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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201 Bathurst – Mrs. Aline Hall, 74, of Riverside Dr. and formerly of Allardville, passed away on Tuesday (March 11, 2014) at the
1939 – 2014
Chaleur Regional Hospital, Bathurst.
Born in Allardville, she was the daughter of the late Eddy and Marie (Arseneau) Hall.
She is survived by three children: Hélène Paulin (Eric Milette) of Vaudreuil, Que., Louise Paulin of Caroline, Alta. and Richard Paulin of St-Roch-de-Richelieu, Que.
Three grandchildren: Pierre-Éric, Jocelyn, Bradley and three great-grandchildren: Keegan, Kaydence and Tucker.
Five brothers: Tim (feu Madelaine) Hall, Denis (Cécile) Hall and Melvin all of Allardville, Eddy Hall (Pierrette) of North Tetagouche and Audy (Emilia) Hall of Oshawa, Ont.
Three sisters: Claudine (Claude) Diotte of Ste-Marie-de-Kent, N.B., Claudia Duguay and Doris Doucet (Léonard) both of Allardville. Several nieces and nephews.
She was pre-deceased by a sister, Claudette.
There will be no visitation at the Funeral Home.
A Funeral Service will be celebrated on Saturday, March 15, 2014 at 11 a.m. from Sacred Heart Cathedral, St.Andrew St., Bathurst.
Donations in memory of Aline may be made to a charity of the donors choice.
Arrangements are in the care of Elhatton’s Funeral Home (www.elhatton.com), Bathurst.
 
Hall, Aline (I49236379)
 
202 Batpisee dans la paroisse de Notre-Dame-de-Quebec, par le pere Andre, du seminaire de Quebec. Son parrain est Jacques Perrault et sa marraine, Therese Grandmeny. Boissel, Marie-Therese (I62107480)
 
203 Belsyde Cemetery Noble, Ethel Lucy Irmina (I3458833)
 
204 Benjamin WILBUR (Joseph , William ) was born 20 Jun 1699 in Little Compton, Newport Co., Rhode Island. He died 1772 in Little Compton, Newport Co., Rhode Island.

THE WILDBORES IN AMERICA, Vol. 1, by John Reid Wilbor and Benjamin Franlin Wilbour, 1933, page 44.
Benjamin Wilbore removed to Westerly, where as Benjamin Wilbor of Westerly, yeoman, he made his will March 19, 1772. It was proven April 20, 1772.
He died between March 19 and April 20, 1772.
He bequeathed to sons Christopher "Silver spoon marked B.W.
To wife Ruth, money left her by her first husband.
To son John my farm in Westerly and 1/2 of land I purchased of James Babcock. To son Joseph 1/2 of land bought of James Babcock.
To son David land I purchased of my son Joseph? He also made bequests to daughter Judity Hall and to Grandchildren Benjamin Coon, Jeremiah Coon, Joseph Coon, John Coon and Ann Coon.
In April 1, 1742 he with wife Deborah sold 96 acres of land in Westerly to William Wilbour, weaver of Little Compton.

Benjamin married (1) Deborah GIFFORD, daughter of Christopher GIFFORD and Deborah PERRY, on 9 Nov 1724. Deborah was born 2 Feb 1700. She died in Westerly, Kings Co., Rhode Island.

They had the following children:

36 M i Christopher WILBUR was born 23 Dec 1726. He died 1821 in New Smyrna, New York and was buried in Lystiver Cemetery, Sherbourne, New York.

They had thirteen children.

Christopher married Sarah VAUGHN on 17 Dec 1746. Sarah was born 2 Sep 1726.
+ 37 F ii Lydia WILBUR was born 3 May 1729.
38 F iii Judith WILBUR was born 23 Nov 1730.

Judith married David HALL on May 1748. David was born in Westerly, Kings Co., Rhode Island.
39 M iv John WILBUR was born 31 Jan 1733 in Stonington, New London Co., Connecticut. He died 24 Aug 1811 in Winthrop, Maine.

