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M EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. IS A. 190& 



RJEPORT 



OONCBIINING 



CANADIAN ARCHIVES 

FOR THE YEAR 

1905 

IN THREE VOLUMES 
' (Being an Appendix to the Report of the Minister of. Agrietdture) 

VOLUME II 

PBINTBD BT OBDXB OF PARLIAMEST 



OTTAWA 
I PBINTKD BT S. E. DAWSON, PBINTKK TO THK KING'S:>I08T 

I EXCELLENT MAJESTY 

I 1906 

[Ha'ia— 1906.] 

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5-6 EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 18 



AROHIVES BRANCH 1905. 

The Honourable S. A. Fisher, M.P., Minister of Agriculture. 
George F. O^Halloran, B.C.L., Deputy Minister. 

OLBRKS. 
Miss M. Casey, Miss M. Greaves, Miss F. McDonald, Miss M. Robertson. 

A. Archambault^ F. J. Audet, B. Boutet, A, G. Doughty, A. Duff, H. R. 
Holmden, R. Laidlaw, Dr. L. M. Felletier. 

G-BNEALOG-IST. 
Placide Gaudet. 



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M EDWARD VII. SESSIONAL PAPER No. 18 A. 1006 

REPORT 

OONOKRKINO 

CANADIAN ARCHIVES 

FOR THE TEAR 1905 

IX THREE VOIilTMBS 

CONTENTS OP VOLUME 11. 

List of Maps at the Record Office. 

Journal and Census of He Rojale, prepared by le Sieur de la Roque, under the 

direction of M. le Comte de Raymond, in the year 1762, with plan and index. 
Genealogy of the Families of He d'Orleans and notes on the archives of the various 

parishes on the island, prepared by Rev. P. M. OTieary, with index. 
Acadian genealogies and documents concerning the expulsion of the Acadians, 

prepared by Flacido Gaudet, with index. 



The Contents of the other Volumes forming the report on the Archives for 1905, 
are as follows : — 

CONTENTS OP VOLUME I. 

Staff of the Archives Branch in the year 1905. 

Report concerning Canadian Archives, with index. 

Instructions to Governors (second part). 

Imperial orders in Council re Prince Edward Island, 1767. 

Plan of York in 1823. 

Archives of the Fortifications of the Colonies, and list of additional documents in 

the Biblioth^ue Nationale. 
Plan of the Fortifications of Quebec, by de L^ry. 
Letters of Yaudreuil, L^vis and Dumas in 1760, from copies supplied by M. de la 

Rogerie. 
Plan of the Battle of Ste. Foy, in 1760. 
M^moire sur la Navigation du Canada. 
Plan of Quebec in 1660. 

Summary of documents concerning the Colonies, with index. 
Journal of " Le Formidable ", in 1757, from copy supplied by M. de la Rogerie. 
Journal of " L'Inflexible ", in 1757, from copy supplied by M. de la Rogerie. 
Genealogy of the families of Beauce. 
list of documents received from Europe. 
List of books presented to the Archives. 



CONTENTS OP VOLUME m. 

Documents concerning the Constitutional History of Canada, with index. 



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54 EDWARD Vll. 8E88K)NAL PAPER No. 18 A. 1906 



LIST OF MAPS AT THE BEOOSD OFFIOR 

k— M*p of the British Empire in, with the French and Spanish settlements adja- 
cent thereto, by Henry Popple— 1733 Case 36. Na 4. 

Korth America — New map of the English Empire in, Morden (early) 7.19 

K America, chart of the sea coasts— mount and page— 1716 34.6 

K. Axrerica — Gentjral map of— Sanson & Berry— 1718 labraiylS.S 

M.S. North America— Old map of part of, about 1720. Very curious 7.18 

North America, chait of the North Seas with Davids' and Hudson's Straits— Mortier.. . . Library 29.19 2 

AiDtriqne Septentrionale, map of— D'Anville, 1746 7.6 

M " in two sheets .- 27.17.18 

24.38.39 

Kortfa America, map of, Vangondy 1750.26.97 

Oaae36. No. 13 

1752— D'An ville & Bolton. Translated from the French. 7 . 11 

map of the British Colonies in North America — First Edition— John Mit- 

chell-1755 Ca0e36. No. 15 

» M •• 2nd edition n 35. n 6 

H " M If in 8 sheets... » 36. n 16 

another copy tt 36. it 17 

Scrth Amisrica — Map of the British Colonies in North America— John Mitchell, 1756 — 

Another copy with many MS. additions in red ink m 36. » 18 

Jfarifc America— Map of the British Colonies in North America— John Mitchell, 1755— 
with MSS. corrections and additions, in the locality of the Rivers St. Croix and St. 

John s M 86. tt 19 

AmftioL^ North— Accurate map of, describing and distin^ishing the British, Spanish 

sad French Dominions, ac. ording to the Treaty of Pans, 1763— Bowen and Gibson. . m 36. n 20 

Aaudwr copy, coloured n 86. » 21 

Sorth America— Map of— according to the Treaty of Paris, 1763— Bowen & Gibson. ... 7.1 

ICorth America — Map of the Southern Indian District of North America, compiled under 
the direction of John Stuart, Esq., Superintendent of Indian Affairs, by Joseph 
Pufcell, 1775 (?) Case 36. Na 11 

Scrth America — Map of the Southern Indian District of North America, compiled under 
tW direction of John Stuart, Esq., Superintendent of Indian Affairs, by Joseph 

PttrocU, 1781, most elaborate and beautifully executed •• 36. m 12 

Asupohs Royal— Gea Seely, 1716 9.73 

^ Plan of settlements, kc. Transmitted in Govt. Shirley's letter, 27th 

April, 1749 9.40 

Chart of —Des Barres, 1776 1.14 

Plan of surveys and lands granted to loyal emigrants, disbanded corps 
and others in the Township of Clements and County of Annapolis 

-C. Morris, 1785 Case 36. No. 26 

(Received 9th July, 1786. by Mr. Gibbons. ) 

V ^Jf Bulls and Harbour Grace ( t>fewfoundland). Early chart of 28. 2 

BwQ Basin (Nova Scf>tia). Sketch of 9.41 

Bnv«T Harbour. Chart of . Des Barres, 1776 1.4^ 

M 2.43 



Bffle Itie. Chart of the Straits of, with part of the coastA of Newfoundland and 

lafaradore, from actual surveys. Sayer a Bennett, 17/0 Case 37. Na 3 

luaav«tttnre. Survey and plan of— in the Bay of Chaleurs, with situation of allotments, 

rtt John CoUiiia, 1766 « 37. .. 20 



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Boundary Map. Map of the North-eaatorn boundary between Great Britain and the 

United States, as settled by Treaty. Wyld, 1842 OaseST. No. 26 

Buzzard's Bay. Chart of. Des Barres, 1776 3. 6 

Buzzard's Bay and Vineyard Sound. De* Barres, 1776 3.11 

Canada, ou partie de la Nouvelle France. Mortier Library. 29.200 

Canada. French map of New France, 1745. . 20 . 19 

Canada. Partie orientale de la Nouvelle France. Bellin, 1745 8. 18 

24.41 

Partie occidentale. Bellin, 1745 8. 2 

ft French map of the western part, Bellin, 1745 20.20 

Partie occidentale de la Nouvelle France. Bellin, 1745. Case 37. No. 41 

II Partie occidentale de la Nouvelle France. Bellin, 1765. 8.3 

.. II It It 24.42 

1. French map of. d'Anville, 1755 7.14 

On two sheets, 1755 27.19.20 

•» French map of. Yaugondy • 7. 3 

Map of 24 43 

.1 La Nouvelle France. Vaugondy, 1756 26.98 

MS . — Canada. Map of the inhabited parts of, with chart of the River St. Lawrence, 

from the Isle of Orleans, upwards. Capt. S. Holland, 1760 8.89 

u II Map of the French settlements and seigneuries on the River St. Law- 
rence ; describing the particulars of various parishes settled. Sheets 
3, 4 and 5. Henry Cote. (No date, probably soon after 1768. ) Case 37. Na 46 

n Map of the Province of Quebec From the surveys of Capt. Carver. 

Sayer & Bennett, 1776 28. 4 

M Map of the inhabited part of. Gauthier & Faden, 1777 23.5 

I, I. Faden,1777 8.7 

.1 By C. J. Gauthier-Faden, 1777 .37. No. 42 

Another copy n 37. •• 43 

II If If with MS. insertions and two new proposed boundary lines, n 37. fi 44 

MS.— Canada— Route to, from Fort Pownall on Penobscot River Case 37. No. 47 

MS.— If Map of part of, from Bay de la Val and Island of Bamaby in the River 
St Lawrence to the Lakes Huron and £rie : enumerating the French 
Seigneuries and Settlements. Holland & Collins- 1790 Case 37. No. 48 

MS. — If Map of part of— Showing the Gulf of iSt. Lawrenpe and > the coimtries 

bordering thereon. Holland & CoD ins— 1790 Case 37. No. 49 

MS.— II Map of part of, for the use of H.M's Secretary of State. Holland— Que- 
bec, October 1790 Case 37. No. 49A 

MS.— .1 Plan of part of the Province of Quebec showing and describing the con- 
tents of the estates of the late Order ol Jesuits. Holland & Collins— 
1790 Case37. No. 50 

MS. — If Plan of the river Thames in U.C. from where it discharges itself into Lake 
St. Clair, to Oxford in its Upuer Forks, and from thence to the head 
of Burlington Bay— showing tne route of Lt. Gov. Simcoe in the year 
1793 Case 37. Na 51 

MS.— ft Plan of the Province of Upper Canada, divided into Counties by order of 

Hia Excellency J. G. Simcoe.- Wm. Che wett Case 37. No. 52 

MS.— Duplicate of above Case 37. No. 53 

MS.— Canada— Map of the cotmtry west of Lake Ontario to the River Mississippi showing 
the Frontier Boundary between the U.S. and the Indian Tribes accoramg to the 
Treaty of Aug. 3, 1795. Gotber Mann 1795. * With Lord Dorchester's despatch No. 
7 to the Duke of PortOand ' Case 37. No. 54 

Canada— Map exhibiting the Frontier of Canada and the U.S., intended to illustrate the 

operations of the Bntish and American Armies. London. Smith, 1818 Case 37. No. 45 

MS. — Canso or Canceau Isle of —French description 10. 17 

Canso— Map of the Harbour and Islands. Capt. Cyp. Southack. Printed by F. Dewing, 

Boston, 1720 9.70 



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KSu— Cmmo HArbour—ChATt of, 1732 9.26 

MS.— ,. and ftdjmoent islands. Chart of Ch. Morris, 1764... ; 875 

MS.— Caoso — Plan or Chart of the Gut of Canso and the River of Inhabitants. Tho. 

Wright, 1766 Case37. No. 55 

CaMo HarboQi— Chart of. Des Barres, 1776 1.49 

.. Sailing directions. Des Barree, 1776 2.49 

" Gut- Chart of. Des Barree, 1776. 1.55 

H M 1776. 2.56 

MS. — Canso Cape— Sketch of the land from Cape Canso to the Island of Heron. Cape 

Breton 9.34 

MSi— Canso Harbour— Chart of. Capt. B. Young 9.69 

MS.— Cape Breton— Plan or Carte de Tlsle Royale, 1714 9.30 

MS.— .. Map of the Island 9.31 

MS.— » French map of, 1714 9.63 

Ma M part of. Des Barres, 1776 2.54 

Cape BreCon-Coast views of. Des Barres, 1777 2.66 

MS.— Cape Breton— Plan of part of the islands of Cape Breton and Madame, and the 

south side of Nova Scotia. Case 38. No. 1 

MS. — Cape Breton— Outline map of the island, divided into counties. Lfes Barres. 

"R«ceived9th July, 1786" 88. .. 2 

MS.— Cape Breton— Tabular account of expenditure of tools, in^plements of husbandry 
ud building materials in the I. of C.B. from the 19th Nov., 1784, to the 13th Oct., 

i:»7 H 38. M 3 

Cape Codd— Chart of. Des Barres, 1776 3.15 

MS.— Cape Codd— Diamond (Quebec) sections through the new works proposed on Cape 

Diamond. 6. Mann, 1791 Case 38. No. 4 

MS —Cape Codd— Technical plan showing the relative heights of the advanced works on 

CapeD. Gother Mann, 1791 .t 38. •• 5 

M8.--Cbaleur Bay, plan of — Surveyed under the direction of S. Holland, by Lt. J. 

Pringle and Tho. Watts .. 38. .. 15 

MS.-Cbamplain Lake, plan of 11.16 

Champlain Lake— Survey of lake, including Lake St. George, Crown Point and St. John. 
Surveyed by W. Brasier, 1762, with a particular plan of Lake Greorge, by Captain 
Jackson, 1756. Sager and Bennett, 1776 Case 38 No. 16 

MS.— Champlain Lake — Original of above it 38. '• 17 

3fS.— Champlain. Chart of ^ exhibiting at one view the claims of the French, and the 
Rants EDade to the English reduced officers and disbanded soldiers. Simon Metcalfe, 

1763 M 38 M 18 

MS. — Champlain— From St. John's to Crown Point, no name nor date » 38. m 19 

MS.— «i plan of part of, showing the poets of St. John's, Isle aux Noix, Point 

au Fer and Dutchman's Point. G. M^nn, 1791 .. 38. .. 20 

Onarkttte Bay. Chart of. Des Barres, 1776 .. 13. .. 27 

MS.— CbarIott«itown. Plan of and the pAi*ture lots and reservations, etc., by order of 

lieatenant Governor Frsncklin. Charles Morris, 1768 » 38. .. 21 

MS.— Chebucto Bay. Chart of 958 

CVdabocto Bay. Chart of. Des Barres. 1776 2.54 

Chibueto Harbour. Map of, with plan of the town of Halifax. John Rocque, 1750 (two 

copiM) 9.83.84 

MS.— Chignecto. Plan of the district of. Charles Morris, 1761 9.71 

Okignecto Bay. Chart of. Des Barres, 1776 110 

(>Ka<ni« Harbour. Chart of. Des Barres, 1776 160 

2.62 

Cfuw „ M H 2.49 

MS.— Crown Point— Plan of the Fort received with Grovemor Wentworth's letter, 9th 

May, 1744 11. 17 

MS. -Crown Point -PUn of-In Sir H. Moore's-letter (No. 31), 16th December, 1768. ... 11.49 



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MS.— Digby, Nova Sootia—Plan of the Township, with the allotmento of land, laid ont 

and granted to loyal emigrants and diabanded Corpe Case 88. No. 37 

Received 9th July, 1786 by Mr. Gibbons. 

Egmont Harbour— Chart of —Des Barres, 1776 . .... 1.38 

2.40 

.. Coast views of —Des Barres, 1776 2.42 

MS.— Erie Lake— Outline of the shores of Lake Erie, Huron and Michigan Caae 88. No. 54 

Erie Lake— Survey of the S. shore, commencing at the narrows of Fort Erie, and ending 

at the entrance of Detroit river— H. Ford and P. McNiff, 1789 « 88. » 65 

MS.— Erie Lake— Plan of a sketch from Fort Erie alon^ the N. shore of Lake Erie 

round Long Point, with the soundings. William Chewitt (?) 1798 .i 88. » 56 

MS.— Five nations— Map of Colonel Homer's journey to 1700 11 .29 

H —the map of their country, 1724 (?) Eng. and MS 11 . 17 

Fort le Quesne, at the Fork of the Ohio and Monongahela rivers.— Plan of— Pa3me, 1755. 24.57 

MS.— Fort Pownal— plan of route from, to Quebec 10.61 

Frederick Bay— Chart of— Des Barres, 1776 1.58 

II II 11 ^ . oX 

MS. -Fundy— Draft of the Bay of - John Wells, 1714-1716 9.39 

•• -Chart of the upper part of the Bay of -Ch. Morris, 1748 9.88 

II —Chart of the Bay of, and the South Coast 9.17 

M —Part of the N. W. coast of the Bay of Fundy commencing from the mouth 

of St, John's river Case 89. No. 2D 

MS.— Fundy— Chart of the Western and of the Bay of ; with MS. additions of the river 

St.Croix 11 89. M 21 

Fundy Bay of-<?hart of— Dee Barres, 1776 1.16 

Gambier Harbour.— Chart of —Des Barres, 1776. 1.24 

MS.— Gaspey— Plan of the Bay and Harbour of Gaspey in the province of Quebec, in- 
cluding the rivers York and Dartmouth, with references to the Fifty Acr6 lots. With 

remarksby John Collins, 1765 Case 40. No. 1 

Gaspee Harbour— Chart of— Des Barres, 1778 1.62 

.1 Bay— Chartof 9.66 

MS.— Georgetown— Plan of —on the Island of St. John, showing the Pasture lota, Res- 
ervations, etc— Charles Morris, 1768 Case 40. Na 2 

MS.— Grand River— Plan of— in the Bay of Chalour, Province of Quebec, with reference 

to the 50 acre lots— John Collins, 1765 Case 40. No. 14 

MS.— Halifax Harbour, Plan of, and (George's Island, 1753 9.12 

MS.— .1 . .1 Chart of, Ch. Morris, 1759 ! '9.8 

MS.— II II II M with Tebucta Bay and Cape Sambro - Ch. Morris, 

1759 9.9 

Harbour, Chart of, Des Barres, 1776 1.36 

II II II M 2.37 

I. 2.88 

MS.— II II sailing directions for 9.64 

II coast views, coloured, Des Barres, 1777 2.39 

coloured print of the town, Des Barres, 1777 2.39 

Hudson's Bay— Map of— and of the Rivers and Lakes between the Atlantic and 

Pacific Oceans,— A'. Dalrymple, 1790 Case 40. No. 26 

MS.— Huron Lake— Sketch of -Gother Mann, 1788 Case 40. No. 29 

MS.— Indian Grant to Lt. Wm. Johuson, 1766 11.43 

MS. — Isle aux Noix. Plan of the posts at— showing the present state of the works, and 

those proposed for connecting them together— 1789 Case 40. No. 40 

MS.— Isle aux Noix. Plan of the works on the Tale aux Noix in thfe Rivet Chambly — 

with copy of detailed Report, etc. by the Engineer— Gother Mann, 12th May, 1790. .Case 40. No. 4i 

Kennebec Harbour--Chart of. Des Barres, 1776 3.29 

M and Sagadahock Rivers. Johnston 1755 24.48 



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8E88IONAL PAPER No. 18 

Dppal H*rboQr, ChATt of . Dee Barrw, 1776 1.89 

2.41 

« CoMtviewof I. H 2.42 

CKwks « ChATtof l.»» 

.2.41 

lekndor — ChArt of part of the ouMt of from Grand Point to Shecatica with part of Cum- 

berUnd Harbour— eurveyed by Miob. Lane in 176S— Tho. Jeffersrt Case 40. No. 46 

Ufandor— Printed deecription and sailing directions for part of the Coast of Labrador 
faon Gvand Point of Great Meoatina to Sheoatioa. Jeffery^ 1769. Probabl/ oon- 

nected with the preceding Case 40. No. 47 

Uke George, Hudson's River— Plan and view of the battle between the English and 

French^ September 1756. Jeff erys 1766.. 24.63 

US.— Lavrenoe Town. Nova Scotia— Map of a tract of land so called 9.20 

Uith Harbour. Nova Scotia» Chart of— Des Banes, 1776 1.82 

Lnsboorg Harbour, view of— Des Barres 1778 2.66A. 

m— Louiabourg, Plan of. Capt Young 9.62 

Lsnnburg Bay, Chart of— Des Barres, 1776 1.26 

• Plan of part of the county of, including the townships of Chester and New 
Dublin, N.S., and the lands laid out to loyal emigrants and disbanded 

Corps. By order of H. Ex. Gov'. Parr Case 40. Na 61 

ICSl —Maine and New Brunswick, Map of the coasts and rivers of part of— 1787 (?). ..Case 40. No. 54 

Mil -Manicooagan Bay, Canada— Map of the Coasts of Case40. No. 57 

XKkknburgh Bay -Chart of. Des Barres 1776 1 . 28 

Hflieanig Sound » h h 8.82 

)l&—Menicotnish— Plan of surveys made to lands granted to disbanded soldiers, loyal 
emigrants at Mengomish and Pictou, under the orders of Gov'. Parr— By C. 

Morris, 1T85 Case 40. No. 69 

US.— Michigan, Erie and Huron Lakes, Survey of, with part of the Ohio river, 1766 11.39 

MS.— t« and Huron Lakes— Plan of the straits between the two lakes 11 .47 

MSc—Minas Basin, Plan of— with Cobequid Bay. Ch. Morris, 1761 9.66 

MSk— Mingan Isles— Plan ard description of —Geo. Sproule, 1769 Case 40. No. 61 

MS.— Miramichi Bay, Plan of, surveyed by Mr. Tho. Wright and Mr. Chas. Blaskowitz, 

under the directions of Samuel Holland, E^q Case 40. No. 63 

MS.— Miramichi Bay, Another plan on a smaller scale Case 40. No. 64 

MoaoDgahela River and Fort Quesne, plan of the field of battle and encampment of the 

troops, July 1756 24.66 

Mntreal in Canada— Plan of the town and fortifications. Jefferys, 1768 24 . 50 

Mount Deaert Island, Chart of— Des Barres, 1776 3.42 

MS.— Mount Desert River in Sagadabock, plan of townships, 1764 .. . 10.66 

MS.— Musood«>bott, Chart of the Bay of— Received Nov. 30, 1752 with Gov'. Hopson'a 

letter of 16th Oct 9.18 

Saitu^et Island, Chart of— Des Barres, 1776 3.13 

MS.— New Brunswick. Plan of the South West of— including the River St. John as 
high up as Uie Great Falls, showing the Lines of the Counties and Parishes and of 
the different Grants and Allotments hitherto made in that District. Geo. Sproule 

sod Mather Byles, 1786 Case 41. No. 7 

^Wvfoandland. Chart of port of the Coasts of— from the Bay of Bulls to Placentia. 

John Gandy, 1715 34.11 

.Vvfoundland. Chart of the Coasts of. Southwood, 1716 34.10 

Chart of the Bay of Bulls, early 28.2 

n General Chart of the Island, from surveys by Jam -a Cook and Michael 

Uae Ca8e41. No. 12 

Sevfoondland. Chart of the West Coasts of— James Cook Case 41. No. 13 

m Directions for navigating the West Coast of, with a Chart thereof Case 41. No. 14 

Stvfoosdland — Chart of part of the South Coast of, including the Islands of Langley, St. 

Peters and Miquelon.— James Cook Case 41. No. 16 



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NewfoundlAnd— Chart ofpart of the CoMt of, from Point Lance to Cape Spear, surveyed 

by Michael Lane, 1773.— JeflFery and Faden, 1774 Case 4L Na H 

Newfoundland— Printed directions for navigating part of the coast of, from Point Lance 

toCapeSpear(withaChart).-M. Lane, 1*^3 41. Na 17 

Newfoundland- General chart of.— Cook and Lane, 1776 23.0 

Newfoundland— General chart, &c., with the rocks and soundings from surveys by Cook 

and Lane,— Jefferys, 1776 . . . •• 4L No. 18 

Newfoundland— Directions for navigating the N.E. side of Newfoundland, and in the 

Straits of BeUe Isle 41. No. 19 

M.S.— Niagara River— Sketch of— from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario 42. Na iJ 

Northumberland Straits, Chart of— Des Barres, 1776 2.57.58 

MS.— Nova Scotia and Acadia— Plain chart of the coasts of.— N. BUckmore, 1715 9.50 

Nova Scotia— Acadia and Cape Breton— Chart of the coasts of. Capt. Tha Durell, 1736. 9.2 

fi M «« f. .. 9.3 

«i New map of, with a view of Halifax. JeflFerys, 1760 24. 49 

II Chart of part of the sea coast, from Port Senior to Shillingcook C. 

Morris, 1752 9.4 

Nova Scotia— Chart of the Coast and part of the Bay of Fundy, 1752 9.5 

Nova Scotia and Cape Briton (sic)— new maps of Jefferys, 1755 24*46 

MS.— Nova Scotia— Large map of, no name nor date but early 42. Na 18 

M Chartof the Peninsula of.— Ch. Morris, 1761 9.6 

9.7 

MS.— Nova Scotia —Plan of the Peninsula of N.S. with the County of Cumberiand — 
from the original surveys, bv C. Morris, 1764, showing the grants to vaiious parties, 
the number of acres granted, Ac Case 42. Na 17 

MS. — Nova Scotia — Plan of part of the province, 1766, with names of the several 

Townships settled and number of acres m each 9.79 

MS.— Nova Scotia— Map of, with lands granted to Alexr. McNutt and others— referred 

to in Col. Nutt's Memorial, 25th Apnl, 1766 9.80 

MS.— Nova Scotia— Plan of lands between Cape Begro and Port Hebear— probably 

granted to Col. McNutt. -(1766?) 9.82 

Nova Scotia and Cape Breton— Map of— Jefferyii, 1775 23.8 

II maps, plans, charts, Ac, 1776 1 

H .1 Des Barres, 1776 2 

chart of— Des Barres, 1776 1.6 

chart of the S. E. coast— Des Barres, 1776 1.34 

2.36 

Nova Scotia— Chart of the S.W. coast, Des Barres. 1776 1.17 

N.E. .1 .. 2.58 

M coast views of, coloured, 1777— Des Barres 2.52 

MS.— Nova Scotia— 10' x 10' 4", describing the new Townships settled upon the plan of 
Gov. Lawrence's Proclamation. Neither name nor date appears to this beautiful 

survey 31 . Na 3 

MS.— Nova Scotia— Sketch of Ramsheg, Tatamagouche and Fox Harbours in the County 
of Cumberland on the North coast of the Province of N.S., showing the lands granted 
to the W. Chester LoyaUsts Ac. Ch. Morris, 1785 Case 42. No. 19 

Nova Scotia. New map of, and Cape Breton Island. Jefferys, 1786. •• 42. n 30 

MS.— Ontario— Survey of Lake, by H. Laforce & Lewis Rotte, 1789 i. 42. .. 21 

Referred to by Lord Dorchester. 

MS— Paspebiac— Plan of— in the Bay of Chaleur. John Collins, 1766 « 42. .. 27 

MS— Passamoquody — Plan and survey of— and the sea coa^t to St. John's river. Thos. 

Wright & Tha Hurd ..42. h 28 

Passamaquody Bay or Bay of St. Croix 10.59 

Penobscot Bay and River, survey of— and of the ijaswige from Penobscot to Quebec, 1764. 10.60 

.. chartof. Des Barres, 1776 3.36 

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hnofanot B*y and River. Des BMres, 1776 3.40 

AfoofaMXit Rirer — Survey for six Townships in Sagftdahock 10.67 

•• plan of Bay and adjacent coasts. Case 42. No. 31 

ridDi Harbour, Chart of . Des Barres, 177ft 1.68 

.. 2.61 

fWeotia, Chart of the hay of, on the S. coast of Newfoundland, surveyed by Mich. Lane, 

1772. Faden k, Jefferys, 1773 .* •• .42. •« 36 

nusBtia, printed directions for navigating the Bay of, by the same m 42. u 87 

Fbrt Imberat— Chart of— Des Barres, 1776 1.21 

Aylvbury « « u 1.64 

.. 2.63 

Campbell « m 1.23 

1 It Buller Bay, Roseway Harbour, and Roseneatb Island, 
«k>wing the position and plan of the town of Shelbume, N.S. Des Barres, 1781 m 42. m 40 

Two other copies. , » 42. 41,42 

Ptft Dsaid— plan of— in Chaleur Bay. Showing the disposition of the 60 acre lots. 

OoUini.1765 ., 42. « 43 

- Geotfe— Chart of. Des Barres, 1776 2.48 

- HsHhnsnd—Chart of. Des Barres, 1776. 1.21 

^ Hood „ .. 1776.. ... 1.67 

• Chart and view of » t. 2.69.60 

» Lnttrell m 2.61 

Ptet MotloD— Pencil sketch of and of the coast of N.S., from thence to Port Medway. ... .. 42. Na 44 

North, Chart of, Dee Barres 1776. 141 

•• « 2.43 

Shadiack m 2.62 

PriMtTown— On the Island of St John N.S. Plan of. Ch. Morris, 1768 ,. 42. No. 46 

(^Kbet—Plan of. with coarse of the St Lawrence and disposition of the English fleet in 

ial«a Jefferys, 1768. 8.6 

^-4)oebee and the environs— Plan of operations of 1769. S. Holland, 1760 8 6 

^M^fv— Plan of the city^with letter from Mr A. Fraser describing his qualifications in 
wu fei in g and transuMttiug this plan and another as an early specimen. February 
11;i790. .. 42. No. 46 

<M»e— Map of. And the adjacent country from the W. point of Orleans. Copied by 

H.Cutes. Probably that alluded to in the preceding .. .. 42. No. 47 

^^«bte— Plan of the province of. From Montreal, Westward, with the Lakes Huron, 

Ontario and Erie, showing the various Loyalist settlements l6th March, 1790 ■• 42. No. 48 

KS-<)Qebec— Three plans of proposed Townships " transmitted in Lord Dorchester's to 

Mr. GreviUe Na 26." .. 42. „ 49 

^Htitc— Plan ol a town and township of nine miles front by 12 miles in depth. John 
Colling 3rd March, 1790. 

^Miec— Plan of a town and township of 10 miles square, proposed for an inland situation. 
J.Collins. 

Mkc— Plan of 9 townships, on one sheet Collins, 24th May, 1790. 

lIS-QiiDbec — Copy of Instructions from Lord Dorchester to Captain G other Mann, to 
Borvey the fortifications at Ontario, Niagara, Erie, Detroit, and Michilimakinac, with 
Osptain MannS report thereon, accompanied by the following plans. Transmitted in 
Lord Dorchester's despatch No. 68, 24th October, 1790. .. 42. .. 50 

^ A.— Hketch of Kingston Harbour. 

- B.— Plan of Toronto Harbour with the proposed town, etc. 

- C— Plan of the river from Niagara to Fort Schloeser. Duplicate. 

< p.— Plan of the entrance of the river from Lake Erie to Detroit. Duplicate 
(hf emtly o^oured, showing the situation proposed for a Town and Naval Yard 
opposite the Isle aux Noix. 

'l^*beo— Pbn (A) Survey of the Town and Fortifications of Quebec, with part of the river 

8t Charles and the Plains of Abraham— Oother Mann, 3rd Aug., 1791 .. 42. •. 61 



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Quebec— Plan (B) of the Fortifications of Quebec, with the propoeed new works— G. 

Mann, 3rd August, 1791 Case 42. No. 52 

MS— Quebec— Map of P^rt of the province of, comprehending also Nova Scotia, N^w 
Brunswick, Cape BreUm, showing at one view the five great American Lakes — W. 
Hall, 1791 H 42. u 59 

Quebec— New map of the Province of, according to the Royal Proclamation, by Captain 

Carver and otners— Sayer and Bennett, 1776. » 42. .t 54 

Quebec— Another copy , ... u 42. » 55 

MS— Ramsheg— Plan of surveys made add lands granted to Lovalists and disbanded 
Corps at Ramsheg,— Chas. Morris, 1785. ** Received 6th March, 1786 from Gov. 
Parr" ,, 43. .. 1 

MS— Roseway Harbour— Sketch of, showing the situation of the Town of Shelbume. .... » 43, u 8 

MS— Cape Sable— Map of, from Cape Forchu toCape Negro— Ch. Morris, 1762 9.54 

Sable Isle— Survey and Chart of, Des Banes, 1767 2. 66 

I. Chart and Views of , Des Barree, 1776 1.78 

.1 Chart of. Dee Barre^ 1776 2.63 

.1 Coast views of, Des Barres, 1776 2.64.65 

II Coloured view of the Sand Hills and reiiMbrktf, 1777 2.67.68 

MS— Sagadahock— Maps of part of, including Broad Bay and Green Land 10.49.50 

St George's Bay, N.S., View of, Des Barres, 1776 2.60 

St John's Fort, 8 Plans and Sections A, B, and C of Fort St John on the River Chambly, 

Gother Mann, 1792. " Transmitted in Captain Mann's letter, 5th Jan,, 1792 " Case 43. No. 19 

(Dated Quebec, 7 May, 1791). 

MS.— St. John's Island, French map of the, D'Arrigrand . .' . . . 9. 72 

Sketch of the Island of, H. Coates, 1764 9.45 

It It Island of, very large pbn and survey 13 X 9 as survejred 

agreeable to the order and instructions of the Rt Hon. the Lord Commrs. of Tiade 

and Plans, by Captain Holland and others, 19th September, 1766 f^o. 5.35 

St John's Fort, plan and chart of the Island, Holland, 1775 23.7 

St John Island— Chart of, Dt< Barres, 1776. 2.57 

MS.— St. John's River— Plan of and Passamaguoddy Bay by order of Gov. Wilmot, show- 
ing various towrnships then granted, Ch. Morris, 1765 Case 43. No. 20 

.1 ,1 Chart, of Des Barres. ^. 1.61 

„ • u Map of, from its mouth to the Grand Falls Case 48. No. 21 

„ «, Sketch of the communication between the Bay of Fundy and the 

River St Lawrence, by the River St John, G. Sproule Case 48. No. 22 

„ II Plan of the northern coast of the Bay of Fundy and the River 

St John's. N.S Case43. No. 23 

H II Plan of, in the Coun^ of Sunbury, N.S., showing the townships 
and other tracts of land granted, Ch. Morris copied by G. 
Sproule Case 43. No. 24 

I, II Plan of the Ourastook or St John's River from the harbour of 
St. John's to the Great Falls. From actual survey by Dugald 
CampbeU,1785 Case43. No. 25 

II II Plan of the communication by the River St John from Frederic- 

ton in N.B., to the River Si. Lawrence, witli the settlements 
in that extent A magnificent survey. Gea Sproule, 1787... Case 43. No. 26 

II Map of the Great River and Waters (the first ever published) 
from the Bay of Fundy to St Ann's or Frederick's Town. 
Captain R. Campbell, 1788 Case 43 

MS.— St. Lawrence, Ancient Chart of, Cyprien Southhack . . , 

I. II Chart of, from the sea to Quebec, early 

II Basse Partie et Orientale du Fleuve, Catalogue, 1723 

II Map of the river from Isle aux Coudres to Lake Ontario 

MS.— II Carte reduite du Golphe de St Laurent, con tenant L'Isle de Terre- 
Neuve, I'Isle Royale, Tlsle St Jean, etc., 1754. With many obser- 
vations in French relating to the fisheries Case 43. 

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MS.— Sk Lawrence, French Chart of, from ita mouth to Quebec, Champanez, 1756 8.11 

tt Exact chart of the river from Fort Frontenac to Quebec, Jeffery, 

1767 24.44 

MS. tf Gulf of, French map presented to His Honour, Guy Carleton, Esq.. 

at Quebec, 1766 8.12 

MS. —St. Lawrence. Plan of the Magdalen and other Islands in the Gulf of St Lawrence. 

Holland and Haldimand Case 43. No. 29 

« .» Survey of part of the North Shore of the River (No. 3) done in the 

year 1768. by Ensign Gea Sproule » 43. » 30 

• '• Survey of the Mingan Islands with the adjacent coast of Labrador. 

1769. G. Sproule 43. •. 31 

Chart of. Des Barres 3.48 

St. Peter's Bay. Chart of . 1776 2.50 

1776 1.51 

M Sailing directions. Chart of. 1776 2. 49 

Sandwich Bay, N.S. Chart of. Des Barres, 1776 1.45 

t. M M 1776 2.46 

Saonder's Harbour. Des Barres 2.41 

KS.— Schenectady Town. Plan of. 11 . 22 

■ Scoudiac or Scoodick. Plan of the river S. or Great Saint Croix from actual survey. 

G. Sproule, 1785. Case43. No. 41 

Sooodiac Plans of the Rivers S. and Magaguadavic, the former of which was 
decided by the Commissioners to be the tiue river St. Croix, 1798. Two 

copies. Case 43. Nos. 42, 43 

Sbediack Harbour. Chart of. Dps Barres, 1776 * 1.60 

MS— Shelbume. General plan of lands surveyed and (granted to loyal emigrants and 

disbanded Corps within the County of Shelbume, N.S. Ch. Morris, 1785 Case 44. No. 1 

•t SoreL Plan of the town of . On the river Chambly, showing the proposed new 
town loti and defences. G. Mann, 1787. With copy of Captain Mann's report 
thereon » 44. u 3 

Spanish Bay and River. Map of part of Cape Breton 9. 60 

MS.— Spanish River. Chart of. Cyprian Southack 9.61 

Spiy Harbour. Chart of. Dee Barren, 1776 1.41 

I. •• M 1776 2.43 

MS.— Superior. Plan of the Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie and Ontario Case 44. No. 7 

n Sydney, Cape Breton. Sketch of. Showing the roads and settlements, etc, in the 

Environs, neither name nor date, but probably 1785 and by Des Barres. u 44. n 12 

«• Sydney. Plan of the town and environs. Des Barres, 1786 » 44. •• 13 

Planof the town. Dee Barres, * received 9th July, 1786, by Mr. Gibbons.' .. 44. .. 14 

Mdk — Sydney, Cape Breton— Elevation of the Barracks —Des Barres. Case 44 . No. 15 

" Received 9th July by Mr. Gibbons." 

M —Elevation of the Court House » 44. h 16 

" Received as above." 

m n — Elevation of School Houses i 44. n 17 

It t. Nova Scotia— Plan of Surveys made and lands fnranted to loyal emimnts 

disbanded corps, etc., within the district proposed to be called Sydney.— Ch. Morris, 

1784 44. .. 11 

Torbay. N.S. —Chart of— Des Barres. 1776 1.47 

M It .t 2.46 



«« —Survey of— Babacon Bay and Dartmouth River— J. Knight, 1790. Faden 

1792 Case44. No. 19 

Torks Islands ? 

White Haven, N.S. —Chart of— Oes Barres, 1776 1.48 

I. 1774 2.47 

White Islands Harbour— Chart of-Des Barres, 1776 1.43 

—Chart of —Des Barres, 1776 2.44 

MS.— Wilmot, N.S— Plan of the township of, 8howing the allotments of lands granted 

to loyalists, etc.— Ch. Morris, 17S5 Case 44. No. 4 

MS-YorkHarbour— Planof— Lake Ontario— A. Aitken .. 44. .. 4! 



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TOUR OP INSPECTION MADE BY THE SIEDR DE LA.-^'OCIUE. 



CENSUS. 



1752. 

The journal and census of the Sieur de la Roque, from the Archives in Paris, were 
prafMured onder the direction of M. le comte de Eajmond, in the year 1752. La Roque 
oommenced his work in the midst of winter and had to encounter many hardships in 
the performance of his task. The census appears to have heen carefully made and fur- 
nisbes many details of interest to-day. As an introduction t6 the work of the Sieur de la 
Roque we quote a letter of M. le comte de Raymond to the Minister, dated the 5th 
of December, 1752, as it contains the instructions given to the surveyor, particulars 
concerning his qualifications, and the progress made with the census up to the end of 
the year. 



LETTER OF THE COMTE DE RAYMOND TO THE MINISTER. 

LouiSBOURG, 5th December, 1752. 
My Lord, 

The ship which is to carry the despatches is not yet ready to sail, and is not likely 
to leave for eight or ten days. 

1 do not know whether the Sieur de la Roque, one of the land surveyors of the 
colony, has as yet arrived in Paris, where he is going after he has entered into possession 
of an inheritance at Toulouse. 

I would be sorry, My Lord, if you were not apprised before his arrival there, of 
his qoalifications. He is a very good man, full of zeal and talent. He is the son of one 
(A the King's Musketeers, of good family, and has rendered excellent service during the 
last war. 

He has done wonderful things here for me. It is he, who last year made a tour 
of De Royale to inspect, according to my instructions, all the ports and harbours, 
search for a new route to lie au Justaucorps, which is feasible and would shorten the 
sea voyage between this island and He Royale more than fifty leagues. 

I had also intrusted him with tthe making of a general census of the settlers on 
Um island, name by name, men as well as women and children, their respective ages 
and prc^iessions, the numbers of arpents each has of improved land, the number of their 
cattle, their species, fowl, <bo., dbc., distinguishing the good workmen from those who 
are noty and the character of each individual. He was instructed also to examine, and 
inspect the most percipitous places in the island ; those where troops could be most 
eadly landed ; how many ships each harbour could accommodate, and their tonnage ; 
the difficulties of making each harbour, the rocks and breakers at their entrances ; 
▼hat disputes exist concerning concessions, and lastly a general survey of everything. 

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I instructed hjm V> do the same during the summer at the He St. Jean. He acted 
as my forerunner ^&^i^* and I have seen with pleasure, My Lord, during the general 
tour which I hav^ ibade, that when I have personally reviewed the reports which he has 
made to m\ the^liave all been proved correct. 

ThA^ m JMi being of good family is desirous of rising above the average and asks a 
bre:rei;8Ui*8ub-engineer, which I pray you to be pleased to grant. Mopsieiir Franquet 
Jias'Meady taught him much, and he intends to perfect himself during his stay in 
fi^^ce, but at the same time, I have arranged with him that at present he shall not 
'*/j<ease to be a surveyor. He will be of the very greatest assistance in the general sur- 
vey, which I intend to make of this colony, as well as of He St. Jean, in 
order to come to some definite settlement of the concessions. He will take with him 
two other surveyors, and with his knowledge of the country, and of each concession, he 
will be well fitted to satisfactorily carry out the work. 

I pray you. My Lord, to not only grant him the favour he greatly desires, but also 
to show him more kindness and allow hin> to return by the first boat coming here. 

If you intend to send us a fourth surveyor who has some knowledge of engineering 
and who has the instruments necessary for the survey of thb country, it would be very 
fitting to expedite this most interesting work. 

Two surveyors could go one way and two the other. I know that to maintain four 
surveyors here will be putting the King to much expense, but I also know that at the 
present time they are very necessary, and will be so until the land granting business is 
cleared up, and all the concessions have been put in order and the boundaries de- 
termined ; a work which cannot be begun too soon. It would not be necessary to keep 
more than two afterwards, one in this colony, and the other at He St. Jean. The two 
others could be utilised on other work, or returned to France. 

Lee Sieurs Chatton and Roche who are the other two surveyors, and of whom 
nothing but good can be said, have not yet received payment of the three hundred 
livres which you had the goodness to grant to each of them towards the cost of their 
passage to this country. I beg you. My Lord, to be pleased to send orders that they be 
paid, for I assure you they have great need of this small sum, as they cannot live here 
within the limits of their eight hundred livres of pay. 

I have the honour, etc., 

Le CJomte de RAYMOND. 



TOUR OF INSPECTION UNDERTAKEN BY LE SIEUR DE LA ROQUK 

Tour of inspection undertaken by le Sieur de la Roque, King's Surveyor, by order 
of M. le Comte de Raymond, Chevalier, Seigneur d'Oye, la Cour and other places ; 
Brigadier General ; His Majesty's Lieutenant of the Towns and Castles of Angoul^me : 
Governor and Commandant of Isles Royale, St. Jean and others and their dependencies. 

This tour through all the ports, harbours, creeks, rivers and to all places in Isle 
Royale, generally, where there are settlers, was commenced on the fifth of February, 
1752. 

This said 5th day of February, 1 752, we, Joseph de la Roque, in consequence of 
orders and instructions given to us by M. le Comte de Raymond, left the town of 
Louisbourg, the capital of Isle Royale, at one o'clock in the afternoon, in rainy weather^ 
and at four o'clock in the evening of the same day arrived at the dwelling of the 8r. 
Pierre Boisseau, situate on the road to Mir^, two leagues from Louisbourg. 

We found in the said house an old soldier of the garrison of Louisbourg, Pierre 
Bonne, aged 61. He is a native of St. Pierre de Roumoulon, diocese of Xaintes, 
has neither trade nor profession, and is in the service of the said Pierre Boisseau. 

On being asked the extent of the concession, by whom granted and when ; the 
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the lAod ; he answered us that he knew nothing about the extent or boundaries of the con- 
oessioQ ; in regard to the cleared land, that was in grass, and from it they had harvested 
from 130 to 140 quintals of hay, the nature of the soil being most favourable for grow- 
ing hay. 

The said Sieur Boisseau had no live stock. 

Except a lake lying to the left of the road we observed nothing worthy of note 
(hroaghoat the whole distance of two leagues. This lake discharges its water intd the 
stream of Pointe Plate, by which stream they are carried to the sea at the harbour of 
Gabanis. The land is clothed with fir of all descriptions. 

Between six and seven o'clock in the morning, in bright sunshine, we set out from 
the said dwelling for Gabarus. We continued to follow the highway for half a league, 
and then took a blazed road, which led us to the further end of the gorge of the Monta- 
gue da Diable, on the sea shore at the harbour of Gabarus. The length of this road is 
pkoed at three leagues. 

All the woods are of beech and the surface of the ground is extremely rough. 

THE BAY OF GABARUS. 

This bay is formed by the Pointe du Dehors and the Pointe Blanche. These points 
lie about north-east and south-west, at a distance from each other of some three leagues, 
giving the bay a circuit of six leagues inland on the north-west of the island. 

Between Pointe Blanche apd Cormorandi^re, a good half league distant from 
LcKiisbourg, lies Pointe Plate, the exact place on which the English made a descent and 
landed the army in the year 1745. The land between the town of Louisbourg and this 
point is very rough and marshy, with ten to twelve feet of peat, which neither dries up, 
oor condenses owing to the great quantity of water with which every part is usually 
covered. 

Nor would it be easy to make practical dirainage for the reason that nearly all the 
oiarshes are pierced by ridges which partake of the nature of rocks. The bottom 
beneath the ten or twelve feet of peat is a mixture of rich soil full of and traversed by 
rocks, the whole producing a petrified mass and extremely difficult to remove. 

All these considerations lead to the conclusion that should the enemy attempt to make 
a descent at this part of the bay, they would find it very difficult if not impracticable 
to transport artillery across such rough country. 

The distance from Cormorandi^re to Pointe aux Basques, or to Point du 
Dehors is estimated at four leagues. Within this distance we find : — 

1. Between la Cormorandiere and the gorge of the above mentioned Montague du 
Diable there lie several creeks practicable for landing from boats. These creeks are, re- 
spectively, half a league, a league, and a league and a half distant from the site of one 
of the projected redoubts on the said Cormorandiere, on which a landing could be 
made without running any risk of danger. The distance between- the gorge of the 
said mountain to the Pointe du Dehors is about two leagues, and (between them) there 
rises a bank of sand half a league in length, and from 40 to 50 toises in width, extending 
from the foot of the said mountain to a stream which forms the boundary of the home- 
steads of the Sieur Duchambon, and the heirs of Pierre Rondeau. 

On this bank it would be possible to effect a landing at all times and tides except 
daring a heavy gale, and the redoubts to be thrown out on Pointe Plate and on the 
Cotmorandi^re would offer no opposition on account of their distance. 

But it is probable that these two projected redoubts will be very useful in prevent- 
ing the enemy from effecting a landing as near the place as they did during the last war, 
and should a landing on the said sand bank be effected, even then the impracticable 
roads they must follow in order to attack the said redoubts, and gain the road 
to Mir^, are the true guarantees for their security, seeing that it is morally impossible 
to tranport any kind of artillery across the lands in this locality or by way of the per- 
pendicular banks of the streams which intersect them. 

It is estimated that the distance between the said sand bank and the Pointe du 
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vessels anchor in four or five fathons of water, and sheltered generally from all winds 
except from the north which blows off land. 

This bay, where a very promising commencement for the settlement of a colony has 
been made is suitable for the cod fishery ; there is also an abundance of pasturage for 
raising a great quantity of live-stock and the land is also good for cultivation. 

CENSUS. 

The homesteads that have been granted on the said Bay of Gabarus, and the inhab- 
itants who have settled there, men as well as women, boys, girls, domestics,thirty-8ix 
months men, live stock, schooners, bateaux, skifis, boats, kJo, 

M. Degouttin, a ]ot situated on the Pointe du Dehors, unimproved. 

T M. Daillebou, a piece of land situated along the coast. Not cultivated. 

M. Thiery, a piece of ground situated on the coast, (adjoining the above). Un- 
cultivated. 

M. de St. Ovide, and now occupied by M. St. de Chambon. There are at present 
two settlers on it. 

M. Kondeau; a piece of ground situated in the middle of the said bay. There 
is one settler at work thereon. Sixton Huiker, ploughman, native of Switzerland, 
aged 42 years, married to Marie Jeanne Esteruine, native of Dailledan, Switzerland, 
aged 35 years, and their children as follows : — 

Joseph Huiker, aged 16 years. 

Angelique Huiker, aged 9 years. 

Both natives of Louisbonrg. The man occupies about two arpents of cleared land 
to make a garden in which he will sow all kinds of grain as an experiment to discover 
which will do best. He has a skiff. 

The land on which he is settled belongs to M. du Chambon. 

Jeanne Baudry, widow, of Francois Clermont, native of Plaisance, aged 45 years. 
She has three children, who are : — 

Fran9ois Clermont, aged 33 years of age ; 

Pierre Clermont, aged 27 yeara ; 

Jeanne Clermont, aged 15 years. 

Three hired fishermen, who are : 

Etienne Daguerre, native of Louisbourg, aged 33 years ; 

Pierre Tuillier, native of Dieppe, aged 27 years ; 

Fran9ois Durand, native of Dinant, aged 27 years. 

Three boats, one sow and five young pigs. 

The land on which she is settled is situated on the creek au Major, ui part of the 
homestead of M. du Chambon. 

Pierre Duport, ploughman, settler in the Colony for one year, having received 
rations for that time for himself and his family, native of the parish of Sonneville, 
in Abbeville, diocese of La Rochelle, aged 32 years ; Jeanne Metayer, his wife, 
native of the same parish, aged 24 years. They have three children, two sons and one 
daughter, who are : — 

Pierre Duport, aged 6 years ; 

Jean Duport, aged 4 years ; 

The daughter is not yet baptised. 

They have with them, 

Jeanne Rousseau, widow of Jean Metayer, their mother, aged 45 years ; 

Elizabeth Metayer, their sister, aged 18 years. 

The land on which they are settl^ belongs to and forms part of the homestead of 
Sr. Rondeau. 

On the 8th at 7 o'clock in the morning we took our departure from the said 
Gabarus to proceed to the harbour of Fourch^, which we reached about 3 o'clock in the 
afternoon of the same day. 

The harbour of Fourch^ lies on the south-west coast of the island about three 
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lake OQ the Und of Madame Rondeau, which lies behind the sand bank already referred 
ux In keeping to the west for a quarter of league the lands are covered with hard 
wood fit for fuel. Making west-south-west, during the second stage we reached a port- 
ige of about 80 toises, which brought us to^ second lake with no outlet for its waters 
aa?e that of filtration. This is a very extensive sheet of water. Keeping the same 
coarse we followed this lake for 200 toises, and entering a wood went south-west for a 
qiarter of a league, which brought us out on the Grand lac du Gabarus. Thb lake has 
thfse arms, running well inland to the north, north-east, and south-west. The river 
Banchois de Bellefeuille rises here, lying in the north arm and is the only outlet from 
the said lake of Gabarus. 

On leaving the wood for the first stage we followed the river in a south-westerly 
(Hreciion for about 400 toises, and then west quarter north-west for a quarter of a 
leigiie, all the woods being composed of fir. At the end of this distance we reached a 
smill portage of about 70 or 80 toises through hard wood, which brought us to a fourth 
onnamed lake. In continuing our journey we followed this lake its entire length, 
which is not very great. The timber in this locality is fir, and further on we re-entered 
the wood going south west for some 400 toises. This brought us immediately to the 
furUier end of the Barachois de Bellefeuille. Towards the end of the way we found 
all kinds of hard wood. 

THB BARAOHOIS DE BELLEFEUILLE. 

The Barachois de Bellefeuille is very extensive. It forms several arms, which run 
.deep inland on the north-east, the north and the north-west. We crossed, at first hold- 
ding south-west for about five toises, and then going west, a quarter north-west for a 
good quarter of a league. The banks as well as the lands in the interior are wooded 
with inferior fir. The entrance to the said Barachois de Bellefeuille lies north and 
souths At high tide an empty boat might succeed in making the passage, which is 
hardly two toises in width. The land is mostly peaty and marshy, being only good for 
pasturage. In front of the said barachois a sand bank extends a quarter of a league 
in length by 30 to 40 toises in width. It runs north-east and south-west. Besides the 
sand bank lying outside the entrance, the water is full of shoals and reefs ; vessels 
would be unable anywhere to find shelter from the winds, or to ride in safety in case of 
a light wind springing up. Further, as everyone knows, the weather on this coast is 
so changeable that an enemy would never be !K> imprudent as to land without making 
rare of being able to reembark in case of a repulse or if the state of the weather 
•houkl render such a course necessary. 

But even with a favourable wind what advantage would a landing offer ? If they 
should proceed inland to reach Gabarus Bay how could they pass through a country 
ao manhy as that described above? 

Leaving this Barachois going west-south-west, we passed an alder plot of some 400 
toises in extent, which brought us to the Barachois Marcoche. 

The Barachois de Marcoche is very extensive, being a league across. We followed 
it, making many points of the compass, which we reduced to the south-west. The 
Barachois has a number of arms running inland for a league, and one running to the 
Qorth-weet a good league and a half. There are several islets and peninsulas on it, 
vhilst the banks are covei-ed with fir treee. The entrance, which is perhaps fifteen 
toises across, lies north and south. Loaded boats pass at high tide. There is a rock on 
the starboard side as one enters, and a sand bank on the larboard, leaving room for 
only one boat to pass. A sand bank very similar to that in front of the Barachois de 
Belleleuille lies before the entrance. About a league outside the two Barachois there 
ue a number of reefs, visible only at low tide. From the said lake we skirted the 
ooast which is full of reefe and shoals as far as the mouth of the Harbour de Fourch^, a 
distance of a quarter of a league. 

THE HARBOUR OF FOURCH^. 

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It is divided into two arms, the one running to the west, north-west, and the other to 
the west. The latter was well settled before the war, there being twelve or fifteen 
families all doing well. 

The English burned the whole place with the exception or a storehouse, 100 feet 
long, on the homestead of the late M. Daocarette, still in existence to-day and used for 
the raising of cattle. 

Leaving Fouroh^ on Wednesday the ninth instant, holding north-west for a 
quarter of a league, past spruce woods rendered impracticable owing to their heavj- 
growth, the route brought us to Lake Ablin, which may be a quarter of a league in 
length by 200 toises in breadth. It divides at the further end into two branches, and 
runs about north-east and south-west. The shores are entirely covered wi^h fir. The 
lake discharges itself into the Barachois de la Grande Framboise by means of a stream, 
which we followed until we came to an arm of the said Barachois de la Framboise. 
The distance between the two points is possibly an eighth of a league. 

, THE BARACHOIS DE LA GRANDE FRAMBOISE, 

The Barachob de la Grande Framboise is situated half a league from the Harbour 
Fourche. The entrance lies north-north-west, and south-south-east ; its width may 
be placed at 450 toises.^ 

There are two reefs opposite the entrance. A boat of the capacity of ^\e or six 
cords of wood can pass, while outside there is anchorage. It is estimated that it runs 
inland for a league and a half, throwing out several arms that extend, some deeper than 
others into the land in a north-north-westerly direction forming many islands and points, 
in its middle; its width may be considered to be a good half league. The banks are covered 
with poor fir. The chief product of these Barachois, creeks and lakes consists of hay, 
seeing that the country is very marshy. Leaving the Barachois we took a westerly 
course past an alder plot of about 200 toises in extent, which brought us to the 
Barachois de la Petite Framboise. 

THE BARACHOIS DE LA PETITE FRAMBOISE. 

The Barachois de la Petite Frambois lies two leagues from the Harbour Fourche 
and four from that St. Espiit Its entrance is not suited for anything more than a canoe. 
The Barachois is a league in width north-east and south-west, and has several arms 
which run inland for a distance of about two leagues, forming islands and points, and 
it is stated that the arm to the north-north-east discharges its waters through a river 
into the lake of the river Mire. All the shores as well as the lands of the interior 
grow poor fir. From the Barachob we continued to skirt the coast as far as St. Esprit. 
In this distance of four leagues we found only two creeks where boats could shelter in 
bad weather from winds blowing from west-quarter-north-west to north-north-east. 
There was much greater shelter in the creek that has been named the Creek du Caplan. 
With these two exceptions the rest of the coast consists of high lands and rocks which 
- are impracticable owing to their extreme abruptness. 

ST. ESPRIT. 

St Esprit is well settled. It is adapted to the cod fishery, the raising of cattlei 
and for gardening, the soil being sandy in character. 

The harbour of St. Esprit is in truth an open roadstead. Its mouth lies east-north- 
east and west-south-west. Vessels of sixty to seventy tons can enter and anchor in the 
middle of the roadway with from ten to twelve fathoms of water at high tide. There 
are two reefs which one leaves, the one on the starboard and the other on the larboard. 
Behind the roadstead is a Barachois which runs inland in a north-westerly direction 
for about a league. The settlers cut what hay they require on the banks of this 
Barachois. Its mouth lies north-east and south-west. 

There is sufficient water at high tide to allow of the passage of a boat laden with 
five or six cords of wood. All the lands in the neighbourhood of St. Esprit are covered 
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CENSUS. 

Cenaas of the settlers, bachelors, hired fishermen, thirty-six months men, live stock, 
schooners, bateaux, and boats of St. Esprit 

Le Siear Perriez, conducting a fishery, native of Plaisance, aged 42 years, married 
to Marguerite Dion, native of 1a Cadie, aged 48 years. They have three hired fisher- 
men, two boats, three cows, three geese, two turkey-hens and nine fowls. 

The land that he occupies was granted him, verbally by M. de St. Ovide, and M. 
Lenonnant de M^zy. 

It includes a beach and scaffolding for the drying of the fish of two boatfl, and a 
Urge garden where they grow all kinds of vegetable produce. 

Francois Picard, fisherman, native of Pl^h^rel, diocese of St. Brieux, aged 39 years, 
of which he has passed 24 years in the colony ; married to Anne fiarbudeau, native 
of the place, aged 28 years. They have been granted rations for two years.' 

They have four children : — 

Jullien, aged 8 years. 

Suzanne, aged 5 years. 

Ang^lique, aged 2 years. 

Fran^oise, aged 1 year. 

Pive hired fishermen, namely : — 

Jean Grauthier, aged 36 years, native of Maudes, diocese of St. Malo. 

Julien Thomas, native of Couet, dioeese of St. Malo, aged 30 years. 

Jeaa Golinet^ aged 22 years, native of Trebedeau, diocese df St. Malo. 

Pierre Briand, native of St. Carl^ diocese of St Malo. 

Tooasaint Picard, native of Pl^h^rel, diocese of St. Brieux, aged 17 years. 

Three other hired men who are at Louisbourg. 

Two boats, a half boat, one cow and six fowls. ' 

Le Sieur Fran9ois Picard has no dwelling. 

Jean Granne, fisherman, native of Tad^, diocese of St. Malo ; and 35 years ; of 
which he has passed 17 in l^his colony; married to Marie Papou, native of St Pierre, 
aged 30 years. 

They have one son and three daughters : — 

Angustin, aged 3 years. 

Isdbelle, aged 7 years. 

Agathe, aged 5 years. 

Genevieve, a^^ed 14 months. 

Nine hired fishermen of whom six are working for their board : — 

Jean Foug^re, native of Chateauneuf, diocese of St. Malo, aged 39 years. 

Andr^ Groey, aged 24 years, native of Caronne, diocese of Avranches. 

Tonssaint Tramond, aged 15 years, native of Hebedau, diocese of St. Malo. 

Julien Papou, aged 24 years, native of St. Esprit. 

Pierre Jourgouche, native of Bayonne, aged 22 years. 

Gabriel Touria, aged 30 years, native of Bayonne. 

Two boats, two cows, one calf and six fowls. 

The dwelling that he occupies was sold to him by the widow Seau. In the deed 
of sale the number of toises the land contains, either frontage or surffCce measurement, 
is not mentioned. 

Georges Barbudeau, master-surgeon of St. Esprit, native of the island of Ol^ron, 
diooeae of Saintes. He has been 36 years in the colony ; married to FranQoise 
VrigneaUy aged 52 native of Plaisance. They have with them their nephew Simon 
Halbert, native of the island of Citron, aged 16 years. He is to remain in the country 
in Uie capacity of a surgeon. 

They have.no grant of the land they occupy. They have a garden but no live 
stock or poultry. 

Herbe Desroches, fisherman, native of Coral, diocese of Avranche, has been in the 
colony 22 years ; aged 35 years ; married to Marie Barbudeau, native of this place, 
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They have three sons and one daughter. 

Franqois, aged 8 years. 

Jean, aged 3 years. 

Pierre, aged 3 months. 

Margueritte, aged 10 years. 

Louise Duneau, aged 14, native of Louisbourg, in the capacity of servant. 
Three hired fishermen : — - 

Yves Galles, aged 30 years, native of the parish of Ouill^, diocoee of St. Malo. 

Alexis Renard, aged 30 years, native of Ste. Broulade de HoL 

Louis Mange, aged 23 years, native of Carmei, archdiocese of Paris. 

One boat, one half boat, one cow and eight fowls. 

The dwelling that he occupies was given, verbally, by M. Bigot and contains 
platforms and scaffoldings for drying the fish of two boats. 

Isabelle Longue Epi^, widow of the late Jean Papou, native of the coast of Plais- 
ance ; aged 52 years. 

She has four sons : — 

Charles, aged 29 years ; 

Julien, aged 25 years ; 

Jean, aged £2 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 18 years, all natives of St. Esprit. 

The land they occupy was given them verbally by the authorities. They have a 
garden. 

Jean Clement, fisherman, native of the parish of Jeffrets, diocese of Coutances, 
aged 45 years, of which he has passed 30 in the colony. Married to Marie Brus, aged 
40 years, native of la Cadie. 

They have five sons and one daughter : — 

Jean, aged 20 years ; 

Pierre, aged 18 years ; 

Jean, aged 1 1 years ; 

Pierre, aged 9 years ; 

Chapin, aged 10 months ; 

Louise, aged 4 years, all natives of St- Esprit 

One boat, one cow, one calf, and six fowls. 

Oeorge Bonin, fisherman, native of the place, aged 28 years, married to Marie Diers, 
native of Niganiche, aged 19 years. 

They have one daughter not yet named, aged 21 days, and Madeleine Diers, her 
sister aged 9 years. 

One mare, three fowl, two geese, and two turkey hens. 

The land they occupy was granted to them by Messrs. de St. Ovide and Le Normand, 
but they lost the title deed in the war. 

Jacques Lirard, fisherman, native of the parish of Plerin, diocese of St. Brieux, 
aged 40 years of which he has passed 26 in the colony. Married to Catherine Cle- 
ment, aged 22 years, native of Port Toulouse. 

They have one daughter Marie, aged 1 4 months. 

Two hired fishermen. 

Nicolas Joasise, aged 18 years, native of Quarolle, diocese of Avranche. 

Joannes Dharouenaut, aged 24 years, native of Charau, diocese of Bayonne. 

Five fowls. They have no dwelling place. 

Francois Le Hardy, fisherman, native of St. Mod^, diocese of St. Malo, married 
to Marguerite Clement, aged 15 years, native of the place. 

Their whole wealth consists of seven fowls, they have no dwelling place. 

Madeleine Robert, widow of the late Jean Bradon, native of la Cadie, aged 52 
years. 

She has three children, two sons and one daughter. 

Jean Bradon, aged 24 years ; 

Pierre Bradon, aged 32 years ; 

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£tieiiQe Porier, her nephew, aged 7 years. 

All natives of He Royal. 

One heifer, and five fowls. She has no dwelling place. 

Jean Beaulien, fisherman, native of Bourneuf, diocese of Nantes, aged 48 years of 
whidi he has passed 30 in the colony. Married to Marie Hulin, native of Grandville, 
diocese of Coatances, aged 48 years. 

They have two sons : 

Pierre, aged 6 years'; 

Jean, aged 2 years ; 

Fonr fowls, and they have no dwelling place. 

Francois Bonniea, fiisherman, native of the place, aged 24 years. Married to Mar- 
guerite Lavandiere native of Port Toalonse. 

They have one son and one daughter. 

Jean aged 5 months. 

Barbe, aged 3 years. 

And one mare for the whole of their live stock. 

Anselme Blanchard, farmer for M. Dola Barras, Captain of the port., native of 
Cobegoy, aged 33 years. Married to Marguerite Diron, native of la Cadie aged 32 
years. 

They have 6 children. 

Joseph, aged 10 years ; 

Marie Marthe, aged 15 years ; 

Isabelle, aged 7 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 4 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 3 years. 

Cloty, aged 2 years. 

A cow with her calf. 

They have not yet cleared any land. 

NoT«. — As regards St Esprit there was a greater number of boats before the war 
than to-day. 

Left St. Esprit on the 11th of February and arrived at TArdoise about 6 o'clock 
in the afternoon of the same day. The distance between the two points is estimated at 
six leagues. We noticed, first, that a bank of sand on which there is a great deal of 
grass, extends from St Esprit to the Creek de la Choui, and, further, that this Creek 
de la Choni affords excellent anchorage from the south-west ; north-west, and north- 
quarler-north-east winds, but it is open to the full force of winds from other points. It 
has an area of three quarters of a league, and in the centre seven or eight fathoms of 
vater. There are two submerged reef^ outside the said creek that are left to starboard 
on entering. The Qrande Riviere runs into the said creek. The narrow entrance of 
the creek lies north and south. It runs inland about three leagues and after dividing 
into three arms penetrates inland to the west, north-west and north. Vessels of seventy 
tons, if they could only effect an entrance, might pass up the creek for two leagues, but 
the passage is only practicable for vessels drawing six or seven feet of water, and that 
only at high tide. It's shores are covered with all kinds of hard wood, with quantities 
ol pine or, sprace on the high ground, and on the banks of the three arms. During the 
remainder of the distance, which is estimated at four leagues, we did not find any place 
suitable as a place of refuge for boats. It is all composed of abrupt declivities and 
diains of rocks impracticable for vehicles. All the land in the vicinity of the sea is 
covered with fir and poor spruce. 

The bay de TArdroise is adapted to the cod-fishery. The family of the Sieur 
Cotte, who took refuge here at the time of the last war with the English, makes good 
catches fA codfish of very merchantable quality. The b'ly is divided into two parts ; 
the one that is settled being very small and exposed to the winds blowing in from the 
open sea, but it was preferred to the larger arm seeing that that does not run so far 
ialand, and is therefore more exposed to the full force of the wind. In the larger 
hfincfa vessels find shelter from winds from eveiy point generally, and when they are to 
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find anchorage. It runs inland for a good half league, but the water is only deep enough 
for boats. The banks are covered with hardwood. The soil is known to be largely 
sandy in its composition and suited only for the cultivation of hay, and garden stuff. 

CENSUS OF THB FAMILY OF SR. FRANCOIS COSTS. 

Fran9ois Coste, native of the parish of Martegue, diocese of Marseille, aged 90 
years ; has been in the colony 30 years. Married to Madeleine Martin, native of 
Port Royal, aged 89 years. 

They have with them : 

Joseph Dugas, aged 21 years ; 

Madeleine Dugas, aged 12 years ; their grand son ; 

Louis Mercier, aged 17 years, native of Canada, engaged for one year in the capa- 
city of servant 

Five cows, two mares, one sow, six fowls, and a garden. 

Pierre Boy, fisherman, native of St. Jean des Camps, disocese of Coutanoes, 
aged 70 years of which he has spent 40 in the colony. Married to Marie Coste, aged 
56 years, native of Port Royal. 

They have two &ons, and five daughters. 

Joseph, aged 19 years ; 

Francois, aged 17 years ; 

Judith, aged 27 years ; 

Cecile, aged 21 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 17 years ; 

Charlotte, aged 14 years ; 

Genevieve, aged 11 years. 

One ox, two cows, three c ilves, one bull, two pigs, seven fowls, one boat and a 
large garden. 

Madeleine Coste, widow of the late Barthelemy Petitpas, native of Port Royal, 
aged 54 years. 

She has five sons and one daughter : 

Jean Petitpas, aged 24 years ; 

Pierre Petitpas, aged 21 years ; 

Claude Petitpas, aged 18 years ; 

Guillaume Petitpas, aged 17 yean) ; 

Paul Petitpas, aged 12 years ; 

Pelajie Petitpas, aged 14 years. All natives of Port Toulouse. 

One ox, four cows, one calf, two pigs, five fowls, one boat, and a large garden. 

Gervais Brisset, fisherman, native of Cond^, diocese of Bayou, aged 50 years, of 
which he has passed 30 in this colony. Married to Marie Joseph Le Roy, native of 
Port Toulouse, aged 36 years. 

They have five daughters : 

Marie Josephe, aged 16 years ; 

Catherine, aged 1 2 years ; 

Brigide, aged 8 years ; 

Suzanne, aged 6 years ; 

Gervaise, aged 3 years. 

One ox, one cow, two pigs, six fowls, one schooner of the capacity of 15 cords of 
wood, and a garden like the others. 

Charles Lavigne, coaster, native of Port Royal, aged 34 years. Married to Made- 
leine Petitpas, ag«i 34 years, native of Port Toulouse. 

They have two sons and three daughters : 

Benoist, aged 3 years ; 

Joseph, aged 5 months ; 

Anne, aged 9 years ; 

Charles, aged 6 years ; 

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Qilles Poirier, aged 13 years, native of St. Esprit, in the capacity of a domestic. 

One ox, four cows, one calf, two pigs, seven fowls, one boat of the capacity of ten 
cords of wood and a garden. 

Jofleph Petitpas, fisherman, native of the Port de Toulouse, aged 29 years. Married 
to Anne Lafars^e, aged 25 years, native of Petit Degras. 

They have one son aged 15 months. 

One oow, five fowls and a garden. 

Jean Coste, coaster, native of Port Royal, aged 38 years. Married to Madeleine 
Lafargue, native of Petit Degra, aged 29 years. 

Tliey have four sons and one daughter : 

Fran9oi8, aged 1 1 years ; 

Pierre, aged 9 years ; 

Jean, aged 6 years ; 

Etienne, aged 6 months ; 

Genevieve, aged 3 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 16 years. 

Ambroise Lebandon, aged 24 years, native of Port Toulouse, in the capacity of 
domestic. 

Six head of cattle, one mare, two pigs, seven fowls, one boat of the capacity of 15 
cords of wood and a garden. 

Pierre Brisson, fisherman, native of Nantes, aged 52. Married to Anne Boy, 
DAtive of Port Toulouse, aged 33 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : 

Jean, aged 5 years ; 

Pierre, aged 18 months ; 

Marie, aged 11 years. 

Louis Minereau, native of Rochfort, aged 20 years, as a domestic. 

Five head of cattle, one mare, two pigs, ^ve fowls, one boat and a garden. 

Noel Amiot, fisherman, native of Quiberon, diocese of St. Malo, aged 40 years, 
and in the Colony since 1728. Married to Marguerite Boy, native of Port Toulouse, 
aged 30 years. 

They have two sons and two daughters.. 

Jean, aged 4 >ears, and the other is not yet named ; 

Margueritte, aged 8 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 2 years. 

Seven bead of cattle, one pig, ^ve fowls, one boat, and a garden. 

The land on which the family of Fran9ois Coste is settled was granted to Sieur 
Coste by Messrs. de Saint Ovide and de Soubras. It extends half a league on the sea 
shore. The small quantity of meadow land is situated on the banks of the Grande 
Baye; They would not know where to obtain sufficient hay for their live stock, unless 
thej carried it from the lands of Caneeau. The beach is natuially enclosed and there 
are scaffoldings for drying the fish. 

NoTB. — That all those settlers as well as those at Saint Esprit and at Gabarus have 
received rations for two years. 

Left I'Ardoise on the 13th and arrived at Port Toulouse on the same day, the dis- 
tance between the two points being estimated at two leagues. 

About two hundred toises from the bay de I'Ardoise, settled by le Sieur Fran- 
t;ois Coste, we found a second very extensive bay. The entrance to it lies south-east 
and north-west with a depth of four fathoms of water ; and vessels, once inside find 
andiorage in 15 to 16 feet of water, and shelter from winds from the south-quarter- 
soath-west; west, north-west ; north ; and north quarter; north-east. In truth they are not 
lenire in case of heavy weather, for the bottom is composed of moving sands, and vessels 
are liable to drag their cables, and drive on to the rocks of the Cap de T Ardoise, or run 
aground on a sand bank that extends to the further end of the bay. It is little fre- 
quented by the sailors during the autumn, which is the season for gales, and vessels 
only go there to load with cord wood. A quarter of a league outside the bay to the 
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in extent. It is close to the lands Grand Isle, near the cape at the south- west of the said 
bay. All the shore as well as the interior is covered with hard timber. Leaving the bay 
we pass through an alder plot about an eighth of a league in extent, which leads to a 
Hpecies of barachois, afterwards following the shore for half a league before striking 
the Barachois des Sept Islots. This barachois is not of much importance. 

It has little water and it seems probable that at some remote date it was meadow- 
land, which has been submerged with the waters left by the*^ incursions of the sea into 
the island. One sees where in reality there is the grass still at the bottom, and at low 
tide there is at the most only a foot of water over it. The bottom is vepy muddy. Out- 
side there are seven small islands which give to this place the name Sept Islot«. 

Finally a blazed road is taken which leads to the further end of the barachois to 
the east of Port Toulouse. All this part of the country is covered with mixed timber, 
but fir is the predominant wood. 

PORT T0UL0U8B. 

Port Toulouse is situated to the right as you enter the little channel. The month 
is formed by the Pointe k Coste, on the lands of Isle Royale, and the Cap de la Ronde, 
on the isles Madame. The port extends three leagues running east and west. The 
breadth varies at divers points but is estimated to average from 150 to 200 toisee. 
Vessels of 150 tons could not pass on account of two shoals that are in the centre of Uie 
said channel and it would take good seamanship to work small vessels through. 

Port Toulouse is formed by the Pointe k Coste and the Pointe de la Briquerie, 
which are reckoned to lie north-west and south-east, and to be three quarters of a league 
apart. There is one channel which the King's vessels of 30 to 36 pieces of cannon coald 
enter, but it is winding, and it is necessary to buoy the course on port and starboard in 
order that vessels may pass up the middle of the channel without fear of coming to 
grief. It is a pity that this port is not practicable to vessels of all kinds ; it presents a 
charming perspective and could be easily fortified, but it would be impossible to prevent 
an enemy effecting the landing of troops without the construction of several forts at the 
various points suitable for that purpose, between the Pointe de I'ancienne Intendance 
and the riviere k Millard. On this riviere Tillard, in the creek de la Briquerie defence 
is everywhere quite easy, and without being visible from the present settlement. When 
near the land one estimates that la Briquerie is a good league from the settlement, and the 
riviere a Tillard three-quarters of a league. Vessels of 100 tons can enter and find 
shelter in this river, secure from winds from all points generally. The basin is not 
very large but is well adapted for sheltering ships. The settlers of Port Toulouse beach 
their boats and schooners here for the winter. It is the only spot that is concealed from 
observation from the King's Post From Pointe a Coste to the King's Post there lies a 
sand bank which leaves a small space between it and the land on the north side where the 
Post stands and between this sandbank and the land on the north side, there is an arm run- 
ning inland to the east for about a good half league. It is just as easy to effect a land 
ing in this spot as in the preceeding. The land of I'ancienne Briquerie is found to be 
stony and not capable of producing marketable stuff. Half a league east-south-east from 
Port Toulouse lies the Grande Grave. It is bordered by Pointe Pinet on the east and 
by Pointe a Coste on the west. The entrance lies north-east by south-west Vessels 
can find anchorage here and shelter from winds from almost every point, only those blow- 
ing off shore being dangerous. They anchor in five to six fathoms of water. Two reefs 
lie opposite to pointe a Coste. They are visible at low water and left on the starboard 
beam as one enters. At the far end of the creek there is a barachois running a good 
quarter of a league inland in a north-westerly direction. All this section is covered, 
with a mixed timber. 

CENSUS OF THE SETTLERS OF PORT TOULOUSE. 

Jean Baptiste Martel, coaster, native of Quebec, aged 42 years. Married to Marie 
Poujet, native of Port Royal, aged 48 years. 

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Charles, 18 years; 

Joseph, aged 16 years ; 

Baptiste, aged 13 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 1 1 years ; 

EpoUlle, a^^ 8 years ; 

Four oxen, eight cows, one horse, eleven fowls, three docks, six geesp, and a gander. 

The land for his dwelling place was sold him by Jean Clement. He did not know 
the extent, nor that of a meadow from which he carries hay for wintering his live stock. 

Jean Boy, coaster, native of the neighbourhood, aged 22 years. Married to Judict 
OoQJet, native of Fort Touloose, aged 23 years. 

They have one cow with a calf, four tarkey henp, five geese, three fowls, and one 
Kbooner. 

The land they occupy was sold to them by le Sieur Boudrot They have partly 
clewed a piece of ground for a garden. They, as well as the proceeding family, have 
beeo granted rations for two years. 
• Nioolas Beriot, coaster, native of la Cadie, aged 49 years. Married to Ursul le 
Gotre, Dative of des Mines, diocese of Quebec, aged 34 years. They have taken 
refoge in the island for two years. 

They have three sons and three daughters : — 

Olive, aged 12 years; 

Pierre, aged 10 years ; 

Jo6q>b, aged 7 years ; 

Marie, aged 16 years ; ^ 

Joseph, aged 14 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 4 years. 

One cow, three geese, and five fowls. 

The land they occupy was granted them in 1749 by M. Duhaget^ then Commandant 
at Port Toulouse. They have made a small clearing for a garden, and uncultivated 
Uod for a meadow. They have been granted rations for two years. 

Pierre Degr§, carpenter, native of la Cadie, aged 56 years. Married to Marie 
Testard, widow of the late Charles Pinet Jr., native of Port Royal, aged 41 years. 

She has five children by her first marriage, three sons, and two daughters : — 

Joseph Pinet, aged 24 years ; 

Pierre Pinet, aged 22 years ; 

Pierre Pinet, aged 12 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 23 years ; 

Madeleine Pinet, aged 1 5 years ; 

All natives of Port Toulouse. 

The land they occupy was given them by M. de Rouville, then Commandant at 
Port Toulouse. 

The only clearings they have made are one for a garden, and one for pasturage, 
vbere they cut about thirty quintals of hay. They receive rations according to the 
King's regulations. 

Tliree cows and nine fowls. 

Michel Samson, coaster, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years, of which he has spent 
25 years in the colony. Married to Jeanne Testard, native of Port Royale, aged 35 
jears. They have been granted two years rations. 
Th^ have four sons and four daughters : — 

Jean, aged 1 7 years ; 

Michel, a^^ed 13 years ; 

Sebastien, aged 11 years ; 

Fabicn, aged 11 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 22 years ; 

Jeanette, aged 15 years ; 

Jvlic, aged 8 years ; 

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The land they occupy was granted verbally by Messieurs de Saint Ovide and Le Nor- 
mand. They have two oxen, eight cows and six fowls. 

They have cleared two or three arpents of land, which they have turned into 
meadows, where hay comes up best, and a garden where vegetables thrive best. 

Charles Pinet, coaster, of Port Toulouse, native of that place, aged 27 years ; mar- 
ried to Jeanne Samson, native of Port Royale, aged 32 years. 

They have one son who is not named. 

The land on which they dwell belongs to Sr. Samson, their father-in-law, and he 
has given them land for buUding and to make a small garden where garden products do 
best. They have two cows and six fowls. They have been granted two years rations. 

Mathieu Samson, coaster, native of Port Royal, aged 42. Married tb Marguerite 
Lapierre, native of la Cadie, aged 42 years. 

They have four sons and three daughters : — 

Pierre Samson, aged 17 years ; 

Jean Samson, aged 16 years ; 

Fran9ois Samson, aged 14 years ; * 

Bruneau Samson, aged 7 years ; 

Isabelle Samson, aged 13 years; 

Charlotte Samson, aged 8 yeai*8 ; 

Jeanne Samson, aged 3 years. 

They have been granted two years rations, and have beeen in the colony since 1730» 

They have three oxen, two cows, and seven fowls. 

The land they occupy was granted to them verbally by Messieurs de St. Ovide and 
Le Normand. They have made a clearing for a garden and a piece of ground four 
arpents in extent for a meadow. 

Habraham Du Gas, coaster, native of Mount Royal, aged 36 years ; married to 
Marguerite Foug^re, native of La Cadie, aged 28 years. 

They have five children : — 

Jean Dugas, aged 1 3 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 16 years ; 

Marie Dugas, aged 1 1 years ; 

Genevieve, aged 9 years ; 

Joseph, aged 18 months. 

They have been in the colony since 1719, they have been granted rations con- 
formably to the King's ordinance. 

The land on which he is settled was granted to him, verbally, by Messieurs de St. 
Ovide, and T^e Normand. They have made a clearing for a garden, and the rest is in 
pasture, with a second meadow above the dike of the Isles Madame. 

Their live stock consists of two oxen ; three cows ; one sow ; seven fowls ; and one 
batteau. 

Marie Marchand, widow of the late Charles Pinet, native of la Cadie ; aged 4S 
years. 

She has three sons and two daughters : — 

Jean Pinet, aged 21 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 13 years ; 

Jeanne Pinet, aged 18 years; 

Angelique, aged 12 years. 

The land she occupies was granted in form to Sr. Louis Marchand by Messieurs de 
St. Ovide, and le Normand, but they lost their title deed during the late war. She has 
no clearing except for a small garden. 

Charles Pinet, Jr., coaster, native of the place, aged 25 years. Married to 
Hel^ne Guedry, native of la Cadie, aged 22 years. 

They have neither live stock nor dwelling place. 

Pierre Sauvage, coaster, native of la Cadie, aged 27 years. Married to Jeanne 
Pinet, native of Port Toulouse, aged 22 years. 

They have Josette Sauvage, their daughter, aged 17 months. 

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Loais Dantin, native of Paris, aged 50 years. Married to Marguerite La Soude, 
A tire of Saint Pierre, aged 36 years. 

They have four sons and one daughter : ^ 

Gabriel Dantin, aged 10 years ; 

Loais Dantin, aged 7 years ; 

fiarth^^my, aged 4 years ; 

Joseph Dantin, aged 2 years ; 

Jeanne Dantin, aged 9 years. 

One ox, one cow and one hen. 

Their house is situated on the land of Marc la Soude, their father. 

Judicth Petitpas, aged 60 years, native of Port Royal, widow of the late Marc la 
Soade. 

She has two sons : — 

Jean Baptiste La Soude, aged 24 years ; 

Joseph La Soude, aged 21 years. 

They had a grant in form of the land they occupied from Messieurs de Saint- 
Ovide and Le Normand, but they lost the deed in the late war. 

One ox, three cows, two calves and four fowls. 

Tliey make their hay on the banks of the riviere k Tillard, where their meadows 
lie. They were granted to them in the same deed as their homesteads. 

Honor^ Boucher, native of la Cadie, aged 36 years, of which he has passed 30 in 
the colony. Married to Marie Anne La Soude, native of Port Toulouse, aged 24 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : — 

Bellony Boucher, aged 8 years. 

Jean Boucher, aged 2 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 4 years ; 

They have two oxen, two cows, and four fowls. Their house is on their mother's 
homestead. 

Michel Boudreau, coaster, native of la Cadie, aged 35 years. Married to Jeanne 
Fong^re, native of Port Toulouse, age 27 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Joseph Boudrot, aged 2 months ; 

Jeanne Boudrot, aged 2 years. 

One ox, one sow ; six fowls and one schooner. 

The land they occupy was granted to thenc by Messieurs Saint Ovide and Le 
Normand. They have made a small clearing for a g irden. 

Jacques Coste, builder, native of Port Royal, aged 47 years. Married to Fran9oise 
Petitpas, native of la Cadie, aged 45 years. 

They have Claude Coste, their son aged 22 years. 

They hold in live stock, two oxen, three cows ; two pigs, one horse ten fowls ; one 
bftteaa and a ski£ 

The land on which they are settled was given them verbally by Mcjssieurs de Saint 
Oride, and Le Normand. They know nothing as to its extent, ana have cleared ground 
for a garden only. 

Joseph Dugas, coaster, native of la Cadie, aged 38 years, widower of the late 
Margueritte Le Blanc. 

He has one son and four daughters : — 

Joseph, aged 5 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 10 years ; 

Anne, aged 8 years ; 

Fran^oise, aged 3 years : 

Marie, aged 5 years. Mane Brand, his niece, native of la Cadie, aged 22 years. 

One ox, two oows, two pigs, and 12 fowls. 

The land on which he is settled was granted to his late father, by Messieurs de 
8tintOvide and Le Normand, but they lost the deed in the last war. They have cleared 
about two arpents of land where they have several times sown turnips, but they have 
never oome up well. 

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Pierre Boy, coaster, nati^•eof the place, aged 19 years. Married to Jeanne Dugas, 
native of Louisbourg, aged 22 years. 

They are on the land of Joseph Dugas, their father. They have two cows and one 
hen. 

Claude Clerget, coaster, native of the parish of Acre, diocese of Langros, aged 
60 years, of which he has passed 25 in the country. Married to Frangoise Lavergn<>, 
native of Port Royal, aged 50 years. 

Three have three sons and three daughters : — 

Joseph Petitpas, aged 21 years ; 

Abraham La Vaudi^re, aged 17 years ; 

Gabriel Clerget, aged 14 years, natives of the place ; 

Felicity Clerget, aged 1 2 years ; 

Fran9oise Clerget, aged 1 1 years ; 

Anne Clerget, aged 10 years. 

They have live stock consisting of two oxen, two cowe, two heifers and three fowls. 

The land they occupy is situated at the further end of Bras d'Or. It was granted 
to them by Messieurs de St. Ovide and le Normand. They have cleared about two 
arpents of ground, where they raise all sorts of garden stuff. 

Jacques Petitpas, of Port Toulouse, is a coaster, and native of Canceau, aged 28 
years. Married to FranCj^oise Breaud, native of la Cadie, aged 28 years. 

They have Marie Petitpas, their daughter, nine days old. 

One ox, one sow, four fowls and a bateau. The land they occupy was given them 
by their mother, out of her homestead. 

Anne Baudreau, widow of Jean Brand, native of la Cadic, aged 54 years. 

She has two sons and four daughters : — 

Joseph, aged 26 years ; 

Ermant, aged 20 years ; 

Marie, aged 22 years ; 

Anne, aged 18 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 15 years ; 

Magdeleine, aged 14 years. 

She has no dwelling place, and has been granted a year's rations. Her children 
follow the coasting trade. 

Jean Petitpas, coaster, native of la Cadie, aged 30 years ; married to *Fran9oi8e 
Monthory, native of la Cadie, aged 27 years. They have been settled in the Colony 
ten years. 

They have Jean, their son, 5 months old and are settled in the dwelling place of her 
mother. 

The character of the land in the further end of Bras d'Or is very well suited to the 
cultivation of much garden stuff, such as peas and other vegetables. Notwithstanding 
that the fogs are as prevalent as at Louisbourg in the spring, the Sr. Petitpas told me 
that one year his father sowed wheat and that it came up in fine condition and well 
nourished. 

Joseph Vigneau, coaster, native of la Cadic, aged 37 years ; married to Catherine 
Arceneau, native of Port Royal aged 33 years. They have been settled in the Colony 
14 years. 

They have five sons and two daughters : 

Joseph, aged 13 years ; 

Nicolas, aged 11 years ; 

Jean, aged 10 years ; 

Pierre, aged 6 years ; 

Hippolite, aged 3 years ; 

Rose, aged 15 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 7 years. 

And in live stock, two oxen, two cows, four pigs, ten fowls, and one bateau. Tbey 
have Baptiste Bareu in the capacity of a domestic. He is to settle in the colony. 

They have verbal permission from Messrs. Desherbiers and Provost to settle on t^e 
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Madeleine Soret, widow of the late Pierre du Maw, native of Quebec, aged 46 
yeare. 

She has two sons and one daughter : 

Dominique Coulon, aged 20 years, by her first marriage. 

Pierre Damas, aged 12 by her second marriage. 

Margaret Ck>ulon, aged 18 years. 

She has been in the colony 29 years. 

Her land was granted to her by Messieurs, de St. Ovide and Le Normand, but she 
lost the deed in the war. She has turned all the forepart of her homestead into 
meadow land from which she saves from 130 to 140 quintals of hay. She has no live 
stock. 

Joseph Foug^re, coaster, native of Port Royal, aged 36 years ; married to 
Marguerite Coste, native of Port Toulouse, aged 32 years. They are in the colony 28 
years. 

They have Modeste Foug^re, aged 4 years. 

Marie Madeleine, aged 1 2 years, native of la Cadie, as a domestic. 

In live stock, they have one ox, one cow, one heifer, two geese, four fowls, and a 
ihare in a vessel. 

The dwelling in which he is settled, was sold to him by Claude Dugas. 

Claude Dugas, coaster, native of this place, aged 26 years, married to Madeleine 
Beli?eau, native of Port Royal, aged 34 years, widow of the late Jean Foug^re. 

They have four sons and two daughters : 

Louison Fougere, aged 18 years ; 

Jean Fougere. aged 10 years ; 

Michel Fougere, ^ed 9 years; 

Joseph Dugas, aged 2 months ; 

Isabeau Fougere, aged 17 years ; 

Barbe Fougere, aged 16 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows ; one mare ; one goose, one pig, and 
five fowls. They lave cleared a garden, and the remainder of the homestead is 
in meadow land from which they draw 20 to 30 quintals of hay. 

The land they occupy was sold to them by the late Jean Robert Henry. The extent 
of the said land was not specified in the deed of sale. 

Nicolas Pr^jean, coaster of Port Toulouse, native of Port Royal, aged 42 years. 

He has two sons and four daughters : — 

Louison, aged 18 years ; 

Gabriel, a^ 1 year ; 

Marie, ag«i 1 6 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 9 years ; 

Rose, aged 8 years : 

Cedlle, aged 4 years. 

Two cows, two fowls, and a bateau. 

The dwelling he occupies was sold to him, by the late Jean Robert Henry. 
There is a garden and the rest of the land is pasture. 

Nicolas Lavigne, coaster, native of St. Denis, aged 68 years, of which he has spent 
25 in the colony, married to Marie Anne Demanceau, aged 43 years. 

They have one son and five daughters : — 

Nicolas, aged 14 years ; 

Anne, aged 19 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 15 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 1 1 years ; 

Barbe, aged 7 years ; 

Genevieve, aged 2 years. 

Of live stock they have two oxen, two cows, two bulls, four geese, and seven fowls. 

The homestead on which they are was merely granted to them verbally by Mes- 
Blears de Saint-Ovide, and Le Normand. They have made a clearing for a garden and 
the rest of the land is in pasture. 

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Orr^ Marchand, widow of the late Breau, native of the said place, aged 36 years. 

She has five sons and two daughters : — 

Joseph, aged 1 5 years ; 

Pierre, aged 14 years ; 

Francois, aged 1 1 years ; 

Jean, aged 7 years ; 

Georges, aged 4 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 20 years ; 

C^lestine, aged 9 years. 

In live stock she has two cows, and one sow. 

The land she occupies was granted to her by Messieurs de Saint Ovide, and Le 
Normand. In the grant the extent of frontage of the said land is not stated, but it is 
clearly specified that its depth extends from the settlement to the further end of Bras 
d'Or. 

Jean Marchand, coaster, native of Port Royal, aged 40 years ; married to Genevieve 
Pouget, aged 35 years, native of Port Royal. 

They have two sons : — 

Eustache, aged 2 years, 

Louis, aged 1 year. 

In live stock they have four oxen, two cows, eight geese, ^ve turkey hens, eight 
fowls, and one skiff.* 

Their meadows are situated on the Grand Passage, from la Platriere to the Isle de 
rOurs, the distance between these boundaries being one league, where they gather 60 
to 70 quintals of hay. 

They have two other dwellings, one granted verbally by M. de la Vali^re, subject 
to the good pleasure of Messieurs de St. Ovide and de M^zy. The other was sold to 
them by the widow Boudreau. 

Note, that all the settlers enumerated above, were given two years rations, with 
the exception of several who complained of not having received their supplies from the 
store house, because the storekeeper had taken their orders from them, and eave them 
a supply on account, telling them to return another time, and when they went back for 
the balance le Sr. Lartigue did not remember the occurrence, and they never received 
the balance due to them. 

Census of new settlers, refugee Acadians, throughout the command of Port Tou- 
louse. 

Jean Boudrot, native of Port Royal, aged 29 years, married to Francoise Harse- 
not, native of la Cadie, aged 23 years. Thoy have been in the colony two years and 
have received rations during that period. 

They have two sons and one daughter. 

Joseph, aged 3 years, native of la Cadie. 

Jean, aged 2 years, native of the same place. 

Ang^lique, aged three months. 

Nicolas La Treille, native of la Cadie, aged 10 years, a relative. 

They have neither live stock nor dwelling. They have ten fowl?, and a bateau 
they are building to carry wood to Louisburg. 

Baptiste Vigneau, native of Port Royal, aged 25 years, married to Anne Poirier, 
native of la Cadie, aged 28 years. They have been in the colony half a year, and have 
been granted rations for two years. 

They have two sons and four daughters : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 10 years ; 
Amant, aged 6 years ; 
Marie, aged 12 years ; 
T^otiste, aged 8 years ; 
Marguerite, aged 4 years ; 
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In animalA, one cow, one caif, one sow, eleven fowls, and a bateau. They have no 
dwelling place. 

The land on which they are settled was marked out for them by M. de Villejoint. 
They have made no clearing. 

Joseph Poirier, native of la Cadie, aged 47 years. Married to Jeanne Qodet, 
native of Port Royal, aged 35 years. They have been in the colony two years, and 
bftTe been granted rations for that time. 

They have a son and three daughters : — 

Joeeph, aged 15 years ; 

Anne, ag^ 18 years ; 

Marie, aged 10 years ; 

Modeste, aged 4 years ; 

In animals, one ox, one cow, one calf, four pigs, eleven fowls, and one bateau. 

The land on which they are settled was given them by M. de. Villejoint. It was 
long ago cleared by fire. They have done no clearing. • 

Vincent Arceneau, native of la Cadie, aged 32 years. Married to Marguerite 
Pbirier, native of Port Royal, aged 21 years. They have been in the colony two years, 
and have been granted rations for that period. 

They have only one cow. 

The land they have was granted to them by M. de Villejoint. They have done no 
clearing. 

Jean Maurice, coaster, native of la Gadie, aged 48 years. Married to Isabelle 
Aroeneau, native of des Mines, aged 37 years. They have been for two years in the 
colony and have been given rations during that time. 

They have three daughters and two orphans : — 

Marguerite, aged 18 years ; 

Anne, aged 15 years ; 

Marie, aged 9 years ; 

Charles Bourd, aged 14 years ; 

Simon Poirier, aged 8 years. 

In live stock they own two oxen, one cow, two pigs, three geese, six fowls, and a 
bateau. 

The land on which they are settled was marked out for them by M. de Villejoint. 
They have made a clearing for a garden. 

