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Cormier Family of Grande-Anse | New Bandon

The earliest Cormier I’ve found in Grande-Anse were Agapit Cormier (son of Damase Cormier and Marie Hache) and Agapit’s first wife Philomene Hache (daughter of… 124 more words


Clement Family of Grande-Anse | New Bandon

The earliest Clement I’ve found in Grande-Anse is Jean Clement. He and his wife Marie Doucet are said to have both been from Prince Edward Island) and had been married there before coming to New Brunswick. 95 more words


Pinet Family of Grande-Anse | New Bandon

The Grande-Anse Pinets descend from the  Pinets of Caraquet  who in turn descended from (appearing soon)

The earliest generation that I’ve found for Grande-Anse begins with the couple… 146 more words


The Bertins of Bathurst | New Brunswick

The first Bertin to settle in Canada was the Frenchman Joseph-Gabriel Bertin.  He was a sergeant with Montcalm’s troops (Languedoc regiment).   On November 10th, 1760 he married… 298 more words


The Trudels | Pioneer Families of Shippegan

The Shippegan Trudels came from the Trudels of St Gregoire de Nicolet (Quebec). Two Trudel brothers had become priests in Prince Edward Island and several of their relatives followed them. 130 more words


Germain Doucet

Source: Les anciennes familles du Québec, Brasserie Labatt limitée, La Brasserie – Québec (Province) – 159 pages

 Famille La Salle Famille Fleury  Famille Robert

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… 128 more words