No. 52740. She died in "missing Place" No. 52740. He married Lillian Marlene JAKUBOWSKI 27 JAN 1961. She was born 6 MAY 1912.
v. Allan Robert HALL was born 27 JAN 1905 in New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada.
vi. Ruby Gertrude HALL was born 2 JAN 1913 in Edam, Saskatchewan, Canada, and died 7 AUG 1987 in Mcgrath, Alberta, Canada. She married Irvine HALL, son of Sidney Leroy HALL and Viola Maude WASHBURN. He was born 21 FEB 1911, and died JAN 1983 in Mcgrath, Alberta, Canada.
vii. Ethel Mildred HALL was born 10 MAR 1914, and died 10 AUG 1972. She married Walter BURTON.
viii. Arthur Chester HALL was born 9 FEB 1917 in Brock, Sasakchewan, Canada, and died 5 OCT 1972 in Lashburn, Saskatchewan, Canada. He married Anna Eileen MCLEAN 5 NOV 1945. She was born 9 JUL 1915 in Radisson, Saskatchewan, Canada.
ix. Muriel HALL was born ABT 1921.
x. Roy HALL was born ABT 1923 in Vawn, Saskatchewan, Canada, and died ABT 1933 in Vawn, Saskatchewan, Canada.
xi. Rita Blanche HALL was born 27 JAN 1905 in New Carlisle, Bonaventure Co., Québec, Canada, and died in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta, Canada. She married Howard MCNUTT in Saskatchewan, Canada.
xii. Hilda HALL was born ABT 1910. She married John(26) CAMPBELL.
xiii. Gladys Margaret HALL was born 6 NOV 1922, and died 12 JUL 1994 in Athabaska, Alberta. She married Arnold Ormiston WILLOUGHBY. He was born 6 FEB 1905, and died 24 JAN 1969 in "missing Place" No. 53859.
 
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165 Although Daniel ancestors are now known the link have been removed until publication. There was some abuse in the distribution of the information from this site and It was preferable to remove further link up from Daniel. You can contact the author directly to obtain the information. Hall, Daniel (I256328)
 
166 Although James ancestors are now known the link have been removed until publication. There was some abuse in the distribution of the information from this site and It was preferable to remove further link up from James. You can contact the author directly to obtain the information.

James was the first inhabitant of that family in New Carlisle QC Canada. A deed signed in September of 1787 in New Carlisle QC Canada provide proof of his presence in that period. 
Hall, James (I68997164)
 
167 Amable etait a la baie Sainte-Marie et a Memramcook en 1773 pis a la Fourche-a-Crapaud (Moncton) en 1783 Family F73619122
 
168 Amasa Beebe was clerk of the court. You can find many example of his duty in the 1816 book of relief and other court documents now being conserved at Musee of Gaspe Beebe, Asa (I44852668)
 
169 Ambroise Sicard (1631-1712) was a French Huguenot from Mornac near La Rochelle France who fled with his family into England and from there to the US before 1688.

He arrived in the US without a wife but with the five children: Ambroise (1666-1733), Daniel (1672-1742) Jacques 1675-1773), Marie 1677 m a Landrin, Silvi 1678 m a Coquillet

Ambroise Jr m Jeanne Perron and had Madelaine, the first child listed as baptised in the new French Church in NYC 1688, (Grandpa) Ambroise Sr was a sponser, Daniel m Catherine Woertman, Jacques m Anne Terrier

The Sicards helped to found New Rochelle, NY and the name Sicard is listed among the 151 Huguenot family names on the monument in Hudson Park, in New Rochelle.

Daniel is my line. His first child, also Daniel was born in New Rochelle in 1698 and married Catherine Mabie. That Daniel was just 6 months old when the first Census of New Rochelle residence was taken, Sept 1698. Thats some interesting reading if you can understand the strange spelling. Sicard is written as Cycar.

Three sons of Daniel Sicard Jr, John, Peter, James and their wives and children left New Rochelle and went out to the Susquehanna River Valley in Pennsylvania in 1773 to farm. About 3 years later they were burnt out and had to flee because they supported the British in the American Revolution.

The 3 brothers and their teenaged sons joined Butler's Rangers and fought for the British. The wives and girls and younger children fled north into Canada. James Secord who would later marry Laura Ingersoll was just 3 years old when he arrived in Canada.