Jean Bte. Bouteau, of Port Toulouse, native of la Cadie, aged 27 years. Married 
to Jeanne Qu^ry, native of Port Royal, aged 23. They have been in the country for 
18 months and have been granted rations for two years. 

They have Margueritte, their daughter, aged 8 months, and Anne Cl^menceau, 
aged 7 years. 

One ox forms their whole stock. 

The land which they have improved was given them by M. de Villejoint. 

They have cleared about two arpents to make a mesulow and a garden ; for as 
regards grain not only is the nature of the soil unsuitable for its growth but the fogs 
that prevail in the spring prevent it from being productive. 

Andr^ Temple, native of the parish of Menibec (?) bishopric of Avranches, aged 24 
years. Married to Marie Devot, native of la Cadie, aged 22 yeara They have been 
three years in the colony, and have received rations during that period. 

lliey have Margueritte, their daughter, aged three months. 

The land they occupy was marked out for them by M. de Villejoint. They have 
made a clearing for a garden, and another of about four arpents in extent for a meadow. 

Marie Quiry, native of la Cadie, aged 55 years, widow of Pierre Devot. 

She has Pierre, her son, aged }8 years, and Anne, aged 13 years. 

In live stock, one ox, one cow and calf, one sow, ten fowls, three geese. 

She is in the country since the month of August last, and she lives in the house of 
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Charles Poiiier, native of la Cadie, aged 30. Married to Margueritte Vigneau, 
native of Port Toulouse, aged 25 years. They have been in the country 18 months, 
and have been granted rations for three years. 

They have Charles, their son, aged 18 months. 

In live stock they have one sow and ten fowls. 

The homestead on which they are settled is owned by a man named Langlois, a 
settler in the Isles Madame. When they came there he promised to give them the 
freehold, but on seeing that they had improved the property and built a house on it, he 
declined to fulfil his promise and demanded the sum of 100 ^us in settlement. 

Joseph lie Blanc, native of la Cadie, aged 55 years. Married to Anne Bourg, 
native of Des Mines, aged 53 years. They have been in the colony thr^ years, and 
have received rations during that time. 

They have two sons and one daughter : — 

Alexandre, aged 20 years ; 

Paul, aged 1 7 years ; 

Anne, aged 10 years ; 

Joseph Le Blanc, aged 6 years, their nephew. 

Anne Alain, aged 18 years, native of la Cadie. 

Marie Joseph Alain, aged 15 years, their nieces. 

Alexandre Bourg, her father, a native of la Cadie, agod 84 years, lives with them. 

In live stock they have twenty-five cattle, ten fowls, and one skifEl 

The dwelling in which they are belongs to Joseph Dugas, their son-in-law. He 
allows them to occupy it until such time as they are given land.' 

OLD SETTLERS IN LA BRIQUBRIB. 

Honor^ Pr^jean, coaster, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years. Married to Marie 
Brossard, native of Port Royal, aged 30 years. 

They have five sons and three daughters : — 

Foelix, aged 11 years; 

Ciprien, aged 5 years ; 

Julien, aged 2 years ; 

Two sons, each aged two and a half months, not yet named ; 

Marie Anne, aged 9 years ; 

Felicity, aged 7 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 2 years. 

Thomas Nolen, aged 27 years, native of Ireland, in the capacity of a domestic. 

In live stock, one ox, three fowls, one bateau. He is in the colony since 1732. 

The land on which Sr. Honore Prejean has built was sold to him by Charles 
B4oudrot He has done no clearing. 

Margueritte Dugas, widow of the late Joseph Boudrot, native of Port Royal, aged 
46 years. 

She has two sons and one daughter : — 

Louison, aged 19 years; 

Charles Boudrot, aged 14 years; 

Margueritte, aged 1 6 years ; 

Joseph Boudrot, coaster, her son, native of Port Toulouse, aged 30 years. Married 
to Judict Foug^re, native of said place, aged 19 years. 

They have Jeanne, their daughter, aged 4 months. 

Pierre Boudrot, coaster, native of the said place, aged 25 years. Married to 
Josette Dugas, native of petit Saint Pierre, aged 19 years. 

They have two cows, two calves, and eight fowls. 

The land on which they are located was given them verbally by Messrs. de Saint- 
Ovide, and Le Normand, and is situate on the coast of Saint Pierre. They have made 
a clearing for a garden, and the rest of the place is pasture land. Their meadows are 
on the Barachois a Descents on the lands of the Isles Madame. 

They could cut one hundred quintals of hay, if only it could be well saved, but 
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The lands were granted to them by the late Monsieur La Valli^e, Commandant 
at Port Toulouse. 

We left Port Toulouse on the twentieth of February and arrived at the riviere a 
Bourgeois at six o'clock in the evening of the same day. 

The riviere ^ Bourgeois empties its waters in the little channel a league and a half 
from Port Toulouse. It takes its source in a large basin situated a quarter of a 
league from its mouth in the northern part of Isle Hoyale. It lies east and west, 
and is estimated as being a half league in length. The breadth of the river is unequal 
but its average width is estimated at 1 50 toises. Its entrance lies north and south. 
At high tide there are 1 5 to 1 6 feet of water in the river throughout its whol^ course 
of a quarter of a league in extent, whilst over the whole area of the basin already men- 
tioned the depth varies from three to five feet. Vessels of 100 tons burden can enter 
and load with the cordwood and dimension timber, which is cut by the settlers of Port 
Toulouse during the winter. All the shores of the basin as well as the lands in the 
interior are covered with hard wood. 

On February the 21st we left riviere a Bourgeois, and reached thf^ creek k Descoust, 
situated in the lands of the Isles Madame the same day. 

On leaving the basin of the riviere k Bourgeois one has to make a portage of about 
a quarter of a league. It is covered with fir and leads to the largo creek. 

This large creek would form part of the little channel, if there were not two 
islands, close to one another, lying in a line with the lands north of the said channel, 
and causing a break in the connection. The two entrances to the said creek lie at the 
two extremities of these islands. The eastern entrance is the most used ; it lies north 
and south. Vessels of 100 tons burden can make the passage, and find anchorage in 
from three to nine fathoms of water in any part of the creek. 

The entrance to the west can only be used by vessels drawing six or seven feet of 
wat^, and at high tide. It lies north-east and south-west. The length of this creek 
is estimated at three quarters of a league. It runs east and west, with a breadth of a 
quarter of a league, towards the northern lands. All the banks are wooded with fir, 
but to compensate for this, a quarter of a league inland from the creek there is nothing 
bat hard timber. We next traversed the little channel above the Isle Brulee, at which 
place there may be 150 toises of land. 

Thb Isles Madame A^d Their Small Channel. 

Isles Madame lie to the south-south west of Port Toulouse, and are separated 
from the lands of He Royale by the little channel. Isle Madame is estimated to be 
three leagues in length, by one league in breadth. Lengthwise it lies east and west, 
as does the channel, whilst its breadth lies north and south. The nature of the soil is 
not suitable for cultivation, as in addition to the fact that fogs are constantly prevalent 
during the whole of spring, the quality of the soil can only be described as a mixture of 
earth largely composed of clay, and an infiuite number of rough stones heaped one 
upon the top of another. The land in the interior is wooded in places with beech-wood 
and the wild cherry tree, the remainder being covered with spruce and fir. The settlers 
on this island follow various callings, in order to secure a livelihood. 

Those who arc not engaged in the cod fisheries, are employed in navia;ation during 
the summer, whilst in the winter they make cord wood, which they sell at 9 livres a 
cord, delivered at the coast, whilst as a general rule all the settlers endeavour to add 
to their earnings by finding keep for a few head of cattle. The whole coast is practic- 
able for small vessels, and a landing can be very easily effected at almost any point. 

Census op Old Settlers. 

Census of the old settlers who are located on the north coast of the Isles Madame 
onlj. 

Pierre Bernard, coaster, native of St. Malo, aged 66 ; married to Cecille Longue 
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They have eight children, four sons and four daughters : — 

Fran^ob, aged 22 years. 

Nicolas, aged 18 years ; 

Charles, aged 8 years ; 

Isaac, aged 4 years ; 

Anne, aged 24 years ; 

Genevieve, aged 17 years ; 

Fran^oise, aged 15 years ; 

Froisille, aged 10 years. 

In live stock they own one ox, two cows, two pigs and four fowls. 

The land on which he has been located since 1720 was granted to him verbally by 
Messieurs de St. Ovide and Le Normand. 

He has done a large amount of clearing and there is a fair amount of improved 
land. Sr. Pierre Bernard has made several attempts to grow wheat, but though it 
has always come up well, it hab not ripened. 

Jean Bernard, coaster, native of this place, aged 30 years ; married to Catherine 
Langlois, native of Isles Madame, aged 28 years. 

They have Madeleine Bernard, their daughter, aged 16 months, and a man named 
Pancros, aged 20 years, a native of Dieppe, who follows the fishery at Petit 
Degra, during the summer. 

They own one ox, one cow and six fowls. 

Fran<^ois Langlois, a settler in the colony for 30 years, native of Paris, aged 42 
years. Married to Madeleine Coumeau, native of Port Royal, aged 65 years. 

They have one son, Joseph, born in this place, aged 18 years. 

They own a skiff, two cows, thiee calves, and two fowls. 

The land on which he is settled was given to him verbally by Messrs. Saint Ovide 
and Le Normand. All the clearing he has made is contained in two gardens, but 
he also has a large piece of cleared ground which serves as a meadow. 

Pierre Poujet, coaster, native of Port Royal, aged 40 ye^rs ; Married to Madeleine 
Langlois, native of la Cadie, aged 30 years. 

They have three sons and two daughters : — 

Pierre, aged 9 years. 

Jean, aged 7 years ; 

Francois, aged 2 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 14 years. 

The youngest is not yet named. She is three weeks old. 

They are settled on land owned by Langlois, pere. They have made a clearing of 
about a quarter of an arpent in extent for a garden. 

In Jive stock they own, four cows, three calves, one ox, one pig, and three fowls. 
Fran9ois Josse, coaster, native of St. Glam, bishopric of Dolle, aged 56 years. Married 
to Marie Langlois, aged 48 years, native of Port Royal. 

They have five sons and two daughters: — 

Pierre, aged 23 year?. 

Mathieu, aged 17 years ; 

Guillaume, aged 13 years ; 

Gabriel, aged 11 years ; 

Jean, aged 6 years ; 

Joseph, aged 22 years ; 

Aimable, aged 8 years. 

In live stock they own, three cows, one calf, and three fowls. 

The land on which he is settled was given him verbally by the authorities. The 
quality of the soil renders it unsuitable for cultivation, and the most they can do is, 
' using a large amount of manure, to raise a little garden produce. 

Mathurin Joseph, fisherman, native of Plangrenoy, bishopric of St. Brieux, aged 
'ears, of which he has spent 23 in the colony. Married to Marie Gourde, native of 
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They have three daughters : — 

Louise, aged 11 years; 

Elenne, aged 10 years ; 

Cecille, aged 2 years. 

All natives of the Isles Madame. 

He has no land and is obliged to rent. 

Francis Joese, coaster, native of Port Toulouse, aged 26 years, Married to Marie 
Margneritte Tardif, native of Louisbourg, aged 22 years. 

They have one daughter, Jeanne, aged one year. 

They own a cow, and a bateau. 

The land he occupies was given to him verbally by the authorities. He has cleared 
about an arpent of land to make a garden. 

Francois Langlois, fisherman, native of Port Royale, aged 44 years. Married to 
Heoriette Bernard, native of the place, aged 33 years. 

They have one daughter, Henriette, aged 1 4 months. 

They own two cows, a calf, and three fowls. 

Their house is built on land owned by Langlois' father. They have cleared land to 
make a garden. 

NiooUa Langlois, fisherman, native "of Port Toulouse, aged 29 years. Married 
to IsabeL'e Pouchet, native of Port Royal, age 27 years. 

They have one son Nicolas, aged 2 years. 

They own two cows ; three calves, an ox, a pig, and four fowls. 

Hieir house is built on land owned by Langlois' father. 

Jean Bouget, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 28 years. Married to Mar- 
foeritte Langlois, native of Port Royal, aged 31 years. 

They have one son, Francois aged one year. 

In stock they own, four cows, three calves, two pigs, and four fowls. 

Their land is the same as that of their father Langlois. Monsieur de Yillejoint 
baa given them a meadow situated on the river k Dumolin at the little channel. It is 
^ery extensive and they carry sufficient hay from it to keep 24 head of cattle. 

All the above named settlers have been a long time in the colony, and have had 
rations granted them for two years only. 

Census of New Sbttlbbs. 
Census of the new settlers, refugees from la Cadie, on the Isles Madame. 

Namely : — 

Heme Lambert, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 65 years, married to Marie 
longue £p6e, aged 54 years, native of Cobeyt. They have been three years in the 
ct>iony, and have been granted rations for that time. 

They have two sons and two daughters : — 

Fran9ois, aged 21 years ; 

Ambroise, aged 19 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 15 years ; 

Isabelle, aged 14 years. 

And Olivier Lambert, ploughman, native of la Cadie, married to Marie Anne 
Kchot, native of Petit Degra, aged 17 years. 

The land they occupy was located for them by Monsieur de Villejoint. 

They have made a clearing, by cutting as much cord- wood as they possibly could 
^ioog the shore, choosing to work on that part of the land, where they could make a 
lining by cutting cordwood, as the nature of the soil makes no return for cultivation. 

ClaQ<te Giroir, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 55 years, married to Madeleine 
Vmcent, native of Port Royal, aged 44 years. 

They have five sons and three daughters : 

Joseph, aged 23 years ; 

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Bazille, aged 1 1 years ; 

Antoine, aged 8 years ; 

Margueritte, agcni 21 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 16 years ; 

Prockie, aged 5 years. 

They have been in the colony three years, and have been granted rations for that 
period. 

In live stock they own, three oxen, two cows, one calf, one pig, and five fowls. 

They are settled on leuid that was chosen for them by Monsieur de Yillejoint, but 
have found that the nature of the soil would not repay cultivation. 

They cleared ground, and made a garden, sowing cabbage and turnip seed, but 
though they used a prodigious quantity of manure, the seed did not come up very well. 

Jean Daniqua. fisherman, native of Grave, bishopric of Coutances, aged 40 years. 
Married to Marie Sire, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years. 

They have two daughters. 

Marie, aged 2 years ; 

Roze, aged 14 months. 

He has no homestead, and no house built except in the bush. He has been in the 
colony since the month of August last. He has been granted rations for one year. 

Jean Ooumeau, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 37 years. He is a widower. 

He has five children, three sons and two daughters : — 

Jean, aged 16 years ; 

David, aged 7 years ; 

Charles, aged 4 years ; 

Margueriite, aged 14 years ; 

Isabelle, aged 1 1 years ; 

He has two cows. 

He has been three years in the colony and has been granted rations for ^at period. 

He is settled on land located for him by Monsieur de Yillejoint. He only took 
possession last autumn and made neither clearing nor improvement 

Pierre Gedry (Guedry) ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 28 years ; married to 
Haniez Hiel (Friel), native of la Cadie, aged 27 years. 

They have children :^- 

Simon, aged 5 years ; 

Charles, aged 7 months ; 

Marie, aged 7 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 3 years ; 

Philippe Turpin, their niece, aged 10 years. 

They are in the colony since the month of August last, and have been granted 
rations for one year. 

Pierre Friel, native of la Cadie, aged 74 years, married to Catherine Bourg, native 
of la Cadie, aged 68 years. 

They live with Guedry their son-in-law. 

They have one ox and two cows. 

The land they occupy is situated on the Isle k Descoust It was chosen for them 
by Monsieur de Yillejoint. They have done no clearing. 

Etienne Hamet, ploughman, native of Saint-Jean, bishopric of Coutances, aged 
66 years. Married to Margueritte Benoist, native of la Cadie, aged 56 years. They 
have been in the colony two years and have been granted rations for a term of three 
years. 

He has a cow and calf and three fowls. 

The land he occupies is situated on the little creek. He is there by permission of 
Monsieur de Yillejoint and has done a little clearing, sufficient for a garden. 

Jean Baptiste Forin, ploughman, native of Des Mines, aged 30 years. Married to 
Marie Madeleine Le Blanc, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years. 

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OliTier Le Blanc Forin, aged 6 years ; 

Etienne, aged 1 year ; 

Margneritte Th^odose, aged 5 years. 

They have been in the country two years, and have been granted rations for three. 

His land is situated on the little creek. He has cleared ground for a garden. 

Jacques Barican, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 47 years.} {Married to Marie 
Turpin, native of Des Mines, aged 43 years. 

They have three sens and six daughters : — 

Jean, aged 20 years ; 

Pierre, aged 18 years ; 

Sifroy, aged 16 years; 

Marie Joseph, aged 22 years ; 

Margneritte, aged 14 years ; 

Marie, aged 12 years ; 

Pr^okie, aged 7 years ; 

UreuUe, aged 4 years ; 

Roealie, aged 2 years ; 

Margneritte Turpin, aged 7 years, her niece. 

They are in the colony since the 16th of last July, and have been granted rations 
for one year. 

Monsieur de Villejoint settled them on land at the Pointe k Jacob. Since that 
tiine they have built, and have cleared an arpent of land for a garden. 

They have a horse and four fowls. 

Charles Doiron, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 33 years. Married to Marie 
Madeleine Tibouday, native of Port Royal, aged 35 years. 

They have four sons and three daughters : — 

Bapdste, aged 10 years ; 

Zacharie Aimable, aged 8 years : 

Joseph Marry, aged 6 years ; 

Charles, aged 6 years ; « 

Marie, aged 12 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 4 years ; 

Marie Anne, aged 6 months. 

He has been in the colony three years with all his family, and he has only a house 
built in the wood and two fowls. 

Eostache Le Jeune, coaster, native of la. Cadie, aged 37 years. Married to Marie 
Anne Beriaude, native of Port Royal, aged 25 years. 

The children they have are : — 

Agatte, aged 4 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 17 months. 

They have six fowls. 

They have been three years in the colony, and have received rations for that time. 

The land on which he is settled was located for him by Monsieur de Villejoint. It 
ii litoated on the Point k Jacob. He has made a small clearing for a garden. 

Throughout this account it is made very clear that if the settlers are obliged to 
dear the land and are prohibited from fishing or embarking on vessels engaged in the 
ootsting trade, it is certain that they will not be able to make a living. 

We left the creek k Descoust on the 23rd of February, and, following the shore, 
vrived at Petit Degrat the same day. 

The distance from the creek k Descoust, l3ring on the open coast directly opposite to 
Pent Toulouse, to the Cap k la Ronde, is estimated at a quarter of a league. Through 
this distance the coast rises so abruptly from the open sea, and reefs and shoals are 
n Qomerons that it is difficult to tell how to land. The Cap a la Ronde and the 
(^ au Gros N^ form the entrance to the Great Creek du Petit Degrat. They lie about 
* league apart * * The entrance to this creek ♦ * and it runs a league inland. 

It makefi a wide bend at the further end, where 200 toises from land, vessels can 
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between the east north-east and south-east. With regard to other winds, they blow off 
shore and in the heavy autumnal gales that prevail here vessels would certainly not be 
safe. So commodious is this creek that the English, when they were in possession of the 
country, took vessels of three hundred tons burden there to load with cord wood. 

In the centre are three islands lying together, and visible at any state of the tide. 
Small vessels can shelter here from the east, north-east and south-east winds. A. shoal 
lies between these islands and the land. There is a channel between this shoal and the 
islands, and another between the shoal and the land, one on either side of the reef. 
At the entrance at an estimated distance of a quarter of a lee^e from Cap a la Ronde, 
there lies a shoal which can be left either to starboard or larboard on entering, a 
channel lies between t his shoal and the Cap a la Ronde. Throughout the whole of the 
district, to the west-north-west, to the north, and to the north-east there is nothing Lut 
hard timber, and throughout the remainder is poor fir. 

The said creek lies only a quarter of a league distant from the Petit Degrat. Be- 
fore the war the waters of these two places met by means of a channel which has been 
filled, but at the entrance only, by a surge of the sea. Vessels carrying five or six cords 
of wood, or other cargo formerly passed there loaded. 

The local fishermen found this channel a great convenience, in taking their boais 
laden with supplies to Louisbourg. Once out of the great creek they found them- 
selves crossing the Barachois de I'Ardoise, instead of being obliged, as they are to-day, 
to leave by the entrance to the harbour of Petit Degrat, to double the Cap Gros Ne 
which projects far into the sea, and then go four or five leagues out(»ide to make 
TArdoise. 

The passage to the point of crossing the harbour of TArdoise ; by way of the 
channel referred to, could be made in an hour, whilst in doubling the Cap du Gros N^, 
the fishermen are not sure of doing it in 24 hours and if they meet contrary winds they 
have to be driven ashore rather than run the risk of being driven ten or fifteen leagues 
out to sea. 

It would be a convenience to the fishermen if they were able to take their boats in 
and out of the harbour of Petit Degrat,* no matter what wind was blowing at the time. 

It is estimated that the channel could be made as practicable for navigation as it 
was before for an outlay of not more than 300 livres, a small amount in comparison 
with the benefit to be derived. One is also led to believe that this creek could be used 
by fishing vessels. This would be a great benefit because fishin^; is not carried on in 
the autumn, which is the season of the gales. 

Some superb Ijeaches for drying cod-fish lie at the further end of this creek on the 
edge of the plain. 

PETIT DEGRAT. 

Petit Degrat is suitable only for the cod-fishery. None of the people who are 
settled there have any other occupation. Fish are very abundant and none finer are 
found at He Koyale. This place lies on the south-east coast of the Isles Madame, 
opposite to the port of Canceau. 

It is calculated that it lies about south-south-west and north-north-east, and that 
the distance between the two harbours is three leagues. 

Petit Degrat harbour is formed by the Pointe k la Riviere, lying to the north- 
west of the harbour, and by the Cap de Fer Ijing to the south east. It is calcu- 
lated that the entrance is an eighth of a league in breadth, that it lies north-east 
and south west, and that the harbour runs half a league inland to the south east, 
preserving the same breadth, or thereabouts. 

A shallow at the entrance lies about a hundred toises from, and opposite to Cap 
de Fer. It is left to starboard on entering, and after entering, the land is coasted in 
taking the channel that passes this reef. The channel to larboard is very difficult to 
navigate even at low tide. The bottom is composed of nothing but impracticable 
rocks. 

The harbour is practicable only to vessels of less than 150 tons burden. Vesseb 
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feet of water in the channel at high tide, but when one has gained the harbour, he 
ctn anchor his ships in the creek aux Navires, in four to five fathoms of water. 
This creek runs inland for a short distance. 

The lands in the neighbourhood of the Petit Degrat are of a nature unsuitable 
for cultivation. They are composed of rocky bluffs, with spongy soil covered with a 
foot and a half of peat on the surface. 

General Census 

General census of men, women, boys, girls, live stock, schooners, bateaux, and 
boats of the Petit Degrat. 

Namely : — 

Nicolas Rcard, fisherman, native of the parish of Serance, bishopric of Cou- 
unces, aged 52, married to Marie Anne Pichaud, widow of the late Jean Embourg, 
native of Plaisance, aged 46 years. 

She has by her first marriage, six sons and one daughter : — 

Foelix d'Embourg, aged 19 years; 

Jean, aged 17 years ; 

Jean Pierre, aged 16 years ; 

Francois, aged 14 years ; • 

Martin, aged 12 years ; 

Gerome, aged 8 years ; 

Isabel le, aged 4 years. 

Le Sr. Nicolas Ecard has four men engaged for the next fishery season. 

Jean Daribot, native of Bayonne, aged 42 years. 

Martin Detcheverry, aged 40 years, native of St. Jean de Luz. 

Joannis Dorebida, native of St Jean de Luz, aged 25 years. 

Bernard Le Basque, native of Bayonne, aged 36 years. 

Le Sieur Ecard owns the following live stock : two oxen, two cows, three heifers, 
one pig, six hens, with their rooster, and two boats. 

The homestead on which he is settled was granted to the late Jean Embourg in 
1722 by Monsieur de Rouville then commandant at Port Toulouse, without however, the 
quantity of land he could enter upon, being determined. 

Margaret Rambourg, widow of the late Emanuel, native of the place, aged 29 years. 

She has one daughter, Marie Joseph, aged 1 4 years. 

Her land lies at the further end of the great creek,, and she has ground for two 
gardens cleared, but she does not cultivate them, as she has become dumb and is in her 
second childhood. She and her child live with her mother. 

Nicolas Le Borgne, fisherman, native of Dieppe, aged 36 years, married to Marie 
Darembourg, native of Petit Degra. 

They have two children : — 

Michel Le Borgne, aged 3 years ; 

Marie Anne, aged 14 months ; 

Gerome Darembourg, aged 10 years ; 

Fran^oise Emanuel, his niece, aged 8 years. 

Three men for the fishery : — 

Joannis Detcheverry, native of Dagitery, bishopric of Bayonne, aged 19 years. 

Dominique La Reide, native of Bearix, bishopric of Bayonne, aged 36 years. 

Joaonis Detcheverry, native of Aquitary, bishopric of Bayonne, nged 58 years, 
la live stock, they own one bull, three cowd, seven fowls and one boat. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs 
De&herbiers and Prevost in 1749. Upon it are platforms, beach and scaffoldings for 
drying the fish from two boats. 

Jean La Fargue, the elder, fisherman, native of St. Jean de Luz, aged 70 years. 
Married to Marie Anne Osselette, native of Plaisance, aged 58 years. They have one 
son and three daughters : — 
Jean, aged 22 years ; 



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Oecile, aged 20 years ; 

Charlotte, aged 16 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 14 years. 

Live stock ; three cows, nine fowls, and two boats. 

His land, which he has improved, was only granted to him verbally by Messieurs 
Desberbiers and Provost. He has on it a platform, beach and scaffolding for drying 
the fish from the two boats. 

Marc Vilalong, fisherman, native of Trebeda, bishopric of Dol, aged 47 years; 
married to Marie Jeanne Osselette, native of Plaisance, aged 38 years. . 

They have six daughters : — 

Marie Jeanne, aged 20 years ; 

Cecile, aged 18 years; 

Marie Anne, aged 16 years ; 

Marie, aged 14 years ; 

Margueritte, agei 10 years ; 

Madeleine, a^ed 3 years." ^ 

They haye three fowls and a boat. 

The land they occupy was given to them verbally by Messieurs de St. Ovide and 
* Le Normand in 1732. They have on it platforms, scaffoldings and beach for drying fisb 
from two boats. 

Mathurin Picard, fisherman, native of Pl^h^ret, bishopric of St. Brieux, aged 35 
years ; married to Ang^lique Romain, native of St. Esprit, aged 21 years. 

They have four men hired for the next fishing season. 

Jean Desroches, native of Caret, bishopric of Avranches, aged 34 years. 

Jean Dupont, native of Vins, bishopric of Avranches, aged 31 years. 

Pierre Nourry, aged 21 years, native of Vins. 

Etienne Barbudeau, native of Saint Esprit, aged 16 years. 

One boat, three fowls. 

The place he occupies was sold to him and another man named Jean Valois, by 
Pierre Brisson for the sum of 150 livres. There are upon it platforms, beach and 
scaffolding for drying the fish of two boats, whilst the extent of the concession granted 
to them is for four. 

Jean Baloy, fisherman, native of Mourviron, bishopric of Avranches, aged 50 
yeArs. Married to Margueritte Beaument, native of Grandeville, aged 26 years. 

They have one daughter, Margueritte Baloy, aged 16 months. 

Robert Guitton, hative of Rennes, aged 17 years. 

Allain Reou, native of Quimper Bossever, bishopric of Tr^gnier, aged 2 (?) years. 

He has two boats, and three fowls. 

His dwelling is adjoining that of Mathurin Picard. 

Census 

Census of the fishermen of Petit Degrat, who have no t^ouse built at the fishery. 

Namely : — 

Antoine Vilalong, fisherman, native of this place, aged 20 years. Married to 
Genevieve Darambourg, native of Petit Degra, aged 22 years. They have no dwelling 
here, but only a house built in the woods. 

Etienne Saux, fisherman, native of Plaisance, aged 41 years. Married to Marie 
Anne La Fargue, aged 33 years, native of the place. 

They have one son and four daughters ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 14 months, 

Angelique, aged 12 years ; 

Marie, aged 11 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 8 years ; ^ 

Charlotte, aged 3 years ; 

He has been in the colony for 30 years. 

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Lonis Baux, fisherman, native of Saint Esprit, aged 24 years. Married to Marie 
Jeume Lafargue, aged 27 years, native of the place. * 

They have one son, Etienne Saux, aged 18 months. 

Jean Mar^chal, fisherman, native of Carot, bishopric of Avranches. Married to 
Mirgueritte Doiron, native of la Cadie, aged 23 yeara 

They have no dwelling at the fishery. He has been in the country twenty years. 
He has a schooner which he uses to follow his calling. 

r^Fran9oi8 Cardet, fisherman, native of Kui, bishopric of Vannes, aged 55 years. 
Married to Marie Pitre, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years. 

They have Pierre Cardet aged 4 years, and Marie Anne Cardet, aged 2 years, their 
children. 

He has been 35 years in the colony. 

Jean Daguerre, fisherman, native of St. Jean de Luz, bishopric of Bayonne, aged 
24 jears. Married to Marie Decheverry, native of Port Toulouse, aged 22 years. 

They have one son Jean Daguerre, aged 4 months. 

Jean Majet, fisherman, native of Plaisance, aged 35 years. Married to Claire 
Langlois, native of the Isles Madame, aged 47 years. 

They have four sons and one daughter : — 

Jean Marie, aged 12 years ; 

Jean Pierre, aged 8 years ; 

Francois, aged 6 years ; 

The fourth is not yet named. 

Marie, aged 3 years. 

They own one ox, one cow, and four fowls. 

They have built a house oh the Barachois a Yilledieu. 

Pierre Giroir, fisherman, native of la Cadie, aged 24 years. Married to Cecil le 
Detcheverry, native of the Isles Madame, aged 20 years. 

They have one child, which is not yet named, and Madeleine Detcheverry, her 
sister, native of Port Toulouse, aged 17 years. 

They have built their house in the woods. 

They own two fowls. 

NoTB. There is more than sufficient land around the harbour of Petit Degrat for 
the accommodation of all these settlers, who have no houses on the fishery, if once the 
boQudary linett of the lands of those who have dwellings are defined in conformity to 
their letters of concession, and le Sieur Hiriart is once forced to make restitution of all 
tkoae concessions, which he has appropriated on his own private authority. It can be 
most truthfully affirmed that le Sieur Hiriart, solely and also in common with his 
partner, holds possession of one half of the harbour, and of two thirds of the remaining 
half, and it is anticipated, unless the authorities take the matter in hand, that these 
tiro men will expel all the settlers one after the other, or contrive to enslave them, as 
vin be shown in the proper place, when the truth of what is here stated will be duly 
oianifested. 

Jolien Rabageois, fisherman, native of Vignac, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 24 
jean. Married to Marie Lambert, native of la Cadie, aged 22 years. 

They have neither dwelling house nor live stock. 

Iiabelle Toulon, native of Plaisance, aged 36 years, widow of Heme Pichot. 

She has Fran9ois Pichot, her son, aged 14 years. 

She owns, jointly with Madame Qerard, a dwelling situate on the line dividing 
their lands. Le Sieur Heme Pichot obtained a grant in form from M. de St. Ovide, 
•od from M. de Soubras, of a parcel of land having a frontage on the sea-shore of forty 
toisea, and a depth of sixty toises. 

She has only three fowls. 

NON-RBSIDBNT FiSHERMBN. 

Census of the fishermen engaged in the cod-fishery at Petit Degra, but who are 
not domiciled there. 
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Le Sr. Pierre D'Aroupet, partner of the Sr. Jean Hiriart, native of St Jean de 
Luz, aged 50 years. 

He has in his employ 37 fishermen : — 

Martin Bourbide, native of St Jean de Laz, aged 23 years ; 

Pierre Davidard, native of St Jean de Las, aged 33 years ; 

Pierre Lariard, native of St Jean de Luz, aged 28 years ; 

Joannis Courticou, native of St. Jean «le Luz, aged 35 years ; 

Behy Darenesguy, native of the same place, aged 24 years ; 

Barcin Decelot, native of the same place, aged 23 years ; 

Adam de Seilaonna, native of the same place, aged 23 years ; 

Christonalle Detourbide, native of the same place, aged 21 years ; 

Jean Detourbide, native of the same place, aged 18 years; 

Sabat Decheverry, native of the same place, aged 26 years ; 

Fran9oi8 Tertel, native of the same place, aged 40 years ; 

Jean Dominique, native of the same place, aged 40 years ; 

Christory Finade, native of the same place, aged 20 years ; 

Pierre La Serre, native of the same place, aged 22years ; 

Joannis Labonne, native of the same place, aged 25 years ; 

Martin Paroste, natite of the same, aged 24 years ; 

Joannis Degoyet, native of the same place, aged 20 years ; 

Martin Detouriac, native of the same place, aged 26 years ; 

Martin Yvarin, native of the same place, aged 25 years ; 

Maugon Designac, native of St Jean dt5 Luz, aged 56 years ; 

Jean Darot, native of the dependency of St Jean de Luz, aged 50,''year8 ; 

Christophe Dafavora, native of the same place, aged 32 years ; 

Pierre Capendia, native of the same place, aged 50 years ; 

Pierre Detchevery, native of the same place, aged 31 years ; 

Raimond Dalancet, native of the same place, aged 33 years ; 

Pierre Laray, native of the same place, aged 28 years ; 

Jean Hi very, native of the same place, aged 22 years ; 

Bertrand Douzinague, native of Ridard, aged 27 years ; 

Joannis Sindide, native of St. Jean de Luz, aged 25 years ; 

Martin Mouleret, native of the dependency of St. Jean de Luz, aged 24 years ; 

Thomas Lignognier, native of the same place, aged 28 years ; 

Michel Degoiry, native of the same place, aged 28 years ; 

Jean Decheverry, native of the same place, aged 20 years ; 

Bernard Dechevery, native of the same place, aged 20 years ; 

Baptiste Decheverry, native of St Jean de Luz, aged 23 years ; 

Sebastien de Sens, native of the dependency of St Jean de Luz, aged,'18 years ; 

Joannis Decort, native of the same place, aged 1 5 years. 

SIX THIBTT-SIX MONTHS MBN. 

Namely : — 

Martin Clavi^re, native of Bayonne, aged 33 years ; 

Bernard Casteck, native of Agens, ag^ 1 8 years ; 

Ballerie La Guerre, native of St. Jean de Luz, aged 30 years ; 

David de Choun, native of the same place, aged 22 years ; 

Eti^nne Darouspet, native of the same place, aged 18 years ; 

Joannis Darouspet, native of the same place, aged 1 3 years ; 

Ten boats and one schooner. 

With Sr. Larcher, Merchant, in this colony, there are 39 men*; 

Joannis Daguerre, native of the dependency of St. Jean de Luz, aged^52 years ; 

Jean de Castillan, native of the dependency of St Jean Luz, aged 52 yea^s ; 

Jean Yvarin, native of the same place, aged 49 years ; 

Bernard Subiet, native of the same place, aged 38 years ; 

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Etieane de Vivaren, native of the same place, aged 30 years ; 

Joannis Larscabat, native of the same place, ageid 40 years ; 

Jean Pentiea, native of the same place, aged 30 years ; 

Pierre La Serre, native of the same place, aged 30 years; 

Martin Decheverry, native of the same place, aged 28 years ; 

Erimont Oascamond, na^ve of the same place, aged 38 years ; 

Lorent Baschez, native of the same place, aged 20 years ; 

Michel Dechard, native of the same place, aged 28 years ; 

Joannis Delamart, native of the same place, aged 21 years ; 

Joannis Dharoscenca, native of the same place, aged 43 years ; 

Baptiste Dechec^ native of the same place, aged 30 years ; 

Martin Lefargue, native of the dependency of St. Jean de Luz, aged 19 years ; 

Laurent de Sabat, native of the same place, aged 20 years ; 

Joannis Dechouactis, native of the same place, aged 26 years ; 

Martin de Bardhot, native of the same place, aged 47 years ; 

Bernard Cassabon, native of the same place, aged 32 years ; 

Nicolas Chabas, native of the same place, aged 30 years ; 

Joannis Dolainde, native of the same place, aged 22 years ; 

Joannis Dexonhonine, native of the same place, aged 2,% years ; 

Joannis Doucanard, native of the same place, aged 36 years ; 

Dominique Apostien, native of the same place, aged 22 years ; • 

Jacques Maupeau, native of the same place, aged 20 years ; 

Martin de Jean Sena, native of the same place, aged 16 years ; 

Joannis de Bordox, native of the same place, aged 21 years ; 

David de Fronseda, native of the same place, aged 38 years ; 

Pierre Decheverry, native of the same place, aged 23 years ; 

Joannis Faondo, native of the dependency of St Jean de Luz, aged 31 years ; 

Martin de Sibour, native of the same place, aged 21 years ; 

Etienne Pevertin, native of the same place, aged 25 years ; 

Pierre Cascos, native of the same place, aged 29 years ; 

Jean Laleine, native of the same place, aged 28 years ; 

Pierre Fagonde, native of the same place, aged 18 years ; 

Bernard Doularoy, native of the same place, aged 19 years ; 

Eight boats, one scow, one schooner and one iMiteau. 

The Sieurs Hiriart and D^Aroupet are partners in their cod- fishery business. They 
have token possession on their own authority solely, of four fishing lots to which there 
are hmrs living. 
To wit :— 

First, that of the late Beauregard on which he can dry the fish of ten boats, and on 
which there were, when he took possession, sheds, together with cabins and beaches, for 
tbework. 

That of the late Jacques Roland, dit la Riviere. The late owner had put his land 
in ofder throughout the whole extent of the concession. There is ground sufficient to 
dry the fish of twelve boats. 

That of the late Dudos, and afterwards of the late des Cousces. Le Sr. Larcher, 
pot this oonoeasion into working order, but ever since he did so the Sieurs Hiriart and 
D'Aioapet have sought to quarrel with him, and in order to effect a settlement le Sieur 
Ltreher has paid them 40 quintals of merchantable cod fish, and for the second 50 (remains 
to be pud.) The concession is for four boats. 

Abo that of the late Jean Osselet, who for two years engaged in the fishery on 
tini ooDoession with two boats. The grant is for ground sufficient for drying the fish of 
borboats. 

In addition to these, le Sieur Hiriart owns two other concessions, which are very 
extensive, and of which he has the title deeds. 

The only source from which the settlers can obtain hay for the subsistence of 
their cattle is from Isle Verte, lying a quarter of a league out on the open sea, 
oppoate Cap an Gros Nez. They have no other meadowlands whence they can 

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carry hay. Le Sieur Daroupet, however, some time ago became the principal proprietor 
of Isle Yerte, and claims that no one can go there to make hay without previously 
obtaining his permission. 

We left on the 26th of February and arrived at the harbour of Qrand Nerichac the 
same day. 

In order to travel from the harbour of Petit Degrat to the great harbour of 
Nerichac one enters the bush, the road is estimated as being half a league in length. 
The lands are covered with timber of all kinds. 

The harbour of Qrand Nerichac makes one of the finest ports that there is 
in the country. A survey shows that it is well fitted for those carrying on the cod- 
fishery by means of vessels. 

It is enclosed by the lands of Isles Madame, and an island called Isle de 
Pnnot (Pichot), lying in the open sea. The harbour has two entrances, that to the 
east being the better. This entrance lies north-east and south-west, and is estimated 
to be barely a quarter of a league in breadth. At this entrance to the harbour, 
opposite the island are three reefs which are left to larboard by boats going in. In 
order to pass clear of these reefs, which lie almost in the middle of the entrance, 
boats have to sail close to the land. The second entrance, to the westward liee 
west-north-west and east-wuth-east, and is about half a league in breadth. Only 
vessels from 40 to 50 tons burden can use this entrance. The harbour is of great 
extent, running inland to the north west for a good league. The lands are covered 
with hard wood. 

The harbour of Petit Nerichac is entered as one leaves that of Grand Neri- 
chac. Only small vessels can make the entrance. Its great area is composed of a 
vast number of creeks and barachois, stretching inland, and covered with hard wood. 
Then we hugged the shore as far as Cap Rouge, whence we passed through the little 
channel in order to reach the riviere des Habitants. From the harbour of Petit 
Nerichac to Cap Rouge the distance is estimated at a quarter of a league, and 
from Cap Rouge to riviere aux Habitants is counted as five leagues. From the time 
we left the channel we followed the right bank of the channel until we arrived at 
the great basin of the riviere aux habitants. This river empts itself into the little 
channel of Froncak. The entrance to the basin lies east and west, and has seven 
fathoms of water at low tide. There is not the same depth of water in every part 
of the basin. The area of the basin is one league in length, running east-north- 
east, by a quarter of a league in breadth, and the depth of the water, which is 
more in some places than in others, is estimated as varying from nine to four fathoms. 

There are three reefs in the said basin, lying a quarter of a league to starboard 
outside the riviere aux Habitants, but those entering the river by tacking, do not con- 
sider them at all dangerous. 

The settlers on this river make most of their hay on the shores of this basin. 

The riviere aux Habitants runs about six leagues inland in a direction which is 
about north-north-east by south-south-west, but making a zig-zag course. It is estimated 
that Isle Brul^, which lies in the centre of the basin that forms the riviere aux 
Habitants, is situated half a league from the mouth of the river 

This island is the highest point reached by vessels of sixty to seventy tons burden. 
It cannot be said that they can ascend no higher up the river, but they would not know- 
how to navigate the river above the house of one Guillaume Benoist, and so winding 
and narrow is the channel that one requires to be an experienced pilot to succeed in 
taking a vessel so far up. 

Although throughout the channel there is water to the depth of three or four 
fathoms, yet, on account of the rapids which are estimated to be about a league and a 
quarter above the mouth of the river, sailors would not even know how to take a boat 
higher up the stream than this island. 

On this island le Sr. Guillaume Benoist has constructed an ordinary saw mill. The 
banks on the rest of the river are merely plateaux, where the settlers make hay, and 
which might be turned into fine meadow land, if only the residents would take the 
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which the people make lumber for carpentry purposes, and boards two inches thick, and 
12 to 14 inches wide. The government has no idea of making any outlay, or of induc- 
ing the stjttlers to do so, in clearing the land, so that the residents could grow wheat, 
or rye, or above all buck-wheat, oats or peas but they should be directed to lay out 
meadow lands on the banks of the river, so that they could feed live stock. 

General Census. 

General census of the settlers on the riviere aux Habitants. 

Joseph Landry, carpenter, native of la Cadie, aged 36 years, married to Marie Brau, 
oative of des Mines, aged 35 years. 

They have three daughters: — 

Anne, aged 1 i years ; 

Margueritte, aged 9 years ; 

The third aged three years is not named. 

Alexis le Jeune, aged 18 years his nephew, lives with €hem. 

In live stock they own, two oxen, four cows ; two heifers, a pig, and five fowls. 

He has no dwelling place and for that reason has made no clearing. 

They are in the colony since the 15th of last August, And are granted rations for 
one year. 

Jean Bte. Landry, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 60 years, married to Marie 
fiooherut (Gautrot), native of Pepeguit, aged 59 years. 

They have Jean Daigle, their nephew, aged 20 years, and Margueritte Landry 
their niece, aged 18 years, natives of la Cadie, living with them. 

In live stock they own two oxen, two cows, one bull, one pig, and three fowls. 

They have been in the colony since , and have been granted rations, as 

has Joseph Landry their son. 

Alexis Landry, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 29 years. Married to 
Margueritte Aucoin, native of la Cadie, aged 29 years. 

They have two sons : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 3 years ; 

Joseph, aged 2 years ; 

They have in live stock four oxen, five cows, one calf, two pigs and three fowls. 

They are 18 months in the colony, and have been given rations for one year. 

Jean Bte. Landry, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 39 years. Married to 
Marie Joseph Le Blanc, native of the same place, aged 32 years. 

They have four sons and two daughters : — 

Jean, aged 13 years; 

Jceeph, aged 1 1 years ; 

Charles, aged 9 years ; 

Pierre, aged 4 years ; 

Marie, aged 7 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 2 years ; 

All natives of la Cadie. 

Their live stock consists of three oxen, two cows two pigs and five fowls. 

They have been in the colony eight months, and have been granted rations for 
one year. 

GuiUaume Benoist> builder, and owner of a saw-mill, native of la Cadie, aged 46 
yean. Married to Joseph Benoist, native of the same place, aged 50 years. 

They have four sons and two daughters : — 

Pierre, aged 22 years ; 

Michel, aged 20 years ; 

Boniface, aged 15 years; 

Simon, aged 1 3 years ; 

Jndict, aged 15 years ; 

Genevieve, aged 9 years ; 

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They have been in the colony three years, and have received rations for that 
period. 

They have one ox, three cows, five heifers, one bull, three pigs, and five fowls in. 
live stock. 

This land which they have improved is situated on the right bank of the nvi^re aux 
Habitants, ))ut they will not continue to cultivate it for any length of time on account 
of the serious and frequent inundations of the river, caused by the melting of the snows 
in the springtime. At these times, not only are they prevented from working on the 
land, but they find it almost impossible to prevent the mouth of the river from being 
closed by silt. 

We left the riviere aux Habitants on the 29th of February and returned to Port 
Toulouse that same day. 

On the 10th of March we left Port Toulouse taking the road for the Isle de la 
Sainte FaroiUe, at which point we arrived on the same day. 

The Isle de la Sainte Famille lies on lake Bras d'Or, at an estimated distance of two 
leagues from Port Toulouse, and in 45 degrees north latitude. The island lies north and 
south as regards its length and east and west as regards its breadth, which latter, vary- 
ing in different parts, has been reduced to an average of 300 toises. Whilst the quality 
of the soil does not appear wholly bad, there is no evidence supplied as yet, which could 
justify certain assurance that any crops which might be grown would come to maturity. 
The island is covered with all sorts of timber, but chiefiy beech and wild cherry. There 
has been a settlement on the island, since the date when M. TAbb^ Maillard moved his 
mission to the Indians. 

The Indians do not live on this Islede la Sainte Famille, but they have their village 
on the lands of Grand Isle, opposite the Isle de la Sainte Famille, (the reason of this 
being that the wild dogs devoured all their domestic animals). The arm of the sea that 
separates these two islands isonly a hundred toises wide. The Indians only live here during 
the summer, for there being no means of subsistence for them on the island in the 
winter, they are forced to disperse to fish and hunt in the various rivers existing in the 
district to the west of Bras d'Or and the district in the north of the island. They only 
return to the Isle of Sainte Famille in time for Easter and Whitsuntide when they make 
their religious duty. 

Lo.uis Peti'tpas, interpreter for the Indians, aged 26 years, lives on this island. He 
' is married to Madeline Poujet, native of the said place, aged 23 years. 

Baptiste Roma, native of Trois Rivieres de Tile St Jean, aged 19 years. 
Live stock : one ox, two cows, one horse, two pigs, six ewes and six fowls. 
They have made a clearing of about 36 toises square for a garden where cabbage 
and turnips have come up well, and they have grown several ears of wheat of a quality 
above the ordinary, and well filled, but it is considered that while these ears of wheat 
and the cabbage and turnips have done well on the cleared land where the manure of 
the live stock rotted in during the year, which had produced a hot-bed six inches deep^ 
they have no assurance that unless the same quantity of manure is placed on all land 
where crops are sown they would come up with the same beauty, the same quantity and so 
perfectly matured. 

We left the Isle de la Sainte Famille on the 11th of March and set out for the 
west end of Bras d'Or. We camped in the woods in the evening for the night of the 
11th and 12th, arriving at the further end of Bras d'Or on the 12th. Here we camped 
for the night. The distance from Sainte Famille to the further end of Bras d'Or is 
counted to be 'six leagues. We walked nearly all the way on the ice, but in places on 
the Bras d'Or where the ice had thawed we were obliged to take to the bush, and put on 
our snowshoes in order to get over the snow. All this region of the Bras d'Or is cov- 
ered with hard timber, mixed with a good deal of fir. 

We took the road on the 1 5th day of the month of March, travelling north-north 
west. Whilst traversing the bush we came across a patch of spruce wood half a league 
in extent. The soil did not appear to be of a marshy character. 

Next we came to a growth of begch, but only one of small importance, and in the 
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ple&Ufiil here, bat fir is the most plentiful, in the three-quarters of a league, which we 
tniTersed before reaching the spur of the slope of the first mountain, where there is a 
skeam of some three or four toises in width. We climbed the mountain to its highest 
poiiit 80 a^ to make sure of our way. Its sides though somewhat precipitous ^re not 
snfficientlj so to prevent the construction of a practicable road, bj which loaded 
▼ehides could ascend and descend by making a winding course. The slope is very even 
and covered with hard timber through which a horse could gallop. It is estimated to 
be 400 toises in length at most, and then it rises for half a league forming a declivity so 
geoUe as to be just sufficient to determine the direction in which the water will flow. 
It is covered with all sorts o! timber. 

4th. In the third piece of spruce wood, half a league in extent, the soil appeared to 
be of a very moist character, nevertheless one could not be sure seeing that it was on 
the highest part of the mountain. Imperceptibly descending it led us to a section of 
the mountain which is in all respects impracticable, but turning aside from this point 
aad passing half a league to the west we found a pass through which by making three 
zig-zags a road could be constructed, which could be made more practicable than those 
false roads over which 24 pounders have been taken. The land is covered 
▼ith mixed timber. Having descended the mountain we camped at its foot. The 
▼bole descent may have been an eighth of a league in all. We estimated that we had 
travelled two leagues and two thirds on the road which we had taken and in that dis- 
tance we too*c note of four small streams. 

We resumed our journey on the 14th, in a direction north-west a quarter west. 
In the first two leagues we ascended and descended several mountains which require 
DO special mention. The timber is mixed wood. Next for a good half league we 
descended an almost imperceptible slope until we came to the river aux Habitants. lii 
order to cross this stream we had to cut down a fir tree and use it as a bridge over the 
narrowest part of the nver, whidi we estimated at 30 feet at most, the depth of the 
s^eam is barely 6 or 8 feet 

ttB bed, like that of all the other streams we pa^ssed, is of a nature to lead us to 
conclude that the land in this section of the country \& not swampy, even in the least. 
The bed is composed of red sand and pebbles, the water being extremely clear. The 
lands are known to be sandy. We followed one of the arms of the river for a quarter 
<^ a league, which brought us to tho foot of the Grande Montagne. 

^e ascended this mountain as it lay in our road. The ascent is about a quarter of 
a league, through woods composed o! beech. Owing to the height of this mountain it 
^>pears at first impracticable to build a carriage road across it, but by following a cir- 
edtooa route and taking advantage of the passes between the small hillocks a road could 
certainly be constructed by which all, e^en loaded conveyances might ascend and 
descend. It must be remembered that such a work would entail a great deal of labour. 
We camped on the summit of this mountain. 

On the 15th we resumed our journey travelling northward for a league, after which 
we left the river Judac on our left. Leaving the river we continued on our way always 
Gloving the crest of the mountain, till it dies away gradually as one nears the harbour 
of the Isle aux Justeaucorps. Ttie lands are covered with hardwood. That day we kept 
to the creit of the mountain for one league, being delayed by bad weather, and on the 
16th we resumed our road, keeping north-north-west, and continued keeping to the top 
of the mountain till it sloped down to the harbour of the Isles aux Justeaucorps. We 
calculated that we made a league and a half that day. The lands in this section of the 
country are mostly covered with poor spruce. 

On the two isles lying outside the harbour there are some freestone quarries from 
vhich the stone used in building the subterranean vaults, as well as the gates of the 
King^s bastion, was taken. The stone was also used for the gates of the King's 
botpital, but the builder, must have known how inferior its quality was, since part of 
the stone used in these buildings was brought from France. There is another kind 
of stone found in these islands which is suitable for grinding tools. 

These two islands, situate in the open sea off the mainland, and one of which is 
touching the land, make the harbour a safe one, whilst it is said that a coal mine exists 
on the mainland. 

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After le Sr. LaRoque had completed his work at the harbour and on the coast, we 
re-entered the wood to " tander." "Tander " is to make a hole in the snow in which to 
sleep. 

The I7th ; Ibth ; 19th ; and 20th days of March were spent in returning, and we 
reached Port Toulouse on March 21st., having retraced our road. 

We remained at Port Toulouse during the 22nd., *^3rd and 24th., leaving on the 
25th day of March to proceed to the Pointe la Jeunesse. We slept the night of the 
25th and 26th at the Ihle de la Sainte Famille, and reached Pointe la Jeunesse in the 
in the evening of the 26th. The distance between the Isle de la Sainte Famille and the 
Point la Jeunnesse is estimated at seven leagues ; and this is travelled in the winter on 
the ice, and in the summer by boat. 

The Pointe a la Jeunesse is situate on the narrows of che great lake of Bras d'Or. 
The lands Ho exceedingly high and are covered with all kinds of mixed wood. 

The settlers are unanimous in reporting the ground as unsuitable for cultivation. 
It is freely traversed with rocks, which prevent its being worked. 

GENERAL CENSUS OF THE SETTLERS AT THE POINTE A LA JEUNESSE. 

Jean Benoist, ploughman, native of Port Royal, aged 69 years. Married to Marie 
Meran, native of cap de Sable, aged 67 years. 

They are in the colony eight months and have been granted rations for eighteen 
months. 

Jean Bourg, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 36 years. Married to Fran^oise 
Benoist, aged 31 years, native of Port Royal. 

They have six children, three sons and three daughters : — 

Martin, aged 1 1 years ; 

Joseph, aged 3 years ; 

The last, aged 4 mont hs, is not yet named ; 

Luce Perpi^tue, aged 8 years ; 

Gertrude, aged 5 years ; 

Anne Marie, aged 2 years. 

They have in live stock, one ox, two cows and three pigs. 

Fran<;ois le Blanc, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 38 years. Married to 
Isabelle Dugas, native of la Cadie, aged 31 years. 

They have five children, two sons and three daughters : — 

Joseph, aged 1 1 years ; 

Fran (^o is, aged 2 years ; 

Marie, aged 6 years ; 

Isabelle, aged 4 years ; 

The last, 18 days old, is not yet named. 

They have one ox. 

Charles Hebert, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 45 years. Married to 
Margueritte Dugas, native la Cadie, aged 49 yeai-s. 

They have seven children, three sons and four daughters : — 

Ambroise, aged 22 years ; 

Fran9oi8, aged' 17 years ; 

Olivier, aged 7 years ; 

Anne, aged 19 years ; 

Isabelle, aged 15 years ; 

Luce, aged 10 years ; 

Sixte, aged 5 years ; 

In animals : one cow ; 

Ignace Caret, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 75 years. Married to Grille 
Henry, native of Port Royal, aged 52 years. 

They have eight children, six sons and two daughters : 

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Honors, aged 23 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 18 years ; 

Zenou, aged 16 years : 

Ignace, a;,ed 8 years ; 

Marie, aged 20 years ; 

Anne, aged 12 years; 

In live stock, two oxen, two cows, ten sheep three pigs, four fowls. 

Pierre Bourg, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 25 years, Married to Madeleine 
Hebert, native of la Cadie, aged 24 years. 

They have one child which is not yet named. 

They own two oxen and one cow. 

Anne Bourg, widow of the late Jean Hebert, native of la Cadie, aged 28 years. 

She has two sons and one daughter : — 

Bazille, aged 5 years ; 

Jean Bte. Hebert, aged 2 years ; 

Sarville Hebert, aged 7 years. 

She owns one cow. 

Antoine Henry, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 48 years. Married to Claire 
Hebert, native of la Cadie, aged 48 years. 

They have seven children, four sons and three daughters : — 

Joseph, aged 22 years ; 

Eustache, aged 20 years ; 

Aimable, aged 10 years ; 

Paul, aged 8 years ; 

Isabel le, aged 26 years ; 

Claire, aged 24 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 18 years. 

Joseph Ebert, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 42 years. Married to Cecile, 
Nanson, aged 48 years. 

They have 7 children, three sons and four daughters : — 

Joseph Ebert, aged 1 7 years ; 

Xavier, aged 13 years ; 

Baptiste, aged 7 years ; 

Anne Joseph, aged 17 years ; 

Fran^oise, aged 1 3 years ; 

Marie, aged 1 2 years ; 

Isabel le, aged 8 years. 

In live stock they own, one ox, one cow and two pigs. 

Pierre Brau, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years. Married to Margueritte 
Ouedry, native of la Cadie, aged 24 years. 

They have one daughter, 21 days old, not yet named, and Marie Joseph Brau, his 
sister, native of la Cadie, aged 18 years living with them. ^ 

They own one pig and four fowls. 

Antoine Brau, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 33 years. Married to Cecile 
Bourg, aged 29 years. 

They have four children, one son and three daughters : — 

Blaise, aged 4 years ; 

Angelique, aged 8 years ; 

Cecile, ag^ 6 years ; 

Suzanne, aged 1 year ; 

And in live stock, one ox, two cows, two calves, four pigs and six fowls. 

Jean Bte. Gu^rin, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 33 years. Married to 
Marie Madeleine Bourg native of Beaubassin, aged 32 years. 

They have two sons : — 

Jean Pierre, aged 2 years ; 

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In live stock, they Qwn one cow and two pigs. 

Dominique Gn^rin, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 31 years. Married to 
Anne Le Blanc, native of la Cadie, aged 25 years. 

They have three daughters : — 

Anne Joseph, aged 5 years, 

Nastay, aged 3 years. 

Margueritte, aged 1 year ; 

They have cwo pigs. 

Olive Benoit, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 35 years. Married to Anne Part^ 
native of Louisburg, aged 34 years. 

They have four children, three bons and one daughter : — 

Olive, aged 7 years ; 

Clement, aged 4 years ; 

Jean, aged 18 months ; 

Marie Ange, aged 9 years ; 

One pig is all the live stock. 

Charles Ebert, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 27 years. Married to 
Margueritte Joseph Bourg, native of Beaubassin, aged 23 years. 

They have two sons : — 

Charles, aged 2 years ; 

The last, aged 5 months, is not yet named. 

In live stock they own one ox, one cow and one pig. 

Fran9ois Ebert, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 38 years. Married to 
Isabelle Bourg, native of la Cadie, aged 32 years. 

They have eight children, four sons and four daughters : — 

Olive Ebert, aged 1 3 years ; 

Joseph, aged 8 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 6 years ; 

Marie, aged 3 years. 

Fran^oise, aged 1 1 years ; 

Ursullo, aged 10 years ; 

Trazille, aged 5 years ; 

The last is not named ; she is two months old. 

They own in live stock, two oxen and three pigs. 

Charles Ouedry, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years. Married to 
Madeleine Ebert, native of la Cadie aged 25 years. 

They have two daughters : — 

Marie Madeleine, aged 6 years ; 

The last is not named ; she is 8 days old. 

In live stock they have one ox and one pig. 

There are with him four of his brothers, who are : — 

Joseph Guedry, aged 20 years ; 

Jean Femilien, aged 17 years. 

Augustin, aged 12 years. 

Aniez, aged 1 years ; 

Benjamin Mieux, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 24 years. Married to Joeephe 
Guedry, native of la Cadie, aged 30 years. 

They have two daughters : — 

Marie Joseph, aged 2 years ; 

Nastay, aged 1 year; 

Margueritte Pelagie Brau, aged 6 years ; 

And one ox. 

Charles Benoist, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years. Married to Marie 
Joseph Estebondon, native of Port Royal, aged 24 years. 

They have one son and two daughters : — 

Fran9oi8, aged 2 years ; 

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Margueritte, aged 16 months; 

And in lire stock they own one ox, one oow and two pigs. 

Martin Henry, ploughman, native of ]a Cadie, aged 35 years. Married to Marie 
Joseph Benoist^ native of la Cadie, aged 29 years. 

They have five children, four sons and one daughter : — 

Bazile, aged 8 years ; 

Jean Charlee, aged 6 years ; 

Simon, aged 4 years , 

The last is not named and is 15 days old : 

Anne, aged 2 years. 

One pig is all their live stock. 

Amhroise Hebert, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years. Married to Marie Madeleine 
Boorg, native of la Cadie, aged 36 years. 

They have six children, four sons and two daughters : — 

BazUe, aged 1 2 years ; 

Ambroise, aged 7 years ; 

Jean Pierre, aged 5 years ; 

Isaac, aged 2 years ; 

Marie Madeleine, aged 16 years ; 

Fran^oise, aged 9 years ; 

And in live stock they own one ox and three pigs. 

Jacques Arete, ploughman, native of Port Toulouse, aged 30 years. Married to 
Ro>a Alitra, native of la Cadie, aged 28 years. 

They have two daughters : — 

Marie Roze, aged 2 years ; 

The last is not yet named. 

The only description of Uve stock they have consists of five fowls. 

When all the settlers landed on their arrival from la Cadie in August last,, they 
owned between them the number of 188 oxen or cows, 42 calves, 173 sheep or ewes, 
181 pigs and 17 horses. A comparison with the recapitulation will easily show how 
many of these have perished from want of hay on which to feed. The settlers had not 
even water to give them within reach, and now all ask to leave so fully do they realize 
that they cannot live here. 

The Sr. de la Roque left the Pointe k la Jeunesse on the morning of tl^ 28th, 
ud arrived at Port Dauphin the same day. 

On leaving the Pointe a la Jeunesse one takes the ice in order to cross the little 
Lake of Bras d'Or, and then going north-quarter-north-east for three leagues, reaches the 
Ue Rouge, lying in front of the harbour of la Cadie, and then holding north-east for a 
league, proceeds directly forward on the Rouill^ road. 

The Rouill^ road runs nearly northeast quarter north, and south-west quarter 
aoath. It is reported to be two leagues and a half in length by ten feet in width. It 
is very winding in its course, the bridges are not built, neither are the bad places ' 
Bended, nor the steep places cut down. The bluffs at the two extremities of the road 
are exceedingly steep, particularly the one lying at the further end of the bay of Port 
Dauphin, which is estimated to rise perpendicularly to a height of at least thirty feet. 

The lands in the vicinity of Port Dauphin are extremely high and precipitous, and 
are traversed with masses of stone heaped one on top of another and crumbling away 
through the action of the wind and weather. 

TlieJand is mostly covered with hard wood. The nature of the soil as well as the 
position of the land is not favourable to cultivation. Any settlers who might be placed 
bere for the purpose of improving the land might be given full liberty to make their 
Hring as bent they could, they might subsist on the large herds of cattle they could raise, 
tbe country having an abundance of pasturage. 

The roadstead of Port Dauphin is formed by the Cap Dauphin, situated on the 
Wda to the north, and the Pointe Basse on those to the south. The Isles de Libore 
|tt three quarters of a league out to sea to the east-south-east of the entrance. The 
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and the Pointe Basse is estimated as being more, though at the further end it is only 
half a league. 

The harbour is formed by two banks of sand ; the one lying to the north and the 
other to the south. The distance between these two banks is only 70 to 80 toises and 
forms the entrance to Port Dauphin. 

The entrance lies north-east and south-west. The depth of water in the channel is 
twelve fathoms, whilst throughout the whole extent of the harbour there is fifteen to 
twenty fathoms of water. 

CENSUS. 

Census of the settlers of Port Dauphin. 

Le Sr. Courtian, sub-delegate of the Admiralty authorities of the town of Louis- 
bourg, native of Bayonne, aged 50 years. Married to Genevieve La Forest, native of 
Rochefort, aged 43 years. 

They have Catherine La Forest their niece, aged 17 years, native of LoaiBbonrg 
living with them. 

He owns two dwellings in Port Dauphin by grant of Messieurs de Costebelle and 
De Soubras. The first is situate on the borders of the roadstead and contains 150 
toises front on the sea-shore ; with regard to its depth, it is not determined. The 
second is above the pool, and has only 20 toises frontage. 

He occupies two meadows to which he has not yet the titles. They are situated on 
the Riviere de Rouville, and contain about seven arpents. 

In live stock, one cow, one heifer, three ducks and nine fowls. 

Antoine Mass^, being in the service of le Sr. Courtian in the capacity of a 36-months 
man. 

Julien Gomeriets, native of Combourg, bishopric of St. Malo, engaged for one 
year in the service of Sr. Courtian. 

Maurice Leveque, native of Boulan, bishopric of Avranches, aged 43 years, of 
which he has spent 35 years in the Colony. Married to Marie Anne Bernard, native 
of the place, aged 35 years. 

They have three children : 

Jean Baptiste, aged 3 years. 

Marie, aged 1 1 years. 

Joseph, aged 8 years. 

Matburin Doulet, fishing partner, native of St. Malo, aged 59 years. 

One boat and nine fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was granted to their late father, Bernard, by 
Messieurs de Costobelle and Soubras. They lost the title deed in the last war. They have 
made a clearing for a garden in which they have grown all sorts of garden produce, and 
in which they have six apple trees bearing fruit. The fruit does not ripen well. 

Philippe Desmarets, ploughman, native of Amiens, aged 55 years, and who is three 
years in the colony. Married to Marie Anne Rondeau, native of Quebec, aged 58 
years. 

They have five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was given them verbally only by Messieurs 
Desherbiers and Prevost. 

Julien Four^, fisherman, native of Carb^, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 33 years. 
Married to Marie Anne Du Charme, native of Quebec, aged 21 years. 

They have Julien Fourr^, native of the Riviere de Mir^, aged 2 years. 

They have no dwelling house in the country. 

Left Port Dauphin the 31st March and arrived the same day at Little Bras d'Or. 

In leaving the King's Post we ascended the mountain to the south. It is covered 
with all sorts of wood, but chiefly fir trees. We descended on the Great Bras d'Or. It 
is estimated that there is one league of portage. We passed the Great Bras d'Or on 
the ice at the imminent risk of our lives, so rotten had the ice become owing to the 
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The great Bras d'Or lies between the lands of Port Dauphin and those of the Isle 
da Verderonne. The distance between the month of the great Bras d'Or and the little 
kke of Bras d'Or is estimated at seven leagues, which constitutes the length of the Isle 
de Verderonne, whilst its breadth is a good quarter of a league, though its entrance is at 
most 400 to 450 toises in width. 

There is a reef lying off the lands of Port Daqphin which necessitates hugging the 
coAst of the Isle of Verderonne, and one makes the passage in 15 to 20 fathoms of water. 

Little Bras d'Or is settled by M. de la Baularderie. It is suited for Cod fishery, 
for sgricaltnre and for the raising of quantities of live stock. The quality of the soil 
does not appear absolutely poor. 

CENSUS OP THE SETTLERS OP THE PETITE BEAS d'OB. 

Georges Diliart, fisherman, native of Chapeau Rouge, on the coast of Plaisance. 
Married to Marie Coupeau, native of St. Pierre, aged 47 years. 

They have eight children, three sons and five daughters : 

Alexandre, aged 26 years ; 

Loui-, aged 17 years ; 

Georges, aged 10 years ; 

Marie, aged 18 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 1 7 years ; 

Margucritte, aged 12 years; 

Madeleine, aged 1 1 years ; 

Victoire, aged 6 years. All natives of Bras d'Or. 

They have two fishermen, Joseph Doex, aged 20 years, native of the bishopric of 
Bayonne. 

Nicolas Richard, native of Grand ville, aged 38 years. 

Two boats and eight fowls. 

The land he occupies was granted by the late M. de la Boularderie. He has built 
on it a beach and staging for drying the fish of two boats, and has made a clearing of 
about two arpents in extent. 

Julien Durand, fisherman, native of Plaisance, aged 42 years. Married to Madeleine 
Vinoent, native of Niganiche, aged 22 years. 

They have Bernardine Vincent, native of Niganiche, aged 15 years. 

Ten fishermen : 

Jct^ Trouv^, aged 42 years ; 

Vincent des Roches, aged 40 years ; 

Francois Tor^, aged 30 years ; 

Frao9ois Xrogue, aged 27 years ; 

Jacqu^ Le Troqu^, aged 28 years ; 

Jean Cheene, aged 30 years ; 

Jean le Moine, aged 26 years ; 

Jacob, aged 18 years ; 

Jean Catelier, aged 22 years ; 

Jean Pierre, native of St. Malo, aged 19 years. 

All the others are natives of Grand ville, bishopric of Coutances. 

He has two boats, one-half boat and one small boat for the fishery. 

The land he occupies was granted to him by M. de la Boularderie. It contains 45 
toisee fronting on the sea shore ; but with regard to the depth the extent is not 
determined. There are on it platform, beach and scaffolding for drying the fish of three 
boats and he has made a clearing of two arpents in extent. 

Franqois Gonet, fisherman, native of Plairier, bishopric of Dol, aged 55 years. 
Married to Marie Montagne, native of Plaisance, aged 45 years. 

They have ten children, six sons and four daughters : 

Jean Gouet^ aged 25 years ; 

Barthelemy, aged 23 years ; 

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Jean Francois, aged 15 years ; 

Pierre, aged 1 4 years ; 

La Cbesne, aged 16 years ; 

Marie, aged 12 years ; 

Georges, aged 10 years ; 

Fauchon, aged 4 years ; 

Jeanne Quelle, her daughter, aged 18 years, widow of GuiUaume Messer. 

She has a son aged 4 years. 

Three hired fishermen, 

Pierre Michel, native of St. Brieux, aged 30 years. 

Jacques Poussard, native of Plaisance, aged 23 years. 

Jacques Gresse de Grandville, aged 45 years. 

The land he occupies was granted to him by M. de la Boularderie. It has about 
100 toises frontage on the sea shore. There are on it platforms, beach and scaffolding 
for drying the fish of two boatu. There is a great deal of land cleared, and still more 
uncultivated. 

He owns in live stock, one cow« one bull, three goats and twelve fowls. 

Jean Pichot, fisherman, native of Nerichac, aged 32 years. He is not married. 

He has with him three men : Jean Rambourg, native of Grandville, aged 27 years ; 
and two others who live with De Broise, master Smith. 

He has also two other little boys to look after the kitchen and superintend the 
platforms for drying the fish. 

Francois Pagnon, native of Grandville, a^ed 40 years. 

All these people are at Louisbourg. He does not know their age. He has two 
boats and fears that, for want of hands, he will only be able to send one to the fishery. 
He came here one year ago from Gasp^, where he was settled. 

The homestead he occupies was given him by de la Boularderie. It contains about 
80 toises fronting on the sea shore. There are on it platforms, beaches and scaffoldings 
for drying the fish of two boats. He has made a clearing sufficient for the sowing of 
a peck of wheat and for a very good garden. He has had rations given him for six 
months. 

Three fowls, 

Bazlle Borny, fisherman, native of the coast of Plaisance, aged 50 years. Mamed 
to Jeanne Pichot, native of Nerichac, a^red 33 years. 

They have Jean Bazile, their son, aged 1 2 years, and two hired fishermen. 

Joseph Pingon, native of Britanny, aged 55 years. 

Gilles Tosse, native of Combourg, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 22 years. 

He owns one boat, one schooner and eight fowls. 

They are in refuge at Labrador from Cap de R^ for a year, and have been given 
rations for six months. 

The lan(J he occupies was granted him by M. de la Boularderie. It has 100 toises 
front on the sea shore. There are on it platforms, beach and scaffoldings for the dry- 
ing of the fish of two boats and enough land cleared to sow a barrel of wheat. 

The land which M. de la Boularderie has had cleared on the little Brasdor is about 
100 to 150 arpents with at least as much uncultivated land. There are two gardens 
which are very large and which contain all sorts of fruit trees particularly apple 
trees. 

Antoine Berteau, dit Lyonnais, settler for one year past at Bras d*Or, native of Port 
aux Basques, where he managed the affairs of the English, aged 50 years. Married in 
that country first and having for issue two children : 

Antoine, aged 24 years ; 

Pierre, aged 19 years, who is still at Boston with the English. 

Married a second time to Joseph Lemare, native of Niganiche, aged 27 years. 

They have five children ; two sons and three daughters : 

Jean Baptiste, aged 4 years ; 

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Fnm^oise, aged 7 years ; 

The last, aged 9 months, not yet named. 

Iq addition he has two boys for cooking hired at Niganiche, whose names and age 
be does not know. 

He has his aunt Marie Linier, native of Plaisance, aged 90 yeai-s, living with him. 

He has no live stock, but owns two boats and is building a third. 

The place he occupies was given him by M. de la Boularderie. It consists only of a 
bink of sand on the sea shore, sufficient for drying the fish of three to four boats. 
There are on it platforms, beach and scaffolding for drying the fish of the said boats. 
The only clearing is for a garden. 

THE BAYE DES K8PA0N0LS. 

The baye des Espagnols is situated at two leagues distance from the narrows of the 
little Bras d'Or. It is formed by the Pointe aux Pommes, situate on the lands to the north 
aad the Point Basse on the lands to the south. They lie north and south at an esti> 
mated distance of a half league, and are situate a league and a half from the entrance,, 
which is formed by the sand bank de Brouillant, situated to the north of the said en- 
trance, and of that of Berrichon to the south. The presence of these two banks leaves 
bat a narrow space for vessels to enter, but large enough to leave nothing to fear. Boats 
can piS8 with a depth of water of eight fathoms. Inside the entrance the bay divides 
into two arms ; one runs inland to the south for a distance of about three leagues, the 
breadth in sight of the mouth being a small league which gradually diminishes toward 
the further end, where it is about 150 to 160 toises. It contains several small creeks, 
isles and points. The timber on the banks is mixed, hard wood, however, predom- 
inating. This hard wood is mostly suitable only for fuel, but a small proportion of it 
migfat be used in the construction of schooners, bateaux and boats. The settlers are 
ananimoasly of the assured opinion that the nature of the soil is suited to the produc- 
tion of all kinds of grain, vegetables and roots. 

The second arm of the bay, as well as the narrow channel at its entrance runs west, 
lOQth-west. It runs inland for about two leagues. The nature of the soil on this arm 
is even better than of that on the other arm. and above all of that which is found 
between the two arms, and which forms a sort of peninsula jutting out from the main- 
land, and having a breath of half a league. 

From the beginning of this point, separating the two arms, up to the land at the 
north end this second arm of the bay preserves an equal breadth. At the further end 
there is a river navigable by boat for upwards of a league. 

This stream rises in a large lake, which may be two and a half leagues in circum- 
fernoe, and which lies in the lands to the west. Around the lake is a belt of hard- 
vood mixed with a little fir. A league and a half southward from the mouth of the 
lake there is a limestone quarry. Vessels can enter the bay with eight fathoms depth 
of water, and once inside can anchor in eight to twelve fathoms. Throughout the bay 
there b most secure anchorage. 

The bottom is composed of strong tenacious mud, and the anchor can only be 
*«^»ed with a good deal of difficulty. 

Frequently the anchor comes up with 200 pounds of bottom clay attached to it, 
thus showing that vessels are not likely to drag their anchors here as they do in the 
port of I/misbourg. Winds no matter from what point they blow can hardly imperil 
^«t8ela anchored in this bay, because even when winds from the east northeast blow in 
^ the oMMith o€ the weetem arm and there is a good deal of sea on, vessels have only 
to take refuge in the southern arm which is generally safe from any wind. No reefs or 
iho^ exist in any part of the entrance. 

CElfSUS OF THE SETTLERS IN THE BATE DES ESPAGNOLS. 

Jean Cousin, navigator, native of St. Malo, aged 35 years, married to Jude Eedry, 
^»Aw% of Boston, aged 30 years. They have been settled in the colony for two years 
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They have four children, two sons and two daughters : — 

B^noray, aged 9 years ; 

Joan Baptiste, aged 6 years ; 

Marie la Blanche, aged 7 years ; 

Marie Madeleine, aged 2 years ; 

One ox, two cows, two pi>^ and six fowls ; one boat. 

The dwelling they occupy was granted only verbally by Messieurs Desherbiers 
and Prevost. They have made a small clearing on it where they have grown a large 
quantity of beans and turnips and have besides a large piece of fallow land, about five 
or six arpents in extent. They have no meadow land.- 

Germain Le Jeune, ploughman, niitive of la Cadie, aged 50 years. Married to 
Marie Gu^ry, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years. They have been in the country for 
18 months and have been given rations. 

They have four sons and one daughter : — 

Jo^ph, aged 22 years ; 

Chrisostome, aged 1 2 years ; 

Germain, aged 1 1 years ; 

Paul, aged 5 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 16 years. 

One cow and one pig. 

The dwelling which they have improved,^ was given them only verbally by Messiears 
Desherbiers and Prevost. They have made a clearing where half a barrel of wheat 
could be sown, they have sown cabbage, turnips, beans and pumpkins, all of which came 
up in great abundance. In addition they have made a large piece of uncultivated land 
of about 6 or 7 arpents in extent 

Panl Guedry, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 45 years. Married to Anne 
Mus, native of la Cadie, aged 43 years. They will have been in the Baye des Espagnols 
two years at the commencement of August, and have been given rations for that time. 

They have five sons and one daughter : — 

Jean, aged 22 years ; 

Thomas, aged 19 years; 

Paul, aged 10 years; 

Pet it j an, aged 9 years ; 

Francois, aged 2 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 20 years ; 

They own two cows and seven pigs. 

The dwelling in which they are settled was given them by Messieurs Desherbiers 
and Prevost. They have cleared land of about two arpents in extent, where they have 
grown cabbage, turnips and beans in abundance. In addition they have a good deal of 
fallow land where they will sow seed this year. 

Jean Olivet, ploughman, native of Pepiguit, aged 35 years. Married to Josette 
Hebert, native of la Cadie, aged 25 years. They will soon have been in the colony two 
years, and have been given rations for that time. 

They have four children, one son and three daughters : — 

Jean Foumier, aged 2 months ; 

Anne Angelique, aged 2 years ; 

Marie, aged 6 years ; 

Anne Josette, aged 6 years ; 

Anne Josette La Jeune, native of Port Royale, aged 110 years, her mother. 

The only live stock they own is one pig. 

The homestead on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs 
Desherbiers and Prevost. They have cleared land on it, of about two arpents and a half, 
where they have sown all sorts of roots which have come up well, and they have fallow 
land of about the same extent. 

Joseph Guedry, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 38 years. Married to Josette 
Benoist, native of la Cadie, aged 24 years. They are in the country two years and 
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They have three children, one son and two daughters. 

Servant, aged 10 days. 

Pcrrine, aged 13 years. 

Jeanne, aged 3 years. 

Their li^e stock consists of one pig. 

The dwelling or the land in which thoy are settled, has been given to thein ver- 
bait J by Messieurs Desherbiers and Pre vost. - They have made a clearing of about twelve 
arpeots from which they have gathered a large quantity of very fine turnips, cabbage 
aa^beans. 

Antoine Boulin, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years. Marrrid to Agathe 
Big^ native of Cap de Sable, aged 40 years. 

They have seven children, four sons and three daughters. 

Jean Baptiste, aged 17 years. 

Qaalier, aged 12 years. 

Joseph, aged 7 years. 

Francois, aged 5 years. 

Ruffine, aged 15 years. 

Angel ique, aged 9 years. 

Agathe, aged 18 months. 

In the month of September they will have been three years in the colony. They 
have been given rations for 33 months. 

The land in which they are settled was given them by Messieurs Desherbiers and 
Prevost They have made a clearing on it to sow half a peck of oats and half a bushel 
of peia 

Jean Boutin, p^re, native of la Cadie, aged 76 years. He is alone in a small house 
that his children have helped him to build. He makes hand barrows and other like 
thin^B for his own amusement. 

Paul Boutin, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 25 years. Married to Eustache 
Goedry, native of la Cadie, aged 21 years. ^ * 

They have Pierre Guedry their brother, aged 1 1 years. 

They have two sheep and one hen. 

The land on which they are was given to them verbally by Messieurs Desherbiers 
and Prevoet. They have made a clearing in which to sow a peck of oats and a bushel 
of peas. 

Charles Boutin, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 29 years. Married to Joseph 
Goedry, native of la Cadie, aged 28 years. 

They have three children, two sons and one daughter. 

Jean Charles, aged 5 years, 

Olive, aged 3 years ; 

Marie Frani^ise, aged 3 months ; 

Eleine Gu^ry, her sister, native of TAcadie, aged 29 years. 

Joseph Boutin, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 42 years. Married to Frangoise 
Pitre, native of la Cadie, aged 42 years. 

They have eight children, five sons and three daughters : — 

Joeeph, aged 20 years ; 

Ambroibe, aged 15 years ; 

Bernard, ag^ 13 years ; 

Paul, aged 9 years ; 

Michel, aged one year ; 

Ufrosine, aged 18 years ; 

Marie, aged 6 years ; 

Anne, aged 4 years. 

Three sheep and three pigs. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them by Messieurs Desherbiers 
aad Prevost. They have made a clearing of two arpents, in which last year they sowed 
^ quarter of a bushel of oats from which they gathered twelve bushels, making 48 pecks, 
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The family of the said Joseph Boutin ha^e been thirty months in the colony, and 
they have been granted rations for 33 months, 

Jean Bte. Le Jeune, ploughman, native of the East coasts aged 26 years. Married 
to Judith Vigne, native of Cap du Sable. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Claude Le Jeune, aged 3 years ; 

Genevieve, aged 5 months. 

Two sheep, one pig and two fowls. 

The land ou which they are settled was given to them by Messieurs DeBherb|ers 
and Prevoet. They have made a dealing of one arpent in extent on it They have 
been in the colony for two years, and have been given rations for that time. 

Augustin Benoist, native of la Cadie, ploughman, aged 24 years. Married to 
Margueritte Le Jeune, native of la Cadie, aged 22 years. 

They have Margueritte, their daughter, aged 16 months. 

And in live stock, one pig and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messrs. Deeher- 
biers and Prevost. They have made a clearing on which to sow a peck of oats. 

Jean Le Jeune, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 52 years. Married to Fran^oise 
Guedry, native of la Cadie, aged 48 years. 

They have eight children, five sons and three daughters : — 

Eustache, aged 20 years ; 

Ger6me, aged 1 7 years ; 

Gr^goire, aged 15 years ; 

Bamabe, aged 1 1 years ; 

Jean Charles, aged 3 years ; 

Felicity aged 13 years ; 

Eleine, aged 9 years ; 

Anne, aged 7 years ; 

They have been in the colony 18 months, and have been granted rations for two 
years. 

In animal stock they own two oxen, one sow and two sheep. 

The land on which they are settled was given them by Messieurs Desherbiers and 
Prevost. They have made a clearing on it of two arpents. They have no other pastur- 
age than they can find in the wood. 

' Olivier Trahan, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 35 years. Married to Isabelle 
Le Jeune, aged 26 years. 

They live with their father, Jean Le Jeune. 

Charles Trahan, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 31 years. Married to Mar- 
gueritte Boudrot, native of the same place, aged 34 years. 

They are in the colony for three years, and have been given rations for that time. 

They have Cdcile Boudrot, their daughter, aged 3 years. 

Jean Baptiste Boudrot, their brother, native of la Cadie, aged 25 years. 

In animal stock they own four oxen, four cows, three calves and one pig. 

The land on which they are settled has been given.to them verbally by Messieurs 
Desherbiers and Prevost. They have made a clearing on it of about two arpents. They 
do not know how to praise the beauty of the land sufficiently. Such an abundance of 
vegeukbles of very fine quality has been returned to them for the seed they have sown. 

Jean Trahan, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 66 years. Married to Marie 
Giroir, native of the same place, aged 60 years. 

They have been in the colony for three years and have been given rations for ^lat 
time. 

They have four children, one son and three daughters : 

Paul Trahan, aged 19 years. 

Lucie, aged 18 years. 

Agathe, aged 15 years. 

Margueritte, aged 9 years. 

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In live stock, one ox, two cows, two heifers, one pig and five fowls. 
Francois Marteau, ploughman, native of Paris, aged 40 years. Married to Fran- 
<;ois6 Trahan, native of la Cadie, aged 25 years. 

They have been in the colony three years, and were given rations for that time. 

They have Joseph Marteau, their son, aged 8 months. 

HoDor^ Trahan, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 26 year?. Married to Marie 
Corperon, native of the same place, aged 33 years. 

They have been in the colony three years, and have been given rations for that 
time. 

They have one son and two daughters : 

Pierre, aged 2 years. 

Marie, aged 5 years. 

Margueritte, aged 3 weeks. 

In live stock they own two oxen, two cows, two calves, two pigs and one hen. 

The land in which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs 
Desherbiers and Provost. They have made a clearing of four arpents. 

Thomas Commere, dit La Chapelle, fisherman, native of Plaisance, aged 85 years. 
Married to Charlotte Vincent, native of the same place, aged 68 years. They have been 
given rations conformably to the King's order. 

They have with them Louis Commere, native of Scatary, aged 30 years. Married to 
Margaeritte Grossin, native of the harbour de Fourch^, aged 24 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : 

Thomas, aged 18 months ; 

Chariotte, aged 4 days. 

Four goats are all their live stock. 

Their dwelling place on the fishery is at Scatary. It was given to him in form by 
Meneurs de Coetebelle and Soubras. It contains 24 toises fronting the sea shore^ the 
depth not being determined. 

Servant Commere, fisherman, native of Scatary, aged 29 years. Married to Anne 
Ia Forest, native of Louisbonrg, aged 29 years. 

They have four children, two sons and two daughters : 

Jean, aged 9 years ; 

Louis, aged 4 years ; 

Marie, aged 3 years ; 

Jeanne, aged II months. 

They have four domestics including a 36 months man. 

Tvon Brunet, native of St. Malo, aged 28 years. Married to Marie Touze, native 
of St Jean, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 30 years. 

Tves Carovent, native of Brest, aged 23 years. Married to Margueritte Le Jeune, 
aadve of la Cadie, aged 21 years. 

Nicolas Tenguy, native of the parish of Ecovignas, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 22 
years. 

Simon Codet, in the capacity of a 36-months man, native of Plaisance, aged 1 7 
Tears, who has two years more to complete his term and have his liberty. They own 
one boat 

Pierre Benoist, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 48 years. Married to Anne 
Marie Godet, native of the same place, aged 63 years. 

They have Catherine Benoist, aged 20 years. 

Tbey have been three years in the colony and have had rations for that time. 

The land in which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieura 
l^esherbiera and Provost They have one arpent cleared. 

Jean Benoist, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 25 years. Married to Anne 
Trahan, native of the place, aged 21 years. 

Tbey have been two years in the colony and have been given rations for the said 
time. 

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The land they occupy was given to them verbally by Messieurs Deeherbiers and 
Pr^voet. They have made a clearing on it of an arpent square and has two arpenta 
of fallow land. 

Charles Roy, ploughman, native of Port Royal, aged 34 years. Married to 
Margueritte Le Jenne, native of the same place, aged 30 years. 

They have been in the colony for one year, and have been given rations for the 
said time. 

The land that they occupy was given to them by Messieurs Desherbiers and Provost. 
They have made a clearing where they can sow half a peck in oats and peas. 

Etienne Trahan, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 64 years. Married to 
Fran^oise Roy, native of Port Royal, aged 46 years. 

They have two sons : 

Charles, aged 18 years. 

Francois, aged 16 years. 

Ossite Corporan, their cousin, native of Port Royal, aged 1 7 years. « 

They have been three years in the colony and have been given rations for the said 
time. 

In live stock, they have one cow, one sow, three fowls. 

The land they occupy has been given to them by Messieurs Desherbiers and 
Provost. They have made a clearing on it of half an arpent square. 

Jean Bte. Le Jeune, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 24 years. Married to 
Margueritte Trahan, native of same place, aged 24 years. 

They have three children, two sons and oue daughter : 

Jean, aged 3 years. 

Blaise, aged 2 years. 

Margueritte, aged 2 months. 

Two pigs are all their live stock. 

They are in the colony two years and a half, and have been granted rations for 33 
months. 

The Innd they occupy has been given them by Messieurs Desherbiers and 
Pre vest. They have made a clearing on it half an arpent square. 

Paul le ffeune, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 50 years. Married to Marie 
Benoist, native of la Cadie, aged 47 years. 

They have nine children, three sons and six daughters : 

Paul, aged 17 years ; 

Pierre, aged 1 6 years ; 

Joseph, aged 7 years ; 

Josephe, aged 20 years ; 

Nastasie, agad 1 8 years ; 

Reine, aged 14 years ; 

Anne, aged 10 years ; 

Marie Roze, aged 5 years ; 

Eleine, aged 4 months. 

Frani^'ois Roy, native of the parish of Plumeau, bishopric of Brest, aged 50 years, 
his partner in a skiff that they have. 

The land on which they are settled, was given to them verbally by Messieurs Des- 
herbiers and Prevost. They have made a clearing on it to be able to sow a peck of 
wheat and a half peck of oats. They have a large piece of fallow land. 

Pierre Le Roy, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 28 years. Married to Marie 
Le Jeune, native of the same place, aged 24 years. 

They have three daughters : — 

Henriette, aged 3 years ; 

Roze, aged 2 years ; 

Suzane, aged one month. 

They are in the country 30 months, and have been granted food from the King 
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The land they occupy was given them verbally by Messieurs DeBherbiers and 

Charles Le Roy, ploughman, native of Paris, aged 52 years. Married to Marie 
Charlotte Chauvet, native of la Cadie, aged 52 years. 

They have seven children, three sons and four daughters : — 

Alexandre, aged 22 years ; 

Charles, aged 18 years ; 

Alexis, aged IC years ; 

Margueritte, aged 24 years ; 

Anne, aged 16 years ; 

Martine, aged 14 years ; 

Ossite, aged 7 years ; 

Jean Foamier, his son-in-law, fisherman, native of Quebec, aged 33 years. Married 
to Genevieve Le Roy, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years. 

Charles Le Jeune, his son-in-law, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 23 years. 
Harried to Marie Le Roy, native of the same place, aged 20 years. 

They have in live stock three oxen, six cows, four pigs and sixteen fowls. 

They will have been two years in the colony on the 22nd July, and have been 
given rations for the said time. 

The land they occupy was given to them by Messieurs Desherbiers and Provost. 
He has made a clearing on it for a garden of about half an arpent in extent, and has 
4 large piece of fallow land. He has found pasturage situated at the distance of a 
league to the east-south-east from their dwelling place for feeding three or four head of 
cattle. 

Joeeph Le Jeune, ploughman, native of the colony, aged 48 years. Married to 
CedUe Pitre, aged 45 years. 

They have seven children, six sons and one daughter : — 

Joseph, aged 19 years, unfit for the militia ; 

Bazile, aged 17 years ; 

Chrisoetome, aged 15 years ; 

Olivier, aged 7 years ; 

Athanaze, aged 5 years ; 

Jacques, aged 2 years ; 

Perp^tue, aged 1 3 years. 

They own in live stock two oxen, two cows, one calf, one pig and two fowls. 

They are in the colony two years, and have been granted rations for 33 months. 

The land they occupy was given to them verbally by Messrs. Desherbiers and 
Prevost. They have made a clearing of about one arpent in extent, and have a large 
piece of fallow land. 

Paul Benjamin, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 27 years. Married to C^cile 
le Jeune, native of la Cadie, aged 21 years. 

They have Jean Baptiste, their son, aged four months. 

And in animals, two oxen, one cow, one calf and a pig. 

They are in the colony two years and have been granted rations for 33 months. 

The land on which they are settled was located for them by Messieurs Desherbiers 
and Provost. They have made a clearing on it of about one arpent in extent and have 
a large piece of fallow land. 

Marcel Trahan, widow of the late Pierre Boutin, native of la Cadie, aged 27 
years. 

She has been in the colony for two years and a half and has been given rations 
for the said time. 

She has a son and two daughters : 

Alexis, aged 3 years ; 

Marie Joeeph, aged 6 years ; 

Anne, aged 5 years. 

Alexis le Jeune, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 27 years. Married to Made- 
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They have two daughters : 

Marie Joseph, aged 3 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 18 months. 

In the month of September they will have been three years in the colony and they 
have received rations for 33 months. 

They have two pigs, two sheep and nine fowls. 

The land on which they are settlers has been given them by Messieurs Desherbiers 
and Provost. They have made a sm^ll clearing on it for gardening and have also a 
large piece of fallow land. 

We left the Baye des Espagnols on the 5th April and arrived at four o'clock in the 
afternoon at the Bay de Tlndienne. 

The distance between the bank of the Berichon to Pointe Basse is estimated at a 
league and a half. The coast lies about east-north-east by west south-west. Through- 
out this distance, so high are the shoals, that it» is evident that an enemy would not 
be able to effect a landing. At low tide the shoals stand above water for a distance of 
more than a hundred toises from the foot of the cliff. In addition, about a quarter of 
a league out to sea, there lies a roef which is said to be half a league from Pointe Basse, 
and a league from the bank of the Berichon. The distance between the Pointe Basse 
and the Cap Charbon, lying at the entrance to the Baye de Tlndienne, is also estimated 
at a league and a half. Pointe Basse and Cap Charbon lie east* south-east and west- 
north-west. After having doubled Pointe Basse, and gone a quarter of a league, one 
reaches a creek of no great size, but in which, nevertheless the fishing boats take refuge 
when they cannot make the harbour. This proves that the creek is on the open coast, 
and it is only when the wind blows overland from the Isle that the boats can go out 
fishing. 

Then, at a quarter of a league from this creek, there is a barachois, which runs 
inland, in a south-westerly direction, for a good quarter of a league, and which is about 
40 toises in breadth. In this barachois vessels can lie sheltered from north>north- 
west ; west and south-south-east winds. Finally between this barrachois and the Cap 
au Charbon there is no place fitted as a place of refuge for boats. 

THB BAYE DE l'iNDIENNE. 

The Baye de Tlndienne is only fitted for the cod-fishery and for the raising of 
plenty of live stock. The entrance to the bay is formed by the Cap au Charbon, lying 
on the lands at the north end of the harbour, and by the Cap de Table lying on the 
land to the south-west. The entrance lies north-west by south-east. It is estimated 
that the distance between these two points, Cap au Charbon and Cap de Table, is one 
league, and that there are from fifteen to sixteen fathoms of water on the line between 
them but then the bottom of the bay gradually shelves upwards towards the narrows, 
until there are but eleven feet of water at spring tide. The bay is restricted (ia its 
accommodation) by a bank of sand, which crosses it from the south-west shore, leaving 
between it and the land on the north-east a space of from twenty to twenty-five toises 
only in breadth, in which space vessels repairing to the harbour for coal on the King's 
account are loaded. It is the only place to which vessels can go to take in cargo, and 
it is much to be deplored, because in lading coal falls into the water, and in course of 
time will fill the channel and thus render it impracticable. 

Behind the bank of sand is a great barachois which runs very far inland in a 
westerly direction. It is estimated that its average breadth is three-quarters of a le&gae 
with a length of one league. 

Its banks are covered with grass, and the crop would be vastly increased if the 
settlers would go to the trouble of burning and cutting, or pulling out the roots of ^e 
fir brush. The lands around the barachois are covered generally with fir trees. Three 
small rivers flowing from the w^t-, north-west, and north-north-west empty themselves 
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GBKERAL CENSUS OF THE BAYE DE l'iNDIENNE. 

Census of men, women, boys, girls, fishermen, domestics, animals and vessels. 

Bi^tiste La Guerre, ploughman, native of Bilbau in Spain, aged 50 years ; married 
. to Brignle Trahan, native of la Cadie, aged 35 years. 