He was born in Stonington and removed to Winthrop, Maine. He served in the war of the Revolution and had 7 children.

John married Elizabeth LARROBIE on 28 Mar 1761.
+ 40 M v Capt. Joseph WILBUR was born 23 Sep 1736.
41 M vi David WILBUR was born 1738. He died 1826.

Lived in Westerly and had eight children.

David married Hannah PENDLETON on 27 Apr 1765.
Benjamin also married (2) Ruth PENDLETON, daughter of Caleb PENDLETON and Elizabeth COTTRELL. Ruth was born in Westerly, Kings Co., Rhode Island. She died 1787 in Westerly, Kings Co., Rhode Island.

BRIAN PENDLETON AND HIS DESCENDANTS, 1599-1910, Compiled by Everett Hall Pendleton, Privatley Printed MCMX, found in the DAR Library, Washington, DC. Page 75.
36. Ruth-4 Pendleton (Caleb-3), was born probably at Westerly, RI, and died there in 1787. She married (1) Dec 1726, at Westerly, RI, Benoni Smith; (2) Benjamin Wilbur.
Ruth's second marriage is not upon recard, but her second husband was Benjamin Wilbur, who had also been married before. His will, dated 19 Mar 1772 (Westerly C & P Rec., iv, 177), give to "wife, Ruth, the use and improvement of one third part of the money that the land sold for that her former husband, Benoni Smith Esq. died seized of." On the 2d April 1772, she gave receipt to Joseph Wilbur, executor to Benjamin Wilbur for 27 pounds 12s, 1d," in full of what was given me by my former husaban, Benoni Smith, and also given to me by my late husband Benjamin Wilbur, dec." (Ibid., p. 183).
That Ruth had some difficulty with her step-children in the settlement of this estate is evident from the following: "At a meeting of Benjamin Wilbur, being cited to appear before the Council to answer the complaint of Joseph Wilbur executor to Benjamin Wiolbur [that she had concealed some of the personal property of the dec.] appeared and made oath that she had presented all the personal estate of said deceased to said Executor. . . in order that said Executor might make an Inventory of same" (Ibid., p. 203).
Ruth probably died early in 1787, as on the 19th of March in that year inventory of estate of widow Ruth Wilbur was taken by Joshua and Nathan Pendleton. 
Family F49973133
 
205 Bigaouette est le nom de sa mere amerindienne (Abenaqui) adoptive Thomas Bigaouet, Claude (I74891904)
 
206 birth 10/10/1894 ?? Hall, Julia (I61989744)
 
207 Bonaventure Census 1861
 
Family F96793893
 
208 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Beaulieu, Louis (I78006710)
 
209 born ABT 1646-1650 Santonge or Rochefort in France Arsenault, Pierre (I18682481)
 
210 Born at the river St. John in 1736. Following the destruction of the settlement by the English in 1759 he and his brothers took refuge at the Miramichi River and joined the guerilla forces of Boishebert. They were captured in 1761 and taken prisoners to Halifax. After his release in 1764 we find him at the river St. John and in the census of 1774 married to Angelique Bergeron. The influx of Loyalists in 1783 again forced him from his homestead. In Major Studhomme's report Jean-Baptiste and his wife are listed as having five children and of having resided there fourteen years. Bona Arsenault, the Acadian historian, reports that this Baptiste Godin's name appears as one of the 35 heads of family on the 1st Caraquet land grant of 1784, but according to the archives, his names does not appear until the Caraquet land grant of 1787. Godin, Jean-Baptiste (I17901174)
 
211 Born in the Gaspésie peninsula
 
LeBreton, Anne (I44215360)
 