James was the son of Lt James Secord and Madelaine Badeau. His older brother, Stephen (Etienne Sicard) was my 4th gg From Stephen's grandson, Guy Stephen Secord, come the New Zealand line of Secords.

The 3 brothers, John, Peter and James were the Loyalist ancestors of the Secords of Canada. 
Sicard, Ambroise (I73209112)
 
170 ame Born Death Father Mother Husband/Spouse
Charles Bourgeois 1646 J. Bourgeois J. Trahan Dugas Anne
Germain Bourgeois 1650 J. Bourgeois J. Trahan Beliveau Marguerite
Dugas Madeleine
Marie-Francoise Bourgeois 1652 02 Mar 1741 J. Bourgeois J. Trahan Cyr Pierre
Girouard Germain
Guillaume Bourgeois 1655 J. Bourgeois J. Trahan D'Aprendestiguy Marie-Anne
Marguerite Bourgeois 1658 J. Bourgeois J. Trahan Boudreau Jean-Jehan
Maisonnat Pierre
Mirande Emmanuel
Francoise Bourgeois 1659 1697 J. Bourgeois J. Trahan Dugas Claude
Anne Bourgeois 1661 28 Dec 1747 J. Bourgeois J. Trahan Leblanc Rene
Marie Bourgeois 1665 J. Bourgeois J. Trahan Leblanc Antoine
Jeanne Bourgeois 1667 10 Jun 1716 J. Bourgeois J. Trahan Comeau Pierre 
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171 ame Born Death Father Mother Husband/Spouse
Marie Gautrot 1636 F. Gautrot . Dupuis Michel
Charles Gautrot 1639 16 Dec 1714 F. Gautrot . Cousin Francoise
Marie Gautreau 1645 29 Nov 1732 F. Gautrot E. Briard Potet Jean
Theriault Claude
Renee Gautrot 1652 F. Gautrot E. Briard Labat Jean
Marguerite Gautrot 1654 02 Aug 1727 F. Gautrot E. Briard Girouard Jacques-Jacob
Francois Gautrot 1657 F. Gautrot E. Briard Brun Marie-Sebastienne
Claude Gautrot 1659 24 Mar 1733 F. Gautrot E. Briard Theriault Marie-Elizabeth
Charles Gautrot 1661 1724 F. Gautrot E. Briard Raimbault Francoise
Jeanne Gautrot 1665 19 Oct 1749 F. Gautrot E. Briard Lanoue Pierre
 
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172 amily Suzanne Bezier b. circa August 1685, d. 11 December 1757
Children 1. Susanne Comeau b. c 1705
2. Alexandre Comeau b. 21 Nov 1707, d. b 16 Oct 1764
3. Marie Josephe Comeau b. c 1710
4. Pierre Comeau+ b. 22 Feb 1712, d. b 1763
5. Marie Madeleine Comeau+ b. 20 Oct 1714, d. 13 Sep 1803
6. Etienne Comeau b. 2 Jan 1717, d. 17 Dec 1757
7. Anne Comeau b. 9 Oct 1718
8. Guillaume Comeau b. 27 May 1723, d. 17 Dec 1757
9. Joseph Comeau b. 6 Sep 1728
10. Francois Comeau b. c 1731
 
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173 amily 1 Guillaume Trahan b. circa 1601, d. 1684
Children 1. Guillaume Trahan+ b. c 1667, d. Sep 1755
2. Jean Charles Trahan+ b. c 1668, d. b 17 Oct 1729
3. Alexandre Trahan+ b. c 1670, d. 10 May 1751
4. Marie Trahan+ b. c 1672
5. Jeanne Trahan+ b. c 1674
6. Madeleine Trahan+ b. c 1678, d. 8 Dec 1742
 
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174 Amos Hall Jr. own a ship "New Carlisle" with is brother in law Joshua Beebe. The ship was register in New Carlisle, QC in 1807 Hall, Amos (I79569844)
 
175 Amos Hall m. Ann "Nancy" Greenman in New England, c1780. Amos Hall a sea captain in New England is born about 1744. They left issue nine children in New Carlisle, Qc who include: Esther m James Sawyer; Amos Jr m. Ann McGear; Sarah m Asa Beebe; Alexander 1787-1874; Barbara m Joshua Beebe; Eunice m John-Johnson Mann; David m Mary Dow; Daniel; and Helen Hall m John Byers. Amos Hall Senior seems to be the son of James Hall poss from NY Colony. Trying to place these people in the context of Colonial America, Massachusetts, Rhode Island or NY. Seek to identify Amos Hall and marriage with Ann "Nancy" Greenman Family F69019711
 