TTiey have eight children : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 13 years ; 

Antoine, aged 8 years ; 

Charles, aged 3 years ; 

Pierre, aged 1 year ; 

Madeleine, aged 14 years ; 

Marie Roze, aged 12 years; 

Marie, aged 6 years ; 

Isabelle, aged 4 months ; 

In live stock, they own eight oxen, fourteen cows, three ducks and eight fowls. 

In the month of August they will have been three years in the colony. They have 
been granted rations for 33 months. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs. 
Desherbiers and Provost They have made a clearing of about ten arpents in extent. 

Pierre Le Gros, carpenter, native of Paris, aged 34 years. Married to Servane 
Lamao, native of Little Bras d'Or, aged 22 years. 

They have Margueriite, their daughter, aged two years. 

They have been given rations for two years. 

They have no live stock of any kind. 

The land on which he has settled has not been given to him ; he has placed him- 
self there waiting for one which has not been imgroved, to be given him. 

Francois Le Breton, fisherman, native of the parish of St. L^ger, bishopric of 
Coatances, aged 48 years. Married to Marie Mordan, aged 32 years, native of Little 
firas d'Or. 

They have two sons and one daughter : — 

Francois, aged 12 years; 

Charles, aged 7 years ; 

laabelle, aged 2 years ; 

He has thr.e fishing partners :— • 

Nicholas Le Breton, native of the parish of St. Ldger, aged 24 years : 

Pierre Tosse, native of the pariah of Bruvilly, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 41 
years. 

Julien Toumier, native of the parish of Hedia, bishoprick of St. Malo, aged 22 
years. 

All these fishing partners have it in view to settle in this colony. 

For 29 years the Sr. Frangois Le Breton has been in this colony. He has been 
given rations for two years. 

The dwelling in which he is settled bei jngs to his ather-in-law. He is settled on 
it, waiting to be given a location outside the narrows* for where he now is he cannot 
pat up platforms' for drying fish, on account of the vessels loading there with coal for 
the King. 

CaUierine Le Bon, widow of the late Gabriel Borny, native of Coutances, aged 38 
years. 

She has four sons : — 

Jean Borny, aged 20 years ; 

Gabriel, aged 15 years ; 

Jacques, aged 1 2 years ; 

Andr^, aged 3 years ; 

Three fishing partners : — 

Je^n Maslarex, aged 36 years ; 

Bertrand Anglade, aged 27 years ; 

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She owns two boats and four fowls. 

She has been given rations for two years. 

The concession she occupies on the property was given to ber verbally by Messieurs, 
de St. Ovide and Le Normand without determining the extent. She has made a beach 
with scaffolding and platforms for drying the fish of two boats, and has made a garden. 

Francois Dauphin, fisherman, native of the parish of St P^re, bishopric of Cou- 
tances, aged 45 years. Married to Perrine Mordan, native of Little Bras d'Or, aged 2^ 
years. 

They have two sons : 

Fran9ois, aged 12 years. 

Claude Pierre, aged 18 months. 

Three fishermen: 

Claude Lamort, native of St. Planch^, bishopric of Cou tances, aged 43 years. 

Pierre Colin, native of Dinan, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 30 years. 

Jean Moreau, native (*f Limoges, aged 19 years. 

He owns on© boat and eleven fowls. He has been given rations for two years. 

The dwelling on the fishery on which he is settled was granted to the late Jean 
Villedieu, his father-in-law by Messieurs de St. Ovide and de M^zy without delivering 
any title to him, or limiting the extent of the land. He has on it beach scaffolding and 
and platforms for drying the fish of two boats. 

Nicolas, his fishery partner, native of Montanes, bishopric of Coutances, aged 45 
years. Married to Marie Ebert, native of la Cadie, aged 50 years. He has been in the 
country 27 years. 

They have no grant of the land they occupy, and no clearing except one for a 
small garden. 

Note, that the beaches for drying the fish in the harbour, as well as those of Little 
Bras d'Or, are not made with stones as are those of Jjouisbourg, but with branches of 
birch and wild cherry. The reason is that the beaches made with pebbles do not allov 
of suflicient ventilation, and the cod becomes overheated by the great heat of the month 
of July. 

We left Baye de Tlndienne on the 7th day of April, taking the road for the 
bay de Mordienne, and reached that place the same day. 

After passing the Cap de Table we reached the coal mine from which the coal for 
the troops of the garrison is drawn. The English constructed a sort of entrenchment 
with palisades at this point, in order to protect themselves from attack by the Indians. 
The fortification is a square with a bastion, constructed of palisades at each angle. In 
the centre of the entrenchment is a block- house, built of logs, placed one on top of the 
other, the upper floor of which being intended for the placing of four pound cannon. 
Outside the entrenchments are two main buildings built of stakes, the one being sixty 
feet long by fifteen wide, and the other being twenty-five feet long by the same width 
as the first. 

Vessels awaiting cargoes of coal cannot be loaded in every sort of weather, but only 
when there is no wind, or when it blows lightly off land from over the island. At 
other times vessels would find it impossible to lay alongside, so that when the sea is 
still, the soldiers, or other persons, superintending the drawing of the coal, hoist a 
pennon on a flagstaff, within sight of the vessels lying in the Baye d^ Tlndienne, as a 
signal to them to come in and load. It is stated that tht's coal mine extends along the 
whole coast to Little Bras d'Or. A quarter of a league along the road from the coal 
mine is the Cap de Table, which with the Cap Perc^ forms Glace Bay, situate half way 
between these two bays. 

Cape de Table is so high and so precipitous that no vessel would be able to 
approach without running the risk of losing crew and cargo, but vessels can go down to 
Glace Bay with ease and safety. The bay is a league and half in breadth and runs 
inland about the same distance. Vessels anchor in the bay in six fathoms of water at the 
entrance, and find shelter from south and west winds, in absolute security. There ia 
also shelter from north-west and south-east winds, but when these blow fiercely they 
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water. At the further end of the bay is a bank of sand 200 toises in extent, that 
aeparmtes the bay from its barachois. There are four feet of water at the foot of this 
buk at hightide. No reefs or shoals are known to exist either in the bay or outside 
save one only, which lies a musket-shot outside Cap Perc^, and which is not worth tak- 
ing into account The barachois of Glace Bay is very extensive. It extends inland 
to the west for at least a league, and has a breadth of half a league. The lands are 
oorered with mixed wood, fir being the chief. The rest of the coast is not at all prac- 
ticable. 

THE BAYB DE MORDIENNB. 

The Baye de Mordienne is good only for raising cattle, and for the cod-fishery 
though so far no fishing has been done. The bay is formed by a spur of Cap Perc^ 
and by Cap Mordienne, which are estimated as being a league apart. These points lie 
north by south and the entrance to the bay lies east and west. Vessels making the 
entrance tack in twelve fathoms of water, for a good quarter of a league, in nine, 
h^f a league, in four, and for one league, which is opposite to the present settlement 
in two and a half fathoms. There is no channel throughout the whole distance 
the bottom being so level. At a quarter of a league from the point opposite the pre- 
»nt settlement there lies a sand bank that extends all across the bay, leaving only a 
narrow passage at each end, one to the south and the other the north, by which access 
can be had to the barachois. On the barachois there is only a foot to a foot and a 
half of water at low tide, and from five to from five and a half feet at high tide. The 
entrance to the south, which contains ten feet of water is the more accessible, and after 
passing that one comes to the channel leading to Fausse Baye. One takes a boat to 
crosa dbe barachois which is a good half league long by a quarter of a league broad. 
All the lands in this district are covered with fir, with the exception of those to the 
Qorth of the Baye de Mordienne which are common lands. The settlers make nearly 
all their hay here and in Glace bay. 

General Census. 

Gekbbal Census of the settlers in the Baye de Mordienne. 

Namely : — 

Claude Teriau, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 56 years. Married to Marie 
Gaerio, native of the same place, aged 53 years. 

They have nine children, three sons and six daughters : — 

Mathieo, aged 22 years ; 

Romain, aged 12 years ; 

Ignace, aged 6 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 25 years ; 

Teotite, aged 23 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 20 years ; 

Fran9oise, aged 18 years ; 

Anne, aged 14 years ; 

Eleine, a^ed 9 years. 

They own in live stock : one ox, five cows, two pigs, one horse and twelve fowls. 

On Michaelmas day next they will have been two years in the colony, and they 
have been given rations for that time. 

The limd on which they are settled is on the west point of the I^ake de Mordienne 
on the lands lying south of the bay. The quality of the land does not seem to be at all 
soitable for the cultivation of wheat. It is reddish, sandy and very light. There is not 
more than a foot of soil to work, and under that is found a bed of rock. They have 
cleared sufficient ground to sow three bushels of oats between three settlers, who are 
thoe by permission of Messieurs Desherbiers and Provost. 

Pierre Teriau, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 58 years. Married to Mar- 
gneritte Gu^rin, native of the same place, aged 45 years. 

They have nine children, four sons and five daughters : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 24 years ; 

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Fabien, aged 10 years ; 
Brisset, aged 8 years ; 
Margueritte, aged 20 years ; 
Marie Madeleine, aged 19 years ; 
AQixe, aged 17 years ; 
Fran^ise, aged 12 years ; 

Gtonevi^ve, aged 4 years ; all natives of la Cadie. 
In live stock, they own : two oxen, four oows, one horse and six fowls. 
Joseph Teriaa, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 23 years. Married to Marie 
Godet, native of the same place, aged 24 years. They have a cow with calf and two 
fowls. 

Germain Teriau, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 47 years. Married to Cathe- 
rine Joseph Benoist, native of the same place, aged 40 years. 
They have ten children, four sons and six daughters : — 
Chrisostdme, aged 16 years ; 
Hilaire, aged 1 1 years ; 
Ambroise, aged 9 years ; 
Luc, aged 5 years ; 
Marie Joseph, aged 19 years; 
Anne, aged 17 years ; 
Marie Th^odose, aged 14 years ; 

Victoire, aged 9 years ; 

Isabelle, aged 7 years ; 

Fran9oise, aged 3 years ; all natives of la Cadie. 

They own the following live stock : three oxen, two cows, one calf, five pigs, two 
horses and a cock. 

On Michaelmas next they will have been two years in the colony, and have 
received rations for that time. 

The land on which they are settled was given them verbally by Messieurs 
Desherbiers and Provost. It is situated at Fausse baye but they have done scarcely 
any clearing. 

Pierre Gu^rin, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years. Married to Marie 
Joseph Bourg, native of the same place, aged 39 years. 

They have seven children, three sons and four daughters : — 

Pierre, aged 17 years ; 

Isidor, aged 13 years; 

IjOuis, aged 10 years ; 

Pelagie, aged 15 years; 

Luce, aged 8 years ; 

Gertrude, aged 6 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 3 years ; 

They have been in the colony 18 months and have been granted rations for 21 
months. They own in live stock : two cows, two pigs, six sheep, and three fowls. 

Marie Joseph Teriau, widow of the late Jean Benoist, native of la Cadie, aged 45 
years. 

She has seven children, four sons and three daughters : 

Joseph Benoist, aged 21 years; 

Baptiste, aged 1 3 years ; 

Jean Louis, aged 11 years ; 

Paul, aged 9 years ; 

Anne, aged 23 years ; 

Isabelle, aged 1 9 years ; 

Ossitte, aged 19 years. 

She has been in the country and received rations like others above mentioned. 

One sow and two fowls are all her live stock. 

Francois Teriau, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 49 years. Married to 
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They have eleven chiidren, four sons and seven daughters :-— 

Hem, aged 18 years ; 

Tbeodose, aged 10 years ; 

Cirille, aged 8 years ; 

Joseph, aged 2 years ; 

Marie, aged 22 years ; 

Margneritte, aged 20 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 1 6 years ; 

Isabelle, aged 14 years ; 

Perp^tue, aged 1 2 years ; 

Gertrude, aged 6 years ; 

Anne, a^i[ed 4 years. 

They will have been in the colony one year at the beginning of August next, and 
bve been given rations for nine months. 

live stock : seven oxen, nine cows, eleven sheep, one mare, three pigs and four 
fowls. 

They have not made an inch of clearing where they are, not having had time 
throQ^ change from one place to another. They are at Fausse Baye since the end of 
tbe month of September. They cut the hay for feeding their animals on the banks 
of the Barachois de Mordienne and of Fausse Bay. The quality of the land is similar 
to that at the Baye de Mordienne. 

The settlers will not be able to live unless given entire liberty to do what suits 
them best to preserve their subsistence. 

We left Fausse Baye on the 19th of the month of April and arrived the same day 
ftt the mouth of the river de ^ ir^. 

From Fausse Baye to the Bay of de Mir^ there is a bank of sand of about thirty to 
thirty-five toises in width to be crossed. 

THE BAYS DE MIR£. 

The true baye de Mir^ is formed by the Pointe Plate, lying to the north and by 
thePointede Catalogue to the south. Ft is estimated that these points lie north- 
Qorth-west by south-south-east, and that the distance from one to the other is half a 
leigue, whilst from the said Poitite Plate to the river de Mir^ is three quarters of a 
l«gne. In this distance several small creeks are found, which are very suitable for 
deUpcation of troops, without any risk of the movement being perceived from the site 
of the projected redoubt, which it is proposed to build on one of the points of the river 
de Miril A league from the river one strikes Pointe a Catalogue, at a point exactly 
opposite to the house of the Fathers of Charity. 

In all this part there is only a bank of sand lying along the front of the said house 
of the Fathers of Charity, upon which it would be possible for an enemy to effect 
* landing, and it must be taken into consideration that any such attempt would 
be discovered from the projected redoubt, which is not only very near this place 
bat stands on much higher ground. 

The Bay de Mir^ is half a league in depth, with a good depth of water in 
ftlmoet every part. Large vessels can anchor in twelve fathoms of water at only a 
^Wt distance from land, whilst boats and schooners can find three and four fathoms 
^J a hundred toises off the shore, and from a bar that lies before the mouth of 
^ river. Vessels can find shelter here from southerly to easterly winds, by lying 
Qoder the land on the west and north sides, whilst as a rule there is good anchorage . 
throughout the bay. 

As above stated the Riviere de Mir^ lies between the points Plate and Catalogue. 
It tikes its rise eight or nine leagues inland, and runs east and west. Vessels of the 
eapecity of 15 or 16 cords of wood, can ascend loaded with the produce of the 
coantry, which consists up to the present only of wooci, almost to the far end. 

I^e name of Baye of Mir^ is applied indifferently to the whole coast lying between 
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two points lie north-north west and south-south-east, at an estimated distance of two 
and a half leagues, and giving a circuit of five leagues. Fausse Bay is comprified in the 
stretch between the two capes; and is only a league distant from the Cap de Mordienne. 
So high and precipitous is the coast at the Cap de Mordienne that it is morally im- 
possible for ships to approach it without incurring great danger of being cast ^way 
both crew and cargo ; but as if to compensate for this, it is possible to make a very 
easy attack by way of the bank of sand at Fausse bay, which is at the dividing 
line of the two bays. Fausse bay is so called because it is in sight both of the Bay 
de Mir^ and the bank of sand. It lies at a distance of a league and a half from 
Pointe Plate, and whilst the coast on this side is not nearly so high as on the other, 
it is almost as inaccessible owing to a chain of rocks extending along the front. 

The true Baye de Mir^ is the barachois de Catalogue, which runs inland to the 
west for a league, and has an estimated breadth of 200 to 250 toises. It preserves the 
same 'width for half a league gradually widening towards the further end where it 
forms small isles and peninsula. At this end the Riviere k Durand Bows in from the 
north-west. Finally it is estimated that the distance from this barachois to Cap de 
Menadon is three quarters of a league. Several places were found where troops could 
be landed at any time and without risk. 

General Census. 

Generax^ Census of the Settlers at the Riviere de Mir^. 

Namely : — 

Jean Bte. Villedieu, carpenter, native of Grand ville, aged 58 years. Married 
to Catharine Grosset, native of St. Malo, aged 45 years. 

They have five sons : 

Nicolas, aged 1 7 years ; 

Jacques Cruchon, aged 1 7 years ; 

Laurent, aged 8 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 7 years ; 

Louis, aged 2 years : 

All natives of Louisbourg. 

Pierre Martin Villedieu, coaster, native of Petit Degra, aged 26 years. Married 
to Marie Perine Cruchon, native of St. Malo, aged 20 years. 

They have been granted rations for 18 months. 

They have in live stock one horse, three goats, and nine fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was given them verbally by Messieurs Des- 
herbiers and Provost. They have made a small clearing on it and would have made a 
larger if they had not been disturbed by a settler who had previously obtained it to 
mine coal. 

Pierre Varenne, ploughman, farmer for the Fathers Charity, . native of L#eon, 
aged 40 years. Married to Madeleine La Bauve, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years. 

They have three daughters : 

Ang^lique, aged 6 years ; 

Marie, aged 4 years ; 

Joseph, aged 2 years. 

In live stock they own two oxen, ten cows, three calves, nine sheep, three pigs, 
three ducks and twenty -one fowls. 

The farm of the Fathers Charity was originally one league in extent, but they 
obtained from Messieurs de St. Ovide and de M^zy an addition of three leagues which 
makes a homestead of four leagues square and they have had their farmers make a 
clearing of about sufficient extent to allow of the sowing of three barrels of oata and a 
bushel of wheat. They have their hay cut on the banks of the river. 

Jean Guillaume, ploughman, native of Laitoure, bishopric of Auch, aged 32 years. 
Married to Marie Boila, native of Busset, bishopric of Lerou, aged 31 years. 

They have Catherine, aged 6 years, and Andr^ Durocher, their partner, native of 
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They have been in the colony since the surrender of the place by the English, and 
hftre been given rations tor three years. 

In live stock, they own one cow, twelve fowls and three ducks. 

Thfi land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs 
DesberbierB and Provost. 

It is sitaated on the creek k Dion. They have cleared land for sowing one barrel 
of oats. Their pasturage is on the Pointe k Dion. 

Laurent Lhermitte, ploughman, native of Coutances, aged 37 years. Married to 
Mine Ren^ Bertrand. native of la Baleine, aged 28 years. 

They have two sons : — 

Fran9ois, aged 7 years. 

Pierre, aged 15 months. 

He has been in the colony 22 years, and has been given rations for two years. 

The land they occupy was given to them verbally by Messieurs Desherbiers and 
Pr^roet in 1 750, and is situated on the Pointe au Razoir, where he has been promised 
twelre arpents fronting the river in consideration of land he had at Porte Dauphina 
which has been taken by the king. He has not yet done any clearing. 

Marie Le Borgne, widow of the late Jean Bertrand. Hoping to settle on the 
riTer de Mir^ she is wintering here with all her family. 

Laurent Soly, ploughman, native of Spain, aged 33 years. Married to Jeanne 
Leeayer, native of Louisbourg, aged 22 y^ars. 

They have two sons : — 

Antoine Thomas, aged 2 years ; 

Uiurent Soly, aged 4 months ; 

They have been granted rations for three years which is about the' time they have 
been m the colony. 

The land they occupy was given them verbally by M. lo Comte de Raymond at the 
time of his visit to Mir^. They have made no clearing, not having had time to work 
At it before the snow fell. They have been granted rations for three years. 

Jean Tesse, coaster, native of Cap Freel, bishopric of St. Brieux, aged 53 years. 
Carried to Marie Bodard, native of La Cadie, 40 years. 

They have six children, five sons and one daughter : — 

Pierre, aged 23 years ; 

Jean, aged 15 years ; 

Baptiste, aged 14 years ; 

Etienne, aged 1 3 years ; 

Servant, aged 4 years ; 

Marie, i^ed 8 years. 

They own the following live stock : one cow with calf, four fowls, and one bateau. 

They have been given two years* rations. 

The land on which they are settled was given to him verbally by Messieurs 
Desherbiers and Prevost. It is situated near the Isle de la Conf^rance. He has made 
A piece of fallow land of six or seven arpents in extent, and a small clearing for a 
gwden. 

Jean Mariad^, ploughman, native of La Chapelle, aged 52 years. Married to 
Madeleine Benoist, native of la Cadie, aged 44 years. 

They have eleven children, six sons and five daughters. 

Jean, aged 23 years ; 

Pierre, aged 17 years; 

Francois, aged 13 years ; 

Michel, aged 11 years ; 

Jean Lucas, aged 9 years ; 

Joseph, aged 6 years ; 

Marie, aged 24 years ; 

Marie Madeleine, aged 10 years ; 

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Modesto, aged one year, all natives of la Cadie, ^ith the exception of the laat, irho 
was born at St. Pierre. 

They have been given rations for two years. They have no dwelling and no live 
stock. They are wintering in the house of one Tess^. 

Mathurin Le Faucheux, ploughman, native of the parish of Jenelay, bishopric of 
Angers, aged 50 years. Married to Genevieve Meran, aged 54 years, native of la 
Chevroti^re, bishopric of Quebec. 

We have one son and one daughter : — 

Guillaunie, aged 16 years; 

Marie Louise Ang^lique, aged 12 years ; 

Guillaume Fromant, their nephew, native of La Fl^he, bishopric of Augers, aged 
14 years. 

Mathurin Charboneau, engaged for one year as a domestic, native of Tr^montier, 
bishopric of Poitiers, aged 21 years. He intends settling in the colony. 

They own the following live stock : four pows, three calves, two sheep, four lambs, 
three ducks, seven fowls, and one skiff. . 

He has been given two years rations. 

The land he occupies was given to him by a deed of grant by Messieurs de St Ovide 
and Le Normand in 1734. Th^ extent of the la^id is defined as being from the Isle de 
la Ck>nf^rance to the creek of Charroy. The land between these two places, north and 
south belong to him for half a league in depth. He had made a very large piece of 
^llow land and a clearing where he might sow at least eight barrels of seed com if he 
had men and oxen to work with. Before the war he always sowed a barrel of oats, 
which returned him a yearly average of twelve for one ; a peck of buckwheat which 
returned him fifteen to one, a plot of peas which always yielded ten to one, a peck of 
beans which usually gave fifteen for one, but with wheat he has never succeeded 
well. He has a meadow which was granted him at the same time as his homestead, 
the title deed of which he lost in the last war. It is situated to the north, quarter 
north-west of his land, and on it he can cut enough hay to feed eight head of cattle. 

Jean Pierre St. Gla, pioughman, native of St. Fristre, bishopric of Castres, ag^ed 
30 years. Married to Jeanne de la Bonne, native of Begnac, aged 30 years. 

They have Catherine their daughter, aged 1 1 months. 

The land on which they are settled was given them by M. le comte de Raymond at 
the time of his journey to Mir^. They made a large piece of fallow land during 
the winter, where they will sow oats. It is situated on a point that juts far into the 
river forming a peninsula. 

Joseph Gracia, ploughman, native of Lerocgue, bishopric of Bucaye, aged 34 
years. Married to Marie Depontigue, native of Dourescan, bishopric of Bayonne, 
aged 32 years. 

The land on which they are settled was given verbally to them by M. le comte de 
Raymond. He has worked on it pretty well since he is on it. They have been given 
rations for two years, which is the time they have been in the colony. 

Luc Le Chene, ploughman^ native of Bordeaux, aged 34 years. Married to Laarens 
Seigneux, native of Dinan, aged 36 years. 

He has been in the country two yearu and been given rations for eight months. 

The land on which he is to build is situate on the Grande Pointe. He has not 
wintered there to do any clearing. 

Th^r^ Gruneau, widow of the late Guillaume Brebel, native of Plandieu, bishop- 
ric of Dol, aged 32 years. 

The land she occupies was given to her verbally by Mo3sieurs Desherbiers and 
Provost. Her late husband made a small clearing on it. 
She has one hen and two ducks. 

Ignace Tallement, ploughman, native of Pragues, aged 26 years. Married to 
Esperchy, native of Bordeaux, aged 22 years. 
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Marie Catherine, aged 1 year. 

He has been two years in the country and has been given rations for that time. 

The land on which he is settled was given him verbally by Monsieur le comte de 
RayiDond. He has made a small clearing where he can sow small quantities of oats 
Mid turnips. 

Julien Bourneuf, ploughman, native of Medrillac, bishopric of 8t. Malo, aged 36 
years. Married to Jeanne Guedry, native of la Cadie, a^ed 27 years. 

They have four daughters : — 

Anne, aged 1 2 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 9 years ; 

Julienne, aged 7 years ; 

S<^hie, aged 5 years. 

Joseph Guedry, his brother-in-law, native of la Cadie, aged 17 years. Renee 
Guillaame, his sister, native of the parish of Argence, aged 20 years. 

He owns in live stock : one pig and three fowls. He is in the colony three years, 
and has been given rations for that time. 

The land on which he is settled is situated to the east of the dwelling place of 
Monsieur de la Borde, treasurer to the colony ; it was given to him verbally by 
Mesaienrs Desherbiers and Provost. He has made a good clearing in which he can 
sow two pecks of oats. 

Pierrre Courtiau, ploughman, native of the parish of Monmorency, bishopric of 
Dax, aged 31 years. Married to Marie Oortien, native of La Rochelle, aged 38 years. 

They have a son of two months who has not. been named. 

Pierre la Cane, native of Bordeaux, aged 22 years, engaged for one year in their 
fervice, who intends settling in the colony. 

They own in live stock one cow, one bull, one pig and six fowls. 

The land in which he is settled belongs to Monsieur de la Borde. 'He has only 
been there since last autumn, and has made a small piece of fallow land and a clearing 
for a garden. He is in the colony two years, and has been given rations for the said 
two years. 

Fran9oi8 Gouret^ ploughman, farmer for Monsieur de la Borde, native of the Parish 
of Provezien, bishopric of Grenoble, aged^ 22 years. He is not fit to enter the militia. 
Married to Toinette Eviard, of the same parish, aged 23 years. 

They have Th^r^se, their daughter, aged 18 months. 

Jean Eu, engaged in the capacity of a domestic until the end of the month, native 
of St. Malo, aged 50 years. He is a fisherman by calling. 

They will have been in the colony two years at the end of August next, and have 
bem given rations for the said time. He has in all made a piece of fallow land and a 
deariog where he can sow a peck of oats. 

Fran9ois Chalot, ploughman, farmer for Monsieur de la Borde, native of Caen, 
btihoprie of Bayeux, aged 49 years. Married to Marie Tan^re, native of Giandville, 
biahoprtc of Coutances, aged 42 years. 

They have Jean, their son, aged 22 years. 

Pierre Comere, native of Bayeux, aged 27 years, engaged for one year, and 
intenda settling in the colony. 

He has made a large piece of fallow land and a clearing of three arpents in extent, 
where he intends to sow all sorts of grains experimentally to see which answer best. 
He is in this country three years and has been given rations for that time. 

Jftoqoes Guilant, ploughman, farmer for Monsieur de la Borde, native of the parish 
of Bane Mer, bishopric of Nantes, aged 52 years. 

He is a partner with one named S^bastien Boumeuf, native of Combourg, aged 39 
jtart. 

Tbej have four cows, one bull, three calves of this year. 

Tliej have made a large piece of fallow land and a clearing to sow a barrel of 
wheat. 

From three bushels of wheat they sowed last year they have harvested one barrel 
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two bushels of oats they have gathered a barrel and a half, a retam of seveDteen to 
one. 

Mathurin Donin, ploughman, native of Nantes, parish of St. Nicolas, aged 47 
years. Married to Marie Catherine Courte, native of Daste, in Italy, aged 37 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : 

Mathieu, aged 5 years. « 

Louis Mathurin, aged 4 months. 

Christine, aged 2 years. 

They are in the colony two years, and have been given rations for that time. 

The land on which they are has been sold to them by widow Mathurin Geroiiain. 
They have made fallow land and a clearing of no great extent for a garden. 

Jean Chapin, ploughman, native of Amboise, bishopric of Tours, aged 32 years. 
Married to Catherine Robert, widow of the late Jean Oerat, native of la Cadie, aged 
57 years. 

They have two daughters : 

Jeanne Gerat, aged 16 years. 

Catherine, aged 14 years. 

In live stock they own, three cows, one horse, two pigs and six fowls. 

In the month of August next, they will have been in the colony three years, and 
have received rations for two years. 

The laud on which they are settled was given to them by Messieurs Desherbiers 
and Provost by a deed which has been lost. They have made a clearing to sow 
cabbage and turnips. 

Jacques Chemin, ploughman, native of the parish of Dumeny Brion, bishopric of 
Sez, aged 37 years. Married to Fran9oise Ange, native of St. Pierre d'Ol^ron, aged 27 
years. 

They have one daughter, Jeanne Chemin, aged six months. 

The said Jacques Chemin intends settling on the river if the King will give him 
three years rations. He has received his pardon as a deserter from the troops. 

We left the farther end of the Baye de Mir^ on the 9th April for Isle de Scatarj, 
arriving there the same day. 

The channel de Mensidon is formed by the west point of the Isle de Scatarj, and 
by the Cap de Menadon. It is navigated by several routes, the channel being the one 
where the traveller has to decide which is te be taken. Coasters of the country on 
leaving Louisburg take the corrected course east-south-east until they have cleared the 
Cap de Portanove, which lies to the east quarter south-east of the entrance of the Port 
of Louisbourg. 

Navigators familiar with these waters know that from the time they sight the 
channel of Menadon, they steer for the Cap au Nord until the Pointe aux Chats is west. 
This point lies in the harbour of Menadon, and is visible at a considerable distance as it 
stands boldly out into the bay. When sailors sight this point they make a north-west 
course in order to make the channel of Menadon, and hold the same course until they 
double the two islets lying in the channel, and coasting that lying vo the starboard, 
leaving the cape to the north-west. This is the best channel. That to larboard must 
not be taken as is surrounded with shoals. After having doubled the two islets, one 
must take a westerly course in order to enter the Bay de Mire, and a north-easterly one 
to double Cap de Mordienne. 

On the 12th day of the month of October in the year 1750, a vessel, named the 
Grand Saint Esprit, owned by the Sr. Rodrigue, shipowner of La Rochelle, commanded 
by the Sr. Coinrdet, and chartered by the King, beingunable to make the port of Louisbourg 
owing to contrary winds, was obliged to seek refuge in the bay of Mir^. On the 1 3th 
day of the month, the wind having veered to the north-east, anchors were weighed and 
and top-sails set. It was a question whether she could make the passage by the channel 
of Mdnadon. Not an officer on board was familiar with the coast. 

The' captain asked M. Dolabarras if he believed very great danger would be incurred 
in attempting the passage ; and was told in reply that that gentleman had made the 
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prepared to make the attempt. He kept two men constantly heaving the lead, the one 
in the port and the other on the staboard, and had the lines thrown alternately so that 
there voald always be one in the water. At first he held to the east for a quarter of a 
feagae, finding twelve fathons of water, and then they made to the south-east, but did 
90 too soon to make the passage de Menadon. This obliged them to hug the islet lying 
off the shore of Isle Royale too closely, but the vessel, drawing 13 to 14 feet of water, 
passed in three fathons ; instead of having as she might have in other places from seven 
to nine fathoms. Those familiar with the locality know their whereabouts as soon as 
Gap de Mordienne lies to the north north-east, and it is then that they change their 
course to south-east certain of being in safe water. 

ISLE OF SCATARY. 

The Isle of Scatary is suitable only for cod fishery. The situation is one of the 
best for trade, but, unfortunately, the ports and harbours are not safe. It lies in the 
«a opposite to Menadon. It is estimated to be two leagues in length, lying east and 
weet with a breadth, north and south of half a league. Generally speaking the island 
is a mere rock. The nature of the ground varies, two kinds of soil being found. The 
ooe is wet and tenacious, and the other partakes of the character of marl. It is not by 
ftny means wooded, and there is no hard wood on it, neither is there fir or any 
description of pine suitable for the building of the platforms and scaffoldings, that are 
used on the island. The settlers have to bring their wood from the lands on the river 
Mir^ or from thoee of the barachois de Catalogue which are near them. 

THE GREAT AND THE LITTLE HARBOURS OP SCATARY. 

The great and little harbours of Scatary are but one, all the difference being that 
rewiela anchor in the great harbour, whilst in the little -not even a skiff could enter at 
low tide without risk of being cast away on the reefs and shoals which are strewn over 
the whole bottom of the harbour. They are both formed by headlands to the north- 
east or by the islets of Scatary and the headlands of the south-west which front each 
c4her The harbours lie north-east by south-west. It is estimated that the headlands 
we a good league distant from each other, and that the harliour is a quarter of a league 
in depth. In this area and in the same point of the compass at a distance of a quarter 
of a league from the easterly headland lies a small islet, some 500 or 550 toises in length 
called the Isle de la Trera blade or Isle aux Coucous. This islet is 100 to 150 toises in 
vidth, and on it, long before the late war a number of people engaged in cod fishing. 
They have now wholly abandoned it, and there are no other people offering to go there 
to settle. It seems moie suitable for fishing with vessels than with boats. 

The portion which is called the great harbour is formed by the headlands to the 
Dorth-east and the islets of Scatary ; by the headland to the northeast of the Isle de la 
Tmnblade, and by a third point formed by a huge bank of sand, lying to the north- 
vttt of the entrance 200 toises from the Isle de la Tremblade. 

The entrance lies east and we^jt, and has from 15 to 16 feet of water at high tide. 
One is obliged to coast the point or islets on the north east, in order to avoid running 
ft^ihore on the coast of the islet which runs far out into the entrance. Vessels having 
oaee passed the entiance run no risk, but can anchor in the harbour in four to five 
fsihonas of water and sheltered from all winds. In addition the anchorage is good. 

The littlo harbour is formed by the headland on the south-west of the Isle de la 
Tremblade, by the point on the south-west of the harbour and by that on the north- 
VTSt of the entrance of the great harbour on an alignment drawn from the headland on 
the sooth- west of the Isle de la Tremblade to that on the south-west of the said harbour. 
About equidistant between these two points lies an islet visible at all states of the tide 
which may be about 20 to 25 tois&s in extent. It is surrounded by a large number of 
reefs and shoals, so that in bad weather and even at high water, vessels dare not risk 
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Before the last war ten homesteads had beea granted in the neighbourhood of this 
harbour, part being granted by patent and part verbally. These ten concessionaires 
have appropriated to their own use all the land around the harbour, under the pretext 
that their concessions were not delimited, and that their deeds prescribed no limits to 
their lapds. Meantime it is certain that when these concessions are delimited there 
will be sufficient land on which to locate ten other settlers with ground for the erection 
of sheds for drying the fish from five boats apiece. 

OBNBRAL CENSUS OF THE SETTLERS ON THE GREAT HARBOUR OF THE ISLE DB SCATART. 

Pierre Cezard Alexandre Le Grand, fisherman, native of the coast of Plaisance, aged 
70 years. Married to Madeleine Diars, native of Newfoundland, aged 58 years. 

They have been in the colony since 1715, and have been given rations for two years. 

They havie three sons and two daughters : — 

Georges Le Grand, aged 26 yeai^ ; 

Guy Alexandre, aged 21 years ; 

Louis, aged 19 years; 

Marie, aged 22 years ; 

Louise, aged 17 years; 

Mathurin Guillot, in the capacity of a domestic, native of Madrignac, bishopric of 
St. Brieux, aged 17 years. 

He owns two boats and eight fowls. 

The concession of this fishery was given him by Messieurs de Ck>stebelle and de 
Sou bras in 1715, and includes ground on which to make drying sheds for the fish of 
six bonts. 

Julien Jourdan, fisherman, native of Jean Servan (?) bishopric of Avranches, aged 
35 years. He is in the colony 16 years, and is married to Marie Phelipeau, native of 
the country, aged 25 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : — 

Jean, aged 5 years ; 

Julien, aged 1 year ; 

Marie, aged 3 years ; 

Guillaume Rub^ fisherman, native of St. Martin des Champs, bishopric of Av- 
ranches, aged 35 years. 

He owns two boats, two cows, and seven fowls. 

The land on which he is settled is situated at, the farther end of the great 
harbour, between the grounds of Pierre Le Grand and one Philipot. It vras 
granted before the war to the late Jean Durand, whose heirs have never yet presented 
themselves to take possession of the land. 

Monsieur Provost has given it to him on condition that if the heirs of the deceased 
present themselves he will give them possession. * 

Jean Philipot, fisherman, native of Laide, bishopric of Ck>utance8, aged 50 years. 
Married to Julienne Bassin, native of St. Michel des Loups, bishopric of A vranches, aged 
35 years. He is in the colony 36 years. 

They have seven children : — 

Bazile, aged 24 years ; 

Jean, acred 22 years ; 

Guillaume Jean, aged 20 years ; 

Guy Adrien, aged 20 years ; 

Gabriel, aged 18 years ; 

The other two are in France with their mother. 

He owns one skiff, one boat, and five fowls. 

ANCE DARANB0UR6. 

Ance Daranbourg lies on the north coast of the Isle of Scatary. It is formed by 
the Pointe Darambourg, on the east side, and by the Pointe des deux Chemin^es on the 
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from any winds except from those that come over the land from the isle. It is only 
large enough for two settlers. 

OKNBRAL CENSUS OP THE SETTLERS OP ANCE DARANBOURG. 

Le Sr. Silvain Jean Semidon Gation, surgeon, native of St. Servan, bishopric of 
St. Malo, aged 26 yearn. Married to Fran9oise Faye, native of Bordeaux, of the parish 
of St. Loy, aged 32 years. 

They have three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the said Pointe Daranbourg. 
Tbey have made a small clearing on it. 

Marie Borgne, widow of the late Jean Na&guety, native of the coast of Plaisance, 
aged 54 yeara. 

She has two sons and one daughter : 

Thomas Nauguety, aged 17 years ; 

Gabriel, aged 16 years; 

Marie, aged 14 years. 

She owns one boat and six fowls. 

Thomas Poir^e, fisherman, native of Messy do Roy, bishopric of Coutances, aged 
33 years. Married to Marie Vincent, native of Scatary, aged 25 years. 

They have Marie Poir^ their daughter, aged 19 months. 

They employ four thirty-six months men. 

Jean Rabi^ native of Ray, aged 20 years ; 

Etienne Tutier, native of Dompierre, en Annis, aged 1 9 years. 

Boosseau, aged 18 years, who does not know where he is from. 

Jean Michel, native of Rochefort, aged 21 years. 

These men complete their time in the month of June next and are thinking of re- 
m&ining in the country. 

He owns three boats and four fowls. 

Charles Philbert, fisherman, native of la Belli^re, bishopric of Coutances, aged 33 
TetTP. Married to Michel B6rny, native of Scatary, aged 26 years. 

They have three sons and one daughter : 

Jean, aged 6 years. 

Pierre, aged 4 years. 

And the third, aged 3 months, is not named. 

Marie, aged 2 years. 

Living with him are three of his brothers and one sister : 

Joseph Borny, aged 30 years. 

Colas Borny, ag«i 19 years. 

Thomas, aged 18 years. 

.\nne, aged 25 years. 

He has two fishery partners : 

Pierre Perron, native of la Belli^re, aged 22 years. 

Jean Le Gras, native of Laval, bishopric of St. Brieux, aged 25 years. 

He employs two thirty-six months men : r""^"^ 

Guillaume Beurrier, native of the bourg of Villedieu, bishopric ofj^Coutances, aged 
17 years. ^ T'*^ , ^,^ 

Francois Beurrier, his brother, aged 15 years. .J ;^ , 

These men are to remain in the colony. [Hj '^^*'^-' >"^"j '""1 

He owns four boats, one yawl, two sheep and eight fowls. / '^^^'-^ • J =3j 

Pierre Le Berteau, fisherman, native of Plaisance, aged 48 years. Married to Jean 
Borny, native of the same place, aged 57 years. They are seven years in the colony. 

They have four sons and one daughter : — 

Charles Sabot, aged 35 years ; 

>Barthelemy Sabot, aged 25 years ; 

Alexis Sabot, aged 20 years ; 

Pierre Le Berieau, aged 12 years ; 

Anne Sabot, aged 16 years. 
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Living with them are Rene^ Camer, their mother, aged 102 years. Michel 
Chaineau, native of Angoul^me, aged 20 years, engaged in the capacity of a domestia 
He counts on remaining in the colony 3 to 4 years. 

He owns one skiff of the capacity often cords of wood, one cow with calf, one sheep 
and thirteen fowls. 

Antoine Sabot, fisherman, native of Cap de Rey, aged 29 years. Married to Jeanne 
Le Grand, native of Scatary, aged 23 years. 

They have J eanne, their daughter, aged 3 months. 

He owns two boats and five fowls. 

Ouillaume Le Marshal, fisherman, native of Carolle, bishopric of Avranches, 
aged 40 years. Married to Jeanne Sabot, native of Cap Breton, aged 30 years. 

They have six children, two sons and four daughters. 

Guillaume, aged 7 years ; 

Jean Marc, aged 3 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 12 years ; 

Anne, aged 10 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 8 years ; 

Marie, aged one year. 

He owns one boat. 

Jean Dubarbier, fisherman, native of Bayonne, aged 34 years. Married to Marie 
Sabot, aged 24 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : 

Jean, aged 6 months ; 

Marie Jeanne, aged 3 years. 

He has one yawl to sell, and three fowls. 

Sebastia Fond, fisherman, native of St. Vincent de Piros, bishopric of D'Ax, 
aged 40 years, in the colony 20 years. Married to Guillemette Sabot, native of Cap de 
R^, aged 27 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : — 

Sebastia La Fond, aged 10 years ; 

Antoine, aged 3 years ; 

Guillemette, aged one year. 

He has six fowls. 

Louis Grandville, fisherman, native of Calais, aged 35 years, in the colony 25 years. 
Married to Michelle Sabot, native of Cap de Re, aged 24 years. 

They have three sons : — 

Louison, aged 4 years ; 

Barthelemy, aged 3 years ; 

Jean, aged one year. 

Pierre Trely, native of the parish of la Belli^re, bishopric of Coutances, aged 22 
years, lives with them in the capacity of a domestic. He thinks of settling in the 
country. 

They have one boat, one yawl, three sheep and four fowls. 

All these settlers are without dwelling places at the fishery with the exception of 
Poir^e and Philbert who are settled on the Pointe Darambourg by verbal permission of 
Messieurs Desherbiers and Prevost. The others hope to establish themselves on the 
harbour of Chetecamps ; at present they make their home in the woods. The settlers 
of the lele de Scatary in general have had rations for two years. 

ANCE DB BELLEFEUILLB. 

The Ance de Bellefeuille is situated on the same coast of the Isle de Scatary as tibe 
preceding. It is much more exposed to gales than that of Darambourg. 

There are settled : 

Jean Nicolas de Malvillen, native of St. Male, aged 48 years. Married to Made- 
leine Durand, native of Scatary, aged 37 years. 

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Jean, aged 18 years ; 

Seirant) aged 15 years ; 

Charles, aged 1 1 years ; 

BazOe, aged 10 years ; 

Barth^lemy, aged 8 years ; 

Adrien, aged 5 years ; 

The seirenth is not named ; 

Elizabeth, aged 19 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 12 years ; 

Jeanette, aged 4 years ; 

Madeleine, aged 2 years. 

Living with him is Pierre Brontin, native of Prouvale, bishopric of St. Malo, 
a^ 22 years, engaged for 36 months and who has still two years to complete his time. 
He thinks of settling in the colony. 

He has three fishery partners who neither know their names or where they are 
frooL 

He owns diree boats and five fowls. 

MENADON. 

Tlie harbour of Menadon is suitable for the cod fishery and the lands are fertile in 
pMtnre. It is formed of the point by the north-east of Menadon and by the Pointe au 
Chus. They lie north-west and south-east, and are estimated to be half a league dis- 
tant from each other, the depth of the harbour running west-south-west and east-north- 
flvt being another half league. In the farthest recess of the harbour are several creeks. 
Fraoi the said Pointe aux Chats running to the east-south-east extends a bar a good 
qarter of a league in length with a breadth of 100 to 150 toises. Mariners distrust it 
Bvcfa because it is so steep and there is little water in it. The best anchorage in the 
Wboor is between an islet and the bar aux Chats. This islet is situated nearly in the 
middle of harbour and is seen at all states of the tide. Vessels anchor off it in four and 
five fathoms of water and are sheltered from the winds generally ; that most to be feared 
being from the north-east, and even this is broken by the north-east point of harbour. 

Census. 

Census of the settlers of the bay of Menadon : 

Remy Bussac, ploughman, native of Angoul^me, aged 39 years. 

He has one ox, one cow with calf, and eight fowls. 

He lives on land belonging to Madame Carrerot. 

We left the harbour of Menadon on the 13th of April, and reached the harbour de 
b fitleine the same day. 

On leaving the harbour of Menadon, and after doubling la pointe aux Chats, the 
creek of that name is reached. This creek, as well as the creek aux Cannes which ad- 
joins it, but runs further into the interior of Tile Royale, is formed by the Pointe aux 
Chati and the Cap de Portanovo, These points lie north and south at an estimated 
dstanoe from each other of two leagues. It is found that the ance aux Chats is im- 
pncticable by sea, owing to the chains of rocks existing there, but on the other hand, 
the ance aox Cannes is well suited for effecting a landing, and for the anchorage of 
Teneis. These ve&sels lie under the lea of the Isle aux Cannes, sheltered from easterly 
»ftd south-south-easterly winds. The Isle aux Cannes lies in the middle of the creek of 
t^ name, and is estimated to be 200 to 300 toises in length and 150 to 200 in breadth. 
The clear channel is on that on the north of this isle, that on the south side being im- 
pvnble even for boats. A li^rge bank of sand, well adapted to the drying of codfish, 
list across the further end of this harbour. The creek is so situated as to be better 
noted to cod-fishing by means of vessels than by boats, though on the beach at the 
firther end of the harbour of la Baleine, there is a road of an estimated length of about 
t qaarter of a league, not altogether impracticable to foot passengers, but good for all 
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kinds of beasts of burden. The reason of this is that over the whole of this part of the 
country there is a layer of peat, in some phices ten to fifteen feet in thickness, and in 
others so thick that it cannot be measured. 

The distance between the Cap de Portanove, and the pointe a deux Doighte, lying 
at the entrance to the harbour de la Baleine is placed at one league. The Cape and 
pointe lie south-east by north-west. 

Between these points we found no creek, nor any place suitable for putting men 
ashore. The coast is strewn with shoals and reefe. A channel runs between Cap de 
Portanove and the land, but though it is a quarter of a league in length it is not con- 
sidered safe even for a boat to navigate. 

Thb Harbour of la Balbinb. 

The harbour of la Baleine is only suitable for the cod-fishing industry. It is 
formed by the pointe k Deux Doights lying to the north, and the pointe a Marooche 
lying to the south. They lie west-north-west and east-south-east at an estimated dis- 
tance of 400 toises, one from the other. 

Two large rocks, which when seen from a distance resemble whales and were so 
named, lie immediately in the centre of the entrance. These two whales are left to the 
larboard in entering, but they can be safely passed quite closely owing to their preci- 
pitous character, whilst between lies a safe channel for a boat. Between the two 
whales and the pointe k Marooche there is a channel good only for a boat, and in fine 
weather. Only merchantmen of not more than 200 tons burden can enter the harbour 
de la Baleine. The channel by which one enters turns to many points of the coodpass. 
Vessels that enter have three feet of water in which to anchor, and can have the same 
depth even in the further end of the bay, and are sheltered from nearly every wind. 
The harbour runs north-east by south-west for a distance of some 800 toises inland. 

General Census. 

General Census of the settlers of la Baleine. 

Louis Gascot, fisherman, native of Vins, bishopric of Avranches, aged 50 years. 
Married to Jeanne Desroches, native of St. Qua, bishopric of St. Brieux, aged 30 
years. 

They have Marie their daughter aged 9 months. 

They employ nine men for the fishing, and have five boats, one barque, three sheep 
with their lambs and ten fowls. 

The fishery concession that he occupies was sold him by the heirs of the late 
Georges Tasson for the sum of one hundred quintals of cod, and includes ninety toises 
fronting the shore of the harbour ; the depth is not defined. 

Marie Ostando, widow of the late Thomas Tompigue, aged 60 ye^rs. 

She has with her four sons and two orphans : — 

Andr^ Tompigue, native of the place, aged 32 years, widower of the late C^ile his 
wife, by whom he had : — 

Etienne Andr^, their son, aged 9 months ; 

Etienne Tompigue, native of the country, aged 30 years, married to Marguerite 
Jean Tesse, native of St. Pierre, aged 21 years. 

Thomas Pierre Tompigue, aged 24 years ; 

Pierre Fran9ois Tompigue, aged 22 years ; 

Pierre Bertrand, aged 19 years, unfit to bear arms ; 

Catherine Bertrand, aged 10 years ; all natives of la Baleine. 

He owns a schooner of the capacity of eight cords of wood, and four fowls. 

The land occupied by them was granted to them by patent of the court, dated the 
24th June, 1718. It contains 60 toises front by 25 in depth. There are on it beaches 
and scaffolding for drying the fish of three boats. 

Andr^ Paris fisherman, native of the parish of BrouiUant, bishopric of Auch, aged 
40. Married to Perrine Dupont, native of Baleine, aged 33 years. 

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Andr^ Paris, aged 9 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 4 years ; 

Francois, aged 3 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 6 months ; 

Marie, aged 14 years, all natives of la Baleine. 

Th^ employ one thirty six months man who finishes his time during the present 
DOQth of April, Claude Rousset, native of Bourges, aged 24 years. 

MoDsienr Imbert, works his fishery with four boats of his own. He must ascertain 
the umee and number of his fishermen. 

The land of their fishery concession, situated on a beach which lies in the harbour, 
k for the fish of six boats and was granted to them by Messieurs de St. Ovide and de 
Smbris in 1715. It contains 100 toises fronting the sea shore with a depth of thirteen 
toises. There are on it two platforms, a beach and scaffolding for drying the fish of six 
boatfli He has but one yawl with which he followed the fishing last year. 

They own : one cow, one ewe, one boat and fourteen fowls. 

He seeks a grant of an aditional 50 toises frontage, which have never been granted 
to anjoae and which he has improved. 

Catherine Crosselin, widow of the late Jean des Roches, native of la Baleine, aged 
30 Tears. 

She has left no children and lives with le Sr. Paris, her brother-in-law. 

Jacques Le Toumeur, fisherman, native of the parish of St. Jean des Champs, 
bbhopric of Contances, aged 70 yeara. Married to Catherine Roger, native of Sirance, 
biB^>ric of Coutanoes, aged 75 years. They are settled in the colony since 1720. 

They have Jean Philippe Guigoit, aged 9 years, their little grandson. 

Hiey employ nine fisherman : — 

, native of the parish of Getary, bishopric of Bayonne, aged 

66 years. 

Jalian Le Perchoix, native of the parish of Roulont, bishopric of Avranches, 
«H 56 years. 

Pkrre Le Marshal, native of the parish of Chateauneuf, bishopric of St. Malo, 
^26 years. 

Antoine Paris, native of the parish of Neudenenry, bishopric of Coutances, aged 
38 years. 

Francois Auger, native of the parish of St. Pierre de Lanzy, bishopric of 
Arrinches, aged 25 years. 

Mathieu Arieux, native of the parish of Gatary, aged 54 years. 

Martin Martigon, native of the parish of St. P^re, aged 22 yeais. 

Martin Chaud, native of the parish of Gatary, bishopric of Baypnne, aged 21 

Pierre Desmalet, native of the parish of St. P^re, aged 22 years. 

He owns two boats and four fowls. 

The land in their homestead is situated on a creek at the farther end of their home- 
^*«i It was granted to them by Messieurs de St. Ovide and Le Normand in 1733. 
^W are on it platforms, beaches and scaffoldings for drying the fish of four boats. 

Le Sr. Pierre Le Cerf, native of Dinan, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 37 years, 
^^^t^ Surgeon. Married to Therese Grandin, native of L'Indienne, aged 30 years. 
B« has been in the colony since 1730. 

They have four children, two sons and two daughters : — 

Pierre, aged 10 years ; 

Clement, aged 4 years ; 

Amie, aged 12 years ; 

Marie Jeanne, aged 18 months. 

One domestic, named Julien Poulien, native of the parish of St. Target de Sena, 
''^•^ffic of Avranches, aged 22 years. He is going to follow the fishery this year at 
*WaiDe Dupont's, of Laurenbec. He owns five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled has never been granted to anyone. It is 
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verbal permission from Messieurs Desherbiers and Prevost. He has built a house there 
and cleared a piece of ground for a small garden as well as a swamp in front for a 
meadow. 

Le Sr. Daguar^t carries on the fishery here with six boats and thirty fishermen. 

We left the Harbour de la Baleine on the 15th of the month of April, taking road 
for the harbour of Laurenbec and arrived there the same day. 

The distance between the pointe a Marcoche lying to the south and point Bordiea 
lying to the south-east of the harbour of Laurenbec is placed at a quarter of a league, 
wherein there is only one large creek which can be ascended by boats and barges. 
This creek is strewn with reefs and shoals visible at all tides, whilst the remainder of 
the coast is impracticable in every respect. 

THR HARBOUR OF LITTLE LAURENBEC. 

This harbour is scarcely suitable for the cod fishery. In runs inland a quarter of 
a league in a north-north-westerly direction. The harbour is in the form of a ri?er. 
The breadth is irregular but is averaged at 60 toises. It is formed by a point to the 
south-east of the harbour, and by that of Michel Vallet lying to the west north-west 
The distance between these points is placed at not more than 100 toises at most. 

A large rock visible at all states of the tide lies almost in the middle of the chan- 
nel. It is left to starboard in entering, and vessels hug the shore of the pointe de 
Michel Vallet. The entrance lies north and south, and the heaviest vessels that can 
enter the harbour are merchantmen of a capacity of 200 tons at most. 

CENSUS OF THE SETTLERS AT LAURENBEC. 

Pierre Le Tourneur, fisherman, native of the parish of St Aubin des Preaux, 
bishopric of Goutances, settled in this country for twenty years, aged 41 years. Married 
to Marie Prieur, native of St. Malo, aged 31 years. 

They have six daughters : — 

Guillmette Vallet, aged 16 years ; 

Marie Vallet, aged 14 years ; 

Perrine, aged 10 years ; 

Genevieve Le Tourneur, aged 8 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 6 years ; 

Perrine, aged 18 months. 

He owns two outfits for the fishery. Living with him are Julien Gasseau, native 
of Vins, bishopric of Avranches, aged 40 years. 

Louis Panear, native of St. Brieux, aged 35 years. 

Servant Le Prieur, native of Tlsle Roy ale, aged 24 years. 

Jean Le Noir, native of Charv^ bishopric of Dol, aged 25 years. 

Jean Lapinet, native of Avranches, aged 45 years. 

Rend Le Loquet, native of St. Aubin, bishopric of Goutances, aged 22 years. 

Fran9ois Gourdon, native of Limoges, aged 50 years. 

None of these men have a fixed residence with the exception of Servant Le Prieur. 

He also hires Jean Baptiste D' Arnault, native of St. Pierre de la Martinique. 

Barthdlemy Chapereau, native of Brive, bishopric of Saintes, in the capacity of 
thirty -six months man. 

Louis Gaultier, native of Dole, aged 20 years. 

Fran9oia Collet, native of Hdnaut, bishopric of St. Brieux, also a 36 months man 

These men have two years and a half to finish their time, and are thinking of set- 
tling in the country. 

He owns three boats and a half boat ; eight fowls and two sheep. 

His dwelling place was granted to him by a grant in form by Messieurs de Saint- 
Ovide and Le Normand de Mdzy, dated May 15, 1736. It iX>ntains 72 toisee fronting 
on the harbour by 90 toises in depth. On it are platforms, beaches and scaffoldings foi 
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Perrine Desroches, widow of Frangois Dupont, fisherman, native of the coast of 
Flftisanoe, aged 40 years. 

She has two sons and two daughters : 

Fran<;|oi8 Dupont, aged 22 years ; 

Pierre, aged 16 years; 

Fran9oise, aged 23 years ; 

Perrine, aged 19 years, all natives of Laurenbec. 

In her service are three, thirty-six months men, who finisli their time at the end of 
this month. 

Pierre Louis Viellard, native of Vailly, bishopric of Soissons, aged 30 years. 

Jean Sonier, native of Tremuzon, bishopric of St. Brieux, aged 21 years. 

Mathieu Deniseau, native of Lion, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 1 9 years. 

They are undetermined whether they will remain in the colony or not. 

He owns two boats and ten fowls. 

The dwelling they occupy was granted in the name of Fran9ois Dupont in 1733 by 
Meneurs de St. Ovide and Le Normand. It carries 70 toises of front on the harbour. 
With regard to the depth it is defined by two lines of se()aration. There are upon it one 
platform one beach and scaffoldings for the dr3ring of the fish of four boats. 

Simon Gaaltier, fisherman, native of the parish of Vins, bishopric of Avranche^t, 
1^ 46 years. Married to Catherine Doight, native of Lancieux, bishopric of St. 
Malo, aged 32 years. They are settled in the colony since 1722. 

They have six fishermen, three of whom are at Louisbourg. Those who are with 
bim at present are : 

Francois Le Bessot, native of Yins, bishopric of Avranches, aged 40 years. 

Louis Le Bessot, aged 33 years. 

Ren^ Le Sellier, native of the same parish. 

There are also two thirty-six months men, who have thirty months to finish their 
time. 

Jacques Dupont, aged 22 years ; 

Etienne Dupont, aged 22 years, both natives of Vins. 

He has two boats and three head of poultry. 

The land he occupies was sold to him under a deed in the year 1738 by the late 
Jetn Dnrand, fisherman, for the sum of 465 livres. It contains 14 toises 4 feet facing 
the harbour and 66 toises 3 feet in depth. There are upon it a platform, beach and 
Ktffolding for the drying of the fish of two boats and a small garden. 

Antoine Deroches, fisherman, native of the place, aged 32 near. Married to Jeanne 
Boucher, native of Petit Degra. 

They have four children and one lad who is under age. 

Antoine, aged 4 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 8 years ; 

Toinette, aged 6 years ; 

Perrine, aged one month. 

Jean des Roches, aged 14 years. 

He has three partners in the fishery, one workman who dries the cod on the beach 
tad one thirty-six-months man. 

Jean Lallemand, native of Lourendecus, bishopric of Coutances, aged 24 years. 

Jean Poulard de Rennes, aged 22 years. 

Jean Galles, native of Gennes, bishopric of Genois, aged 21 years. 

They are thinking of remaining in the country. 

The fishermen are : — 

Joseph Dechery, native of Sibour, bishopric of St. Jean de Luz, aged 45 years ; 

Bernard Claverie, native of Sard, bishopric of Bayonne, aged 30 years ; 

Bertrand Le Gue, native of St. Pierre de Vins, bishopric of Avranches, aged 50 
J»rs. They are married in France. 

He has two boats. 

The dwelling place which they have improved was sold to them by Pierre Noble* 
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has 30 toises of front on the harbour, and 9 to 10 of depth. There are on it platforms, 
beach and scaffolding for th6 drying of the fish of two boats. 

Charles Yvon, fisherman, native of the parish of St Jean des Champs, bishopric 
of Coutances, aged 55 years. He is in the colony since 1726. Married a second time, 
namely, to Mathurine Dohiels, native of the parish of Lancieux, bishopric of St. Male, 
aged 36 years. 

They have six children, five sons and one daughter : — 

Etienne Yvon, aged 1 7 years ; 

Ouillaume, aged 15 years ; 

Francois, aged 13 years ; 

Louis, aged 1 1 years ; 

Pierre, aged 3 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 5 months. 

They employ one fisherman : — 

Je&n Heniy, native of Vignao, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 46 years ; and two 
thirty-six months men. One finishes his- time in the commencement of the month of 
May« and the other his in the month of September. 

Fran9ois Colant, native of Cant^ bishopric of Sc. Malo. 

Jean Pras, native of Quesenc^, bishopric of Treguier, aged 20 years. 

He has three boats of which he lets two, following the fiishery with the third ; 
and three fowls. 

His dwelling place was granted to him by Messieurs de St. Ovide and Le Normand, 
in 1733. It contains 23 toises front on the sea in the harbour and 90 in depth. There 
are a platform, beach and scaffold for the drying of fish of four boats. 

Monsieur Did ion is engaged in the fishery here with two boats. He will give the 
name of his fishermen to Pierre Lorent ; he stays at Louisbourg. 

Margueritte Desroches, widow of Julien Banet, native of St. Pierre, on the coast 
of Plaisance, aged 38 years. 

She has three children, two sons and one daughter : — 

Pierre Banet, aged 14 years ; 

Jean Pierre, aged 12 years ; 

Marie, aged 17 years ; 

She is working for her. 

Jean Nicolas Camus, native of the p>arish of Dinan, aged 20 years. He is a thirty 
six months man. He finishes his time at the end of the month of May, and is thinking 
of remaining in the country. 

The dwelling place was granted to them by Messieurs de St. Ovide and Le 
Normand by a concession in form of the date of 25th May, 1733. It contains 35 toises 
fronting the sea shore in the harbour by 90 in depth. It has on it a platform, three 
cabins, beach and scaffolding for drying the fish for four boats belonging to Monsieur 
Delort le Jeune. She has let her dwelling to him, as she is not capable of improving 
it by herself or to find fishermen by other means. 

She has seven fowls. 

Jacques Couzin, fisher, native of St. Martin de Cond^, bishopric of Bayeuz, 
aged 26 years. Married to Marie Grossin, widow of the late Algrain, native of St 
Servan, aged 29 years. 

They have three children, two sons and one daughter : — 

Pierre, aged 2 years ; 

Julien, aged 4 months ; 

Marie Houze, aged 5 years. 

Working for him is Mathurin Briaud, native of St. May, bishopric of St. Male, 
a thirty-six months man, who finishes his time on the 27th May next 

They have three fowls. 

The land on which he is settled was given to him verbally by Messieurs Desher- 
biers and Prevost. He has made a clearing on it of about one arpent in extent, and 
built a beach and scaffolding for the drying of the fish of two boats. He has no boat 
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Fran9oi9 Deeroohes, widow of Jean Dubordien, natrive of Plaisance, aged 48 years. 

She has four children, three sons and one daughter : — 

Felix Dobordien, aged 24 years ; 

Francis, aged 22 years ; 

Simon, aged 20 years ; 

Marie, aged 17 years. 

Josette des Roches, her niece, aged 1 1 years. 

She haci working for her four thirty-six months men who finish their time in the 
moQtb of July. 

Tvon de Kemaire, native of Treverant, bishopric of Tr^guier, aged 28 years. 

Francis Henry, native of Boco, bishopric of Tr^guier, aged 22 years 

Pierre Bellet, native of Painvenant, bishopric of Tr^guier, ag(xl 26 years. 

Jacques Le Neveu, native of Morlais, aged 19 years. 

They are to remain in the country for some time. 

The concession which they have improved was previously in the possession of a man 
Duaed Le Corps. It was granted her by Messieurs Desherbiers and Prevost, on the 
conditioQ that in case the heirs, or aijyone on behalf of the heirs, should appear to 
improve the concession her claim would cease; but the time having passed with- 
oot any claimant appearing the said widow prays Messieurs le Comte and Prevost to 
deliver her a grant in form that she may be guaranteed the work she and her children 
tuTs doae. There are on the concession a platform, beach, scaffolding and cabins for 
the drying of the fish of two boats. She has one boat and one half-boat for the fishery. 

Slie has twelve fowls. 

Joseph Mirande, fisherman, native of L'Indienne, aged 32 years. Married to 
If vie Barbe Elie Le Grand, native of Labrasdor, aged 24 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Jean Baptists, aged 3 years ; 

Joeette, aged 8 months. 

The land on which they are settled was given to the late Joseph Mirande their 
fBtber, they could not tell me by whom, nor its extent. 

Thfly have three fowls. 

Georges Chauvin, fisherman, native of the parish of Bassily, diocese of Avran- 
dkes, aged 52 years. Married to Marie Mirande, native of L7ndienne, aged 39 years. 
He is in the colony since 1719. 

Tbey have two* sons : — 

Josqph, aged 20 years ; 

Pierre, aged 12 years ; 

He employs three fishermen : — 

Pierre Ponasin, native of Dinan, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 48 years ; 

Francois Norber, native of La Bochelle, aged 23 years ; 

Gabriel Lemari^, native of Vins, bishopric of Avranches, aged 23 years. 

They have no settled residence in the colony. 

Guillaame Bresset, native of Saint Brieux, aged 18 years, domestic. 

He owns one boat and eight fowls. 

Hie land of the concession was granted in 1733 by Messieurs de St. Ovide and 
Le Nonnand to one named Pierre Allain and his wife, and sold to said Georges 
Cfaaovin for 70 quintals of merchantable codfish, in 1738. It contains^' 38 toises 
tfontage <m the harbour, the depth not being defined. 

TibMe are upon it a platform, beach and scaffolding for the drying the fish of his 

Le Sr. Duplessis, master surgeon, native of Grand ville, aged 43 years. Married 
to Marie Fert^ widow of the late Bealieu Collet, native of St. Malo, aged 38 years. 
They have five daughters and on^e son : — 
Thomas, aged 12 years ; 
Fran^otse, aged 18 years ; 
OilJel^ aged 16 years ; 
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Charlotte^ aged 7 years ; 

Also Anne Beaulieu, aged 18 years, living with them as well as Josseline de 
Rioguain, native of St. Malo, aged 60 years, their mother. 

Louis Arnault, native of Orleans, aged 20 years, as assistant surgeon. He is not 
thinking of remaining in the colony. 

The land on which they are settled is situated to the west of the dwelling ol 
Monsieur Boucher, Engineer to the King. 

They have no grant in form, only a verbal permission from M. le Comte de Ray 
mond and M. Prevost. They have one house on it and are building another. 

They have a garden and fifteen fowls. 

Jacques Perrain, native of the parish of Plen^ bishopric of St. Brieux, a^^ed 3C 
years. Married to Marie Jeanne Dupont, native of the same parish aged 28 years. 
, They have one son and one daughter : — 

Julien Francois, aged 12 years; 

Marie Anne, aged 8 years. 

He has six fowls. 

Their homestead has been sold to them by M. Boucher for the sum of 

On it they grow hay and garden produce. 

Fran9oi8 Malle, fisherman, native of Bouillon, bishopric of Avranches, aged 
45 years. He is in the colony since 1728. Married to Anue Marie Le Large, native 
of Grandville, aged 45 years. 

They have three sons : — 

Francois, aged 11 years ; 

Pierre, aged 6 years ; 

Louis, aged 3 years. 

He employs six fishermen, who are : 

Francois Le Moine, native of Saint-Jean des Champs, bishopric of Ooutances, 
aged 35 years ; 

Jean Richard, native of Kintenay, bishopric of St. Bridux, aged 17 years. 

Louis Chauvin, native of Bassile, bishopric of Avranches, aged 23 years. 

Fran9ois Bretet, native of Berepied, bishopric of Avranches, aged 20 years. 

Justin Megray, native of Gip^, bbhopric of Rennes, aged 31 years. 

They are all without any fixed residence. 

He owns two boats. 

The land they occupy was sold to them by the Sr. Perrain for the sum of 300 livret 
and so small was the amount of land that le Sr. Perrain would tell them that they 
would not know where to dry the fish from two boats. The contract is not legally com^ 
pleted, but they have placed the purchase money in the hands of M. Fizel as guarantee 
to le Sr. Perrain. They hoped their land would extend from one stream to another 
according to the first agreement, but when the Sr. Perrain. saw that the Sr. Francis 
Mall^ could not withdraw because the season was so far. advanced he would only let 
them have half the piece of ground between the said two streams. 

They have made a platform beach and scafiblding for drying the fish of two boats. 

Jean La Chou, fisherman, native of Prouvallain, bishopric of St. IVIalo, aged 5-: 
years. Married to Marie Anne Borisse, native of Louisburg, aged 31 years. 

They have Marie Joseph, their daughter, aged 4 years. 

He employs four unmarried fishermen : — 

Jean Albane, native of St. Jean de Luz, aged 20 years. 

Pierre Amelin, native of Montiville, aged 50 years. Married in France. 

Jacques Canivet, native of Normandy, aged 28 years. 

Julien Chapelle, native of Normandy. 

They are going to their homes at the close of the UHxt fishing season. 

Also Francois Danosa, native of Preiscalet, bishopric of Quimper, aged 26 years, 
who is a thirty six months man and will finish his time in two years. He will renciain 
in the colony. M. La Chou owns one boat and three fowls. 

The dwelling in which they are settled was granted to them by Messrs. Desher- 
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Ihe English prison. The heirs have not presented themselves to claim their inheritance, 
there being a good many debts against the property ; neither have the creditors. A 
hosse has been built on the property and a beach and scaffolding for the drying of the 
fish of one boat built. 

Jean Le Chau, fisherman, native of Lasserne, bishopric of Avranches, aged 42 
years. Married to Marie Madeleine Corporon, native of Louisbourg, aged 36 years. 

They have Jean Le Chau, their son, aged two years. 

He employs fifteen fishermen, of whom eight have been boarded by him all the 
▼inter, the remaining seven wintering with other private persons : — 

Louis Pepin, native of Sartilly, bishopric of Avranches, aged 22 years ; 

Louis Nobl^ native of Sartilly, bishopric of Avranches, aged 32 years ; 

Jean Charles Corporon, native of He Royale, aged 30 years ; 

Jean Baudry, native of Marenne, bishopric of La Rochelle, aged 33 years ; 

Michel Le Roy, native of Nantes, aged 20 years ; 

Francois Rich^, native of Tile Royale, aged 14 years; 

Jean Baudry, native of Marenne, bishopric of La Rochelle, aged 1 1 y ars. 

All these fishermen are to remain in the country. 

Thomas Cousin, native Gen^, bishopric of Avranches, aged 17 years ; 

Jean Benoist, native of the parish of La Rochelle, bishopric of Avranches, aged 
42 years ; 

Hem^ Brindechamp, native of Cau, bishopric of of St. Malo, aged 25 years ; 

Guy Hemand, native of Laucalu, bi9ho|)ric of Dol, aged 25 years ; 

Jacques Cacu, native of Plau, bishopric of Avranches, aged 60 years ; 

Charles Cacu, aged 22 years ; 

Ren^ Hernard, native of Dinan, aged 44 years ; 

Mathurin Renouve, native of Dinan, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 28 years. 

The land they occupy was granted to them by Messieurs de St. Ovide and Le 

Nonnand in 1733. It contains frontage on the shore of the harbour of, 

by — of depth. There are on it two platforms, a beach and scafifolding for the drying 
ol fish from three boats and a smack, which he actually owns. 

Jnde Rode, smith, native of the parish of Lolif Rode, bishopric of Avranches, 
ftged 60 years. Married to Angelique Aller, native of the parish of St. Servant, 
bnbopric of St. Malo. 

He has Louis, his son, fisherman* aged 33 years. 

They have been in the colony since 1720. They have Louis Joseph, their son, aged 10 
BKMiths. They have no hired fishermen yet. They are awaiting the arrival of two 
crews from France. 

He owns two boats and two half boats ; one ewe with her young and five fowls. 

He has working for him three thirty-six months men : — 

Jean Heu, native of the parish of St. Helen, bishopric of Dol, aged 45 years ; 

Joseph Malivet, native of the parish of Derignac, bishopric of Saint Malo, aged 
22 years; 

JuHen Le Moine, native of Pleuf^, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 20 years. 

The first finishes his time next month, and the two others, in a year. 

Living with them are Margueritte Baudry, native of Marenne, bishopric of La 
Rochelle, aged 10 years, their god-daughter. 

The land on which they are was granted to them by Messieurs de St. Ovide and 
Le Nonnand in 1733. It extends from the place of the heirs of the late Rene to that 
of Deerochee. There are on it a platform, beach and scafiblding for the drying of fish 
ofdiree boats. 

Adam Perr^, fisherman, native of the coast of Plaisance, aged 36 years. Married 
to Jadnthe Grandien, native of Tlndienne, age 25 years. 

They have two sons : — 

IliomAa, aged 18 months ; 

Pierre Peir^ aged one month ; 

Two hired fishermen : — 

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Martin Maurice, native of the parish of Tenac, bishopric of Saint Malo, aged 36 
years. 

Also two domestics engaged until St. Michel's Day ; 

Jacques Amelin, native of Saint Jean des Champs, bishopric of Coutances, aged 
19 years; 

Guillaume Berry, native of the parish of Vignac, bishopric of Saint Malo, aged 
65 years. 

He owns two fishing boats and six fowls. 

Their land was granted to them by Messieurs de Saint Ovide and Le Normand in 
1733. It contains 45 toises fronting on the sea in the harbour, by 90 in depth. There 
are on it platforms, beach and scafifblding for drying the fish of two boats. 

Gabriel Le Manquet, widow of the late Etienne Desroches, native of the coast of 
Plaisance, aged 70 years. 

She has Guillaume Desroches, her son, native of Lorenbec, aged 27 years. 

Two thirty-six months men ; 

Heme Herbert, native of Carfanitin bishopric of Dol, aged 19 years : 

Guillaume Guiton, native of the parish of Montigu, bishopric of Avranches, 
aged 18 years. 

He has eleven men hired for the fishery and three boats. He has made use of the 
homestead of one named Adam Perr^ having no dwelling place of his own, that on which 
he built his house belonging to several brothers and sisters who refused Ito assist him to 
improve it, telling him that he could work on it himself if he chose. He very humbly 
supplicated the authorities to give him a written permit to work on said homestead so 
that if, after he had improved the property, the heirs desired to enter upon it they 
should be obliged to make good to him what expense he had been at for the improve- 
ments. They lost the title deed during the war ; a copy is with the clerk of the 
Conseil Superieur. 

In his employ are : 

Jean Gause, of the parish of Roulan, bishopric of Coutanoes, aged 28 years ; 

Pierre Bourg, native of the parish of Pleumondat, bishopric o St. Malo, aged 
68 yjears ; 

Fran9ois Loiselle, of the parish of St. Servant, aged 50 years. 

Fran9ois Boulier, of the parish of Vignac, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 47 years ; 

Jean Vailed, native of the parish of St. Servant, 'bishopric of St. Malo, aged 50 
years ; 

Jean Le Pejoux, of the parish of Brou, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 48 years ; 

Pierre Goulier, of the parish of Modet, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 27 years ; 

xt:^^i-« Le Chenechal, native of the parish of Vezant, bishopric of Avranches, 

a; 

d de Chegarey, of the parish of Bidart, bishopric of Bayonne, aged 32 

'houbecte, of the parish of Sarre, bishopric of Bayonne, aged 36 years ; 
Darostegay, of the parish of Durogne, bishopric of Bayonne, aged 36 

THE CREEK OF PORT LA JOYB. 

ik of Port La Joye, known also under the name of the Ance a la Pointe 
Ded by the point of that name lying to the south-south-east of the entrance to 
e, and by the headland to the north-west of the lands on the north-west 
I of the entrance of Port La Joye. These points lie south-east and north- 
stance from each other estimated at two leagues and a half in a direct line, 
pies around the bay, and two in depth. 

nnel lies north a quarter north-east by south a quarter south-west to Port 
) is a quarter of a league in breadth and has an average depth of five, six, 
and nine fathoms of water at low tide. The most experienced sailors in the 
that when in five fathoms of water they are not in the best channel, and 
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Hm Isle du Gouvemeur is left to the starboard on entiring, in order to avoid the 
shoab which stretch out to sea and are composed of rocks. 

The island is of a round shape being a league and a half in circumference and half 
t league across. It lies low and is wooded with all kinds of timber. 

The Isle du Comte Saint-Pierre lies to the larboard on entering. One can sail 
iroeh closer to this island than to the other owing to the fact that the shoals are more 
peqiendicolar. The island is a good quarter of a league long by four hundred and fifty 
totMS in width, and wooded with pine, white spruce, fir and hemlock with but little of 
the last. At low tide one may walk dry shod from the head land on the north-west to 
the Isle do Comte Sainte Pierre. There is a bar that is uncovered at low tide. 

PORT LA JOYE. 

Port La Joye is situated at the farther end of the creek of that name, five 
leagues from Pointe Prime, making the circuit from headland to headland and two 
iesgaes from the north-east headland. It is formed by Pointe k la Framboise lying to 
the east, and by that of la Flame lying to the west. It is estimated that these points 
tk east quarter north-east by west quarter south-west ; that the distance between them 
k about five hundred toises ; that the channel lies equi-distant from both points, and 
that for a bare three hundred toises there are at low tide but eight f athons of water in 
the channel. The roadstead is a quarter of a league from the entrance. liflies between 
t^ points a Pierrot and k Margueritte. The distance between these points is seven 
htndred toises. In the harbour there is good anchorage in a muddy bottom, where 
^rce rivers, one from the west, the secon<^from the north and the third from the north- 
<vi, discharge their waters. 

The mouth of the river du Quest is formed by Pointe a Pierrot, lying on the 
krboard going up the river, and the headland to the north of the river. The distance 
between these two points is placed at a quarter of a league, and they lie north by south. 

The river runs west for four %agues preserving an almost uniform breadth. In 
this stretch there are sixteen settlers cultivating the lands on its banks. The river then 
nms north, north-west for three leagues to where it takes its rise in fresh water. Its 
banks are covered with all kinds of timber, but hard wood is the chief. The land is 
dayey in its nature and affords fairly abundant pasturage. 

The mouth of the river du Nord is formed by the point to the north of the 
Riviere du Quest, and by the point on the east of^ the rivre du Nord. The distance 
between these points is seven (hundred) toises. They lie east and west. The river 
nus four leagues inland to the northward. Seven families are settled on its banks, and 
figmged in agricultura ' 

The lands on its banks are equal in quality to those of the river du Quest, and 
tbe woods are also similar. 

The mouth of the river du Nord-Est is formed by Pointe k Margueritte 

lying to the starboard and hy Pointe a la lying to the larboard. It is 

eetimated that these points are eight hundred toises apart. The river runs nine leagues 
inland ; in a north-easterly direction for three leagues ; to the east north-east for two 
leagues, to the north north-east for one league, and to the east for half a league, being 
oarigable to this point by vessels of 50 tons burden, it then runs north-east for a league 
and a half where it is navigable for boats carrying ten cords of wood. At this point 
the place called la Grande Source is reached. 

GENERAL CENSUS 

Creneral Census of the settlers of Port La Joye, of men, women, boys, kc, 
Jean Henry dit Maillard^, master tailor and ploughman, native of the parish of 
Orbin, Switzerland, aged 26 years, of which he has been in the country two months, 
having deserted Chibouctou. Married to Anne Barbe, native of the town of Bienne, 
Bvitnrland, aged 32 years. 

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Liying with them is Abraham Louis, bachelor, workman in cotton print, native of 
Lideau, in Switzerland, aged 20 years. He has been six weeks in the country. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the road from the wood, and was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonaventure. 

Jasques Nicolas, master sugar refiner, native of the dependency of the bishopric 
of Beauvais in Picardy, aged 37 years ; has been one month in the country. Married 
to Marie Quilien, native of the town of Neis, in Ireland, aged 19 years. The land on 
which they are settled is situated on the road by which they go from Port La Joye to 
the wood, and was given to them verbally by M. de Bonaventure. 

Margueritte Mleux, widow of the lato Michel Hebert, native of the Cap de 
Sable, aged 36 years ; she has been two years in the country. 

She has seven children, five sons and two daughters. 

Cyprien Hebert, aged 15 years. 

Joseph Nicod^me, ag^d 13 years, 

Ferdinand, aged 11 years. 

Gr^goire, aged 7 years. 
. Magloire, aged 5 years. 

Magdelaine Barbe Hebert, aged 9 years. 

Genevieve Hebert, aged 7 years. 

In live stock she owns one sow and ten fowls. 
' The lancT on which she is settled was granted to her by Messieurs Bonaventure aod 
Degoutin, and she has made a clearing for a garden. 

Germain Henry, native of TAcadie, aged 66 years ; he has been two years in the 

country. Married to Cecille Desveaux, i^ative of TAcadie. They have four sons 
and two daughters. 

Jean Baptiste, aged 25 years. 

Pierre, aged 18 years. 

Joseph, aged II years. 

Amand, aged 7 years. • 

Rozalie, aged 14 years. 

Magdeleine, aged 9 years. 

Jean Cayssy, orphan, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years. 

I live stock, one bull, one mare, three sows, four pigs, five geese and 

) land. 

^8, ploughman, native of the parish of D'Albourg, bishopric of Cshors, 

t is 22 months since he arrived from TAcadie. Married to Anne 

le parish of la Franche, bishopric of Grenoble, aged 37 years. 

oze, their daughter, aged ten months. 

I live stock, one ewe, one lamb, one pig, two geese and thirty fowls 

whice they are settled was given them under rental from the minors 

Mazierre. They have made a large clearing on it for a graden. 

b, ploughman, native of Albiac, bishopric of Cahors, aged 30 years, 

months. 

Fennie Doillet, native of Cognac, bishopric of Cahors, aged 35 years, 
le son and one daughter. 

years and 6 months. 

months. 

le pig and eight fowls. 

which they are settled was given them as above and on it they have 
)r a large garden. 

Jonisseaux, merchant, native of the parish of Balergant, bishopric of 
} years, he has been in the country 35 months. Married to Marie 

native of the town of Quebec, aged 37 years. 
[>uis Marie Jonisseau, aged 2 years. 

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Tbej hold the land by virtue of the following purchases, namely : One of two 

; irpente front and forty in depth, from Charles Hach^ Galland and Genevieve La- 

tergoe his wife, and another of two arpents five perches front with a depth extending 

tc the bank of the Barachois or Ance aux Sauvages from Louis la Bauve and Marie 

UndryhiB wife. 

Jmd Baptiste Ferial, corporal of the company formerly of Bonaventure, native of 
Fnaobe Gomt^ aged 25 years, and has been in the country three years. Married to 
EosaHe Commeau, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years. 

She has Joseph Caissy, her son by a previous marriage, aged 8 years. 

Anne Caissy, orphan, native of TAcadie, aged 15 years. 

Thej have in live stock one sow, one pig and twenty fowls. 

They hold their land under rental from the children of the deceased Jean Baptiste 
luitm The said land has three arpents of front with a depth of forty. 

Jean Roassin, navigator, native of the parish of St. Th<)mas de la Pointe k la 
CuDe, bishopric of Quebec, aged 38 years, for four months a settler in the country. 
I Mirned to Fran9oi8e Boudrot, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years. 

Tbej have one cow. 

Ihey have no children and no land. 

Census op Riviere du Oubst. 

Cmsns of the settlers of Riviere du Quest, of men, women, children, <&c.: 
Jttn Bourg, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 69 years. He has been fifteen 
Etttbin the country. Married to Franqoise Aucoin, native of TAcadie, aged 64 

They have four children — one son and three daughters : 

Francois Bourg, aged 20 years ; 

Fran9oise, aged 28 years ; 

Anne, aged 26 years ; 

Marie, a^ed 23 years. 

Tbej have in live stock four cows, one calf, one sow, four pigs and eight fowls or 

The Und on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the said Riviere 
Ai Quest and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. They have 
■>^ a clearing on which they have sown three bushels of grain. 

(diaries Bourg, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, has been fourteen 
*«th8 m the country. Married to Magdelaine Blanchard, native of TAcadie, aged 26 

Tbej have one son and two daughters : 

Joseph, aged 5 vears ; 

Lodivinne, aged 3 years. 

Margueritte Joseph, one year. 

Tbej have in live stock one cow, one calf, one mare, one sheep, two sows and two 

^tenure of their land and its location are [as in the preceding case. They have 
***« a clearing for the sowing of two bushels of wheat. 

Joseph Brand, ploughman, a native of TAcadie, aged 40 years. He has been in 
**««nta7 ^^^ years. Married to Ursulle Bourg, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years. 

Hiej have ten daughters, Margueritte Joseph, aged 16 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 15 years. 

Unulle, aged 12 years. 

Pe^ptue, i^;ed 10 years. 

Bisabeth Frangoise, aged 8 years. 

I*ce, aged 6 years. 

Anne Joseph, aged 5 years. 

Anf^elique, aged 4 years. 

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Rosalie, aged one year. 

Living with them is Charles Brand, native of I'Acadie, age 26 years, unmarried. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one cow, two heifers, one bull, one ewe, two sows 
and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the ntirlh side of the said river 
du Quest and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have 
made a clearing on it for the sowing of about four bushels of wheat. 

Louis Henry, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 30 years, has been in the country 
two years. Married to Magdelaine Pitre, native of TAcadie, aged 25 years. 

They have two daughters : — 

Margueritte Joseph, aged 2 years. 
* Helenne two months. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one cow, two heifers, three ewes, one sow and 
two pigs. • 

The land on which they are settled is situated as the preceding case, and was given 
to them, under similar conditions, and on it they have made a clearing where they 
can sow four bushels of grain. 

Joseph Pitre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 53 years, and has been in the 
country fourteen months. Married to Elisabeth Boudrot, native of I'Acadie, aged 51 
years. 

They have four sons : — 

Pierre, aged 27 years. 

Joseph, aged 1 & years. 

Paul, aged 16 years. 

Jean Baptiste, aged 14 years. 

Marie Roze, orphan, native of I'Acadie, aged 8 years, lives with them. 

They have in live stock three oxQn, one cow, one calf, one ewe, two|sows and four 
pigs. 

The land en which they are settled is situated on the north side of the [said river 
du Quest, and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, on it they 
have made a clearing for sowing about four bushels of wheat. 

Jean Henry dit Le Neveu, native of I'Acadie, aged 48 years, has been in the 
country two years. Married to Magdelainne Terriot, native of I'Acadie, aged 48 years. 

They have five children, four sons and one daughter : — 

Pierre Henry, aged 18 years ; 

Charles, aged 16 years ; 

Laurent, aged 11 years; 

Fran9ois, aged 6 years ; 

Marie, aged 22 years. 

In live stock they have three oxen, one calf, two sheep, two sows and one pig. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was given 
to them under similar conditions. They have made a clearing for the sowing of abou^ 
twelve bushels of wheat. 

Francois Pitre, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 25 years, has been two yead 
in the country. Married to Rozalie Henry, native of I'Acadie, aged 23 years. 

They have one daughter : — 

Victoire Pitre, aged 18 months. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one cow, one calf, one wether, one ewe and fooi 
sows. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the river dt 
Quest, and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they hav< 
made a clearing for the sowing of about four bushels of wheat. 

Charles Guerin, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 27 years, has been two yean 
in the country. Married to Margueritte Henry, native of I'Acadie, aged 27 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Marin, aged 2 years ; 

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Elizabeth Aucoio, mother of the said Charles Guerin, native of TAcadie, aged 74 
jean. 

In live stock thej have two oxen, one wether, one ewe, two sows, one pig and four- 
teen fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was given 
(o tb«D under similar conditions. They have made a clearing for the sowing of about 
foflr bushels of wheat. 

' Jean Henry dit Le Neveu, junior, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years, has been in 
the country two years. Marri^ to Marie Pitre, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years. 

They have no children ; being married in the xhonth of January only. 

live stock : Two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
^iren to them under similar conditions, and they have made a clearing for the sowing of 
&boat four bushels of seed. ^ 

Charles Pitre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 23 years, has been in the coun- 
try fifteen months. Married to Anne Henry, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years. 

They have no children ; being married in the month of February only. 

In live stock they have one cow, two pigs and one sheep. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
given to them under similar conditions. They have made a clearing for the sowing of 
fosr bodhels of wheat. 

Charles Thibodeau dit Charlie, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 29 years, has 
t«n in the country two years. Married to Magdeliene Henry, native of i'Acadie, aged 

They have one daughter : — 

Helenne, aged 7 months. 

In live stock they have one cow, one calf, one horse, one ewe, one sow and one 

n- 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the Riviere du 
Onest, and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. They have 
iBide a clearing for the sowing of about two bushels of wheat. 

Jean Henry dit le Yieux, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 68 years, has been 
in the country two years. Married to Marie Hebert, native of TAcadie, aged 55 years. 

They have five children, two sons and two daughters : — 

Simon, aged 23 years ; 

Charles, aged 15 years ; 

Francis, aged 12 years ; 

Mtfrie Joseph, aged 29 years ; 

FrsD^oise, aged 19 years ; 

In live stock they have five oxen, two cows, one calf, three sheep, three sows and 
t^pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and has 
^ given to them under similar conditions. They have made a clearing for the sow- 
u% of about ten bushels of wheat. 

Joseph Terriaud, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 53 years, has been in the 
coontry two years. Married to Fran^oise Melangon, native of TAcadie, aged 44 years. 

They have seven children, five sons and two daughters : — 

Eitienne Terriaud, aged 21 years; 

Jssques, aged 1 5 years ; 

Thomas, aged 9 years ; 

Ambroise, aged 4 years ; 

Paul, aged one year ; 

Margueritte Suzanne, aged 12 years; 

Marie Magdeleine, aged 7 years. ' 

They have in live stock two oxen, two cows, one heifer, one calf, two sows and one 

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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
given to them under similar conditions. They would be able next spring to sow about 
four bushels pi wheat, but he leaves this locality to go to Bedecq to live, and Charles 
Henry, his son-in-law is coming to live on this lot. 

Alexis Henry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years and six months, has 
been in the country nine months. Married to Margueritte Hebert, native of TAcadie, 
aged 23 years. 

They have one daughter : — 
Victoire Henry, aged 26 months. 

They have in live stock one cow, one ewe, one sow, three pigs and two fowls. 
They have no dwelling and are going to live near Bedecq. 

Joseph Henry dit le petit homme, native of TAcadie, ploughman, aged 45 years, 
has been in the country two years and nine months. Married to Catherine Pitre, 
.native of TAcadie, aged 40 years. 

They have eight children, three sons and five daughters : — 
Joseph Henry, aged 17 years, 
Bazille, aged 13 years, 
Jean Baptiste, aged 6 years, 
Marie, aged 19 years, 
Sephorose, aged 14 years, 
Anne, aged 13 years, 
Margueritte Modeste, aged 2 years, 
Margueritte Joseph, aged 3 months 
In live stock they have four oxen, one cow, one sheep, th^ee sows and two pigs. 
The land on which they are settled is situated on the. north side, of the said 
Riviere du Quest and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. 

They have a clearing on which they have sown two bushels of wheat and one 
bushel of oats. 

Charles Henry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 20 years, has been in the country 
nine months. Married to Fran^oise Josephe Terriaud, native of TAcadie, aged 19 years. 
Their live stock all told consistn of two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is that of Joseph Terriaud, their father and 
father-in-law. They have sown a bushel of wheat and hope to sow four more next 
spring. 

Jean Pitre, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 55 years, has been in the country 
fourteen months. Married to Margueritte Terriaud, native of TAcadie, aged 51 years. 
They have six children, three sons and three daughters : — 
Jean Pitre, aged 20 years, 
Pierre, aged 18 years, 
Enselme, aged 14 years, 
Marie, aged 30 years, 
Elizabeth, aged 28 years, 
Anne, aged 15 years. 
They have the following live stock : two oxen, two calves, one wether, three e^ires, 
one sow and four pigs. 

The laud on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and ^was 
given to them verbally. They have made a garden on it. 

Baptiste Olivier, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, has been in the 
country, fifteen months. Married to Suzanne Pitre, native of TAcadie, aged 22 years. 
The have three daughters ; — 
Marie, aged 31 months, 
Margueritte, aged 18 months. 
Magdelaine, aged 15 days. 
Live stock : two oxen, one cow, four heifers, one bull, one ewe, one sow, two pigs 
and one horse. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the Riviere du 
Quest, and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonaventura They have m&cic 
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JeaD Henry, junior, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, has been in the 
oontiy two years. Married to Marie Caret, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years. 

Mai^eritte Joseph, aged 9 years ; 

3lane Rose, aged 8 years ; 

Marie, aged 6 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 4 years ; 

Aazitte, aged 33 months ; 

Annastazie, aged 4 months. 

They have in live stock, two oxen, one wether, three sheep, two pigs, two sows and 
sine fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and has 
bwn given to them under similar conditions. On it they have maoie a clearing for 
the sowing of four bushels of wheat next spring. 

Census of Rivi^rr du Nord. 

Census of the inhabitants of Riviere du Nord, in men, women, children, etc. 

Francois Landry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 34 years, has been in the 
coaotry two years. Married to Marie Babin, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years. 

Tbey have six children, five sons and one daughter : — 

Joseph Landry, aged 16 years ; 

Jean Charles, aged 14 years ; 

Gennain, aged 12 years; 

Francois, aged 6 years ; 

Claode Raphael, aged 5 weeks ; 

Mane Joseph, aged 10 years. 

Their live stock is as follows : Three oxen, five cows, three calves, one horse, two 
«*tt, one sow, one pig and twenty-four fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given them verbally by Monsieur de Bon- 
GaTeotnre, Commandant for the King at Isle Saint-Jean. It is situated on the 
i^orth ode of the river of that name. They have made on it a clearing for the sowing 
^ aboat sixteen bushels of wheat the coming spring. 

Benjamin Landry, ploughman, native of i'Acadie, aged 54 years, has been in the 
^ctntrj two years. Married to Margueritte Rabin, native of TAcadie, aged 45 years. 

Tbey have three sons and three daughters : — 

Jean Landry, aged 19 years ; 

Mathieu, aged 16 years ; 

Joseph, aged 8 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 13 years ; 

Marie, aged 1 1 years ; 

Oennevi^ve, aged 4 years. 

Living with them are, Cecille Melan^on, mother of the eaid Benjamin, native of 
iAcadie, aged 86 years ; 

Daniel Le Jeune, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years : 

Roie Landry, their niece, native of TAcadie, aged 18 years ; 

Magdelaine Dingle, native of Niganiche, aged 18 years. 

Tb^ have the following live stock : Two oxen, two cows, two heifers, one bull, 
I** call, one ewe, one sow, three pigs and twenty-one fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given them verbally by Monsieur de Bon- 
^'ttture. They have made a clearing on it for the sowing of eight bushels of wheat 
^^^ ^ng. 

Aognstin Landry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 26 years, has been in the 
xjatry tiio years. Married to Margueritte Granger, native of TAcadie, aged 23 years. 
They have one son and one daughter : 
^jamin Landry, aged 18 months. 
Margueritte, aged 3 months. 
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They have the following live stock, two oxen, two cows, one bull, two ewes, two 
sows, one pig and fifteen fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 
Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it for the sowing of two bushels of wheat 
next spring. 

Charles Landry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years, has been in the 
country two years. Married to Marie Granger, native of TAcadie, aged 19 years. 

They have Pierre Landry, their son, aged six days. 

They have in live stock : — one ox, two cows, one ewe and eight fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given them verbally by Monsieur de 
Bonnaventure. They have made no clearing, having been but a short time on their 
land. 

Amand Daigre, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 40 years, has been in the 
country two years. Married to Elisabeth Vincent, native of I'Acadie, age 34 years. 

They have six children, two sons and four daughters : 

Simon Daigre, aged 15 years; 

Pierre, aged 4 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 10 years; 

Magdelaine, aged 8 years ; 

Auzitte, aged 6 years; 

Marie Joseph, aged 10 months. 

They have the following live stock : one cow, two calves, one sow and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 
Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it for the sowing of four bushels of 
wheat. 

Charles Daigre, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 38 years, has been in the 
country for two years. Married to Cecille Landry, native of I'Acadie, aged 36 years. 