212 Buried in Newell Cemetery Tingley, Margaret (I59055824)
 
213 Buried in Newell Cemetery Tingley, Mary (I31315420)
 
214 Buried in Newell Cemetery Tingley, Eunice (I82948218)
 
215 C'est le 31 juillet 1654 que le commandant Anglais Robert Sedgwick tente de s'emparer de Port-Royal avec des centaines d'hommes réparties sur trois navires et une caiche. Jehan Poirier, matelot, est du nombre des défenseurs lors d'une embuscade organisée par les Acadiens. C'est à ce moment qu'il perdra la vie. Les Anglais parviendront toutefois à s'emparer du fort. Le major John Leverett devînt alors gouverneur militaire de l'Acadie..." Texte de Richard Poirier. Fondé sur la toute dernière hypothèse des Recherches historiques Acadiennes).
Archives de Claude de Razilly
Liste des passagers du vaisseau le Saint-François, parti de La Rochelle le 7 mai 1641:

''... Compte de tout ce que jay paie aux matelots et Soldats de l'equipage du Nre Le St francois qui est parti Le 7me May 1641 pour La troisieme foy + + + Nons des Matelots qui ont receu de largent et Sen Sont fais et mis au Service du Roy... Jehan poirier...''

Jean Poirier was born about 1621 in La Chaussée, Loudun, Poitou, France. He died in 1654. He was married to Jeanne Chabrat (daughter of Antoine Chabrat and Françoise Chaumeret) in 1648 in Port-Royal, Acadie. Jeanne Chabrat was born on 5 Feb 1627 in La Chaussée, Loudun, Poitou, France. Jean Poirier and Jeanne Chabrol had the following children:

+2 i. Marie-Françoise Poirier.
+3 ii. Michel Poirier.


http://happyones.com/genealogy/poirier/jean-poirier.html 
Family F31551587
 
216 C’est à Tourouvre, chef-lieu du canton de l’arrondissement de Mortagne-au-Perche Carte = (Normandie,Orne) , que Jean Guyon possède ses racines terriennes. Fils de Jacques Guyon et de Marie Huet, il est baptisé le vendredi 18 septembre 1592, à Saint-Aubin de Tourouvre, département de l'Orne.
Jean Guyon grandit à Tourouvre, fréquente l’école, apprend le métier de maçon et prépare la fondation de son foyer.Jean Guyon, épouse le 2 ou 12 juin 1615, à la paroisse Saint-Jean de Mortagne, au Perche, Mathurine Robin, fille d’Eustache Robin et de Madeleine Avrard. Jean Guyon travaille à Mortagne pendant plus de 18 ans. C’est là que naissent huit de ses dix enfants.
Le 14 mars 1634, Jean Guyon et le pionnier Zacharie Cloutier, s’engage par un même contrat, à suivre le seigneur Robert Giffard, en Nouvelle-France.Le 4 juin 1634, le bateau accoste à Québec, puis quitte la basse-ville pour rejoindre la petite rivière de Notre-Dame de Beauport. Au plus vite, il fallait semer, élever une maison, s’installer. Zacharie Cloutier et Jean Guyon, tracent près de la rivière DuBuisson, leur premier carré de maison, une maison commune, semble-t-il.Puis en 1637, Robert Giffard leur concède des fiefs dans sa seigneurie de Beauport. Zacharie Cloutier reçoit l’arrière-fief de la Cloutièrerie et pour Jean Guyon, celle du Buisson, près de la rivière du même nom. Guyon s’attribue à lui-même ce surnom DuBuisson.Jean Guyon, Sieur DuBuisson fait venir, après un peu plus d’un an sa femme, Mathurine Robin et ses enfants.
Le 17 avril 1662, Mathurine Robin est inhumée à Québec. L’ancêtre Jean Guyon, sieur DuBuisson meurt à son tour, le mercredi 30 mai 1663 à Beauport et enterré à la capitale de la Colonie le lendemain.
Jean Guyon, sieur DuBuisson est l'ancêtre directe de notre grande chanteuse nationale et internationale, Céline Dion.
Le couple Jean Guyon & Mathurine Robin donne naissance et baptise Claude Guyon le 22 avril 1629 à Mortagne,
Claude Guyon épouse Catherine Collin (Colin) née en 1638, native de la paroisse Saint-Germain l’Auxerrois à Paris, le 7 février 1655 à Québec, Qc.Claude Guyon vend sa part de l'arrière-fief Dubuisson à Jean Crête 4 août 1660. Il décède le 23 février 1694 à St-Famille, Ile Orléan,Qc et il est inhumé le 23 février 1694 à Québec, Qc.Le couple donne naissance à Claude Guyon 4 octobre 1663 à Chateau Richer, Qc qui est baptisé le 8 octobre 1663 à Chateau Richer, Qc
Claude Guyon épouse Marie-Madelaine Lehoux le 26 avril 1688 à St-Famille Ile D’Orléan, Qc; il décède le 29 avril 1728. Le couple donne naissance à François Guyon (Dion) le 8 juillet 1693 qui est baptisé le 9 juillet 1693 à St-Famille Ile D’Orléan, Qc
François Guyon épouse Marguerite DeLessard (Lessard) le 3 novembre 1723 à St-Anne de Beaupré décédé le 13 janvier 1744 à Chateau Richer, Qc, il est l’inhumé le 13 avril 1744 à Chateau Richer, Qc. Le couple donne naissance à Pierre Guyon (Dion) en 1740.
Pierre Guyon (Dion) épouse Elisabeth (Isabelle)Allaire (Dallaire) le 2 février 1761 à Beaumont, Bellechasse, Qc. Le couple donne naissance à Pierre Dion le.........
Pierre Dion épouse Marie-Reine Dessein (Décin-St-Pierre)le 23 octobre 1804 à St-François du Sud. Le couple donne naissance à David Dion le......... 
Family F19214272
 