176 Amos HALL was born on 14 February 1749 in Westerly, Washington, RI. He died in 1810 in RI. Parents: David HALL-4216 and Judith WILBUR-4217. Hall, Amos (I4326437)
 
177 Amos jr was part-owner of a ship, the "New Carlisle", with is brother-in-law Josuha Beebe. The ship was build in 1807. It was a schooner of 67 tonage


From at least as early as 1790, a number of New Carlisle Loyalists and their descendants were ship owners, ship builders and masters of a substantial number of schooners, brigantines and brigs. The Caldwells were the most prominent in this field but others included the Bebees, Billingsley, Chisholmes, Dobsons, Halls, Sherers and Starnes (13). A number of New Carlisle Loyalists maintained connections with other members of their families who had settled in the present day Ontario. An example of this can be found in a collection of letters from the Ontario Bebees (Beebe) to their cousins on New Carlisle (14) and what may be replies to this correspondence is held privately by a Bebee descendant in Ontario. (The writer has heard of but not seen the Ontario letters).

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/b/a/k/Lani-R-Mitchell/FILE/0001text.txt
 
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178 An "Amasa Beebe" is cited as "notaire" in Charles Robin archives fonds. Beebe, Amasa (I18938383)
 
179 Anglican Church Hall, William Amos (I37638928)
 
180 Anne FERGUSSON d/o William and Esther Richard
Brn. June 17 1810

Francois FERGUSSON s/o William and Mary Esther Richard
Brn. Jan 27 1809

Marie FERGUSSON d/o Guillaume (judge) and Mary Esther Richard
Brn. Aug 16 1803 age 11

Marie Esther FERGUSSON d/o Guillaume and Marie Esther Richard
Brn. Aug 16 1806

Pierre FERGUSSON s/o Guillaume and Esther Richard
Brn. March 5 1805 
Family F5730406
 
181 Anne fit sa profession de foi catholique le 20 juin 1803, soit avant son mariage puisqu'elle etait d'une autre religion. L'histoire ous dit que Nancy dite Anne se serait enfuie de ches ses parents de Neguac a travers les bois jusqu'a Tracadie pour rejoindre son amant "son princecharmant" Jean-Baptiste. Ils s'epouseront le 20 juin 1803. C'est a ce moment qu'elle abjura et se convertit a la foi catholique. Ses fils Pierre et Jean seront les temoins lors de ses funerailles. Drysdelle (Drysdale), Anne Nancy (I64841415)
 
182 Anne Guerin 1660 23 Jan 1718 F. Guerin A. Blanchard Godin Laurent
Marie Guerin 1662 F. Guerin A. Blanchard Arsenault Pierre
Jerome Guerin 1664 F. Guerin A. Blanchard Aucoin Isabelle
Huguette-Radegonde Guerin 1667 F. Guerin A. Blanchard Doucet Charles 
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183 Antoine etait tonnelier Family F97556592
 
184 Antoine Hebert was born Abt. 1621 in France, and died Bet. 1686 - 1693 at Port Royal, Acadia.

Wife Genevieve Lefranc was born Abt. 1613, and died Bet. 1686 - 1693 in Port Royal, Acadia. They were married Abt. 1648.


Their children were:

1- Jean Hebert b: Abt. 1649 Port Royal, Acadia

2- Jean Hebert b: Abt. 1653 Port Royal, Acadia; d: Bef. 1707 Mines, Grand Pre, Acadia
+Marie Anne Doucet b: Abt. 1661 Port Royal, Acadia; m: Abt. 1676 Port Royal, Acadia; d: 3 November 1710 Grand Pre, Acadia; burial: 4 November 1710 St. Charles aux Mines, Grand Pre, Acadia

3- Catherine Hebert b: Abt. 1656 Port Royal, Acadia; d: Aft. 1714 St. Charles des Mines, Acadia
+Jacques Leblanc b: Abt. 1651 Port Royal, Acadia; m: Abt. 1673 Port Royal, Acadia; d: Aft. 26 May 1731 Grand Pre, Acadia