They have two daughters : 

Margueritte Cecille, aged 2 years ; 

Marie, aged 9 months. 

Living with them are: — R^my Daigre, brother of said Charles, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 25 years ; 

Marie Joseph, their sister, aged 10 years. 

They have the following live stock : four oxen, three cows, one bull, two calves, 
one heifer, three sows, five pigs and twenty -two fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given them verbally by Monsieur de 
Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it for the sowing of six bushels of wheat 

Alexandre Daigre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 22 years, has been in the 
country one year. Married to Elisabeth Granger, native of I'Acadie, aged 20 years. 

They have Charles Daigre, their son, aged 3 months. 

In live stock they have : one ox, one cow and one sow. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by M. de Bonnaven 
ture. They have made no clearing, having been there only a short time. 

CENSUS OF RIVIERE DU NORD-EST. 

Census of the inhabitants of the Riviere du Nord-est, in men, women, children, et< 
North side : — 

Enselme Boudrot, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 33 years, has been in thi 
country two years. Married to Genevieve Giroir, native of I'Acadie, aged 31 years. 

They have three sons and one daughter : — 

Enselme, aged 7 years ; 

Simon, aged one year ; 

Henriette, aged 4 years. 

Their live stock consists of four oxen, four cows, four ewes, and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the said river, am 
was given to them verbally by M. de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on i 
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Denis Boudrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 75 years, has been in the country ^ 
two jears. Married to Anne Vincent, native of TAcadie, aged 60 years. 

Tbej have the following live stock : three oxen, two cows, two pigs, one sow and two 
fowls. 

He land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 

BoDDaventure. lliey have made a clearing on it for the sowing of 20 bushels of wheat. 

Isidore Daigre, hative of TAcadie, aged 27 years, has been in the country two years. 

Muried to Agatte Bariaud, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years. They have one son, 

Firmain, aged one year. 

Tbeir live stock is as follows : two oxen, two cows, one mare, three ewes, two sows, 
tkree pigs and four fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given them verbally by Monsieur de fionna- 
ventnre, and upon it they have made a clearing for the sowing of six bushels of wheat. 
Marie Boudrot, widow of Pierre Richard, very poor, native of TAcadie, aged 36 
years, has been in the country two years. f 

She has six children, five sons and one daughter : — 
Pierre Richard, aged 19 years ; 
Paul, aged 17 years; 
Joseph, aged 13 years ; 
Honor^ aged 10 years ; 
Tbomas, ajged 6 years ; 
Marie, aged \f^ years. 
Ibey have no live stock. 

The land on which she is settled is situated on the north bank of the said Riviere du 
.Vord-Est It was given to her verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture and he resumes 
pQssessioD as they have made no improvements. ^ 

Marie Madeleine Pitre, widow of Pierre Godet, poor, native of I'Acadie, aged 39 
Tears, has been in the country two years. 
She has six sons and three daughters : — 
Edenne Godet, aged 23 years. 
Pierre, aged 23 years. 
Dominique, aged 19 years. 
Fran^^is, aged 14 years. 
Cyprien, aged 12 years. 
Joseph, aged 6 years. 
Doratte, aged 16 years. 
Anne, aged 9 years. 
Marie, aged 12 years. 

live stock : she has two oxen, one cow, one ewe, one sow and one hen. 
The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and was 
^Teo to them verbally by M. de Bonna venture. They have made a clearing for sowing 
tbirty-two bashels of wheat. 

Jean Blanchard, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 40 years, has been in the 
<«nitry 14 months. Married to Anne Bourg, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years. 
They have one son and two daughters : — 
J^n Gr^goire, aged 7 years. 
Anne, aged 5 years. 
C^le, Aged 18 months. 

They have live stock as follow : four oxen, one heifer, five sheep, one sow, four pigs, 
•d three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by M. de Bonne- 
^tore. They have made a garden on it. 

Joseph Bourg, ploughman, native of T Acadie, aged 4 1 years and 5 months. He 
kai been in the country one year. Married to Fran^oise Dugast, aged 29 years. 
They have four sons and four daughters : — 
Josei^ Bourg, aged 16 years. 
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Francois, aged 40 months. 
Jean Baptiste, aged 3 months. 
Agn^, aged 14 years. 
Isabel le, aged 12 years. 
Marie Fran9oi8e, aged 8 years. 
Margueritte Josephe, aged 6 year?. 

They have live stock as follows : four oxen, one cow, one calf, two sows and three 
pigs. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 
Bonnaventure. On it they have made a garden. 

Paul Douaron dit le Grand Paul, native of TAcadie, ploughman, aged 42 years, has 
been in the country two years. Married Marguerite Michel, native of PAcadie, aged 46 
years. 

They have three sons and six daughters : — 
Pierre Paul, aged 12 years. 
Jean Baptiste, aged 8 years. 
Joseph, aged 4 years. 
Margueritte Joseph, aged 17 years. 
Anne Appoline, aged 15 years. 
Blanche, aged 10 years. 
Auzitte, aged 6 years. 
Roze, aged 2 years. 
Helen ne, aged 8 months. 

His live stock consists of four bulls, three cows, two heifers, two sows, two pigs 
and twenty-five fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by M. de Bonna- 
venture. They have made a clearing on it where they hope to sow eight bushels of 
wheat next spring. 

Claude Dugats, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 40 years, has been in the 
country twelve months. Married to Marie Joseph Aucoin, native of TAcadie, aged 43 
years 

They have five sons and three daughters : — 
Joseph Dugats, aged 16 years. 
Jean Baptiste, aged 14 years. 
Victor, aged 8 years. 
Theodore, aged 6 years. 
Paul, aged 4 years. 
Marie, aged 9 years. 
Ang^lique, aged 7 years. 
Anne, aged 5 years. 

His live stock consists of two oxen, two cows, two heifers, three sows, four pigs and 
twelve fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them by M. de Bonnaventure. 
They have made a clearing on it for sowing two bushels of wheat. 

-D...! A -'^Iq^ ploughman, native of TAceuiie, aged 41 years, has been 13 months in 
Married to Marie la Blanche, native of TAcadie, aged 37 years. 
i a son and three daughters : — 
^ed 4 years, 
eph, aged 8 years. 
» Suzanne, aged 6 years, 
ged 2 years. 

5 the following live stock : — 

ae cow, one wether, one sow, four pigs and seven fowls or chickens, 
on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 
and they have made a clearing on it for sowing a bushel of wheat, 
icoin, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 75 years, has been in the 
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Tbej have no children with them. They have in live stock, : one cow and one sow. 

Thej have no land but are settled on the land of Paul A.ucoin and Claude Dugast 
tbflir son and son-in-law. 

LeSr. Am and Bugeaud, senior, merchant and navigator, natiee of TAcadie, aged 51 
fears, has been in the country four years. Married to Dame Claire Doussets, native of 
1 Aowiie, aged 37 years. They have no children with them but Fran9oise Blanchard, 
moiber of the said dame. 

Thej have the following live stock : six oxen, four bulls, nine cows, six calves, one 
tMxie, one sow, three pigs, five sheep and twenty-five fowls ; and a vessel of twenty-five 
toot. 

The land on which they are settled was granted to them by Messieurs de Bonnaven- 

tare and de Gontin, comprising arpents of front and forty of depth. They 

Mve made a clearing on which they hope to sow twelve bushels of wheat next spring. 

Le Sr. Pierre Oautier, navigator, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, has been in the 
odODtry three years. Married to Jeanne La Forest, native, of Louisbourg, aged 18 
jears. 

He has in live stock, two oxen and six sheep. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the said Riviere 
du Nord-E^t, and was given them verbally by M. de Bonnaventure. He has made no 
clearing. 

Le Sr. Jean Bugeaud, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, has been in 
'ie ooQQtry two years. Married to Anne Douville, native of the harbour of Saint- 
Fxrre, in the north of this island, aged 26 years. 

They have no children. 

In live stock they have two oxen, three cowa^ two calves, one horse, two wethers, 
tbee ewes, one sow, three pigs, seven geese, seven turkeys and thirty fowls or 
chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them by the Sr. Joseph Bugeaud, 
tbeir father and father-in-law, on which the said Jean Bugeaud has made a clearing 
vbere he has sowed four bushels of wheat and five bushels of oats, and he hopes next 
spring to sow sixteen bushels. 

Le Sr. Joseph Bugeaud, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 53 years, has been 
three years in the country. Married to Marie Joseph Landry, native of VAcadie, aged 
^ jeare. 

They hfive three sons and five daughters : — 

Charles Bugeaud, aged 21 years ; 

Francois Placide, aged 16 years ; 

Mathurin, aged 10 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 19 years; 

Marie Roze, aged 17 years ; 

Anne, aged 1 5 years ; 

Marie, aged 1 1 years ; 

F^icit^, aged 6 years. 

They have the following live stock : two oxen, two cows, one calf, two ewes and 
^faor joung, one sow, two pigs and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the said Riviere 
<ia Nord-Est, like the preceding, and was given to them by a permit from Monsieur de 
BoQDaventure. On it they have made a clearing where they have sowed six bushels of 
*Wt and a half bushel of peas, and they hope next spring to sow twelve busheU more. 

Joseph Gautier, senior, navigator, native of TAcadie, aged 35 years, has been in 
^ country three years. Married to Demoiselle Margueritte Bugeaud, native of 
iAeadie, aged 24 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Joseph Gauthier, aged 3 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 11 months. 

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Tn live stock they have three oxen, five cows, two heifers, one horse, foar calves' 
four ewes, three sows, three pigs, eight geese, thirty fowls, and one vessel of 45 to 50 
tons. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. They have made a clearing on 
which they have sown six bushels of wheat, and hope to sow twelve bushels next spring. 

Paul Broussard dit Courtiche, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 25 years, has 
been in the country 26 months. Married to Magdelaine Landry, native of TAcadie, 
aged 23 years 8 months. 

They have one son : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 2 years. 

In live stock they have four oxen, one cow, three bulls, one horse, three ewes, four 
pigs and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
given to them verbally by M. de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on i% where 
they have sown eleven bushels of wheat and six of peas, and they hope to sow twenty-five 
bushels next spring. 

Le Sr. Louis Amand Bugeaud, junior, navigator, native of TAcadie, aged 23 years, 
has been in the country four years. Not married. 

Living with him are : — 

Antoine Amand Gautrot, native of TAcadie, aged 20 years ; 

Charles Gautrot, his brother, native of TAcadie, aged 17 years, domestics. 

His live stock consist of eleven cows, four calves, one sow, four pigs, one wether, 
ten ewes and 2-^ fowls. 

The land on which he is settled is situated on the north side of the said Riviere da 
Nord-Est, and was granted him under a permit from Monsieur Benoist, dated 1 749, 
comprising seven arpents frontage by forty in depth. This land is called *' la source 
a Bel lair." There is a clearing on which they have sown three bushels of wheat, two 
bushels of oats and three bushels of peas, and ploughed land for sowing ten bushels of 
wheat. 

Dame Marie Allain, widow of the Sr. Nicolas Gautier, merchant, aged 58 years, 
and has been three years in the country. 

She has two sons and two daughters : — 

Joseph Gautier, aged 19 years ; 

Jean, aged 1 1 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 15 years ; 

Marie, aged 12 years. 

In her employ is Guillaume Lagneau, of Indian nationality, native of Baston, 
aged 55 years. 

She has the followinpj live stock : — six oxen, four cows, three heifers, two bulls, 
three calves, two wethers, two ewes and 80 fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the Riviere du 
Nord-Est at Source a Bellair, and was given them by permit from Monsieur Benoist 
dated 24th January, 1749. It comprises seven arpents frontage by forty arpents in 
depth. They have made a clearing and have sowed there seven bushels of wheat and 
one bushel of oats. 

The said lady enjoys the possession of another piece of land, situated at the 
place de Brouillant, of four arpents frontage by forty in depth. 

Jacques Langlois dit Jacqui, carpenter and ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 36 
years, has been nine years in the country. Mnrried to Marie Joseph Darambour, native 
of I'Acadie, aged 25 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : — 

Aimable, aged 4 years 6 months. 

Jacques Mathieu, aged 20 months. 

Cecille, aged 6 years. 

They have in live stock two oxen, two cows, one calf, three ewes, two sows, five 
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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was grant- 
ed to them verbally by Monsieur Duchambon. They have made a clearing and sowed on 
it ten bushels and a half of wheat, one bushel of oats, two bushels of peas, and ploughed 
Iftfid for sowing two bnsheld besides. ' 

Joseph Michel, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, and has been 18 
oQBths in Uie country. Married to Genevieve Du Rambour, native of Port St. Pierre, 
in the north of the island, aged 19 years. 

They have Marie Joseph Michel, aged three months. 

Their stock is as follows : one cow, two ewes, one sow, one pig and six fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and was 
;iT«n to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it 
vliere they have sown three bushels and a half of wheat and half a bushel of peas. 

Etienne Charles Philippe dit LaRoche, native of Paris, aged 37 years, and he has 
been in the oountry years Married to Marie Mazerolle, native of I'Acadie. 

They have five children, all sons : — 

Jean Baptiste Du Rambour, aged 15 years. 

Jscquee Du Rambour, aged 13 years. 

Joseph Philippe, son of said Etienne. 

Charles Philippe, aged 8 years. 

Joseph, aged 5 years. 

Jean Pierre, aged 3 years. 

Of live stock they have two oxen, one cow, one calf, three ewes, one sow, two pigs 
ud ten fowL 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the Riviere du 
.Votd-Est, and was granted to them by Messieurs de Pensens and Dubuisson. They 
liwreiDade on it a clearing for sowing thirty-two bushels of grain and this year they 
btve sown on it sixteen bushels of wheat, one of oats and two of peas. 

Jean Helie, master tailor, native of the town of Poitiers, in Poitou, aged 46 years, 
«od has been in the country three years. Married to Fran9oise Bonne vie, native of 
1 Acadie, aged 50 years. 

They have one son of a previous marriage : 

Jean Baptiste Olivier, aged 1 9 years, 

Jeanne, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years. 

Their live stock consist of two cows, two oxen, one bull, two heifers, eight pigs 
^ one cow in calf. 

The land on which they are settled, is situated as in the preceding case and was 
P^ to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have sown on it four 
Wbels and a half of wheat, and have besides fallow land sufficient for the sowing of 
'•other eight bushels. 

Francois Dugay, ploughman, native of the parish of Pluvign^, bishopric of Vannes, 
^ Brittany, aged 50 years, and has been in the country 36 years. Married to Marie 
^Qonevie, native of TAcadie, aged 48 years. 

They have six children, four sons and two daughters : 

Charles Dugay, aged 14 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 13 years ; 

Olivier, aged 6 years ; 

Jacques, aged 4 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 10 years ; 

Mane, aged 1 9 months. 

Their live stock consist of two oxen, one horse, one ewe, one sow, four pigs and 
t« fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. They have 
^^ a clearing for the sowing of five bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Francois Haoh^ Galland, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 45 years, and has been 
^ years in the country. Married to Anne Boudrot, native of T Acadie, aged 33 years. 

They have seven sons and one daughter : 
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Louis, aged 14 years ; 

Jasques Ange, aged 13 years ; 

Jean Fran9oi8, aged 1 1 years ; 

Reii^, aged 9 years ; 

Joseph, aged 4 years ; 

Charles, aged 4 months ; 

Marie Roze, aged 5 years. 

They have the following live stock : four oxen, four cows, three heifers, two bulls, 
four sows, two pigs, three fowls : Also, a corn mill made of coarse stone; which is used 
at the most only half the year. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the North side of the Riviere da 
Nord-EiSt, and was given to them by grant from Monsieur Duvivier, under date of the 
first July, 1745. It comprises four arpents frontage by forty arpents in depth. The j 
have sown ten bushels of wheat and two of peas and have fallow land sufficient for the 
sowing of sixteen bushels more. 

Joseph Pretieux, ploughman, native of I^a Ronhelle, aged 63 years, and he has been 

28 years in the country. * Married to Anne Hach^ Qalland, native of TAcadie, aged 48 
years. 

They have three sons and one daughter : 
Pierre Pretieux, aged 1 5 years, 
Joseph, aged 13 years, 
Louis, aged 11 years, 
Louise Margueritte, aged 1 8 years. 

Of live stock they have four oxen, two heifers, one wether, five ewes, one sow and 
six pigs and two cows with four calves. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and is held bj 
them under grant by Monsieur Duvivier, dated the first July, 1 745. It is four arpents in 
depth. They have made a clearing and have sown seven bushels of wheat, two bushels 
of rye and have sufficient fallow land for sowing eighteen bushels more. 

Augustin Doucet dit Justice, ploughman, native of Quebec, aged 29 years, and has 
been in the country eighteen years. Married to Anne Marie Pretieux, native of Port 
La J oye, of this island, aged 20 years. 

The said Dousset has two sons by a previous marriage : 
Joachim Dousset, agod nine years, 
Joseph, aged 7 years. 

In live stock they have : one bull, (me heifer, one ewe and one sow. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north shore of the Riviere do 
Nord-Est, and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. No clearing 
has been made, permission having been given them to go on the land only in the month 
of June. 

Fran((*ois Hach^ Galland, son of Marie Genty, ploughman, native of Louisbourg, 
aged 25 years, has been in the country two years. Married to Frant^oise Olivier, native 
of TAcadie, aged 20 years. 

They have Marie Auzitte, their daughter, aged 17 months. 

And in live stock they have two oxen, two cows, one ewe, nine fowls, and one cow 
in calf. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and was 
given to them by Monsieur Duvivier. They have made a clearing on it where they have 
sown seven bushels of wheat and they have fallow land besides for the sowing of fifteen 
bushels. 

Jean Bte. Hache Oalland, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, has been 

29 years in the country. Married to Anne Olivier, native of I'Acadie, aged 33 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : 
Pierre Paul Hach^, aged 4 months, 
Anne Marie, aged 22 months. 
They have in live stock : four oxen, one cow, one horse, one wether, three ewes, one 
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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and is held 
onder a grant accorded to them by Monsieur Duvivier. 

They have made a clearing for the sowing of seventeen bushels of seed on which 
tliej have sown seven bushels of wheat. 

Marie Genty, widow, very poor, of Jean Baptiste Hach^ Oalland, native of FAcadie, 
i^ 48 years, and she has been 29 years in the country. 

She has seven children, five sons and two daughters : — 

Antonine Hach^, aged 18 years ; 

Michel, aged 16 years ; 

Joseph, aged 1 4 years ; 

Louis, aged 12 years ; 

Georges, aged 10 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 25 years ; 

Margueritte Louise, aged 23 years. 

Of hve srock they have two oxen, one cow, one horse, one wether, two ewes, two 
»V8, four pigs, five geese and ten fowls. 

The land on which they axe settled is situated as in the preceding case. They hold it 
bj grant from Monsieur Duvivier. They have made a clearing for the sowing of thirty 
cvo bushels, but have only sown seven not having been able to procure more owing to 
their poverty. 

Michel Deveau, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 33 years. Has been in the 
coQDtry twenty years. Married to Marie Poirier, native of I'Acadie, aged 25 years. 

They have one son and two daughters : — 

Michel Doveau, aged 3 years ; 

Marie, aged 5 years ; 

Louise, aged 10 months. 

In live si^ock, they have two oxen, one cow, one horse, one wether, four ewes, five 
»vs, four pigs and nine fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure No clearing has been made on said land 
owini? to itfl not being good for cultivation. They have made their clearing on land 
sitoatal at the harbour Au Sauvage where they have sown six bushels of wheat, one 
boahel of oats, and one bushel and a half of peas and have fallow land for the sowing of 
tai bushels. They hold this land verbally as they do the other. 

Charles Hach^ dit Charlit, ploughman, native of Pore La Joye, aged 27 years. 
Married to Anne Desveau, native of the harbour Au Sauvage, aged 18 years. They 
^ve in live stock two oxen, one cow, one heifer, one calf, two wethers, three ewes, two 
■>*^ one pig and seven fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north shore of the Riviere du 
Xord-Est, at the part called La Grande Source. It was granted to them by Monsieur 
Dvpont Duvivier. They made no clearing, finding the soil was poor in quality. |They 
bftve made a clearing on the Crown lands where they have sown eight bushels of wheat. 

Pierre Deveaux, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 29 years, has been in the 
«ontry 24 years. Married to Marie Hach^, native of I'Acadie, aged 28 years. 

Tkej have two sons and one daughter : — 

Blaise Deveau x, aged 5 years ; 

Charles, aged 5 months ; , 

Marie Modeste, aged 2 years. 
Francois Hach^, his brother, native of I'Acadie, aged 21 years. 
Li live stock they have two oxen, two bulls, one heifer, two mares, one wether, 
W ewes, one sow, three pigs and seventeen fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
fnnted to them by Monsieur Dupont Duvivier. They have made a clearing on it for 
the aowiog of sixteen bushels and have sown eight. 

Charles Poitier, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 27 years and has been in the 
^^J^sAry three years. Married to Marie Blanche Caissy, native of I'Acadie, aged 26 
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They have Modeste Poitier, their daughter, aged 3 years. 

Rosalie Caissy, her sister, native of TAcadie, aged 19 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two bulls, one cow, one wether, two ewes, one 
sow, three pigs and seven fowl. * 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the proceeding case and was given 
them by Monsieur Benoist. They have made no clearing on it for similar reasons to 
those already given in other cases. They have made a clearing in the Crown lands for 
sowing eight bushels of seed. 

Census of Riviere du Nobd-Est. 

Census of the inhabitants of the south side of Riviere du Nord-Est, in au'n, 
women, children, etc. 

Nicholas Bouchard, ploughman, native of the parish of St. Thomas, bishopric of 
Quebec, aged 29 years, has btsen three years in the country. Married to Marie Chias 
son, native of TAcadie, aged 29 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Nicolas Bouchard, aged 4 years ; 

Marie, aged 2 years. 

Their live stock consists of two oxen, two cows, two heifers, two bulls, two calTw, 
four wethers, three ewes, three sows, one pig and ten fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the Riviere du 
Nord-Elst, and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventnre. On it they 
have made a clearing in which they have sown five bushels of wheat, and fallow land for 
the sowiiig of another five bushels. 

Pierre Hach^, son of Marie Qenty, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years, 
and has been in the country 16 years. Married toltfarie Douaron, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 22 years. 

They have no children, not being long married. 

Magdelaine Douaron, native of Isle St Jean, aged two years, lives with them. 

Of live stock they have two oxen, one bull, one mare, two ewes, one sow and five 
fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and is held 
under grant, dated third January, 1745, from Monsieur Duvivier. 

It comprises four arpents of frontage by forty in depth. They have made no clear- 
ing having been only a short time on the land. 

Frauf^ois Vescot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 37 years, and has been in the 
country 34 years. Married to Anne Marie Arceneau, native of TAcadie, aged 26 years. 

Tbey have two sons and one daughter : — 

Frani^ois Vescot, aged 7 years ; 

Michel, aged 4 years ; 

Marie, aged 2 years. 

Their live stock consists of four oxen, four cows, four bulls, one heifer, one calf, one 
mare, eight wethers, three ewes, four sows, four pigs and twelve fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the Riviere du 
Nord-Est. They hold it by grant from Monsieur Benoist. They have made a clearing 
on which they have sown fourteen bushels of wheat, two bushels of oats, and one 
bushel and a half of peas. 

Charles Hach^ dit Galland, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 53 years, and has 
been in the country 30 years. Married to Genevieve Lavergne, native of T Acadie, aged 
42 years. 

They have two sons and three daughters : — 

Joseph Hach^, aged 8 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 2 years ; 

Louise Genevieve, aged 22 years ; 

Anne, aged 15 years ; 

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Damoiselle Lonise Margueritte Poitier Dubuisson, native of Montreal, bishopric of 
Qoebec, aged 42 years. 

Their live stock is as follows : Five oxen, five cows, two heifers, three bulls, one 
cdf, eight wethers, fourteen ewes, four sows, six pigs and five fowls. 

Ilie land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and was 
iTtntdd as follows, to wit: One piece of land granted by Monsieur Duvivier in 1745 
ooder date the first of July, comprising five arpents, five perches of frontage and forty 
vpaits in length ; and another piece of land that the said Charles Hach^ has purchased 
from Joseph Hach^, his brother, granted to said Joseph Hach^ by Monsieur Duvivier un- 
der date sixth July, 1745, comprising four arpents of frontage and forty arpents in depth, 
the two pieces of land lying contiguous to each other and forming one estate of nine 
Arpents five perches frontage by forty arpents in depth. They have sown on it twenty- 
foor bushels of wheat, three bushels of oats and three bushels of peas. 

Pierre Hach^ Galland, widower, ploughman and navigator, native of TAcadie, aged 
51 years, has been 30 years in the country. 

He has three sons and five daughters : — 

Louis Hach^ aged 25 years ; 

Pierre, aged 23 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 17 years ; 

Gwievi^ve, aged 21 years; 

Marie Anne, aged 19 years; 

Louise, aged 15 years ; 

Anne, aged 13 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 8 years. 

In live stock they have six oxen, four cows, two bulls, two calves, two mares, five 
weUjers, eleven ewes, seven sows, two pigs and twenty-three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the Riviere du 
Xocd-Est of Port La Joye. They hold it by grant, and have made a clearing on which 
thej have sown thirty-two bushels of wheat, one bushel of oats, and have made fallow 
lud for the sewing of sixteen bushels. 

Pierre Duval, blacksmith and ploughman, native of the parish of Sougeal, bishop- 
ry of Rennes, aged 48 years, and has been 22 years in the country. Married to Marie 
Ma^Uine Hach^, native of TAcadie, aged 42 years. 

They have two sons and four daughters : — 

Jean Pierre Duval, aged 10 years ; 

Charles, aged 6 months ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 17 years ; 

Anne, aged 15 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 7 years ; 

Audtte, aged 5 years. 

Francois Mazierre, orphan, native of this island, aged 6 years. 

They have in live stock, four oxen, four cows, two heifers, one bull, two calves, one 
■are with young, four wethers, ten ewes, two sows, five pigs, and fifty fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
gruted them by Messieurs Duvivier and Degoutin. On it they have made a clearing 
*^ere they have sown sixteen bushels of wheat and eight bushels of oats, and made 
^v land sufficient for the sowing of seventeen bushels more. 

Charles Martin, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 40 years, has been in the 
«wntry 30 years. Married to Fran9oise Carr^, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years. No 
ciuldreQ. 

Their live stock consists of four oxen, five cows, one calf, one mare, five wethers, 
tvo sows, fourteen pigs at\d sixteen fowls or chickens ; and a boat. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. They hold 
it under grant trom Messieurs Duvivier and Degoutin. On it they have made a clearing 
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Barth^lemy Martin, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 42 years ; has been in the 
country 30 years. Married to Magdeleine Carret, native of I'Acadie, aged 38 years. 

They have six sons and four daughters : — 

Pierre Paul Martin, aged 20 years. 

Charles Michel, aged 18 years. 

Fran9ois, aged 16 years. 

Jacques Cbristophe, aged 14 years. 

Joseph, aged 12 years. 

Jean Foelix, aged one year. 

Marie Joseph Martin, aged 13 years. 

Euphrosinne, aged 9 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 7 years. 

Jeanne, aged 3 years. 

They have the fiollowing live stock : four oxen, four cows, four heifers, nine wethers, 
eleven ewes, five pigs, nine fowls. 

The land on whi^ they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases and was 
given to them by grant from Messieurs Duvivier and Degoutin. They have made a clear- 
ing on it where they have sown forty bushels of wheat, fifteen bushels of oato, and half 
a bushel of peas, and made fallow land for the sowing of twenty bushels more. 

Joseph Martin, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 50 years ; has been in the 
country 30 years. Married to Elizabeth Caret, widow of the late Dousset, native of 
FAcadie, aged 32 years. 

They have two sons and four daughters : — 

Joseph Doucet, aged 12 years. 

Pierre, aged 9 years. 

Margueritte, aged 13 years. 

Rose, aged 6 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 17 months. 

Anne, aged 4 months. 

Their live stock consists of five oxen, one cow, two calves, two wethers, three ewes, 
two sows, four pigs, and ten fowls or chickens. 

Honnor^ Bourgeois, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 52 years, and has been 
two years in the country. Married to Marie Magdelaine Pichard, native of the parish 
of Saint- L^ger, bishopric of Chartres, aged 48 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Maroueritte Bourgeois, aged 17 years. 
, aged 15 years. 

took they have four oxen, four cows, four calves, one horse, six wethers, 
two sows, four pigs and twelve fowls. 

I on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the Riviere du 
Port La Joye, and they acquired it from Charles Hache as guardian and 
; children, minor and major, of the late Renne Rassicot. They have made 
the sowing of forty bushels of seed where they have sown twelve bushels of 
ishel of barley, one bushel of sprat, four bushels of oats and six bushels of 

Census. 

f the settlers of the Riviere de Peugiguit, said river being situated on the 
the Riviere du Nord-Est. 

ptiste Rassicot, ploughman, native of Port La Joye. 
stock consists of one ox, one sow and one pig. 

, on which he is settled is situated on the east side of the Riviere de Peagi- 
given to him under grant from Monsieur Benoist, and on it he has made 
[fieient for sowing ten bushels of seed of which he has sown four, 
alloa, ploughman, native of the parish of St Pierre Langers, aged 42 years, 
le country 30 years. Married to Marguerite Montaury, native of Port 
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They have three sons and two daughters. 

Fdix Oalloa, aged 7 years. 

Jean Baptiste, aged 5 years. 

Joseph, aged 2 years. 

Marie Fran^oise, aged 13 years. 

Henriette, aged 11 years. 

Their live stock consists of two oxen, two cows, two calves, one wetlier, six ewes, 
three {Hgs and one hen. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and was grant- 
ed to them by ftfonsieur Be^oist. They have made a clearing on it sufficient for the sowing 
'Jnine bushels of which they have sown three bushels of wheat and one of peas. 

Paal Olivier, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 25 years, has been in the country 
three years.- Married to Margueritte Poyrier, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Jean Baptiilte Olivier, aged 2 years. 

Marie Magdelaine, aged 11 months. 

Of live, stock they have two oxen, one cow, one heifer, one sow, seven pigs and five 

The land on which th^y are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and they 
hoid it by permission of Monsieur Duchambon and M. Degoutin. They have made a 
ckaiing where they have sown eight bushels of wheat, and half a bushel of peas and 
Ure fallow land sufficient for seven bushels more. 

Mathieu Glin dit Cadet, fisherman and ploughman, native of the town of Bayonne, 
afcd 58 years, and has been in the country 34 years. Married to Marie Martin, native 
cfTAcadie, aged 54 years. 

They have one son and three daughters : — 

Jean Fran9ois Monta'udy, aged 25 years. 

Anne Agathe, aged 27 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 19 years. 

Marie. Louise Glin, aged 16 years. 

Their live stock consists of four oxen, three cows, tBree calves, four wethers, three 
ewea, five sows, one pig and t^ o fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was 
giT«i to them by Monsieur Benoist They have made a clearing where they have sown 
ten bushels of wheat, one bushel of peas and have fallow land for the sowing of six bushels 
beddes. 

Pierre Mathurin Girard dit Crespin, sol<jier of the former company of Monsieur 
^ Bonnaventure, native of the parish of St. Coulombin, bishopric of Nantes, aged 31 
Jttra^aiid has been in the colony three years. Married to Marie Margueritte Closquinet, 
aitive of the country, aged 25 years. 

Their Jive stack consists of two oxen, three cows, two calves, three wethers, three 
^^ three sows, three pigs and eight fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the ]$receding case, and was 
fnnted by Messieurs Duvivier and Degoutin They have made a clearing for the 
mowing of twelve bushels of wheat next spring. 

Jacques Hach^ dit Galland« ploughman, native of the country, aged 25 years, 
^^•nied to Anne Boudrot, native of Port Toulouse, aged 25 years: 

They have one son and two daughters : — 

Pierre Hach^, aged 4 years. 

Marie, aged 30 months. 

Genevieve, aged 10 months. 

I^xiis Racicot, native of the island, aged 13 years. 

Their live stock consists of the following : two oxen, five cows, four calves, six 
**«», one wether, two sows and twelve fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
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ten bushels of wheat and one bushel of peas, and have fallow land for fourteen bushels 
in addition. 

Jo£eph Poirier, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 31 years, has been in the 
country one year. Married to Ursulle Renauld, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years. 

They have Marie Poirier, their daughter, aged 2 years, Marie Lapierre, his mother. 

Pierre Renauld, his brother, native of TAcadie, aged 18 years. 

Judict, native of the same, age 16 years. 

Anne, aged 13 years. 

Enselme, aged 8 years. 

In live stock they have one cow with calf, two sows, one pig and seven fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the proceeding case. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made on it a clearing 
sufficient for the sowing of twelve bushels of seed the coming spring. 

Census. 

Census of Riviere de Peugiguit on the west side. 

Francois Dousset, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 26 years and has been in 
the country 12 years. Married to Margueritte Jacquemire,. native of Louisbourg, aged 
26 years. 

In live stock they have one bull, one cow, one calf, one wether, seven ewes, and 
one sow. 

The land on which they are settled is situated oh the west side of the Riviere de 
de Peugiguit. It was given to them by a grant from Monsieur Duvivier. They have 
made a clearing on it on which they sowed eight bushels of wheat, and have fallow land 
for 12 bushels more. 

Pierre Closquinet, ploughman, native of Louisbourg, aged 27 years. Married to 
Marie Joseph Boudrot, native of I'Acadie, aged 20 years. 

They have the following live stock, two oxen, two cows, one calf, two wethers, 
nine ewes, two sows, seven pigs and six fowls. 

The land on which they«are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was 
given to them by a grant from Messieurs Duvivier and Degoutin. On it they have made 
a clearing where thpy have sown sixteen bushels of wheat, six bushels of peas, six bushels 
of oats, and have fallow land for sixteen bushels additional. 

Louis Closquinet dit Desmoulins, ploughman, native of France, aged 66 years, 
has been in the country 25 years. Married to Marguerite Longue^p^, native of 
TAcadie, aged 52 years. 

They have four sons and one daughter : — 

Louis Closquinet, aged 22 years. 

Joseph, aged 19 years. 

Jean Baptiste, aged 19 years. 

Aimable, aged 13 years. 

Louise Gennevi^ve, ^ged 1 7 years. 

Their live stock consists of the following : nine oxen, six cows, four heifers, one 
bull, one horse, one mare with colt, eight wethers, fifteen ewes, fourteen pigs, eight 
sows and twenty fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was 
given to them by grant from Messieurs Duvivier and Degoutin. They have made a 
clearing on it for sowing sixty-four bushels of grain, where they have sowed thirty-two 
bushels of wheat, fourteen bushels of peas and ten bushels of oath. 

Robert Hengo, ploughman, native of the parish of Carolle, bishopric of Avranche, 
aged 36 years, and has been 18 years in the countiy. Married to Margueritte Hache, 
widow of the late Jaoquemin. 

They have two sons and threee daughters ; 

Jean Fran9ois Hengo, aged 9 years ; 

Michel, aged 7 years ; 

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Marie Louise Jaoquemin, aged 16 years ; 

Magdeleine Hengo, aged 1 1 years. 

Their live stock consists of four oxen, four cows, three calves, one horse, twelve 
wethers, twelve ewes, three sows, seven pigs and ten fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding casa It was 
giren to him by grant from Monsieur Duvivier. ' He has made a clearing sufficient for 
soving thirty-two bushels of grain, of which he has sown five in wheat and three in peas. 

Louis Vallet dit Langevin, extremely poor, soldier formerly of the company of 
Monsieur Dangeac, native of the town of Angers, aged 47 years ; has been 19 years 
in the country. Married to Brigitte Pinet, native of Canada, aged 33 years. 

They have one son and four daughters : 

Louis Vallet, aged 18 months ; . 

Margueritte, aged 17 years ; 

Louise, aged 9 years ; 

Rose, aged 7 years ; 

Marie, aged 5 years. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. They 
acquired it for the sum of 70 livres from Michel Hubert. They have made a clearing on 
it where they have sown six bushels of wheat and two bushels of peas, and have fallow 
laod sufficient for the sowing of thirty bushels this coming spring. 

In live stock they have five oxen, one cow, one calf, one mare with colt, three 
vethers, eight ewes, three sows, four pigs and ten fowls or chickens. 

Jean Lucas dit Bergerac, soldier of the company of Montalembert. 

He is alone, his wife having left him. 

The land on which he is settled was given him by grant from Monsieur Duvivier. 
He has made a clearing on it for sowing thirty-two bushels of seed of which he has sown 
five in wheat and three in peas. 

Jacque3 Leblanc, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 57 years ; he has been four 
j€ir« in the country. Married to Cecille Dupuis, native of TAcadie, aged 55 years. 

They have four sons and two daughters : 

Jean Pierre Le Blanc, aged 25 years ; 

Joseph, aged 23 years ; 

Dominique, aged 21 years; 

Cazimire, aged 19 years; 

Fran<^i8e, aged 26 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 16 years. 

Their live stock consists of eight oxen, six cows, one heifer, three calves, two bulls, 
two horses, five ewes, three sows, three pigs and twenty-five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the River dn 
Kord-Eet of Port La Joye. They have sown on it ten bushels of wheat, one bushel of 
otts and seven bushels of peas, and they have fallow land sufficient to sow twelve 
boshels of seed ; they also have a saw mill. 

Abraham Landry dit Chaques, widower, inhabitant of I'Acadie, aged 52 years ; he 
bas been four years in the country. 

He has two sons : — 

Charles Landry, aged 22 years ; 

Joseph, aged 18 years. 

They have in live stock : two oxen, one cow, three bulls, one sow, four pigs and 
eight fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case ; they have 
sown five bushels of wheat and three bushels of peas, and have fallow land for the 
sowing of six bushels of wheat. 

Cknsus. 

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Jacques Leblanc, proprietor of a saw mill, native of TAcadie, aged 57 years ; he 
has been in the country four years. Married to Cecille Dupuis, native of TAcadie, 
aged 55 years. 

They have four sons and two daughters : 

Jean Pierre LeBlanc, aged 25 years ; 

Joseph, aged 23 years ; 

Dominique, aged 21 years ; 

Casimire, aged 19 years ; 

Fran^oise, aged 26 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 16 years, 

In live stock they have : eight oxen, six cows, one heifer, three calves, two bolls, 
two horses, five ewes, three sows, three pigs and 25 fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the Riviere da 
Nord-Est; it was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On 
said land they have made a clearing of six arpents in extent, where they have sown ten 
bushels of wheat, one bushel of oats, and seven bushels of peas. 

Abraham Landry dit Jacquet, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 52 years ; he 
has been in the country four years. 

He has two sons : — 

Charles Landry, aged 22 years ; 

Joseph, aged 18 years. 

His live stock consists of two oxen, one cow, three bulls, three ewes, five sows, four 
pigs and eight fowls. 

SU^-The land on which he is settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
given to him verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. He has made a clearing of three 
arpents in extent where he has sown five bushels of wheat and three bushels <A peas. 

Estienne Terriaud, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 26 years ; he has been two 
years on the island. MarricKi to Helenne Landry, native of TAcadie, aged 28 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Joseph Terriaud, aged 4 years ; 

Fran9oise, aged 10 months. 

Their live stock consists of two oxen, two cows, two bulls, two heifers, hve ewes, 
five sows, four pigs and seven fowl. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case ; it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de BonavenJ^ure. 

They have made a clearing on it of three arpents in extent and have sown four 
bushels of wheat and four bushels of peas. 

Enselme Landry, ploughman, native of T Acadie, aged 34 years ; he has been two 
years in this country. Married Marie Magdelaine Leblanc, native of i'Acadie, aged 32 
years. 

They have Jean Pierre Landry, aged nine months. 

Their live stock consists of six oxen, five cows, two bulls, one horse, three ewes, 
four sows, four pigs and fifteen fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases; it 
was given verbally to them by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. 

They have made a clearing of three arpents and a half in extent on it where they 
have sown five bushels of wheat and four bushels of peas. 

Prosper Thibaudeau, ploughman, native of rAcadie, aged 27 years ; he has been in 
this country 22 months. Married to Helenne Bariaud, native of FAcadie, aged 26 
years. 

They have three daughters : 

Doratte Thibaudeau, aged 6 years ; 

Margueritte, aged four years ; 

Auzitte, aged 18 months. 

Their live stock consists of four oxen, one cow with calf, two sows, four pigs and 
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The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the Riviere du 
Nord-Est ; it was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On this land 
thef have made a clearing of four arpents in extent 

Joseph Tibaudeau, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 53 years, has been in 
thn island 22 months. Married to Marie Joseph Bourgeois, native of T Acadie, aged 50 
yesTB. 

They have six sons and one daughter : 

Olivier Thibaudeau, aged 23 years ; 

Ustache, aged 20 years ; 

Joseph, aged 18 years; 

Charles, aged 15 years ; 

Firmain, aged 10 years ; 

Roze, aged 8 years. 

Live stock : four oxen, one sow and five pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding ease ; and it was 
^▼en to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made on it a clear- 
ing of six arpents in extent. 

Antoinne Thibaudeau, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 56 years ; he has been 
OD this island only two months. Married to Susanne Commeau, native of I'Acadie, aged 
47 years. 

They have five sons and five daughters : 

Ambroise Thibaudeau, aged 26 years ; 

Blaise, aged 23 years ; 

Simon, aged 20 years ', 

Silvain, aged 18 years ; 

Bonnaventure, aged 15 years. 

Marie Susanne, aged 13 years. 

Elisabeth, aged 10 years. 

Margueritte, aged 8 years. 

Anne, aged 6 years. 

Doratte, aged 2 years. 

The land on which they ai*e settled is situated as in the preceding case ; and it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. 

Jacques Seliier, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 55 years ; he has only been 
m the country two years. Married to Blanche Hubert, native of TAcadie, aged 25 
yeaiB. 

They have four sons : — 

Pierre Seliier, aged 7 years. 

Noel, aged 5 years. 

Jasques, aged 4 years. 

Jean, aged 18 months. 

Two oxen are all there live stock. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases ; and it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have not made any clear- 
ing. 

Claude Oautrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 35 years ; he has been in the 
roontry two years. Married to Genevieve Hubert, native of I'Aoadie, aged 35 years. 

They have three sons and two daughters : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 7 years. 

Joseph, aged 5 years. 

Michel, aged 9 months. 

Anastasie, aged 13 years. 

Marie, aged 3 yeara 

They have in live stock, two oxen, two cows, two calves, three pigs and fifteen 
fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases ; and it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clear- 
ing of four arpents in extent. 

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Jean Hebert, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years ; he has been three 
years in the country. Married to Marie Hebert dit Jolico^ur, native of TAcadie, aged 
20 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 3 months. 

Marie, aged 5 years. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases ; it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have not made any 
clearing, 

Louis Hubert dit Baguette, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 58 years ; he has 
been in the country three yeara. Married to Maiie la Bauve, native of TAcadie, aged 
60 years. 

They have one son and two daughters. 

Jean Hubert, aged 22 years. 

T^tiste, axed 18 years. 

Modeste, aged 1 5 years. 

They have one horse. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a 
clearing of two arpents in extent. 

Allain Bugeauld, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, he has only been 
on the island one month. Married to Marie Granger, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years. 

They have one son, aged 9 months. 

In live stock, they own four oxen, one cow, one heifer and one calf. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. 

Allain Bugeaud, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 48 years, has been in the 
colony one year. Married to Magdeleine Boudrot, native of I'Acadie, aged 47 years. 

They have two sons and seven daughters : 

Pierre Bugeaud, aged 19 years ; 

Simon, aged 1 1 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 21 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 17 years ; 

Anne, aged 15 years ; 

Marie, aged 9 years ; 

Joseph, aged 7 years ; 

Ursulle, aged 5 years ; 

Ozitte, aged 5 months. 

Their live stock consists of : two oxen, two cows, two heifers, two horses, one sow, 
four ducks and twenty fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clear- 
in « r\^ civ oKnon^ jjj eXtCUt. 

ier, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 46 years, he has been three 

ntry. Married to Anne Hebert, native of I'Acadie, aged 32 years. 

bwo sons and three daughters : 

ier, aged 8 years ; 

iged 6 years ; 

I 1 2 years ; 

iged 10 years ; 

3, aged 3 years. 

k they have : one ox, four cows, three heifers, four calves, one pig and 

n which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was 
irbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it 
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Michel Aucoin, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 48 years, he'^has been on the 
islaod one year. Married to Marie Joseph Henry, native of FAcadie, aged 4Ky^rs. 
They have six daughters : ' *-'•'•* '' 

Marie Joseph Aucoin, aged 22 years ; '' - .• * 

Margueritte, aged 18 years ; - '*";" 

Magdeleine, aged 15 years ; 
Genevieve, aged 1 1 years ; 
Elisabeth, aged 8 years ; 
Ozitte, aged 5 years. 

For live stock, they have : five sheep, six pigs and nine fowls. 
They have not yet fixed the extent of land on which to settle. 
Michel Caissy, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 38 years, he has been in this 
coontry two years. Married to Margueritte Henry, native of I'Acadie, aged 21 years. 
They have two daughters : — 
Marie Caist^y, aged 3 years ; 
Marie Genevieve, aged one year. 

Their live stock consists of one heifer, one sow, three pigs and one hen. 
The land on which they are settled is situated on the south shore of the Riviere du 
Nord-Est^ and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have 
made a clearing on it of two arpents in extent where they have sown two bushels and a 
half of wheat and three bushels and a half of peas. 

Pierre Boisseau, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 30 years, and has been in the 
eooDtry two years. Married to Magdelaine Boudrot, native of I'Acadie, aged 28 years. 
They have one son and one daughter : — 
Pierre Boisseau, aged 11 months ; 
Marie, aged 3 years. 

Foelix, a relative, native of I'Acadie, aged 29 years. 

They have in live stock : two oxen, two cows, one heifer, two ewes, two pigs and 
twelve fowls. 

. The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on 
it two arpents in extent and sown eight bushels of wheat. 

Thomas Douarbn, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 53 years, and has been in 
tbe country two years. Married to Anne Giroir, native of I'Acadie, aged 48 years. 
They have ten children, four sons and six daughters : — 
Paul Douaron, aged 21 years ; 
Charles, aged 14 ye\rs ; 
Alexandre, aged 12 years ; 
Jasques, aged 10 years ; 
Roze, aged 22 years ; 
Magdelaine, aged 18 years. 
Anne, aged 8 years ; 
i Marie Marthe, aged 6 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 5 years ; 
Margueritte, aged 3 years. 

In live stock they have one ox, one heifer, two sows, one pig and thirty-three fowls. 
1 ^ The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the Riviere du 
I Nord-Est, and was given to them by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have 
made a clearing of two arpents in extent and have sown two bushels of wheat. 

Bennony Douaron, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 27 years, and has been in 
j tJ» country 2 years. Married to Margueritte Boisseau, native of I'Acadie, aged 26 
■ jeare 
f They have three sons : — 

Simon Gr^goire, aged years ; 

Pierre, aged 34 months ; 

Ignasse, aged 6 weeks ; 

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Jeaniie*Boi8stou, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years. 

Xh(ii>.I^\« Block consists of four oxen, one cow, one heifer, one calf, one sow, one 
pig.^D(l.'fwenty-five fowls. 

* .^ ^e land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was given 
^icTthem by Monsieur de Bonna venture. On the said land they have made a cleanng 
'of three arpents in extent where they have sown two bushels and a half of wheat and 
a bushel of oats. 

Michel Hubert, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 50 years, and has been on this 
island three years. Married to Claire Boisseau, native of I'Acadie, aged 39 years. 

They have eight sons and one daughter : — 

Joseph Hubert, aged 22 years ; 

Claude, aged 19 years ; 

Pierre, aged 15 years ; 

Beaoist, aged 14 years; 

Aimable, aged 13 years ; 

Jean, aged 10 years ; 

Francis, aged 2 years ; 

Joseph, aged 7 months ; 

Marie Anne, aged 18 months ; 

They have in live stock four oxen, two cows, two heifers, three ewes, four sows, 
three pigs and thirty fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. On the said land they have made % 
clearing of eleven arpents in extent where they have sown thirty-six bushels of wheat 
and one bushel and a half of peas. 

Paul Boudrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 49 years, he has been two 
years in the colony. Married to Marie Joseph Duaron, native of I'Acadie, aged 40 
years. 

They have two sons and three daughters : — 

Jean Charles Boudrot, aged 12 years ; 

Bazille, aged 4 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 1 7 years ; 

Francjoise, aged 14 years; 

Anne, aged 7 years. 

Charles Douaron, their father, native of I'Acadie, aged 90 years and infirm. 
Married to Fran^oise Godet, native of I'Acadie, aged 85 years. 

They have in live stock five oxen, four cows, one sow and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the Riviere des Blancs, it has 
been given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clear- 
ing on it of five arpents in extent where they have sown seven bushels of wheat and 
eight bushels of oats. 

Pierre Barriaud, native of I'Acadie, aged 46 years, he has been in the country 
two years. Married to V^ronique Giroir, native of I'Acadie, aged 44 years. 

They have two sons and seven daughters : — 

Jean Baptiste Barriaud, aged 19 years ; 

Olivier, aged 15 years ; 

Marie Blanche, aged 1 7 years ; 

Anne, aged 13 years; 

Anastasie, aged 1 1 years ; 

Pelagic, aged 9 yeai s ; 

Frozinne, aged 7 years ; 

Marie, aged 5 years; 

Helenne, aged one year. 

And in live stock four oxen, one cow, one calf, one wether, five ewes, two sows, five 
pigs and twenty-five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was given 
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etgfat Mrpents in extent where thej have sown seven bushels of wheat and seven bushels 
oloats. 

Pierre Boudrot, ploughman, nat've of TAcadie, aged 40 years, he has been two 
jeara in the country. Married to Marie Duaron, native of I'Acadie, aged 36 years. 

They have two sons and seven daughters : — 

Firmain Boudrot^ aged 7 years ; 

Jasques, aged 4 years ; 

Marie Blanche, aged 18 years ; 

Anne, aged 16 years ; 

Marie, i^j^ 14 years ; 

Magdeleine, aged 12 years ; 

Marie, aged 10 years ; 

Nastazie, aged 8 years ; 

Ufrozinne, aged 6 years ; 

Judict, aged 12 days. 

And in live stock four oxen, three cows, three heifers, five ewes, two calves, one 
»w, six pigs and ten fowlia. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the Riviere des Blancs, it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
of eight arpents in extent and have sown five bushels of wheat, eight bushels of oats 
and <me bushel of peas. 

Jean Daigre, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 54 years, he has been one year 
in the country. Married to Marie Brand, native of I'Acadie, aged 46 years. 

They have three sons and nine daughters : — 

Jean Daigre, aged 22 years ; 

Charles, aged 19 years ; 

Paul, aged 1 1 years ; 

Fran^oise, aged 24 years ; 

Catherino, aged 23 years ; 

F^iicit^, i^ged 18 years ; 

Rose, aged 16 years ; 

Marie, aged 13 years; 

Hursulle, aged 9 years ; 

Margaeritte, aged 8 years ; 

Jeanne Joseph, aged 4 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 3 years. 

In live stock, two oxen, five cows, one calf and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was given to 
them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On the said land they have made a 
clearing of three arpents and a half in extent where they have sown half a bushel of 
vheat and half a bushel of oats. 

Petit Paul Duaron, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 39 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Marie Richard, native of TAc^ie, aged 40 years. 

They have one son and four daughters : — 

Paul Michel Duaron, aged 12 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 15 years. 

Margueritte Modeste, aged 8 years. 

Elizabeth, aged 5 years. 

Judith, aged 7 months. 

And in live stock one pig and six fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the creek k Dubuisson, it was 
gireo to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure ; on which said land they have 
Diftde a clearing of two arpents in extent 

Antoine Barriau, ploughinan, native of TAcadie, aged 26 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Marie Blanche, native of PAcadie, aged 19 years. 
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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was given to 
them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture, and on the said land they have made a 
clearing of one arpent and a half in extent. 

Antoinne Barriau, senior, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 55 years, he has 
been two years in the country. Married to Angelique Thibaudeau, native of TAcadie, 
aged 48 years. 

They have three sons and four daughters : — 

Simeon Barriau, aged 21 years. 

Jean Charles, aged 16 years. 

Hustache, aged 14 years. 

F^licit^, aged 24 years. 

Marie, aged 1 9 years. 

Marie Blanche, aged 12 years. 

Margueritte Joseph, aged 10 years. 

And in live stock, two oxen, two calves and one sow. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was given 
verbally to them by Monsieur de Bonna venture, on which said land they have miide a 
clearing of three arpents in extent on which ibey have sown five bushels of wheat. 

Pierre Vincent dit Clement, ploughman, native of V Acadie, aged 30 years, he 
haa been 22 years in the country. Married to Roze Barriot, native of TAcadie, aged 
30 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Hesidore Vincent, aged 4 years. 

Anne, aged 8 years. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, on which said land they have made a 
clearing of two arpents in extent. 

Joseph Savary, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 33 years, he has been 
two years in the country. Married to Fran9oise Barriaud, native of T Acadie, aged 
27 years. 

They have one son and one daughter. 

Joseph Savary, aged 4 years ; 

Marie, aged 2 years. 

They have in live stock, two oxen and four fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, on which said land they made a clearing 
of three arpents in extent. 

Jean Bapti»te Duaron, ploughman, native of T Acadie, aged 27 years : he has been 
in the country two years. Married to Elizabeth Boudrot, native of TAcadie, aged 27 
years. 

They have one son and two daughters : 

Francois Duaron, aged 3 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 5 years : 

Gennevieve, aged 4 months. 

And in live stock four oxen and one horse. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, on which said land they have made a 
clearing of three arpents in extent. 

Jean Barriaud, ploughman, native of T Acadie, aged 22 years, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to Margueritte Duaron, native of TAcadie, aged 20 
years. 

They have Marie Barriaud, their daughter, aged 21 days. 

All their live stock consists of one pig. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, on which said land they have made a 
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Charles Boudrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to Marie Joseph Doucet, native of I'Acadie, aged 28 
years. 

They have three daughters : 

Marie Boudrot, aged 4 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 3 years ; 

Nastazie, aged 18 months. 

And in live stock, two oxen and three fowls. 

The land on which they'are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was 
giren to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, and on it they have made a 
clearing of two arpents in extent. 

Charles Terriaud, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 60 years, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to Angelique Duaron, native of TAcadie. 

They have four sons and two daughters : 

Honor^ Terriaud, aged 22 ye€urs ; 

CharleB Terriaud, aged 22 years ; 

Jean, aged 15 years ; 

Joseph, aged 1 2 years ; 

Anne, aged 25 years ; 

Marie, aged 18 years. 

In live stock they own four oxen, two heifers, one sow and one pig. 

The land on ix hich they are settled is situated on the Creek aux Moris, it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, and on it they have made a clear- 
ing of six arpents in extent and have there sown eleven bushels of wheat. 

Honnor^ Duaron, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years, he has been two 
years in the country. United in a second marriage to Bonne Savary, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 27 years. 

They have eight children, three sons and five daughters : — 

Joseph Duaron, aged 16 years. 

Alexis, aged 14 years. 

Claude Duaron (brother), aged 25 years. 

Theodore Duaron, aged 1 2 years. 

C^cille, aged 1 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 8 years. 

Margueritte Savary, aged 23 years. 

Margueritte Joseph, aged 19 years. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, a d on it they have made a 
clearing of six arpente. 

Fran9ois Poirier, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 33 years, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to Grille La Bauve, native of TAcadie, aged 35 years. 

They have one son'and four daughters : — 

Pierre Poyrier, aged 20 months. 

Bfarie, aged 6 years. 

Clotilde, aged 4 years. 

Marie Magdeleine, aged 3 years. 

Anne Modeste, aged 5 mcmths. 

And in live stock, four oxen, three cows, one heifer, one calf, one sow, five pigs, 
nine ewes and seven fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated in la Petitte Ascension. They acquired 
it by purchase for 300 livres from Francois Hach^ Galland, and have made on it a clear- 
ing of five arpents in extent 

Loui^ La Bauve, ploughman and navigator, native of J'Acadie aged 38 years, he 
b« been two years in the country. Married to Marie Landry, native of I'Acadie, aged 
35 years. 

They have three sons and two daughters : — 

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Bazille, aged 8 years. 

Estienne, aged 18 months. 

Magdeleine, aged 19 years. 

Helenne, aged 6 years. 

And in live stock, two oxen, one cow, one ewe, one sow and four pigs. 

They are settled on the same lot as that of Fran9oi8 Poirier is. lliey have also 
made a clearing on it of five arpents in extent. 

Olivier Daigre, ploughman, native of TAoadie, aged 21 years, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to UrsuUe Landry, native of TAcadie aged 28 years. 

They have Louis Daigre, their son, aged 6 months. 

In live stock, two oxen, one calf, one horse, one wether, four ewes and eight 
fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of the Petitte As- 
cension. They have acquired it by purchase for the sum of 300 livres from Francois 
Hach^ Galland, and have made on it a clearing of four arpents in extent. 

Bernard Savary, ploughman, native of PAcadie, aged 40 years, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to Marie Michel, native of TAcadie, aged 35 years. 

They have eight sons and five daughters : 

Andr^ Savary, aged 17 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 14 years ; 

Isaac, aged 9 years ; 

Charles, aged 3 years ; 

Louis, aged 13 months ; 

Agnesse, aged 10 years ; 

Roze, aged 7 years ; 

Andr^ Savary, his father, native of TAcadie, aged 60 years, lives with them. 

He has three sons and three daughters : 

Charles Savary, aged 25 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 20 years ; 

Charles Olivier, aj<ed 13 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 23 years ; 

Margueritte Joseph, aged 21 years ; 

Fran9ois Anastazie, aged 18 years. 

They have in live stock : two oxen, two cows, two pigs and eight fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing 
on it of three arpents in extent. 

Paul Hubert, imbecile, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 35 years, he has been 
three years in the country. Married to Marie Michel, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years. 

They have two sons and two daughters : 

FraD9ois Hubert, aged 10 years; 

Louis, aged 8 years ; 

Th^tiste, aged 17 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 6 months. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the Anse aux Pirogues, it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventura On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of six bushels of wheat. 

Jean Baptiste Marquis, ploughman, native of Saint-Malo, aged 50 years. Married 
to Marie Clement, widow of the late Paul Laruine, native of TAcadie, aged 45 years. 

They have four sons and four daughters : 

Jean Baptiste Marquis, aged 20 years ; 

Paul, aged 16 years; 

Jean Michel Laruine, aged 18 years; 

Pierre, aged 16 years ; 

Marie Joseph Marquis, aged 18 years ; 

Anne Margueritte Laruine, aged 15 years ; 

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Roze, aged 7 years. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was 
givtti to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
of two arpents in extent. 

Paul Michel Hubert, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 27 years, he ha^ been 
two years in the country. Married to Roze Hebert, native of TAcadie, aged 22 years. 

They have Jean Michel, their brother, aged 19 years ; 

Rose, their sister, age 10 years. 

The land un which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was 
girea them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On the said land, they have 
flUMJe a clearing for the sowing of eight bushels of wheat. 

Jean Yincens, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 40 years, he has been in the 
eoan^ two years. Married to Margueritte Hubert, native of TAcadie, aged 25 years. 

They have three sons and five daughters : 

Jean Vincens, aged 18 years ; 

Jeromme, aged 13 years ; 

Joseph, aged 2 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 20 years ; 

Blanche, aged 15 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 10 years ; 

Anastasie, aged 9 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 6 years. 

And in live stock, two pigs and eight fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case ; it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clear- 
ing for the sowing of eight bushels of wheat. 

Charles Hubert, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 60 years, he has been two 
feus in the country. Married to Catherine Saunnier, native of TAcadie, aged 40 
years. 

They have five sons and two daughters : 

Joseph Hubert, aged 19 years ; 

Simon, aged 1 5 years ; 

Jean, aged 13 years ; 

Pierre, aged 7 years ; 

Francois, aged 3 years ; 

Marie, aged 20 years ; 

Hursulle, aged 18 years. 

In live stock they have, two oxen and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was 
gi^en to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
two arpents in extent. 

Census. 

Census of the Anse au Comte Saint-Pierre. 

Fran9ois Gautrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 67 years, he has been in 
the cokmy two years. Married to Marie Vincens, native of T Acadie, aged 62 years. 

They have three sons and three daughters : 

Francois Gautrot, aged 28 years ; 

Charies, aged 22 years ; 

Pierre Maturin, aged 18 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 30 years ; 

Marie, aged 26 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 24 years. 

Their live stock cohsists of : one ox, two cows, one horse, five pigs and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the Anse au Comte St. Pierre, 
ik was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made 
ft dearing three arpents in extent. 

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Jean Gaud rot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 43 years, he has been in the 
country one year. Married to Elisabeth Sire, native of i'Acadie, aged 34 years. 

They have one son and four daughters : — 

Charles Gautrot, aged 2 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 15 years ; 

Anne, aged 13 years ; 

Margueritte Tersille, aged 8 years ; 

Fran9oise, aged 6 years. 

Their live stock consists of three pigs and ten fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowing of three bushels of wheat. 

Jean Sire, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 36 years, he has been in the 
country two years. Married to Marie Joseph Gautrot, aged 40 years. 

They have four sons : — 

Jean Sire, aged 13 y^ars ; 

Pierre, aged 1 1 years ; 

Joseph, aged 4 years ; 

Charles, aged 3 years ; 

In live stock one horse, two pigs and four fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it of one 
arpent. 

Joseph Deschamps dit Cloche, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 42 years, he 
has been in the country three years. Married to Judict Duaron, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 32 years. 

They have five sons and three daughters : — 

Philippe Deschamps, aged 16 years ; 

Louis, aged 1 4 years ; 

Augustin, aged 1 2 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 6 years ; 

Francois, aa;ed 4 years ; 

Eufrozinne, aged 18 years ; 

La Blanche, aged 8 months ; 

Elisabeth, aged 18 months. 

Their live stock consists of : eight pigs and twenty fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was given to 
them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for the 
o^i»;*.^ ^f «-K..o^ bushels of wheat. 

CENSUS OF ANSE AU MATELOST. 

k'ache, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 26 years, he has been in 
years. Married to Magdeleine Daigre, native of I'Acadie, aged 27 

ne son and one daughter : — 
te Lavache, aged 5 years ; 
ste, aged 2 years. 

n which they are settled is situated on Anse au Matelost, it was 
rbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on 
of two bushels of grain. 

ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 60 years, he has been on the 
s. Married to Marie Joseph Michel, native of TAcadie, aged 50 years. 
L which tliey are settled is situated as in the preceding case, it was given 
by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 

wo sons and three daughters : — 

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ChArlefl Sire, aged 26 years. 

Paq), aged 21 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 28 years. 

Margueritte, aged 25 yeai*8. 

Marie Magdeleine Prince, native of I'Acadie, aged 30 years. 

In live stock, one heifer, two sows and twenty fowls. 

Joseph Vincens dit Clement, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years, he 
has been on the island two years. Married to Margueritte Hebert, native of F Acadie 
aged 36 years. 

They have three sons and three daughters : — 

Joseph Vincens, aged 1 1 years. 

Alexis, aged 8 years. 

Fran9ois, aged 6 years. 

Margueritte, aged 10 years. 

Agalhe, aged 4 years. 

Anne Genevieve, aged 20 months. 

And in stock one horse, three pigs and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for the 
sowing of eight bushels of wheat. 

Francois Clement, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years, he has been in 
tbe country two years. Married to Marie Douaron, native of T Acadie, aged 29 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Amant George, aged 4 year?. 

Marie, aged 18 months. 

In stock, one pig and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given to 
them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it for a 
girden. 

Jean Douaron, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 23 years, he has been in the 
oonntry one year. Married to Anne Ceri^, native of 1' Acadie, a^ed 17 years. 

Their live stock consists of one pig and one hen. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to thera verbally by Monsieur de Bonaventure. They have made a clearing on it for a 
garden. 

Philippe Douaron, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, he has been in 
d» country two years. Married to Ursulle Le Jeune, native of I'Acadie, aged 33 years. 

They have one son aiid four daughters : — 

Finnain Joseph, aged 6 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 10 years ; 

Gertrude, aged 8 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 4 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 15 months. 

In stock, two cows, three pigs and one horse. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing of 
«nc arpent in extent. 

Jo&eph Billerois, ploughman, native t)f Verny Fontaine, bishopric of Besan^on, aged 
-^ years, he has been in the country three months. Married to Brigitte Foret, native 
of I'Acadie, aged 23 years. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceeding case, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowing of two bushels of wheat. 

FraD^*oia Rullier, ploughman, native of the parish of Crideville, bishopric o. 
^•ycux, aged 43 years, he has been in the country five years. Married to Anne 
Focwt, native of TAcadie, aged 43 years. 

Ttey have in live stock : two oxen, three cows, four calves, one heifer, ^\e pigs 
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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding oases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. On it they have made a clearing of 
five arpents in extent. 

Pierre Aucoin, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 44 years, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to Elizabeth Breaud, native of I'Acadie, aged 37 years. 

They have three sons and five daughters : — 

Pierre Aucoin, aged 16 years ; 

Charles, aged 7 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 18 months ; 

Marie Blanche, aged 18 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 17 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 13 years ; 

, aged 10 years ; 

V^ronique, aged 5 years ; 

In stock : one ox, one cow, four sows, one pig and six fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated like the preceding, it was given to 
them ' verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On the said land they have made a 
clearing of one arpent in extent. ^ 

Claude Trahant, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 58 years, he has been in the 
country two years. 

He has two sons and seven daughters : — 

Augusta Trahant, aged 1 7 years ; 

Fiacre, aged 12 years ; 

Auzitte, aged 25 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 23 years ; 

Blanche, aged 21 years ; 

Magdelaine. aged 19 years ; 

Anne, aged 15 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 10 years ; 

Rozalie, aged 7 years ; 

In stock, four oxen, three cows, one heifer, two calves, one horse, five 
pigs, and two fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for the 
sowing of radishes. 

Fran9ois Lavache, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 55 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Marie Vincens, native of TAcadie, aged 46 years. 

They have three sons and two daughters. 

Alexis Lavache, aged 2 1 years ; 

Jean Charles, aged 1 2 years ; 

Joseph, aged 7 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 10 years ; 

Anne, aged 4 years. 

In stock, four oxen, eight cows, one bull, eight calves, two horses, foui 
sows, three pigs and one hen. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for the 
sowing of eight bushels of wheat. 

Joseph Trahant, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years, he has been in the 
country two years. Married to Anne Terriaud, native of I'Acadie, aged 33 years. 

They have three sons and two daughters : — 

Joseph Terriaud, aged 16 years ; 

Mathurin, aged 8 years. 

Jean, aged 3 years ; 

Marie, aged 5 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 3 months ; 

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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them yerbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On the said land they have a clearing 
y tbe sowing of three bushels of wheat. 

C^de Guedry, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 38 years, he has been in the 
oosntry two years. Married to Anne Terriaud, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years. 

Hiey have three sons :— 

Jean Baptiste Ouedry, aged 5 years ; 

Joseph Marie, aged 2 years ; 

Pierre Janvier, aged two months ; 

And in stock, one cow, one calf, one bull, one sow and five pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them yerbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
t]i« sowing of three bushels of wheat. 

Joseph Lucas, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 29 years, he has been two 
T^^ in the country. Married to Margueritte Lejeunne, native of I'Acadie, aged 24 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Joseph Mary Lucas, aged 2 years ; 

Margueritte Th^r^, aged 5 yeart>. 

They have in stock one mare and three pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was 
pToi to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clear- 
iiig for a garden. 

Paal Trahant, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 49 years, he has been in the 
wontry two years. Married to Marie Boudrot, native of TAcadie, aged 49 years. 

They have two sons and five daughters : 

Charles Trahant, aged 1 2 years ; 

Estienne, aged 10 years ; 

Marie, aged 16 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 15 years ; 

firigitte, aged 8 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 6 years ; 

Marie, aged 3 years ; 

In stock, two oxen, one cow, one jcalf, three pigs and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was 
gi^m to ^em verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clear 
i»g for a garden. 

Ren^ Roy, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 48 years, he has been in the 
»^try two years. Married to Marie Joseph Daigre, native of I'Acadie, aged 35 years. 

Iliey have one son and three daughters : 

Jean Baptiste Roy, aged 3 months ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 8 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 4 years ; 

Anne Magdelaine, aged 28 months. 

In stock, one cow, one heifer, one calf, six pigs and two fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for a 
^garden. 

Jean Baptiste Trahant, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 17 years, he has been in 
^country two years. Married to Catherine Boudrot, native of I'Acadie, aged 47 
yearn. 

They have two sons and six daughters : 

Charles Joseph, aged 1 1 years ; 

Pierre Helie, aged 7 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 16 years ; 

Marie Monique, aged 14 years ; 

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Radegonde, aged 9 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 6 yeans ; 

Margueritte, aged 26 months. 

In stock, two oxen, two cows, two calves, one horse, five pigs and fifteen fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clear- 
ing of two arpents in extent. 

Joseph Daigre, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 56 y^rs, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to Magdelaine Goutrot, native of TAcadie, aged 53 
years. 

They have three sons and two daughters : 

AUain Daigre, aged 28 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 19 years; 

Simon Joseph, aged 13 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 26 years ; 

Anastazie, aged 17 years. 

And in stock, two oxen, twelve pigs and nine fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case.% it was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on 
it of two arpents in extent. 

Claude Trahant, junior, native of rAcadie,aged 34 years, he has bee^ two years in 
the country. Married to Anne Leblanc, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years. 

They have three sons : 

Jean Bapciste, aged 5 years ; 

Joseph Firmain, aged J years ; 

Joseph, aged 2 years. 

In stock, two oxen, one c w and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, and on it they have a clearing 
of two arpjents. 

Pierre Gautrot, native of TAcadie^ aged 58 years, living with the said Claude 
Trahant. 

Claude Leblanc, native of I'Acadie, aged 56 years, widower with one son and two 
daughters : — 

Paul Leblanc, aged 9 years. 

Magdelaine, aged 20 years. 

Genevieve, aged 11 years. 

All living with the said Claude Trahant. 
. Jean Baptiste Lejeune, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 30 year«, he has been 
in the country two years, married to Margueritte Cl^menceau, native of I'Acadie. 

They have four sons and one daughter : — 

Joseph Lejeune, aged 9 years. 

Jean- Baptiste, aged 7 years. 

Fran9ois Olivier, aged 3 years. 

V^ictor, aged 9 months. 

Marie, aged 5 years. 

And in stock, one cow, one calf and four sows. 

The land on which they are settled is located as in the preceding cases, it was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, and on it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of two bushels of wheat. 

Charles Benoist, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 58 years, he has been two 
years in the colony. Married to Magdelaine Terriaud, native of I'Acadie, aged 58 
years. 

They have two sons and four daughters : — 

Jean Charles Benoist, aged 6 years ; 

Pierre, aged 10 months ; 

Marie, aged 16 years ; 



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Anne, aged 13 years ; 

Fran^ise, aged 11 years ; 

Jadict, aged 8 years. 

They have in live stock one ox, one cow, one calf and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, he has been 
gifdn to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. On it they have made a clear- 
ing for sowing three bushels of wheat. 

Abraham Benoist, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 42 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Marie Joseph Le Jeune, native of TAcadie, aged 34 
y«&rs. 

They have two sons and five daughters : — 

Jean Benoist, aged 18 years. 

Joseph, aged two months. 

Margueritte, aged 16 years ; 

Marie Magdelaine, aged 12 years ; 

Joseph, aged 14 years ; 

Pelngie, aged 10 years; 

Marie, aged 5 years. 

And in stock, two oxen, two cows, two heifers, five sows and five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the last instance, and was given 
to (hem verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. On it they have made a clearing 
d two arpentb. 

Claude Benoist, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 31 years, he has been in this 
ecmntry two years. Married to Elizabeth Terriaud, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years. 

They have two sons and four daughters : 

Gr^oire Benoist, aged 8 years ; 

Daniel, aged 4 years ; 

Lablanche, aged 11 years; 

Anne, aged 6 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 4 years ; 

Margueritte, aged two months. 

And in stock, one horse and one sow. 

The land on which they are settled is situated in the Anse au Matelost. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it 
Ibr the sowing of three bushels of wheat. 

Census 

Census of the Inhabitants of the Grande Anse. 

Jean Landry, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 51 years, he has been in the 
eoontry two years. Married to Marie Lablanche, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years. 

They have Charles Landry, their nephew, aged 19 years ; 

Th^odoae Boudrot, their niece, aged 15 years. 

And in stock, three oxen, five cows, two heifers, one horse and one ewe. 

The land on which they are settled is situated at the further end of the Grande 
Ance, it was given to th'^m verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have 
made a clearing for the sowing of four bushels of wheat. 

Honor^ Landry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years, he has been on the 
isiaad two years. Married to Magdelaine Gautrot, native of FAcadie, aged 29 years. 

They have two sons and two daughters : 

Enselme Landry, aged 9 years ; 

Honor^ agad 5 years ; » 

Magdelaine, aged 2 years. 

Joseph, aged 8 days. 

And in stock, seven oxen, two cows, one calf and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was given 
to Uiem verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowing of six bushels of wheat. 

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Estienne Melaii9on, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Frangoise Qrangerre, native of I'Acadie, aged 24 
jears. 

They have one son and two daughters : 

Joseph Melan^on, aged 4 years ; 

LaBlanche, aged 2 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 4 months ; 

Paul Granger, aged 30 years, brother ; 

Margueritte, aged 13 years, sister. 

They have in live stock, two oxen, three ewes, two heifers, two calves and five 
pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it tiiey have made a clearing for 
the sowing of six bushels of wheat. 

Prosper Landry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 26 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Josette Boudrot, native of I'Acadie, aged 24 years. 

They have Margueritte Landry, their daughter, aged 9 weeks ; 

Joseph Landry, his brother, aged 20 years ; 

Mathurin Boudrot, her brotlier, aged 10 years ; 

And in stock, three oxen, three cows and two calves. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in tkke preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of four bushels of wheat. 

Fran9ois Raimond, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Ceoille Landry, native of TAcadie, aged 28 years. 

They have Paul Raimond, their son, aged 2 years. 

Catherine Boudrot, native of TAcadie, aged 8 years. 

And in stock, two oxen, three cows, one calf, two ewes, two pigs and eight 
fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of two bushels of wheat. 

Pierre Claude Herrement, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 58 years, he has 
been in the country two years. Married to Marie Joseph Terriau, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 52 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : — 

Pierre, aged 21 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 17 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 17 years. 

And in stock, two oxen, one heifer and one pig. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It waa 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of three busheh of wheat. 

Am ant Pitre, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 28 years, he has been one year 
in the country. Married to Genevieve Hertrement, native of TAcadie, aged 28 years. 

They have three sons and one daughter : — 

Bazille Pitre, aged 15 years ; 

Tranquille, aged 4 years ; 

Ambroise, aged 3 years ; 

Anne, aged one year. 

They have in live stock two oxen, three cows, one call^ two pigs and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding oases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowing of three bushels of wheat. 

Antoine Leprince, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Cecille Hertrement, native of TAcadie, aged 25 
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Tbej have one son and five daughters : — 

Furmain Leprinoe. aged 6 years. 

Marie, aged 7 jears. 

OzQle, aged 5 years. 

Magddainne, aged 3 years. 

Tb^ have in live stock, one cow and three pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It has been 
gifw to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of three bushels of wheat. 

Emilliant Segoilliot dit Sans Chagrin, formerly sergeant in the company of Monsieur 
Benoist, native of Casthelineau, in Bourgogne, aged 35 years. Married to Elizabeth 
Blmcbe Lavache, native of TAcadie, aged 17 years. 

They have in live stock, six oxen, four cows, two sows, five pigs and one hen. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, and on it they have made no clearing. 

Antoinne Boudrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 60 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to CeciUe Brassaud, native of FAcadie, aged 57 years. 

They have two sons and three daughters : — 

JosM^ Boudrot, aged 31 years. 

Pnuient, aged 18 years. 

Theodore, aged 17 years. 

Anne, aged 22 years. 

Ainespe, aged 13 years. 

Igoace Boudrot, their nephew, orphan, without father or mother, aged 4 years, lives 
vithtbem. 

They have in live stock, two cows, two pigs and three fowls. 

The land on which tliey are settled is situated like the proceeding. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonaventure. On it they have made a clearing for a 
guden. 

Alexis Breaud, widower, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years, he has 
been on the island one year. 

He has four daughters. 

Msgdelainne, aged 6 years. 

Anne, aged 5 years. 

Marie Oaitte, aged 3 years. 

Marie Victoire, aged 11 months. 

They have in Jive stock, two oxen, one cow and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing of one 
vpentaqoare. 

Jean Douaron, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 25 years, he has been in the 
cQuitrj two years. Married to Anne Thibaudeau, native of FAcadie, aged 23 years. 

They have in live stock, two oxen, one cow and six pigs. 

Hie land on which they are settled is situated at the farther end of the Grande 
Anse and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have 
>ttde a clearing of one arpent. 

Alexis Douaron, widower, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 29 years, he has 
keea in the country two years. 

fle has three sons : — 

Gregoire, aged 8 years. 

Joseph, tged 6 years. 

Theodore, aged 3 years. 

And the following live stock : two oxen, one horse and two pigs. 

The land on which he is settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was given to 
^ ▼erbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. He has made no clearing. 

Margoeritte Barriaud, his mother, native of FAcadie, aged 58 years. 

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Jean Hebert, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 42 years, he has been two years 
on the island. Married Veronique Sire, native of TAcadie, aged 23 years. 

They have three sons and four daughters : — 

Pierre Hebert, aged 17 years. 

Joseph, aged 4 years. 

Jean Baptiste, aged 3 years. 

Marie, aged 16 years. 

Margueritte, aged 15 years. 

Anne, aged 9 years. 

Roze, aged 7 years. 

And in stock six oxen, six cows, two calves and one pig. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it of one 
arpent square. 

Victor Boudrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to Catharine Hebert, native of 1' Acadia 

They have Magdelainne Boudrot, an orphan, native of TAoadie, aged 17 years, 
living with them. 

Their land forms part of the homestead of Antoinne Boudrot their father. 

Oliver Daigre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 34 years, he has been in the 
country two years. Married to Angelique Duaron, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years. 

They have five sons and three daughters : — 

Daigre, aged 8 years. 

Charles, aged 6 years. 

Paul, aged 3 years. 

Joseph, aged 2 years. 

Pierre, aged 2 months. 

Margueritte, aged 12 years. 

Ozitte, aged 7 years. ■ 

Roze, aged 5 years. 

They have the following live stock : three oxen, three cows, four heifers, two 
calves, one mare and one sow. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Sionsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of three bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Joseph Leprince, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged * 38 years, he has been one 
year in the country. Married to Marie Ozitte Pitre, native of PAcadie, aged 23 years. 

They have Joseph Olivier Prince, their son, aged 20 months. 

And in stock, one cow, one calf, two sows, eight ducks and twelve fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for the 
sowing of six bushels of wheal. 

Alexandre Chauvel, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, he has been in 
the country 26 months. Married to Catherine Jcsette Prince, native of TAcadie, aged 
30 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : 

Mathurin Chauvel, aged 5 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 3 years : 

Margueritte, aged 14 months. 

And in stock, they have one sow, two pigs and one hen. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It yrn^u^ 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing^ 
for the sowing of six bushels of wheat. 

Crnsus. 

Census of the settlers of the Grande Ascension. 

Joseph Dugas, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 50 years, and has been 15 
months in the country. Married to Anne Marie Hebert, native of TAcadie, aged 50 
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Tbej have two sons and four daughters : 

Joseph Dogas, aged 10 years ; 

Jean, aged 8 years ; 

Margneritte, aged 18 years ; 

FFan^iae,.aged 13 years ; 

Anne, aged 5 years. 

Tb^r live stock consists of the following : five oxen, three cows, seven wethers, 
three ewee, four pigs and five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated east of the Riviere de la Grande As- 
cension, it was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. On it they 
i»fe made a clearing for the sowing of two bushels of wheat during the coining spring. 

Francis Henry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 36 years, he has been in the 
coontiy 1 3 months. Married to Marie Dugast, native of FAiXMlie, aged 30 years. 

They have two sons and three daughters : 

Basille Henry, aged 1 1 years ; 

Joseph, aged 9 years ; 

Margueritte Joseph, aged 7 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 4 years ; 

Yictoire, aged 18 months. 

And in stock, three oxen, two cows, four heifers, three ewes, one sow, three 
pigs and ten fowls. 

The land on which they are settled ie situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
giien to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
ior the sowing of two bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Ambroise Dagast, ploughman, native of PAcadie, aged 23 years, he has been 13 
months in the country. Married to Margueritte Henry, native of I'Acadie, aged 23 
jrears. 

They have Ambroise Dugast, their son, aged 10 months. 

And in stock two oxen, two cows, two heifers, one mare, three wethers, five 
eves, one sow, two pigs and two fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
givoi to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On the said land they have 
mide a clearing for the sowing of one bushel of grain in the coming spring. 

Pierre Dugast, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 20 years, he has been in the 
coantry 13 months. Married to Joseph Hebert, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years. 

In live stock they have only two cows. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
giToi to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, and on it they have made a clear- 
ing for a garden. 

Claire Dugast, widow of the late Jean Hebert, aged 46 years, be has been in the 
«ontry one year. 

She has two sons and six daughters . — 

Pierre Hebert, aged 1 7 years ; 

Jean, aged 12 years ; 

Frangoise, aged 21 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 19 years ; 

Anne, aged 15 years ; 

Helene, aged 10 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 8 years ; 

Yictoire, aged 5 years. 

And in stock they have three oxen, one cow, one bull, three wethers, two sows 
«ad two pigs. 

Jean Lejeune, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 28 years, he has been in the 
^oantry two years. Married to Margueritte Blanche, native of I'Acadie, aged 32 years. 
They have one son and one daughter : — 
MaUiarin Lejeune, aged one year ; 
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And in stock, two oxen, one cow, one call, two sows and one pig. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. On it they have made a clearing of 
two arpents in extent. 

Fran9oi8 Querin, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 34 years, he has been two 
years on the Island. Married to Qenevi^ve Mieux, native of I'Acadie, aged 32 years. 

They have two daughters : — 

Margueritte Qennevi^ve Querin, aged 5 years. 

Marie Roze, aged 3 years. ^ 

And in stock they have four pigs and twelve fowls. 

The land on which they are settled, is situated on the west batik of the east river 
of the Grande Ascension, it was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonne- 
venture. 

They have made a clearing on it for the sowing of four bushels of wheat in the 
coming spring. 

Eloy Lejeune, ploughman, aged 28 years, he has been two years in the country^ 
native of TAcadie. Married Rosalie Mieux, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter ; — 

Fran^ise Lejeune, aged 5 years. 

Jean Baptiste, aged 3 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 11 months. 

And of stock, one cow, one calf, three pigs and fifteen fowls. . 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of four bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Paul Benoist, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 48 years, he has been in the 
country two years. Married to Marie Vinet) widow of the late Corporon, native of 
PAcadie, aged 43 years. 

They have three sons and six daughters : — 

Jean Charles Corporon, aged 19 years. 

Antoine Benoist, aged 11 years. 

Jean Benoist, aged ^ years. 

Josette Benoist, aged 9 years. 

Fran^oise, aged 17 years. 

Marie, aged 15 years. 

Elizabeth, aged 13 years. 

Rose, aged 7 years. 

CoUastique, aged b years. 

In stock they have three oxen, four cows, one calf and six pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the west point of the Grande 
Ascension. It was given to them by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On the said land 
they have made a clearing for the sowing of twelve bushels of grain during the coming 
spring 

Paul Benoist, junior, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 25 years, he has been 2& 
months in the country. Married to Marie Magdelaine Douaron, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 19 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Joseph Benoist, aged 3 years. 

Agatte, aged 2 years. 

And in stock one horse, three sows and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On the said land they have made 
a clearing for the sowing of six bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Pierre Carret, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 25 years, he has been in the 
country three years. Married to Anne Gautrot, native of TAcadie, aged 26 years. 

They have Firmain Oarret, their son, aged one year. * 

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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur Boona venture. On it they have made a clearing for 
garden only. 

Census. 

Censos of the settlers of Pointe au BouUeau, situated to the east of the entrance 
of Riviere de la Qrande Ascension. 

Ambroise Guillot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, he has been in 
the country 26 months. Married to Theotiste Daigre, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years. 

They have Margueritte Blanche Guillot, their daughter, aged 5 months. 

Paul Severain Bertrand, native of TAcakdie, aged 15 years. 

And in stock, one heifer. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the Pointe au Boulleau. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made on it a clear- 
ing for the sowing of twelve bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Francis Daigre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 48 years, he has been in the 
country 26 months. Married to Marie Boudrot, native of TAcadie, aged 40 years. 

They have one son and five daughters : 

Francois Marie Daigre, aged 16 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 18 years ; 

Anne, aged 1 5 years ; 

Helenne, aged 13 years ; 

Marie, aged 1 1 years ; 

Francois, aged 9 years. 

And in stock : three oxen, one cow, two sows, one pig and two fowl. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to thorn verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it for the 
sowing of twelve bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Alexis Daigre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, he has been in the 
country 26 months. Married to Margueritte Douaron, native of TAcadie, aged 19 
years 

In stock they have : one oz, one oow and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases, and was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for the 
sowing of two bushels of grain the coming spring. 

Census. 

Cenaos of the family of Pierre Henry, settled at the Anse de la Boullotierre. 

Pierre Henry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 46 years, he has been in the 
country 14 months. Married to Anne Aucoin, native of TAcadie, aged 46 years. 

They have five sons and four daughters : — 

Pierre Henry, aged 19 years ; 

Paul, aged 18 years ; 

Antoinne, aged 16 years ; 

Barthelemy, aged 7 years ; 

Thimot^ aged 5 years ; 

Jeanne, aged 14 years ; 

Anastazie, aged 12 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 10 years ; 

Marie Joeette, aged 17 months. 

In stock they have : two oxen, two cows, one heifer,one calf, four sows and five pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the Ance de la Boulottiere. It 
was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, and on it they have made a 
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Census. 

Census of the settlers of the Pointe Prime. 

Fran9ois Douaron, ploughman, native of I'Aoadie, aged 38 years, he has been in 
the country 26 months. Married to Magdelainne Tilliac, native of TAcadie, aged 35 
years. 

They have two sons and four daughters : — 

Ambroise Douaron, aged 6 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 4 years ; 

Ozitte Josette, aged 12 years. 

Magdelaine Angelique, aged 10 years ; 

Blanche, aged 8 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 5 months. 

Their live stock consists of one cow, one calf, one bull, one horse and one pig. 

The land on which they are settled is situated at Pointe Prime. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowing of twelve bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Noel Douaron, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 70 years, and has been in the 
country 26 months. Married to Marie Henry, native of FAcadie, aged 72 years. 

They have with them Jean Baptiste Douaron, their grandson, native of FAcadie, 
aged 17 years. 

And in stock, two cows with their calves. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowinsr of twelve bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Joseph Douaron, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 36 years, he has been in the 
country 26 months. Married to Marie Tilliard, native of FAcadie, aged 38 years. 

They have four sons and four daughters : — 

Paul Helitf Douaron, aged 17 years ; 

Laurent, aged 10 years ; 

Joseph, aged 8 years ; 

Gregoire, aged 2 months ; 

Magdelaine, aged 14 years ; 

Marie Rose, aged 12 years ; 

Anastazie, aged 6 years ; 

Anne Marie, aged 3 years. 

They have the following live stock : two oxen, four cows, four calves, twomares, two 
pigs and five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it for the 
sowing of twenty-four bushels of grain during the coming spring. 

Claude Leprince, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 24 years, he has been 26 
months in the country. Married to Magdelaine Douaron, native of FAcadie, aged 23 
years. 

Tbey have in live stock : two oxen,one cow, one calf and three pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it for 
the sowing of six bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Louis Mathieu, ploughman, native of Baston, aged 48 years, he has been 26 
months in the country. Married to Magdelainne Pitre, native of Cap de Sable, 
bishopric of Quebec, aged 47 years. 

They have Baptiste Olivier Douaron, their son, aged 18 years ; 

Hemilienne Perp^tuit^ Douaron, their niece, orphan, native of FAcadie, aged 12 
years. 

In live stock, they have : four oxen, three cows, two calves, three sows and two 
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The land oa which they are settled is situated as in the preceding oasea. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made on it, a clearing for 
tbe sowing €^16 bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Pftul Dooaroo, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 43 years, he has been in the 
coantiy 26 mcHiths. Married to Margueritte Benoist, native of TAcadie, aged 42 years. 

Tbey have one son and one daughter. And, 

Pre. Paul Douaron, aged 15 years, native of TAcadie ; 

Peiagie fienoist, native of TAcadie, aged 1 1 years, their nephews,' orphans. 

And in stock they possess : two oxen, three cows, one calf, one bull, one sow 
udooe pig. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it for the 
moving of 16 bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Charles Douaron, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, he has been in 
the country 26 months. Married to Anne Gertrude Benoist, native of TAoadie, aged 
Idjears. 

They have in live stock one ox, two cows, two calves, one sow and one pig. 

Hie land on which they are settled is the« same as that of their father. They 
ha?e made on it a clearing for the sowing of eight bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Jean Arcenaud, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years, and has been in the 
cooDiry two years. Married to Marie Joseph Douaron, native of T Acadie, aged 26 years. 

Tbey have one son and two daughters : — 

Alexis Arcenaud, aged 6 years ; 

Margueritte Joseph, aged 3 years ; 

Marie Blanche, aged 2 years. 

And in stock : four oxen, one cow, three heifers, and three pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated eabt-south-east of the said Ance de la 
Pbuite Prime, and was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They 
hive made on it a clearing for the sowing of eight bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Jean Bapdste Henry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 44 years, and has been 
in the country two years, Married to Marie Magdelaine Mieux, aged 42 years. 

Tbey have eight sons : — 

Joseph Henry, aged 19 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 17 years ; 

Paul, aged 15 years ; 

Louis, aged 11 years;. 

Bazille, aged 9 years ; 

Charles, aged 7 years ; 

Clement, aged 4 years ; 

Firmain, aged 10 months ; 

Marie Boudrot, orphan, aged 21 years. 

And in stock : four oxen, one cow, two calves, one sow and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowing of thirteen bushels of wheat, and four bushels of oats in the coming spring. 
^J^ Midiel Pitre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 46 years, and has been in the 
country two years. Married to Marie Magdelaine Douaron, native of TAcadie, aged 44 
jwra. 

They have four sons and three daughters : — 

Francois l^tre, aged 19 years ; 

Charles, aged 17 years; 

Paul Michel, aged 14 years; 

Simon, aged 13 years ; 

Theotiste, aged 21 years ; 

Marie Magdelaine, aged 16 years ; 

Eufrosinne, aged 8 years'; 

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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them Terbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowing of ten busheb of wheat and eight bushels of oats in the coming spring. 

Claude Aroeraent, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 26 years, he has been in the 
country two years. Married to Angelique Douaron, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years. 

They have one son and two daughters : — 

Firmain, aged 2 years. 

Susanne Anj^lique, aged 5 years. 

Theotiste Helenne, aged 3 years. 

And in stock, two oxen, one cow, one calf and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of six bushels of wheat and six bushels of oats in the coming spring. 

Hern^ GuUlot, ploughman, native of Doix, bishopric of Angers, aged 59 years. 

He has Marie Joseph Guillot, his daughter, aged 29 yeart*. 

Jean Baptiste Quillot, native of TAcadie, aged 31 years. 

He has one son and two daughters : — 

Charles Olivier, aged 6 years. 

Elisabeth, aged 4 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 2 years. 

And in stock two cows and one calf. 

The land on which he is settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was given 
to him verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowing of four bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Ren6 Guillot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 26 years, he has been in the 
country two years. Married to Marie Roze Daigre, native of TAcadie, aged 20 years. 

They have in live stock one ox, one cow, one calf and six pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case and was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of six bushels of wheat and six bushels of oats in the coming spring. 

Census. 

Census of the settlers of Ance k Pinnet 

Olivier Boudrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 41 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Henriette Gu^rin, native of FAcadie, aged 40 years. 

They have two sons and three daughters : — 

Bazille Boudrot, aged 6 years. 

Mathurin, aged 3 years. 

Margueritte Joseph, aged 10 years. 

Magdelaine Joseph, aged 8 years. 

Anne Marie, aged 7 years. 

And in stock two oxen, four cows, two calves, one bull, one heifer, five pigs and 
twenty-three fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated at the farther end of Ance k Pinet 
to the south of the said ance. It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna> 
venture. On it they have made a clearing for a garden only. 

Charles Boudrot, ploughman, native of I'Acadie aged 42 years, he has been 14 
months in the country. Married to Cecille Terriaud, native of TAcadie, aged 45 
years. 

They have two sons and one daughter ; 

Charles Olivier, aged 16 years. 

Fran9oi8, aged 14 years. 

Cecille, aged 6 years. 

And in stock four oxen, five cows, one calf, one horse, one ewe, three sows, two 
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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was 
giTen to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for alarge garden. 

Jean Apart, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, he haa been two yeara 
in the country. Marned to Marguerttte Joseph Brand. 

They have one son and one daughter ; 

Joeeph Baptiste, aged 2 years. 

Margueritte Joseph aged 5 years. 

And in stock two oxen, one cow, one calf, one sow and six fowb. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
gifen to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
ixk a garden only. 

Fran9oi8 Michel, junior, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, he has been 
in the country 14 months. Married to Marie Joseph Bourg, native of TAcadie, aged 
34 years. 

They have in live stock two oxen, one cow, one heifer, two sows, four pigs and 
four fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of three bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Jean Michel, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years, he has been in the 
country 14 months. Married to Martinne Bourg, native of TAcadie, aged 28 years. 

They have two daughters ; 

Anne Agathe, aged 4 years. 

Margueritte, aged 2 years. 

And in stock one ox, one cow, three sows and three pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It waa 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing^ 
for the sowing of three bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

FraaQois Michel, senior, native of TAcadie, aged 63 years, he has been in the 
country 14 months. Married to Elisabeth Le Jenge, native of I'Acadie, aged 65 years. 

They have two sons and five daughters : — 

Joeeph Michel, aged 17 years ; 

Pierre, aged 14 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 19 years; 

Catherine, aged 16 years ; 

F^iicit^ aged 1 1 years ; 

Franqoise Perp^tue, aged 9 years. 

Anne Benoist, daughter of the said Elizabeth Le Jeuge, aged 22 years. 

Tbeir live stock consists of two oxen, one heifer, one sow, two piffs and one hen. 

The land on which thej are settled is situated as in the preceeding cases. It waa 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of four bushels of grain next spring. 

Ambroiae Naquin, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years, he has been two years in the 
OQontry. Married to iFabelle Bourg, native of I'Acadie, aged 20 years. 

Thej have Isabelle Naquin, their daughter aged two years. 

And in stock two oxen, two cows, one calf, one horse, one ewe, four pig(» and two 
fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on tiie south side of Ance a Pinet. 
It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made 
A dearing for the sowing of a bushel and a half of grain. 