217 Came to Halifax in 1750 and remove to Shepody in 1760's Brewster, John Pierce (I84485584)
 
218 Cancer Calvert, John (I66579830)
 
219 Capitaine de milice et de navire. Il est l'un des principaux fondateur de Grande-Anse, NB Canada.  Theriault, Jean-Baptiste (I45828013)
 
220 Capitaine de milice et de navire. Il est l'un des principaux fondateur de Grande-Anse, NB Canada. Theriault, Jean-Baptiste (I18833487)
 
221 Captured by the English in 1758 and sent into exile at Southampton, England. Was released in 1766 and in the census of 1774 we find her and her husband listed at the river St. John. The archives of the New Brunswick museum contain a report by a commission headed by Major Gilbert Studhomme listing in July 1783 the names of the Acadians which would have to be removed from the St. John area to make way for the Loyalists from New England (Tories). In this report, Helene and her husband are listed as having five children and of having lived there fifteen years. Family F8187121
 
222 Carew Clarke b abt 1665, Westerly, RI, d 5 Jun 1759, Newport, Newport, RI. He md Ann Dyer 14 Feb 1693/94, Newport, Newport, RI, daughter of Samuel Dyer and Anne Hutchinson.
Children of Carew Clarke and Ann Dyer were:
Joseph Clarke b 20 Oct 1694, Newport, Newport, RI, d aft 1737, prob Warwick, RI; md Elizabeth Nichols 6 Nov 1718, East Greenwich, Kent, RI.
Carew Clarke b 20 Sep 1696, Newport, Newport, RI; md Judith Duccineer 8 Dec 1720, Newport, Newport, RI.
Ann Clarke b 8 Sep 1698, Newport, Newport, RI, d 9 Nov 1746; md Samuel Dunn 2 Sep 1718, Newport, Newport, RI.
Mary Clarke b 8 Aug 1700, Newport, Newport, RI, d abt 1777, North Kingstown, Washington, RI; md George Wightman 11 Jun 1724, Newport, Newport, RI.
Caleb Clarke b 22 May 1703, Newport, Newport, RI; md Dinah abt 1725.
Jonathan Clarke b 12 Aug 1705, Newport, Newport, RI.
William Clarke b 15 Jan 1707, Newport, Newport, RI, d 27 Mar 1749, East Greenwich, Kent, RI; md Ann Greene 8 Nov 1730, North Kingstown, Washington, RI.
Elisha Clarke b 6 May 1709.
Samuel Clarke b 1 Oct 1711, Newport, Newport, RI.
Margaret Clarke b 24 Oct 1713, North Kingstown, Washington, RI; md Peter Spencer May 1736, North Kingstown, Washington, RI.
Hutchinson Clarke b 1 May 1715, North Kingstown, Washington, RI.
James Clarke b Feb 1717, North Kingstown, Washington, RI. 
Family F53753158
 