Notes for Antoine Hebert:
- Antoine Hebert arrived in Acadia c1640 with his brother Etienne under a recruitment by D'Aulnay.
- 1671 Port Royal: Anthoine Hebert 50 cooper, Genevieve LeFrand 58, Jean 22, Jean 18, Catherine 15; 18 cattle, 7 sheep, 6 arpents of cultivated land at 2 locations.
- 1686 Port Royal: Antoine Hebert 72, Genevieve leFranc 80. 
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185 Antoine Landry was born Abt. 1660 at Port Royal, Acadia, and died Bef. 16 February 1711 at St. Charles des Mines, Acadia.

Wife Marie Thibodeau was born Abt. 1661 at Port Royal, Acadia, and died Bef. 16 February 1711 at St. Charles des Mines, Acadia. They were married Abt. 1681 at Port Royal, Acadia.


Their children were:

1- Marie Marguerite Landry b: 4 September 1682 Beaubassin, Acadia (baptism: 25 June 1684 Mines); d: Bef. 27 April 1734 Cobequit, Acadia
+Jean Hebert b: Abt. 1681 Port Royal, Acadia; m: Abt. 1701 Acadia; d: Aft. 1734 Acadia

2- Antoine Landry b: 4 December 1683 Beaubassin, Acadia (baptism: 25 June 1684 Mines);d: Aft. 1755 Boston, MA
+Marie Blanche Leblanc b: Abt. 1687 Port Royal, Acadia; m: Abt. 1705 Acadia; d: Aft. 1755 Boston, MA

Notes for Antoine Landry:
- 1707 Mines: Antoine Landry, wife, 1 boy <14; 1 arpent, 3 cattle, 8 sheep, 8 hogs.
- 1714 La Rivierre des Habitants: Antoine Landry, wife, 2 boys, 1 girl.

3- Isabelle Landry b: 23 June 1685 Beaubassin, Acadia (baptism: 13 May 1686 Mines); d: Abt. 1709 Acadia
+Pierre Hebert b: Abt. 1679 Port Royal, Acadia; m: Abt. 1702 Acadia; d: Aft. 1754

Notes for Isabelle Landry:
1703 Beaubassin: Pierre Hebert, wife, 1 girl.
1707 Beaubassin: Pierre Hebert, Jeanne Landry, 2 boys <14; 4 arpents, 6 cattle, 10 sheep, 4 hogs.
28 August 1714 Beaubassin: Pierre Hebert, Marie-Josephe Blou, Jean Margueritte, Marie, Pierre, Joseph.

4- Anne Landry b: Abt. 1688 Mines, Acadia; d: 4 September 1767 St. Sulpice, Quebec
+Antoine Leblanc b: Abt. 1682 Port Royal, Acadia; m: Abt. 1703 St. Charles des Mines, Acadia; d: 27 January 1739 Grand Pre, Acadia

Notes for Anne Landry:
- 1707 Les Mines: Antoine blanc fils, wife, 1 boy <14 (sic), 1 girl <12; 5 cattle, 8 sheep, 8 hogs, 5 arpents.
- 1714 Mines (Riviere des Habitants): Antoine Leblanc, wife, 3 boys, 2 girls

5- Pierre Landry b: Abt. 1690 Mines, Acadia
+Marguerite Forest b: Abt. 1695 Les Mines, Acadia; m: Abt. 1713 Les Mines, Acadia

Notes for Pierre Landry:
- 1714 Pisiquit: Pierre Landry, wife, 1 girl

6- Francois Landry b: Abt. 1692 Les Mines, Acadia; d: 21 April 1767 L'Assomption, Quebec
+Marie Josephe Doucet b: Abt. 1694 Les Mines, Acadia; m: 27 May 1711 Grand Pre, Acadia; d: 29 December 1767 L'Assomption, Quebec

Notes for Francois Landry:
- 1714 census (La Riviere des Habitants): Francois Landry & wife.