Jacques Naquin, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 51 years, he has been one 
year in the country, widower of the late Jeanne Melangon. 

He has three sons and three daughters : — 

Jasques Naquin, aged 24 years ; 

Joseph, aged 20 years ; 

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Margueritte, aged 25 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 19 years; 

Marianne, aged 14 years. 

Pierre Melan9on, native of T Acadie, aged 80 years, his father-in-law, lives with him. 

They have in stock, four oxen, two cows, one calf, one mare, seven ewes and 
four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the proceeding case. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of two bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Francois Naquin, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 48 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Ang^lique Blanchard, native of TAcadie, aged 45 
years. 

They have four sons and six daughters : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 23 years ; 

Francois, aged 19 years ; 

Charles, aged 14 years ; 

Joseph, aged 12 years ; 

Ang^lique, aged 21 years ; 

Anne, 'aged 1 8 years ; 

Marianne Nast«zie, aged 1 1 years ; 

UrsuUe, aged 7 years ; 

Tersille, aged 4 years ; 

Marianne, aged 2 years ; 

Isaac Hubert, aged 3 years, his grand-son. 

They have in stock four oxen, two cows, three calves, three ewes and five pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the Kowing of three bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Pierre Dugas, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 43 years, he has been on the 
island one year. Marri^ to Elizabeth Bourg, native of TAoBidie, aged 40 years. 

They have three sons and five daughters : — 

Jean Dugas, aged 16 years ; 

Pierre, aged 6 years ; 

Prosper^ aged 1 year ; 

Marie, aged 18 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 15 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 13 years ; 

Ainesse, aged 11 years ; 

Ozitte, ag^ 10 years. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of Anoe k Pinet. 
It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a 
clearing on it for the sowing of two bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Charles Pitre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, he has been one year 
on the island. Married to Anne Thibadeau, native of TAcadie, aged 31 years. 

They have one son aud two daughters : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged one year ; 

Marie Martha, aged 6 years ; 

Ozitte, aged 4 years. 

They have in stock three oxen, five cows and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of four bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Paul Henry, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 29 years, he has been on the 
island one year. Married to Th^tiste Thibaudeau, native of I'Aoadie, aged 27 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : — 

Athanase Henry, aged 6 years ; 

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Magddaine Joseph, aged 4 years. 

In stock they have two oxen, one cow, one ewe, one bull and five pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was giv- 
en to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it 
for the sowing of four bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Alexandre Qautreau, native of TAcadie, aged 34 years, he has been one year on 
the island. Married to Margueritte Hubert, native of FAcadie, aged 27 years. 

They have three sons and one daughter : — 

Francois Hilaire, aged 7 years ; 

Alexander, aged 3 years ; 

Marin, aged 1 year ; 

JuUienne, aged 5 years ; 

Victor Gautreau, native of I'Acadie, aged 13 years, his nephew. 

They have in stock one cow and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing on it 
for the sowing of two bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Francois Qautreau, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 74 years, he has been in the 
ooantry one year. Married to Louise Aucoin, native of TAcadie, aged 72 years. 

They have Marie Magdelaine Qautreau, their daughter, aged 25 years. 

Their live stock consists of one cow and four pigs. 

Francois Qautreau, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 28 years, he has been on 
the island one year. Married to Marie Leblanc, native of TAcadie, aged 23 years. 

They have three sons : 

Jean Baptiste, aged 3 years ; 

Joseph, aged 19 months ; 

Charles Qautreau, orphan, aged 17 years, their nephew, lives with them. 

In stock they have two oxen, one cow and five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the south side of Ance k 
Rnet. It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made 
on ii a clearing for the sowing of three bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Ren^ Aucoin, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 41 years, he has been 14 
months on the island. Married to Magdelaine Michel, native of TAcadie, aged 35 
years 

They have one son and five daughters : 

Francis Marin, aged 8 months ; 

Marie Magdelaine, aged 14 years ; 

Ozitte, aged 12 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 9 years ; 

Anne Lablanche, aged 6 years ; 

Margueritte Joseph, aged 5 years. 

They have in live stock two oxen, two cows, one heifer, three sows, four pigs and 
five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clear- 
ing for the sowing of four bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Pierre Qautreau, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 44 years, he has been in the 
eoontry 15 months. Married to Elisabeth Terriaud, native of TAcadie, aged 42 years. 

They have seven sons and three daughters : 

Pierre Landry, aged 20 years ; 

It.eo, aged 14 years ; 

BaziUe, aged 11 years ; 

Honor^ aged 9 years ; 

Benoist, aged 3 years ; 

Pierre Melangon, aged 17 years ; 

Joseph, aged 15 years. 

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Marie Joseph, aged 7 years ; 

Roze, aged 5 years. 

They have in live stock : three oxen, two oows, two mares, one ewe, six pigs and 
three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. They have made a clearing on 
it for the sowing of three bushels of wheat and two bushels of oat^ in the coming spring. 

Ance du Havre a Mathieu is situated on the south shore of the Isle Saint- 
Jean, three leagues from the peninsula of Trois-Rivi^res and six from Pointe de I'Elst. 
It is formed by Cap k David lying to the south and Cap k la Soury to the north. The 
distance between these points is estimated at one league. The creek lies north and 
south and runs a half league inland to the west, having an almost uniform breadth 
throughout. At its extreme furthermost end it branches into two harbours. One 
of which is called Havre a Matthieu. It is void of any settler and lies to the north ai the 
creek running west one league inland. 

The width of this harbour is ascertained to be irregular, but is estimated at an average 
of 200 toises. In the middle of the creek there is a channel twenty toises in breadth, 
in which there is from eight to nine feet of water at low tide. The lands surrounding 
the harbour are covered with hardwood of every description. 

At the other extremity of the said creek lies havre la Fortune. It runs south-west 
to a depth of a league and a half inland. Its breadth at the widest part is estimated 
to be from 300 to 350 toises, whilst the channel has seven to eight feet of water on the 
bar at high tide. The nature of the soil renders it profitable for cultivation, and the 
settlers who took refuge here at the time of the last war, praise it very highly. 

The meadow lands are situated on the banks of these rivers. They yield a sufficiently 
large quantity of hay to serve as fodder for such live stock as the settlers have in 
possession at present, but it is thought that if the area was extended a large 
number of head of cattle might be raised and fed. All the surrounding lands are 
covered with different sorts of mixed timber, but the settlers have not yet discovered a 
quarry of any sort 

Census. 

Census of the settlers at Havre La Fortune, in men, women, children, kc. 

Namely : — 

Joseph Le Prieur, navigator, native of Port Royal, in TAcadie, aged 49 years, he 
has been in the country 30 years. Married to Marguerite Olivier, native of Beaubassin, 
aged 29 years. 

By their marriage they have had three sons and one daughter : — 

Emanuel Le Prieur, aged 9 years ; 

Rocq, aged 7 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 5 years ; 

Marie, aged 3 years. 

In stocx they have the following : six oxen, six cows, two heifers, four calves, 
five ewes, five pigs, and twenty fowls; as well as one schooner of 26 tons burden, and 
another of 15 tons. 

The land on which they are newly settled is situated on the right bank of the 
harbour of La Fortune. Their only title is that of possession, and a verbal permission 
from Monsieur de Bonna venture, the King's commandant in the isle Saint Jean. They 
have made a large clearing and could have sown 28 bushels of seed if they had had it, but 
have only sown nine bushels and a half of wheat, half a bushel of rye, half bushel of 
barley, four and a half bushels of peas, two bushels of oats, and they could have sown 
another eleven bushels. 

Cristophle Delanne, ploughman, native of the the parish of Perier, bishopric of 
Avranche, Normandy, aged 47 years, he has been in the country 23 years. Married 
to Marguerite Caissy, native of Beaubassin, aged 25 years. . 

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Pierre Delanne, aged 13 years ; 

Jean, aged 9 years ; 

Jacques, aged 6 years ; 

Jeao, aged 30 months ; 

Genevieve, aged 7 years. 

In stock they have : four oxen, three cows, one calf, four ewes, four pigs and 
fovr fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is contiguous to that of Joseph I^e Prieur. 
Tbej have made a large clearing on it where they have sown eight bushels of wheat, 
foor bushels of oats, one bushel and a half of peas, half a bushel of barley, half a bushel 
0^ back wheat and a piece of land sufficient for two bushels of seed sown with turnips, 
ud they have sufficient land for the sowing of another eight bushels of seed. 

Piorre Le Prieur, ploughman, native of St. Pierre in the north part of the island, 
•fed 27 years. Married to Judict Chiasson, widow of the late Charles Lacroiz dit 
Dorel, native of TAcadie, aged 39 years. 

She has six children by her first marriage and two by the second, namely, two sons 
and six daughters : — 

Charles Lacroix, aged 13 years ; 

Pierre Le Prieur, aged 4 years ; 

Marie Lacroix ; 

Margueritte Lacroix, aged 21 years; 

Anne, aged 18 years ; 

Jidict) aged 16 years ; 

Marie Anne, aged 7 years ; 

Marie Le Prieur, agaJ 2 years ; 

In stock they have three oxen, two cows, and one heifer. 

The land on which they are settled is situated to the south-west of that of Joseph 
Le Prieur, his brother. They have made a clearing where they were only able to sow 
ax boiheis of wheat, having no more. Their land is sufficiently large to sow eighteen 
bwhelg of seed. 

Joannis Laborde, ploughman, native of the parish of la Bastide, bishopric of 
Bayonne, aged 34 years, he has been in the country 12 years. Married to Marie 
Le Prieur, native of St. Pierre in the north of this island, aged 32 years. 

They have five children by their marriage, three sons and two daughters : — 

Ofuullaunse Laborde, aged 12 years ; 

Charles Francois, aged 9 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 1 year ; 

Marie, aged 6 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 3 years ; 

They have in live stock four oxen, five cows, four calves, one wether and nine 
fowla. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the left bank of the harbour of 
^ Fortune. They have made a clearing on it and sown ten bushels of wheat and half 
iboibel of peas. 

Joseph Leblanc, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 40 years, he has been in the 
country one year. Married to Marie Bourg, native of TAcadie, aged 35 years. 

Tbey have five children of their marriage, all sons ; — 

Ambroise LeBlanc, aged 14 years; 

Simon Joseph, aged 1 2 years ; 

Benony, aged 3 years ; 

Charles, aged 4 months ; 

Joseph, aged 8 years : 

In live stock they have four oxen, six cows, five calves, one horse, six pigs and 
^Mrteen fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 
^onnaventure, commandant of this island, to the south west of the dwelling of Joannis 
Laborde. They have made a clearing on it where they have sown four bushels of 
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Abraham D&igre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 47 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Marie Boudrot, native of the parish of St. Charles, 
bishopric of Quebec, aged 44 years. 

They have nine children of their marriage, seven boys and two girls : — 
" Aimable Daigre, aged 21 years ; 

Jean , aged 20 years ; 

Jean Eloy, aged 14 years ; 

Frangois Marie, aged 1 2 years ; 

Pierre, aged 10 years ; 

Joseph, aged 5 years ; 

Nicolas, aged 2 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 23 years ; 

Marie Rosalie, aged 16 years ; 

In live stock they they have two oxen, two cows, one calf, one ewe, three pigs and 
four fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the right shore of the said har- 
bour. It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, commandant of 
Isle Saint-Jean. They have made a clearing on which they have sown two bushels 
of wheat, two bushels of peas and one bushel of oats. 

We left Havre de la Fortune on the 11th and took the route for Pointe de 
FEst, situated, it is stated, six. leagues from the harbour. After having doubled the 
point of Havre a Mathieu, we passed a little to seaward of the harbour la Souris 
and observed that it runs a league and a half inland to the north, throwing out an arm 
to the east The entrance to the harbour is practicable only for boats and wood boats 
of the capacity of three to four cords. Next we noticed the little harbors that ran, the 
one to the west and the other to the north-west, which are practicable for boats alone. 
In all this part of the country there is but little hay made. The land seems to be of a 
nature suitable for cultivatiqn, and is covered with all kinds of hard wood fit for the 
construction of small vessels and boats. These two harbours lie a distance of one league 
apart and two leagues from the harbour de la Fortune. After having made another 
two leagues, we found ourselves crossing Havre de TEchourie. Its entrance lies 
north and south, and is estimated at one hundred toises in length. Inside the entrance 
the harbour divides into two arms, running east and west so that that on the star- 
board side on entering may have a league in length, by a quarter of league of breadth, 
and that to the larboard three-quarters of a league. There is a great deal of grass on 
the banks of the harbour. The harbour is practicable only for boats. It is considered 
that this harbor would only have been a large creek but for the sand dunes thrown up 
by the wind, which sand dunes separate it from the sea. Next, after making another 
two leagues, we doubled Pointe de I'Est. This point has been reduced to a wilder- 
ness by a fire which has passed through this section, and the settlers have established 
themselves at a distance of two leagues from the point on the north side. 

The land on which the people have seti 
theless they have sown no seed here, and th 
if the King does not make them a gift or lo 
they will find it impossible to maintain the 
poverty through the great mortality among 

Ce: 

Census of the settlers at Pointe de I'E 

Noel Pinet, ploughman, native of VA 
years in the country. Married to Rose He 

They have with them one son and one 

Charles Pinet, aged 18 years. 

Anne, aged 13 years. 

In live stock they have three oxen, t^ 
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The Und on which they are settled was granted to them by Messieurs Duchambon 
and Dnboi&son. They have made a clearing on it where they ordinarily sow forty 
bashels of grain yearly, and will sow that quantity next spring if they are given the 
seed. 

Antoine Dechevery, fisherman and ploughman, native of Bayonne, aged 40 years; 
he has been 25 years in the colony. Married to Marie Pinet, native of Canada, aged 
30 years. 

They have six children, five sons and one daughter : 

Denis Dechevery, aged 11 years. 

Antoine, aged 10 years. 

Francois, £^ed 8 years. 

Pierre, aged 6 years. 

Jean, ag^ 4 years. 

Marie, aged 6 months. 

In stock they have six oxen, one cow, one heifer, two calves, one mare, six 
eires, four pigs and three hens. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them by Noel Pinet, their father. 
Tbey have made a clearing where they could sow 36 bushels of grain in the coming 
spring. 

Jean Baptiste Pinet, fisherman and ploughman, native of Quebec, aged 41 years. 
Married to Jeanne Pillot, native of La Rochelle, aged 24 years. 

They have three sons : 

Charles Pinet, aged 4 years. 

Bazille, aged 3 ^ears. 

Jean Baptiste, aged 2 years. 

In stock they have : two oxen, one cow, one calf and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is part of the homestead of their father. They 
lare made a clearing where they could sow twenty bushels of grain if it were given to 
tlieaL 

Pierre Pinet, ploughman, native of Petit Degrat, aged 24 years. Married to 
(J«nevieve Trahant, native of TAcadie, aged 22 years. 

They have three sons : 

Jean Pinet, aged 3 years. 

Pierre, aged 2 years. 

Paul, aged 6 weeks. 

They have in live stock two oxen, two cows, one calf, one wether and one pig. 

They are settled on the homestead of Noel Pinet, their father. They have made a 
•clearing where they could sow thirty bushels of grain if they had it. 

We left on the 13th and took the route for TEtang du Noffrage, following the sea 
uiore continually for the six leagues at which the distance from the Post at Pointe 
d* TEst to TEtang du Noffrage is estimated. 

In thia distance we met with nothing worthy of notice. The land is a desert 
owing to the occurrence of the fire, but a short distance inland the country is covered 
*ith hardwood and the soil was good for the production of all kinds of grain and roots ; 
everything coming up in abundance. Owing to the lack of seed grain the settler here 
va» unable to seed his land this year, but the small quantity of wheat which ho 
«u able to :sow is aroons(st the finest in the island. The ears are long, large and well 
iilied. The Etang du Noffrage runs a quarter of a league inland to the south-west. The 
reread tb averages 80 toises. At the extremity of the ^tang, a long brook, which never 
drtts up, discharges its water. This brook is supplied from two large springs lying at a 
iittaacc of two leagues and a half inland to the west south-west. The brook contains 
*afficient water to run flour and saw mills, but as regards the latter they are considered 
a^les^. as there is no timber suitable for sawing, all the hardwood, growing in the sur- 
roandiag district being good at the best for the building of boats. 

We left on the 14th for St. Pierre du Nord. We counted the distance between 
the two points as six leagues by the road. We saw nothing on the way that calls for 
"iescription. 

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D£SCBIPTIOM OF HAVRE ST. PIERRE. 

The harbour of St. Pierre lies on the north coast of the Isle St. Jean. It is well 
suited for the pursuit of ood fishing, the fish being as a rule more abundant here tbaD 
at He Royale ; but, in truth, of a quality much inferior to those of the latter island. 
A market for the cod is found at Louisbourg, as well as with the merchants of that 
town, for shipment with the consignments they make to the islands of America. The 
lands around St. Pierre are suitable for cultivation and the settlers successfully follow 
the occupations of fishing and of cultivating the soil. 

The lands that have been seeded this year present one of the most beautiful scenes 
that anyone could desire to witness. 

The entrance to the harbour is formed by sand dunes. It is estimated that the en- 
trance is 350 toises across, the sand dunes lying east and west. The channel is navi- 
gable only for vessels having a draft of eight or nine feet, and at high tide the channel 
runs north and south with a depth everywhere of from 15 to 16 feet of water, and if it 
were not for the bar and shallows that have been thrown up by the different currents, 
vessels of 300 tons burden could make their passage without any difficulty. In order to 
enter the harbour it is necessary to follow the lines of the sand dunes at a distance of 100 
toises, on the west side, afterwards passing at a distance of 20 or 30 toises at the utmost 
the fish-drying grounds of le Sieur Aubin. 

It is believed that if an embankment were constructed from the foot of the sand dune 
on the east side of the harbour to the border of the channel, sufficiently high to force 
the currents to flow into and out of the harbour, of St. Pierre as well as the main body 
of the river to pass through the said channel from that point, the currents would be 
diverted from the flat ground, and become sufficiently rapid to clear away the bar which 
proves the greatest impediment to the navigation of the harbour. The settlement at the 
harbour of St. Pierre is deemed to be one of considerable importance now, as much be- 
cause of the trade connected with the fisheries, as of that which might be carried on in 
the interior of the Isle, were it, as it seems likely to be, well settled. When one con 
siders seriously all that might be accomplished to make this trade solid and durable, it be- 
comes apparent that the cultivation of the land, and the raising of live stock of all des- 
criptions must be regarded as the pivot on which the whole ought to turn. It must be 
remembered that so long as the fishermen are obliged to procure all their fishing equip- 
ment, supplies and food from the merchants of Louisbourg, or other itinerant traders, 
they will, owing to the excessive prices they have to pay for what merchandise they 
require, and the moderate prices they receive for their fish, always find themselves 
conducting their fishery operations at a loss. 

On the other hand if the settlers had the power of making from their own produce 
the bread, butter, meat, clothes and linen, to supply their principal wants, and the 
fishermen were obliged to procure only their salt, lines, hooks, etc., from the aforesaid 
merchants, they would be able to sell their fish at the lowest price, and reap a sub- 
stantial profit. 

Census. 

Census of the settlers at St. Pierre du Nord. 

Louis Beaulieu, ploughman, native of aged 54 years. Married to 

Margueritte Oudy, native of TAcadie, aged 34 years. 

They have seven children, three sons and four daughters : — 

Pierre Beaulieu, aged 19 years ; 

Jean Louis, aged 13 years ; 

Jasques, aged 1 year ; 

Marie Jeanne, aged 1 1 years ; 

Helenne, aged 7 years ; 

Marie Louise, aged 6 years ; ^ 

Margueritte, aged 3 years ; 

They own the following live stock : — four oxen, three cows, two bulls, one sow, 
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The land on which they are settled is situated on the north bank of the river St. 
Pierre. It was granted to them in 1736 by Messrs. Despiet de Pensens and 
Dubaiisson. The grant has been homologated by Messieurs de Brouillant and Le Nor- 
maiid It contains five arpents, eight perches, nine feet of front facing on the said 
river with a depth extending from the bank of said river to the dunes. 

They have made on said grant a large piece of pasture land, with a clearing, on 
vhich they have sown twenty bushels of wheat, 6wo bushels of peas, and there remains 
fallow land sufficient for the sowing of twenty -four bushels of seed which they have not 
seeded for want of grain. 

Jean Oudy, fisherman and ploughman, native of TAcadie, a^ed 29 yeard, he has 
been in the country 22 years. Married to Marie Blanchard, native of TAcadie, aged 
23 years. 

They have Jean Baptiste, their son, aged 10 months. 

Rosalie Blanchard, her sister, aged 9 years. 

They have in live stock two cows, one mare, ten ewes, two sows and eleven fowls 
<»* chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the river St. 
Pierre. They have been there since the month of August last by the verbal permission 
of M. de Bonnaventure. 

They have made a clearing on it where they have sown two bushels and a half of 
vbeat^ one bushel of peas and half a bushel of oats. 

Jean Lacroiz dit Canniche, fisherman and ploughman, native of Bayonne, aged 40 
jears, he has been 26 years in the colony. Married to Cecille Oudy, native of TAcadie, 
aged .^9 years. 

They have ^^e children, three sons and two daughters : — 

In live stock they have six oxen, four cows, one bull, fifteen ewes, one calf, six 
kmbe, four pigs, two sows and five fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the river Saint- 
Pierre. It contains, fronting on the said river arpents 

perches and feet and in depth extending the back to the dunes. 

They have made a clearing on which they have sown nine bushels of wheat and 
one bushel of peas and there remains a piece of fallow land sufficient for the sowing of 
Bine bushels. 

Martin Tchipar^, fisherman and ploughman, native of Bayonne, aged 38 years, he 
baa been 24 years in the colony. Married to Marie Oudy, native of TAcadie, aged 36 
years. 

They have sijt children, three sons and three daughters : — 

Jacques Martin, aged 14 years ; 

Pierre, aged 8 years ; 

Martin, aged 2 years ; 

Marie Anne, agef] 1 3 years ; 

CeciUe, aged 11 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 4 years ; 

Qttillaume Gallet, native of aged 22 years, domestic to the said 

Tefaipard 

They have in live stock five oxen, one cow, two heifers, one calf, five wethers, three 
eves, two lambs, two pigs, three sows, eight geese, ten hens, together with one boat. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north side of the river Saint- 
Pierre. It was granted to them by deed but they were unable to produce the title to us 
having lost it. They have made a clearing on which they have sown twelve bushels 
of wheat and a bushel and a half of peas and they still have sufficient fallow land for 
tbe sowing of nine bushels. 

Claude Oudy^ fisherman and ploughman, poor, native of TAcadie, aged 40 years, 
be baa been in the country 30 years. Married to Angelique Potier, native of Beau- 
tvkann, aged 29 years. 

They have e\ght children, two sons and six daughters : — 
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Claude Oudy, aged 12 years ; 
Jean Baptiste, aged 5 years ; 
Marie Eenriette, aged 8 years ; 
Cecille, aged 6 years ; 
Monique, aged 4 years ; 
Marie Joseph, aged 3 years ; 
Marie Anne, aged 2 years ; 
Marie Magdelaine, aged one month. 

They have in live stx>ck one ox, six wethers, two ewes, one pig, and fifty-six fowls 
or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north of the river Saint- 
Pierre. It was granted to them by Messieurs de Pensens and Dubuisson, and homolo- 
gated by Messieurs de Brouillant and Lenormand. They have made a clearing on it 
in which they have sowed two bushels of wheat, and there remains fallow land in which 
they might sow twenty bushels. 

The widow of Jacques Oudy, native of I'Acadie, aged 55 years, she has been ia 
the country 24 years. 

She has seven children, four sons and three daughters : — 
Pierre Oudy, aged 28 years ; 
Joseph, aged 20 years ; 
' Etienne, aged 16 years; 
Charles, aged 14 years. 
Anne, aged 24 years. 
Magdelaine, aged 1 7 years ; 
Cecille, aged 12 years. 

In live stock she has eight oxen, four sows, two bulls, two heifers, eight wethers,, 
ten ewes, eight pigs, thirty geese and eight fowl. 

The land on which she is settled is situated on the north side of the river Saint- 
Pierre. It was granted by Messieurs de Pensens ancl Potier Dubuisson, and homolo- 
gated by Messieurs de Brouillant and Le Normant under date the 20th July, 1736. It 
contains 5 arpents, 6 perches facing on the said river with a depth including all to the 
dunes. They have made a clearing on it where they have sown twenty-four bushels of 
wheat, six bushels of peas, six bushels of oats and one of linseed, and still have sufficient 
fallow land for another twenty-two bushels. 

Jacques Oudy, fisherman and ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 30 years, he has 
been on the island 24 year». Married to Magdelaine Dousset, native of I'Acadie, aged 
26 years. 

They have Marie Magdelaine, their daughter, aged 9 months. 
In stock they have two cows, four ewes, one sow and three pigs. 
The land on which they are settled is situated on the north of the river Saint- Pien*e. 
The only title they have is that of possession, and permission froiQ Monsieur de Bonna- 
venture, the King's Commandant on the Isle. On it they have made a clearing for the 
/. .1 bushels of wheat and one bushel of peas. 

ste Vescot, ploughman, native of the parish of Saint Jouachim, bishop- 
^ed 62 years, he has been in the country 24 years. Married to Marie 
of Beaubassin, in the bishopric aforesaid, 
lix children, three sons and three daughters : 
ite, aged 22 years ; 
I 16 years ; 
114 years ; 
ftged 24 years ; 
20 years ; 
;d 8 years. 

ck they have the following : eight oxen, eight cows, eight calves, one 
3, thirty ewes or wethers, seventeen pigs, twenty-one geese, eleven tur- 
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The land on which they are settled is situated to the north-east of the harbour of 
Sftint-Pierre. Tbej have made a clearing on it where they have sown forty bushels of 
vbeat, eleven bushels of oats, three bushels of peas and four bushels of rye, and there 
still remains fallow land sufficient for the sowing of thirty-two bushels. They hold the 
said land under grant from Messieurs de Pensensand Dubuisson, under date of the 18th 
of July, 1736. The said land contains five arpents frontage by a depth extending to 
the danes, said to be ten arpents. They enjoy another piece of land which is a sort of a 
marsh, where they make their hay, situated at Grand Etang in the north part of this 
isle, under a certificate of the late Monsieur Potier Dubuisson, dated the 22nd July, 
1738, in which it is stated that half of this land is given to them and the other half to 
Jacques Oudy and that with the consent of Monsieur de Pensens. 

Pierre Bonni^re, tailor and ploughman, native of parish of Raquiel, bishopric of 
Rennes, aged 43 years, he came from I'Acadie with his family to this isle two years 
ago. Married to Magdelaine Forest, native of Cobequit, in the said Acadia, aged 35 
jears- 

They have six children — three sons and three daughters : — 
Michel Joseph, aged 17 years ; 
Jean Jacques, aged 16 years ; 
Charles, aged 8 years ; 
Marie Madelaine, aged 19 years ; 
Rose, aged 14 years ; 
Anne, aged 11 years. 

They have the following live stock : three oxen, two cows, one calf, one sow, four 
ewes, eleven fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated half a league in the interior of the 
lands in the south part of the settlement of said Pierre du Nord. It was given to them 
verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have only made a clearing for a 
garden. 

The said Sr. Bonni^re occupies another piece of land that he has purchased from 
Anne Daigre, widow of the late Etienne Poitevin situated to the south of the farm 
of Sr. Francois Dou villa, at Pointe de St. Pierre. They have made a clearing on it on 
which they have sown eight bushels of wheat. 

Pierre Bonnier, junior, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 21 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Anne Granger, native of I'Acadie, aged 21 years. 
They have in stock, one ox, one cow and eight fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated to the south-west of the property of 
Pierre Bonniere, their father. It was given to them verbally by ^lonsieur de Bonna- 
venture. On it they have made a clearing on which they have sown five bushels of 
wheat ; and 1 hey have fallow land besides sufficient for the sowing of another five 
boshels. 

Mathurin Thenifere, fisherman and ploughman, native of Avranches, Normandy, 
aged 60 years, he has been in the countiy 10 years. Married to Anne Daigre, native 
of I'Acadie, ag^ 80 years. 

They have Anne Noyer, their grand-daughter, aged *8 years. 
One cow with her calf. 

The land on which they are settled is situated in the interior at half a league dis- 
tance from the parish on the King's Highway to Grande Source. On it they have 
made a clearing on which they have sown one bushel and a half of wheat. 

Fran9ois Legendre, ploughman, native of Saint-Malo, Brittany, aged 27 years, he 
has been in the country two years. Married to Marguerite Labau ve, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 25 years. 

They have Henrietta I^egendre, their daughter, aged 18 months. 
They have in live stock two oxen, two cows, one pig and three fowls. 
The land on which they are settled is situated on the south of the havre Saint- 
Pierre. It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have 
made on it a large clearing and sown two bushels and a half of wheat and one bushel 
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Charles Emanuel, ploughinaD, native of TAcadie, aged 45 years ; he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Claire Daigre, native of TAcadie, aged 52 years. 

They have five sons and one daughter : — 

Jean Emanuel, aged 18 years ; 

Marcel, aged 15 years ; 

Pierre, aged 13 years ; 

Alexis, aged 1 years ; 

Paul, aged 8 years ; 

Marie, aged 16 years. 

In stock they have three oxen, three cows, one heifer, two calves and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated to the south of the havre Saint 
Pierre, half a league in the interior. It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 
Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing and sowed on it one bushel df peas, and 
they still have fallow land for the sowing of 24 bushels the coming spring. 

Mr. Delaborde, merchant, native of Coulombe, archbishopric of Paris, aged 48 years, 
he has been in the country 11 years. Married to Anne Verrien, native of this 
place, aged 27 years. 

They have by their marriage two sons : — 

Fran9oi8, aged 8 years ; 

Louis, aged 2 years. 

They have in live stock four oxen, one horse, eleven ewes and eight fowls. 

The land they occupy was given to them verbally by Messieurs Duchambon and 
Dubuisson, in 1742. They have made a clearing where they can sow thirty-two bushels 
of grain the coming spring. 

The said Sr. Delaborde owns a boat. 

Pierre Dubocq, ploughman, native of Rouen, aged 42 years ; he has been in the 
country twenty years. Married to Suzanne Lemercier, native of Saint-Machouz, bish- 
opric of Rouen, aged 50 years. 

They hav^e four children, two sons and two daughters : — 

Pierre, aged 16 years ; 

Jacques, aged 9 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 1 6 years ; 

Marie, aged 11 years. 

Their live stock consists of two ewes and eight fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs 
Duchambon and Dubuisson in 1743. They have made a clearing on it where they can 
sow ten bushels of* grain, if they are given it for they appear to be in very great 
indigence. i 

Suzanne Berloin, widow of the late George Manse), native of the town and parish 
of Saint- Jean d'Angelly, aged 45 years, she has been 33 years in the country. 

She has the following live stock : seven oxen, two cows, eighteen ewes, six pigs, 
three sows, twenty-four geese, six turkeys and thirty-two fowls or chickens. 

The land on which she is settled, was given to her verbally by Messieurs Ducham- 
■" ' 'sson in 1741, the extent she does not know. She has made a clearing' 
has sown ten bushels of wheat, one bushel of peas, and one 
Eind has sufficient land remaining for the sowing of twenty bushels of 

3urocher, ploughman, native of the bishopric of Rennes, aged 80 years, 
the country 33 years. Married to Elizabeth Brunau, native of Sainte 
tged 69 years. 
ive stock consists of one cow with her calf. 

n which they are settled was sold to them by the late Etienne Thomas 
3 sum of 112 livres. They have made a clearing on which 24 bushels of 

sown. 

Patris, fisherman and ploughman, native of Saint Brieux, aged 38 years, 
the country 20 years. Married to Fran9oise Chiasson, widow of the 

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They have six children, foar sons and two daughters : 
Gaillamne Gallet, aged 22 years ; 
Francois Gallet, aged 12 years ; 

George Patrip, aged 8 years ; 

Paul, aged 5 years ; 

Fran^oise, aged 15 years ; 

Ang^lique, aged 7 years. 

They have in live stook : two oxen, two cows, one calf, six wethers, one pig, two 
geese and eight turkeys. 

The land on which they are settled was granted to them in form by Messieurs 
Aubert and Dubuisson in 1723, but they cannot produce the deed, it having being 
burnt in the fire of 1724. They have made a clearing, where they have sown three 
bushels of wheat, and they have fallow land besides for the sowing of thirty-seven 
bathela. 

Jean Le Breton, fisherman and ploughman, native of Saint Malo, aged 63 years, 
be has been in the country 28 years. Married to Marie Bertrand, native of TAcadie, 
aged 50 years. 

They have six children, five sons and one daughter : 

Charles, aged 25 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 23 years ; 

Jean, aged 20 years ; 

Joseph, aged 18 years ; 

Bonnaventure, aged 12 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 24 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows, two calves, one heifer, ?ivq ewes, three 
sows, three pigs and six fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was granted to them by Messieurs de Pensens 
Ukd Dnbui&son, but they have lost the deed. They have made a clearing where they 
lu?e sown eight bushels of wheat and two bushels of peas. 

Simon BiUard dit la Valleur, locksmith, formerly soldier of the company of Mon- 
sieur de Bonnaventure, native of Paris, aged 43 years, he has been 23 years in the 
colony. Married to Marie Joseph Charpentier, native of Havre, Saint-Pierre du Nord, 
aged 28 years. 

They have three children, one son and two daughters : — 

Simon BiUard, aged 1 1 months ; 

Marie Rose, aged 5 years ; 

Loaise, aged 3 years ; 

In live stock they have four oxen, two cows, two calves, four wethers, four ewes, one 
mare and her colt, one sow, four pigs ; and they also own one boat. 

They have made a clearing on which they can sow ten bushels of grain. 

The said BiUard possesses another piece of land in the wood, where h^ has made a 
clearing for the sowing of eight bushels of wheat. 

This last named homestead is situated on Riviere k Charles, one league from 
tbe harbour of St. Pierre. 

In live stock they have thirteen geese and eigliteen fowls. 

Joseph Jacquet, fisherman, native of Orandville, in Normandy, aged 35 years, 
be has been 12 years in the country. Married to Elizabeth Boulanger, native of 
Havre Saint-Pierre du Nord on this island, aged 30 years. 

They have ^'vq children by their marriage, three sons and two daughters : — 

Joseph Jacquet, aged 8 years ; 

Antoine, aged 3 years ; 

Jacques, aged 8 months ; 

Marie Fran^oise, aged 10 years ; 

Th^r^se, aged 5 years ; 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows, one heifer, two calves, two ewes and 
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Thej bought their house for 50 livres from Pierre Gallon and have their land 
under a permit from Monsieur Degoutins under date the 13th November, 1750. Thej 
have made a clearing on it where they have sown two bushels of wheat, and have fallow 
laud besides for sowing fourteen bushels in the coming spring. 

J^e Sr. Louis Bernard, fisherman and ploughman, native of Chartres in Beauc^, 
aged 52 years, he has been — years in the country. Married to Magdelaine Simon, 
native of Louisbourg, aged 34 years. 

They have five children, four sons and one daughter : — . 

Louis Bernard, aged 1 6 years ; 

Pierre, aged 10 years ; 

Hustache, aged 3 years ; 

Simon, aged 9 months ; 

Anne, aged 1 1 years ; 

They have in live stock two oxen and two ewes. 

They hold the land by purchase for the sum of 80 livres from Jean Chesnay, as 
appears by certificate from the said Chesnay under date of 1738. They have made 
a clearing for the sowing of twenty bushels and have sown nothing for three years, 
having no seed. 

Nicolas Hango, fisherman, native of Verly, bishopric of Coutance, aged 36 years, 
he has been in the country — years. Married to Anne Gallais, native of Havre Saint- 
Pierre du Nord on this island, aged 23 years. 

They have four children, three sons and one daughter : — 

Vincent Hengo, aged 7 years ; 

Simon, aged 5 years ; 

Louis, aged 32 months ; 

Marie Rose, aged 10 months. 

They have in live stock three ewes, one sow and one pig. 

The land on which thev are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur 
Deschambon, commandant of this Isle. They have made a clearing and sown four 
bushels of wheat and one bushel of peas, and have fallow land for the sowing of four 
bushels in the coming spring. Their homestead is situated on the river a Charles, one 
league from the harbour of St. Pierre du Nord. 

Andr^ Renauld, poor, ploughman, native of the parish of Mattes, in Xaintonge, 
aged 60 years, he has been yn the country 26 years. Married to Jeanne Roger, native 
of La Rochelle, aged 40 years. 

They have two sons : — 

Mathurin Renauld, aged 10 years ; 

Andr^, aged 8 years. 

In live stock they have one cow and her calf, one heifer, two ewes and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated at Havre Saint-Pierre. It 
was granted to them by deed from Messieurs de Pensens and Dubuisson. They have 
fallow land su^cient to sow twenty-four bushels. Nothing has been sown as they had 
no seed. 

Le Sr. Emard de Thezen, from Dauphin^, merchant, aged 43 years, he has been in 
the country three years. 

Jacques Meunier, native of Balle, Switzerland, an arrival from the British pos- 
sessions, aged 18 years, domestic to the said Sr. Emard. 

Bazille Boudrot, his farmer, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years, he has been in the 
country two years. Married to Margueritte Giroire, native of TAcadie, aged 30 years. 

They have three children, one son and two daughters : — 

Pierre Paul Boudrot, aged 8 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 4 years ; 

Euphrosinne aged 2 years. 

In live stock they have three cows with their calves, four geese, one horse, fi^ 
ewes and ten fowls. 

The said Sr. Emard holds his land by purchase from Monsieur Saint-Villemay. 
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Marie Ducloux, widow of the late Michel Loyal dit Mignet, native of Cap Breton, 
tffcd 38 year?, left with five children, two sons and three daughters : — 

Michel Loyal, their eldest son, aged 13 years ; 

Jacque*, aged 10 years ; 

Marie Rose, aged 12 years ; 

Charlotte, aged 7 years ; 

Modeste, aged 4 years. 

She has in live stock four oxen, three cows, two calves, one mare, one ram, six 
ewes, one sow, ten geese and eight fowls. 

The land on which she is settled is situated at Havre of St. Pierre du Nord, 
QD this Isle, where she has sown five bushels and a half of wheat, one bushel and a half 
of barley, one bushel of oats, half a bushel of peas, and has fallow land for the sowing 
of twenty four bushels more. 

The said widow holds her land under deed made by Messieurs de Pensens and 
Doboison, dated the 20th July, 1736, and homologated by Messieurs de Brouillant and 
Le Nonnant. 

Robert Mancel, fishermen, native of the parish of la Luzerne, bishopric of Avranches, 
aged 32 years, he has been three years in the country. Married to Jeanne Goupy, 
oadve of the same place, aged 32 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : 

Blaise, aged 3 years ; 

Suzanne, aged 17 months. 

Their live stock consists of the following : one cow with her calf, one wether, four 
«wes, one pig, one sow, twenty geese, five fowls ; with two boats and a share in a 
bateau. 

They have no dwelling. 

Marie Simon, widow •f the late Dominique Duclaud, native of I'Acadie, aged 55 
jetrs. She has Simone, her niece, aged 18, and she lives with her son. 

Jacques Dominique Duclaud, fisherman, native of this place, aged 31 years. Married 
to Marie Vescot, native of I'Acadie, aged 28 years. 

They have two daughters : — 

Marie Fran^oise, aged 2 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 1 year. 

In live stock they have : two oxen, six cows, ^vq calves, fifteen owes, one horse, 
t«n pigs, twenty geese, three turkeys and forty fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are was granted to them by Messieurs Duchambon and 
Dttbuwion. They have sown ten bushels of wheat. They share a boat with Joseph 
bomont. • 

Joseph Dumont, fisherman and ploughman, native of Petit Degrat, aged 38 years. 

He has four daughters : — 

Anne, aged 1 3 years ; 

Marie, aged 1 1 years ; 

flelenne, aged 5 years ; 

Suzanne, aged 18 months. 

lie has three oxen, three cows, two heifers, fifteen wethers, three pigs, ten geese 
ftod four fowls. 

On the land on which he is settled, he has sown four bushels of wheat. 
> Marie Joseph Chenel, widow of the late Morel, native of TAcadie, aged 50 years. 

[ She has three sons : — 

, Joseph Charpentier, aged 22 years ; 

Louis, aged 20 years ; 

Joseph, aged 15 years. 

In live stock, she has : four oxen, one cow, two calves, fifteen wethers, five pigs, 
'^t^eu f^eeee, eighteen turkeys, thirty fowls or chickens. 

Her land, which she has improved, is on the river. She has made a clearing on 
*^^ she haa sown some ten bushels of wheat, and has besides f 3JI0W land sufiicient to 
•0^ twenty-four bushels ; and a second piece of land which she has improved for the 
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Le Sr. Charles Jousseaume, merchant, native of Saint-Martin de Villeneuye 
bishopric of La Rochelle, in France, aged 30 years, he has been in the country three 
years. He has been married for one month to Demoiselle Magdelaine Bugpaud, native 
of I'Acadie, aged 16 years. 

He is living in the house of the widow Morel, which he has rented. 

They have in live stock, two oxen, three pigs, five geese, five fowls ; with two fish- 
ing boats and half of two other batteaus, one with Robert Mancel and the other with 
Jacques Galland and he is purveyor for seven boats. 

The said Sr. Jousseaume has in his employ as a domestic a 36 months boy named 
Claude Duriand, native of Quentin, bishopric of St. Brieux in Brittany, aged 16 years. 

The said Sr. Jousseaume has no land yet except thirty feet square that he has 
purchased from the widow Morel. 

Fran9ois Jolly, fisherman, native of Param^, bishopric of St. Malo, aged 69 years. 

J ean Le Yieux, native of Soubise, bishopric of Sainte, in Xaintonge, aged 60 yeiyr^ 
both bachelors and partners. 

In live stock they have two pigs and four fowls. 

The land they occupy is situated to the south quarter-south-west of the bay of 
Saint-Pierre, it was given to them verbally by Monsieur 

They have made a clearing on it where they have sown eight bushels of wheat, one 
bushel and a half of rye, three-quarters of a bushel of barley and four bushels of peas» 
and they have sufficient fallow land for the sowing of three bushels. 

Magdelaine Poitevin, widow of Guillaume Prieur dit Dubois, native of TAcadie, 
aged 50 years, and he has been in the country 32 years. 

She has three sons : — 

Pierre, aged 23 years ; 

Guillaume, aged 19 years ; 

Louis, aged 13 years ; 

Andr^ Dugay, orphan, aged 7 years. 

The land on which she is settled is situated at Havre Saint-Pierre in the 
north part of this Isle. She holds the. said land under deckl from Messieurs de Peosens 
and Dubuisson. She declares the said deed was burned at the time of the fire fourteen 
years ago. 

Her live stock is as follows : three oxen, four cows, one calf, eight ewes, two pigs, 
fivcgeese and five fowls. 

She has made a clearing where she has sown two bushels and a half of wheat 
and has fallow land for the sowing of sixty bushels the coming spring. 

The said widow and her sons enjoy in addition to the above land another piece of 
land situated up the riviere du Nord-Est of Port La Joye, where they have sown eight 
bushels of grain. 

Jacques Le Prieur dit Dubois, her son, native of the Isles Michaud, near He Royale, 
fisherman and ploughman, aged 35 years and has been 32 years in the country. Married 
a short time ago to Marguerite Michel dite Laruine, native of I'Acadie, aged 20 year^. 

All the live stock they possess consists of but one wether and three fowls. 

The land they occupy is situated near the source of the riviere du Nord-Est of the 
Port La Joye. On it they have made a clearing for the sowing of eight bushels of 
wheat. 

Joseph Tricoud dit Picard, settler, (discharged) soldier in the company of Stimau- 
ville of the Department of He Royale, native of the burg of Au, province oi 
Picardie, in the jurisdiction of the town of Eu, aged 30 years, he has been 15 yeare 
in the colony. Married to Margueritte Prieur, native of Havre Saint-Pierre, in Ue 
Saint-Jean, aged 20 years. 

They have two sons : — 

Joseph, aged 2 years ; 

Jean Louis, aged 5 months. 

In live stock they have two cows, one calf and two fowls. 

They have their portions of the dwelling place of Magdelaine Poitevin, wido«r 
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Le Sr. Claude Antoine Daplessis, surgeon, native of Saint Quentin, in Picardie, 

Aged 43 jears, and has been years in the country. Married to Catherine Le- 

jeone, native of TAcadie, aged 49 years. 

They have three children — one son and two daughters : — 

Fran<^i8 Marin, aged 3 years ; 

Nastaziey aged 15 years ; 

Marie Louise, aged 13 years. 

Louis LaBauve, orphan, native of the east coast of TAcadie, aged 12 years. 

In stock they have one mare, one cow, one calf and six fowls. 

Their dwelling is situated at Havre Saint- Pierre, He Saint Jean. They 
acid it by virtue of an application they presented to Monsieur Prevost in 1750, 
vtich said application would have been sealed up among the papers of Monsieur De- 
(Mtins after his death. 

Claude Chatel, fisherman, native of Saint-Michel des Loups in Lower Normandy, 
r«bopric of Avranche, aged 38 years, he has been in the country 18 years. The 
did Chatel is not married. 

He has in live stock two oxen, one cow, one calf, ten wethera and one sow. 

The land on which he is settled is situated on the before-mentioned harbour and he 
pvcbaaed it for the sum of 35 livres from Michael Duffaut, as it appears by the deed of 
uie made on the 17th day of May, 1743. He has made a clearing on it where he has 
vwn eleven bushels of wheat and a bushel and a quarter of peas, and has fallow land 
teskies sufficient for the sowing of eight bushels more. 

Jacques Montaury, fisherman and ploughman, native Havre Saint-Pierre on Isle 
Bcyale, aged 31 years, he has been in the country 25 years. Married to Magdelaine 
(^idmioe, native of TAcadie, aged 31 years. 

They have four chUdren — three sons and one daughter : — 

Gr^goire Montaury, aged 5 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, aged 3 years ; 

Joseph, aged one year ; 

Marie Rose, aged 6 years. 

Their live stock consists of the following : eight oxen, three cows, two calves, five 
f»«, seven pigs, five geese, six fowls and twelve chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the aforesaid harbour of Saint 
Pierre ol the He Saint Jean and they hold it in half shares with Mathieu Glain of 
Einere de Peugiguit. 

The said Montaury has another piece of land at the place called les Etangs, where 
tbfj have made a clearing and have sowed there eight bushels of wheat and four bushels 
i pcM, and still have fallow land sufficient for the sowing of twelve bushels of grain. 

Genevieve Poitevin, widow of David Despoy^ poor, native of TAcadie, aged 36 
T«n, left with six children, four sons and two daughters : — 

Jean Fran^b, aged 11 years. 

Charles, aged 9 years. 

Jean, aged 6 years. 

Ruffin, aged 2 years. 

Marie Madelaine, aged 13 years. 

AppoUine, aged 5 years. 

In live stock, she haa two ewes, one heifer and two fowls. 

The land in which she is settled is situated at the harbour of Saint- Pier re, on the 
Ue SaintrJean and is hers by succession. 

She enjoys another piece of land situated at the place called les Etangs and which 

*M granted to her late husband by Messieurs de and Dubuisson. Dated 

Tbe said widow cannot seed her land owing to her great poverty. She had been in the 
wuntry about thirty years. 

L« Sr. Louis Anbin Lebufife, fisherman, native of Saint-Michel des Loups, in 
Normandy, aged 36 years, he has been 22 years in the country. Married to Anne 
Qnimine, native of TAcadie, ai^ed 30 years. 

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Modeste, aged 4 years. 

Marie Fran^oise, aged 30 months. 

In live stock, they have four oxen, three cows, two heifers, two calves, one mare 
with her colt, ten ewes, six pigs and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated in that part of the harbour of Saint- 
Pierre du Nord of the Isle Saint-Jean called le Nigeagant. They hold said land by 
purchase from Sr. Charles I-.eBuffe, brother of said Aubin, as appears by a deed sale made 
under date of 1749; signed Bernard, Notary Royal. 

A clearing has been made by them, on which they have sown eight bushels of 
wheat and they have fallow land besides for the sowing of sixteen bushels more. They 
hold another piece of land at les Etangs, where they have a clearing for the sowing ot 
thirty-two bushels. They have one boat and have lost one within the past few days^ 

They also have working for them three thirty-six-months men, all of them natives 
of Brittany. 

Also Margueritte Quimine sister and sister-in-law of Sr. Aubin and bis wife, 
native of I'Acadie, aged 16 years. 

Charles Fouquet, fisherman, native of Avranche in Normandy : aged 50 years, he 
has been in the country 30 years. Married to Marie Poitevin, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 37 years. 

They have nine children, ?ive sons and four daughters ; — 

Louis Fouquet, aged 24 years. 

Jean Aubin^ aged 22 years. 

Jean Martin, aged 1 4 years. 

Simon, aged 6 years. 

Charles, aged b months. 

Marie Fran<;oise, aged 16 years. 

Anne, aged 12 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged ^< years ; 

Fran(;oise, aged 4 years. 

In live stock they have the following : four oxen, three cows, two heifei*s, fou 
calve43, twelve wethers or ewes, seven pigs, one mare and her foal and fifteen fowU c 
chickens. 

They hold their land under grant made by Messieurs On it the 

have made a clearing where they have sown eight bushels of wheat and have fallol 
land for the sowing of another twenty-four bushels, none of which was seeded for la<i 
of grain. 

Le Sr. Franrois Douville, fisherman, navigator and ploughman, native of St. Deni 
Le Gatz, bishopric of Coutance in Normandy, aged 62 years, he has been in the count* 
35 years. Married to Dame Marie Rog^, native of La Rochelle, aged 42 years. 

They have four sons and three daughters : — 

Jacques, aged 24 years; 

Fran9ois, aged 1 7 years ; 

Philippe, aged 1 1 years ; 

Pierre, aged 9 years ; 

Fran9oise, aged 18 years ; 

Louise, aged 1 6 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 3 years. 

In live stock they have eight oxen, eight cows, four heifers, eight calves, one hor^ 
twenty-two ewes, nine pigs, four geese, fifty fowls or chickens and twenty turkeys 
young turkeys. 

The land where they are settled is situated at Nigeagant, on which they ha 
made a clearing and sown sixty bushels of wheat, where they have fallow land for 
much more. 

They have another piece of land, situated at the place called le fond des Etan| 
on which there is a flour mill. The said land where the flour mill is placed was gi\^ 
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The first-named land and that which is hereinafter described were given to them 
bv Messieurs de Pensens and Potier Dnbuisson, of which they have the grant dated 

The last-named piece of land belonging to them is situated at the place called la 
Pcdiite du Havre Saint-Pierre du Nord, where they have made a clearing for a garden, 
the remainder serving as a kind of beach for the cod fishery. They have a fishing 
bfttMa and two fishing boats. They have had a fire in which they lost all their effects 
i&d their house which were burnt. 

Le Sr. Louis Talbot, fisherman, native of Bar le Due, in Barrois, province of 
LofTuine, aged -^5, he has been in the country twenty years. Married to Fran9oise 

DonviUe, native of Havre Saint-Pierre du Nord on this Isle, aged 30 years. 

They have four sons : — 

Charles Louis, aged 9 years ; 

Joseph, aged 7 years ; 

Jean Francois, aged 4 years ; 

Francis, aged 7 months. 

In live stock they have eight oxen, four cows, two heifers, four calves, one horse, 
lixteen ewes, seven pigs, thirty-four geese, twelve turkeys and sixty fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated at the place called le Nigeagant, 
vliere they have a clearing for the sowing of forty bushels of grain which they have 
seded this year. They have two fishing boats. 

Jean Delaunois, fisherman and ploughman, native of the parish of Salnt-Quast, 
ix&lkopric of Saint Brieux, aged 50 years he has been in the country 28 years. Mar- 
ried to Marie Arcenaud, native of I'Acadie, aged 32 years. 

They have seven children, four sons and three daughters : — 

Hostache, aged 14 years ; 

Jacques, aged 12 years ; 

Paul, aged 6 years : 

Jean, aged 3 years ; 

Sozanne, aged 1 1 years ; 

Marie, aged 5 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged one year. 

In five stock they have four oxen, one cow, one heifer, two bulls, one calf, seven 
^«, six geese, twenty fowl or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the west side of the harbour aux 
HQrag^ and was given to them by grant from Messrs. de Pensens and Dubuisson, 
>«Dologated by Messieurs de Brouant and Le Normand, under date of the 20th of 
*tifte, 1736. It contains four arpents frontage by forty arpents in depth. On it they 
uve made a clearing where they have sown six bushels of wheat and they have fallow 
Attd besides sufficient for the sowing of another four bushels. 

Jacques Devaux, senior, fisherman and ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 50 
years, has been 28 years in the country. Married to Marie Potier, native of TAcadie, 
iged 50 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : 

Jean, aged 25 years ; 

Joseph, aged 22 yeai*s ; 

Marie, aged 18 years. 

Their live stock consists of six oxen, ^yq cows, two heifers, two bulls, three calves, 
twenty-eight wethers, twelve pigs and fifty fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the west side of the harbour aux 
lavages and was given to them by a grant from Messieurs de Pensens and Potier 
I>ubaidon, in 1736, and homologated by Messieurs de Brouillant and Le Normand. It 
l^iatains four arpents front by a depth of forty arpents. On it they have made a clear- 
iL^and sown twenty -four bushels of wheat, and they still have fallow land sufficient for 
•oring of fifty six bushels more. 

Jean Baptiste Duvivier, extremely poor, native of St. Michel des Loups, bishopric 
of Avranches, aged 50 years, he has been 29 years in the country. Married to Madelaine 
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They have six children, three eons and three daughters : — 

Pierre, aged 1 5 years ; 

Jaoques, aged 8 years ; 

Jean, aged 3 years ; 

Marie, aged 13 years ; 

Theotiste, aged 1 1 years ; 

Henriette, aged 5 year^*. 

They have in live stock six oxen, one cow, one calf, one horse, six ewes, six piga 
and three fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the west side of the harbour aux 
Sauvages, and was given to them by Messieurs de Pensens and Dubuisson in 1736, and 
homologated by Messieurs de Brouillant and Le Normand. On it they have made a 
clearing and sown three bushels of wheat and have fallow land in addition for the 
sowing of four bushels and a half. 

Jacques Devaux, ploughman, native of TAcidie, aged 26 years, he has been 24 
years in the country. Married to Madelaine Robichaud, native of TAcadie. 

They have two oxen, one cow, one calf, one ewe and one sow. 

The land on which*they are settled is situated on the west side of the harbour aux 
Sauvages, and they hold it only by verbal permission of Monsieur de Bonnaventure, 
They have made a clearing in which they can sow eight bushels. 

Christophe Potier, fisherman and ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years, 
he has been in the country 31 years. Married to Anne Boudrot, native of Port 
Toulouse, aged 29 years. 

They have five daughters : — 

Marie, aged 1 1 years ; 

Anne, aged 1 1 years ; 

Charlotte, aged 8 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 5 years 

Marie, aged 18 months. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows, two heifers, one bull, two calves, 
eight wethers, three pigs and ten fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the east side of the harbour aux 
Sauvages, and was given to them under a grant from Messieurs de Pensens and Potiec 
Dubuisson in 1736, and homologated by Messieurs de Brouillant and Le Norman t. It 
contains four arpents frontage by forty in depth On it they have made a clearing and 
sown ten bushels of wheat, and they also have land in fallow for the sowing of another 
six bushels. 

Julien Compagnon, fisherman and ploughman, native of the parish of Saint Michel 
des Loups, bishopric of Avranche in Normandy, aged 23 years, be has been in the 
country four years. Married to Grille Nivrat, native of I'Acadie, aged 39 years. 

They have six children : — 

Jean Poitier, aged 22 years ; 

Ghristophe, aged 18 years ; 

Louis, aged 16 years ; 

Henriette, aged 13 years; 

Suzanne, aged 5 years ; 

Marie Compagnon, aged one year. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows, two bulls, one heifer, one calf, six 
wethers, one mare, nine pigs and thirty fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled was granted to the late Louis Poitier, by 
Messieurs de Pensens and Dubuisson in 1736, and the grant was homologated bj 
Messieurs de Brouillant and Le Normant. On this land they have made a clearing 
and sown twelve bushels of wheat, and they have besides fallow land sufficient for the 
sowing of another twenty-eight bushels. 

Michel Ouvray, fisherman and ploughman, native of the parish of Vir, bishopric 
of Bayeux, aged 25 years, he has been in the country three years. Married to Elisa- 
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They have Jean Franqois, their son, aged 10 months. 

Their live stock consists of one cow, one calf, one pig and four fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the border of the pond de Saint 
Pierre. They have it by permission of Monsieur de Bonna venture. On it they have 
made a clearing and sown six bushels of wheat and a bushel of peas. 

Jean Quimine, fisherman and ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 23 years, he has 
been ten years in the country. Married to Magdelaine Terriaud, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 23 years. 

They have in live stock one cow, one pig and two geese. 

They have no dwelling yet and are living with Jacques Quimine, father of said 
Jean. 

Jacques Quimine, fisherman and ploughman, native of France, in feeble health, aged 
60 years. Married to Marie Chiasson, native of TAcadie, aged 58 years, they have been 
in the country ten years. 

They have four children, one son and three daughters : — 

Pierre Quimine, aged 26 years ; 

Judicth, aged 20 years ; 

Fran^bise, aged 18 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 14 years. 

Their live stock is as follows : four oxen, four cows, two calves, three heifers, four 
▼ethers, eight pigs, eight geese and eighteen fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated to the east of the pond of Saint 
Pierre, and was granted to them by Messieurs de Pensens and Dubuisson. On it they 
have sown nine bushels of wheat and four bushels of peas, and there remains a piece of 
fiOow land sufficient for the sowing of sixteen bushels. The said grant has been homo- 
logated by Messieurs de Brouillant and Le Normant. 

Marie Chiasson, widow of Joseph La Foresterie, native of I'Acadie, aged 60 years, 
and has been in the country thirty years. 

She has two sons : — 

Joseph, aged 22 rears ; 

Jean, aged 20 years. 

Their live stock is as follows : four oxen, four cows, four heifers, four calves, two 
bones, twenty wethers or ewes, five pigs, five turkeys and fifty fowls or chickens. 

The land on which she is settled is situated oi^ the nmd from Saint Pierre to 
the harbour aox Sauvages, and was granted to her by Messieurs Duchambon and 
Daboiason, and homologated by Messieurs de Brouillant and Le Normand. She has 
had a clearing made where she has sown thirteen bushels of wheat and one bushel of 
eati| and has still a piece of faUow land sufficient for the sowing of thirty-two bushels. 

Jean Amauld, fisherman and ploughman, native of Rochefort, aged 48 years, he 
bis been in the country 28 years. Married to Marie Poitier, native of TAcadie, aged 
32 years. 

They have seven children, one son and six daughters : — 

Jean Araauld, aged 13 years ; 

Marie, aged 18 years ; 

Roee, aged 16 years ; 

Colette, aged 13 years ; 

Veronique, aged 5 years ; 

Sevrienne, aged 3 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged five months. 

In live stock they have two oxen, three cows, one heifer, five wethers, three pigs 
and thirty fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the road from the harbour 
ol Saint Pierre to the harbour aux Sauvages, and was granted to them by 
Meniears de Pensens and Dubuisson, and contains four arpents frontage by forty in 
<fepih. On it they have made a clearing for the sowing of ten bushels. They have 
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Pierre Grossin, fisherman and ploughman, native of the parish of Carol 1p, bishopric 
of Avranche, aged 44 years, he has been in the country 25 years. Married to C^cille 
Caissy, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years. 

They have eight children, three sons and fiwQ daughters : — 

Michel Grossin, aged 18 years ; 

Jacques, aged 8 years ; 

Pierre, ag^ 7 years ; 

Grille, aged 15 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 14 years ; 

Anne, aged 12 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 6 years ; 

Rose, aged 3 years. 

Their live stock consists of two oxen, three cows, three bulls, two heifers, one calf 
one horse, eleven wethers, four pigs and three fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated at les Etangs, and was granted to 
them by Messieurs de Pensens and Dubuisson and homologated by Messieurs Duquewel 
and Bigot. It contains four arpents frontage by forty in depth. They have made on 
it a clearing for the sowing of forty-five bushels of seed, but they have only sown five 
bushels of wheat and eight bushels of peas. 

Francois Chiasson, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 60 years, he has been 25 
years in the country. Married to Anne Dousset, native of I'Acadie, aged 48 years. 

They have seven children, five sons and two daughters : — 

Jean Chiasson, aged 25 years ; 

Francois, aged 22 years ; 

Joseph, aged 19 years ; 

Lotiis, aged 13 years ; 

Crisost^me, aged 3 years ; 

Anne, aged 16 years ; 

Marie, aged 12 years. 

They have in live stock, six oxen, six cows, one bull, two heifers, five calves, twenty 
wethers, twelve pigs and twenty fowls or chickens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the west side of the harbour auz 
Sauvages, and was granted to them by Messieurs de Pensens and Dububson. They 
have made a clearing on it for the sowing of sixty-eight bushels, and have sown twenty- 
four bushels of wheat. 

Michel Grossin, fisherman and ploughman, native of Carolle, bishopric of Avranche, 
aged 47 years, he has been in the country 25 years. Married to Marie Caissy, native 
of I'Acadie, aged 44 yean». 

They have nine children, thre« sons and six daughters : — 

Jacques Grossin, aged 13 years ; 

Louis, aged 10 years ; 

Michel, aged 6 years ; / 

Marie Louise, aged 18 years ; 

Marie, aged 16 years ; 

Henriette, aged 7 years ; 

Brigitte, aged 4 years ; 

Franco! se, aged 3 years ; 

Marie Magdelaine, aged 6 months. 

They have in live stock two oxen, one cow, one calf, ten wethers, two pigs and six 
fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated to the south of the ponds of Saint 
Pierre. On it they have made a clearing for the sowing of thirty-two bushels, one part 
of which they have sown with eight bushels. 

Paul Caissy, bachelor, fisherman and ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 21 years 
has been three years in the country. 

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The land he occupies is situated to the south quarter south-west of the ponds of 
Saint Pierre. He acquired the said land for the sum of 100 livres from Christophle 
Delanne, his brother-in-law on the 15th of May in the present year. There is a clear- 
ing on it for the sowing of twenty-four bushels of grain, but none has been sown, he not 
hftTing any. 

Joseph Tudal, fisherman, native of Saint Malo, aged 40 ryears, he has been 21 
jears in the country. Married to Anne Lebauve, native of TAcadie, aged 42 years. 

They have five children, two sons and three daughters : — 

Joaeph Tuda], aged 13 years ; 

Francois, aged 2 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 1 1 years ; 

Pelagie, aged 7 years ; 

Louise, aged 5 years. 

The said Anne Lebauve has two sons with her of her first marriage : 

Jean Beurit, aged 22 years ; 

Pierre, aged 18 years. 

In live stock they have one cow and her calf. 

The land on which they are settled is situated at the harbour aux Sauvages, and 
vit given to them by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubui^fson. They have made a clear- 
ing on it for the sowing of fifteen bushels, but have sown nothing for want of seed. 

Jean Chainay, fisherman, native of TAcadie, aged 50 years, he has been in the 
ooontry 25 years. Married to Anne Potior, native of TAcadie, aged 40 years. 

They have five children, three sons and two daughters : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 22 years ; 

Joseph, aged 12 years \ 

Charles, aged 9 years ; 

Genevieve, aged 5 years ; 

Marie, aged 4 years. 

Their live stock consists of two oxen, two cows, two calves, twelve ewes and eight 

1^ 

The land on which they are settled is situated at the harbour aux Sauvages. 
lliey hold it under a grant from Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson. 

They have made a clearing on it for sowing thirty-two bushels of seed, but have 
lown none. 

Pierre Li v<ns, fisherman and ploughman, native of the parish of Dargues, bishopric 
ol Avrancbe, in Normandy, aged 30 years, of which he has been twelve in the country, 
vidower of the late Marie Daigre. 

He has Marie Anne Livois, his daughter, aged five months. 

In live stock he owns two oxen, two cows, one calf, and three fowls. 

The land on which he is settled is situated on the south side of the ponds of Saint 
Pierre. He acquired the land from Jouannis Laborde, and has sown on it five and a 
half bushels of wheat. 

We left the harbour of Saint Pierre on the 1 7th of August for Tracadie. The distance 
between the two harbours is four leagues. We did not come across anything worthy of 
remark with the exception of the harbour of au Sauvage, and the sand dunes that occur 
iU along the sea shore. On these dunes a considerable amount of hay is made, and 
behind Uiem extensive meadows could be made at but small outlay, if grants of small 
paroela of land were made to those who may need them. 

The harbour Au Sauvage lies on the north coast of the island and a league from 
Saint Pierre. It is suited to the pursuit of the cod fishing industry, but by boat only, and 
for the cultivation of the soil. It runs inland half a league to the south, afterwards divid- 
ing into two branches. The first branch runs south-south-east for a quarter of a league 
and then empties its waters into a stream by which a flour mill is run ; the other runs 
vettroorth-west for half a league. Several settlers are living on the banks ot this 
eeoond branch, and it is here that the finest wheat on the island is found. 

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Eight famlies are settled on the harbour of Tracadie, whilst two are settled at the 
JStang des Berges, three quarters of a league distant from Tracadie. 

It is like the harbour of Saint Pierre, suitable for the cod fishery, and the culti- 
"ration of the soil. The settlers who have established themselves here follow both 
industries with success. The entrance to the harbour is formed by a break in the chain 
of sand dunes, and lies east and west, the width being estimated at 200 to 250 toisee. 
In the middle of the entrances lies a channel, sixty fathoms in width running north- 
north-east by south-south-west, and having throughout its length a deposit of fifteen to 
sixteen feet of water at high tide. 

A bfiu* of sand lying partly across the outside of the entrance prevents the passage 
of vessels having a draft of more than eleven or t^^elve feet of water. The genend 
course of this bar is nearly east and west. 

The harbour is very capacious and runs inland for a distance of two leagues behind 
the dunes to the eastward, and a good league to the south, preserving the same width 
to its extreme limits. The inhabitants are settled on the west coast of the said harbour. 
The lands that have been improved by the settlers, are partly under seed this year, 
and, generally, the crops appear tX) be fair enough. The lands are covered w^ith all 
kinds of wood, whilst on the east-south-east and south-south-east the shores of the 
harbour contain plenty of pasture lands with a very good supply of grass, and it would 
be a very easy task, without incurring any great expenditure of labour to extend the 
meadows so that more settlers could be located. 

The moet convenient method, for securing the extension of these meadowlands Uiat 
could be adopted, would be to grant to each individual a portion of land sufficient for 
the keep of as many head of live stock as is necessary for the subsistence and require- 
ments of each family. When, in the course of time, the settlers wish to maintain the 
increase of their live stock, they will find themselves under the necessity of enlarging 
the area of their pasturage and therefore of clearing the adjoining land. In proportion 
as the settlers increase the number of their live stock, they will be forced to extend 
their pastureland. 

Census. 

Census of the settlers at Tracadie, in men, women, children, etc. 

Jacques Hach^ dit Galland, navigator and ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 40 
years, he has been in the country 16 years. Married ^to Marie Joseph Boudrot^ 
native of TAcadie, aged 32 years* 

They have seven children, four sons and three daughters : — 

Jacques Phillippe, aged 14 years. 

Joseph, aged 10 years. 

Charles, aged 8 years. 

Syprien, aged 4 years. 

Marie Jeanne^ aged 12 years. 

Marie, aged 5 years. 

Anne, aged 1 year. 

Their live stock consists of six oxen, one cow, five ewes, four pigs, five geeae and 
six fowls. 

The land that they occupy was given to them verbally by Messieurs Duchambon 
and Dubuisson, on it they have made a clearing for the sowing of twenty-four bushels 
of grain, and they have sown fifteen bushels of wheat, three bushels of peas and half 
a buRhel of oats. 

Charles Boudrot, ploughman and navigator, native of TAcadie, aged 40 years ; he 
has been in the country 39 years. Married to Marie Fougere, native of Port Toulouse, 
aged 29 years. 

They have four children, one son and three daughters : — 

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Th^otiste, aged 9 years, 

Marie, aged 5 years. 

In live stock, they have three oxen, four cows, six calves, two wethers, three ewes, 
three pigs and seven fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs 
Dachambon and Dubuisson. On it they have made a clearing on which they have 
«>im seven bushels and a half of wheat and one of peas. 

Pierre Boudrot, fisherman and ploughman, native of Port Toulouse, aged 30 years. 
Married to Cecille Vescot, native of TAcadie, aged 2 3 years. 

They have one son and one daughter. 

FoeUz Boudrot, aged 2 months ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 19 months. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs (le 
Ptesens and Dubuisson. On it they have made a clearing where they have sown ten 
«od a half bushels of wheat and three bushels and a half of peas, and they still have 
bUow land for the sowing of eight bushels more. 

Charles Bourg, fisherman and ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 58 years, he 
has been in the country 24 years. Married to Anne Boudrot, native of TAcadie, aged 
44 years. 

They have twelve children, seven sons and five daughters : — 

Charles, aged 25 years ; 

Pierre, aged 21 years ; 

Louis, aged 19 years ; 

Paul, aged 11 years ; 

Ange, aged 4 years ; 

Joeeph, aged 18 months ; 

Anne, aged 17 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 15 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 13 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 8 years ; 

Gertrude, aged 5 years. 

Their live stock consists of the following : four oxen, four cows, three heifers, two 
calves, eighteen ewes, nine pigs, seven geese, seven fowls ; together with one fishing 
•boat. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs de 
Pentens and Dubuisson. On it they have made a clearing where they have sown 
twenty-five bushels of wheat and five bushels of peas, and they have fallow land for the 
•owing of twenty bushels. 

Michel Bourg, fisherman and ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 60 years, and 
has be^i 24 years on the Isle. Married to Anne Boudrot, native of FAcadie, aged 50 
years. 

They have seven children, four sons and three daughters : — 

Michel, aged 30 years \ 

Joseph, aged 25 years ; 

Abraham, aged 23 years ; 

Pierre, aged 13 years ; 

Anne, aged 27 years ; 

Marie, aged 19 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 14 years. 

In live stock they have four oxen, four cows, three calves, eight ewes, fifteen pigs, 
two sows, seventeen fowls or chickens ; and one boat. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs de 
Peosens and Dubuisson. On it they have made a clearing for the sowing of sixty-four 
bushels of grain, they have sown one half of this quantity. 

Francois Boudrot dit Manne, ploughman and fisherman, native of FAcadie, aged 
61 years, he has been 25 years in the country. Married to Jeanne Landry, native c 
FAouiie. 

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They have six children, three sons and three daughters : — 

Joseph, aged 29 years ; 

Charles, aged 18 years ; 

Frangois, aged 8 years ; 

Judich, aged 20 years ; 

Louise, aged 16 years ; 

Elisabeth, aged 10 years. 

In live stock they have four oxen, four cows, three heifers, one mare, twenty ewes^ 
twenty-seven fowls ; and one fishing boat. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs de 
Pensens and Dubuisson. On it they have made a clearing for the sowing of eighty-nix 
bushels of seed, and this year they have sown thirty-two bushels of wheat and six 
bushels of peas. 

Louis Belliveaux, navigator and ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 44 years, he 
has been 23 years in the country. Married to Louise Hach^ native of TAcadie, aged 
36 years. 

They have six children, three sons and three daughters : — 

Jean, aged 16 years ; 

Joseph, aged 10 years; 

Athanase, aged 5 years ; 

Louise F^licit^, aged 14 years ; 

Anne, aged 12 years ; 

Marie, aged 3 years ; 

In live stock they have four oxen, four' cows, two heifers, four wethers, one cal^ 
six ewes, two sows, ten pigs and two fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs de 
Pensens and Dubuisson. They have made a clearing on it for the sowing of fifty bush- 
els of seed, and have sown twenty-five bushels of wheat and five bushels of peas. 

Claude Boudrot, fisherman and ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 50 years, he 
has been in the country 31 years. Married to Judich Belliveaux, native of rAcadie^ 
aged 46 years. 

They have six children, three sons and three daughters : — 

Claude, aged 20 years ; 

Michel, aged 17 years ; 

Pierre, aged 8 years ; 

Marie, aged 16 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 14 years ; 

Louise, aged 1 1 years ; 

They have the following live stock : three oxen, three cows, one bull, three calves^ 
one mare, four pigs, one sow, five fowls and one boat. 

The land ori which they are settled was given to them verbally by Messieurs de 
Pensens and Dubuisson. On it they have made a clearing on which they have sown 
twenty-two bushels of wheat, two bushels of barley and four bushels of peas. 

CENSUS. 

Census of the settlers at Etang des Berges, in men, women, children, <fec. 

Joseph Boudrot, fiisherman and ploughman, native of Cap Breton, aged 33 ye&rs^ 
he who has been in the country two years. Married to Margueritte Chiasson, native 
of TAcadie, aged 25 years. 

They have one daughter, Marie Boudrot, agea 2 years. 

Their live stock consists of one ox, two cows, one heifer, three pigs, two hens, 
together with one boat. iS,3J 

The land on which they are settled is situated at the Etang des Berges, and was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of six bushels of grain. 

Jacques Chiasson, fisherman and ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 69 years, he 
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They have seven sons and two daughters : 

Pierre, aged 27 years. 

Paul, aged 25 years. 

Jacqaes, aged 23 years. 

Michel, aged 21 years. 

Joseph aged 15 years. 

Jean, aged 12 years. 

Ami^id, aged 7 years. 

Magdelaine, aged 18 years. 

Elizabeth, aged 14 years. 

Marie Joseph Hebert, native of FAoadie, aged 6 years. 

In live stock they have ten oxen, nine cows, seven calves, one mare, nine pigs and 
iifteen fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated at the Etang des Berges and was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. 

We left Tracadie and took our way for Macpec. An houi after starting we found 
oamlves crossing the harbour of the petit Racica (Racicot). The entrance to the har- 
bour lies north-north-east and south-south-west, and is only navigable by boats, and 
eroi then only at high tide, and in fine weather. The lands surrounding the harbour 
ATS covered with all kinds of hard wood fit for use in the construction of schooners, 
bateaux and boats ; whilst the soil is good in quality and fit for cultivation. 

About six o'clock in the evening whilst passinjr the harbour of the Grand Racico 
in a strong wind we were forced to put into port there. This harbour lies on the north 
coast eight leagues from Saint-Pierre. We found that the entrance to the harbour lies 
norUi-east and south-west, tbat it is about one hundred toises in width and that it is 
only accessible to vessels of 30 to 40 tons burden. Inside the entrance the harbour di- 
vides into two arms. One runs inland three leagues to the east-south-east towards 
Petit Racicot. 

The depth of the water has not been ascertained. The other runs half a league to 
the south-west and in it vessels anchor ordinarily in three to four fathoms of water 
whilst two rivers empty into this arm, the one in the centre and the other at the 
extremity. 

Both these rivers take their rise three or four leagues inland to the west-north-wes^ 
Their currents are rapid throughout and they are well fitted for the construction of 
flour and saw mills, especially as the surroundings of the harbour and of these rivers 
are full of all kinds of timber suitable for every description of building purpose. 

We left this harbour on the 23rd but a contrary wind blowing from the north- 
north-weet compelled us to take to rowing, and the wind growing stronger we had to 
put into port in the little harbour. 

This harbour is situated similarly to the others on the north coast. It is eleven 
leagues from Saint Pierre and three leagues from the east entrance to the harbour of 
Macpec. 

We found that its entrance lay north-north-east and south- south-west, with a 
breadth of 100 to 150 toises. A channel flowing in the centre is 30 to 40 toises in 
width with a depth of 10 to 11 feet of water at high tide. 

We also found that formerly certain persons had prosecuted the fishing industry 
here by means of vessels. 

The harbour is formed something like the gulf of a river, and so penetrates inland 
to the south-south-west for a distance of a league. 

There are two rivers on the west side of said harbour. They take their rise in 
the interior to the west-south-west, and they resemble the foreging rivers in character, 
fitted for the same purposes, and possessed of the same facilities. 

The wind having veered to the south-west, we resumed our journey, and finally 
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SKETCH OF THR HARBOUB OF MACPEC. 

The harbour of Macpec lies on t^he north coast, at a distance of sixteen leagaes^ 
from the harbour of Saiut-Pierre. 

Thirty-two families who follow the cultivation^f the soil as a means of livelihood, are 
settled there. The karhour is also suitable for the prosecution of the cod fishery, and 
it is certain that too much encouragement to engage in the industry cannot be given 
to the settlers, especially as the conditions of the locality itself invite them to do 
so. The situation is one of the best adapted on the Island to the drying of codfish, 
owing to several small islands that lie directly in front of the harbour, and which 
give certainty of no lack of fresh air, whilst they also add to the security of the 
harbour. 

We found that the harbour of Macpec has four distinct entrances. The first 
lies eaist and west, being formed by the south-west point of the mainland of Isle 
Saint- Jean, and the north-east point of the small isle at the eastern entrance. The 
distance between these points is estimated at 800 toises. They lie north-east and 
south-west, and between them there is a quarter of a league in which vessels draw- 
ing twelve or thirteen feet of water can tack, there being usually about three fathoms 
of water throughout the entrance at low tide. 

The second entrance lies north-north-east, and south -south-west. It is formed by 
the west-north-west point of the aforesaid island at the eastern entrance, and the east- 
south-eastern point of the isle at the north-western entrance. This entrance is con- 
sidered to be wider throughout its whole length than the former, with the difference, 
however, that the channel in this entrance is estimated to have a width of only 300 
toises, in which there are from five to six fathoms of water at low tide, and six to 
seven at high tide. Only these two entrances are navigable for vessels of any kind. 
As regards the other two they are accessible by boats only. 

THE ISLANDS WHICH LIB IN THE MIDDLE OF THE HARBOUR. 

The Isle des Sauvages lying in the harbour of Macpec is half a league from the eas^ 
and north-west entrances. Its position greatly facilitates the entrance of vessels int^ 
the harbour, as well as contributes to their finding safe anchorage in good water. In 
order to secure this when vessels at tiea have reached a point at which they can take 
one or the other of the two entrances already mentioned, they have only to steer dir- 
ectly for the cape on He aux Sauvages, in order to be always certain that they are in 
the middle of the channels, for both channels run together from a distance from three 
to four hundred toises outside the two entrances to where they meet again some ^y^ 
hundred or six hundred fathoms from He aux Sauvages. After that point vessels can 
approach the land to the west as closely as they deem convenient, according to their 
draft, and anchor wherever they wish, there being a depth of six to seven fathoms of 
water throughout the harbour. 

To the west-south-west of the He aux Sauvages lies a second isle which had been 
granted to the late Monsieur Courtin, Priest and Missionary to the Indians, from which 
fact it bears the name of He k Monsieur Courtin. It lies about eight hundred toises 
distant from the other island and to the west-north-west. Its circumference is esti- 
mated at one league, with a diameter of eight hundred toises. The lands are high and 
wooded with all sorts of hard timber, such as maples, red maples, black birch, oak, <fec., 
but not much oak. 

One sees at a glance that the harbour of Macpec is shut in by an island that lies dir- 
ectly facing the entrance, and which adds at once to its value as a harbour, and to the 
security of the shipping. As already stated the throe entrances that the sea has made 
into three different parts of the island have subdivided it into three, that form with the 
two extremities of the harbour the four entrances that were referred to already. 

There is yet another reason, and a better, for concluding that the currents of water 
caused by the rising and falling of the tide are very strong throughout the whole of the 
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daring a hnricane, the said dunes were broken through, and the strength of the our- 
rsnts of water has prevented their becoming re-united since. 

It is estimated that from the north-west point of the eastern entrance to the point 
vest of the western entrance is a distance of two leagues and a half, running east-south- 
etst and west-north-west, together making the length of the isles and entrances to the 
harbour of Macpec. Then, from the entrances on the east and noith-west to the further 
end of the bay, the distance is put at two leagues, in which vessels of 100 to 150 tons 
harden can make the passage, afterwards the harbour divides into two arms. One arm 
runs to the south-south east about one league, at the extremity of which a small stream 
tbae rises about half a league inland to the south, empties itself. The second arm runs 
inland three leagues to the west-south-west and is navigable by small vessels for two 
leagues. 

From the west point of the harbour, a species of canal or river runs north-west to 
the harbour of Cachechampec, and is practicable only by boats. Notwithstanding that 
the distance between the two harbours is six leagues, there is inland communication be- 
tween all parts of the two harbours. 

The lands in the neighbourhood of the harbour of Macpec are superior in quality* to 
those of St. Pierre and Riviere du Nord-Est, and even to all those we have visited 
op to the present time. Nevertheless those who have settled here have not been able 
to seed their lands this year, but it must be taken into consideration that this was due 
to the bad seasons, from which the unfortunate settlers have suffered, during three con- 
secutive years. The first year the trouble was caused by field mice. These animals re- 
semble in appearance those found in the rural districts of France, especially in 
Quunpagne, where during the fall, they store up, at a depth of two or three feet in the 
earth, grain for their comfortable subsistence, and then go to sleep for six months of the 
year. It is only in this foresight that the field mice of this country do not resemble 
those of the old land, for here, after they have devoured everything that they can find 
to their taste in the country, they throw themselves into the water where they are 
drowned in such prodigious numbers that their bodies form a kind of dam to the waters, 
hj which they are carried down and accumulate, so that the shores of the lakes, rivers, 
creeks and streams are filled with them. A prejudiced, ignorant and vulgar people did 
not long hesitate in ascribing the coming of this plague to some evil spirit working 
against the island. Suspicion fell on a man named St. Germain dit P^rigord. This 
sosptcion coming to the knowledge of the Indians, they took the man P^rigord, put him 
to death and buried him on the Isle of the Comte Saint Pierre, which lies to larboard 
u you enter Port la Joye. 

The second bad season was caused by innumerable legions of locusts of a prodigious 
nz& They were of so voracious a species that they ravaged all the growing grain, 
vegetables and even the grass and the buds on the trees. 

The last year the wheat crop was totally scalded. These are the events of those 
three years of anguish, that have reduced these poor settlers to the depths of poverty, 
80 that for at least six months the greater number amongst them had not even bread to 
eiit, but subsisted on the shell fish they gathered on the shores of the harbour when the 
tide was out. It is certain that unless the King makes them a gratuity, or a loan of 
seed grain, to seed their land this coming spring, the settlers will be under the 
bitter necessity of abandoning the district, if they would escape death from hunger, as 
they have no other source of livelihood. 

The condition to which the settlers on the harbour of Macpec have been actually 
reduced, demonstrates that it is an important and absolute necessity, that they should be 
permitted and encouraged to pursue the cod fishing industry. There has for a long 
time been a mistaken belief, founded on a lack of experience of the conditions, that the 
settlers who follow the fisheries, neglect the cultivation of the soil. The harbours of 
SainV Pierre and of TAcadie are a certain proof in evidence to the contrary. Witness 
the extensive clearings which the settlers have made in those places, and I venture to 
affirm that the fishery is an incontestable means of promoting the culture of the soil, 
because it enables settlers to employ domestics, and to raise cattle and live stock for 
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would accure to the settlers, for it can be stated as a certain fact verified by ezperienoe 
that if ever again the people suffer such hardship, as are said to return every ten years, 
in the form of a plague of locusts, followed the ensuring year, when beech nuts are 
plentiful, by one of field mice, they will be enabled to support the losses these animals 
occasion there, by means of the proceeds of the fisheries. 

On the shore of the harbour of Maopec, a vein of clay has been discovered on land 
belonging to one Ambroise Barnab^. This clay is proved to be of the quality required 
for making bricks, being rich, soft, loamy and tree from stones. A peck has been placed 
on board a vessel commanded by Jueeph Boudrot, together with a log of cedar, to be 
carried to Louisbourg, to the address of Monsieur Pichon, secretary to Mon^^ieur le 
Oomte de Raymond. 

The timber in the environs of the harbour of Macpec as well as of its rivers may be 
described as very fine, and in a general way as including well-nigh all the kinds found 
in this part of the island such as pine, spruce, maple, red maple, black birch, beech, ash, 
oak, white birch, cedar, <Scc. 

Between the harbour of Cascampec, situated on the north coast, six leagues from 
Macpec and seven leagues from Pointe du Quest and Grand Ance, situated on the south 

side of the Isle Saint-Jean at a distance of leagues from Pointe du Quest and 

leagues from the harbour of Bedec, is a great cedar grove which is estimated to be 
two to three leagues in circumference and in which there are cedars of four feet in 
diameter and two toises and a half in circumference. 

Census. 

Census of the settlers at Macpec in men, women and children. 

Joseph Arceneau, ploughman and navigator, native of TAcadie, aged 35 years, and 
has been twenty-three years in the country. Married to Margueritte Boudrot, native 
of Port Toulouse, aged 29 years. 

They have five chrildren, four sons and one daughter : — 

Pierre Arcenaud, aged 10 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 8 years ; 

Cyprien, aged 6 years ; 

Joseph, aged 4 years ; 

Anne, aged 15 months. 

Antoine Arcenaud, native of I'Acadie, aged 30 years, his brother lives with them. 

They have in live stock, two oxen, one cow, four ewes, one wether, three pigs six 
fowls, together with one bateau. 

The land on which they are settled was granted to them by Messieurs Duchambon 
and Dubuisson, under date the fifth of September, 1742. Qn it they have made a clear- 
ins^ and sown twelve bushels of wheat and two bushels of peas and still have fallow land 
sufficient for the sowing of twenty-five bushels. 

Abraham Arcenaud, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 34 years, he has been 
in the country 23 years. Married to Marguerite Mirat, native of TAcadie, aged 30 
years. 

They have three sons and two daughters : — 

Joseph, aged 9 years ; 

Pierre, aged 4 years ; 

Jean, aged 4 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 7 years ; 

Rosalie, aged 2 years. 

In live stock they have four oxen, two cows, one calf, three wethers, three ewes, 
four pigs and four fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was granted to them by Messieurs Duchambon 
and Dubuisson. They have made a clearing on it and sown twelve bushels of wheat, 
"ue bushel of barley and one bushel of peas, and have fallow land for the sowing of 
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Jalieo DeBroches, ploughman, native of the parish of CaroUe, bishopric of Avranche 
inNonnandj, aged 35 years, he has been 21 years in the country. MiCrried to Marie 
Aroenaiid, native of F Aoadie, aged 27 years. 

They have three sons : — 

Jnlien, aged 7 years ; 

Fdix, aged 5 years ; 

Joseph aged 2 years. 

In live stock they have one ox, one cow, six wethers, ten ewes and one fowl. 

They hold the land under a grant given by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson, 
md homologated by Messieurs the Governor and the Intendant-Commissary of He 
Royale. Oh it they have made a clearing and sown four bushels of wheat and have fal- 
iov kod for the sowing of f.welve bushels. 

Liais Ddsrjohes, fish^rmm and ploughman, native of the same place as his brother 
«bo?e described, aged 40 years. Married to Marguerite Arcenaud, native of TAcadie, 
A^ 10 years. 

They have eight children, three sues and five daughters : — 

Eustache, aged 16 years ; 

Alexandre, aged 1 2 years ; 

Joseph, aged 9 years ; 

Rosalie, i^;ed 20 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 14 years ; 

Marie Anne, aged 10 years ; 

Henriette, aged 5 years ; 

Anne, aged 2 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one cow, one calf, two wethers, ten ewes and four 

They hold their land under a grant from Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson, 
lad homologated by Messieurs the Governor and Intendant-Commissary of He Royale, 
^ from whom they have only a certificate. 

On said land they have made a clearing and sown two bushels of wheat and have 
^ilow laud for the sowing of twenty-one bushels. 

Jean Arcenaud, son of Jacques, native of TAcadie, aged 23 years, ploughman, he 
b«a been eleven years in the country. Married to Magdelaine Boudrot, native of Port 
Todooae, a^red 25 years. 

They have Joseph, their son, aged one year. 

In live stock they have one ox, two cows, one wether, one ewe, two pigs, one 
low. 

They hold their land upon verbal permission from Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On 
it they have made a clearing in which they have sown six bushels of wheat, one half 
boshei of oats and one bushel of peas. 

Alexis Dugats, smith and ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 45 years, he has 
b«en in the country one year. Married to Marie Bourg, native of TAcadie, aged 42 

They have nine children, five sons and four daughters : — 

Pierre, aged 20 years ; 

Jean, aged 15 years ; 

Mathurin, aged 12 years ; 

Regis, aged 5 years ; 

Cyprien, aged 3 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 18 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 14 years ; 

Victoire, aged 10 years ; 

Marie, aged one year. 

In live stock they have four oxen, two cows, two calves, one heifer, one wether, 
ooe ewe and one pig. 

They hold their land upon verbal permission from Monsieur de Bonnaventure, but 
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Marguerite Riohard, widow of the late Claude Arcenand, native of TAcadie, aged 
45 years, she has been 15 years in the country. 

She has nine children — four sons and five daughters : — 

Claude Arcenaud, eldest son, ag6d 24 years ; 

Paul, aged 20 years ; 

Ambroise, aged 14 years; 

Joseph, aged 11 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 21 years ; 

Anne, aged 18 years ; 

Judich, aged 16 years ; 

Rose, aged 9 years ; 

Anastazie, aged 7 years. 

She has in live stock, seven oxen, three cowp, four heifers, one horse, seven wethers, 
eight ewes, two sows, one pig and one hen. 

They hold their land under a grant given by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson 
under date the 6th September, 1742, and homologated. On it they have made a clear- 
ing and sown nineteen bushels of wheat, one bushel of barley, three bushels of oats, one 
bushel of peas and have fallow land sufficient for the sowing of thirty-two bushels. 

Pierre Arcenaud, son of Jacques, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years, he 
has been 1 1 years in the country. Married to Magdelaine Landry, native of I'Acadie, 
aged 25 years. 

They have Marie Arceneau, their daughter, aged one year. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one wether and two ewes. 

They hold their land under a grant from Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson. 
On it they have made a clearing and sown six bushels of wheat, and three bushels of 
peas. They have no fallow land. 

Pierre Arceneau, widower, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 52 ye^rs, he has 
been 21 years in the country. 

He has seven children, four sons and three daughters : 

Pierre, aged 24 years ; 

Claude, aged 21 years ; . 

Fran^oise, aged 17 years ; 

Louis, aged 14 years ; 

Margueiite, aged 15 years ; 

Anne, aged 11 years ; 

Henriette, aged 9 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, four heifers, three wethers, two ewes and one sow. 

They bold their land under a grant made to them by Messieurs Duchamboa and 
Dubuisson. On it they have made a clearing for the sowing of about fifty bushels of 
wheat, and have sown nothing this year, they not having the seed. 

Pierre Poirier, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 42 years, he has been in the 
country 1 1 years. Married to Louise Caissy, native of T Acaidie, aged 35 years. 

They have eight children, three sons and five daughters : 

Pierre, aged 18 years ; 

Fran9oi8, aged 1 2 years ; 

Joseph Isidore, aged 6 years ; 

Marie, aged 15 years ; 

Appollinne, aged 10 years; 

Magdelaine, aged 8 years ; 

Anne, aged 4 years ; 

Marie Modeste, aged 15 months ; 

In live stock they have four oxen, four ewes, two calves, thirteen ewes, one sow, 
four pigs and eight fowls. 

They hold their land upon verbal permission from Messieurs Duchambon and Du- 
buisson. On it they have made a clearing and sown fourteen bushels of wheat, two bushels 
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HoDor^ Commeau, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 37 years, he has been in 
tiie ooontry 1 1 years. Married to Marguerite Poirier, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years. 

They have six children, one son and five daughters : 

Joseph, aged 4 years ; 

Marie, aged 15 years ; 

Rose, aged 13 years ; 

Anne, aged 10 yearz ; 

Monique, aged 7 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 18 months. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows, three calves, eight wethers, two ewes 
lodaix pigs. 

They hold their land under grant made by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson, 
oader date the 6th of September, 1742, and homologated by Messieurs the Governor 
ind the Intendant Commissary of He Royale. On it they have made a clearing and 
9ovn ten bushels and a half of wheat and five bushels and a half of peas, and have 
fdlow land for the sowing of eight bushels. 

Alexandre Richard, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 57 years, he has been in 
Uiecoantry 11 years. Married to Magdelaine Thibaudeau, native of I'Acadie, aged 47 
jears. 

They have three sons and three daughters : — 

Jean Richard, aged 15 years; 

Joseph, aged 1 1 years ; 

Victor, aged 5 years ; 

Anne, aged 17 years ; 

Catherine, ^;ed 13 ypars; 

Jeanne Rosallye, aged 9 years. 

In live stock they have four oxen, two cows, one heifer, six ewes, four pigs, seven- 
ta geese, twenty hens. 

They hold their land upon verbal permission from Messieurs Duchambon and Du- 
MsBon. On it they have made a clearing where they have sown ten bushels and a half 
of wheat, and three bushels of peas, and have fallow land for the sowing of twenty bushels. 

Ambroise Barnab^, widower, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 49 years, he has 
been in the country ten years. 

He has seven sons and two daughters : — 

Ambroise, aged 18 years ; 

Joseph, aged 16 years ; 

Michel, aged 14 years; 

Pierre, aged 12 years ; 

Jean, aged 10 years ; 

Francois, aged 6 years ; 

Paul, aged 4 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 19 years; 

Marie, aged 8 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one cow, one heifer, one wether, seven ewes and 
fits pigs. 

He holds his land under a grant made by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson 

■nder date the , 1742, and homologated by Messieurs the Governor and the 

Intoidant Commissary of He Royale. He has made a clearing on it, and sown sixteen 
Wwls of wheat, one bushel of oats, one bushel of peas, and has ploughed land sufficient 
fer the sowing of thirty-two bushels besides. 

Paul Daigre, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 29 years, he has been in this 
wintry iw6 years. Married to Marie Hebert, native of TAcadie, aged 22 years. 

They have two daughters : — 
Marie, aged 4 years ; 
Agnes, aged 18 months. 

In live stock they have two oxen, three cows, one bull, two calves, one horse, seven 
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They hold their land upon verbal permission from Monsieur de Bonnaventure. 

They have sown eight bushels on a neighboring piece of ground, but have made no 
clearing of their own beyond cutting a little wood. 

Jean Oommeaux, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 32 years, he has been in 
the country 2 years. Married to Marie Henry, native of TAcadie, aged 29 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : 

Jean Baptiste, aged 7 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 2 years. 

In live stock they have three oxen, one cow, one calf, two ewes and one sow. 

They hold their land under a grant made by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuissoo, 

under date of 1742, and homologated by Messieurs the Governor and the 

Intendant Commissary of He Royale. On it they have made a clearing and sown nine 
bushels of wheat and have fallow land for the sowing of three bushels. 

Michel Richard, ploughman, native of TAoadie, aged 20 years, he haa been in the 
country 1 1 years. Married to Marie Dugast, native of TAcadie, aged — years. 

They have no children yet 

In live stock they have one cow and her calf and two ewes. 

They hold their land under verbal permission from Monsieur de Bonnaventure, 
but ha\e not yet made any clearing, being newly settled on it. 