223 Carpenter from St-John New Brunswick Canada. The Witness at their wedding was J. Farmer and J. McLean Vaughan, Daniel (I11533524)
 
224 Catholic Cemetery Sainte-Brigitte Comeau, Jean (I88445560)
 
225 Celibataire Landry, Adelaide (I2206453)
 
226 Celibataire Dugas, Joseph Amable (I43693182)
 
227 Celibataire Godin, Philomene (I61528392)
 
228 Celibataire Dugas, Hilaire (I84471467)
 
229 Celibataire Landry, Bonne (I73384188)
 
230 Celibataire Godin, Julien (I11969384)
 
231 Celibataire Godin, Ema (I2874668)
 
232 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Richard, Alfreda (I11795655)
 
233 Cemetary Saint-Jerome Guignard, Pierre Michel (I63784753)
 
234 Centre Hospitalier Lanteigne, Edmond (I52961244)
 
235 Centre Hospitalier Hall, Ernest (I37743860)
 
236 Centre hospitalier Bathurst, NB Guitard, Jeannette (I81767306)
 
237 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hall, Gregory Greg (I71933464)
 
238 Centre Hospitalier Chaleur LeBouthillier, Daniel Dan (I79278148)
 
239 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Hall, Karen Ann (I82223872)
 
240 Centre Hospitalier Chaleur Losier, Lilianne (I96694497)
 
241 Centre Hospitalier de Tracadie Benoit, Leonard B. (I18118527)
 
242 Charles Dugas
M, b. 10 December 1711, d. 25 January 1801, #6221

Father Joseph Dugas b. circa 1690, d. 4 September 1733
Mother Marguerite Richard b. after 1693, d. 15 September 1746
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Birth* 10 December 1711 Grand Pre, St-Charles des Mines Parish
Marriage* 7 January 1739 Grand Pre, St-Charles des Mines Parish, he was around 28 yrs, she was about 22 wit: Pierre LeBlanc - sighned name, Principal=Anne Le Blanc, Witness=Pierre Gustave Le Blanc
Death* 25 January 1801 at a reported 100 yrs

Family Anne Le Blanc b. 16 March 1718, d. before 15 April 1776
Child 1. Marie Dugas b. c 1744

Anne Le Blanc
F, b. 16 March 1718, d. before 15 April 1776, #1584

Father Pierre Gustave Le Blanc b. circa 1686
Mother Francoise Landry b. circa 1695
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Birth* 16 March 1718 Grand Pre, St-Charles des Mines Parish
Marriage* 7 January 1739 Grand Pre, St-Charles des Mines Parish, he was around 28 yrs, she was about 22 wit: Pierre LeBlanc - sighned name, Principal=Charles Dugas, Witness=Pierre Gustave Le Blanc
Death* before 15 April 1776

Family Charles Dugas b. 10 December 1711, d. 25 January 1801
Child 1. Marie Dugas b. c 1744

http://homepages.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~louviere/p125.htm#i6221
 
Family F22496971
 
243 Charles DUGAS was born about 1711 in Grand Pre, Bassin des Mines, Acadie, (Nova Scotia). He died in Jan 1801 in Carleton, P. Q.. He was buried on 25 Jan 1801 in Carleton, P. Q.. Parents: Joseph DUGAS and Marguerite RICHARD.
He was married to Anne LEBLANC on 7 Jan 1739 in St. Charles Des Mines, Grand Pre, Acadie, (Nova Scotia). Children were: Joseph DUGAS, Charles DUGAS, Helene DUGAS, Marthe DUGAS, Marie DUGAS.