7- Francoise Landry b: Abt. 1695 Mines, Acadia; d: 3 October 1767 Lavaltrie, Quebec
+Pierre Leblanc b: Abt. 1686 Port Royal, Acadia; m: 16 February 1711 Grand Pre, Acadia; d: 22 October 1769 general hospital of Montreal, Quebec

Notes for Francoise Landry:
- 1714 Les Mines: Pierre LeBlan, wife, 2 girls

8- Germain Landry b: Abt. 1695 Mines, Acadia; d: 18 April 1770 L'Assomption, Quebec
+Cecile Forest b: Abt. 1699 Les Mines, Acadia; m: Abt. 1722 Les Mines, Acadia

9- Jean Landry b: Abt. 1696 Mines, Acadia; d: Aft. 1741
+Madeleine Melanson b: Abt. 1697 Grand Pre, Acadia; m: Abt. 1717 Grand Pre, Acadia; d: 30 April 1769 Yamachiche, Quebec

10- Joseph Landry b: Abt. 1701 Mines, Acadia; d: Bef. 14 September 1769
+Marguerite Forest b: Abt. 1707 Beaubassin, Acadia; m: Abt. 1727 Beaubassin, Acadia; d: Bef. 11 January 1745 Acadia
*2nd Wife of Joseph Landry:
+Marie Josephe Bourg b: 16 June 1711 Grand Pre, Acadia; m: 11 January 1745 Grand Pre, Acadia; d: 5 September 1792 Donaldsonville, Ascension, LA

11- Angelique Landry b: Abt. 1703 Mines, Acadia
+Joseph Babin b: 1702 St. Charles des Mines, Acadia; m: Abt. 1723 Acadia; d: 1752 St. Charles des Mines, Acadia

12- Marguerite Landry b: Abt. 1689 Riviere aux Canards, Acadia
+Jacques Hebert b: Abt. 1684 Port Royal, Acadia; m: Abt. 1706 Acadia; d: 31 December 1747 Grand Pre, Acadia

Notes for Marguerite Landry:
- 1707 Les Mines: Jacques Hebert, wife; 6 cattle, 5 sheep, 6 hogs, 3 arpents
- 1714 Les Mines: Jacques Hebert, wife, 2 boys, 3 girls



Notes for Antoine Landry:
- 1686 Port Royal: Antoine Landry 26, Marie Thibodeau 25, Marie 4, Antoine 2, Isabelle 1; 2 guns, 9 arpents, 8 cattle, 6 sheep, 10 hogs.
- 1693 Les Mines: Antoine Landry 33, Marie Tibaudeau 32, Marie 10, Antoine 9, Isabelle 7, Anne 5, Marguerite 4, Pierre 3, Francois 1; 15 cattle, 8 sheep, 6 hogs, 12 arpents, 1 gun.
- 1701 Les Mines (Riviere St. Antoine): Antoine Landry, wife, 6 boys, 5 girls; 8 arpents, 25 cattle, 25 sheep, 16 hogs, 1 gun.
- 1703 Les Mines: Antoine Landry, wife, 2 boys, 2 girls; 1 arms bearer.

 
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186 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Family F10813696
 
187 arie Esther Theriault was born on November 25th, 1790 in Caraquet, Gloucester and died on February 16th, 1891 in Bathurst, Gloucester. She was married to Charles Olivier Pitre, son of Michel Pitre (1735) and Marie-Josephe Orillon (1736-1812) in Bathurst on April 28th, 1812. The couple had four children.

Timothee Theriault was born on September 6th, 1792 in Caraquet, Gloucester and died on February 25th, 1818. He never married.

Sophie Theriault was born on October 25th, 1795 in Caraquet. She married Belonie Chamberlain, son of Jean Baptiste Chamberlain and Marie Pitre, on Nov 3rd ,1814 in Bathurst, New Brunswick.

Joachim Theriault was born in 1799 in Caraquet, Gloucester. He married Claire Gauvin on November 21st, 1820 in Caraquet. Claire was the daughter of Charles Gauvin and Madeleine Paulin. She was born in 1802 and died on August 22nd, 1877. The couple had three children.

Marie Theriault was born in 1801 and died on August 21st, 1878. She married Edouard Glasse, son of Olivier Glasse and Genevieve Dubeau, on February 3rd, 1824 in Caraquet.

Julienne Theriault was born in June 1802 in Caraquet and died on February 9th, 1874. She was married to Isidore Thadee Blanchard, son of Desiree Blanchard and Julienne Legere, on October 14th, 1822 in Caraquet.