Pierre Richard, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 22 years, he has been in the 
country 11 years. Married to Margueritte Dugast, native of TAoadie, aged 17 years. 

They have no children, being only recently married. 

In live stock they have one cow and her calf. 

They hold their land under verbal permission from Monsieur de Bonnaventure. 
They have made no clearing. 

Fran9ois Blanchard dit Oentilhomme, native of Saint-Marc de Blanc, in Brittany 
aged 66 years, he has been in the country 40 years of which he passed 15 at Macpec, 
widower. 

He has seven children, two sons and five daughters : — 

Frani^is, aged 14 years; 

Jean, aged 10 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 20 years ; 

Catherine, aged 17 years and 6 months ; 

Cecille, aged 12 years ; 

Rosallie, aged 8 years ; 

Agathe, aged 6 years. 

In live stock they have four oxen, one cow, two heifers, one calf, thirteen ewes, 
two pigs and two sows. 

They hold this land under a grant made by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson. 
For lack of seed they have sown none of their land this year, but they have fallow land 
for the sowing of twenty-four bushels. 

i^i;;^; Abraham Arcenaud dit le petit Abraham, native of I'Acadie, aged 50 years, he 
has been in the country 1 1 years, ploughman. Married to Marie Joseph Savoye, aged 
42 years. 

They have ten children, five sons and five daughters : 

Jean Baptiste, aged 16 years ; 

Jacques, aged 12 years; 

Joseph, aged 8 years ; 

Hilarion, aged 4 years ; 

Baptiste, aged 2 years ; 

Anne, aged 20 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 18 years ; 

Anne Anastasie, aged 14 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 10 years. 

Martine, aged 6 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows, two calves, five wethers, eight owes 
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The land on whioh they are settled is situated to the west of the harbour of 
MacpeCy and was given to them by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson. On it 
thej ha?e oiade a clearing where they can sow thirty-two bushels of wheat. They 
have sown only six bushels and a half of wheat, having no more seed. 

Qiarles Arceneau, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 50 years, he has been in 
tbe ooontry 24 years. Married to Cecille Brand, native of TAcadie, aged 48 years. 

They have four sons and one daughter : 

Charles, aged 21 years; 

Claade, aged 16 years ; 

Joseph, aged 14 years ; 

Horbain, aged 12 years; 

Aazide, aged years. 

They ha^e in live stock two oxen, three cows, three calves, one horse, three 
Tethers, twelve ewes, one sow, ten pigs and six hens. 

The land on which they are settled is situated to the west of the said harbour 
aad was given to them by Messieurs de Pensens and Dubuisson. On it they have 
Bide a clearing and sown forty bushels of wheat and one bushel of peas, and they 
flkiO have remaining fallow land sufficient for the sowing of forty-eight bushels that 
thej were unable to sow for want of seed. 

Joseph Boudrot, ploughman and navigator, native of Port Toulouse, aged 35 years. 
Married to Roee Arcenaud, native TAcadie, aged 30 years. 

They have six children, two sons and four daughters : — 

Joseph Boudrot, aged 8 years ; 

Charles, aged 5 years ; 

Marie, aged 6 years ; 

Amie, aged 4 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 2 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 3 months. 

They have in live stock three oxen, one cow and her calf, five ewes, three pigs and 
owhen. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was 
pven to them by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson. They have made a clearing 
OS it where they have sown four bushels of wheat and have fallow land sufficient for 
the lowing of twelve bushela 

Marie Poirier, widow of Jacques Arcenaud, native of TAcadie, aged 50 years. 

She has two sons : — 

Alexander, aged 20 years ; 

P^ul, aged 15 years. . 

In live stock they have four oxen, three cows, one heifer, one calf, three wethers, 
t^ pigs and three hens. 

T^ land on which they are settled is situated up the Riviere du Oueat, and had 
^ granted to the late Jacques Arcenaud by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson. 
Aej have made a clearing on it where they have sown ten bushels of wheat, two 
IxtthelB of peas and one bushel of barley, and they have fallow land for the sowing of 
twenty bushels. 

Jean Arcenaud, son of Charles, ploughman, native of Macpec, aged 23 years. 
Msrried to Magdelaine Boudrot, native of Port Toulouse, aged 22 years. 

They have Andre Arecnaud, their son, aged 8 months. 

And in live stock two oxen, one cow, two ewes and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 
Bonnaventure in 1751. On it they have made a clearing where they have sown seven 
Wiela of wheat. 

Pierre Arcenaud, ploughman, native of Maopec, aged 23 years. Married to Judich 
^^oodrot, native of Port Toulouse, aged 20 year j. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one cow, one heifer, five ewes, three pigs and two 
fowla. 

The land on which they are settled is the same as that of Jean Arcenaud, his twin 
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Jean Baptiste Hent, native of Isle d'Orl^ans, parish of Saint Jean, bishopric of 
Quebec, aged 19 years, he has only been one year in the country. Married to Th^r^ 
Aroenaud, native of Macpec, aged 20 years. The whole of their live stock consists of 
one heifer, three ewes and three fowls. 

They are settled on the land of Pierre Aroenaud, his wife's father. 

Paul Richard, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 27 years, he has been 1 1 years 
in the country. Married to Herre Boudrot, native of Port Toulouse, aged 23 years. 

They have two sons and one daughter : 

Joseph, aged 5 years ; 

Charles, aged one year ; 

Marie, aged two months. 

In live stock they have one ox, two cows, two calves and five ewes. 

The land on which they are settled was giveu to them verbally by Monsieur de 
Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for the sowing of two bushels of 
wheat. 

Fran9ois Doucet, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 58 years, he has been in the 
country 11 years. Married to Marie Lapierre, ^native of FAcadie, aged 45 years. 

They have eight children, four sons and four daughters : 

Michel, aged 17 years; 

Cristophle, aged 9 years ; 

Jean, aged 8 years ; 

Marin, aged 3 years ; 

Margueritte, aged 22 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged 16 years; 

Fran^oise, aged 1 2 years ; 

Annies, aged 5 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one cow, one calf, two wethers, five ewes and 
three pigs. 

The land they occupy was given to them by Messieurs Duchambon and Dubuisson. 
On it they have m&de a clearing where they have sown twelve bushels of wheat and 
still have remaining follow land sufficient for the sowing of fourteen bushels. 

Charles Doucet, fisherman and ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 30 years, he 
has been id the country 1 1 years. Married to Jeanne Boudrot> native of Traciwlie, aged 
22 years. 

They have two daughters : 

Anne, aged 4 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 2 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one cow, one calf, four ewes and five pigs. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them by Messieurs Duchambon 
and Dubuisson. On it they have made a clearing and sown ten bushels of wheat and 
one bushel-anda-half of peas, and still have remaining fallow land for the sowing of 
eight bushels. 

Jacques Arceneaux, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 30 years, he has been 10 

years in the country. Married to Marie Joseph , native of the same place, 

aged 20 years. 

They have three daughters : 

Rose, aged 3 years ; 

Euphrozine, aged 4 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 2 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows, one bull, two ewes and six fowls. 
• The land on which they are settled was given to them by Messieurs Duchambon 
and Dubuisson. On it they have made a clearing where they have sown eight bushels 
of wheat. 

Louis Giroir, ploughman, native of FAcadie, aged 36 years, he has been two 
years in the country. Married to Marie Thibaudeau, native of FAcadie, aged 28 years 

They have six children, three sons and three daughters : 

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Fiimain, aged 3 years ; 

diaries, aged 8 months ; 

Mai^erite, aged 15 years ; 

Anne Theodose, aged 13 years; 

Marie Joeeph, aged 6 years. 

They have one pig for the whole of their live stock. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north shore of Riviere de 
Maq)6e. They have only had it since the 25th of July last, and have made a clearing 
of about one arpent. 

Joeeph LeBlanc, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 34 ^ears, he has been in the 
eoontry one year. Married to Magdelaine Giroir, native of TAcadie, aged 33 years. 

They have six children, two sons and four daughters : 

Baalle, aged 11 years; 

Joseph, aged 9 years ; 

Marie, aged 7 years ; 

Elizabeth, aged 5 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 3 years ; 

Magdelaine, aged 8 months. 

They have no live stock. 

The land on which they are settled since last autumn, is situated as in the preceding 
cttt. On it they have made a clearing of about two arpents in extent. 

Joseph Arceneau, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 27 years, he has been in 
tlttooontry 15 years. Married to Anne Doucet, native of TAoadie, aged 27 years. 

They have Anne, their daughter, aged 18 months. 

Their live stock consists of five oxen, two cows, two calves, six ewes, one wether, 
hf ]»g8, two geese and twelve fowls. 

The land on which they are settled was granted to them by Messiers Duchambon 
ftod Dnbuisson. They have made a clearing on it where they have sown fifteen bushels 
ofvheat and two bushels of peas, and have fallow land for the sowing of fifteen 
boihels. 

We left the harbour of Macpec in a canoe, crossed the three leagues of the bay and 
(iisefflbarked on a small stream. This streamlet, which is of little account, is mainta'n- 
^ bj the filtration of the waters from the surrounding lands which are peaty and 
BAnhy. From the banks of this stream a road was taken running one league to the 
KQtlt It is practicable for carts which can cross from one bay to the other. The lands 
ve covered with all kinds of different woods, but the predominant is the hemlock. 

THE HARBOUR OP BBDEa 

The harbour of Bedec is settled by eight families, and is situated on the south side 
^ tbe Isle Saint^ean, sixteen leagues distant from Pointe la Joye, and eight from 
B4je Yerte. The lands around the said harbour are good for cultivation, and the 
wei of the harbour abound in pasturage. 

The entrance is formed by the point of the Isle de Bedec lying on the east and by 
^ point to the west-north-west lying on the west. They lie eastnsouth-east and west- 
i^-west, and are three quarters of a league apart. The channel lies north-east and 
xmth-west and is estimated at a quarter of a league in width, with four to five fathoms 
^ vater at low tide. After doubling tbe Isle de Bedec the harbour is found to be 
*>'Yided in two parts, one running to the north-east for about one league and a half ; and 
^ other three quarters of a league to the south-east. Vessels can anchor on either the 
<^ or the other, in a depth of four, five or six fathoms of water at low tide, but for 
^ greatest safety it is necessary to anchor in the southeast branch which is generally 
^dtered from all windi 

Census. 

Census of the settlers at Bedec, in men, women, children, <&c. 

Jean Robichaud dit Cadet, ploughman, native of lAcadie, aged 59 years and a 
^ be has been in the country 14 months. Married to Marie Leger, native of I'Ac- 
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They have seven children — five sons and two daughters : — 
Joseph, aged 34 years. 
Jean, aged 31 years ; 
Ren^, aged 26 years ; 
Pierre, aged 22 years ; 
Fran9oij«, aged 18 years ; 
Marie Joseph, aged 16 years ; 
Anne, aged 13 years. 

Ren^ Blanchard, orphan, native of TAcadie, aged 5 years. 

In live stock they haye four oxen, nine cows, one heifer, four calves, one bull, one 
wether, two ewes and five pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north shore of Riviere de 

Bedecq. On it they have made a clearing where they can sow sixteen bushels of wheat. 

Jacque;s Guedry dit Grivoye, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 28 years, he 

has been in the country 1 4 months. Married to Brigitte Le Jeune, native of I'Acadie, 

aged 34 years. 

They have three daughters : 
Marie Joseph, aged 6 years ; 
Victoire, aged 4 years ; 
Marie, aged 2 years. 

In live stock they have one cow, one heifer and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as isx the preceding case, and was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing and on it 
a large garden. 

Alexis Terriaud, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 26 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Magdeleine Robichaud, native of TAcadie, aged 26 
years. 

They have three children, two sons and one daughter : — 
Pierre Alexis, aged 3 years ; 
Louis, aged 17 months ; 
Magdeleine Genevieve, aged 4 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows, one calf, one horse and four pigs. 
The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made no clearing having 
been constantly ill. 

Joseph Terriaud dit le Bonhomme, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 24 years, 
be has been in the country 13 months. Married to Marie Joseph Pitre, native of 
PAcadie, aged 21 years. 
They have one son : — 
Pierre Paul, aged 7 months. 

In live stock they possess two oxen, one cow, one horse, one wether and one pig. 
mi- . i-_ J ^j^ which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case, and was given 
y by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a clearing where 
w three bushels next spring. 

with them Paul Pitre, their brother, native of TAcadie, aged 10 years. 
3une, senior, ploughman, nafive of TAcadie, aged 70 years, he has been 
bwo years. Married to Jeanne 3enoist, native of TAcadie, aged 60 years. 
one son and one daughter : — 
ed 2 1 yeare ; 
3, aged 24 years. 

ck they have three oxen, one cow, and two pigs. 

n which they are settled is situated on the, soufih shore of Riviere de 
as given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they 
taring for the sowing of four bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 
Jeune, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 32 years, he has been in 
months. Married to Marie Le Blanc, native of TAcadie, aged 34 years, 
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David, aged 7 years ; 

Enaelme, aged 6 years ; 

Anne, aged 3 years ; 

Marie Blanche, aged 8 months. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one cow, two pigs and one hen. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the south shore of Riviere de 
Bedecq. They hold it verbally from Monsieur de Bonnaventare. On it they have 
made a clearing where they can sow four bushels of wheat. 

Jean Fraiquingout, ploughman, native of Plouanne, bishopric of Saint Malo, aged 
37 years, he has been in the country two years. Married to Anne Lejeune, native of 
1 Acadie, aged 35 years. 

They have one son and two daughters : — 

Joseph, aged 7 years ; 

V^ronique, aged 5 years ; » 

Anne Marie, aged 6 months. 

In live stock they have one pig, having lost all besides, daring the past winter. 

They hold their land verbally from Monsieur de Bonnaventure, and have made a 
clearing for the sowing of three bushels of wheat. 

Augustin Le Jeune, ploughman, native of T Acadie, aged 26 years, he has been 21 
iBODths in the country. Married to Marie Joseph Chenois, native of 1' Acadie, aged 27 
yean. 

They have one daughter : — 

Marie Joseph, aged one year. 

They have no live stock. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding case. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for sowing three bushels of wheat. 

Crnsus. 

Census of the settlers at La Traverse, in men, women, children, kc. 

Pierre Blanchard, senior, ploughman, native of T Acadie, aged 60 years, he has been 
in the country one year. Married to Fran9oise Brand, native of TAcadie, aged 59 years. 

They have three sons and one daughter : — 

Jean Baptiste, aged 22 years ; 

Joseph, aged 19 years; 

Charles, aged 16 years; 

Marie Mi^elaine, aged 25 years. 

In live stock they have six oxen, two cows, one calf, three pigs and one horse. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north-west bank of Riviere de 
la Traverse. It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they 
had made a clearing and out of that a large garden. 

Pierre Blanchard, junior, ploughman, native of P Acadie, aged 31 years, he has been 
in the country one year. Married to Marie Hebert, native of T Acadie, aged 25 years. 

They have one son : — 

Jean Pierre, aged 20 months. 

In live stock they have one ox, one cow and three pigs. 

The land on which they are pettled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
toUiem verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing and 
oat of that a garden. 

Jean Baptiste Boudrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 70 years, he has been 
in the country one year. Married to Louise Saunier, native of T Acadie, aged 58 years. 

They have three children, one son and two daughters : 

Honor^, aged 24 years ; 

Anastarie, aged 19 years ; 

Marie Magdelaine, aged 16 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, two cows, one calf and two pigs. 

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The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have a clearing on which 
they have made a garden. 

Zacharie Boudrot, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 31 years, he has been one 
year in the country. Married to Margueritte Daigre, native of I'Acadie, aged 24 years. 

They have one son and one daughter : — 

Paul, aged one year ; 

Marie, aged 3 years. 

Margueritte Boudrot, orphan, native of TAcadie, aged 10 years, lives with them. 

In live stock they have four oxen, three cows, three calves, one horse and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure and on it they have made a garden. 

Antoine Boudrot, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 35 years, he has been one 
year in the country. Married to Brigitte Apart, native of I'Acadie, agf d 25 years. 

They have one son : 

Jean Baptiste, aged 4 years. 

Alexis Apart, infirm, brother of the said Brigitte,-nativeof I'Acadie, aged 27 years, 
lives with them. 

In live stock they have two heifers, one horse and one pig. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north-west shore of Riviere de 
la Traverse. It was ^ven to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure, and on it 
they have made a garden. 

We left Riviere de la Traverse on the Slst of August and took the route for 
Riviere des Blonds, following the coast all the way to the mouth of Riviere des 
Blonds. It is estimated that from the mouth of one river to that of the other is three 
leagues. In this distance nothing remarkable was met with. The lands are covered 
with all kinds of mixed timber. 

Riviere des Blonds runs four leagues into the land to the north. Families are 
settled on both sides of the river, and at a league from its entrance the lands that have 
been cleared promise well and the rest are covered with all descriptions of wood fit 
for construction purposes. There is a great deal of grass on the banks of the said river, 
which is navigable only by boat. 

Census. 

Census of the settlers at Riviere des Blonds in men, women, children, etc. 

Fran9ois Reneauld, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 25 years, he has been 21 
months in the country. Married to Fran^oise Commeau, native of I'Acadie, aged 30 
years. 

They have three daughters : — 

Marie Tompic, aged 15 years, daughter of a previous marriage of said Commeau ; 

Theotiste Reneau, aged 20 months ; 

Rose, aged 5 months. 

In live stock they have two cows, two <».lves, three pigs and one hen. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the north-west shore of the said river. 
It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made a 
clearing on it for the sowing of two bushels in the coming spring. 

Pierre Robichaud dit Cadet, ploughman, native of I'Acadie, aged 45 years, he has 
been 21 months in the country. Married to Suzanne Brasseau, native of I'Acadie, aged 
45 years. 

'fhey have eight children, three sons and five daughters : — 

Pierre, aged 15 years ; 

Olivier, aged 10 years ; 

Phirmain Foelix, aged 19 months ; 

Suzanne, aged 19 years ; 

Marie Rose, aged 16 years ; 

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Asastasie, aged 8 years ; 

Marie Joseph la Blanche, aged 3 years. 

In live stock they have one ox, one bull, two cows, two heifers, four pigs and four 
fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonna venture. . On it they have made a clearing for 
tlie sowing of six bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Alexandre Bourg, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 43 years, he has been in 
the country 21 months. Married to Ursulle Hubert, native of TAcadie, aged 36 
jears. 

They have six children, three sons and three daughters : — 

Joseph, aged 16 years ; 

Raymond, aged 6 years ; 

Or^ire, aged 30 months ; 

Marie Magdelaine, aged 14 years ; 

Anne Ma^uerite, aged 10 years ; 

Anne Radegonde, aged 8 years. 

In live stock, they have two oxen, one cow, two heifers, one calf and five pigs. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 
Boima?entare. It is situated on the east bank of said river. They have made a clear- 
ing for the sowing of six bushels of grain in the coming spring. 

Fran90i8 Bourg, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 35 years, he has been in the 
coontry one year. Married to Marguerite Hubert, native of TAcadie, aged 38 years. 

They have five children, two sons and three daughters : — 

Charles, aged 12 years ; 

Jean, aged 10 years ; 

Fran9oise, aged 6 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 4 years ; 

Marie, aged one year. 

In live stock, they have two oxen, one cow, one heifer and four pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the east bank of Riviere des 
Blonds. It was given to them verbally by Monsieur le Bonnaventure. They have 
made a clearing on it for the sowing of six bushels of wheat. 

Jean Bourg, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 45 years, he has been in the 
country one year. Married to Marie Pitre, native of TAcadie, aged 46 years. 

They have five children, three sons and two daughters : — 

Jean, aged ] 7 years ; 

Francis, aged 14 years ; 

Charles, aged 6 years ; 

Margaerite, aged 18 years ; 

Marie, aged 8 years. 

In live stock they have three oxen, one cow, three heifers and five pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It was given 
to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing for 
the sowing of six bushels of wheat in the coming spring. 

Census. 

Census of the settlers at the Riviere au Crapeau, in men, women, children, etc. 

Louis Bourg, ploughman, native of Port Royal, in TAcadie, aged 65 years, he has 
been 22 months in th ^ country. Married to Cecille Michel, native of FAcadie, aged 58 
years. 

They have seven children, three sons and four daughters : — 

£u£tocbe, aged 30 years ; 

I^mis, aged 22 years ; 

Charles, aged 15 years ; 

Marguerite, aged 25 years ; 

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Elizabeth, aged 24 years ; 

Marie Magdelaine, aged 19 years j 

Anne Joseph, aged 8 years. 

In live stock they have two oxen, four cows, one calf, foar pigs and ten fowls. 

The land on which they are settled is situated on the east bank of the said river. 
It was given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. They have made & 
clearing on it for the sowing of four bushels of wheat 

Jean Baptiste Bourg, ploughman, native of Acadie, aged 29 years he has been 2^ 
months in the country. Marrieid to Fran^pise Douaron, native of TAcadie. 

They have one son : 

Jean Gasimir, aged 7 months. 

In live stock they have two cows and two pigs. 

The land on which they are settled is situated as in the preceding cases. It waa 
given to them verbally by Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing 
for the sowing of four bushels of wheat. 

Census. 

Census of the settlers on the Anse du Nord-Ouest) in men, women and children. 

Frangois Nogues, ploughman, native of the parish of Piriac, bishopric of Nantes, 
aged 50 years, he has been in the country two years. Married to Magdelaine Doufrron, 
native of TAcadie, aged 47 years. 

They have two sons and four daughters : 

Fran9ois, aged 15 years ; 

Fran9ois Joseph, aged 10 years ; 

Marquerite, aged 22 years ; 

Catherine Joseph, aged 19 years ; 

Anne Th^otiste, aged 1 2 years ; 

Marie Magdelaine, aged 6 years ; 

Marie Trahant, their mother, aged 80 years lives with them. 

In live stock they have two oxen, three cows, two heifers, one calf one wether, one 
ewe, two pigs, one sow and one hen. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur De 
Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing where they can sow five bushels of 
wheat 

Mathieu Brasseux, ploughman, native of TAcadie, aged 50 years, he has been in 
the country two years. Married to Anne Marie Pitre, native of TAcadie, aged 45 
years. 

They have eleven children, five sons and six daughters : 

Pierre, aged 21 years ; 

Fran9ois, aged 15 years ; 

Mathurin, aged 13 years ; 

Fran9ois Xavier, aged 1 1 years ; 

Jean Baptiste, i^^ ^ years ; 

Anthiotiste, aged 24 months ; 

Marguerite Joseph, aged 19 years ; 

Brigitte, aged 17 years ; 

Elizabeth Gertrude, ageid 7 years ; 

Marie Joseph, aged, 4 years ; 

Pellagie, aged 2 months. 

In live stock they have two oxen, one heifer, two wethers, six ewes, two pigs and 
one hen. 

The land on which they are settled was given to them verbally by Monsieur de 
Bonnaventure. On it they have made a clearing where they have sown six bushels of 
wheat. 

Jean Baptiste Godet, ploughman, always ill, and poor, native of TAcadie, aged 50 
years, he has been two years in the country. Married to Marie Joseph Darois, native 
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Tbej have six children, two sons and foar daughters : 
Joseph Ignasse, aged 9 years. 
Paul Marie, aged 3 years. 
Msrgaerite, aged 21 years. 
Anne Joseph, aged 18 years. 
Marie Blanche, aged 16 years. 
Marie Magdelaine, aged II years. 

In live stock they have one ox, two cows, one calf, one sow, four pigs, and one hen. 
They hold their land as in the preceding case. They have made a clearing where 
^ can sow two bushels of wheat. 

Census. 

Census of the settlers on the Anse aux Sanglier, in men, women, children, <&c. 

Fran9ois Tureaud, poor, nailer, not having the means of buying the requisites to 
vork at his trade native of the parish of Saint Pierre du Doy, in Enjou, aged 24 
yom, be has been two years in the country. Married to Catherine Douaron, native 
cf I'Acadie, aged 35 years. 

They have four children, three sons and one daughter : 

Annadet, aged 9 years. 

Jean Baptiste, aged 7 years. * 

Francois, aged 3 years. 

Marie Joseph, aged 11 years. 

In live stock they have one pig and twelve fowls or chickens. 

They hold their land upon verbal permission from Monsieur de Bonnaventure. On 
it thej have made a clearing for a large garden. 

Michel Join, extremely poor, ploughman and formerly a soldier, native of the town 
^Sunt Maslo in Britany, aged 46 ; he has been in the country 22 months. Married 
to Marie Imp^risse, native of Port Royal, Acadia, aged 46 years. 

They have no issue of that marriage. 

Marie Marthe Andr^, widow, daughter by a previous marriage of the said, Marie 
laperiase, aged 20 years ; and 

Fran9oi8 Marie Leochis, son of the said Marthe, aged five months, lives with them. 
11»y have no live stock. 

They hold their land upon verbal permission from Monsieur de Bonnaventure and 
<A it have made a large garden. 



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AMn, Dame Marie, widow, Riviere du Nord Est, 

page 88. 
Amiot, Noel, Bay de TArdoise, p. 13. 
.\ac8 a la Pointe Prime, p. 76. 
Ance i Pinet, p. 122. 
Aace Daramboure, p. 64. 
Aace de Belief euUle, o. 66. 
Anoe da Havre ii Matbieu, p. 126. 
Aaoe aux Cannes, p. 67. 
Andre, Mane Marthe, widow, Anae aux Sangliers, 

pi 166. 
Aase au Comte Saint-Pierre, p. 107. 
Awe aa aJatelost, p. 108. 
AiMe aox Sanglier, p. 165. 
Aa§e de la Bonlloti^rre, p. 119. 
Auk do Nord-Ouest, p. 164. 
Apart, Alexia, La Traverse, p. 162. 
Apart, Jean, Ance h Pinet, jp. 123. 
Aroemand, Jean. Pointe Pnme, p. 121. 
Anement, dande, Pointe Prime, p. 122. 
.4roenati, Charles, Macpec, p. 157. 
Aieenaad, Abraham, Macpec, p. 152-156. 
Arccnaod, Jean, Macpec, p. 153-157. 
Arnanld, Jean, St. -Pierre du Nord, p. 143. 
.Iroeneau, Joseph, Macpec, p. 152-159. 
Aiccnaod, Pierre, Macpec, p. 154-157. 
Aiteneau, Vincent, Port Toulouse, p. 21. 
Ajoeneaax, Jacques, Macpec, p. 158. 
.\iHe, Jacques, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 41. 
Aocoin, Ren^ Ance h Pinet, p. 125. 
.ioooui, Michel, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 101. 
Aocoin, MicbeL Riviere du Nord Est, p. 86. 
Aoootn, Paul, Riviere du Nord Est, p. 86. 
Aoooin, Pierre, Anae au Matelost, p. 110. 

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Baloj. Jean,. Petit Demt, page 30. 

Bancbois de Bellefeuille, p. 7. 

Buicboia de Catalogue, p. 58. 

Bancbois de Mordienne, p. 67. 

Bancbois de U Grande Framboise, p. 8. 

Bancboti de 1* Petite Framboise, p. 8. 

Bsncbois de Maroocbe, p. 7. 

Bancbois des Sept Islots, p. 14. 

Bwbeau, Georges, St. Esprit, p. 9. 

Bsricau, Jacques, Isles Madame, p. .27. 

Baoab^ Ambroise, Macpec. p. 155. 

Barriao, Antotne, Riv. du Moulins k Scie, p. 103. 

Birriaa, Antoine^sr.^ Riv. du Moulins k Scie, p. 104. 

Barriaod, Jean, Bivi^re du Moulins k Scie, p. 104. 

Barriaud, Pierre, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 102. 

Beaodreao, Anne, widow. Port Toulouse, p. 18. 

Bsodry, Jeanne, widow. Bay of Gabarus, p. 6. 

Bay de P Ardoiae, p. 11. 

Bsye de llndienne, p. 52. 

BayedeMir^p.57. 

Bsye de Mordienne, p. 66, 

Bsyedes Espagnolsip. 45. 

Besulieu, Jean, St. Esprit, d. 11. 

Besolieu, Louis, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 130. 

BeUiveao, Louih, Tracadie, p. 148. 

Benet, Joseph, Port la Joye, p. 78. 

Benjamin, Paul, Baye des £spagnols, p. 51. 

Benobt, Abraham, Ance au Matelost, p. 113. 



Benoist, Augustin, Baye des Espagnols, p. 48. 
Benoist, Charles, Ance au Matelost, p. 112. 
Benoist, Charles, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 40. 
Benoist, Claude, Ance au Matelost, p. 113. 
Benoist, Guillaurae, Riviere aux Habitants, p. 35. 
Benoist, Jean, Baye des Espagnols, p. 49. 
Benoist, Jean, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 38. 
Benoist, le Sieur Guillaume, Isle Brul^, p. 34. 
Benoist, Paul, Grande Ascension, p. 118. 
Benoist, Paul, jr^ Grande Ascension, p. 118. 
Benoist, Pierre, Baye des Espagnols, p. 49. 
Benoit, Olive, rointe k la Jeunesse, p. 40. 
Beriot, Nicholas, Port Toulouse, p. 15. 
Berloin, Suzanne, widow, St. Pierre du Nord, p 134. 
Bernard, Jean, Isles Madame, p. 24. 
Bernard, le Sieur Louis, 8t. Pierre du Nord, p. 136. 
Bernard, Pierre, Isles Madame, p. 23. 
Berteau dit Lyon., Antoine, Petit Brasd'Or, p. 44. 
Beurrier, Guillaume, Ance Darambourg. p. 6i5. 
BiUard dit hi Valleur. Sim. , St. P're du Nord, p. 136. 
Billerois, Joseph, Anse au Matetost, p. 109. 
Blanchard, Anselme. St. Esprit, p. if. 
Blanchard dit Gentiloomme, Franc., Macpec, p. 156. 
Blanchard, Jean, Riviere du Nora Est, p. 85. 
Blanchard, Pierre, junior. La Traverse, p. 161. 
Blanchard, Pierre, senior. La Traverse, p. 161. 
Boisseau, Pierre, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 101. 
Boisseau, St. Pierre, road to Mir^, p. 4. 
Bonin, Greorge, St. Esprit, p. 10. 
Bonin, Mathurin, Riviere de Mir^, p. 62. 
Bonne, Piwre, p. 4. 

Bonnier, Pierre, junior, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 133. 
Bonni^re, Pierre, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 133. 
Bonni^re. Fran9oi8, St. Esprit, p. 11. 
Borgne, Marie, Ance Darambourg, p. 65. 
Bomy, Bar.ile, Petite Bras d'Or, p. 44. 
Bouchard, Nicholas. Riviere du Nord Est, p.. 92. 
Boucher, Honor^ Port Toulouse, p. 17. 
Bouget, Jean, Isles Madame, p. 25. 
Boudreau, see also Boudrot. 
Boudreau, Michel, Port Toulouse, p. 17. 
Boudrot, see also Boudreau. 
Boudrot, Joseph, La Briquerie, p. 22. 
Boudrot, Pierre, Li^ Briouerie, p. 22. 
Boudrot, Antoine, Granae Anse, p. 115. 
Boudrot, Antoine, La Traverse, p. 162. 
Boudrot, Bazille, St. Pierre du Nord, p 136. 
Boudrot, Charles, Riviere du Moulins a Scie, p. 106. 
Boudrot, Charles, Tracadie, p. 146. 
Boudrot, Charles, Anoe k Pinet, p. 122. 
Boudrot, Claude/Tracadie, p. 148. 
Boudrot, Denis, Kivi^re du Nord-Efit, p. 85. 
Boudrot, Enselme, Riviere du Nord- Est, p. 84. 
Boudrot dit Manne, Fran9ois, Tracadie, p. 147. 
Boudrot, Jean, Port Toulouse, p. 20. 
Boudrot, Jean Baptiste, La Traverse, p. 161. 
Boudrot, Joseph, Etang des Berges, p. 1 18. 
Boudrot, Joseph, Macpec, p. 157. 
Boudrot, Mane, widow, Riviere du Nord Est, p. 85. 
Boudrot, Olivier, Ance k Pinet, p. 122. 
Boudrot, Paul, Riviere du Moulins k Scie^ p. 102. 
Boudrot, Pierre, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 103. 
Boudrot, Pierre, Tracadie, p. 147. 
Boudrot, Victor, Grand Anse, p. 116. 
Boudrot, Zacharie, La Traverse, p. 162. 
Boulin, Antoine, Baye des Espagnols, p. 47. 
Bourg, Alexandre, Riviere des Blonds, p. 163. 
Bourg, Charles, Riviere du Ouest, p. 79. 



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Bourg, Charles, Tracadie, p. 147. 

Bourg, Francois, Riviere deB Blonds, p. 163. 

Bourg, Jean, Pointe k la Jeuneese, p. 88. 

Bourg, Jean, Riviere des Blonds, p. 168. 

Bourg, Jean, Riviere du Quest, p. 79. 

Bourg, Jean Baptiste, RiW^re au Crapeau, p. 164. 

Bourg, Joseph, Kivi^re du Nord Est, p. 86. 

Bourg, Louis, Rivi^ au Crapeau, p. 168. 

Bourg, Michel, Tracadie, p. 147. 

Bourg, Pierre, Pointe k la Jeuneese, p. 39. 

Bourgeois, Honor^Rividre du Nord tlst, p. 94. 

Boumeuf, Julien, Kivi^ de Mir^, p. 61 . 

Boumeuf, Sebastien, Riviere de Mire, p. 6L 

Boutin, Jean, senior, Baye des Espagnols, i*. 47. 

Boutin, Joseph, Baye des Espagnols, p. 47. 

Boutin, Paul, Baye des Espagnols, p. 47. 

Boutteau, Jean, Bte, Port Toulouse, p. 21. 

Boy, Jean, Port Toulouse, p. 16. 

Boy, Pierre, Bay de rArdoise,'p. 12. , 

Boy, Pierre, Port Toulouse, p. 18. 

Bras d'Or, p. 36. 

Brasseux, Mathieu^ anse du Nord-Ouest, p. 164. 

Brau, Antoine, Pomte k la Jeunesse, p. 39. 

Brau, Pieire, Pointe ^ la Jeuneese, p. 39. 

Braud, Joseph, Riviere du Quest, p. 79. 

Breaud, Alexis, Grande Anse, p. 116. 

Brisset, Gervais, Baye de TAraoise, page 12. 

Brisson, Pierre, Baye de I'Ardoise, p. 18. 

Broussard dit Courtiche, Paul, Riviere du Nord Est, 

p. 88. 
Bugeauld, Allain,Ri vi^ du Moulins k Scie, p. 100. 
Bugeaud, le Sieur Amand, Riv. du Nord Est p. 87. 
Biigeaud, le Sieur Amand, Junior, Riviere du Nord 

Est p. 88. 
Bussac, Remy, Menadon, p. 67. 



Caissy, Michel, Riv. du Moulins k Scie, page 101. 

Caissy, Paul, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 144. 

Camus, Jean Nicholas, Laurembec, p. 72. 

Canoean, p. 13. 

Cap ^ David, p. 126. 

CapXGros N6, p. 27. 

CapilaRonde, p. 27. 

CapAlaSoury. p. 126. 

Cap Charbon, p. 62. 

Cap Dauphin, p. 41 . 

CapdeFer,p. 28 

Cap de rArdoise, p. 13. 

Cap de Menadon, p. 67. 

Cap de Mjrdienne, p. 67. 

Cap du N^rd, p. 62. 

Cap de Portanove, p. 62. • 

Cap du Table, p. 62. 

Cap Mordienne, p. 66. 

Cap Perc^ p 64. 

Cardet, Pierre, Petit Degras, p. 31. 

Caret, Ignaoe, Pointe k la Jeunense, p. 88. 

Carret, Pierre, Grande Ascension, p. 118. 

Chabot, Fran9oiB, Riviere de Mire, p. 61. 

Chainay, Jean, "St. Pierre du Nord, p. 145. 

Chapin, Jean, Rivi6re de Mir^ p. 62. 

Chatel, Claude, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 189. 

Chauvel, Alexandre, Grande Anse, p. 116. 

Chauvin. Geoivr>s, lAureubec, p. 73. 

Chenel, Marie Jos., widow, St. Pierre du N.,p. 137 

Chiasson, Fran9ois, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 144. 

Chiasson, Jacc^ues, Etang des Berges, p. 148. 

Chiasson, Mane, widow, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 148 

Chemin, Jacques, Riviere de Mire, p. 62. 

Clement Fran9ois, Anse au Matelost, p. 109. 

Clement, Jean, St. Esprit, p. 10. 

Clerget, Claude. Port Toulouse, p. 18. 

Closquinet dit Desmoulins, •Louis, Kivi^re de Pen- 

giguit, p. 96. 
Closquinet, Pierre, Riviere de Pengiguit, p. 96. 



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Com mean, Honor^ Macpec, p. 166. 
Commeaux, Jean, Macpec, p. 166. 
Co*nmere, Servant, Baye des Espagnols, p. 49. 
Commere dit Lachapelle, Thomas, Baye dee Es- 
pagnols, p. 49. 
Compagnon, Julien, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 142. 
Cormorandiere, p.^ 6. 
Coste, Jacques, Port Toulouse, p. 17. 
Coste, Jean, Bay de I'Ardoise, p. 13. 
Coste Madeleine, widow. Bay de TArdoise, p. 12. 
Coste, Sieur Fran9ois, Bay de TArdoise, pp. 11, 12. 
Coumeau, Jean, Isles Madamee, p. 26. 
Courtian, le Sieur, Port Dauphin^ p. 42. 
Ccurtian, Pierre, Bivi^re de Mire, p. 61. 
( 'ousin, .lean, Baye des Espagnol", p. 45. 
Couzin. Jacques, Laurenbec, p. 72. 
Creek a Desooust, p. 27. 
Creek aux Navires, p. 29. 
Creek de la Choui, p. 11. 



Daguearet, Le Sieur, Havre de la Baleine, p. 10. 
Da^erre, Jean, Petit Deffrat, p. 31. 
Daigre, Abraham, Havre la Fortune, p. 128. 
Daigre, Alexander, Riviere du Nora, p. 84. 
Daigre, Alexis, Pointe au Brulleau, p. 119. 
Daigre, Amand, Riviere du-Nord, p. 84. 
Daigre, Fran9ois, Pointe au Brulleau, p. 119. 
Daigre, Isidore, Riviere du Nord, Est, p. 86. 
Daigre, Jean, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 103. 
Daigre, Joseph, Anse au Matelost, p. 112. 
Daigre, Olivier, Grande Anse, p. 116. 
Daigre, Qlivier, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 106. 
Daigre, Paul, Macpec, p. 155. 
Daillebou, T. M., p. 6. 
Danicpia, Jean, Isles Madame, p. 26. 
Dantin, Louis, Port Toulouse, p. 17. 
Dauphin, Francois, Baye de 1 Indienne, p. 54. 
Dechery, See also Detchevery. 
Deohevery, Antoine, Pointe de I'Est, p. 129. 
Degouthie, M., Pointe de Dehors, p. 6. 
iWre Pierre^ Port Toulouse, p. 16. 
Delaborde, Sieur, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 184. 
Delanne, Christophle, Havre la Fortune, p. 126. 
DelaunoiB, Jean, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 141. 
Desohamps dit Cloche, Joseph, Anse au Comte 
Saint-Pierre, p. 108. 

Desmarets, Philippe, Port Dauphin, p. 42. 
Desroches, Antoine, Laurenbec, p. 71. 
Desroches, Fran9oise, widow, Laurenbec, p. 78. 
Desroches, Herbe, St. Esprit, p. 9. 
Desroches, .Tulien, Macpec, p. 1^3. 
Desroches, Louis, Macpec, p. 163. 
Desroches, Perrinej widow, Laurenbec, p. 71. 
Deveau, Michel, Riviere du Nord Est, p. 91. 
Devaux, Jacques, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 141-142. 
Deveaux, Pierre, Riviere du Nord Est, p. 91. 
Didion, M., Laurenbec, p. 72. 
Difiart, Georee, Petite Bras d'Qr. p. 48. 
Doiron, Charles, Isles Madame, p. 27. 
Douaron, Alexis, Grande Anse, p. 116. 
Douaron, Ambroise, Pointe Prime, p. 120. 
Douaron, Bennony, Riviere du Mouhnsk Scie, p. 101. 
Douaron, Charles, Pointe Prime, p. 121. 
Douaron, Charles, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 102. 
Douaron, Jean, Anse au Matelost, p. 109. 
Douaron, Jean, Grande Anse, p. 116. 
Douaron, Joseph, Pointe Prime, p. 120. 
Douaron, Noel, Pointe Prime, p. 120. 
Douaron, Paul, Pointe Prime, p. 121. 
Douaron dit le Gr. Paul, Paul, Riv. du N.K, p. 86. 
Douaron, Philippe, Anse au Matelost, p. 109. 
Douaron, Thomas, Riv. du Moulins k Scie, p. 101. 
Doucet, tee aUo Doussett. 

Douoet dit Justice, Augustin, Riv. du N. E.. p. 90. 
Doucet, Charles, Macpec, p. 158. 



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Dooeei, TTmnfoU, BiUopec, p. 158. 

Dfwilt, tee aUo Douoet. 

DmiiTt^ FTmii9oU, Riviere de Pengi^lt, p. 96. 

DoQTille, Sienr Fnn^oiB, Pte de St. Pierre, p. 183. 

DooTillcw Sieur Francois, St Pierre du N., p. 140. 

DiHoii, see also Dookron. 

Dovoa, HoQDor^ Riviere du Moulins&Soie, p. 106. 

Douon, Jean Bftptiste, Riv. du Moul. It Soie, p. 104 

Douon, Pedt Paul, Riv. du Moulins k Scie, p. 103. 

Dubardier* Jeftn,Aoce Danunbourg, p. 66. 

Dobocsq, Pierre. St. Pierre du Nord, p. 134. 

I^ehamboiL, Sieor, page 5. 

DadcNzx, Marie^widow, St Pierre du Nord, p. 137. 

I^eiMxi Jacq. I>oiiiinique, St Pierre du N., p. 187. 

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D^S>^ Alexia, Macpec, p. 153. 

Dn, Claode, Port Toulouse, p. 19. 

DaGai, Habraham, Port Toulouse, p. 16. 

DviTM* Joseph, frraude Asoension, p. 116. 

Digis, Joseph, Port Totdouse, p. 17. 

Diga^ Mariguerite, widow. La Briquerie, p. 22. 

Difu, Pierre, Anoe & Pierre, p. 124. 

Dogirt, Ajnbroise, Grande A&cension, p. 117. 

Dagast, Pierre, Grande Asoension, p. 117. 

DofMt, Claire, widow, Grande Ascension, p. 117 . 

DoiiatB, Claude, Riviere du Nord Est, p. 86. 

Dogsy, Francois, Riviere du Nord Est, p. 89. 

Iteont, Joseph, St Pierre du Nord, p. 187. 

Dnpleau, le dieur, Laurenbec, p. 73. 

DoplesHa Sieur Claude Ant,St Pierre du N.,p. 139 

iHiRort, Piarre, Bay of Gabarus, p. 6. 

Donul, Jolioi, Petite Bnw d'Or, p. 43. 

Dwocber. Francois, St Pierre du Nord, p. 134. 

Divtl, Pierre, Rivi^rre du Nord Est. p. 93. 

t^rier, Jean Baptiste, St, Pierre du Nord, p. 14L 

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Ebot, Charles, Pointe k la Jeunesse, page 40. 
Eben Francois, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 40. 
Ebert Joseph, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 39. 
EcBid, Nictdae, Petit Degrat, p. 29. 
bsBoeL, Charles St. Pierre du Nord, p. 134. 
ftsi« des Berges, p. 146. 
" ? du Noffrage, p. 129. 

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Fsme Bajre, page 57. 

Food, Sebastia, Anae Darambourg, p. 66. 

Forin, Jean Baptiste, Isles Madame, p. 26. 

Foqsere, Jean, St Esprit, p. 9. 

Foof^ St Joseph, Port Toulouse, p. 19. 

Fooquet Charles, St Pierre du Nord, p. 140. 

Fane, JuHen, Port Dauphin, p. 42. 

Fnuqaingoat, Jean. Bedec, p. 161 

Fiiei, Pierre, Isles Madame, p. " 



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Gabsnis Bay, pa^e 5. 

GtOsod, Frsn^ois Hache, Riviere du Nord Est, 

OsOsBd, JeaoBte, Hsch^, Riv. du Nord Est, p. 90. 
OsOsad. Pierre Hach^ Kiv. du Nord Est, p. 93. 
GsDet, Guillaiime, St Pierre du Nord, p. 131. 
GsQoQ, Pierre, Rivi^ du Petigiguit, p. 97. 
<ia>oat, Louis, Havre de la Baleine, p. 68. 
<istiQn. le Sieur Silvain Jean Semidon, Ance Dar- 



SBkbboig, p. 65. 
Gandrot Jean, 4i>*^<^u Comte Sain ^Pierre, p. 108. 
Gsoltier, Simon, Laurenbec^ p. 71. 
(isoticr, Joseph, senior, Rivi^e du Nord Est P* 87. 
Osotier, le Sieur, Pierre, Riviere du Nord Est, p. 87. 
<jsaW«Hi, Alexandre, Ance k Pinet, p. 125. 
^^aotreso, Frsn^ois, Ance k Pinet, p. 126. 
^^sQtreso, Francois, junior, Anoe k Pinet, p. 125. 



Gautreau, Pierre, Ance k Pinet, p. 125. 

Gautrot Claude, Riviere du Moulins k Soie, p. 99. 

Gautrot, Francois, Anse au Comte St -Pierre, p. 107. 

Gautrot, Pierre, Anse au Matelost, p. 112. 

GrQdry, $ee <Uto Guedrv . 

Gedry, Pierre, Isles Madame, p. 26. 

Grent^ Marie, widow. Riviere du Nord Est, p. 91. 

Girara dit Crespin, Pierre Mathurin, Riviere de 

Pengiguit, p. 95. 
Giroir, Claude, Isles Madame, p. 25. 
Giroir, Louis, Macpec, p. 158. 
Giroir, Pierre, Petit Degrat, p. 31 . 
GlaceBay, p. 54. 

Glin dit Caaet, Mathieu, Riv. du Penjriguit, p. 95. 
Grodet, Jean Baptiste, Aiise du Nord-Ouest, p. 164. 
Gouet, Fran9oi8, Petite Bras d'Or, p. 43. 
Gouret, Francois, Riviere de Mir^ p. 61. 
Grosselin, Catnerine, widow, Havre de la Baleine, 

p. 69. 
Gracia, Joseph, Riviere de Mire, p. 60. 
Grand Etang, p. 133. 
Grand Nerionac, p. 34. 
Grand Saint-Espnt Story of, p. 62. 
Grande Anse, p. 113. 

Grande Asoension, p. 116. * 

Grande Baye, p. 13. . 
Grande Grave, p. 14. 
Grand Montague, p. 31 . 
Grande Riviere, p. 11. 
Grand ville, Louin, Anoe Darambourg, p. 66. 
Granne, Jean. St. -Esprit, p. 9. 
Great Creek du Petit Degrat, p. 27. 
Grossin, Michel, St Pierre du Nord, p. 144 
Grossin, Pierre, St -Pierre du Nord, p. 144. 
Gruneau, Ther^yea, Riviere de Mire, p. 60. 
Guedry, Charles, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 40. 
Guedry, Claude, Anfle au Matelost, p. Ill . 
Guedry dit Grivoye, Jacques, Bedec, p. 160. 
Guedry, Joseph, Baye des Espagnols, p. 46. 
Guedry, Joseph, Riviere de Mire, p. 61 . 
Guedry, Paul, Baye des Espagnols, p. 46. 
Gu^n, Charles, Kividre du Quest, p. 80. 
Gu^rin, Dominique, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 40. 
Guerin, Francis, Grande Ascension, p. 118. 
Gu^rin, JeanBte, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 39. 
Guerin, Pierre, Baye de Mordienne, p. ^. 
Guitant, Jacques, Riviere de Mir^, p. 61. 
Guillaume, Jean, Kivi^re de Mir^ p. 58. 
Guillot Ambroise, Pointe au Brulleau, p. 119. 
Guillot, Hem^, Pointe Prime, p. 122. 
Guillot, Mathurin, Isle de Soatary, p. 64. 
Guillot, Ren6, Pointe Prime, p. 122. 



Hach^ dit Charlit, Charles, Riviere du Nord-Est, 

Hach^ dit Galland, Charles, Riviere du Nord-Est, 

p. 92. 
Haoh^ dit GalUnd, Jacques, Riviere du Pengiguit, 

p. 95. 
Hach^ dit Galland. Jacques, Tracadie, p. 146. 
Hach^ Pierre, Riviere du Nord-Est p. 92. 
Hamet, Etienne, Isles Madame, p. 26. 
Hango, Nicolas, St Pierre du Nord, p. 136. 
Harbour de Cbeticamps, p. 66. 
Havre k Mathieu, p. 126. 
Havre aux Sauvages. p. 142. 
Havre de Bedec, p. 152-169. 
Havre de Cachechampec, p. 151. 
Havre de Casampec, p. 152. 
Havre de Fourch^, p. 7. 
Havre de TEchourie, p. 128. 
Havre de Malpec, p. 150. 
Havre de Petit Lauranbec, p. 70. 
Havre de la Baleine, p. 67. 
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Havre de Trmcadie, p. 146. 

Havre, St Pierre, p. 130. 

Hebert, Ambroise, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 41. 

Hebert, Charles, Pointe k la Jeune*»8e, p. 38. 

Hebert, Charles, Riviere du Moulin 4 Scie, p. 107. 

Hebert, Jean, Grande Anse, p. 116. 

Hebert, Jean, Riviere du Moulin k Scie, p. 100. 

Hebert dit Baguette, Louis, Riviere du Moulin k 

Scie., p. 100. 
Hebert, Michel, Riviere du Moulin k Scie, p. 102. 
Hebert, Paul, Riviere du Moulin k Scie, p. 106. 
Hubert, Paul Michel, Riv. du Moulin k Scie, p. 107. 
Helie, Jean, Riviere du Nord-Est, j). 89. 
Hengo, Robert, Riviere de Pengiguit, p. 96. 
Henry, Alexis, Riviere du Guest, p. 82. 
Henry, Antoine, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 39. 
Henry, Charles, Riviere du Quest, p. 82. 
Henry, Germain, Port la Joye, p. 78. 
Henry, Fran9ois, Grande Ascension, p. 117. 
Henry, Jean, Laurenbec, p. 72. 
Henry, Jean Baptiste, Pointe Prime, p. 121. 
Henry, Jean, junior, Kivi^re du Quest, p. 83. 
Henry dit le Neveu, Jean, Riviere du Guest, p. 80. 
Henrv dit le Neveu, Jean, jr.^ Riv. du Guest, p. 81. 
Hen<y dit le Vieux, Jean, Riviere du Guest, k 81. 
Henry dit Maillarde, Jean, Port la Joye, p. ?7. 
Henry dit le Petit, Homme, Joseph, Riviere du 

Guest, p. 82. 
Henry, Louis^ Riviere du Guest, p. 80. 
Henry, Martm, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 41. 
Henry, Paul, Anse k Pinet, p. 124. 
Henry, Pierre, Anse de la Boulloth^re, p. 119. 
Herrement, Pierre Claude, Grande Anse, pw 114. 
Hent, Jean Baptiste, Macpec, p. 158. 
Hiriart, le Sieur, Petit Degrat, p. 31. 
Huicker, Six ton, Bay of Gabarus, p. 6. 



lie k Monsieur Courtin, p. 150. 

Imbert, M., Havre de la Baleine, p. 

Introduction, p. 3. 

Isle aux Cannes, p. 67. 

Isle aux Coucous, p. 63. 

He au Justaucorps, p. 3. 

Isle aux Justeaucorps, p. 87. 

Isle Brul^, p. 23. 

Isle de la Samte Faroille, p. 36. 

Isle de la Tremblade, p. 63. 

Isle de Punot, p. 34. 

Isle de Scatary, p. 62-63. 

Isles des Sauvages, p. 150. 

Isle de Verderonne, p. 48. 

Isle du Comte Saint-rierre, p. 77. 

Irie du Gouvemeur, p. 77. 

Isle Rouge, p. 41. 

Isle Saint-Jean, p. 126. 

Isle Verte, p. 83. 

Isles Madame, p. 23. 



Jaoquet, Joseph, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 136. 
Join, Michel, Anoe aux Sangliers, p. 165. 
Jouiiiseaux, Le Sr. Louis, Port la Joye, p. 78. 
Jousseaume, Sieur Chas., St. Pierre du Nord, p. 138. 
Joseph Mathurin^ Isles Madame, p. 24. 
Josse, Francois, isles Madame, p. 24-25. 
Jourdan, Julien, Isle de Scatary, p. 64. 



La Bauve, Louis, Riv. du Moulin ' e, page 105. 
La Boulardene, M. de, Little Br r, p. 43. 

La Boule, Joannis, Havre la For p. 127. 

La Briquerie, p. 22. 
La Chou, Jean, Laurenbec, p. 74 



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Lac de Mordienne. p. 55. 

Lacroix dit Canniche, Jean, St Pierre du N.,p. 13L 

La Guerre, Baptiste, Baye de I'lndienne, p. 53. 

Lambert, Heme, Isles Madame, p. 25. 

Lambert, Glivier, Isles Madame, p. 25. 

Lamort, Claude, Baye de Tlndienne, p. 54. 

Landry dit Chaques, Abrah., Riv.de Pcnigiguit, p.9T. 

Landry dit Jacques, Ab., Riv. du Moul a Scie, p. 96. 

Landry, Alexis, Riviere aux Habitants, p. 35. 

Landry, Augustin, Riviere du Nord, p. 83. 

Landry, Benjamin, Riviere du Nord, p. 88. 

Landry, Charles, Riviere du Nord, p. 84. 

Landry, Enselme, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 98. 

Landry, Fran9oi8, Riviere du Nord, p. 83. 

Landry, Honore, Grande Anse, p. 118. 

Landry, Jean, Grande Anse, p. 113, 

Landry, Jean Baptiste, Riv. aux Habitants, p. 35. 

Landry, Jean Bte, jr., Riv. aux Habitants, p. 35. 

Landry, Joseph, Kivi^re aux Habitants, p. 35. 

Landry, Prosper, Grande Anse, p. 114. 

Langlois dit Jaoq^ui, Jaoq., Riv. du Nord-Est, p. 88. 

Langlois, Fran90i8, Isles Madame, p. 24. 

Langlois, Fran9ois, Isles Madame, p. 25. 

Langlois, Nicholas, Isles Madame, p. 25. 

La Kocque, Sieur de, p. 3. 

La Targue, Jean, the elder. Petit Degrat, p. 29. 

La Traverse, p. 161. 

Lavigne, Charles^ Bay de TArdoise, p. 12. 

Lavaohe, Fran9ois, Anse au Matclost, p. 110. 

Lavache, Honcn^ Anse au Matelost, p. 106. 

Lavigne, Nicolas, Port Toulouse, p. 19. 

Lebaudon, Ambroise, Bay de I'Araoise, p. 13. 

Le Buteau, Pierre, Anse Darambourg, p. 6& 

Leblanc, Claude, Anse au Matelost, p. 112. 

LeBlanc, Fran9ols, Pointe k la Jeunesse, p. 38. 

Leblanc, Jacques, Riviere de Pengiguit, p. 97. 

Leblanc, Jacques, Riviere du Moulin k Scie, p. 98. 

Le Blanc, Joseph, Port Toulouse, p. 22. 

Leblanc, Joseph. Havre la Fortune, p. 127. 

Le Blanc, Josepn, Malpec, p. 159. 

Le Bon Catherine, Baye de ITndienne, p. 53. 

Le Borgne, Marie, Riviere de Mire, p. 59. 

Le Borgne, Nicolas, Petit Degrat, pt. 29. 

Le Breton, Fran9oi8, Baye de Tlndienne, p. 53. 

Le Breton, Jean, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 185. 

Lebuffe, Sieur Louis Aubin, St. P. du Nord, p. 139. 

Le Chau, Jean, Laurenbec, p. 75. 

Le Chen^ Luc, Riviere de Mire, p. 60. 

Le Cerf, Sieur Pierre, Havre de la Baleine, p. 69. 

Le Fauoher, Mathurin, Riviere de Mir^ p. 00. 

Legendre, Francois, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 138. 

Le Grand JPierreCeoard Alex. J Islede Scatary, p. 64. 

Le Gros, Pierre, Bay de Tlndienne, p. 53. 

Le Gue, Bertrand, LaurRnbec^ p. 71. 

Le Hardy, Franooi^ St. Espnt, p. 10. 

Le Jeune, Alexis, Baye dee Espagnols, p. 51. 

Le Jeune, Augustin, Bedec, p. 161. 

Lejeune, Eloy, Grande Ascension, p. 118. 

Le Jeune, Eustache, Isles Madame, p. 27. 

Le Jeune, Germain, Baye des Espagnols, p. 46. 

Le Jeune, Jean, Baye des Espagnols, p. 48. 

Lejeune, Jean, Grande Ascension, p. 117. 

Le Jeune, Jean Bte., Baye des Espagnols, p. 48. 

Le Jeune, Jean Bte., Baye des Espagnols, p. 60. 

Lejeune, Jean Baptiste, Anse au Matelost, p. Ill 

Le Jeune, Joseph, Baye des Espagnols, p. 51. 

Le Jeime, Joseph, Baye des EsiMgnols, p. 50. 

Lejeune, Pierre, Bedec, p. 160. 

Lejeune, Pierre, senior, Bedec, p. 160. 

Le Marshal, Guillaume, Anse Darambourg, p. 66. 

Le Mauquet. See "Mauquet." 

Le Prieur dit Dubois, Jacq., St. P.^u Nord, p. 138. 

Le Prietir, Joseph, Havre la Fortune, p. 126. 

Le Prieur. Pierre, Havre la Fortime, p. 127. 

Leprince, Antoine, Grande Anse, p. 114. 

Leprince, Claude, Pointe Prime, p. 120. 

Leprince, Joseph, Grande Anse, p. 116. 

Le Roy, Charles, Baye dee Espagnols, p. 51. 



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Le Roy, Pierre, Baye dee EsDagnols, p. 50. 

Le TooTDeeu, Pierre. Laurenbeo, p. 70. 

LevMoe, Miuirioe, Port Dftophin, p. 42. 

Le Vieni, Jean, St. Pierre du Nord. p. 138. 

L'bennitei, LAureat, Riviere de Mire, p 59. 

linid, Jacques, St. Esprit, d. 10. 

Lt(», Pierre, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 146. 

Loofoe Epee, Isabella, widow, St. Esprit, p. 10. 

Lqcu dit Bergerac, Jean, Riv. de Peiiigmt, p. 97. 

Lacaa, Joseph, Anse au Matelost, p. 111. 



M^ard/rAbbe, Ue de la Sainte FamiUe, p. 36. 

HaJ«t, Jean, Petit Desrrat, p. 31. 

MaUe, Francois, Lauronbec, p. 74. 

MahiUieu, J., Nicolas de, Ancede BeUefeu:Ue,p. 66 

MsDod, Roberts, St, Pierre du Nord, p. 137. 

Msrehand, Jean, Port Toulouse, p. 20. 

Mirehand, Marie, widow, Port Toulouse, p. 16. 

Mstchand, Orr^, widow. Port Toulouse, p. 20. 

Mirechal, Jean, Petit Dt^Rjat, p. 8L 

Msrisdi, Jean, Riviere de Mire. p. 59. 

Muqois, Jean Bapt. , Riv. du Moulin & Scie, p. 106. 

Mtrtsan, Francois, Baye des E^iignolB, p. 49. 

Hartcl, Jean Baptiste, Port Toulouse. ^ 14. 

Mtftin, Barth^emy, Riviere du Nord-Est, p. 94. 

Martin, Charles, Riviere du NordEst, p. 93. 

Msrtin, Joseph, Riviere du Nord-Est, p. 94. 

Hsthieo, Louis, Pointe Prime, p. 120. 

HstM^oet, Gabnelle, widow, Laurenbec, p. 76. 

Mionoe, Jean^ Port Toulouse, p. 21. 

Mdaoron, Esuenne, Grande Anse, p. 114. 

MaiadoQ.p. 67. 

Mkbel Francois, Anse k Pierre, p. 123. 

Micbel, Joseph, Riviere du Nord-Est, p. 89. 

XisQx, Benjamin, Pointe k la Jeuneese, p. 45. 

^fieox, Mai^ueritte, widow, Port la Joye, p. 78. 

Minnde, Joseph, I^urenbec, p. 73. 

Hootsgne du I>iable, p. 5. 

Mcaitaary, Jacques, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 139. 



Naqoin, Ambroise, Anse i Pinet, page 123. 
Xaqoiii, Fran9ois, Anse k Pinet, p. 124 . 
Xaqtim, Jacques, Anse k Pinet, p. 123. 
Nioolss, Bsye de Tlndienne, p. 54. 
N'nolss, Jacques, Port la Joye, p. 78. 
Rogues, Fran9ois, Anse du Nora-Ouest, p. 164. 



OtivH, Jean, Baye des Espagnols, p. 46. 
OUrier, Baptiste. Rivi^«, du Quest, p. 82. 
Ofifier, Paul, Rtvi^ve de Pengiguit, p. 96. 
^^^tsndo, Marie, widow, Havre de la Baleine, p. 68. 
Oody, CUode, St. Piorre du Nord, p. 131. 
Oady, Jacques, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 132. 
Oody, Jean, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 131. 
Owiy, widow of Jacques, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 132. 
Oonay, Michel, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 142. 



Psris Aodr^ Havre de la Baleine, page 68. 
Pstra (Juillauroe, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 134. 
P«w de la Charity Bave de Mir6, p. 57. 
Penal. Jean Baptiste, Port la Joye, p. 19. 
Pmin, Jacques, Laureubec, p. 74. 
Pttre, Adam, Laureubec, p. 76. 
Pwries, le Sieur, St Bepnt, p. 9 
P«otD«grat,p. 27-28. 
PetitNerichacp.84. 



Petit Bras d'Or, p. 42-43. 

Petitpas, Jacques, Port Toulouse p. 18. 

Petitpas, Joseph. Bay de TArdoise, p. 13. 

Petitpas, Jean, Port Toulouse, p. 18. 

Petitpas, JuUiette, Widow, Port Toulouse, p. 17, 

Petitpas, Louis, Isle de la Sainte Famille, p. 36. 

Petit Racica, p. 149. 

Pbilbert, Charles, Ance Darambourg, p. 65. 

Philippe, dit la Roche, Etienne Charles, Riviere du 

Nord Est., p. 89. 
Philpot, Jean, Isle de Scatary, p. 64. 
Picard, Francois, St. Esprit, p. 9. 
Picard, Mathurin, Petit Degiat, p. 30. 
Pichot, Jean, Petit Bras d*Or, p. 44. 
Pinet, Charles, Port Toulouse, p. 16. 
Pinet, Charles, jr., Port Toulouse, p. 16. 
Pinet, Jean Baptiste, Pointe de TEst, p. 129. 
Pinet, Noel, Pointe de I'Est p. 128. 
Pinet, Pierre, Pointe de I'Est. p. 129. 
Pitre, Amant, Grande Anse, P. 114. 
Pitre, Charles, Ance k Pinet, p. 124. 
Pitre, Charles, Riviere du Quest, p. 81. 
Pitre, Fran9oi8, Riviere du Quest, p. 80. 
Pitre, Jean, Riviere du Quest, p. 82. 
Pitre, Joseph, Riviere du Quest, p. 80. 
Pitre, Mane, Madelaine, Widow, Riviere du Nord 

Est, p. 85. 
Pitre, Michel, Pointe Prime, p. 121. 
Pointe k Coste, p. 14. 
Pointe k deux Doigdts p. 68. 
Pointe k Jacob, p. 27. 
Pointe k la Framboise, p. 77. 
Pointe k la Jeuneese, p. 88. 
Pointe k la Riviere, p. 28. 
Pointe k Marcoche, p. 70. 
Pointe k Margueritte, p. 77. 
Pointe k Pierrot, p. 77. 
Pointe au Boulleau, p. 119. 
Pointe aux Basques, p. 5. 
Pointe aux Chats, p. 62. 
Pointe aux Pomroes, p. 45. 
Pointe Basse, p. 42. 
Pointe Blanche, p. 5. 
Pointe de Catalogue, p. 57. 
Pointe de la Briquerie, p. 14. 
Pointe de I'Est. p. 126-m 
Pointe de St. Pierre, p. 133. 
Pointe des deux Chemin^es, p. 64. 
Pointe du Dehors, p. 5. 
Pointe du Quest, P. 152. 
Pointe la Flame, p. 77. 
Pointe Pinet, p. 14. 
Pointe PUte, p. 57. . 

Pointe Prime, p. 77120. 
Poiree, Thomas, Ance Darambourg^p. 65. 
Poirier, Charles, Port Toulouse, p. 22. 
Poirier, Francois, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 105. 
Poirier, Joseph, Kivi^re de Pengiguit, p. 96. 
Poirier Joseph, Port Toulouse, p. 21. 
Poirier, Marie, Widow, Macpec, p. 157. 
Poirier, Pierre, Macpec, p. 154. 
Poitevin, Grenevi^ve, widow, St. Pierre du Nord, 

p. 139. 
Poitevin, Magdelaine, widow, St. Pierre du Nord, 

p. 138. 
Poitier, Charles, Riviere du Nord Est, p. 91. 
Port of Canceau, p. 28. 
Port Dauphin, p. 41-42. 
Port La Joye, p. 76. 
Port Toulouse, p. 14. 
Poujet, Pierre, Isles Madame, p. 24. 
Prejcan, Nicolas, Port Toulouse, p. 19. 
Prejen, Honor^ La Briquerie, p. 22. 
Pretieux, Joseph, Q. Riviere au Nord Est, p. 90. 
Ouimine, Jacques, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 143. 
Quimine, Jean, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 143. 



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Rabag^is, Julien, Petit Degrat, p. 81. 
Rambourg. Margaret, widow, Petit Degrat, p. 29. 
Kaimond, Franoois, Grande Anae, p. 114. 
Rasaioot, Jean 6apti8te,Rivi^re de Fengiguit,p. 94. 
Raymond, le Gomte de, p. 3-4. His letter of in- 

straotion, p. 3. 
Reneaud Andre, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 136. 
Reneauld, Fran9oi8, Riviere des Blonas, p. 162. 
Richard, Alexandre, Maopec, p. 155. 
Richard, Marguerite, widow, Macpeo, p. 154. 
Richard, Michel, Macpec, p. 156. 
Richard, Paul, Macpec, p. 158. 
Richard, Pierre, Macpec, p. 156. 
Riviere k Bourgeois, p. 23. 
Riviere k Charles, p. 135. 
Riviere k Durand, p. 58. 
Rivi^ k la Tillard, p. 14. 
Riviere au Crapeau, p. 163. 
Riviere aux Habitants, p. 34. 



Riviere de Bedecq, p. 161. 
Riviere de la Grande . 



J Ascension, p. 119. 

Riviere de Mir^ p. 58. 

Riviere de Pengiguit, p. 94. 

Riviere des Blonds, p. 162. 

Riviere du Moulin k Scie, p. 97. 

Riviere du Nord, p. 77. 

Riviere du Nord-Est, p. 77. 

Riviere du Quest, p. 77. 

Riviere la Traverse, p. 162. 

Robert, Madeleine, widow, St. Esprit, p. 10. 

Robiohaud dit Cadet, Jean, Bedec, p. 159. 

Robiohaud dit Cadet, Pierre, Riviere des Blonds, p. 

162. 
Rode, Jude, Laurenbec, p. 75. 
Rondeau, Mdme, Gabarus, p. 6. 
Rouill<§, road, p. 41. 
Roussin, Jean, Port la Joye, p. 79. 
Roy, Charles^ Baye des Espagnols, p. 50. 
Roy, Fran9ois, Baye des Espagnols, p. 50. 
RoV, Ren^, Anse au Matelost, p. 111. 
RuDe, Guilliaume, Isle de Soatary, p. 64. 
Rullier, Francois, Anse au Matelost, p. 109. 

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St. Esprit, p. 8. 

St. Cxermain dit P^gord, story of, p. 151. 

St. Gla, Jean Pierre, Riviere de Mir6, p. 60. 

St. Ovide, M. de, p. 6. 

St. Pierre du Nord, p. 129. 

Sabot, Antoine, Anoe Diunmbourg, p. 66. 

Samson Mathieu, Port Toulouse, p. 16. 

Samson, Michel, Port Toulouse, p. 15. 

Sauvage, Pierre, Port Toulouse, p. 16. 



I Moulins k Scie, p. 106. 
Savary, Joseph, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 104.' 
Sellier, Jacques, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 99. 
Sellier, Joseph, Riviere du Moulins k Scie, p. 100. 
Segoilliot dit Sans Chagrin, Emilliant, Grande 

Anse, p. 115. 
Simon^ Marie, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 137. 
Sire, Jean, Anse au Comte Saint Pierre, p. 
Sire, Louis, Anse au Matelost, p. 108. 
Sines, Francois, Port la Joye, p. 78 



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Soly, Laurent, Rivi^ de Mire, P. 59. 

Soret, Madeleine, widow, Port Toulouse, p. 19. 



Talbot, Louis, St. Pierre du Nord, page 141. 
Tallemont, Ignaoe, Riviere de Mire, p. 60. 
Tohipar^, Martin. St. Pierre du Nord, p. 131. 
Temple, Andre, Port Toulouse^ p. 21. 
Teriau, Claude, Bave de Mordienne, p. 56. 
Teriau, Fran9oi8, Baye de Mordienne, p. 56. 
Teriau, Germain, Baye de Mordienne, p. 56. 
Teriau, Joseph, Baye de Mordienne, p. 56. 
Teriau, Mane Joseph, Bave de Mordienne, p. 66 
Teriau, Pierre, Baye de Mordienne, p. 56. 
Terriaud, Alexis, Bedec, p. 160. 
Terriaud, Charles, Riv. du Moulin k Scie, p. 105. 
Terriaud, Etienne, Rivi^ du Moulin-i^scie, p. 9 
Terriaud, Joseph, Riviere du Quest, p. 8L 
Terriaud dit le Bonhomme^ Joseph, Bedec, p. 160 
Tesse, Jean, Rivi^ de Mir^ p. 59. 
Therriire, Mathurin, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 133. 
Thezen, Sieur Emard de, St Pierre du Nord, p. 1 
Thibaudeau, Joseph, Rivi^ Moulin k Scie, p. 98 
Thibeaudeau. Prosper, Riv. du Moulin k Scie, p. S 
Thibodeau dit Chajlie, Charles. Riv. Quest, p. 81 
Thiery, Ch, p. 6. 

Tompigue, Etienne. Havre de la Baleine, p. 68, 
Toulon, Isabelle, widow. Petit Degrat, p. 3L 
Tracadie, pp. 145, 146. 
Trahan, Charles, Baye des Espagnols, p. 48. 
Trahan, Etienne, Baye des Espagnols, p. 50. 
Trahan, Honor^, Baye des EspagnoU. p. 49. 
Trahan, Jean, Baye dee Espagnols, p. 48. 
Trahan, Marcel, widow. Bi^e des Espagnols, p. 51 
Trahan, Qlivier, Baye des Espagnols, p. 48. 
Trahant, Claude, Anse au Matelost, p. 110. 
Trahanc, Claude, le jeune, Anse au Matelost, p. IL' 
Trahant, Jean Baptiste, Anse au Matelost, p. Ill 
Trahant, Joseph, Anse au Matelost, p. 110. 
Trahant, Paul, Anse au Matelost, 111. 
Trely, Pierre. Anoe Darambourg, p. 66. 
Tricou4 dit Picard, Joseph, St. Pierre du Nord, 

138 
Trois Rivieres, p. 126. 
Tudal, Joseph, St. Pierre du Nord, p. 145. 
Tureaud, Fran9ois, Anse aux Sangliers, p. 165. 



Vallet dit Langevin, Louis, Riv. de Pengiguit, 

97. 
Varenne, Pierre, Riviere de Mire, p. 58. 
Vesoot, Francois, Riviere du Nord Est, p. 92. 
Vescot, Jean Baptiste, St. Piwre du Nord, p. IS: 
Vigneau, Baptiste, Port Toulouse, p. 20. 
Vigneau, Joseph, Port Toulouse, p. 18. 
ViWong, Antoine, Petit Degrat, p. 30. 
Vilalong, Marc, Petit Degprat, p. Sa 
Villedieu, Jean Bte., Rivi^ de Mir6, p. 58. 
Villedieu, Pierre Martin, RiviAre de Mir6, p. 58. 
Vincens, Jean, Rividre du Moulin k Scie, p. 107. 
Vinoens dit Client, Joseph, Anse anMatelost,p. 109. 
Vincent dit Clement, Pierre, Riviere du Moulin a 

Scie, p. 104. 



Yvon, Charles, Laurenbec, p. 72. 



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GENEALOGY OF THE FAMILIES OF THE ISLAND OF ORLEANS. 

Considerable importance is attached to the genealogy here printed, from the fact 
thftt descendants of families born on the Island of Orleans are to be found not only in 
^ psrishes in the immediate vicinity of Quebec, but reaching far beyond the bounds of 
tbe province. The manuscript, which represents much of the work of the best years of 
tbel&te Abb^ Michel ^Forgues (1), is the property of the Parish of St. Laurent, Island 
of Orleans, and it is now published with the authority and approval of His Grace the 
Ardibishop of Quebec. A large number of students are engaged in genealogical research 
At the present time, and the work in its published form will greatly facilitate their 
labors in tracing numerous families to their source. 

The parishes on the Island of Orleans are as follows : — 

Sainte Famille. 

St, Frangois. 

Saint Jean. 

Saint Laurent. 

St Paul. 

Saint Pierre. 

Ste. P^tronille. 
In the appendix will be found a summary of the Archives of the various parishes. 
Tbe information therein given will be arranged systematically to form a part of the 
g^e to tbe sources of Canadian history, which is now in the course of preparation 



(1) Abb^ Michel Forgues, ptre., born at St. Michel de Bellechasse, Feby. 13, 1811. 
^ of Michel Forgues and Marie Anne Denis. 
Ordained priest, 23rd Sept., 1837. 
Professor in Quebec Seminary, 1837. 
Curate of St Roch, 1837. 

Parish Priest at Ste. Marguerite, Co. of Dorchester, 1840. 
Parish Priest of Ste. Marie de la Beauce, 1845. 
Assistant Bursar, Quebec Seminary, 1847. 
Parish Priest of Ste. Monique (Nicolet), 1848. 
Pariah Priest of St Qervais (Bellechasse), 1849. 
Barsar of Quebec Seminay, 1849. 
Parish Priest of St Germain (Rimouski), 1859. 
Retired from ministry, resided at St Michel, 1861. 
Parish Priest of St Laurent, I. O., 1865. 
Died Nov. 28th, 1882. 
In 1854, he took an active part in the foundation of Laval University. 



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EXPLANATION OF ABBREVIATIONS IN GENEALOGY OF THE 
FAMILIES OF THE ISLAND OF ORLEANS. 



A. G Ange Gardien 

B Beaumont 

Bpt Beauport 

Bert Berthier 

Chs. Brg Charleebourg 

C. R ChAteau Richer 

1 Islet 

L L^vis 

Q Quebec 

S. A Ste. Anne 

S. Aug St. Augustin 

S. Ohs St. Charles 

S. F Ste. Famille, I. O. 



S. Frs St. Fran^tns, 1.0. 

S. F. S St. Fran9oi« du Sud 

S. G St. Germaio 

S.I St Ignaoe(C»p.> 

S. J St. Jean, LO. 

S. Jos St Joseph 

S. L. . ; St Laurent, 1.0. 

S. M Ste. Marie 

S.P St Pierre, I. 0. 

S.P.S St Pierre duSud. 

S. R * St Roch des Aulnai» 

S. T St Thomaft 

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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 18 



A. 1906 



ISLOGY OF TBE FAMILIES OF THE ISLAND OF ORLEANS 

Compiled by Rev. Michel Forguea. 

Xon— The original is preserved in the Arohives of the parish of St. Laurent, Isle of Orleans. 

P. M. OTiEARY, Priest. 



ADAM. 



IJeu 




Looise 




M. Anne 




Reo« 




Jefto Baptiste 


3R«M§ 


(1) 


fcr 




% JMn Baptiste (1) 


4lfnaoe 
M. Louise 


(2) 


M-Marthe 




Pierre 




Joseph 




Lemdme 




Joseph 




Jaoques 




Pierre 




5Ren^ 


(2) 


FrftDfoise 




Msrguerite 




6Jo«>ph(rNo.)(4) 
T Pierre (r No.) (4) 


Msrie 




Ang^iijne 




\ FrMi90ise 





Josette 



i» Joseph (2«m) (4) 
9 JicquM (4) 



Marie Mezerai. 

Frs. Loquel. Q 1712 

Guill. Couture S.L. 1713 



Anne Maillou B. 1696 



Cath. Guillet, Ba- 

tiscan. 1708 

Susanne Lacasso B. 1720 
J. B. Bissonnet B. 1751 
Jos. Andr^ Samson. 1755 



UnmleLefebvre S.M.1754 



Marie Maupas. B. 1734 
Aug. Fraser. B. 1763 

2^0^011. Beaucher B.1781 
Ant Dutile B. 1764 

M. Jos. PUnteS.M. 1753 
Aug. Bolduc S. V. 1753 
Aug. Polequin S.M. 1778 
Michel BoUard S.M. 1789 
Michel TurgeonS.M. 1782 
T Ant.Gendreau S.M1822 
y Louis Roy S.M. 1830 
Joe. Lacasse S.M. 1782 
2^ Pierre Desch- 

esnes S.V. 1820 

Ang^ BissonnetS.M. 1775 
M. Mad. MichonS. Ch8l775 



10 Pierre (2*m) 
Rose 

Marguerite 
Pierre 
Lememe 

U Jaoques 
Jacques 

12 IW 
Jean 

13 Jaoques 



IJeao 

Joseph 
UoKDb 

Fn. Marie 

ICbmeiit 



(4) Marie Patoine S.Ch».1787 
J.B.QuemeneauS.G. 1815 
Frs. FUteau S.G. 1820 

Marguerite Four- 
nier S.G.1799 

(9) ElisSenechal S.G. 1796 

(10) MAnne Nadeau S.G1809 

(11) Rosalie Roy S.V. 1819 

(12) JulieSinioneauS.F.S.1837 

AINSK 

Angelique Folkne 
(1) Marie PoM^ S. Tho. 1712 



(2) l^Iarie Proulx S. Tho. 1766 



AINSE. 



Marie Anne 
Marie Louise 
Marguerite 

4 Fran9oi8Marie(2) 
M. Francoise 
Elizabeth 
Mai*guerite 
Louise 
Fran9oiH 

Jean 

5 Franyois (4) 
Margfuerite 
Jjouise 
Archange 
StaniHlas 
Charles 

6 Jean (4) 

7 Stanislas (5) 

8 Charle« (5) 

9 Fran9Qis (4) 
Alexis 

10 Alexia (9) 

1 Jean Befnard 
Marie 
Marie 
Nicolas 
Charles 
Jean 

2 Nicolas (1) 

3 Jean (1) 



4 Charles 
Marie 
Charles 



(1) 



6 Charles (4) 



.Joseph Boulet, S.P.S.1778 
Frs. Foumier .. 1781 
Jean GourdeauS.Thol795 
Fse Clement S.M. 1761 
Joe. Leoours S.G. 1780 
Etn. Patouel i. 1794 
Jos. Couture «« 1794 

Ant. Patouel •• 1795 



M Ls. BlanchetS.G. 1787 
Chs. Monmeny .. 1821 
Etn. Marseau .i 1823 
Frs. Royer .. 1826 



Charlotte FortierS.G.1796 
Marie Asselin S.G. 1813 
Marie Terrien S.G. 1819 
M. L. Noel 

M. Jos. Fortier S.I. 1826 
M. Mad. DeBure Q. 1666 
Frs. Milliet S.J. 1702 
2" Robert VermetS.F1703 



Marie Bruneau Q. 1707 
Marie Bourbean 

Cho. bourg 1712 
Genev. Martin S. Augl697 
Ls. Gautier S. Foye 1726 

Charlotte Chevigny 

S. Foye 1726 



ALAIRE-DALAIRE. 



Sebastien 

Jean 

Charles 

I Jean 
Fran9ois 
Jean 

1 Charles 
Mane 
Catherine 
Francoise 
Charles 
Fran9oi8 
Louis 
Etienne 
Joseph 

\ Jean 
Louis 



Purine Fleurissonne 
(1) Ferine Terrier Q. 1662 



(1) Cath. Lefebvre Q. 1663 
Pierre Dubeau S. Frs. 1684 
(>ab. Chambedan n IG94 
Jacq. Bidet u 1701 



(2) Fne. Simart Contr. 1688 



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6 Fnui^ois 



(2) 



Marg. Elizabeth 

Francois 

Nicolas 

6 Charles (S) 
Catherine 

M. Th6r^ 

AlexaDdre 

Charles 

Joseph 

Jaoquefl 

7 Fran9oi8 (3) 
M. Aline 
Ang^lique 

M. Charlotte 

Elizabeth 

M. Josette 

Fran^oise B^gis 

Mai]|^erite 

Louis 

Joseph 

8 Etienne (S) 

9 Louis (3) 
M. Josette 

Marthe 
Cathf^rine 
Gen6vi^ve 
Ls. Sebastien 
Pierre 
Joseph 
10 Joseph (3) 

Marten te 
Mane 
Francoise 
As^atne 
Grenevi^ve 



M. Josette 

Pierre 

Joseph 

11 Louil (4) 
Le mdnie 

12 Nicolas (5) 

13 Fran9ui8 (5) 

14 Alexandre (6) 
Pierre 

Louis 
Francis 
16 Charles (6) 

M. Josette 

16 Joseph (6) 
M. Anne 

M. Josette 

Etienne 
Le meme 
Jean Baptiste 

17 Jacques (6) 
BiL Madeleine 
Francois 

18 Louis (7) 
Le meme 

19 Joseph (7) 

Isabella 
Charlotte 
Josette 
M. Anne 
Marguerite 



Marg. Eliz. De- 

rome 
Simon Jolin 



Q. 1693 
at 1711 



Marie Bidet S.L 1691 
Jos. Lavoie S.Frs. 1726 
2« Jos. Savard S.Frs. 1727 
Simon Talbot 8.V. 1734 



Anne Labb^ S.FrB. 1694 

Michel Gautron B. 1714 

Ls. Portelance .. 1725 

Chs. Paauet .. 1726 

Pierre Albert .. 1727 

J. B. Lacasse .. 1734 

Jos. Gauthier •• 1740 

Jean Turgeon Q. 1723 



M. Anne Bilo- 

deau S-Frs. 1706 

Anne Asselin S.F. 1706 
Raphael Gagn^ 

S.Fr8. 1729 
Jos. Lemelin n 1740 
J. B. Gendreau .. 1742 
Michel Labbe .. 1749 



Mad. Bidet S.L 1706 
Pierre Vali^re S.V. 1732 
Nic. Chamberlan m 1734 
Pierre Le Roy » 1737 
Etn. Carri^re •• 1739 
Jos. Carn^re 1737 

T Frs, Couturier 

. S.M. 1761 
yEtn.Corriveau .. 1755 
Jos. Daniau m 1741 



Gt^ne V.Racine S.Jos. 1730 
Ang^. Siselin S.Frs. 1732 
Genev. Moleur B. 1723 
M. Jos. Moleur B. 1738 
Cath. Bidet 8.M. 1708 



Marie Asselin S.Frs. 1722 
Jos. Thibaut 8.F.S. 1744 
AnneGagnon, C.B. 1736 
Ls. Gautron S.J. 1755 
T Etn. Vallee S.M. 1761 
Jos. Marie Pepin 

S.F. 1767 

Genev.DufresneS.L. 1746 

Ang^, Cloutier S.M. 1724 
Ls. Delage S.F. 1756 

Marg. Provost Q. 1738 
Mane Chamart » 1745 
Charlotte Renaud 

Chs. Bnr. 1731 
Pierre Dion B. 1761 

Pierre Rov .. 1760 

Pierre Bussi^re S.R 1771 
Bernard Boucher u 1772 
J. B. Nadeau n 17C7 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
ALAIRE-DALAIRE 



Maigiierite 

Pierre 
Joseph 
Louis 

20 J<>an 
Fran9oi8 

21 Ls. Sebastien (9) 



Louis 

22 Pierre 
Joseph 
Mane 
Michel 
Francis 
Le meme 

23 Joseph 
M. Louise 
Joseph 
Le m6me 
Angelique 



T Chs. Couture 

S.Tho. 1784 



M. Mad. Fontaine 

M. Jos. Marseau 

S.Frs. 1727 



(9) Marie Nolin S.P. 1744 



(9) 



Marie 

M. Catherine 
M. Anne 
Louis 
24 Pierre (10) 

Marie 

Ursule 

Joseph 

Mane 

Pierre 
26 Joseph (10) 

26 Etienne 

Etienne 
27 FrauQois 

Marie 

Pierre 
28 Pierre (14) 

M Crenevi^ve 

Francoise 
Joseph 
Charles 
Le meme 



A Louis (14) 

Le meme 

29 Fran9ois (14) 
Franfoise 

30 Etienne (16) 

Josette 

Etienne 
Fran9oi8 
Joseph 
Henri 

31 JeanBaptiste(16) 

32 Francjois 17) 

33 Joseph (19) 

34 Louis (19) 
Genevieve 
Fran9oi8e 
Madeleine 
Cecile 

M. Anne 
Louis 



Bf. Ange. Monmeny 

S.V. 1784 
Louise N. Labb^.Frs 1745 
VicMartineau » 1770 

Ange. Landry •• 1753 
Ls. Nadeau i. 1775 

T Frs. Maitineau 

S.J. 1709 
Ls. Coulombe S.Frs. 1803 
Jaoo. Blouin n 1807 
Ls. Gagnon •• 1H17 

Marthe Thibaut 

aM. 1748 
Jos. Lacasse •• 1773 
Gaspard Lacasse «• 1782 



Dorothy Helie S. V. 1785 
M. Cbs. Lavoie 

B.StP. 1747 

Marie Chabot " 1700 
Ant. (>)te S.H. 1785 

(ienev. Corriveau 

aV. 1733 
Athanase Fradet 

aV. 1766 
Aug. Couture S. V. 1772 



M. Anna Boissel 

Bert. 1774 
V. de Jean Durand 
M.Jos. Thibaut SV.1736 
M. Anna Leraux 

Levis St Chs. 1762 
Mad. Denis S.M. 1743 
Jos. Chs. Ga^on S V 1762 
M. Jos. Boisson- 

nefxx S. Frs. 1766 

Olivier Frs. Assi- 

lin S.J. 1794 



M. Anne Landry a J. 1784 
M. Anne Delage S. J. 1754 
Genev. Couillard B. 1765 
Fse. Couillani aM. 1768 
Ign. Cot^ B. 1791 

Jean Le Roy B. 1795 

Aug. Vali^re B 1800 

J. B. Roy B. 1801 

yj. B.GoewlinaH.1816 
Basile Fortier aChs, 1807 



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ALAIRE— DALAIRE. 



35 Pient 

36 Fnui^ois 

M. Joiette 
Tfaer^ 



(19) 

m 



Loois 

Aogusta 

Joeeph 

Jean Baptiste 

37 Louis (21) 

Lememe 
M. Joeette 

ti 
M. Louise 
Fnoooifi 

38 Joseph MaHe<22) 
M. Antique 
Frsji^ — 
Jo0e| 
Mane 
Ignaoe 

Le meme 

Looe Marguerite 

Angdle 

Thomas 
38 Michel 

Marie 

M. P^gie 

Etienne 

Joseph 
40 FranfcuK 



(22) 



Josette 
41 Joseph 

4^ Louis 
Josette 
M. Louise 



(22) 

(23) 
(23) 



(24) 



Reparate 
Catherine 
Louis 

43 Jos. Mane (24) 

Josette 
Jean Marie 
Joseph 

44 Pierre 
Marie 
Theotiste 
Marmierite 
Th^rese 
Athalie 
Judith 
Pierre 

46 Etienne (26) 



Etienne 
4« Pierre 

Louise 
47 Joseph 



(27) 



(28) 



4B Cbaries (28) 

M. Louise 
M. Genevieve 
M. Ang^lique 
Mannierite 
Charles 

4» Joseph 

50 Pierre Noel 



Marg. Cnradeau S.F.1767 
M. Grenev. Mer- 

cier S.F.8. 1766 

Firmin Doison S.F.S. 1787 
Jaoque Tangrue u 1795 
T Pierre Noel Pic- 

ard .. 1821 

Ant. Mercier u 1807 



Th^r^«e Ueblois 

S.FrB.1755 
M, Ls. Fradet S.M 1760 
Andr^ fiasquet » 1787 
2° J. B. Marooux „ 1814 
J. B. Bonnean .. 1789 

Ang^. Dore S.M. 1773 
J. B. Lani^loisS.F.a 1805 
Jos. Martmeau i« 1806 



M. Marg. Buteau 

S.F.S. 1796 
J. B. Beaudoin .. 1826 
J. B. Baudoin S.V. 1825 

Marie TrahanaOhs. 1774 
Joe. Audet S.G. 1803 
Ls. Clement S.H. 1809 



M. Joe.Edmond 

S.F.S1781 
L, S. Geneet S.H. 1803 
M. Ls. Marseau 

S.Frs. 1772 
M. Ls. Pepin S.Frs. 1803 
Elie Gagnon •. 1831 
£tii. Magi Fontaine 

.. 1845 
Ls. G agn6 .. 1848 

J. B. Verret • .. 1846 



M. Job. Locasse 



Pierre Royer 



S.M. 1777 
S.G. J821 



Natalie Chabot S Chs 1778 
Aug. Audet S.G. 1801 
Jean Rnyer •. 1806 

Pierre Audet .• 1809 
Frs. Genest •• 1812 

JaoQ. Baudoin u 1815 
Michel Corriveau » 1818 



Osite Vict. Bloiiin 
St. Anne 



1774 



Susanne Buteau 

S.F.S. 1785 
Ls. Tardif S.H. 1810 
Veuve Pierre Roy 

S.V. 1757 
M. Joe. Bolduc8.V. 1774 
Jos. Gagnon .. 1800 
Frs. Dubord ., 1817 

Ign. H^lie .. 1824 

Ls. Cnavet S. Tho. 1801 

Marie Pouliot S. L. 1780 
Marie Pouliot 



ALAIRE— DALAIRE. 



M. Josette 
Genevieve 
Justina 

51 Etienne (30) 

Marie 

Justine 

Genevieve 

Joseph 

Lememe 

52 Joseph (3o) 

Mar^^erite 
Justine 
Joseph 
Etienne 

53 Fran9oi8 (30) 
Catherine 
Madeleine 

M. Louise 

M. Luce 

Henriette 

Josette 

Paul 

Francois Xavier 

Joseph 

54 Henri (30) 
Marguerite 



Sophie 
Mag^loire 

55 Louis 

56 Louis 
Celeste 
Marguerite 
Joseph 
Louts 

Le meme 

Julie 



Joe. Roy S.V. 1805 

Etn. Langlais i. 1819 
Jac. Labrecque S.G. 1812 
Genev. H^l^ne Emond 

S. J. 1795 
Joe. Picard S.Frs. 1817 
Prisque Par^ .. 1833 
Jgn.Trudel .. 1840 

M. Th^le Pepin S.F. 1811 
M. Chs. Emond S. 

Frs. 1820 



Jaoq. Plante 
Jean Emond 



S. J. 1825 
S. J. 1838 



Josette Turcot 
Ed. Audibert 
Frs. Martineau 
Frs. Gosselin 
Pierre Dion 
Ant. Helie 
Magi. Blouin 



S.J. 1809 
.. 1835 
.. 1841 

S.L. 1847 
.. 1848 
.. 1851 
u 1858 



(34) 
(36) 



Marg. Emond S. J. 1812 
Eloi Coulombe 

S.Frs. 1846 
J. B. Cochon .. 1866 

Mad. Couture S.Chs. 1802 
Marg. Mercier h.V. 1797 
Etn. Cadrin •• 1825 
Jos. Gendion S.F.S. 1826 



Mad. Quemen- 

eur S.F.S. 1805 

J. B. Boutin S.V. 1841 

57 JeanBaptiste(36) Cath. Morin S.F.S. 1797 



Emerina 

Luce 

Maroelline 

Augustin 

Louis 

Ephrem 

Jean Baptiste 

58 Joseph (36) 
Grertrude 
Marguerite 
Augustin 
Joseph 
Francois 

59 Augustin (36) 
M. CJharloite 
Marguerite 
Julienne 
Augustin 
Lememe 

60 FranooU (37) 
Charlotte 
Genevieve 



Reine 

Sophie 

Andr^ 

Jean 

Pierre 

61 Ignace 

62 Joseph Mari( 

Apolline 

Mar^erite 
Brtgitte 



Maarl. Gbntier S.V. 1826 
Hubert Gontier •• 1829 
NarcisseGendronS.V.1831 



Marie Doiron S.F.S. 
Ant. Roy S.G. 
Michel Roy m 



1797 
1830 
1825 



M.Ch8.Picard S.F.S.1800 
Antoine S.V. 1820 

Frs. Roby .. 1823 

Germ. Jolin .. 1833 

M.Thtele Pepin S.F.1811 
Marie CoutureS. Chs. 1788 
Jaoq. Helie S.M. 1818 



Jean Lefebvre 
2r Ls. Blais 
Frs. Fortier 
Paul Mercier 



1838 
1862 
1840 
1846 



(38) 
e(38) 



Ther^e ButeauS. F. S. 1799 
M. Ange Langlois 

S.F.S. 1807 
Noel Campagna 

S.F.S. 1831 
Jean Cadrien S.V. 1828 
Frs. Buteau •. 1862 



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ALAIRE-D \.LAIRE. 



5-6 EDWARD Vll., A. 1906 
ALAIRE-DALAIRE. 



Olvier 




1 


96 Pierre 


(69) 


Marie Tnidel S.Chs, 1836 








97 CyHlle 


(H) 


Eliza Odile Roy S.V. 1855 


63 Thomaa 


(38) 


Angele FradetS.F.S.1843 


98 Joseph 


(72) 


M. Natalie Pepin 

S.Fr8. 1844 


64 Etienne 


(39) 


Marie Clement S.H. 1809 






Louts 






99 Jean 


(73) 


Theotiste Gigu^re 


G5 Joseph 


(3>) 


M. Anne Gcjsselin 






S.F. 1855 






S.H. 1812 


100 Joseph 


(80) 


Ade Roy S.V. 1839 


66 Luuift 


(42) 


Cath. Dalaire S.Frs. 1850 


101 Pierre 


(05) 


M. Elise Lebrun 


67 Joseph 


(43) 


%1. Anne Audet S.(i. 1802 






S. Chs, 1856 


M. Anne 




Pierre Roy .. 1818 


102 Louis 


(95) 


M. Herusiai* Marcou 


68 Jean Marie 


(43) 


Mad. Mercier 8.(4. 1803 






S. Chs. 1863 


Madeleine 




Jos. Labbe S.G. 1825 


103 Jean 




M. Ohs. Carmail 


Jean 






Sophie 




Ren6 Chabot S.Chs. 1860 


69 Pierre 


(44) 


Ang^.LacroixS.Ch8. 1804 








Archangre 




Ohs. Coiriveau m 1828 


AMAURY 


-MAURY. 