nne LEBLANC was born about 1718 in Grand Pre, Bassin des Mines, Acadie, (Nova Scotia). Parents: Pierre LEBLANC and Francoise LANDRY.
She was married to Charles DUGAS on 7 Jan 1739 in St. Charles Des Mines, Grand Pre, Acadie, (Nova Scotia). Children were: Joseph DUGAS, Charles DUGAS, Helene DUGAS, Marthe DUGAS, Marie DUGAS. 
Family F22496971
 
244 Charles LANDRY b. 1687-1688 or 1686 in Port Royal, Acadia, d. c. 1727; m. 10/29/1708 at Port Royal Catherine BROUSSARD (d/o Jean François BROUSSARD and Catherine RICHARD, and sister of Madeleine BROUSSARD who m. Pierre LANDRY [#13a above]) b. 1685-1686 at Port Royal, d. 1729-1730; her 2nd m. 2/21/1728 at Port Royal to Charles PREJEAN (his 1st m.) b. 7/21/1706 at Port Royal; 2nd m. of Charles PREJEAN 8/18/1732 at St Gabriel, aux Mines to Françoise BOUDROT b. 1/14/1711, d. 1737-1738; 3rd m. of Charles PREJEAN 1/27/1738 to Marguerite SIMON b. 1708-1709.

http://www.cs.uiuc.edu/homes/friedman/genealogy/Landry.htm 
Family F3137485
 
245 Charlesbourg QC Family F82750392
 
246 Charpentier Landry, Pierre (I72807463)
 
247 Charpentier Family F37253082
 
248 Chateau-du-Loir Plantagenet, Geoffrey V of Anjou (I28417246)
 
249 CHILDREN
Name: Barbe GUYON
Born: 19 APR 1617 at: , St-Jean Mortagne France, ,
Married: 11 FEB 1632 at: , St-Jean Mortagne France, ,
Died: 27 NOV 1700 at: , Ste-Famille Ile d'Orléans Montmorency Québec Canad, ,
Spouses: Pierre PARADIS
Name: Jean GUYON
Born: JUL 1619 at: , St-Jean Tourouvre France, ,
Married: 27 NOV 1645 at: , Québec Québec Canada, ,
Died: 13 JAN 1694 at: , Chateau-Richer Montmorency Québec Canada, ,
Spouses: Elisabeth COUILLARD
Name: Simon GUYON
Born: SEP 1621 at: , St-Jean Mortagne France, ,
Married: 10 NOV 1653 at: , Québec Québec Canada, ,
Died: 08 FEB 1682 at: , Québec Québec Canada, ,
Spouses: Louise RACINE
Name: Marie GUYON
Born: 18 MAR 1624 at: , Tourouvre St-Are Perche France, ,
Married: 02 NOV 1682 at: , Chateau-Richer Montmorency Québec Canada, ,
Died: 01 SEP 1696 at: , Cap St-Ignace Montmagny Québec Canada, ,
Spouses: Francois BELANGER
Name: Marie-Andree GUYON
Born: 29 JAN 1627 at: , St-Jean de Mortagne France, ,
Married: 1642 at: , Beauvoir-sur-Mer Poitou France, ,
Died: 30 MAY 1663 at: , Beauport Montmorency Québec Canada, ,
Spouses: André BERNARD Antoine BELLIVEAU
Name: Claude GUYON
Born: 1629 at: , Mortagne Orne Perche France, ,
Married: 07 FEB 1655 at: , Quebec Québec Canada, ,
Died: 22 FEB 1694 at: , Quebec Québec Canada, ,
Spouses: Catherine COLLIN ?
 
Family F30264632
 
250 Children
Andre Fievre b: 2 DEC 1645 in St Andre, Poitiu, France
Catherine Fievre b: 19 NOV 1646 in St Andre, Poitou, France
Francoise Fievre b: ABT. 1650 in France
Marie Fievre b: ABT. 1654 in France
 
Family F6560292
 

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