Tarsile Theriault married Eloi Godin on May 6th, 1828 in Caraquet, Gloucester. Tarsile was born on March 15th, 1808 and died on October 17th, 1829. Her husband was born on September 6th, 1806. 
Family F10473511
 
188 Armurier(gunnsmith) Dugas, Abraham (I93781240)
 
189 arpenteur Jure, juge et notaire royal Family F833129
 
190 Arrived in New England on the "Griffin" in 1633 with his borther William. John was label an "antinomian" and was exiled in Exeter, NH. John arrived shortly in Newport (Nieu-Port) RI on 28/4/1639. Was still and inhabitant of Newport in 1665 and member of the first Baptist chirch in the colonies. Family F18581576
 
191 Arrived in Newport Rhode Island United State in 1664 and move to Westerly Rhode Island United State the same year. Was accompagnied of his wife Honor and sons Henry jr. and James . Bought two mile tract of land called "Westerly Manor". Made the Oath of Allegiance in 1679. His Will was probated in 1705. Hall, Henry (I20369443)
 
192 Arundel Castle Plantagenet, Countess of Arundel Eleonor (I56124542)
 
193 At the expulsion of the Acadians in 1755, Jacques and his brother Pierre, and several other Acadians avoided capture by the British troops and waged guerrilla warfare against the invaders. However, hanger and misery got the best of their fighting spirit, so they eventually surrendered to the enemy. Jacques was among the prisoners at Fort Cumberland (Beausejour) in 1763. His fist wife, Agathe, died around 1758, and he remarried in 1761 to Marie-Madeleine Hache-Gallant. After their release from captivity, Jacques and his family moved on the west side of the Memramcook River where is now the old cemetery on the La Montain road. (Les ancetres et descendants de Honore Leger et Angeline Boudreau - Gisele Leger Ryan & Maurice Leger 1999) Family F11322546
 
194 au recensement de 1693, elle est a Beaubasin avec sa famille et mariee avec Pierre Martin
au recensement de 1701, elle est a Port-Royal.
au recensement de 1714, elle est encore a Port-Royal et age de 74 ans. 
Rousseliere, Jeanne (I93502199)
 
195 Au resensement de 1698, Louis est dit age de 44 ans, ce qui le ferait naitre en 1654. L'age donne lors de son deces, le ferait cependant naitre en 1651. Allain, Louis (I83458102)
 
196 Au resensement de Miramichi en 1761, il avait 3 garcons et 3 filles et residait a Shepoudie puis Neguac Family F93820480
 
197 AUDET, Anne
Gender: Female
Birth : 1757 in Memramcook, Westmorland, NEW BRUNSWICK
Parents:
Father: GAUDET, Jean Baptiste (Dit Varouel)
Mother: BASTARACHE, Anne Marie
Family:
Spouse:
LEGER, Frederick
Gender: Male
Family:
Marriage: 1778 in Petitcodiac, ACADIA (NEW BRUNSWICK)
Spouse:
LEGER, Joseph
Gender: Male
Birth : 22 April 1753 in Petitcodiac, ACADIA (NEW BRUNSWICK)
Baptism : 12 June 1753 in Petitcodiac, ACADIA (NEW BRUNSWICK)
Death : 31 May 1815 in Memramcook, Westmorland, NEW BRUNSWICK
Parents:
Father: LEGER, Jacques Pierre
Mother: BREAU, Agathe
Children:
LEGER, Pierre (Dit La Poussiere)
LEGER, Jean (Dit Petit Jean)
LEGER, Louise
LEGER, Pascal
LEGER, Lablanche
LEGER, Jerome
LEGER, Thomas
LEGER, Lablanche
LEGER, Julien
Gender: Male
Birth : about 1795 in Memramcook, Westmorland, NEW BRUNSWICK
Occupation : Farmer
LEGER, Marie
LEGER, Modeste  
Family F18992561
 
198 Baie Verte Vigneau, Maurice (I60241182)
 
199 Baptise a Quebec, QC Canada, il eut comme parrain le sieur Michel Pean, officier des troupes de la marine, et pour marraine, dlle Marie-Anne De la Corne. Vers les annees 1768 il est a Caraquet et le missionnaire lui confia le pouvoir d'ondoyer les enfants nes en son absence Parise, Michel-Ignace (I6385573)
 
200 Baptist religion
 
Rice, William (I68038356)
 

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