Euphrosine 




Dom. Mercier ■• 1830 








M. Anne 




Jean Naud .. 1836 


1 Jean 




Marie Vigny 

J. B. Leblond S.Fni. 1711 


Ang^le 




Alexis Roy ,. 1839 


Marguerite 




Romain 






„ 




2«Fr8. Asselin S.F. 1719 


Pierre 






Franooise 




Nic. Leblond .. 1725 


70 Etienne 


(45) 


Genev.ThiviergeS.J. 1797 


. Michel 






71 Charles 


(48) 


M. F^ Bernard S.V. 1808 


2 


(1) 


M. Anne Guimon 


M. Josette 




Jos. Brochu .. 1836 






S. Anne 1713 


Le roeme 




Marg. Bisponet S. V. 1826 
Jos. Lemieux h 1856 


Marie 




Dom. Dompierre 


M. Desauger 






S.Fr8. 1739 


^^yniie 
72 Joseph 
Adelatd 


(51) 


Anastasie Popin S.F. 1820 




ARBOUR. 




Jean Foucher u 1842 








Catherine 




Ls. Dalaire .. 1850 


1 Michel Marie 


Coutansiueau Q. 1671 


Joseph 






Jean Baptiste 




73 Joseph 


(52) 


Cath. Eniond S.J. 1832 


Michel 






M. Anne 




Narcisse Audet .. 1851 


Fran9oi8 






Maroelline 




F. X. Blouin u 18.57 


August 






Philom^ne 




Jean Bernard .. 1864 


2 Jean Baptiste (1) 


M. Cath. Proulx 


Rose 




Jos. Boissonneau t. 18<»5 






Pte. Trembles 1700 


Jean 






3 Michel 


(1) 


M. Barbe Morin 1703 


74 Etienne 


(52) 


Cath. Gegu«^re S.J. 1835 


„ 






75 Paul 


(53) 


Justine Blouin S.J. 1843 


Jean 






76 Frs. Xavier 


(53) 


Cath. Picard S.Roch. 


Antoine 






77 Joseph 


(53) 


M. Anne Demeule 


4 Frs. Augustin (1) 


Mad. Proulx 






S.J. 1857 






Pt©, Trembles 1711 


78 Magloire 


(54) 


Marie Campagne 


5 Michel 


(3) 


Genev. Fregeot Bert 1728 






S.Fr8. 1846 


Genevieve 




Ant Pepin S.F.S. 1745 


79 Louis 


(56) 


Angile Quemenneur 


Michel 










S.Ch8. 1832 


6 Jean 


(3) 


CecUe Lemieux, Bert 1744 


Pierre 






M. Joeette 




Etn. RerailUrd S.V. 1782 


Louis 






7 Antoine 


(3) 


Marthe Lemieux 


80 Joseph 


(56) 


Genev. LangloisS.V. 1821 






Bert 1744 


Mane 




Jos. Hudson Bert. 1844 


8 Michel 


(6) 


M.L8. Boutin S.F.S.1753 


Joseph 






Reine 




Isaac Morin » 1804 


81 August! n 


(57) 


Theotiste Gagnon 


M. Josette 




J. B. Remillard m 1807 






S.V. 1829 


Barbe 




ChsDuoourberon .. 1809 


82 Louis 


(57) 


1830 


Ls. Jerome 






83 JeanBaptis 


fce{57) 


Julie Cote S.V. 1831 


Pierre 






84 Ephrem 


(57) 


Ad^ liimlet Bert, 18.S3 


Chrysostdme 




85 Joseph 


(58) 


Louise Audet S.G. 1824 


9 Michel 


(8) 


Ursule Proulx S.F.S. 1795 


80 Augustin 


(58) 


Marie Audet S.G. 1825 


Le meme 




M. Anne Labrecqiie 


87 Fran9oi8 


(58) 


Ade Rov S.(;. 1826 






S.G. 1807 


88 Augrustin 


(59) 


Marg. Mercier S.V. 1829 


Simon 






89 Jean 


(60) 


Felicite Metivier 


10 Ls Jerome 


(8) 


M. LsRemiUard S.G.1796 






S.M. 1825 


M. Marguerite 


Ed. Terrien S.M. 1860 


90 Andre 


(60) 


M. Jos. Cotin S.M. 1838 


Louis 






91 Pierre 


(60) 


Desanges Gagnon 


11 Pierre 


(8) 


Marie Broohu S.G. 1801 






S.V. 1844 


M. Marguerite 


Michel Quemenneur 


Le uieme 




M. Anne Eliz. Tur- 






S.V. 1821 






geon S.M. 1849 


Euphrosine 




Etn. Vallee S.V. 1821 


92 Olivier 


(«2) 


M. Philomene Le- 


Angele 




Alexandre BeUinger 

S.V. 1840 






blanc S. Chs. 1^58 






93 Ixjuifl , 


(04) 


Justine Labreoque 


Chrysostdme 








S.Chs. 1844 


Antoine 






Le meme 




Marie Couture S.Chs. 1852 


Eustache 






94 Jean 


(68) 


Charlotte Cameron 


12 Chrysobtdnie (8) 


Frse Marseau S.F.a 1808 






S.G. 1820 


13 Simon 


(9) 


M. Rose Mercier 


9 Romain 


(69) 


M. Esther Denis 






Bert 1831 


Pierre 




S.Chs. 1852 


14 Louis 


(10) 


M. Mad. Leblond 


Louip 










S.V. 1828 








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15Eiwtache (11) Gene v. Thibaut, Bert. 1832 
16 Antotne (11) Sophie Jolin a V. 1845 

Michel 
i: ChiT*06tAme(ll) Sophie Meroier S.V. 1846 
16 Midie] 

Le meme MArcelline Fradet 

S.V. 1866 
19 Michel (16) Victoria Thivierge 

S.V. 1867 





ARGUIN. 




1 Francois 


M. Anne Belleau 




BtUrie 


J. B. Desohampe 






S.H. 


1766 


Joseph 


r 




2 M 


M. Anne Boucher 






S.H. 


1775 


M.Anne 


Jacq. Carbonneau 






S.H. 


1815 


M. Louise 


Alexis Roy •• 


1819 



Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 

3 Jean Baptiste (2) Modest Labrecque 

S.a. 1804 

4 Joseph (2) Marie Fortier S.G. 1811 

ARRIVB— LARRrVli. 



1 Jean 
Jeanne 
Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

2 Maurice 

Le meme 

Marguerite 

Maarioe 

Francois 

Simon 

3 Jean Baptiste (1) 
M. Anne 

M. Louise 
Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 

4 " (1) 
M. Josette 
Louise 

Joseph 

5 Francois 
Hel^ne 

M. Josette 
M. Louise 
Fran^cHs 
Jean Bapciste 
<» Maurice (2) 

M. Thermae 



Jeanne Barberet 

Joan Demers S.F. 1696 



(2) 
8 Jean Ba^ytiste (3) 



Marguerite 
9 Joseph 
Catherine 
Ktienne 
Joseph 
Michel 

10 Joseph 
Joseph 

11 Francois 

M. Josette 
M. Genevieve 
Marguerite 
Jean 



(3) 



Jaoquette Touraud 

Q. 1654 
Fse Pednelle S.F. 1670 
Olivier Levesque S. F. 1723 



Cath Poit^ Levin 1700 
CHaude Boilard B. 1738 
Jacques Lis B. 1753 



Louise Llieureux 8. F. 1716 
Le Deblois ,. 1743 

J B. Morisset .. 1747 

Marie Laine S.Fr8. 1703 
Pierre Beneto Bert. 1722 
Jean Lambert S.F.S.1740 
Jean Dodier S.F. S. 1744 



Anne Laine 1709 

Isidore Landry S.Fr8.1731 

Cath. Garant S. Frs. 1704 
Marg. Lis. B. 1745 

Jo*. Gautier S.M. 1772 
Ther^«e Begin Levis 1744 
Chs, Girard S.R 1769 



(4) Marie Lefebvre S.41. 1757 

(5) M. Genev. Gaudin 
Levis 1730 

Jean Montigny S. F.S. 1 763 
Chs. Morin .. 1753 

Urbain Cadrin S.M. 1774 



ARRIV6-LARRIV^. 



12 Jean Baptiste (5) 

13 Jean 
Angelique 

14 Jean 
Charles 

15 Joseph 
Pierre 

16 Michel 
Catherine 
Ther^ 
M. Josette 
Marie 
Abraham 

17 Etienne 
Charlotte 



M. Jos. Par^S.F.S. 1742 
Marg. Lemelin 
Pierre 1 )rapeau S.Cbs 1782 
Marg. Gourdeau 



(8) M. Ls Bourget Levis 1778 



(0) 



(9) 



Etienne 
18 Joseph 



(20) 



Tb^leRatte S.Ch8. 1781 
Job. Lefran^ois B. 1809 
Abraham Boulet B. 1815 
Joe. Blais B. 1817 

Jos. Talbot 1824 

Marg. Gontier S. Chs. 1780 
Andre Bisaonnet n 1801 
Etn. Lacroix » 1814 



(10> Marg. Fradet S.V. 1790 



19 JeanFran9ois(ll) 
M. Josette 
Marthe 

M. Madeleine 
Charlotte 
M. Josette 
Jean 
Francois 

20 Joseph (11) 
M. Josette 



Lememe 
21 Charies 



(14) 



M. Chariotte 
Joseph 
Charies 
Benoni 

22 Pierre 

23 Abraham 
M. Celelanire 
M. Louise 
Hombelin 
Lucie 
Edward 



(15) 
(16) 



Ther^ Talbot S.F.S. 1761 
Jerome Richard^ Bert 1786 
Michel MarcouxS.ChsJL788 
Frs Leclaire .. 1805 

Laurent Couture S. G. 1 796 
Jean Frs Lacroix SM 1799 



M. Jos. Boutin S.P.S.1764 
Pierre Noel Boulet 

S.F.S. 1787 
M. Genev. Gros«elin 

S.M. 1788 
M. Chs. Filteau 

S. Chs. 1783 
J. B. Goeselin B. 1822 



M. Le Paradis S.H. 1812 
M. Lb Begin Levis 1822 
Hubert Bonrrassa B. 1847 
Michel Carrier B. 1847 
Jacq. Shinek B. 1^54 
Alexis Th^rer B. 1854 



24 Etienne (17) Th^r^ RoyerS. Chs. 1804 

Fran9ois Xavier 
Ignace 
Edward 

35 Jean Francois (19 ) M. Jos. Nadeau 

S. Chs. 1789 
Th^r^se Ant. Plante S. Chs. 1819 

Josette Andre Clement S. Chsl826 

Archange Jacq. Labrecque 

S. Chs. 1826 
Jean Francois 
Augustm 
Charles 
Michel 

26 Joseph (21) Judith Durand B. 1815 

27 Charies (21) Marg. Coiiet B. 1822 
Louis 

28 Benoni (21) Genev. Bergeron B. 1833 

29 Edward (23) Flore Mclntyre B. ia*)7 

30 Frs. Xavier (24) Charlotte Gosselin 

S. Chs. 1829 

31 Edward (24) Marg. Gaudin S.Chs. 1831 

32 Innace (24) Ange Baron, Levis 1837 

33 JeanFrancois(25) Frse. Roy S.V. 1815 

34 Michel (26) Ba8ili8«eGuilmetS.V.1819 

36 Augustin (25) ThereseBaudoin Bert. 1831 

36 Charles (25) M. Fse. Roy 8. G. 1H12 

37 Louis (27) Celina Boilard B. 1853 



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1 Charles 
Jean 

2 Abraham 
Marie 
Andr^ 

3 Jean 

4 Andr6 
Suaanne 
Fnuifoise 
Franooise 
Anff^le 
Andr6 

5 Andr6 



Marg. Poirier 

AgneeCyr 

Jo*. Cochon S.BiL 1772 

(1) Fie. Dumas S.L. 1764 

(2) Marie Forguen S.M. 1775 
Andr^ Laoroix S.G. 1797 
Chs. Denin S.G. 1804 
2^ Michel (lautronSG1829 
Ant. BaUn S.M. 1816 

(4) G«nev. Diers S.G. 1307 



ASSELIN. 



1 David 
Pierre 

2 Jaoques 

M. Madeleine 

Louise 

Jacques 

Pierre 

Thomas 

Nicolas 

Michel 
8 Pierre (1) 

M. Anne 

Louise 

Marguerite 

Charles 

Jacques 

Francois 
4 Jacques (2) 

Genevieve 

Madeleine 

Fran9oi8e 

Jacques 
Lememe 
6 Thomas (2) 

Genevieve 
Marie 

II 
Angelique 
Louis 
Michel 
Jean 

6 Nicolas (2) 
Marguerite 

Jean Baptiste 
Jacques 
Nicolas 
Le meme 
Josette 
M. Th^le 
Joseph 
Louis 

7 Pierre (2) 

8 Michel (2) 
Le m^me 

9 Chas. Jacques (3) 

10 Fran9oi8 (3) 
Fran9ois 
Andre 

Basile 

11 Jacfiuea (4) 
Marthe 
Theres© 
Francois 

Noel 

12 Jean (5) 
Cecile 

Claire 



Cath. Boudard 

Louise Roussin S.H. 1662 
Guill Beaucher S.F. 1694 
Jacq. Pichet « 1696 



Louise Beaucher S. F. 1769 
Ls. Dalaire u 1706 

Nicolas Rioux i. 1710 
Jean Letoumeau m 1711 



Marie Morisset S.F. 1687 
Jos. Gendron S. Frs. 1716 
Pierre Mercier u 1718 
Frs. Emond i. 1727 

r Aug. Marseau h 1737 

BarbeTrudel A.G. 1710 
Genev. Leclaire SFr8l694 
Jean Mercier u 1716 

Chs. Dalaire i. 1722 

2°JeanBoulet .i 1727 
Ls Dalaire .. 1732 



Marg. Gagnon S.F. 1794 
Barth. Voyer h 1727 
2° Jos. IsaW .1 1737 



M. Rene Turcot SF 1703 
Simon L'heureux n 1747 
Frs. Deblois .• 1763 



ElizJahan S.F. 1696 

Anne Gagnon S.R. 1700 
Marthe LemieuxS.F.1730 
Marg. Drouin S.F. 1711 
Marg. Amaury S.F. 1719 



Anne Trudel A.G. 1710 
Andre Poire S.V. 1747 
Chs. Belanger S.V. 1761 



Cecile Tr^panier S.R. 1723 
Jean Guion S. Frs 1745 
Jos. Roy 11 1762 



Ang^que 



Jean 
Jo^ph 
Jacquea 
13 Loms 



5-6 EDWARD VIU A. 1906 
ASSELIN. 

Jos. Lain^ S. Frs 1753 
T Jean Marie Emond 

S. J. 1761 



(6) 



M. Josette 

Marthe 

Elizabeth 

Louis 
14 Michel (5) 

(ienevi^ve 
16 Jean Baptiste (6) 

16 Jaoques (6) 
Louise 

M. Madeleine 
Louis 

17 Nicolas (6) 

18 Francois 

M. Madeleine 

M.Rose 

Francois 

19 Louis (6) 
Th^r^se 

M. Ang^lique 
Marie 
(Jenevi^ve 
Louis 
JD Joseph • (6) 

Le meme 
M. Madeleine 
^ M. Angelique 
M. Josette 

21 Jean Baptiste 

22 Joseph 
i^ meme 

M. Josette 

23 Fran9ois (10) 
Le meme 

M. (Jenevi^ve 
M. Th^le 
Marguerite 
Rose 
Andr^ 



Francois 
Jean Baptiste 

24 Andre (10) 
Marguerite 

M. Louise 
Thecle 
Elizabeth 
M. Charlotte 
M. Josette 
Olivier Frs 

25 Basile (10) 
M. Anne 
Amand 
Francois 

P^re Chryslogue 
Pierre 

26 Phillippe 
M. Anne 
Phillipne 

27 Fran9ois (11) 

M. Anne 
M. Angelique 
M. Anne 
Marguerite 



M. Marthe Kfaneau 

S. Frs 172S 
Claude B^Unger h 1751 
Pierre Fabartier .. 1759 
J. B. Bibeau S.J. 1748 

MarieFoumier8.nial736 
Jos. Mercier S.F.8. 1751 
M. Marthe Maranda 

a. P. 1724 
M. Mad. Audet S.J. 1725 
Aug. Martel S.F. 1752 
Jacq. Aveline h 17Git 

Marie Leblanc 8. J. 1733 
M. Jos. Leblanc 
Pierre Dorval S.F. 1770 
Pierre Audet h 1*iO 

Th^r^seRatte S. P. 1734 

Pierre Paradis #. 1784 

JeanBazin S.V. 1774 

Jean Goaselin S.F. 1767 

Ant Morel .. 1783 

Perpetue Audet S.L. 1746 
M. Mad. Gobeil S.J. 1751 
Jo*. Turcot S.F. 1781 
Frs. Paschal « 1796 

Ij». Faucher ., 1803 

M. Th^r^ Baiin SV1728 
M. Chs. Talbot 
M. Mad. Mercier 

Bert. 1739 
Jean Lain^ S. Frs. 1761 
Dorothe FoucherS.F.1768 
Marie Bilodeau S.F. 1749 
Jos. Letoumeau S.F.1771 
Francois Gagnon •• 1791 
Etn. Drouin n 1799 

Julien Mercier k 180S 



M. Ls Drouin S.Fr8. 1757 
Jacq. Gagne m 1775 
Ls. Gagnon t. 1781 

Jos. Gagne .. 1782 

J. Marie Gagne «• 1783 
Frs. Guion ,. 1785 

Jacq. Baudoin, S.F. 1791 

Anne Couture S.F. 176( 
Jacq. Martineau S.F179] 



Genev. Toussaint 

Joe. Beandoin S.M. 179 

M. Anne Gautron 

S.M. 17S 
Michel Goulet S.V. 177J 
Frs. Bruneau •• 1771 
J. B. Ruel ,. ITS 

Aug.ChamberlanS.V.17i^ 



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ASSELIN. 



(U) 



Pierre 
Jftoquet 

9kL Joaette 
Bf. Jcsettt) 
M. Tb^retse 



Micb«l 

Je«n BaptJHto 
Pierre 
» Jean (12) 

M. Antique 
Genen^ve 



30 Joseph 

Genevieve 
Joseph 

31 Jftcqaee (12) 

32 Loais (13) 

33 H (16) 

34 Francois (18) 

35 LoqU (19) 

36 Fnui^ois (23) 

yL Abondante 
M. Rom 
Marguerite 
Unule 

Marie Charles 
Jean Baptiate 
Francois 

37 Jean Baptiate 

(23) 
M. Joeette 
Marie 

Marguerite 
(3ctievi^Te 
David 
FraDoaia 
PierrT 
Martin 



M. Ange. Gautron S.M. 

1756. 
Frs. Denia, S.M 1782 

2^Ch«. Laca«8eS.Ch8.1785 
J. B. Pan^ S.Ch. 1783 
2f> Jacq.GendronS.G.1785 



KLGenev. Lain^S.J.1753 
RenePicard .. 1783 

Job. Beauduin, S. Frs 1778 
2" Etn. Couillard S.J 1788 

M. Joe. Martineau 

S. Frs. 1766 
Joe. L*heureux •• 1788 

rh^le Lain^ S.J. 1767 

Marie Deblois, S.F. 1754 
Perp^tue Dorval S.F 1767 
M. RoeeVaillanoourS.F 
1763 
Louise Paquet S.F 1775 



3BAndr^ 



(23) 



Marguerite 

Andre 

Louifi 

Lememe 

M. Madeleine 

M. Joeettf" 
Jacques 



M. Abondonte Loiseau 
S.F 1770 
Joe. Beaucher t. 1806 
J. B. Loignon .. 1806 
Jacq. Poulin » 1811 

Fiv Foucher .. 1824 
2» Frs. Penat .. 1829 
Jacob Pedeak Q. 



M. Joe. Debloia S.F. 1782 
Jean Guion » 1814 

Claude Guion » 1821 
Isale AM»elin •• 1825 

Jos. Asselin » 1828 



M. Brigitte Gaulin 

S.F. 1789 
Priaque Paquet .. 1813 



Marie Faucher .. 1797 
Pierre Noel Goeselin 

S.F. 1816 
J. B. Primont .. 1830 



39 (MivicT Fni (24) M. Joe. Dalaire S. J 1794 



40 Amand (25) 

Marguerite 
M.fhtele 



41 Pierre (26) 

M Louise 
Marie 
M. Joaette 
Pierre 
Jos^ 
Fm^oia 
Vadmand 



Fse Robertson, S.F. 1792 
Jos. Racine u 1827 

Ls Racine .. 1831 



Marie Drouin S.F. 1799 
Tho. Tardif .. 1847 

Client Plante. S.P. 1839 
Frs. Dupont ,. 1842 



ASSELIN. 



42 Francois 

Lememe 

a Pre Chrysologue 

M. Catherine 
M. Adelaide 

Joseph 

44 Philippe 

45 Pierre (27) 
M. Rosalie 

M. Franfoise 
M. Louise 

Anastasie 

Antoine 

Louis 

46 Jacques (27) 

Josette 

Marie 
Jacques 
Le meme 
Franooise 

47 Michel 
Michel 

48 Pierre 
Genevieve 
Marie 
Marie 
Helene 

Pierre 
Le meme 



Mad. L^toumeau 

S.F. 1813 
Ange Griffart .. 1841 

M. Cath. Campagna 

S. Frs. 1804 

Germ. Baudoin .i 1830 

Jean Zacharie Taillon 

S.P 1845 



M. Joe. Picard S.V. 1775 

M. Ls. Roy S.M. 1782 
Amb. Aub^ .. 1806 
T Oaude Audet S.M. 1814 
Jos. Couture i. 1809 
Jean Philippe Filion 

S.M. 1814 
Pierre Boucher %* 1820 



49 Michel (28) 
Michel 

Noel 

50 JeanBapti8te(28) 
Genevieve 



Julie 
Charles 
Jean Baptiste 
Le meme 

51 Joseph (30) 

Mari^ 
Francois 

52 Philipt)*' (31) 
M. Madeleine 

53 Jacques (36) 
M. Anne 

54 Francois (36) 
Mar^erite 
Mane 
Constance 
Francois Xavier 

55 JeanBapti'e(36) 

M. Luce 

Adelaide 
Hombeline 
M. Josette 
Justine 

Abraham 



Josette Gosselin S.V. 
1787 
Michel B^tie S.M. 1813 
T Jos. Denis .. 1836 

Stanislas Ain^ aC. 1813 

Fse Dupont •• 1801 

Ant. Ouellet .. 1829 
Josette Gosselin 

M. Fse. Boulet S.F. 1757 
Jos. Boulet S.G. 1810 
Aug. Ratte S.G. 1813 
Frs. Verical S.G. 1814 
Abraham Baudoin 

S.G. 1820 

Josette Bruneau S.G. 1828 
V. d'Andr^ Lavoie 
Marie Betil S.M. 1792 



M. Chs. Patry S.M. 1797 
Michel Martineau 

S.M. 1831 
2^ Frs. Mercier .. 1857 
Paul Gautron i. 1837 



M. Jos. Roy S.V. 1824 
M. Anne Gaulin 

S.Frs. 1800 
Ls. Dompierre S.F. 1828 

M. Ange Mimaux 
Jean Viau S.V. 1778 

M. Joe. Bidet S.J. 1798 
Ls Mercier S.L. 1840 
M. Jos. Foucher S.F. 1806 
Aug. Beaucher S.F. 1834 
Ant. Pepin S.F. 1837 
Basile Canac S.F. 1841 

Luduvine Gu^rard 

S.F. 1813 
Eustache Beaucher 

S.F. 1842 
Jos. Drouin S.F. 1846 
F. X. Martineau S.F. 1854 
J. B. Lamoth S.F. 1856 
Onesime Lamothe 

S.F. 1864 



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ASSELIN. 



56 David (37) 
Marp^erite 
David 

57 Fran9oi8 (37) 
Le meme 

58 Pierre (37) 

59 Martin (37) 
Marie 

M. Adelaide 

Julie 

Justine 

Martin 

Pierre 

60 Andr^ (38) 

Justine 

Francois Xavier 
Joseph 
Andre 
Atbanase 

61 Louis (38) 
M. Celina 

62 Jacques (39) 
Philomene 
Celina 

Eusebe 
Fran9ois Xavier 

63 Louis (40) 

M. Louise 

Honorine 
Romuald 
G4 Isale 

Le Merae (41) 
Joseph 
Pierre 
Evariste 

65 Pierre (41) 

Mathilde 
Martin 
Frana)is Xavier 

66 Joseph (41) 
Genevieve 



Joseph 

67 Francois 

68 Ferdinand 

69 Regis 



(41) 

(41) 
(41) 



70 Joseph (l^'m) (43) 

71 Chrysostiime (43) 

72 Joseph (2™m) (43) 
Justine 

73 Joseph (42) 

Philomene 
Flavie 

74 Anto?ne (45) 
Genevieve 
Antoine 

75 Abraham 

Pilizabeth 

76 Jacques (46) 

77 Michel (47) 
7S Piprr.' (48) 
79 Michel (41») 

Anjrt'le 
Ilennine 

M. Victoire 



Marg. MartineauS.F.1811 
Frs. Asselin S.Frs, 1832 

Marie Martineau8.F.1813 
Theotiste Dion S.F. 1824 
M. LePouliot S.F. 1816 
AngeJolin S.F. 1817 
Jean Beaucher S.F. 1837 
Edward Dion S.F. 1841 
F. X. Gagnon S.F. 1846 
F. X. Canac S.F. 1854 



Reparate Gu^rard 

S.F. 1820 
F. X. Gagnon S.F. 1848 



Marie Ouvrard 
Pierre Narcisse Di*n 

S.Frs. 1862 
Emilie V^zina S.F. 1816 
J. B. Gigu^re S.F. 1860 
Joachim Letoumeau 

S.F. 1867 



Ang^le Asselin Cap. S. 

ingnace 
Jacq.NicTradel S.M.1861 



M. Marg. A88elinS.F.1825 
Ang^le Turcot S.F. 1829 



M. Anne Martineau 

S F 1824 
Jean Leblond S.F. 1852 



Genev. Asselin S.F. 1828 
Jean Samuel Lang- 

lois S/P. 1851 

M. Julie Letisard 

S.Frs. 1836 
Marcelline Canac S. F. 1851 
Petronille Martineau 

S.F. 1855 
M. Anne TurootteSJ. 1813 
M. Jos. Dube, Levis 1836 
Justine Drouin S.F. 1846 
F. X. Asselin S.F. 1867 
A. Flavie Beaucher 

S.F. 1837 
Jos. Poire S.F. 1863 

Geo. Gagne S.F. 1868 
Cath. Balan S.V. 1812 
Ls. Cotin S.M. 1839 

Ang^le Mathieu 

S.P.S. 1822 
Jos. Foumier S.P.S. 1840 
M.Jos. PatryS.Chs.lS13 
UrsuleBroihu S.(;. 182S 
Marjf. Rc.y S.G. 1809 

M. Vict. Mar- 

cuux S.Chs. 1812 

Jofe. Lacroix S.Chs, 1839 
Honore Clement 

S.Chs. 1853 
Pierre Clement 

S ChH. laVi 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
ASSELIN. 



Pierre 

Charles 

Edmond 

Joseph 

Marc 

80 Noel (49) 

81 Charles (50) 
M. Angel Florida 

82 JeanBaptiBte(50) 



Philom^e 



(51) 



ncoii 
Nicolas 

84 Francois Xav- 

ier (54) 

Narcisse 
Paul 

85 Abraham (55) 

86 David (56) 

87 Florentin 
Jean Baptiste 

88 Martin (59) 

Joseph 

89 Pierre (50) 

90 Andr6 Atha- 

nahse (60) 

91 Francois Xav- 

ier (60) 

92 Joseph (60) 

93 Eusebe (62) 

94 Frahcois Xa- 

vier (62) 

95 Romuald (63) 

96 Joseph (64) 

97 Evariste (64) 



98 Pierre 

99 Francois 

vier 

100 Martin 

101 Joseph 

102 Antoine 

103 Pierre 

104 Marc 
106 Charles 

106 Joseph 

107 Edward 

108 Nicolas 
Desir^ 

109 Paul 

110 Narcisse 



(64) 
Xa-(65) 

(65) 

my 

(74) 
(79) 
(79) 
(79) 
(79) 
(79) 
(83) 

(84) 

(84) 



111 JeanBaptiste(87) 

112 Joseph (88) 



113 D^ir6 



(108) 



M. Victor Lemelin 

S. Chs. 1819 
Fse. Ba«iuet S.M. 1829 
Eugene Lebrun » 1856 
M. Jos. Chamber- 
Ian S.R. 1831 
Geo. Theophite Trem- 

blay S.R 1860 

Marg. AsselinaFrs. 1832 



M. Ade.Debloi8S.F.1832 



Albine Lamothe 

3. M. 1850 
Ad4 Emond S.Frs. 18&7 
Angi&. Thibaut S.H. 

Henriette Foucher 

S.F. 1843 

Julie L^toomeau 

aF.1860 
Henriette Poulin 

S F 1847 
Cath. Turootte S. J* 1852 
Seraphine Dion S.F. 1858 
Domitelle Ferland 

aP. 1862 
Justine Asselin S.F. 1867 
Hermine McNeil 

S.M. 1858 
Philomene Canac' 

S.F. 1860 
Justine Letoumeau 

S.F. 1860 
Ad6 Leblond S.F. 1862 
Claudine Letoumeau 

F. 1850 
Zo^ Martine%uS.S.F.1862 
Sarah Leclaire S.P. 1855 
Genev. BacquetS.M. 18U 
H^l^ne aement S. M.1841 
LuceLebmn S.M. 1840 
Ange Lacroix aM. 1846 
Zo?Roy S.V. 1850 

Felicit^Lacioix S.M.1859 
M. VictFortier S.Fr8l857 

S^raphine Foucher 

S.F. 1863 

Hombeline Drouin 

S F 1864 

Esther Leraeb'n S.Cb8l824 

Celina Vaillancour 

S.F. 1865 

Rose Rouleau s'.L*. 1880 



AUB6. 



Andre (Anglais) 
M. Genevieve 
M. Agathe 
M. Tx>ui8e 



M. Josette 
M. Anne 



Andre 



Genev. Fradet S.V. 
Jos. Beaucher » 
Aug. Roy .. 

Ls Langiois •• 

2" Jos. Marie Rou- 
leau S. V. 
Jos. Lemieux h 
Michel Lemieux •• 
2° Michel Balan 

lU-rt 



1713 
1735 
1740 
1747 

1758 
1754 
1761 

1750 



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Augustm 
BoaifAoe 
Pierre 
Francois 
2 Andre 



3 Aogustin 

GuiUftume 

•Toaeph 

Jean Bapttste 

4 Pierre 
M. Josette 

5 Booifaoe 
Madeleine 
Joaeph 
Andr^ 
Booifaoe 
Andre 
Lememe 

6 Fran^oift 



(1) 
(1) 



(1) 
(1) 



(1) 



Genevieve 

M. Marguerite 

M. Joaette 

M. Louise 

\L CniATlotte 

Fran9oiBe 

Roee 

Francois 

Jean iBaptiste 
7 Antoine 

Pierre 
K Gaillaume (3) 

Marie 
9 JeanBftptiflte(3) 

M. Anne 

3tlar^^uerite 

Angelique 

Roaalie 

Guillaume 

Je^n Bapdste 

Priaque 

FranJ^ois 

Pierre 
lOJfMeph 

Louise 

Archang^e 



(3) 



Marcel 
(■abriel 
Raimond 

11 Andi^ (5) 
Lememe 

H. Louise 

M.ChAriotte 

M. Josette 

Andre 

Jean B»ptute 

Etienne 

12 Boniface (5) 
Andr^ 
Leni^me 

M. Anne 
Judith 
Marie 
Louis 

13 Joseph (5) 

14 An.biTriae (5) 

15 Fran^^ (H) 
MarKuerite 
Jean Baptiste 
Lememe 

18—13 



AUBli. 



M. Anne Remillard 

S.V. 1748 

M. Anne Lemieux 

Bert. 1751 



M. Jos. Blais Bert. 1758 
Etn. Lebrun S.V. 1774 
M. Mad. Blais Bert 1762 
Chs. Morisset S-Chs. 1789 



M. Anne Beauober 

S.G. 1799 
M. Judith Tangle 

S.V. 1762 
Fr^ Bolduc " 1791 

Jean Blais •• 1798 

Jos. Jobin M 1803 

Andre Blais .. 1808 

Jacq. Thivierge .• 1814 
Michel Blais .. 1818 
Frs. Cochon S.G. 1813 



Vict. Letoumeau 

Marie Roy S.V. 1786 
Fred. Daigle S.Ohs. 1851 
M. AnnePouliotS.G.1786 
Andr^ Brochu 8.(4. 1807 
Frs. Patry S.G. 1818 

Michel Labb^ HM. 182G 
Ls. Vien B. 1825 



Louis Blouin Bert 1793 { 
Pierre Couture S.G. 1818 
Amb. Limieux S.G. 1821 | 
2" Pierre Boisson- 
neau S.G. 1827 I 



M. Jos. Gautron S.M.1792 
M. Ls Dussaut, Levis 1797 
F.X.BaudoinS.Cbs.l821 
Ls Goulet S.Chs. 1844 
Lh Leclaire S.Chs. 1829 



Vict Genest S.Chs. 1793 

Julieune Pepin 

S.Chs. 1799 
Pierre LefebvreS.G. 1823 
Jean Audet S.G. 1828 
Magi. Morin S.V. 1837 

M.MartheRoyS.M.1796 
Rosalie AsselinaM. 1806 
Marg. Bolduc S.V. 1799 
Andre Roby S.V. 1823 

Barbe Roby S.V. 1820 



Euphemie 
Francois Xavier 
Pierre 

16 Jean Baptiste (6) 

17 Andre 

M. Ang^le 

18 Pierre (7) 

19 Jean Baptiste (9) 

Michel 

20 Guillaume 

21 Prisque 

22 Fran9ois 

Francois 
Le meme 
Ferdinand 

23 Pierre (9) 

25 Raiuond (10) 

26 Gabriel 10) 



(9) 
(9) 

(9) 



26 Marcel 

27 Andre 

EuUlie 



(10) 

(11) 



28 JeanBapti8te(ll) 

29 Etienne (11) 
Ad^le 
Catherine 
Virginie 

Philom^ne 

Etienne 

Andr^ (12) 

29 Louis (12) 

30 Amable 
Mathilde 
Calixte 

32 JeanBapti8te(15) 

33 Francois Xa- 

vier (15) 

34 Fran9oi8 Xa- 

vier (15) 

35 Pierre (15) 

36 Michel (19) 

37 Francois (22) 

38 Ferdinand (22) 

39 Etienne (29) 



40 Calixte 
41 



(31) 



F. X. Guilmet S.V. 1849 



M. Mad. Goeselin 

S. y. 1807 
Euphroeine Beaulieu 

S. Marguerite 
Jos. Goupy 15. 1841 

Marie Couture S.G. 1819 
M. Genev. Laoroix 

S.G. 1811 

Marg. Lacroix S.G. 1816 
Marg. Bilodeau 

S.Chs. 1828 
Filicite Dangucuger 

B. 1829 

Marie Couture B. 1834 

Ange. Couture S.Cha.1834 
Josette Lemieux S.G. 1821 
Marcelline Boissonneau 

S.H. 1831 
Ursule BouchaniS. V.1832 
Archange Leclaire 

S. Chs. 1825 
Hilaire Couture 

S. Chs. 1852 
Henriette Marseau 

S.V. 1827 
Cath. ChabotS. Chs! 1827 
Paul Boulet S. Chs. 1853 
Chs. Cot^ S. Chs. 1853 
Abraham Leblond 

S. Chs. 1857 
Piorre LeblondS. Chs. 1860 

Marthe Bisson S. Chs. 1818 
Marg. Charron S.G. 1824 
Fse. Lefebvre S.Anselme 
^ic. Boulet S. Chs. 1856 

Apolline Marseau 

S.V. 1838 

Luce Gautron S.V. 1850 

MathUdeRoy S.V. 1868 
Agn^ Guilmet S.V. 1858 
Ehz. Perrin B. 1826 

M. Ls Nadeau B. 1852 
Gertrude Goupy S. M. 1865 
Marg. Bourassa 

S. Chs. 1858 
Octa vie BouflFart S. V. 1 869 



1 Pierre 
Jean 

( rabriel 

Pierre 

Charles 

2 Jean 

3 Pierre 
Axathe 

M. Th^r^se 
Louis 
Le nieme 

4 Gabriel 
Ther^se 

5 Charles 

6 .Tfiseph 
Jacques 



AUBIN. 

Marie Paradis S.P. 



Eliz. Chesnay S.P. 1724 
Marg. Marooux S.P. 1730 
Philippe Noer S.P. 1756 
J.B. Roy AudyS.P.1763 

(ienev. Couture S.P. 1752 
(1) M. Jos. Leclaire S. P. 1741 

^gn. Roberge S.P 1760 
(I) Genev. Blouard S.P. 1767 

M. Anne Michaud 



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7 Louis (S) 
Marguerite 

M. Ang^lique 

A^be 

Pierre 

Louis 

8 Jaoques (6) 

M. Marthe 

Le roeme 

Roee 

Marffuerite 

Angelique 

Fnnoois 

9 Joeeph 

10 M (9) 

11 Pierre (7) 
Marguerite 

Louis (7) 

12 Elizabeth 

Henriette 

Isidore 
18 Jean Baptiste 

Cbarlee 
H Francois 
15 Louis (11) 



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16 Charles 

17 Louis 
Joseph 

18 Isidore 

19 Leon 



(18) 



(12) 
(12) 



M. Homb^line 

Ignaoe 

Leon 

20 Joseph (17) 

21 Ignace Leon (19) 



Genev. Noel S. P. 1767 

Pierre B^ard .. 1788 

Ign. Roberge u 1797 

Pierre Piobet •• 1798 

Jos. Couture .. 1802 



Marthe Rousseau 

aP S. 1768 
Joe. Carrier » 1794 
M. Mad.Gagne .. 1782 
LauientBaoquet 8.0.1814 
Chs. Carbooneau .. 1816 
Jaoq. Labreoque i* 1820 

M.Ch8.FreohetS.An. | 

M.Ch8.LeclaireS.P. 1770 , 
Genev. Cr^peau .. 1799 
JeanGodbout S.F. 1819 
2»NarcisseTe8sier .. 1845 [ 
Elix. Mirand S.P. 1807 ] 
Aug. Nolin u 1831 I 

2" JeanCollard .. 1840 - 
Jean Jalbert .« 1841 

Fse. Croteau 

Judith Audet S.G. 1810 
M. Anne Crepeau 

S.P. 1826 
M. Jos. Ferlant .. 1824 
M. Jos. Miville S. Andre 

Henriette Gosselin 

S.L.1838 
Scolastique Groulet 

S.P. 1844 
Jean Pie Ferlant'.. 1869 



Marie Fortin S.V. 1866 
M Demerine Poulin 

S.P. 1867 



AUDET-LAPOINTE. 

^1 Nicolas 
Marie 
Nicolas 
Pierre 
^Joseph 



Mad. Despr^ S.F. 1670 
MauriceCrepeauS.J. 1702 



*Fran9oi8 
Innocent 
Joachim 

2 Nicolas (1) 
M. Madeleine 
Marie 

M. Anne 
Genev ie\e 
Th^r^ 
Jean 
Louis 

3 Pierre (1) 
M. Madeleine 
Genevieve 
Guillaume 
Pierre 

4 Jos^ (1) 
M. Josette 

II 
Catherine 
Jean Francois 
Joseph 
Gabriel 



M. Ls. Chabot S.L. 1697 
Jaoq. Turcot u 1726 

Mathurin Boilard i. 1729 
PierreFrs. Pouliot .. 1730 
Aug. Dumas .. 1733 

Jacq. Gendron B. 1743 



Marie Dumas S. J. 1698 
Pierre Terrien .. 1726 
Pierre Letang .« 1758 



Jeanne Pouliot S.L. 1703 ' 
Jos. Turcot S.J. 1732 
2" Ign. Terrien ., 1750 
AnUViger .. 1751 



5 Jean Baptiste (1) 
Perpetue 

M. Ang^que 
M. Madeleine 
M. Charlotte 
Pierre 
Jean Baptiste 

6 Francois (1) 
M. Maivuerite 
M. Madeleine 
Jean Francis 
Franfois 
Louis 

Pierre 

7 Innocent (1) 

8 Joachim (1) 

9 Joeeph 

M. Charlotte 

Joseph 

Le ineme 

Basilesse 

Guillaume 

Lememe 

10 Jean (2) 
M. Anne 
Marie 

M. Genevieve 
M. Madeleine 
M. Th^T^se 
M. C6cile 
M. Louise 
Jean 
Pierre 
Laurent 

11 Louis (2) 
Marie 
Ang^lique 

M. Louise 
Catherine 
Ther^ 
Louis 

12 Antoine 
M. Anne 

'Louis 
Charles 
Barthe 
Ignace 

13 Piene (8) 
Francis 
Gabriel 

14 Guillaume (3) 
Francois 
(vabnel 

15 Jean 

M. Anne 
Louis 
Le meme 

16 Jean Francois (4) 

17 Joseph (4) 

18 Gabriel (4) 



Louis 

Jean Baptiste 

19 Jean Baptiste (5) 

20 Pierre (5) 
JjC meme 



Louis 
21 Fran9oi8 

Mar^erite 
Matie 



(6) 



Jean Franfois 



M. Ls. Godbout aL. 170g 
Jos. Asselin «i 1746 

Simon Lheureux u 1750 
Jaco. Asselin S. J. 1725 
Ls. Terrien h 1751 



Mary Bernard S.L. 1709 
Jean Gaulin » 1733 

Blare Dufresne n 17S8 



Genev. Lemelin t. 1710 

Louise Roberge n 1716 
M. Chs. Jahan S. J. 1725 

Ant. Fontaine h 1753 

M. Anne Terrien .. 1740 

Jean Marie Lain^ .i 1764 

M. Joe. Plante .. ITCl 
M.AnneJoanne S.L. 179S 

Alexis Picard .. 1750 

Ls. Coulombe i. 1757 

Chs. Diera .. 1757 

Florent Dubeau .. 1799 

J. B. Brunet .. 1761 

Henry Roy .. 17© 

Laurent Lemelin •• 1770 



Ang^ Drapeau B. 1741 
Chs. Fortier a Chs. 1773 
Pierre Royer «. 1777 
Pierre Golhselin .. 1778 
Pieire Belleau a H. 1790 
Chs. Pepin .. 1790 

M. Jos. Pepin 

Frs. Fontaine S.J. 1771 



Marie Labrecque S.L 1727 
M. B4ad. Turcot S.F. 1742 



Marie Dabret 

Chs. Nsdeau S.Chs. 1776 

Maiv. Emond aChs. 1765 
Mane Joeeph a J. 1743 
Marie Pepm S.J. 1732 
M. Felicite Hautbois 

aR.1753 
Baie des Chaleur» 



Cath. Rondeau S.J. 1732 
An^ Charlan S.F. 1750 
2«»M.Th6r^Thibaut 

aF.a 1762 

M. Mad. Baillargeon 

S.L, 1786 
Jaoq. Letoumeaua L. 1763 
JeanLeclaire .. 1763 

2° Pierre Beaucher •« 1777 



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Louis 

Pierre 

AagmtiD 

Lememe 
n Jcu Fnofois (6) 

Fnuifois 

G^neviive 

M. Bdadeleine 

IL Jotette 

JeAO Bapiiste 

Matu 

Franooise 
S Pierre (6) 

Frmn^oise 

Louis 
MLods (6) 

Msrie 

0«»eTi6ve 
35 Jean Baptiste 

H. Charlotte 

M. Anne 

Pierre 

Fnooois 
ISJowpb (9) 

Iftarffaerite 

M. Aime 

Beooit 

Joteph 

Guiuauine 

Xioolas 

Jeso Baptiste 
27 Goillauiiie (9) 

M; Ang^lique 

M. Anne 



Hiofael Olivier 
Louis 
Antoine 
» Jean (10) 

Tb^reae 



Aogi^ique 
A^the 
XMOlae 
Jean 

29 Luirent 
Mv^nerite 
Mane 
Pela^ie 
Laurent 
Goillaunie 
Henri 

30 Pierre 



(10) 



(10) 



(11) 
(12) 



31 Louis 
38 Louis 

Hel^e 
» (Varies (12) 

M. Anne 

Pierre 
» Barthelemie (12) 

M. Anne 
Euphrosine 
Eoitache 
Jean Baptiste 
Barthelemie 
Pierre 
Ignaoe 
95 Ignaoe (12) 

Bfarie 
Francois 
Gbarl« 
Louis 
18-13J 



M. Anne Go88elinS.L.1762 
G^nev. LeolaireS.L. 1742 
Alexia Dumas it 1770 
Ls. Lemelin •• 1772 

Ant. Turffebn » 177S 
Jaoq. Godbout .. 1781 



Fse. Mailly S.L. 1749 
Martin Dinhard Bert 1775 

Marg. Dumas S.L. 1750 
JeanShafer S.L. 1784 
Nic. Meyer " 1785 

M. Agathe Graffart 

Avant 1746 
Gab. Royer S.J. 1769 
J. B. Faquet .. 1789 



Marg.ThivierpfeaJ. 1756 
Laurent Fortier m 1784 
Jean S. Pierre » 1786 



M. Ange Delates. J. 1763 
Laurent Thivierge n 1790 
J. B. Timblay „ 1799 
Pierre Coulombe .. 1801 



Genev. CivadierS.L. 1784 
Joachim Goeselin 

S. Chs. 1781 
AntLetoumeau %> 1793 
Jos. Turgeon » 1793 



Marg. CkmlombeS.L. 1763 
Jos. Leclaire .. 1796 
Pierre Bernard S. V. 1797 
J.B. BeauoherS.F.S.1801' 



Genev. L^toumeau 

S.P. 1769 
Genev.Ferlant S.Chs. 1762 
H^^eLangloi8S.L. 1770 
Joe. Blouin S.J. 1794 
M. AnneLangloisS.L. 1773 
Joe. Dalaire 8.J. 1802 

M. Reine Boucher 

S. Chs. 1773 
Jos. Fortier S.G. 1809 
Ls. Verieul .. 1812 



Th^tiate Bilodeau 

S. Chs. 1774 
Andr^H^ie S.H. 1809 



AUDET-LAFOINTE. 



Joseph 

36 Antoine (12) 
Marguerite 
Catherine 
Francoise 
Elizabeth 
Victoire 
Ang^ique 

Antoine 
Jean Baptiste 

37 Antoine 
Le meme 
Ang^le 
Luce 
Elie 
Antoine 
Marc 
Marcel 

38 Fran9oi8 (13) 

39 Chailes (13) 

40 Franoois (14 
Lememe 
Ftancois 

41 Gabriel (14) 
Le meme 

42 Louis (15) 

Charlotte 

Marie 

Adelaide 

Gabriel 

Pierre 

Lememe 

43 LouU (18) 

44 JeanBapti8te(18) 

45 Louis (20) 

46 Louis • (21) 
M. Genevieve 
M. Joeette 
Guillaume 
Louis 

Jean 

47 JeanFran9ois(21) 

48 Pierre (21) 
Ang^lique 
Joeette 

Marie 

Claude 

Augustin 

Louis 

Pierre 

Michel 

Jean 

Joseph 

49 Augustin (21) 
Marie 
Ang^ique 
Augustm 

Jean 
Guillaume 

50 JeanBaptiste(22) 
M. Victoire 
Francoise 
Antome 
Pierre 

Jean Francois 

51 Marc (22) 

Charlotte 
Judith 
Jean 
Francois 



Marg. Leoours S.Chs. 1774 
Etn. Gontier » 1797 



Etn. 0>uture 
Joe. Royer 
Jos. Bisson 
Andr^ Bemier 
AlexandreDuquet 
2° Ls. Morin 



1797 
1803 
1805 
1803 
1809 
1814 



Marg. Couture 
Th^rdse Couture S.G.17S1 
J. B. Paquet S. Chs. 1817 
Aug. Picard .. 1835 



M. Joeeph Leblanc 

S.J. 1764 
Marie GobeU S.F. 1765 
M. Ange Pepin S. J. 1773 
M. Joe. Drouin •. 1782 

Fse. Vermet S.H. 1794 
M. Ange. Guion h 1801 
M.Ch8.Gos8elin 

S. Chs. 1778 
J. B. Fortier S.G. 1818 
Germ. Dion .i 1825 

Frs. Dion .. 1826 



Reine Lamare S.G. 1827 

V. d'Ignace Roy. 
Genev. Nadeau Bert. 1800 
Marie Garon* S.G. 1787 
Ange. Lepage S.Chs. 1782 
Th6cle Fortier S.G. 

Jean Dumas S.L. 1804 
Pierre Cinqman n 1796 



Th^r^ Letoumeau 

S.L. 1763 
Ang6.roumier S.Chs 1772 
J. B. Garant S.G. 1792 
Pierre Garant .t 1798 
Ign. Nadeau .. 1813 



Marie Nadeau S.Chs. 1773 
Frs. Patouel S.G. 1795 
Fra. Moor ., 1810 



Genev. Langlois S.L. 1776 
Joe. Chabot •. 18<H 

Jos. Delisle .. 1845 



M. Anne Gendreau 

S.L. 1778 
Rene Tangu^ S.G. 1806 
Fra.Aubin •• 1810 



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52 Francois (22) 

Jean 

Frau9oi8 

Pierre 

53 LouU (23) 

54 Pierre (25) 
M. Madeleine 

55 Fran9ois (25) 
Marie 
Francois 
Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 
Le meme 
C^ile 
Louis 

56 Gabriel 

Auirustin 
Joseph 

57 Joseph (26) 
Le meme 



58 Nicolas 

59 Guillaurae 
Julie 



(26) 



Hubert 
Joseph 
<K) Benoit (26) 

Marguerite 

61 Jean Bapti8te(26) 
Pierre 

62 Antoine (27) 

63 Louis (27) 

64 Michel Olivier 

(27) 
M. Louise 
M. Louise 
Marguerite 
Julie 
Luce 
Narcisse 
Jean Baptiste 
Michel 
Joseph 

Jean (28) 

Nicholas (28) 
Paul 

Henri (89) 

M. Chariotte 
M. Marguerite 
M. Angelique 
Louise 
Genevieve 
M. Josette 
Michel 
Louis 
Henri 

Laurent (29) 
M. Madeleine 
Laurent 
Antoine 
Joseph 

Guillaume (29) 
Pierre (33) 

Eustache (34) 
Pierre (34) 



Francois 
Ignace 



(34) 



Barthelemi (34) 
JeanBapti8te(34) 
Joseph (35) 



M. Anne Godlx)ut 

S.L. 1786 



(Jenev.Nadeau S.Fr8.18<X) 
M. Rose A8selinS.F.1770 
Jos. Curadeau S.J. 1801 
M. Frse Delage, S.J.1789 
Julien Rousseau SL. 1819 



Marg.Chatigny, S.J.1803 
J. B. Morin .. 1823 

Marie Desnoyers,Baie des 
Chaleurs. 



M. Chs. Lebrun S. Chs. 1789 
Scolostique Thibault 

S.Chs. 1825 
M.Jos. Audebert aj.l787 
Marie Goupy S.M. 1792 
Chrysostine Leclair 

S.G. 1823 



Agathe Poulet S.P. 1791 
Ls. Servant S.J. 1826 
Brigitte Lebrun S.G. 1793 

Agathe Thibault .. 1789 
Ange. Trerablay S.J. 1793 

M. Ls. Tremblay S.J. 1803 
Ant. Gosselin S.J. 1825 
Ant. Fortier S.J. 1830 
Abraham RoyerS.J. 1830 
Frs. Pouliot 
Ls. Dion 



Ange Baudin S.Chs. 1782 
M. Fse, ValleeS.M. 1787 

M. Jos. Mercier S. V. 1785 
Ls. Lemieux S.V. 1809 
Etn.RemiUard S.V.I 814 
Michel Bernard S.V. 1817 
Jean Roy S.V. 1820 

Jos. Patouel .S.V. 1821 
Jean Roy S.V. 18:^ 



M. Mad.GoP8elinS.L.1789 
Amb. Dumas S.L. 1812 



Marg. Roy S.V. 1801 
Marg. Buteau S.G. 1803 
M. Vict. LetellierS. V. 1801 
Marie Baillargeon 

S.G. 1803 

M. Anne Baillargeon 

S.G. 1803 
Angele Boutin S.G*. 1803 
TheodisteBoutinS. V. 1825 
Marie Dalaire S.G. 1803 



Marie 
Ang<^le 

It 
Pierre 
Jean Baptiste 
Fran9oi8 

77 Fran^oie (85) 
M. Joeette 

Marguerite 
Maroelline 
Francois 

78 Charles (35) 
David 

79 Louis (35) 

80 Antoine (36) 

81 Antoine 
Le meme 

82 JeanBaptiste(36) 

Anastasie 

Lememe 

M. Victoire 

M. Emelie 

Jean 

Joseph 

Pierre 

83 Charles 
Marguerite 

84 Marc (37) 



Ant. Roy B. 1S38 

Jos. Purgeon B. 1839 

2" Pierre Terrier B. 1847 



M. Joe. MercierS. Chs. 1818 
Pierre Labreoque 

S.Ch«. 1831 
Chs. Vien S.Cha. 1840 
Pierre Vien S-Chs. 1841 

Agathe Bedard S.G. 1813 

C^rieDuquetS. Chs. 1829 
Ange Duquet S.Chs. 1803 
Mad. Boulet 
Charlotte Tangue 

S.V. 1838 
Anastasie Goaaelin 

S.Chs. 1810 
Jos. Mercier S.Chs. 18» 
M. Ls. Pelchat S.Ch8.1812 
Ls. Goulet S.Chs. 1825 
Ls. Leclaire 8. Chs. 1850 



85 Elie 

86 Antoine 



(37) 
(37) 



Joeette St. Louis 

Louis Roy S.G. 1825 

Charlotte Campeau 

S.G. 1818 
dJonstanoe Goeselin 

S.Ch8. 1819 
Suaanne Couture 

aCh8.1823 
Marie Godbout S.G. 1829 
M. Mad. Tremblay 

S.J. 1799 

Julie Frs. Bouchard S.J. 1825 

M. Madeleine Ant. Fontaine S.J. 1836 
Ceoile Jos. MariePlante S.J. 1827 

Barbe Laurent Tremblay 

aJ. 1835 
Etn. Thivierge S.J. 1836 

(42) M.Marg.FortierS.V.1803 



87 Marcel (37) 

88 Fran9oib (40) 



Emerence 
Francois Isaac 

89 Gabnel (4 
Louis 
Gabriel 
Thomas 

90 Pierre (42) 
Laurent 

91 Louis (46) 

92 (vuillaume 

Justine 

Pierre 

Louis 

David 

(Tuillaume 

Francois 

93 Jean (46) 

Genevieve 

Angele 

Sophie 

Jean 
(veorge 
Pierre 
Franfois Xavier 

94 Pierre (48) 
Antoine 

95 Augustin (48) 
Marie 



Marg. Guay S.G. 182S 

M. Chs. Gosselin 

S,Ch8.179J 
Vict. Baillargeon 

S.L. 18t*7 
David Choret S.L 1838 



Genev. Baillargeon 

S.L18W 

Alexis Poliquin B. 1839 

Michel Turgeon S.M.1847 

Jean Gualbert Martineau 

S.M. 1850 



Marg. Bouchard S.G.1799 

Marie Diers aO. 1800 
Alexis Leclaire S.G. 1820 



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G«oeTieve 

Aiwnstui 

96 Louis (48) 
Tlunille 
Marcenine 
Micbel 

LoaiB 

Francois Xavier 
Jean Mptiste 
Etienne 

97 Michel (48) 
Oedfe 

Michel 
% CUode (48) 

Lememe 
n Jowph (48) 



Lememe 

•decile 
IMJean 
m Jean 

Lcmise 



F^reol Roy 
Fra. Gontier 



8.G. 1824 
S.G. 1826 



(48) 
(49) 



103 Angustin (49) 
Marie 

Mafguerite 
August in 

l«S Gnillaume (49) 

GoiUaatne 
m Astotne (50) 

Maiguerite 
Atttoioe 
IfePiem- (50) 

M. Seraphine 

Zephirin 

Francois Xavier 
1«S Jean (51) 

Marie 

Marguerite 

Jean 
W G*nais (51) 

Marguerite 
\m Francois (51) 

Krailie Victoire 
109 Jean (52) 

Juhe 

Emilie 

M. Esther 
Susanne 
JeanElie 
Jean 
Pierre 
no Fieri** (52) 

111 Francois (52) 

112 Francois (55) 
V^D^ande 

M. Louise 

CMe 

J^r^ie 

Paul 

Fianoois 

113 Jose^ (55) 
U4 JeanBaptiste(55) 

Latn^me 

Seraphine 
m Loott (55) 

Fkirenoe 



M. Ls. PelchatS.Ch8.1801 
Vital Lemieux .. 1855 
Jos. Roy S.M. 1841 



M. Chs.FrtjgueS.G. 1806 
Jaoq. Gagnon » 1828 

Rosalie Asselin S.M. 1814 
Marie Qu^set S.G. 1826 
Archange Nadeau 

S.G. 1808 
Cecile Lefebvre 

S. Chs. 1818 
Alexis Couture .. 1840 
ArchanffeLasant^.G. 1807 
Louise Dalaire S.G. 1805 
Joe. Alaire n 1824 

Marie Dalaire S.G, 1801 
Lug. Alaire n 1825 

Pierre Gagnon ti 1829 



M. Le. Genest S.G. 1823 

Marg. BaiUargeon 

8.L. 1819 
Laurent Godbout .. 1841 

Vict FonUine S.J. 1822 
Jos. Zoel Tremblay 

S.L. 1864 



Marthe Ratte S.G. 1802 
Pierre Caman n 1827 
Ant Foumier .. 1830 

M. Anne Chainberlan 

S. G. 1811 
Pierre Guay B. 1849- 

Vict Thibaut S.G. 1820 
Isidore FradetS.M. 1846 
M. Ls. Turcot S.F. 1814 
Fre. R«ps Dion .. 1839 
Moise Letoumeau 

S.F. 1843 
Jean Vaillancour i. 1853 
Chs Deblois .. 1855 



Justine Gu^rard S. F. 1826 
Luce De Viller 
Ang^Ie Audibert S.J. 1812 
Jos. Pepin ., 1836 

Ls. Poulin .. 1842 

F. X. Thivierge .. 1842 



M. Anne H^lie S.J. 1815 
Mad. Goeselin S.J. 1823 
Constance Boissonneau 

S.J. 1835 
Nazaire Pepin .. 1858 
Marie Labrecque 

S.Ch8. 1828 
Michel Lacroix S.V. 18.56 



AUDET-LAPOINTE. 



116 Magloire 
Lemdme 

117 Augustin (56) 
U8 Joseph (56) 

119 Joseph (59) 

120 Hubert (59) 

121 Pierre 62) 

122 Miohel (64) 

123 JeanBapti8te(64) 

124 Joseph (64) 

125 Narcisse (64) 

126 Paul (66) 
Marguerite 
Catherine 

Olive 

Hermine 

Charles 

127 Michel (67) 
M. Marthe 

Marguerite 
Soulange 
Michel 
Louis 

128 Louis (67) 
M. Einilie 

M. Luce 

129 Henri (67) 
Sara 

130 Antoine (68) 

131 Laurent (68) 
Salome 
(Jenevieve 
Jerome 

Le meme 

132 Joseph (68) 

Maivuerite 

CyrUle 

Joseph 

133 Fran5oi8 (72) 

134 Pierre (76) 

135 Fran«)i6 (76) 

136 JeanBapti8te(76) 

137 Frangois (77) 

138 David (78) 

139 Jean (82) 

140 Pierre (82) 

141 Joseph (82) 

142 Jean Baptiste 
Jean Leon 

143 Prosi^er 
Le meme 

144 Paul 

Le meme 

145 Frs. Isaac (H8) 
Francois Isaac 

146 Gabriel (89) 

147 Thomas (89) 

148 Louis (89) 

149 Laurent (90) 

150 GuUlaume (92) 

151 Louis (92) 
M. Aurelie 

M. Sara 

M. Josephine 

Louis 



Luoe Lemieux, Levis 
Ang^le Lepage B. 1841 
Marie Pepin S.J. 1819 
Marie Pepin S.J. 1827 
Marie Ledaire S.G. 1822 
Ang6. Guay ' S.G. 1827 
C^ile Leolaire S.G. 1822 
M. Cath. Ginchereau 

S.Fr8. 1832 
C^ile Pepin S. J. 1<H5 
Maroelline Blouin 

S.J 1847 
M. Anne Dalaire S.' J. 1851 
Marg. Chabot S. Chs 1812 
Ls. Foumier .• 1838 
Anselme Rouillard 

S.Chs. 1840 
Pierre Pepin i. 1845 
Modiste Naud .. 1849 

Marg. Pioard S.F.S. 1813 
Etn. FrWeric Cochon 

S.M. 1841 
Ed. Carbonneau .. 1848 
Frs. Gontier S.V. 1845 



Cath.R^millard S.V. 1814 
AdrienMarseau n 1835 
F. X. Herpe .. 1835 

Marg. Roy S.G. 1829 
BasiTe Chabot S.Chs 1864 
M. Jos. Beaulieu 
Genev. Pouliot S.L. 1813 
Jean Couture 
Frs. Godbout S.L. 1858 

Marie Cinqmars S.L. 1839 
M.Anne Coulombe 

S.L.1833 
Jos. Emond ** 1871 



Hermine Corriveau 

S V 1846 
Josette Turgeon B. 1839 
Ad^ Turgeon B. 1841 
M. Ls. Turgeon B. 1844 
>L Auge Lacasse 

S.Chs. 1834 
Marcelline Coulombe 

S.Chs. 1842 
AnastasieCot^ S. Chs. 1840 
Anastasie Chabot 

aChs. 1840 
Caroline Turgeon 

S.Chs. 1854 
M. Henriette Finley Q. 

Flore Gaumont 
M.Eudoce RuelS.Ch8l843 
Marg. Gosselin 
( Jene v. Gosselin S. Ch8l845 
M. Chs. Helie S.J. 1826 

Marg. BilodeauS.G. 1827 
Eliz. Boulet S.G. 1830 
SophieChabot S.Chs. 1840 
M.AnnePaquet 

S.Chs. 1862 
Zo6 Gagnon Bert 1842 
Theodiste PichetS.L.1843 
Damase Pouliot *' 1864 
Frs. Dion " 1865 

Ed. Maronda " 1865 



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162 Pierre 


(92) 


Le meme 




163 David 


(92) 
92| 


154 Francois 


165 Jean 


93 


M. Luoe Jeanne 


156 Pierre 


(98) 


M. Genev.Arcad 


M. Luoe Olympe 


Albert 




157 Frangoia Xavier 




(93 
(93) 


158 George 


169 Antoine 


(94) 


160 AugUBtin 


(95 1 


161 Louis 


(96) 


M. Salome 




Gervais 




162 Etienne 


(96) 


163 Michel 


(96) 


164 Francois Xavier 

(96) 

165 JeanBapti8t©(96) 


166 Michel 


(97) 


167 Louis 


(101) 


168 Pierre 


(102) 


Marguerite 


J 


169 Augustin 
160 Gmilaume 


(102) 


(103) 


171 Antoine 


(104) 


172 Zephirin 


(105 


173 Francois Xavier 




(105) 


174 Jean 


(106) 


175 Jean 


(109) 


176 Jean Elie 


(109) 


177 Pierre 


(109) 


178 Jeremie 


(112) 


Le meme 




179 Paul 


(112) 


M. Caroline 


180 Francois 

181 Charles 


(112) 


(126) 


182 Michel 


(127) 


183 Louis 


(127) 


184 Jerome 


(131) 


185 C>rille 


(132) 



i86 Joseph (132) 

187 Jean I^n (142) 

188 Frs. Isaac (145) 



189 Louis 

190 Albert 



(151) 
(156) 



Ade Dumas aL. 1845 
M. Jos. Campeau " 1863 
ApoUine Beaudoin ** 1854 
M. Em^lie Langlois '* 1869 
Genev.Poliquin S.M.1837 
Edmond Patry *• 1864 
Eroelie M^ridie ** 1838 
Jo8. Nap. Eraser " 1862 
PierreDamienCotin" 1865 



Renaud 
Luce Anastasie Beaucher 
B. 1844 
MartheLemieux S.G.1826 
Marg. Bruneau *' 1826 
M-Ang^leGontier " 1827 
Frs. Plante S.Chs. 1869 

M.Chs Bemier S.Chs 1833 
M.Chantal Goupy 

S.M.1840 
M. Vict. Gautron ** 1840 
Emile Paquet ** 1848 
SophieCoutureS. Chs. 1835 
Sophie MarandaS.L.1859 
Marg. Dalaire S.c;. 1809 
Prudent Talbot ** 1829 
Genev. GafinonS.V. 1829 
Em^lie Gagnon S.(;. 1830 
Marie CAte S.L. 1846 
Auree Morisset S.L. 1861 

Marie Ruel " 1861 

Judith Aube S.G. 182S 
Ad^ Ferland S.F. 1846 
Philomene Clusiau 

S. P. 1860 
Justine Letoumeau 

S.F. \mt 
Cwile Campeau S.L. 1841 
Marie Pouliot S.J. 
M.Caroline Plante 

S.P. 1846 
Lj*. Jos. Conture ** 1867 
Eliz. Pouliot S.J. 1845 
Leocadie Roy S.Ch8.1847 
MarieBilodeau B«rt. 1840 
Emerentienne Pilote 

S M 1842 
Th^tiste PichetS.L.* 1864 
M. Eugenie Chabot 

S.L. 1865 
Arth^mise Pouliot 

S.L. 1H72 
Louise Flora Fra8*»r 

B. 1843 
Seraph ine Labreoque 

S.J. 1848 
Salome Audet S.L. 1876 
M. Olymphe Z^phirine 
Roy S.V. 1868 



AUDIBERT-LAJEUNESSE. 



Etienne 
M. Madeleine 
Dorothee 
M. Josette 
Jean Fran9oi8 
Etienne 
Joseph 

: Etienne (1) 

M. Madeleine 
M. Josette 



Cath. Bochon S.F. 1699 
Claude Campeau S. F. 1732 
Chs. Plante » 1740 

Claude Lefebvre 1742 



M. Mad. Fontaines. J. 1739 
Jean Vivier n 1763 

Nicolas Audet .. 1787 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
AUDIBERT-LAJEUNKSSE. 



3 Jean Fran9oi8 (1) 
M. Charlotte 
Prisque 
Pierre Noel 
Jean Marie 

4 Joseph 



M. Mad. Plante S. F. 1742 
Ls. Baillargeon i. 1779 



(1) M. Ang^ GrefFart 

S. J. 1744 
(8) M. Anne Letoumeau 

S.P. 1775 
Marie Dufresne S.L. 1792 



6 Prisque 

Lememe 

Antoine 

Francois 

Joseph 

Jean 

Laurent 

Edouard 

6 Pierre Noel (8) 
M. Madeleine 
M. Charlotte 
Marguerite 
Angele 
Marie 
Jean Marie 
Joseph 

7 Jean Marie (3) Eliz. Helie S. J. 17«2 
Jean 

H Antoine 



Marg. Curadeau S.J. 1778 
Pierre Dufresne .. 1800 
Michel Turcot .. 1812 
Pierre Labresque .. 1813 
Frs. Audet ,. 1812 

Em«4ryBlouin .. 1817 



9 Francis 

10 Jean 

11 Laurent 

12 Joseph 

13 F^douard 
Euphemie 
M. £!mma 
M. Octavie 
C^lestin 
Damase 
Nazaire 

14 Jean Marie 
M. Angelique 
Flavie 
Apolline 
Jean 

15 Joseph 
I«e meme 

16 Jean 
Jean 

17 Celeetin 

18 Damase 



(5) Arehange Thivnerge 

SX. 1821 

(5) Ange. CoulombeS,J.1821 

(5) F^licite Bemier S.P. 1830 

(5)' M. Mad. Shoret S.P. 1831 

(5) Ad^ GoHTOlin S.L. 1<W 

(5) Cath. Dalaire S.J. 1835 

Fabien Frenet S.L.1861 

Napoleon Rouleau .. 1871 

J. B. Coulombe .. 1877 



19 Nazaire 

20 Jt«n 

21 Jean 



(6) M. ThecleCote S.F.1822 
Gatien Jolicoeur .. 1848 
Michel Cookson .. 1^43 
Marcel Noel .. 1850 

(6) Marg. Helie S.J. 1819 

Genev. Brochu S.M. 1829 

(8) Mad. Coulombe S.H. 1843 

(13) Delvine Blanchet S. Tbo. 

(13) Philom^me Pouliot 

S.L.1865 

(14) M. Angele Pepin a L 1877 
(14) Scolastique Crepeau 

S J 1840 
(16) Felicite<^agnonS.Ch's.l841 

BACON. 



1 (iilles 
EuKtache 

2 Eustache (I) 
M. Acgf^lique 
Louise 

M. Frangoise 

Jeanne 

Eustache 

Joseph 

Noel 

3 Eustache 

4 .loseph 
Madeleine 
Doroth*^ 

5 Noel 
M. Angelique 

Th^rese 



(2) 
(2) 



(2) 



Marie Foumier Q. 1647 

Louise Guimon 

Nia Martin <?.k,1696 

Denis Constantin .. 1703 

Guill Tliibaut 

Zach. Cloutier 



Mad. Cloutier S.(;.1711 
Dorothee Cloutier m 1716 
Lb. Langlois .. 1743 

J. B. T^on M 1755 

M. Chs. Morin 
Isidore Cote S. P. a 175S 
Jos. Fr8.MunvUle ,. 178» 
Ls. Campbell .. 1763 



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B ACQUET-L AMONTAGNE . 



Jofieph Bl»rie 
Alexis 

6 Jos. Marie (5) M. Mad. Lavergne 

&P.S. 1762 

7 Alexis (5) M. Genev. Picard 

B.P.S. 1766 
M. Genevieve Laurent Pioard » 1794 
M. Elizabeth Cbarlee Denis .. 1794 

Alexis ; 

8 Enstache M. Fse. Picard 
Eustache I 

9 Eustache (8) M. Ange. Letoumeau i 

S.P.S. 1780 1 
M. Angplique Jean Francois Morin 

S.P.S. 1808 
M. Charlotte Ls. Blais .. 1806 

M. Roealie Ls. Nicols .. 1807 

LM. Gvnevi^ve Pierre Celestin Blanchet 

S.P.S. 1823 
Eusttche 
Joseph 

10 Alexia 

11 Eustache 
Lememe 

12 Joseph 



(7) Charlutte Couture 

S.Chs. 1786 I 

(9) Flavie Gagne S.P.S. 1825 I 

Mag. Guenet S.Chs. 1840 I 

(9) M. Mag. Foumier , 

S.Tho. 1814 



BACQUET-LAMONTAGNE. 



1 Francois 
Francois 

2 Fran9ois 



(1) 



>Iarie 

>L Louise 

Hel^ne 

Pierre 

Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

Simon 

Andre 
> Francois 

M. Joeette 

M. Maroelline 

M. Elizabeth 

Louise 

Frsn^is 

Xieraeme 
\ Pierre (2) 

Marguerite 



Pierre 
Louis 
Himon 
Fmn^is 
Le meme 
5 Joseph 
M. Anne 
Marie 
Agathe 
Fran9oi8e 
M. Josette 



Anne Philippe Q. 1671 

M. Isabelle Guenet 

a M. 1710 
Ls. Lacroix S.M. 1739 
Thomas Plante 8.M. 1747 
Ths. Queret S,M. 1750 



(2) 



Amable 
Andre 
Joseph 
Pierre 
6 JsAu Baptiste (2) 
Angelique 
Marie 
Jndithe 
Franfoise 
Jegm Baptiste 
Joseph 



M. Portelance 
Ant Bissonet S.M. 1763 
Frs. MoUeur S.M. 1773 
Chs. Michon S.M. 1775 
Louis Terrien S.Ofas. 1786 

Agnes Cyr S.M. 1760 
Mag.Monm^ny S.M. 1741 
Robert Leonard Roussel 
S.M. 1771 



Dorothy Brochu S. M. 1776 
Agathe Goupy S.M. 1747 
Jean H^lie S.M. 1783 
Pierre Rousseau S. M. 1786 
Celeste Lacroix S.M. 1787 
J. B. Bissonnet S.M. 1794 
Michel Lacroix S.M. 1793 
2« Chs. Hubert Gouillard 
a M. 1799 



M. Ang^ Queret S.M.1750 
Nicolas Danieau8.M.1775 
Chs. Lacroix S.M. 1779 
Guill. Nadeau S.M. 1783 
Ant Couture S.M. 1787 



7 Simon 



(2) 



M. Mai]^erite 
M. Judithe 

Simon 
Le meme 

8 Andre (2) 
Charlotte 
Natalie 
Joseph 

Jean 
Andr^ 

9 Fran9ois (3) 
Marie 
Francois 

10 Pierre 
Marie 

M. Louise 

M. Anne 

M. Marguerite 

Fran^ise 

Le meme 

Genevieve 

Ang^le 

Pierre 

Jean 

Jacques 

11 Simon (4) 

Le meme 
Marie 

Catherine 

Madeleine 

Maroelline 

Simon 

Pierre 

.lean 

12 Francois (4) 

.Therese 
Charlotte 

Mag[Ioire 
Louis 

13 Ixiuis (4) 
M. Anne 



Francois 
Le meme 
Le m^me 

14 Pierre 



(5) 



Pierre 
Le meme 
Josette 
Madeleine 

15 Joseph (5) 
M. Joeette 

Catherine 
Joseph 
Le meme 
Le meme 

16 Amable (5) 
M. Josptte 
Marguerite 

Fran^oise 

Marie 

M. Anne 

Amable 

Pierre 

AugUHtin 



Maroelle Gautron 

S.M. 1760 
Paul Mercier S.M. 1781 
Jean Francois Trudel 

S.Y. 1776 

Mad. Gaboury 8.H. 1778 
MaM^. Queret S.M. 1768 
Jos. Labrecque S. Chs. 1795 
J. B. Paquet S.Chs. 1797 



Ange CorriveauS.V. 1763 
Chs. Drapeau S.Chs. 1795 



M. Anne Balan 
Frs. Fradet 
Ls. Vien 
Jos. Dion 
Ls. Thevei]ge 
Paul Mercier 
Genev. Dion 
Jean Forgues 
J. B. Lemieux 



Bert 1766 
S.M. 1795 
S.M. 1797 
S.M. 1798 
S.M. 1799 
S.M. 1804 
S.M. 1788 
S.M. 1806 
S.M. 1828 



M.Ch8.Girard S.Chs. 1779 
V. de Pilippe Munso. 
Marie GoeselinS. Chs. 17^2 
Amb. Goulet S.G. 1823 
T J. B. Tangue S.G. 1820 
Jos. God bout S.G. 1817 
J. B. Toussaint S,G. 1820 
Pierre Corriveau S.G. 1828 



Charlotte Morin 

S.F.S. 1786 
Jean Lacasse S.G. 1816 
Ls. Tangu^ S.i;. 1808 
T Pierre Roy S.G. 1811 



Marie Lemelin S.M. 1794 
Frs. Blouin S.J. 1827 
2'' J. B. Servant S.J. 1831 

M. Ls. Plante S.J. 1803 
Euphrosine Dube 

S.Chs. 1807 
M. Jo8. Lefebvre 

S.M. 1780 

Mad. Ratte S.Chs. 1798 
Pierre GodN>ut S.G. 1825 
Jacq. Nicole S.G. 1826 
M.Jos, (iosselin S.M. 1776 
Michel Roy S.M. 1800 
2" Jos. Bacquet S.M. 1833 
(iuill. Roy a.M. 1801 

Mad. Civadier S.M. 1786 
Marie Collet S. V. 1820 
M. Anne PatryS.M. 1786 
Louis Cotin S.V. 1808 
Pre. Chrysostome Fortin 
S V 1818 
Pierre Queret S.V. 1819 
Laurent R«y .. 1821 

Urliain Cadrin .. 1831 



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17 Andr^ 


(6) 


Andr« 




Joseph 




Pierre 




18'JeanBaptUte(6) 


M. Lucie 




M. Genevieve 


Ang^le 




Jean Baptiste 


Jo§eph 




EuBtache 




19 JoBeph 


(6) 


20 Simon 


(7) 


Catherine 




Marguerite 




Simon 




Jean 




Guillaume 




Laurent 




21 Joseph 


(8) 


Charlotte 




Louise 




Marguerite 




Josette 




Marie 




Franooiif 
Joeeph 






22 Jean 


(8) 


Le meme 




23 Andr6 


(8) 


Reine 




M. Jo«ette 




Andre 




Louis 




24 Fran9oise 


(») 


25 Pierre 


(10) 


Ang^licfue 




Genevieve 




Marie 




Anne 




M. Ang^le 




>L Josette 




AmbroitM* 




26 Jean 


(10) 


Luce 




Jean 




27 Jacques 


(10) 


28 Simon 


(Hi 


Fran9oiMe 




Simon 




29 Pierre 


(11) 


30 Jean 


11) 


81 Louis 


(12) 


32 Magloire 


12) 


33 Francoin 


13) 


34 Pierre 


114) 


35 Joeeph 


(1.'^) 


Ursule 




Archange 




C^Ue 




Emilie . 




M. Marcelline 


M. Malvina 




Julienne 




Jean Baptiste 



M. Joseph Dalaire 

S.M. 1787 



M. Genev. Roy S. V. 1791 
Jacq. Blais S.M. 1827 
Benj. Couet .. 1828 

Marcel Nicole .. 1840 



M. Ther^ Mercier 

aM. 1795 

M. Cath. Rousseau 

S.M. 1779 

Aug. Thibaut S.G, 1S07 

J. B. Balan .. 1815 



M. Chas. Richard 

S.Chs. 1784 
Pierre Ballargeon 

S.G. 1812 
Jos. Godbout .. 1814 

Fr8.De8saint .. 1820 

Michel Dessaint .. 1822 
Jacq Mercier S.M. 1820 



Reine Gontier S.Chs 1787 
M. Jos, Terrien .. 1791 
Ang^ Gontier ti 1794 
Frs. Labrecque •• 1805 
Jos. Pelchat .. 1815 



M. Reine L(*ssart 

S.M. 1796 
M. Ange Racine .. 1812 
Joe. Corriveau •• 1841 
Ant. Asselin .. 1841 

Augustin Roy .. 1842 
Pierre Corriveau •• 1847 
Sam Richard Dominique 

S.M. 1849 
Nicl. McNeil .. 1856 

M. Anne Gautron 

S.M. 1828 
V. de Robert Racine 
Edward Borlard S. M.1843 

Agathe Brochu S.V. 1836 
^fi^^ie Roy S.G. 1810 

Jean Chabot S. Chs. 1843 

Fse. Goulet S.G. 1812 
Marg. Dessaint .. 1822 
M. Ang6 GautronS.G. 1843 
Marg. Gautron .. 1826 
Ange Noel .. 1821 

Marie BrousseauS.M.lSOl 
Archange Belanger 

S.M1806 
Landrv Poliquin .. 1834 
Frs. Modeste Bourassa 

S.M. 1836 
Simon Marooux » 1839 
Frs. Rousseau it 1842 
Ignaoe Halle .. 1849 
Beni. HaUe „ ISTiO 

Ls. DamaH u 1852 



5-6 EDWARD VIL, A. 1906 
B ACQUET-LAMONT AGNT 



Honor^ 
Andre 
Francois 
Joseph 
36 Amable (16) 
Fran^oise 



Julie 
37 Pierre (16) 

Marcelline 
Emile 
Adelaide 



Soulanffe 
Domitule 
Michel 

38 Augustin 

39 Andre 

40 Joseph 



(16) 
(17) 



Francois 

Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

Michel 

Honor^ 

Le meme 

41 Pierre (17) 

Ang^le 

Ursule 

Zoe 

Julienne 

Sara 

M. Malvina 

Marie Aladie 

Emilie 

M. Zephirine 
Romuald 

42 Jean Baptiste 

Honoi^ 

43 Eustache (18) 

Julie 
i M. Thecle 

I Joseph 

Honort^ 

Ferdinand 

Le m^me 

44 Joseph (18) 

45 Simon 

Le meme (20) 

Archanjere 
Fran^ise 
Le meme 

46 Jean (20) 
Reine 
Simon 
Andre 

47 Guillaume (20) 
(ruillaume 

48 Laurent (20) 
Abraham 

49 Joseph (21) 
Mane 
Le meme 

5(» Francois (21) 



Fse. Dorval aM. 18U 
Chs. Asselin .. 1829 
y Alexandre Chamberlan 
' S.M. 1836 
Frs. Trepanier .. 18S3 
H^toe Tangu^ .. 1816 
Ant. Gagnon S.V. 1848 
Andre Roy « 1857 

Chs. Domicile Cotin 

av. 1858 
Anaclet Roy .. 1867 
Jean Frs. Blais .. 1866 

Marie Lefebvre a V. 1829 
Genev. Cot^ S.M. 1812 
Francoise Gagncm 

S.AL 1813 



51 Andre 



(23) 



Marie Paquet S.M. 1823 
Angele Marooux 

S.Ch* 1818 
Magloire Gosselin 

S.M. 1839 
Honors Roy .. 1842 
Edward Pouliot .. 1840 
Jos. Rene Martineau 

S.M. 1848 
Jos. Martineau .. 1848 
Pierre Dennis .. 1852 
Jos. Cyrille Samson 

S.M 1859 
J. B. Theotime Couture 

S.M. 1800 
Jean Denis 

M. Mad. Moristet 

S.M. 1813 

M. Angele Tangue 

8,M. 1815 
Pierre Ruellan .. 1841 
Prudent Dumas ., 1861 



M. Ls. Patry S.M. 1845 
Ad6 Corriveau S.>L 1851 
M. Anne Chamberlan 

S.M. 1803 
Josette Carbonneau 

aG. 1804 
Michel Tangu^ .. 1825 
Ls. Pelchat .. 1828 

Genev. St. F^Ux ,. 18» 
Marg. Brochu S.G. 1809 
U. Fortier S.F.S. 1843 



Marg. Pepin S.Chs. 1807 

Rose Aubin S.G. 1814 

Marie Roy aG. 1804 
Frs. Bninean .* 1824 
Ange Ledaire » 1823 
M, Genev. Fradet 

S.M. 1817 
^L Anne Ruel aChs. 1805 



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5S 

M 

55 

56 
57 
58 



Marie 
Loois 



Edward 
Ambroise 

Jean 

Simon 

Joseph 
Andr^ 
Fran^oifi 



(33) 

(25) 

(26) 

(28) 

(35) 
(85) 
(35J 



59 



M. Matbilde 
M. Flore Mlima 
M. Joe. Philc 

Annibal 
JeaiiBapti8to(35) 

Marie Sally 
Delpbine 
Jaoquee 
Honore (35) 



60 

ei Michel 

«3 



(37) 



Michel, fill de Jos 
etdeB(Iad.Dor- 
iveau, dit La- 
fleiir 

Luce 

^lichel (40) 



•Jotepb 



(40) 



Olympe 
JeanBapCi8te(40) 



Honore 

Franpois 
Romiiald 

Hooof^ 
Joseph 

Aooe 
Philomene 

Honore 
Ferdinand 

SuDon 
Andre 
(vuillaume 

Abraham 
Edward 



(40) 

(40) 
(41) 

(42) 
(43) 



(43) 
(23) 

\t\ 

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(48) 
(52) 



78 



Jaoq. Garant S.G. 1826 
Vmnique Pelohat 

aG. 1816 
S. Aneelm 

M. Th^r^ Polequin 

SJd. 1839 
M. Matbilde Gonet 

S.M. 1853 
Ciatb. Brodrkme B. 183(» 
V. de Denis Favard 
Genev.Corri\eau8.M 1829 
Ade B^til S.M. 1831 

M. Anne RouMel 

S.M. 1832 
Pierre Gorriveau n 1851 
Romuald Bacqut .. 1857 
Marjorique Roy B. 1858 



M. Susanne B^langer 

F.sTm. 1843 
Andr^H^lie S.M. 1862 
Nap. Paoquet .• 1863 

M. Ang61e Philomene La- 
croix S.M. 1854 

M. Sopbronie Roy 

S.V. 1858 
M. Anne Dabouville 

G. 1884 



Francois (68) 

Aog. AnnibaL 

Jaoqom (59) 

BACTAELT 



JeanJobin B.B. 1844 
Maroelline Morin 

aM. 1815 
Mathilde Marcineau 

S.M. 1835 
Damase GMrnon S. M 1862 
Constance Mercier 

S.M. 1843 
M. EodoreCotin 

S.M. 1845 
Zoe Herpe S.V. 1846 
M. Flore D^lina Baoquet 

S.M. 1851 
M.£lie Ruellan S. M. 1865 
M. FUri^ Denis 

S. CJhs. 1843 
Fni.Chs.Domas S.M 1865 
Romoald Morrisset 

S M 1864 
Anatole Ruellan S M 1846 
M. Anne Ange Veau 

S.M. 1850 
Reine Tradet S.V. 1842 
LuoeLanfflois S.y. 1834 
M. Anne Fagot, Levis 

1829 
M. Ange Icbard S.M. 1847 
M. Zoe Couture 

S.Ch8. 1842 
M. Henrietta Odile H. 
Gautron S.M. 1856 
M. Delpbine 0)rriveau 

S.V. 1870 
-BARTHEL 

4ng^ Pole Hesse 



1 Antoine 
Aatoine 

2 Antoine 
M. Ang^le 
^toioe 

3 Antoine (2) UrsuleBlorin aF.S. 1824 
(vodfroi 

4 Godfroi Marie Naud S.Cbs. 1858 



(1) Bi. Anne JolinS.F.S. 1791 
Chs. Richard t. 1815 



BAILLARGEON. 



f IJean 
1 




Marg. GuiUebourday 

Q. 1660 
Jean Labreque C.R. 1664 


Jeanne 




H 




T Pierre Burlon S.F. 1674 


„ 




3° Ant Mondaine S. Ll 681 


V Jean 






Nicolas 






Leroeme 




Esther Gaudreau 0. 1666 
Jeanne Godbout S L 1688 


> 2 Jean 
' M. Madelein 


(1) 


le 


Aug. Cote L.L. 1710 


Marie 




Pierre Cot6 S. P. 1707 


, Nicolas 






)IJean 
3 Nicolas 






(1) AnneCi^peau S. P. 1683 


M. Ang^Hque 
Paul 


Pierre LangloU S.L. 1701 


Lememe 




Jeanne Rouleau S.L. 1707 


Susanne 




Pierre Dumas » 1725 


Louis 






4 Nicolas 


(2) 


Marg. Lecbire S.L. 1711 


M. Madeleine 


Jaoq. Letourneau •. 1739 


Marguerite 




TheopbUeGreflfart.. 1755 




2» Ignace Martel u 1766 


Marie 




Louis Chabot .. 1763 


Joseph 
Louis 






^ Antoine 
> 5 Jean 
Y M. Madelein 
(lenevi^ve 






(2) 


Marie Denis S.L. 1723 


e 


Frs. Audet .. 1736 




Jacob Belanger .. 1740 


Lememe 




Cath. Isabel .. 1725 


C^le 




Pierre Labreeque .• 1755 
Antoine Gosselin .. 1762 


Madeleine 




Marguerite 




Jos. Godbout .. 1773 


Jekn 
Francois 
6 Paul 






(3) 


M. Mad. LelU»yS.L 1729 


7 Louis 


(3) 


Marie Dumas S.L. 1739 


Charles 






Louis 






Nicolas 






Charles 






8 Louis 


(4) 


Ther^Dorval S. P. 1756 


Tb^r^ 




J. B. Rousseau S.L. 1786 


Louis 






9 Joseph 


(4) 


Hellene Noel S.P. 1754 


10 Antoine 


(4) 


Eliz Chabot S.L. 1763 


Eupbroeine 




Jos. Thivierge S.J. 1794 
2« Etienne Roy „ 1816 


Jean BaptiHte 




11 Jean 


(5) 


Gertrude Labresque 

S.L. 1761 


Lememe 




Louise C6t^ S.Cbs. 1767 


Lememe 




VeroniqueMarotte .. 1778 


12 Francois 


(5) 


M. Jos. Roy, S.V. 1776 


Marie 




Pierre Audet S.G. 18a3 


M. Anne 




Ignace Audet .. 1803 
Frs. (Joulet .. 1812 


Judith 




Pierre 






Paul 




* 


13 Charles 


(7) 


Judith Rouleau 


Francois 






, Jean 






Simon 






14 Nicolat 


(7) 


Ther^ Letourneau 

S.L. 1777 


M. Joeette 




Louis Pouliot .. 1813 


Victoire 




GuiU. Audet .. 1807 


Genevieve 




Jean Audet .. 1809 


Ang^le 




Ls. Abraham Delisle 

S.L. 1811 


Marguerite 




Ant. Audet .. 1819 


Nicolas 






15 Louis 


(7) 


M.Ch8.AudebertS.J.1779 


Marguerite 
Charlotte 




Jos. Lefebvre S.H. 1807 




Alexis Lcmgchamp m 1812 






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Nicolas 

16 Jean 

V^ronique 

Paul 

Charles 

17 Louis (8) 
Marie 

Madeleine 

Rosalie 

Genevieve 

18 JeanBaptiste(lO) 
Marguerite 
Pierre 

Jean 

Alexis 

Ambroii^ 

19 Pierre (12) 
Le m^iue 

20 Paul (12) 

21 Charles (7) 
Jean 

Charles 

22 Louis 

Le meme 
A Nicolas (15) 

23 Fran9oi8 (13) 

Charles Fran9ois 

24 Simon (13) 

25 Jean (13) 
^Maiguerite 

Emelie 

Angela 

Sopnie 

Jean Baptiste 

Le meme 

Zoe 

Magloire 

26 Nicolas (14) 
Marguerite 
Marcelline 

M. Soulange 
Benjamin 
Joseph 
(iilbert 

27 Paul (16) 
Apolline 



M. Louise 
Marie 

Paul 

• Charles (16) 

28 Pierre (18) 

29 Jean (18) 

30 Alexis (18) 

31 Ambroise (18) 
:« Jean (21) 

A Charles (21) 

33 JeanBaptiste(25) 
M. Caroline 

34 Magloire (25) 
36 Benjamin (26) 

36 Gilbert (26) 

M. Celanie 

37 Joseph (26) 



38 Paul 



(27) 



Pierre Longchamp •• 1816 



Veronique Clement 

S.Chs. 1812 



Marie Nadeau aChs.1785 
J. B. Goulet S.(;. 1809 
2» Ant Coriveau .. 1816 
Paul BaUlaigeoo .. 1815 
L^n Goeielin .• 1827 
J. B. Bnsson .. 1829 
Marg. Couture S.G. 1796 
Frs. Roy ., 1822 



CharlottePaquetS.G.1812 
Marie Clement .. 1844 
Mad. Baillargwn .. 1815 
Marie Canac S.H. 1792 



Marg. CharrierS.H. 1816 
Ro8« Valli^re S.G. 1829 
M. Jos. Canac S.H. 1809 
M. Ls. Langlois 

Cap St. Ign. 1797 
Ne le 26 avril 1798— Eve-, 
que de Qut*bea 
Judith Lepage S.Ch8.1806 
Marg. Lepage .. 1808 
Tos.Tangue ,. 1827 

Pierre Cochon .. 1831 
Ls. Roumillard •• 1827 
Benj. Terrien .. 1838 

Susanne Terrien 

S.Ch8.1827 
Jac. Couture » 1848 

Marie Delisle S.L.1811 
Bruno Letoumeau .. 1850 
Cyprien Baudoin ..1863 
Adolphe Pepin ., 1851 



Marg. (lourgueS.M. 1806 
Theodule (rosselin 

aChs. 1827 
2" Leonard Brochu .. 1823 
Barth LecUire .. 1831 
Jean Olivier Briart .. 1832 
T Frs. Charrier .. 1863 

Marg. Perron Levis 1821 
Ange Jolin S.(i. 1819 
Marie Boutin ., 184 1 
Ursule langlois S.tf. 1874 
Cecile Paquet S.(;. 1876 
Charlotte Rousseau 

S.G. 1870 I 
Fse. DupUe S.H. 1814 
M. Ls. Couture SChs 1837 
Chs. Bolduc .. 1862 

Marg. CatellierS.M. 1842 
(Jenev. TurgeonS.L. 1849 
M. Ivfarthe Chatigny 

S-P. 1847 
(Jeo. Belanger .. 1866 
Rose de Lima Pepin 

S.J. ia50 
Eudozie Ruel S. Chs. 1832 



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BALAN-LACOMBE. 



1 Pierre 
Marie 

Henriette 

Marguerite 

Jeanne 

Jean Baptiste 

Etienne 

Pierre 

Michel 

2 Jean Baptiste (1) 
Jean Baptiste 
Le meme 

M. Anne 

Joseph 

Gabriel 

3 Michel 
Michel 
Le meme 



Ren^ Bisitte Q. 1672 
PierreBissonnet S.M.1692 
Noel Laforme .. 1701 
Cha.T>u88ant .. 1693 
Mathieu Guay Q. 1906 
JeanCoulombeaThal706 



Jeanne Maillou B. 1699 

Marie Vandet S.M. IHG 
Jos. Goupy .• 1749 



(3) Mad. Tunnel Q. 



4 Pierre (1) 
Joseph 

Le meme 
Michel 

5 Etienne (1) 

6 Jean Baptiste (2) 

7 Joseph (2) 



Therese 

8 Gabriel 
Marguerite 
Franooise 
Madeline 
Joeef>h 
Antoine 

9 Michel 



(2) 



(3) 
(4) 



10 Joseph 

M. Josette 
M. Anne 
Marguerite 
Franooise 
Joseph 
Pierre 
Le meme 
M. Charlotte 



Jean Baptiste 

Charles 
11 Michel (4) 

Marie 

Charles 
18 Joseph (8) 

Le meme 
14 Joseph (10) 

M. Josette 
M. Marthe 
M. Ursule 
M. Victoire 
Marie 

Marguerette 
Fran«>i»e 
Joseph 
16 Francjois (10) 

M. Anne 
M. Charlotte 
M. Angelique 
Le meme 
M. Louise 
16 Pierre (10) 

Marie 
Charlotte 



M Chs. Savard 

Chs. Bourg. 1735 
EUz. Chartier S.Frg. ITOK 

Eliz. Pepin S. Fr?. 1715 

Mad. Brassard Q. IHO 
Marg. Helie S. V. 1729 
H^l^ne Chamberlan 

S.M. 1748 
Ant. Gondreau 

S. Tho. 1786 
M. Fse. Goupy S.M 1752 
Frs. Cote .. 1788 

Pierre Dion S. Chs. 1786 
Simon Bi^son .. 1787 



Madeleine Pepin 

S. Frs. 1752 
M. Anne Coulombe 

Bert 1736 
J. B. Nadeau .. 1761 
Pierre Basquet Bert. 1766 
Nicolas Fradet .. 1771 



M. Chs. Queret Bert, W^ 
Michel Patry ,. 1778 
2°Aug.MercierS.M.1787 



M. Anne Aube Bert. 175^ 
Esidore Guilmet .. 1794 

M. Mad. Momeny 

S.M. 1795 
M. Fse. Rouleau .. 180O 
M. Jos. Carbonneau 

Bert. 1765 
Jos. Gantron S.V. 1787 
Jos. Nadeau »• 1787 

Pierre Roy .. 18<)1 

Gab. BeUwger .. 1803 
Frs. Roy .. 1807 

Pierre Veau .. 1811 



M. Anne Si mart 

S.M.17n 
Aug. Dorval S.V. 1794 
Jos. Denis « 17^*6 

Etn, Roy m 1799 

M. Ls. Ledair ..• 1788 
Pierre Fortin S.V. 1813 
Mary Blais Bert. 1783 
Pierre Hebert .. 1801 
Isidore Bemier » 1815 



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17 JeanBapti8te(10) 

JeAn Baptiste 
Joseph 
19 ChAries (10» 

M. Elizabeth 
\L Ang^le 
M. Fran^oiae 



^ Cbarle« 



(11) 



Genevieve 

Hel^e 

Adelaide 

21 JcMieph (14) 

M. Catherine 

>L Arcbaoge 
M. Victoire 
Fi^real 
Fran^ise 
I>? meme 

Bartheletni 

22 J>an«?wii (14) 
Francoia Xavier 

23 Antoine (8) 
Antoine 

Louis 

24 Cbariee 
Julie 
Ednoond 

Francois Xavier 
Prudent 

25 Pierre (16) 
36 j€«nBapti8te(17) 
27 Joseph (17) 



28 Fran9oiB 



(21) 



a Fer^l (21) 

SDBsrth^lemi (21) 
31 Fran^oiB Xa-(22) 



32 Fimn9«>is R^- (23) 

liMlis 

33 Antoine 

Plane 
Le meme 
OtTifvi^ve 
Antoine 

34 Louis 

35 Francois Xa- (24) 

vier 
M. Zoe 
\L Esther 
Uermine 
Hel^ne 

36 Bdouard (24) 
Prudent (24) 
Louis (32) 
Antoine (33) 



Marie Chamberlan 

S.M. 1789 



M. Mad. Foumier 

S. Tha 1778 
Frs. Paquet Bert. 1798 
Ls. Mercier •• 1812 
Jos. Talon .• 1814 

2" Maroel Kersack 

S.P.S. 1817 
M. Hel^ne Gvosselin 

S.V. 1798 
Frs. Delanteigne S.G.1846 
Jos. Delantei^e » 1828 
Ls. Goulet .. 1829 

M. Cath. Gautron 

S.M. 1787 ; 
Ant. Asselin S.V. 1812 
T Prisque Fiset S.M. 1825 
Laurent FortierS.V. 1823 
Basile Blouin .. 1823 



M. Archange Bouten 

S.V. 1812 

M. Joe. Roy S.V. 1797 

KliE. Lebel S.Tho. 1794 



Mare. Turgeon 

Flavien Letellier 8. V. 1833 



Marg. Bemier S.F.S 1813 
Marg. Bacquet S.G. 1815 
Archange Dessaint 

S.G. 1819 
Angele Bouchard 

S.V.1820 



Julie Bouchard 
Ade Cochon 



1829 
1838 



Sophie Turgeon 

Beauce 1821 
Henriette Fortin 



M. Angele Arseneau 

S.M. 18ir, ; 
Ed. Terrien .. 1832 

Marg. Cochon .. 1821 ; 
Jos. Dion M 1846 

M. Martha Plante 

S.M. 1822 
Marg. Mercier S.P.S1825 

F. X. Belanger S.V. 1844 
F. X. Morin M 1845 
(Jeo. Helie ., 1849 

J. B. Huret .. \mi 

Cecile Bouchard .. 1835 . 
Luce Mercier S.M. 1843 
Anastaaie Terrien •• 1857 
Luce Voisin i. 1854 ■ 



BARKT. 

1 Pierre Mad. B^lenger C.R. 1689 

^larie Jean Mercier S. Anne 1 7 18 

Le meme Dorothre Vandal 



BARET. 

Angelique Ignace Emond 

S.Anne 17^ 
M 2® Simon Turcot 

S.Fr8. 1769 
Dorothee Alexis Dompierre •• 1746 

3 Pierre M. Anne Compagna 

S.Fr«. 1775 



2 Nicholas 
M. Josette 

3 Antoine 
Charles 

4 Charles 
Le m6me 

Le meme 



BARILLAU. 

(1) Ursule Gavitron 

Frs. Trahan S.Chs. 1759 
Ange Thibodeau 

(18) Marie BilodeauS.Ch8l761 
Marg. Terrien S.(i. 1792 
V. de Guill. Fortier 
Franooise Bolduc 

S.G. 1801 
V. de Ls. Plante 



BAUDON- LARIVlfeRE. 



1 Jacc^ues 
Mane 

Jacques 

2 Jacques 
Mar^erite 
Mane 
Francois 
Jean 

3 Francois 

4 Jean 
Th^r^se 
Marie 
Jacques 
Joseph 

5 Jacques 

Jean 

6 Joseph 
Jean 



Marg Vericul S.F. 169() 
.Jacques Chretien 

S.Frs. 1713 

(1) M.F8e. Buteau S.Frs 1731 
J. B. Bidet .. 1757 

Jos. Cote S.P. 1755 



(2) Reine Chretien S.Frs 1745 

(2) Hel^ne Pepin .. 1754 

JoH. Martineau i. 1778 

Jacq. (iagn^ S.F. 1810 



(4) Josette Asselin 



S.F. 17 



91 



(4) M. Ls. Terrien S.J. 1784 

(5) Brigitte Dalaire Levi8l827 

BAUDOIN. 



(1) 



1 .Jacques 
Fran9oi3e 
.Jacques 
L<ouis 
Marie 

2 Jacques 
M. Fran^ise 
Marguente 
Jacques 
.Joseph 

3 Louis (I) 
Angf^Iioue 

M. Maaeleine 



(I) 



(ienevi^ve 
Joseph 

4 Marc 
M. Thecle 
Catherine 
Germain 
Joseph 

5 .Jacques (2) 

Jacijues 

6 .Joseph (2) 
M. Louise 
Marie 
Fran9oiH 
.Jacques 
.Tfweph 



Fse. Durand 
Pierre Blais 



Cath. Morin S.Tho. 1699 
Frs. Marseau Bert. 1729 
Jacq. Marseau .. 17.30 



Ange Roy S.M. 1705 

Gab. Blouin S.Frs, 1739 
Jos. Frs. Dandurand 

Bert. 1729 
Claude Cote q 1728 

EliK. Lapage S.Fr8. 1711 
Jos. Buteau .« 1736 

Frs. Turcot .. 1742 



Marg. Mercier 

S,Anne 1727 

Mad. Leclaire S.L. 1730 
Frs. (iaudin Bert. 1758 
Chs. Roueseau .. 1762 



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Lememe 

Le meme 

7 Pierre 

M. Fbo. Oftithe 

Soolastique 

Genevieve 

Mftrie 

Jacques 

Jaoqued Francois 

Antoine 

Louis 

Fran^oiB 

Pierre 

8 Jo0e(>h 
Le meme 
M. Osite 



Mai^. Giiay 



(3) 



M. Joflett«* 
M. Louise 
Joseph 
Jean Bapti^te 
Antoine 
9 Germain (4) M. Ls. 



B. 1744 



Marg.LacasseS.Chs.1763 
Genev. Talbot 
J. B. Roy S.F.S. 1762 
Jos. Grendron 1773 

IWtti Fouillet 1781 

Jos. Danian 17B4 



Marg. Boutin Bert. 1749 
Ange. (;audinS.F.S. 1754 
Jos. Garant •• 1784 

T Ign. Noel .. 1813 
Jaoq. Garant .. 1798 
Ant. Morin 8. M. 1794 



Germain 
Joseph 

10 Joseph 
Madeleine 
Catherine 
Ursule 
Joiseph 

11 Jacques 

M. Jo«ette 
Louis 
Le m^me 

M. Isabelle 
Marguerite 



Tbibault 

S. Tho. 1739 



M. There»e 
Andre 
Louis 
Jacques 
12 Joseph (0) M. (ienev 



(4) M. Mad. Toupin S.R.1745 
I^ Gosselin S. Frs. 1763 
Jean Marie Talon n 1775 
Aug. Gencbereau n 1879 

M. Ange. Picard 

S.P.S. 1752 
Jos. Boutin S.F.S. 1779 

M. (renev. Verroet 

Bert. 1759 
Ant. Morin S.F.8.1781 
Lb. Boutin .. 17H8 

T Basilo Dionne .. 1806 | 
Frs. R*)y 1801 



M. Josette 

Nicolas 

Jacques 

Joseph 

Le m^me 

M. Genevieve 

Fran9oi8 

Josepb 

13 Jacques (G) 

M. Th^rese 

M. Catherine 
Madeleine 
M. Josette 
M. EliKabeth 
J acquets 
Francis 
Le meme 

14 Francois (!•* 

M.) (6) 

Alexandre 
Francis 
Jean Baptiste 
Lememe 

lo Fran9oi8(2m)(6) 
Pierre 



Rolandeau 
S.P.S. 17M 
Pieire Isabel S.F.S. 1782 



Genev. Picard S.F.S.17H0 
Pierre Tangue .. 1798 



M. Tbt'rese Bois- 

sonnoau S.E.S. 1761 
Jos. Marie Que- 

raeneur Bert. 1782 

Jacq. Remillard .. 1789 
Pierre Mercier m 1797 
Ls. M. Binnal .. 1798 
Pierre (iuilmet .. 1804 



M. Ursule Tangue 

Bert. 1804 

(ienev. Mfticoux S.M.1765 



M. Pelaque Labrecque 

S.H. 1791 
Marie Viger S.Chs. 147« 



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BAUDOIN. 



Francois 
16 Pierre (7) 

M. Genevieve 
M. Th^otiste 
Pierre 
Louis 
Antoine (7) 



Ang^ Pai^ aF.S.1765 
Frs. MAthieu ». 1798 
Andr6 RoUndeaa .. 1801 



17 



M. Ange. Gagnon 

S.F.S. 1772 
J. B. Gagnon .. 1819 
Pierre Catellier «. 1811 



Maivuerite 
M. Josette 
Joseph Marie 
Louis 
Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 
18 Jaoc^uesFran- (7) M. Ther^ Tbibault 



9018 
Le meme 
M. Reine 
Pierre 
(Tcrmain 

19 Fran9ois 
Marguerite 
Francois 
Louise 

Le meme 
Joseph 

20 Louis 



S.F.S. 1773 
M. (Jenev. Boutin 1779 
Ls Isaac Turcot S. V. 1808 



(7) 



(7) 



Fse.Fregeot 
Jean Cote m 

J. B. Patry 
Jacq. Catellier 
M. Barbe Gaudin 



S.F.S. 1775 
1805 



1806 
1811^ 



M. Louise 
Louis 

21 Jean Baptist*^ (8) 
Adelaide 
M. Louise 
M. Fran9oise 
Marguerite 
Rosalie 
M. Archange 
Jean Baptiste 

22 Antoine 
Mar^erite 
Mane 
Joseph 

23 Joseph 

24 Germain 
Germain 
Le meme 

25 Joseph 
M. Thecle 



M. I A Lemieux 

S.F.S. 1781 
Pierre IxHjlair 1843 



(») 



(i>) 



Marie 

Paul 

Jean Baptiste 

Joseph 

26 Joseph 
Mane 
Catherine 
M. Louise 

27 Fran5oiH 
M. Louise 
Ther^ 

ti 
Catherine 
Franfois 
Germain 
Marc 

28 Louis 
M. Anne 
Louise 
Joseph 
Loui^ 

29 Jacques 

Pierre 
JacqueH 
.Terome 
Abraham 



M. Ls Picard 8.F.S. 1786 
IJos. Noel S.V.1815 

Ant. Riciiard .. 1815 

Isidore Corn veau •• 1817 
Chs. Brochu .. 1823 

Isidore BoileauS.G. 1818 
Ls. Roy S.F.S. 1831 

M. Jos. Bh^u S.F.& 1789 
Jaoq. Cochon 1833 

Jaoq. Roy 1841 

M. Anne Asselin S. M. 1781» 
M. Jos. Buteau Bert. 1770 

M.Cbs. Gosselin S.H.1777 
Marg. Dumas S. F.S. 1781 
Pierre Marti neau 

Bert. 1804 
Jos. Mercier n 1807 



(10) Genev. Asselin S. Frs. 1778 



Chs. Maranda 
Frs. Gosselin 
Michel Emond 
Susanne Halle 
Pierre Helie 
Pierre Daniau 
T Jean Ruel 
Isaac Fortier 



17 
., 1799 
.. 1817 

aH. 1806 
S.H. 1802' 
M 1819 
„ 1819 



(11) 



(11) 



M. Ls. Jolivet S.F.ai785 
Fustache Doiron S V 1819 
Jos. Roy u 1822 

M. AnneGautron 

S. H. S.F.S. 1788 



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Felix 

30 Louis (2" m) (11) 
Charies 

31 Andre 
Archange 
LoaiH 

a Jaoqnes 
Fraofoise 

\L Louise 
Msi^guerito 
Jean Baptiste 
Jacques 

33 Joseph (12) 

34 Xioc^as (12) 
Aiw^le 

M. Esther 

David 

Nicolas 

Aodi^ 

Florent 

Hubert 

35 Joseph (2^) (12) 
3S Frao^oifi (12) 

Ia Anselme 
FraiM^is 
Le mesne 



37 Franks 
TbeHise . 
Louise 



(18) 



Germain 
3K JaoQues (13) 

M. Adelaide 

Paschal 

Jacques 
3» Pran^ (14) 

Lememe 
10 Alexandre 

A JMUiBaptiste(14) 
13 Francois 
Marignerite 

43 Pierro (15) 
Domitille 
Edilise 

44 Louis (16) 
M. Franfoise 
VLEl^onore 
Luce Marguerite 
Anaatasie 

45 Pierre (16) 

Guphrosinc 
Auastasie 

46 Pierre (17) 

Claire 
Le meme 

47 Louis (17) 

48 Joseph Mane(17) 

^ JeanBaptt8te<17) 

50 Piwre (18) 

Maroelline 
Rose 
Brigitle 
Fabien 
Pierre 
61 Gennain (18) 
Flavie 



M. Anne Roy S.Tho. 1798 i 

Cath. Roy S. V. 1796 

Amb. Gagnon .. 1846 

M. Le. Blais aF.S. 1787 
Aug. Roy S.V. 1812 

2"F.X.BoivinS.F.S. 1844 
Jos. Brousseau S.V. 1817 
Etn. Roy „ 1846 



M. Agathe Terrien 

S.F.S. 1787 
N. L«. Guibnet 8. V. 1797 
Jean Boissonneau fi 1899 
J. B. Roy u 1840 



Ange Pouliot S.H. 1814 
M. Julie Goupy S.M. 1809 



Marg. Labreque 

S.Cb8. 1826 
Louis LangIoisS.F.S.1698 
Aug. Lam v^ Bert. 1881 
Ignac. Quemeneur 

Bert. 1837 

M. Anne Blais Bert 1801 
Aug. Lessart .. 1830 



Marg. Pilote S.H. 1789 
Marg. Boulet S.V. 1810 
Mane Roy S.M. 1798 

S.H. 
Marie Polequin S.H. 1807 
Marg. Gosselin S.G. 1806 
Etn. R^unu^ S.Chs. 1832 
M. Anne Tailleur S. P. 1817 
Aug. Cantin .. 1841 

Aug. Nolin .. 1843 

Fse. Foumier S.F.S. 1797 
Lambert Moren .. 1816 
Jos. Foumier •• 1826 
Frs. Fradet .. 1829 
Tho. Quemeneur » 1840 
M. Ange Mathieu 

S.P.8. 1797 
Jules Isidore Blanohet 

S.P.S. 1832 
Susanne Chartier 

S.F.S. 1797 
Jos. Leclaire S.H. 1821 
Ange (iosselin •• 1813 
Ang^le Talbot .. 1811 
M.Genev. R^millard 

S.V. 1812 
Rosalie Quemeneur 

S.F.S. 1822 
Marie Thivieige 

S.F.S. 1803 
Hubert Jolin S.V. 1828 
Ls. Roy .. 1822 

Frs. Gosselin .. 1842 



M. Ad^ Morin S.Tho 1810 
Ephrem JoUn S.V. 1830 



M. Jeanne 
Germain 

62 Joseph (19) 
Maroelline 

63 Louis (20) 
M. Angele 

Le meme 

64 JeanBapti8te(21) 
Zo^ 

66 Joseph (22) 

66 Germain (24 

M. Rose 
FranQois Xavier 
Ambroise 

57 Joseph Marie(26) 

Joseph 
Francois Xavier 

58 JeanBapti8te(26) 
Francois Xavier 

69 Paul (25) 

Le mdme 

60 Germain (27) 

Le meme 
Le meme 

61 Francois (27) 

62 Marc (27) 

63 Louis (28) 
Anastasie 
Michel 
Hubert 

64 Joseph (28) 



66 Pierre 



(29) 



66 Jacques (29) 

67 Noel (29) 
Noel Prudent 
Joseph 

68 Abraham (29) 

69 Felix (29) 

70 Jerdme (29) 



71 Charles 

72 Louis 

73 Andn^ 
Nicolas 

74 Joseph 
Honor^ 

75 Jacques 



(30) 
(31) 



(32) 

76 JeanBaptiste(32) 

77 Andre (34) 

Louis 

78 Florent (34) 

79 Hubert (34) 

80 Nicolas (34) 

81 David (34) 
23 Loui8AnseIm(36) 

83 Francois (36) 

84 Germain (37) 
a5 Jacques (38) 
80 Paschal (38) 

87 Fabien (50) 

88 Pierre (50) 

89 Germain (61) 

90 Auibroise (56) 
Aiiolline 



Ls. Bernard S.V. 1845 

Marie Morin S.F.S 1803 
Ls. Campagna m 1836 
Marg. Paquet S Chs 1820 
Pierre Lain^ 1841 

Ad^ Couture 1845 

Angele DaUiire S.V. 1825 
Paschal Corriveau .. 1863 
Archange Boutin 

S.F.S. 1827 
) Rosalie Gagne S.H. 1790 
J. B. GoeseUn S.H. 1816 



Fse. L^toumeau 

S.P.S. 1803 



M. Anne Dion Bert 1809 

Rosalie Talon S.Tho. 1819 
M. Anne Grosselin 

S.F.S. 1829 
M. Archange Nadeau 

S.H. 1807 
Cath. Fortier S H. 1810 
Marg. Lacasse S.Chs. 1830 
Mane Nadeau S.H. 1805 
M. Ls. Blouin S.H. 1815 
Marg. Rousseau S.V. 1812 
Michel Lacroix 1848 



M. Genev. Gagnon 

S.V. 1823 
M. Jos. Cacellier 

S.M. 1813 
Athalie Dalaire S.G. 1815 
Reine Gagn^ S.H. 1815 



Hel^ne .Asselin S.G. 1820 
Ange Roy S.G. 1830 

Marie Gosselin 

S.Chs. S. Marie 1833 
Ther^ Filteau B. 1834 
Genev. Bolduc S.M. 1836 
Reine Patry S.H. 

Ange Aube 

M. Anne Orriveau 

S.G. 1822 
Marie Jolin S.V. 1834 
Marg. QucQienuer 

S.F.S. 1836 

Marg. Morin S.V. 1836 
M. Zoe DaUire S.V. 1840 
Archange Jolin S.V. 1840 
Marie Gagn^ S.V. 1843 
Luce Clement S.M. 1842 
M. Anne GagnonS. M. 1845 
Cath. Asselin S.Frs. 1830 
Marie Rosalie Bert 1823 
Marie Paquet Bert. 1830 
Marcelline Martineau 

S.F.S 1844 
Marcelline Blanchet 

S.V. 18i>2 
Isabelle McNeil 

S.V. 1840 
ApoUine Morriset 

S.H. 1820 
David Audet S.L. 1854 



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Vitaline 



Cyprien 

91 FranooitXft- 

vier (56) 

92 Joseph (57) 
9S Fraii9oiB Xa- 

vier (57) 

94 Franoois Xa- 

vier (58) 

Le meme 

95 Michel (63) 

96 Hubert (63) 

97 Joseph (67) 

98 NoelPnident(67) 

99 NicolM (73) 

100 Honore (74) 

101 Louis (77) 

102 Cyprien (90) 



Frs. Pouliot S.L. 1858 
2»Frs. Coulombe S.L.1867 



M. Ls. Aube S.Chs. 1820 
Mad. Labb^ S.Fn. 1829 

Eulalie Blais Bert 1839 

M. Mathilde Mercier 

S.M. 1845 
Ad^ Vien S.M. 1855 

Euphrosine Lemieux 

S V 1840 
Luce Gontier S.V. 1860 
Marie Marooux 

S.Ch». 1847 
Henriette Labrecqiie 

B 1849 
Marie P^nin S.Chs.' 1853 
Phiiomene Foumier 

S.Chs. 1861 
Phiiomene Bemier 

S.Chs. 1862 
Marcelline Baillargeon 

S.L 1853 



BAZIN. 



(1) 



1 Pierre 
Marguerite 
Angelique 
Francois 

2 Fran9oiH 
M. There«e 
Jean Baptiste 
Louis 

3 Jean Baptiste (2) 
M. Claire 

Marie 

Jean 

Antoine 

4 Louis (2) 
M. Charlotte 
Augiistin 
Louis 

5 Jean (3) 
M. Angelique 
M. Charlotte 

6 Antoine 

M. Charlotte 
Rosalie 
M. Julie 
M. Anne 



Marg. Leblanc Q. 1670 
J. B. Rov S.M. 1698 

Gull Roy 

Fse. Cadrin 8.M. 1701 
J. B. Asselin S.V. 1728 



Ang^ Ratte S.P. 1744 
Robert Robertson 

S.V. 1764 
Frs. Deblois S.H. 1791 



Charlotte Rica«*e S. V.1744 
Frs. Pouliot S.Chs. 1769 



M. Ang^. Asselin S. V.1774 

Jos. Dorval .. 1798 

Frs. Marceau .. 1798 

M. Chs. Roy .. 1779 

Michel Clavet .. 180.5 

Jean Marie Roy .. 18a5 

Nic Bernard .. 1814 

J. B. Turgeon .. 1814 

' • M 1842 

1 S.L. 1723 

^.Chs. 1800 
M 1778, 

M 1799 

S.H. 1812 

S.Tho.l801 

Bert. 1831 

S.V. 1835! 

.. 1843. 

M 1846 
S.H. 
S.P. 1849 



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1656 
1C76' 
16741 



Louise 

Marguerite 

Claire 

II 
Martin 
(vuillaume 
Joseph 

2 Martin 

3 Guillaume 
Marie 
Dorothee 
Grenevieve 
Guillaume 
Joseph 
Hilatre 

4 Joseph 



T Nic Leblond S.F. 1696 

Chs. Ledaire i. 1696 

Jean Clavet .. 1684 

2"JeanValiere & P. 1700 



(1) Ther^Gaulin 8. F. 1686 

(1) Marie Asselin h 1694 

Frs. Bilodeau i. 1717 

Jean Tr^panier h 1728 

Clement Fortier S.J.1732 



(1) 



Marth 
Angi^liq-ie 
M. Brigitte 
M. Th&le 
M. Josette 
Basile 
Joseph 

5 Guillaume (3) 
Angelioue 
Gertrude 
Joseph 

Le meme 

6 Hilaire (3) 
Louise 

Augustin 
Le meme 

7 Joseph (8) 
Angeli(^ue 
Dorothee 
Genevieve 
Marguerite 

M. tJoHctte 

Guillaume 
Joseph 
Jacques 
Michel 

8 BasUe (4) 
Thermae Gertrude 
M. Anne 
Alexandre 
Charles 

Pierre 
Basile 

9 Joseph (4) 
Basile 

Andre 

10 Joseph (5) 

M. Anastasie 
Louise 
Th^rese 
Pierre 

11 Augustin (6) 
M. Catherine 
Lazare 
Joseph 
Francois 
Jacques 

Le meme 
Ignace 

12 .iWph 

13 Guillaume 
M. Angelique 

Marguerite 
Rosalie 



(7) 



Marthe Lemieux 

Cap St. Ignace 1698 
Jean Guion S.F. 1719 

Jos. Grendron •. 1775 

Jos. Guion II \Tt) 

JaoQ. Pichel •• 1733 

Ls. Pichel i. 1733 



Eliz. Gendron .. 1726 

J. B. Fremont h 1756 

Jacq. Drouin h 1764 

Genev. Duouin m 1756 

Fse. Simon i. 172H 

Frs. Gagnon .. 1748 

T Ign Avase .. 1758 

M. Jos. Gagnon •• 1749 

Genev. Huot A.G. 17S7 
Jos. Alex. Girard R 1759 

Ant. Turgeon .. 1763 

Frs. Turgeon .i 1764 

J. B. Foumier .. 1785 

Jean Couture S.M. 1771 

2" Jos. Patry .. 17H3 



M. Jos. Guion aF. 1734 
J. B. Comelier .. 1763 
Aug. Roy Q. 1791 



M. Genev. AubeS.V. 173."i 



M. Marthe Loignon 

S.F. 175S 
Basile Deblois .. 1780 
Ign. Fauoher h 1790 



I*rB. Deblois 



\7J^ 



M. Cath. Canac .. 1762 
Jos. Vericue •• 1807 



Marie Ruel 



S.L.1786 



M. Anne Turgeon B. 1775 
M.Ang^.Tur|SonS.M1772 
Jos. Abraham Dangu- 

enger B. 1797 

Ls. Provost II 1805 

Chs. Labresque •. 18i>5 



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GniDaoxDe 

Joiepb 

Gftbriel 

14 JaoQoes 

M. Ang^liqne 
Jaeqoes 

15 If^l (7) 

Jalie El^onore 

16 ChArie* (8) 
liBanle 

M. Franooise 

M. Madeleine 

Marguerite 

Pierre R^e 

Jaeques 

Banle 

Jean Baptuite 

Joseph 

Loais 

18 Pierre (8) 

19 AWiDUidre (8) 
>L Victoire 

M. Jo«ette 

Alexandre 

Jean 
» Andre (9) 

Lemeroe 
31 BuUe (9) 

M. Josette 

(Jeoevieve 

Marguerite 

Joieph 

Banie 

biois 

Fran9oi» Xavier 
aPierre 

Mareoerite 

M. Joaette 

Catherine 

M. Lodivine 

Henriette 

Thwee 

Louise 

Pime 

Joeei^ 
S Pi*TTe 

LeiDeme 

24 Franooi« (11) 

Marie 

Ang^ie 

FraocoiH 

Joseph 

Angtutin 
£)JMqQea (11) 



^ Joaefjb 



(11) 



M. Fse. Adam 
Michel Letellier 



B. 1781 
M 1802 



M. Anne Turgeon .. 1793 

IgnaoeFiset B. 1814 
Dorothee DrouinS.F.1757 
M.F»e.Picard S.F.S. 1768 
Jerome Par^ .. 1788 
La. Gaftn^ .. 1784 

Jofu CSarbonneao .. 1798 



MmrieAudet S.L. 1777 
M. Anne Leclaire » 1777 
BarileCanac S.F. 1807 
Pierre Faucher it 1877 



Mad. Boutin Bert. 1763 
Genev. Mercier .. 1807 I 
M. Genev. Morin i 

8.P.S. 1775 
Chs. Abraham Roy I 

S.V. 1807 I 
J. K Bilodeau Bert 1808 
Jacq. Mercier .. 1812 j 



I 
M.Joe. RobergeS.P 1793 I 
Ign. Paradia S F. 1824 | 
Fn. Gagnon u 1824 ' 
Frs. Gagnon .. 1829 
Joe. L'heureux .. 1832 I 
lie. Llieureux •. 1840 
Ed. Lavoie .. 1835 i 

Oleetin Poulin .. 1844 



(11) 
(11) 



riazaie 

^ Ignace 
Lr meine 
M.Ltkxadie 

» Ouilhuune (IS) 

Lemeroe 

Em^rance 

Magknre 

Ftbien 

Jowpb 

(iabnel 

Cyprien 



Aruwtasie Asselin 
S. Marie 
M. Melanie Vaillanoour 

S.T. 1827 
Genev. FoucherS.F. 1795 
Michel Drauin n 1827 
Barth. Debloia .. 1831 



Cath. Foucher S.F. 1800 

S. Marie 
Abondance Asaelin 

8.F. 1801 
Ang^le Paradis S.P. 1845 
Reine Pichet .. 1812 
Marg. Plante .. 1821 
Ferd. Drouin .. 1852 
M. La. Danflrucuger 

aCha. 1803 
Agathe Labrecque B 1806 
F. X. Corriveau » 1839 



BEAUCHER-MORENCY. 



30 Joseph (1 1) M. Archange Richard 

B. 1815 
Cha. Ed. Turg«on .. 1841 
Didase Patry .. 1845 

M. F^licite Guay 

L^via.1826 
Etn. Outure B. 1846 
Marff. Turgeon .. 1810 
Joe. Afercier n 1833 
PhUippe Vien .. 1836 
Ludger Buellan .i 1863 
Geo. Audet S.R. 1844 



Flavie 

MathUd 

Jos. Thtophile 

31 Gabriel (13) 

M. Scholaatique 

32 Jacquee (14) 
Marguerite 
M. Fennine 
M. Deeange 
Luce Anastasie 
Francois Apol* 

linaire 
Jean Stanislas 
Jacques Georges 

33 Basile (17) 

Pierre 
Le meme 
Jean Baptiste 

34 Pierre Ren^ (17) 



M. Julie 
35 Joseph 



M. Jos. Chartier 

B.F.S. 1785 



M. Ls. Gagnon 



1799 



(17) 



Joachim 
Jacques 

36 Jacques (17) 

Ang^le 

37 JeanBapti8te(17) 
Pilagie 

M. Angele 
Jean Baptiste 

.^ Louis (17) 

39 Alexandre 



40 Jean 



(19) 



Flavie 
Eustache 
Jean 
Fraooois 

41 Basile (21) 

42 Joseph (21) 

43 Louis (21) 

44 Fran9oi8 (21) 

Xavier 



M. Judith Chartier 

S.F.S. 1792 

Jos. Blais S.P.S. 1815 

M. liS. Rouleau 

S F.S. 1795 



M. Marg. Denis 

S.Ch8. 1800 
Andr^ Brochu .. 1822 
P^Ugie Audet S.F.S 1801 
Ls. tangue S.V. 1829 
Jos. R^roillard ... 1829 

Eliz. Boutin Bert. 1808 
F^bronnie Martineau 

S.T. 1801 
H^l^ne Martineau 

S.F. 1807 
Jos. As8elin i. 1837 



M. Rosalie BUis Bert 1806 
M.Anne NadeauS.V.1810 
Sophie Proulx Bert. 1828 
ApoUine Carbonneau 

Bert. 1843 



45 Pierre 
Joseph 
Pierre 

46 Joseph 
Justine 



(22) Marie Savoie S.F. 1824 



(24) 



A nastasie 
Leocadie 
Adelaide 
Francois Xavier 
Joseph 

47 Francois (24) 

Mathilde 
Francois Xavier 

48 Joseph (24) 

49 Augustin (24) 
Phiiom^ne 

Le meme 

50 Joseph (29) 

51 Gabriel (29) 



Genev. Pr^mont S.F. 1846 
Abraham Letoumeau 

S.F. 1856 
T Alexitt Lamothe 

S.F. 1863 
F. X. Faucher .. 1856 
Jos. Drouin .. 1819 

Ls. Drouin .. 1862 



M. Anne Boissonneau 

S.F. 1820 
J. B. Drouin ., 1848 

Scholastique 

Letourneau S.F. 1831 

Marff. Asselin .. 1834 

Frs. Letoumeau .. 1857 

Luce FerUnd .. 1848 

Cecile Filteau B. 1837 

Helene Turgeon B. 1838 



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63 Mafrloire 



(29) 
(29) 



54 Cyprien (29) 
55JoB.Theopbile(dO) 

56 JeanStanisUs(22) 

57 Jacques (S2) 

Georges 

58 Fra. ApoUi- (82) 

naire 

59 Pierre (38) 

60 JeanBapti8te(88) 
Maroellmu 

61 Joaohim (85) 

62 Jacques (35) 

68 JeanBapti8te(87) 

(40) 
(40) 



64 Jean 

65 Eustacbe 
Le mdme 
Josephine 

66 Francois 



(40) 



Jueepb 
Le meme 

67 Pierre (46) 

68 Joseph (45) 

69 Francois Xa- 

vier (46) 

70 Joseph (46) 

71 Fran9oi8 Xa-(47) 

vier 

72 Joseph (66) 



Hermine Turgeon B. 1841 
M. Ang^ Labrecque 

D. 1846 
M. F^licitePatry b! 1851 
M. Deljma Couture 

S. Cbs. 1851 
Marie Tbibault S.R. 1847 
M. Serapbin Turgeon 

B. 1850 
Eulalie Caroline 

Turgeon B 1850 

M. UB^n S.H. 1813 
Ursule Boivin S.F.S.1823 
Didace Naud S-Chs. 1850 
Marg. Nadeau L^vis 1825 
C^th. Campagna 

F.R.S. 1833 
Julie Daniau S.F.S.1823 
Marie Asselin S.F.1837 
Ad^ Letoumeau m 1839 
Luoe Asselin u 1842 

Pbileas Leblond .. 1865 
Mathilda Isabelle 
Letoumeau a F. 1842 

SerapbinLeblondS. F. 1855 
Justine Drouin m 1855 
MaroellineDeblois.. 1859 



1864 
1858 



M. Justine Dion 
Cecile Drouin 
M. Antoinette 

Leblond S.F. 1845 

Zenaide Leblond » 1869 



BBCHARD. 



1 Louis K^ne 

Anne 

Jaoc^ueH 

Louis 

2 Jacques 
Joseph 

3 Louis 

M. Louise 
M. Anne 
M. Josette 

4 Joseph 
Louis 
Angelique 
Jean 

Le meme 

5 Jean 



M. Anne Vaillan- 

oourt S.F. 1691 

J. B. Lepage S.M. 1737 

(1) Mad. Lecours S.M. 1743 

Marie Guenet B. 1718 
Ls. C6te .. 1741 

Jacq. Taillon .t 1742 

Jean Jaoq. Guay u 1712 

(2) M. Ls. Custeau S.(;.1781 



1 Isaao 
Jacques 

2 Jacques 
Thomas 
Charles 
Francois 

3 Francois 

Pierre 

4 Thomas 



Frs. Roy 

Frs. Chouinard • 

(4) I^rsule 0>uturier . 
Julie Doutile y 

BEDARD. 

Marie Girard 

(1) Isabelle Doucinet 



1810 
1813 

1791 
1810 



166<> 



(2) Marie Auclair 

Cbs. Brg. 169<i 

(2) Jeanne Fse Huppe, 

Beauport 1707 



Jacques Joseph 
Paul 

5 Charles (2) Eliz.Hupp6Beauport 1712 
Jean BaptiHte 

6 Pierre (3) M. L». Gameau 

Cbs. Brg. 1732 

7 Jacques Jo- 

seph (4) Lse.Vachon Cbs. Brg. 17156 



5-6 EDWARD VIL, A. 1936 
BEDARD. 



Alexis 
8 Paul 



(4) Genev. Niel 
9 Jean Bapti8te(5) M. Mad. Paquet 



Tha Laurent 
Pierre 
10 Franfois 



S.P. 1757 
t 
CBo. Brg. 1751 



M. Tb^rese Leelair 

S.P. 1664. 
Josette Berthiaume 



Tb^MLevaox 
Ang^. Paradis 
Josette Leonard 
Mad. Bertbiauroe 



10* Louis 

Louis 
10*> JeanBaptiste 

Jean Baptiste 
10^ Francois 

Francois 
10^ Francois 

Gabriel 
10» Charles 

Etienne Charles 

11 Alexis (7) Fse. Cliche 

Cbs. Bourg. 1770 
Le meme Tb^r^se Montigny 

S.P. 1801 

12 Louis (10*) Genev. Ratel 

Cbs. Berg. 1771 
Jacques 

13 Tbo. Laurent (9) Gertrude G«ndreau 

S.L.17J*» 
Pierre 
Joseph 
Francois 

14 Jean 

Baptiste 
Ambroise 
Jean 
Pierre 

15 Pierre 

16 Jean 
CJenevi^ve 

17 Jacques 



(10«>) M. Ther^be Ratte 

Cbs, Brg. 1773 



Fran^oitf 

18 Francois 

Francois 

19 Etienne 

Marguerite 

Agathe 

Marie 

Angelique 

Etienne 

Ambroise 

20 Ambroise 
Lememe 

21 Jean 
Jean 
Lememe 

22 Pierre 

28 Pierre 
Pierre 

24 Pierre 

25 Fran9ois 
Francois 

26 Jonepn 

27 Franfois 

28 Francois 



(9) Marg. Aubin S.P. 1788 
Genev. Roy 

Ant. Patoine S.G. 1821 
(12) Ang^ Langevin 

Cbs. Big. 1804 

(10«) Scbolastique Bernard 

Cbs. Brg. 1792 

M. Marg. B^ard 

Cbs. Big. 1784 
Pierre Rousseau S.G.1809 
Cbs. Audet .. 1813 

Ant. Guay .. 1820 

Jos. Morui .. 1824 



(14) Marg. Naud aH. 1801 
M. Osalie Baudoin 

S.F.S. 1818 
(14) Fse. Valiem S.H. 1803 

Charlotte Cote S.H. 1815 
(14) M. Ange Lasante 

S.H. 1800 
Agathe Boissonneau 

(18) Mane Hebert B 1814 
(18) M.Jos. Crepeau S.P. 1822 



(13) MarieCoulombeaJ. 1824 

(17) Anatalie Pepin S.J. 1855 

(18) M. Ls. ViUeneuve 
Cb8.Brg. 1828 

Theodore 

29 Jean (JabrieUW) Ffee.i^eret Cbs. Brg. 182K 

S ClAiiw 
lie meme M. FlavieCot^S.F.S.1833 

30 Etienne (10«) Mad. Parent. Beauport 

Charles 1828 

Louis 



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31 Louis Simon 
Euenne Simon 



32 Etieane 
SS Ambroifle 
34 Jetn 

StonisUa 
36 Pierre 

36 Fnto^s 

Le meme 

37 Theodore 

38 Louis 

39 EtienneVer- (31) 

Don 

40 SUnisUs (S4) 



(19) 
(19) 
(20) 



(28) 
(30) 



Charlotte Bonrbeau 

MATff.Terrien a G. 1813 
Mane Noel .. 1823 

Th^tiste Dessaint 

S.V. 1838 

Marie Hebert S.Fr8. 1833 
Sofaolastique Vesina 

S.P. 1860 
Henriette Lepage 

S.0h8. 1856 
VL dT^lina Foumier 

S.Ch^ 1854 

Sara Naud S.Chs. 1864 

M. Joe. Belzemire Couet 

S.M. 1866 

Marie Turgeon B. 1870 



BtelN. 



1 Louis 
Jscqaes 
Jeao Baptiste 
Etienne 

2 Jean Baptiste (1) 
Charles liouis 
Joseph 

3 Etienne (1) 

Charles Etienne 
Lonis 

4 Jacques (1) 

5 Charles Louis (2) 



Charles 
6 Joseph 



(2) 



Francois 
Antome 

7 Jean Baptiste 
Jean Baptiste 
Lem^me 
Louis 

8 LouU (3) 
M.Rose 
H^y»e 

M. Charlotte 
Pierre 
Antoine 
Miobel 
Etienne 
9ChariesEtien-(3) 
ne • 

10 Charles (6) 

11 Fnmcois (6) 

12 Antome (6) 

13 Jean Baptiste (7) 
M. Angelique 
Marguerite 

14 Joseph (7) 
Joseph 

15 Michel (8) 



16 Etienne 

17 Pierre 

18 Antoine 
IdFtaaons 

LemeiDe 
Sm^renoe 



20 Etienne 
LsBieme 

21 Joseph 

18— U 



(14) 



Jeanne Durand Q. 1668 



Louise Carrier, L^ vis. 1714 



M. Genev. Rochon, L^viH 
1722 



Genev. Rochon, L^vis 

1722 

Susanne Duquet, L^vis 

1744 

M. Anne Huot, Levis 

1761 



M. Le. Bourassa 

Gertrude PouliotS.L.1760 

M. Genev. Laca8aeB.1753 
Chs. Chenier S.H. 1789 
J.B. Turcot M 1800 

Andr^Pilet .. 1801 



Marthe Turgeon 

B.1756 
M. Joe. Lacasse B. 1780 
M. Chs. BoUard B. 1788 
Reine Roberge S.P. 1798 
Louise Couture L^vis 1778 
Ls. Turgeon .. 1807 
Germ. BrousseanS. M. 1834 
V^ronique Carrier L^vis 

M. Marg. Gouillard 

a H. 1787 
Bf. Jos. Dion a H. 1788 
M. Vict Chabot S. V. 1804 
M. An^ ChabotSV.1804 
V^fronique Cr^peau 
Agathe Poir^ L^vis 1804 
DeDoit Jos. L^toumeau 

B. 1862 
Em^ie Dumont 
Ange Guay B. 1839 

Eupbrosine Kobeive 

S. P. 1826 



22 Charles 
Charles 

23 Charles 



1 Guillaume 
Fran9ois 

2 Franfois 

Le mdme 
M. Felicity 

Fran9oiae 



B^GIN. 

Rosalie Samson L^vis 1832 

M. RosePouliotS.L. 1866 

BELLAY. 

Jeanne Repnel 

(1) M. Genev. Daniau 

S.V. 1747 
Marie Freyot S.F.S. 1749 
Pierre Monmemy 

S.V. 1768 
J. B. Martin S.V. 1774 



1 Francois 
Charles 



Bl&LANCiER. 

Marie Guion 



q. 1637 



Louis 
Nicolas 
Jean Francois 
Jacques 

2 Nicolas (1) Marie Rinville Q. 1660 
Nicolas 

3 Charles (1) Barbe Cloutier S.R. 1663 
Charles 

4 Jean Francois (1) Marie CHoutier S.R. 1671 
Pierre Paul 

Jean Francis 

Charles 

Ignace 

5 Louis 
Frangois 

6 Jacques 



Francois 

7 Nicolas 

Ignace 
Joseph 

8 CJharles 



(1) Marg.Lefran5oisS.Rjl682 

(1) Eliz. Thibault 
Cap. S. Ign. 1691 

(2) Marie Magnan 

Chs. Brg. 1699 



(3) Genev. C^agnon 

S. Anne 1692 
Prisque 
Charles 
Pierre 
9 Jean Francois (4) Genev. Thibault 

Cap. S. Ign. 
Ignace 
Louis 
Le meme 

10 Charles 

11 Ignace 

Ignace 

12 Pierre Paul 

13 Francois 



M. Ls. Caron 

Cap. St. Igii. 1736 
(4) Jeanne Emend 

Cap. S. Ign. 1718 
(4) Jeanne Ange. Vaillan- 

cour Islet. 1706 

(4) Claire Foumier 

Cap. S. Ign. 1742 
(6) (jrenev. Cloutier 

Cap. S. Iffu. 1711 
Jean Gaudreau iHiet. 1733 
Jos. Gaudreau .t 1734 



Genevieve 
Fran9oiB 
Jean Baptiste 

14 Francois (6) Genev. Doyon A.G. 1716 

15 Joseph (7) Cath. Lefran9«ji8S.F.1735 
Le meme Genev. Baillargeon 

S.L. 1740 

16 Ignace (7) (lenev.Gagne S.V. 1746 
M. Marguerite Isaac Langlois 

8.P.S. 1773 

Fran9oi8e Aug. Morin S.P.S. 1779 

M. Anne Alexis Morin .• 1784 

M. Reine Pierre B<^langer .• 1786 
Francois 
Jean Baptiste 



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17 Pierre 




Genev. Lessart 


Prudent 






Jean Gabriel 




Joseph 
38 Guillaume 






18 Alexis 


\ 


Genev. Leasart 


(28) 


M. Rosalie Blais 




Isle aux Coudres 






S.P.S. 1819 


Le meme 




Susanne PaquetS.L. 1793 


M. Susanne 


J. B. Basquet STM. 1843 


19 Pierre 


(8) 


Marthe Couilhurd 


Francois 
Francis > 
Le meme 










S. Tho. 1716 


Javier 




Genev. Regis 


Lb. Thibault .. 1750 




Eliz. Sheen S.Chs. 1840 


20 ChariM 


(8) 


Eliz. FoumierS. Tho. 1728 


39 Pierre 


(29) 


M. Ade Letellier B. 1819 


Elizabeth 




Joe. Cote 


40 Jean Baptiste(20) 


Eleonore Bernier 


Charles 










S.P.S. 1833 


Louis 






41 Pierre 




M. Ang^ Perron Grondine* 


21 Presque 


(8) 


Genev. Gosselin S.L. 1724 


M. Angelique 


Jos. Beauchamp S.V. 1820 


Marie 




Pancrace Catellier 


Joseph 










S.V. 1749 


42 Joseph 




M. Fse. Daneau S.Tho. 


Genevieve 




Pierre Lacroix m 1751 


Mane 




Ant. Gontier S.Chs. 182(> 


Elizal^th 




Paschal Corriveau .. 1760 


„ 




2" Etn. Couture 


Jacques 










S.Chs. 1841 


22 LouiH 


(i») 


M. Ange Vaillancour 


Augustin 










Islet 1734 


43 Jacques 




Therese Brochu S.V. 1788 


Le m^me 




Genev. Nadeau Bert .1753 


Angele 




J. B. Boulet S.G. 181G 


23 Igrnace 


(9) 


Marie De«moliers 


Ba.sil)88e 




Pierre Fradet S.G. 1821 






Islet 1738 


■ Soulange 




Laurent Lebrun S.G1826 


Le meme 




Helene Pepin S.Frs. 1749 


Angelique 




Pierre RemillardS.G.lS26 


24 I^ace 

25 JeanBaptis 


(11) Marg. Thibaut Islet 1735 


Prisque 




r 


te(13) 


Brigitte Buteau S.F.1742 


Franijois Xavier 




2G Joseph 




M. Anne Brisson Ihlet 


Fran9oi8 






Jean Baptiste 
27 Jean (Jabriel (17) 




Jacques 






M. Vict. Bernier 


Therese 




J. B. Rousseau S.G. 1815 






Cap.aign. 1758 


44 Prisque 


(32) 


M. Ls. Roy S.V. 1795 


J. B. Prosi 


•er 




Fran^oise 




Frs. Rov S.G. 182i» 


Pierre 






Marie 




Pierre Catellier S.G. 1826 


28 Fran9«>i8 


(16) 


M. Ls. Mori8i»etS.M.178<i 


Claris-He 




Pierre Roy 


Archange 




Jos. Baquet S.M. 180(i 


Ma^loire 






(ruillaunie 






Louis 






Francois 






45 Pierre 


(32) 


Marg. Roy S.V. 17J'7 


29 JeanBapti8te(10) 


M. Reine Boulet 


Soulange 




Jos. Collet S.H. 182U 






S.F.S. 1785 


Francois Xavier 




Agatiie 




Bonaventure Morin 


Pierre 










S.F.S 1826 


Le meme 




M. Ange Picard 


M. Reine 




J. li. Prosper Belanger 

S.P.S. 1812 


Flavien 




S.P.S. ISll 


M. Marguerite 


Jos. MarcBlais S.P.S. 1818 


46 JeanBaptit 
M. Angele 


«t«{32) 


M. (;enev. Rov S.V. IS** 


M 




T Aug Simoneau 




Ls. Catellier ' S.V. 1825 






S.P.S. 18:^3 


•1 




2*' Jos. Fortier S.V. 1832 


Pierre 






Archange 




Paul Gouixue S.V^ 1833 


Jean Baptiste 




Tho. I^eonard 




30 Charles 


(20) 


ThereseAsselin S.V. 1751 


Misael 






31 Louis 


(20) 


M. Mad. Vallee S.V. 1752 


Laurent 






Charles 






Damase 






32 Jacques 


(21) 


M. Anne Bolduc S.V. 1764 


47 Galiriel 


(32) 


M. Vict. Balan S.V. 1803 


Ije meme 




M. Ls. Rousseau S. M. 1768 


Adelaide 




Reine Leclaire S.V. 1823 


Marie 




Andr^ Blais S.V. 1788 


Julie 




Jos. Gosselin S.V. 1827 


M. Jwette 




Denis R07 S.V. 1795 


Edouard 






Marguerite 




Jos. Mane Couture 

S.V. 1804 


Le nu'uje 




M. Annie Tallwt 

S.P.S. 1811 


M. Angele 




Thomas Roy S.V. 1808 


Caroline 




Jos. Talbot S.V. 1846 


Prisque 






M. Julie Desan- 


Tinbert Valier Lame 


Jean Baptiwte 




g..s 






Jacques 










8. V. 1850 


(iabriel 






Carmel 




Th«k)dore Turgeon 


Pierre 










S.V. 185.^ 


83 Jean Baptiste{26 ) M. Clotilde Rousseau 


Prudent 










S.P.S. 1777 


Henri 






34 Pierre 


(27) 


M. Reine Belanger 

S.P.S. 1786 


Norbert 










(Jabriel 






35 J. Bte. Pro8-(27) 


M. Reine Belanger 


Fran9ois 






l)er 






48 Charies 




M. Claire Mignot 

S.Tbo. 1801 






S.P.S. 1812 






30 Charies 


(31) 


M. Reine AinseS.Tho. 1777 


Le meme 




M.Genev.Blai8S.TlK).18lo 


Paschal 






Le meme 




M. Vict. Simoneau 


Charies 










S.P.S.1813 


37 Francois 


(28) 


Marie Betie S.M. 1810 


49 Paschal 


(37) 


M. Marthe Tangu^ 


Flavie 




JeanBlais S.M. 1828 






S.Chs. m^ 


AiKjlline 




Frs. DulK)rd S.M. 1837 


50 Prudent 




C€«rie Bkis S.V. 1839 


Marcelline 




Ls. Cadron S.M. 1842 


51 Joseph 


(37) 


Helene Mori8setS.M.18+l 








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52 Franks 


(38) 


XATier 




53 Francois 


(38) 


M Joeeph 


41 


55 Aoffiutin 


(42) 


56 Jacques 


(43) 


67 Priaqw* 


(43) 


6f5 Francois 


(48) 


.Toneph 




59 Francis 


(43) 


Xavier 




60 Ma^Ioire 


(44) 


61 Loaw 


44) 
(46) 


62 Pierre 


63 Fran^oiB 


(4) 


Xa vier 




64 Plavien 


(45) 


65 Lrmii* 




Joseph 




66 Franeoii» 
Jew. Clovis 






67 Jean-Baptiste 
fil«deJ.B.etde 


iL U. Bedarf 


(lasiiard 




68 Pierre 




Pierre 




69Tho8, T.eo- 


(46) 


nard 




Flore 




Celina 




Jolie 




Elizabeth 




Agne;* 




Jacob 




70 Damage 


(46) 



M. Symphorose 

Aifnes 

M. Egyptienne 

Ja-'eph 
n Misael (46) 

Le nieme 

72 Laurent (46) 

73 txlouard (47) 

Etienne 

74 Henri (47) 
Marie 

Henri 
Le nieme 
7:» (Jabriel (47) 

Le meme 
Lememe 

76 Xorbert (47) 
M. Honorine 

>L Eliae 

77 Frao9ois (47) 

78 Prudent (47) 

79 Joseph (58) 
W Jowph (65) 

HI Joft, Clovis (66) 

Le meme 
82 Gaspard (67) 

88 Pierre (68) 

84 Jacob (69) 

i8-ia 



M. Zo^ Balan S. V. 1844 

Florenoe CotinS.M. 1849 
M. Ange Blanohet 

S. Chs. 1814 
M. Claire Bemier 

S.P.S. 1811 
Mmrie Corn veauaO. 1819 
Emerenoe Goulet 

S.G. 1828 
Em^rentinne Roy 

S.V. 1831 

M. Emile Gosselin 

S.V. 1847 
Ad^ Roy S. G. 1830 

Sophie Dessaint 8. G. 1830 
M. Anne Qaemineux 

S.H. 1820 
Mde. Gagnon H.Chs. 1833 

Mary Roiwsel S.V. 1845 

S. Tho. 
Fse. Langlois 

Rosalie (vrenier S. 

Marie 1812 



Cath. (Joulet | 

Julie Brccl.u S.V. 1826 

Ludger Lemienx " 1853 

Feral Lemieux *' 1854 

AdolpheBlais *' 1861 

Jos. Michel Pare '* 1861 

F. X. Coulombe ** 1866 

Marg Martineau 

S.F.S. 1832 
Paul Bouchard S.V. 1858 
Prophile Cot4 " 1865 
Hilaire Quemeneux 

S.V. 1867 

Rose Dumas S.M. 1837 [ 
Olarine Foumier 

S. Chs. 1846 
Ange Fontaine S.V. 1834 
Eni^rentienne Roy 

S.V. 1830 

Marie (^ourgueS.V. 1841 
Joe. Belanger ** 1870 j 

Sophie Roy S.V. 1855 ; 
M Vict Dumas S.M.1844 i 
M. Osite Roy S.V. 1848 i 
M.Em^renceDion ** 1855 ' 
Cath. Harpe S.V. 1842 , 
Henri Belanger ** 1869 
Emilien Ruel " 1870 
M. Zoe Mercier S.V. 1843 
Macelline Veau S. V. 1851 
M.Cath.GarantS.V. 1870 
M. Jos. Bemier 

S.P.S. 1833 
Celeste Arch. Perras 

8. Chs. 1835 
Marie Verret ** 1852 
Constance Dumas 

S. Chs. 1847 
Sophie Coiiture S.P.1857 
M. Lucie Roy S. Chs. 1862 



85 Joeeph 

86 Etienne 

87 Henri 



1 Andre 
Andr^ 
Jacques 
Jean 

2 Andre 

Pierre 

3 Jean 



bAlanger. 

(70) Marie Belanger S. V. 1870 

(73) Philom^ne Letellier 

(74) M. Honorine Belanger 

BERGERON. 

Marie Dumay 



(1) 



(1) 



Le m^me 

4 Jacques (1) 

5 Pierre (2) 

6 Joseph 
Joseph 
Le meme 

7 Joseph (6) 
M. Chariotte 
Jean 

Joseph 

8 Jean (7) 
M. Josette 
Genevi(^ve 
B^noni 
Jean-Baptiste 

!) Joseph (7) 

10 Jean-Baptiste 
M. Charlotte 
M. Ang^le 
M. Christine 

Joseph 

11 Athanase 
Salem 

12 Jean Bapti8te(8) 

Le M^me 

13 Benoni (8) 

14 Joseph (10) 

15 Salem (11) 



Marie Guemon 

Pte Temble 1694 

Marg (ru^ron 

Pte Temble 1699 
M.MdeFerUind S.P. 1711 
M. Ls. Guemon 

Pte Tremble 1704 
M. Mde Poulet S.P. 1730 
Marie Croteau 

Genev. BussiereS.P. 1749 
Cecile Turgeon S.M. 1761 
Alexander Boilard B.1791 



M. Jos. Bossi^re B. 1797 
Michel Gua;r 1823 



Benoni Larive 



1833 



Marie Helie S. Chs. 1812 
Marie Guenard 
Ang. Mateau 1840 

Alexis Gosselin 1841 

J. B. Nadeau 1841 

T Evariste Baugy 1856 

Flavie Belanger 

Henriette Fontaine 

B. 1836 

M. Rosalie Duperron 

B. 1846 

M. Chs. ^ilard B. 1839 

Emelie B. 1842 

Sara Couillard, St- 
Chs. 1860 



BERNARD. 



1^1 



Andre 
M. Anne 
Marguerite 



Mathurin 
Pierre 



Marie (Jiton 
Frs. Paquet 
Frs. Autlet 



Marie Amiot 



Q. 1676 
S.L. 1703 
S.L. 1709 



6 Pierre 

Jftoques 

7 Jacques 

M. Charlotte 
Marguerite 
Therese 
Le meme 

Genevieve 

Basilisse 

M. Fran9oise 

Celeste 

Antoine 

JacqueH 



(5) Genev. Giroux, Beau- 
port 1730 

(6) M. Therese Lefebvre 
Chs. Brg. 1753 

Eustache FortierS. V. 1786 
Joe. Bolduc S. V. 1787 
J. B. Bolduc S. V. 1788 
M.MartheFredet 

S. V. 1767 
Michel Bolduc S.V, 1789 
Pierre Catellier S.V. 1794 
Chs. Dallaire S.V. 1808 
Etn. Guenet S.G. 1804 



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(8) 



8 Pierre 
Soolastique 

Michel 

9 Pierre 
Godfroi 
Pierre 
Francois 

10 Antome 
Louise 

11 Jaoques 

12 Michel 
Marie 

M. Genevieve 
Olivier 

Lememe 



Pierre Francois 
Joseph 

13 Pierre (9) 

M. AnDe 
Pierre 

14 Fran5oi8 (9) 



M. Job. Pageot 
Frs B^ard, ChH. BourR 
1792 

M. Cha. Cotin 



15 Godfroi 



(9) 



Michel 
Louis 
16 Charles 

M. Angelique 

Marfruerite 

Nicolas 

(ruillaunie 

Louis 

Le raeme 



17 Michel 

Julie 
Elizabeth 



(12) 



18 Francois X. (12) 
M. Adelaide 

19 Pierre Frs. (12) 
Elizabeth 
Michel 

Pierre 

20 Olivier (12) 

21 Joseph (12) 

22 Pierre (12) 

23 Guillaume 
Fetd. Mathieu 

24 R^mi 
Jean 

25 Michel 

26 Louis 



Hi! 



27 Nicolas (16) 
Ang^ique 
Charles 
Nicolas 

28 Louis 

Angelique 
Le meme 
Esther 

29 Guillaume (16) 

30 Michel (19) 

31 Pierre (19) 



M. Ls Dutile, Bert 1801 
Pierre Labb^ S.G. 1827 
Marie Boulet, Bert. 1800 
(^nev. Bonnet, S. V. 1788 
Luce Cotin 1820 

Ant. Fradet 1824 

Michel Fran9oi8 Xa- 

vier 
M. Ange Audet, 

S.V. 1817 



M. Anne Audet. S.V. 

1797 
Magi. Bisson S.V. 1838 

M. Anne Beaucher, B. 

1797 
M. Agathe Cochon, 

S.V. 1802 



M. Ang** Faucher 

Aug. Larue, S.V. 1814 

Michel Richard 1815 



M. Fse. Tangue, S.V. 

1814 
M. Eliz. BlaiH, Bert. 

1812 
Michel Mercier,S.V. 1834 
LsMercier S.V. 1836 
T Abraham Guay 

S.V. 1840 
Marie Picard S.V. 1824 
Jos. Perrat S.V. 1843 
Reine Roy S.V. 1839 
Pierre Roberge S.V. 1870 



AnastaKie Garant 

S.Fs. 1883 
Clarisse Roy S.V. 1841 
Ad^ Chamberlan 

S.P.S. 1829 
Gene v. Guay 

C^ile Laoasse 

St>phieLemieuxS.V. 1837 
M. Jeanne Baudoin 

S.V. 1845 
Julie Bazin S.V. 1814 
F. X. Tangu^ S.M. 1840 



Archange Richard 

S.V. 1816 
Jos. Leclaire S.F.S. 1841 
Marie Mercier S.V. 1820 
Pierre Boutin S.V. 1848 
Archange Richard 

S.F.S. 1827 
Virginie Mercier 

S.V. 1867 
M.01ympeRoyS.V. 1870 



5-6 EDWARD VIU A. 1906 
BERNARD. 

32 FerdMathieu(22) Marg. Fortier S.V. 1854 

33 Jean (23) Philomene Dalaire 

•S.J. 1864 

34 Charles (26) Eraerence Thibaut 

S.V. 1835 

35 Nicolas (26) Soulange Bouillard 

S.V. 1847 



BiriL. 



1 Charles 
Marie 
Victoire 

M. An^lique 
M. Reine 
M. Josette 

Mai^erite 

Olivier 

Michel 

2 Michel (1) 
Marie 

Le meme 

Adelaide 

Fran9oi8 

Pierre 

Joseph 

Edmond 

I^e meme 

3 Olivier (1) 
Luce 

Louis 

4 Joseph (2) 

5 Edouard (2) 
Rose 
Elizabeth 

6 Pierre (2) 
Romuald 

7 L«)uis (5) 

8 Romuald (6) 



Ange. GreflFart S.V. 1763 
Michel Asselin S.M. 1792 
Jean (PUinte) .. 1794 
Jos. Gourgue M 1794 
Pierre Mercier .» 18u5 
Pierre Fortin i. 1791 
T Chs. Pepin S.Chs 1806 
Jos. Goulet M lb03 



Marie McNeil S,M. 1784 
Frs. Belanger .. 1810 
M. Fse. Mercier .. 1801 
Andr^ Baoquet » 1831 
Michel Roy ., 1831 



Josette Asselin S.M. 1813 
Th^reae Bazin S.Chs 1800 
Ezechiel Nolin .. 1841 

Archange Roy S.Ch8 1824 
Eliz. Pouliot S.G. 1830 
Jos. Lacroix S.M. 1857 
Naz. Pouliot .. 1865 
.Anastasie Cosset » 1836 

>L Anne Mercier SG 1890 
Luce Lacroix S.M. 1861 



BERNIEK. 



1 Jacques 



Antoinnette (irenier 

Q. 1656 
Philippe 
Pierre 
Charles 
Jean Baptiste 

2 Pierre (1) Fse. Boulet S.Tha 1689 
Pierre Basile 

Jaoques 

Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

3 Charles (1) M. Anne Lemicux 

C.S.Ign. 169 
Alexandre 
Isidore 
Andre 
Pierre 
Charles 

4 Jean Baptiste (1) Genev. Caron 

S. Anne 1694 

Ls. Maurice Keroack 

C.S.Ign. 1732 
(1) Ursule Caron 

S. Anne 1701 
Jeanne Bourre 

Chs,Burg. 1693 



Louise 

5 Philippe 

6 Andre 



Andr6 

7 Jacques 

8 Joseph 
Madeleine 



(2) Eliz. Guay 
(2) Mad. Caron Islet 1738 
Pierre Carbonneau 

Islet 1757 
9 Pierre Basile (2) M. Jofc Fortin .. 1727 



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BERNARD. 



10 JeADB*ptiBte(2) 
Unale 
Theotiste 

11 Alexandre (3) 
15 Isidore 
U Andre 

14 Ch*rl66 
M. Victoire 
CUire 

15 Pierre (8) 



16 Andre 
Joachmi 
Paul 
Jaoqaes 

17 Nicholas 
Jean Baptiste 

18 Joseph 
Veronique 
Joeeph 
Cbarlea 

19 Joi*eph Marie 

M. CUire 
Amable 

20 Albert 
Albert 

21 Baisile 

B£ Genevieve 



Claire Fortin C.S.Ign 1734 
Ls. Vermet .. 1764 
Frs. Gafme n 1787 
If. La. Fortin ., 1723 
Ursule BeUeau .. 1726 
Ange^Buteau Bert. 1734 
Genev BelanRer Islet 1740 
Ls. Letoumeau m 1764 
Ls. Lemimix C.S.Ign 1761 
M. Ls. Guemont 

C.S.Ign. 1742 
(6) M. Fse. Larivi^reQ. 1724 



Jean Baptiste 
23 Joachim (16) 
M. Anne 



(16) 



Marg. Galameau 

M. Cath. Bouchard STho 
Jo8.Foumier S.Tho. 1759 



M. Thereee Dionne 

C.aign. 
Biartin Morin S.P.S 1814 

M. Genev. Adelaide 

M. Anne Guion C.S.Ign. 
Etn. Gaumont 

a Tho. 1796 



Joachun 
Andre 
23 Paid 



Tberese 

Fran^oise 

Marguerite 

Andr^ 

Paul 

24 Jacques (16) 

Madeleine 

(Charles 

Jacques 

Le Meme 
25 JeanBaptiste(17) 

M. Anne 

Marie 

Marguerite 
36 Joeeph (18) 



27 Qiarles 

28 Amable 



Fran9oiBe Lis 



Iffnaoe Ruel S.Chas. 1781 
Uns. Letoumeau n 



B. 1754 
1781 
1786 



(18) 
(19) 



29 Albert (20) 

do Louis 

M. Marguerite 

Joseph 

Louis 
SI JeanBapti8te(21) 
as Joachim (22) 

Louiae 

Joadiim 

Paul 

LeMeme 

• Franooise 
Charles 
SSAndr^ (22) 

Marguerite 



Th^r^ Couture 

S.Chs. 1763 
Jos. Leroux n 1797 
Frs. Leblond .. 1798 
Alexis Pouliot .. 1808 



Louis Reneaud 

Chs. Brg. 1770 
Berth. Terrien S.G. 1799 



Marie Hebert S.G. 1801 
Marg. Cagnac S.T. 1766 
Michel Fortier S.H. 1812 
Frs. Dumas •• 1814 

Le. Isabel .. 1817 

M. Anne Blandeau < 

Bert. 1758 I 
Theresa PicardS.P.S.1770 , 

M. Mad. Lepage 

S.Frs. 1787 ' 
M.Ls.BUodeauS.y.1791 \ 
M. Anne Chiasson I 

Gab. Bontin S.H. 1809 > 



M. Vict. Roy S.V. 1794 
Louise Fortier S.Chs. 1781 
Chs. Ruel .. 1801 



M. Ls. Boutillet 

S.Chs. 1793 
Jos. (>>uture i. 1823 

Marg.Turgeon S. Chs. 1782 
Jos. Xaind .. 1810 

Marg. Marooux t. 1819 



Joachim 
Bernard 
Gervais 
Nicolas 

34 Jean 
Felix 

35 Paul (23) 

36 Andre 
Victoire 
Marie 
Luce 

M. Charlotte 
_ Pierre 

37 Charles (24) 
F61icite 

38 Jacques (24) 
_ M. Ang^lique 

39 Charles (27) 



Louis (30) 

41 J(^ph (30 

42 Paul (32) 

M. Charlotte 

M. Aussile 

Ang^le 

Paul 

Le M^me 

43 Joachim (32) 
Marie 
Perpetue 
Vitalene 
Philom^ne 
Joachim 

44 Charles (32) 

Rosalie 
Leocadie 
Diace 
Cyprien 

45 Nicolas (33) 

46 Joachim (33) 

47 Bernard (33) 

48 GervaiH (33) 

49 Pierre 
Isidore 

50 Amable 
Joseph 

51 Germain 

M. Elizabeth 
Didime Frederic 



M. Fse. Blaie 

Cath. Gosselin S.Chs. 1796 

S H 
Vict. Aiidet S.Chs. 1803 
Ign Foumier ti 1876 
Jaoq. Rover m 1888 

Marcel CJhabot .. 1840 
Pierre Bouchard .. 1845 

Marg. Vali^re S.G. 1791 
Frs. Ihipile S.P. 1819 
Mad. Terrien S.G. 1799 
Jos. Chevanel S.Chs. 1831 
M. Ange. Chartier 

S.P.S. 1796 
M.Ls.Michon S.Frs.1806 
Marie Belleau S.H. 1811 
Charlotte Sunreon 

S.H. 1810 
Etn. Audet S.Chs. 1833 
Jos. Gosselin «. 1840 
Aug. Gautnm n 1849 

Brie^tte Vaillancour 

S.F. 1836 
M. Jos. Samson S.H. 1819 
Pierre Dupont S.Chs.1845 
Vital Charier » 1848 
Michel Emond ,. 1858 
Ls. Baudoin .• 1862 

Soolastique Pelchat 

S.Chs. 1828 
Pierre Pelchat .. 1856 
Jos. FUteau .. 185<'> 



52 Felix 

Le Mdme 

53 Pierre 

54 Paul 

55 Joachim 

Le Meme 

56 Didace 

57 Cyprien 

58 Isidore 

59 Joeeph 

60 Didine Fre 

deric 

61 Joeeph 
Alphe 

62 .. 



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Marg. Samson S.H. 1817 
Marie Ruel S.G. 1820 
Charlotte Foumier 

S.G- 1824 
M. Anne Boutillet 

S.Chs. 1829 

Vict. Couillard C.S. Ign . 

Ade BUis S.P.S. 1817 
Ch^nibin Gagn^ .. 1846 



Emerance Clavet 

S.Thoe. 1833 
Marie C<»lombe Bert. 1844 
EmelieChabot S.Chs. 1843 

Vitaline Samson 

S.Chs. 1849 
M. Marg. Rousseau 

S.Chs. 1846 
Agnea Couture .. 1851 
M. Dina Blais ., 1852 
Caroline Chabot .. 1859 
Charlotte Balan Bert.1815 
Henriette Dion n 1840 



(51) Archange Langlois 

S.V. 1843 
Ad^ Pare S.Thoe. 

(61) M.Jos. Roy S.V. 1856 



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I Jacques 
Mane 




Fse. Desfosses 8.F 166^ 


Pierre 








Chs. Dalaire S.J. 1691 


Joseph 






Fran9oi9e 




Pierre H^ie .. 1692 


Michel D o m i- 




Jeanne 




Martin Dupas .. 1700 


nique 






Madeleine 




Jos. Dalaire .. 1706 


Augustin 
7 Gabriel 






Elizabeth 




Antoine Pepin i. 1739 




Eliz. Roy 


Catherine 




Louis Terrien u 1700 


Isabelle 




Pierre Dodier Bert 1744 






2° Alexandre Alaire 


Madeleine 




Jean Valier Boutin 






S.M. 1718 






Bert. 1746 


Jacqnee 






M. Marthe 




Pierre Boutin 1751 


2 Jacques 
M. Frangoise 


(1) 


Fse. DaUire S.M. 1701 


Jean Baptiste 








Jos. Dion S.V. 1729 


Jacques 






Louis 






8 Antoine 


(3) 


Ange. Lepage S.Fr8. 1713 


Jacques 






M. Angt^lique 




PierreSimoneau Bert. 1735 


3 Jacques 
M. Josette 


(2) 


Heldne Dion S.V. 1728 


M. Anne 




Nicolas Helie - 1744 




Pierre Alexis Rov •• 1751 


Madeleine 




Pierre Helie .. 1751 


„ 




2° Etn. Paradis .. 1790 


.Fran9oise 




Ls, Leroux ,. 1743 


„ 




r Aug. Roy M 1798 


M 




2o Chs. Barilleau 


M, Hel^ne 




Pierre Roy .. 1755 






S.Ffs. 1761 


It 




T Ant. Fortier .. 1766 


9 Francois 


(3) 


Marg. Beaucher S.F. 1717 


4 Louis 


(2) 


M. Jos. Drouin S.Frs 1742 


Marie 




Pierre Noel ,. 1748 


M. Josette 




Frs. Hubert S.J 1770 


M. Madeleine 




Jos. Marie Noel .. 1749 


Jacques 






Francois 






Jean Baptiste 






10 Jacques 


(3) 


M. Fse. Paquet B. 1741 






Eliz Asselin 


(Jabriel 






Lememe 




Marg.Baudoin S.Fr8,1751 


Louis 






6 Jean Baptiste (4) 


M. Mad. Lefebvre 


Jacques 










8. J. 1776 


11 (Gabriel 


(3) 


Suzanne Bissonnet 


M. Marffderite 


Jos. Marie Plan te .. 1792 






Bert. 1731 


M. Maoeleinc 




Ign. Giguere .. 1798 
Jos. Pichet n miS 


Mar^erite 




Chs. Blanchet » 1754 


M. Catherine 




Mane 




Pierre Isabel S.H. 17S8 


Fran9oise 




Ls. Pichet M 1818 


Pierre 






M. Ansrele 




Jos. Lefebvre .. 1819 


Louis 






Jacques 

M. Josette * 




M. Jos. Blouin .• 1777 


Gabriel 








Jacq. Asselin •• 1798 


Joseph 






8 Alexis 




Marg. Mathurin Q. 


12 Jean 




Eliz. Gagne S.Frs. 1742 
Ign. Audet S.Chs. 1774 








Theotiste 




BILODEAIT. 


Pierre 
Joseph 
Le meme 






1 Jacques 




Genev. Longchamiw 

1^.1654 




Genev.RobergeS.Chs.1764 






M. Anne 




Etn. Leclairc •• 


Siinou 






Genevieve 




Pierre Roy •• 


Antoine 






Euphresine 




Jos. Daniau S. Chs. 1804 


Jean 






/acharie 






2 Jean 


(1) 


Eliz. Leblanc S.F. 1689 


Jean Baptist* 


J 




Le uieme 




Marg. Jehan .. 1684 


Charles 






M. Anne 




Etn. Dalaire S.Frs 1705 


Ign ace 
!• ran^ois 






Elizabeth 




Ls. Morin .. 1721 






Jean 






13 Jacques 
M. Louise 


(5) 


Marie Plante S.Fr8. 17o0 


Jacques 








Barth. Gobiel S.J. 177H 


3 Antoine 


(1) 


(Jenev. Turcot S.Frs. 1685 


Francois 
14 Jean Valier 






Marie 




Chs. Laignon .. 1734 


(6) 


M.Jos. Mercier Bert. 1754 


Elizabeth 




Pierre Deblois .. 1720 


M. Marthe 




Michel Lemieux m 1794 


Fran9oi9e 




Jew. Daniel „ 1726 


M. Josette 




Jacq.Carbonneau n 1799 


Anne 




J. B. Paquet ., 1731 
Jean Emond .. 1736 


M. Elizabeth 




AmableLemieuxS. V. 1785 


Genevieve 




„ 




r Aug. Morin Bert. 18«i9 


Fran«^is 






Michel 






Antoine 






Jean Baptiste 


» 




Jacques 






Augustin 






Gabriel 






Jacques 






4 Simon 


(1) 


Anne Turcot S.F. 1689 


15 Gabriel 


(6) 


M. Genev. Balan 


Ang^lique 




Frs. I>angelier S.Frs. 1721 
Frs. Gendron .. 1726 






S.Tho. 1764 


Marie 




Genevieve 




Ant. Cote S.H. 1783 


Elizabeth 




Gab. Gendron .. 1728 


M. Elizabeth 




Ls. Boutin " 1788 


Hel^ne 




Jos. Dompierre •• 1736 


Pierre 






Agn^ 




Pierre Paquet .. 1736 


Gabriel 






6 Jean 


(2) 


Marie Turgeon B. 1716 


Ignace 






Marie 




Frs. Asseliu S.Frs. 1749 


16 Joseph 


(6) 


Genev.Clement Bert 1767 


Louise 




R^n^ Meneux 1747 


i; Pierre 


(6) 


M. Mad. Vadboncaur 


Jacques 










Levis 1768 


Jean 






M. Louise 




Albert Bemier S.V. 1791 


6 Jacques 


(2) 


Marie Morin S.Tho. 1720 


18 Michel Domi- 


(6) 


M. Anne Carbonneau 


Jean Valier 






nique 




Bert. 1771 


Gabriel 






Le meme 




Thereee Isabel S.Chs.1780 


Le meme 




Ang^. Boutin Bert. 1730 


Marguerite 




(ierm. Gosselin S.H. 1812 


Marie 




Jos. Daniau .. 1758 


Victoire 




Jos. Filteau m 1816 


Genevieve 




Andr^Carbonneau .• 1762 


Th^r^se 




Andre Mercier i» 1817 








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3(Urgi]ente 
Joseph 
AugUBtin 

30 JeanBapti8te(7) 
M. Josetto 
M. Genevieve 
Loais Marie 
Joseph Marie 
(Tabriel 
Jean Baptiste 

21 Jacques (7) 

M. Claire 
Gabriel 
Jean Baptiste 
Jacquea 
23 Fraofois (9) 

23 Piem* 
.Uexis 

24 JacQoeH (10) 
M. Louise 
Victoire 
Joseph 

25 Gabriel (10) 
Jean Baptiste 
Antoine 
Joseph 

Le meme 

)fane 

Jean Baptiste 

Gabriel 

Lonis 
36 Louis (10) 

Marie 
27 (Jabriel (11) 

38 Pierre (11) 

BlarceUine 

>Iarie 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

Le meme 

Louise 

Franooise 
29 Joseph (11) 

M. Catherine 

M. Anne 

Leroeme 
» Louis (11) 

31 Louis 
Barthelemi 

32 Jean 
Jean 

33 Joseph (12) 

Genevieve 
M. Charlotte 
Charles 
Joseph 
Jacques 

34 Pierre (12) 
Angelique 
Josette 

Pierre 

Joseph 
36 Fran9oi8 (12) 

M Anne 

Justine 

Genevieve 

Marie 

Pierre Edmond 

Bamab^ 

Jean 
36 JeanBaptiste(12) 

Marguerite 



M. Ls. Carbonneau 1785 
Simon Morin 1811 



M.Jo.*. Boucher Bert. 1742 
Ls. Nadeau .. 1765 

Jacq. Boutin n 1787 



M. Claire Daniau 

S.F.S.1749 
J. B. Guilniet Bert. 1795 



C^este Kocho n S.F. 1756 
Marie Chartier 

M. Ls. Chartier S.V. 1751 
MichelLef eb\ re S. M. 1794 
Nic. Filteau wS.Chs. 1796 

Elia, Gosselin S.V. 1757 



BILODEAU. 



I 



M. Anne Plante S. M. 1770 I 
Jos. Labrecque S.6. 1802 



Marg. Peltier S.F.S. 1775 
Jos. Gosselin S.G. 1827 
M.Anne Morin Bert. 1753 
M.Mad.Lain^S.Chs. 1760 
Alexis Gagn^ •• 1782 
Alexis Pouliot .. 1790 



Louise Denis » 1782 
Michel Roy S.G. 1801 
Pierre Thibault .. 1804 
Cath. Pare S.Chs. 1777 
Nic. Queret S.G. 1799 
J. B. Guilmet S.H. 1809 
Agathe Fouquet .. 1803 
M. Mad. GuUmet 

Bert. 1768 
Louise Chartier 

Ther^Faucher S.Fraii. 

M. Genev. Lemelin 

S.L. 1772 
Frs. Roy S.Chs. 179G 
Clement Bisson .. 1804 



Susanne Samson S.(}.1783 
Jos. Chabot .. 1814 

Frs. Fortier m 1820 



Genev. Foumier .. 1793 

Etn. Gontier .. 1811 

Jos. Ruel •• 1820 

Henri Guay .. 1821 

Ls. Duprat .. 1826 



Marg. Fortier S.Chs. 1795 
Ant. Plante 1827 



Marie 
Ange. Alice 

37 Charles (12) 

Angele 

Marguerite 

Charles 

Joseph 

38 Zacharie (12) 
Marguerite 
Ad^Mde 
Anselme 
Zacharie 

39 Ignace (12) 

40 Fran9oi8 (13) 
Margiierite 

M. Josette 
Franoois 

41 JeanBaptiste(14) 
M. Elizabeth 

M. Th^r^ 
Jean Baptiste 

42 Augustin (14) 

M. Th^rese 

Julie 

M. Anne 

Michel 

Jean 

Ambroise 

Joseph 

Le M^me 

Marguerite 

43 Jacques (14) 
Luce 

Michel J. B., 
Le Meme 
Louifi 

44 Michel (14) 
M. Emereutienne 
Marie 
Clotilde 
Michel 

45 Gabriel (15) 

46 Ignace (15) 

47 Pierre (15) 

48 Augustin (19) 

49 Joseph (19) 

50 JeanBapti8te(20) 

Reine 
M. Reine 
Madeleine 
M. Christine 

M. Louise 

Jean 

Joseph 

51 Joe. Marie (20) 
62 Gabriel (20) 

Reine 

Angele 

Gab. Toussaint 

Joseph 

53 Louis Marie (20) 
M. Josette 
Luce 
Julie 
Marie 
Therese 
M. Riene 
Louis 



Tho. Gautron 1840 

Ls. Huert 1847 

M. Chs. Lacasse 

S.Ch8. 1800 
Hyacinthe Rdmillard 

S.G. 1845 
Gab. Audet 1827 



Marg. Lacasse S.Chs. 1800 
Presque Aub^ .. 1828 
Jacq. Denis .. 1833 



Natalie Lacasse .i 1804 
M.JOS. Labb^ S.Fr8. 1783 
Anable Durand » 1821 
Chs. Demeule S.F. 1812 

M.Eliz.Mar(«uxBeri 1783 
Lambert Bilodeau 

S.F.S. 1815 
Gab. Bilodeau S.V. 1821 

M. Anne Carbonneau 

Bett. 1789 
Joseph Marie S.F.S. 1812 
Michel Lee S.P.S. 1821 
Pierre Fradet S.G. 1825 



Marg. Patoiue S.G. 1801 
Fereol Brochu .. 1825 
M. Anne Denis S.V. 1794 
1842 
Auguste, Joseph 
M. Ang6 Roy Bert. 1816 

Marie Roy S.V. 1805 
Jacq. McNeil „ 1838 
Antoine Queret n 1840 
Ant. Tangu^ .. 1841 

M Mod. Fradet B. 1797 
M. Marg. Plan teS.H. 1800 
M. Ange ., „ 1806 
M. Anne Menard 

Bert. 1806 
Vict. Nadeau .. 1829 
M. Christine Boulet 

S.F.S. 1775 
Jos. Rouleau .i 1799 
Frs. Pilote .. 1808 

AmbroiseBedard h 1813 
Jean Frs. Thi- 
bault .. 1814 
Germ. Gagn^ .. 1818 



Th^r^ Pare S.F.S. 1788 
Fse. Daniau Bert. 1786 
Thos. Lemieux .. 1822 
Aug. Pare ,. 1841 



M. Ls. Mercier Bert. 1791 
1812 
1826 
1826 
1834 
1843 
S.V. 1820 



Andr6 Tangue 
Aug. Bilodeau 
Ls. Guilmet 
J. B. Tangue 
.Jo8.C*arbonneau 
J.B. 



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Marie 
Ther^se 

M. Angele 
Julie 

Marguerite 
Charles 
Jean Baptiste 

55 Gabnel (21) 
Franooise 
I^mule 
Gabriel 

56 Jacques (21) 



57 Alexis 

58 Joseph 



(28) 
(24) 



Marie 
Le mStne 



59 Joseph 25) 
Mane 

Pierre 

60 JeanBapti8te(45) 

61 Michel 
Jean Bte. 

62 Antoine (25) 
Genevieve 
Charles 
Antoine 
Francis 

Le meme 
68 Jean (25) 

Baptipte(y) 

64 Gabriel (25) 
Charles 
Francois 

65 Louis (25) 

Magloire 
Le meme 
M. Louise 
Flaorie 

66 Pierre (28) 

Marie 

67 JeanBapti8te{28) 
Julie 

Louis 

68 Barthelemie (31) 
Marie 
Victoire 
Louise 
Josette 
Archange 
Francois 

6» Jean (32) 



Isaie 
Francois 

70 Charles 

71 Joseph 



Marie Mercier Bert. 1788 
Gug.Carbonneau •. 1842 
HyacinthePicard .. 1823 
J. B. Bouchard .. 1880 
Paschal Bilodeau .. 1886 
Pierre Boulet S.F.S. 1884 



Ang^ Daniau Bert 1787 
Jo8.Boldue S.V. 1821 
Frs. Guilmet .. 1822 
Pierre Lambert 
M« Marthe 

Guilmet m 1790 

Marie Boucher S.Chs.1785 
M. Claire Moreau 

S.Tho8. 1778 
Aug. Guilmet S.Chs. 1804 
M. Anne Bourassa 

Levis 1795 
Marie Lacasse S.G. 1786 
Michel Blais .. 1825 

Marie Gontier S.Chs.1791 
Th^otiste Gontier 

Ange Couture S.G. 1795 
Chs. Clement S.Chs. 1880 



(32) 
(33) 



Reine 

Marcel 

Josei»h 

72 Jacques (33) 
M. Fran9oiBe 
Esther 

Marie 
Iguace 

73 Pierre (54) 

74 Joseph (34) 

75 Bamabe (35) 

76 Jean (33) 



Genev. Forgues S.M.1827 
M. Anne Roy .. 1803 

Josette Goulet S.G. 1804 



M. Fse. Labrecque 

S.M. 1807 

Marg. Brochu S.G. 1828 
Genev. Morin S.V. 1843 
Michel Roy S.M. 1849 
Dorothee Morin 

S. F. S. 1787 
Joe. Dion S. Chs. 1806 

(^ile Thibault S.G. 1797 
Jacq. Gosselin n 1828 

Josette Blanchet S.G.1791 
Barnab^ Shinck .. 1724 
Gab. Blais .. 1821 

Jos. Pepin .. 1825 

Jacq. Boutin i< 1827 

Jos. Guilmet .. 1829 

Marg. Perrot 

S. Marie 1801 



Genev.FontaJne S.H.1801 
M. Jos. Morisset 

S. Chs. 1804 
Pierre Paradis .. 1835 



Eliz. Dessaint S.Chs. 1812 
Zeph. Turgeon B. 1846 
Geo. Carrier B. 1850 

Ls. Boilard .. 1852 

Agathe Leclaire S.G. 1817 
Marie Leclairf • 1823 
Marg. Lepage .. 1820 
M. Anne Koyer .. 1821 ' 



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77 Pre. Edward (35) 

78 Pierre 
Marie 
Jerome 
FraD9oi8 Xavier 

79 Antome 

M. Marcelline 
Le Meme 

80 Charles, fils de 

Jaoq.Fran9oise 
etde Catherine 
Marcoux 
Charles 

81 Joseph (37) 

82 Charles (37) 
88 Zacharie (38) 

Francois Xavier 

84 Anselme (38) 

85 Francois (40) 

86 JeanBaptiste(41 

87 Michel (42) 

88 Jean 

89 Ambroise 

90 Joseph 

91 Augustin 

92 JeanBapti8te(48) 
98 Michel (43) 

94 Joseph 48) 

95 Louis (43) 

96 Michel (44) 

Theodore 

97 Joseph (50) 



(42) 
(42) 

m 



98 Jean 



(60) 



99 Gabriel Tons- 
saint (52) 

100 Joseph (52) 

CaroliAe 

101 Louis (53) 
152 JeanBaptiste(54) 

lie m6me 



108 Charles 
104 Gabriel 



105 Pre. Lambert (56) 

Marie 
Euph^mie 
Restitul 
Hubert 

106 Pierre (59) 

107 JeanBapti8te(61 

108 Antoine (62) 
Antoine 

109 Charies (62) 
M. Desanges 
Hermiue 
Agn(fes 

Louis 

110 Fran<joi8 (62) 

Marie 

111 Jean (68) 

112 Charles (64) 

113 Francois (64) 

114 Magloire (65) 

115 Louis (67) 

116 Francois (68) 

117 Francois (69) 

118 Isaie (69) 

119 Joseph (71) 



Martine Hombeline 

Couture Levis 1840 
M. Anne Blais 
Ls. Lavoie S M. 18«2 



M. Chs. Ala ire 
AntPicard S. F.S. 1843 
Fse. Langlois S V. 1821 
Cath. Marcoux 

S. Marie 1891 



Fs. Ruel S.(i. 1829 

Ange. Paquet S.Chs. 1830 
M. Ang4 Denis .. 1830 

Archange Gosselin .. 1850 

Th^r^ Dion S.F. 1809 
Genev .Boucher Bert,18W 

Louise Blouin S.G. 1817 

M. Anne Gosselin «t 1823 

M. Anne Benin » 1824 

Eliz. Bemier Levis 1825 

Luce Bilodeau Bert 182B 

Cath. Guilmet .. 1826 

M. Claire Devroy . 1830 

Soulangee Roy .< 1831 

Cath. Mercier *. 1842 
M. Antoinette 

Parant S.V. 1831 

Marie Marguerite 

S. P. S. 1807 
M. Marg. Morin 

S.F.S. 1812 

M. Luce Roy Bert 1819 
M. Ls. Carbonneau 

Bert 1819 
J. B. Mercier .. 1845 
Julie Mercier n 1840 
M. Mad. Blouin .. 1817 
Euphen.ie Bilodeau 

Bert 1843 
Reine Blais Bert 1823 
M. Ther^ Bilodeau 

S. V. 1821 
M. Eliz. BUodeau 

S. F. S. 1815 
Michel Audet Bert 1840 
J. B. BUodeau .. 1843 
Fred.Etn.CochonM 1844 

;Marie Boucher S.G. 1819 
Marie Labreque S.G. 1812 
Marie Gontier S.Ch».1820 

Ange Bourgue S.M. 1823 
Jos. Helie S.M. 1858 
Naz. Gagnou i. 1860 
Jos. Lacroix •• 1861 

Charlotte Renaud 

S. G. 1824 
Jacq.Foumier S.Cni8.1848 
Louise Gagne Levis 1830 
Ph^b^ Turgeon B. 1841 
M. Anne Teesier S.L1842 
Genev. Emond S.M. 1847 
Marg. James S.J. 1822 
Ange Marcoux a J. 1830 
Ade Vall^ S.G. 1827 
Sophie Pepin S.F. 1841 
MarieBrousseau S.M. 1833 



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IJOMMoel (71) Sophie Fraser B. 1838 

lil Ignaoe (72) AnAstaaieTurgeon B. 1848 

123 Franooift- 

Xavier (78) Osite McNeil S.V. 1846 
123 Jer6iDe (78) Mathilde Pepin 

S. Chs. 1854 
li4Charle0 (80) Lorette Talbot S.F.S. 1844 

125 Frangois Henriette Uueret 

XaTier (83) 

S. Chs. 1866 
136 Jean Uraule Begin 

Le meme Ang^ Trudel S. CJbs. 1866 

ir Theodore (96) Lucie Tangue S.V. 1861* 
1» Hubert (106) M. Deoanges Blair 

S F S 1842 

129 Louis (109) M. Osite Philom^e 

Roy 8. Chs. 1860 

130 Antoine (106) Leonce M^that 

S. Roch. 1855 



BISSOX. 



1 Gerrais 
Ren^Gervais 

2 R^n^ Gervais (1) 
Simon 

3 Simon (2) 

Chariotte 
Joseph 

4 LoQis 
Susanne 
Pacbal 
Joseph 

5 Joe«ph (3) 
M. Angeliqne 
Snsanne 
Pachal 

Simon 

CharlM 

Joseph 
€ Mekhior 

Lememe 

GeneTieve 
7 Joseph 

Frangotse 

Marie 

Jo^ph 

Jean-Baptiste 
S Paschal (4) 

9 Charle* (5) 



Le meme 
Lememe 

10 Jo*«ph 
M. Josette 
^largnerite 
Francoise 
Angelique 
Marthe 
Judith 
Genevieve 



(4) 



Marie Lerreau 1636 

M. Mde Bouthet Q. 1664 

Fse Labadie 

Pte Tremble 1702 
Ant. H^lie B. 1745 

Susanna Samson 

Ls. Picard S. Chs. 1780 



Susanne Lacasse B. 1748 
Ant. Boutin S.V. 1780 
Frs. TaiUon S.G. 1783 



M. Ls. Dubois 
M. Ls. Jabon S. Ch8.1758 
Pierre Cadieu S.M. 1788 
Marg. Lemelin 1765 

Frs. Lepage 1794 

Ant. C6te 1835 

Michel Dube 1798 



(6) 



Christine 

Victoire 

B^noni 

Antoine 
U Simon (6) 

Marie 

Pi«Te 

Jacques 

Simon 

Lememe 
13 Paschal (6) 



Marg. Terrien S.Chs. 1776 
M. Chs. Terrien 

S. Chs. 1778 
Ange Gontier " 1791 
Ang^le Beausoleil 

S.L. 1802 
Marie Terrien S.Chs. 1782 
Ant. Gaulin " 1811 
Jos, Naud " 1812 

Fra. Rousseau ** 1813 
Julien Pigeon " 1817 
Andr^ Aube «* 1812 
Ls. Mercier ** 1820 
Benoni Corriveau 

S. Chs. 1826 
Jos. Gontier " 1830 
Frs. Cochon ** 1842 



Mad. Balan S. Chs. 1787 
Etn. LabreoqueS.G. 1819 



Mad. Gaudin S.G. 1820 
Marg. P^nin S. Chs. 1795 



BISSON. 



Marguerite 

Elizabeth 

David 

Prosper 

Pascnal 

13 Louis 
Clement 

14 Clement 
Clement 

15 Charles, fils de 

. Jean et de M. 
Jos. Bilodeau 



Barth. Rosa 
Ls. Chretien 



S.J. 1837 
S.V. 1839 



Dorothe Corriveau 

M. Anne Raimond 

Marg. Parent 

S. Marie 1797 



Regis 

16 Joseph 
Magloire 
Antoine 
Pierre 

17 Jean-Baptiste (7) 
Charles 

18 Benoni (10) 
Marie 

Angele 
Hermine 

19 Antoine (10) 

20 Simon (11) 

21 Pierre (11) 

22 Jacques (11) 

23 Paschal (12) 

• 

24 Pro6i>er (12) 

25 David (12 

26 Clement (13) 
Amable 

27 Clement (14) 

28 Regis (16) 

29 Antoine (16) 

30 Pierre (16) 

31 Magloire (16) 



32 Charies 
Amable 



(7) Eliz. Audet S. Chs. 1805 



M. Anne I^enis S. Chs. 1809 

Agathe Cdt^ S. Chs. 1824 
Laurent Eugene Car- 
rier S. Chs. 1848 
Chs. Provost .. 1864 
Telesphore Drclet ., 1852 
Charlotte Turgeon 

S. Chs. 1828 
Ang6 Labreoque S.L. 1810 
M.Ls. MonminyS.M.1819 
Theotiste Dessaint 

S.G. 1821 
M. Anne Carbonneau 

S G 1823 
M. Anne BlouinS.F." 1832 
Louise Renaud S.P. 1845 
Marie Cdte S. Chs. 1800 

M. Chs. Bilodeau 

S. Chs. 1804 
Em^rence Pepin S.J. 1836 
M. Jos. Leblond S.V. 1834 
M. Esther Battels. V. 1836 
M. Anne Bernard 

S.V. 1838 
Marg. Plante S.J. 1839 
Marg. Belan S.U. 1819 



(17) 
(26) 



BISSONNET. 



Pierre 
Anne 

Marie 

Andre 

Jean 

Jacques 

Pierre 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 



Q. 1668 
S.F. 



Marie D'Albon 
Jos. Bonneau S.F. 1696 
2^ Martin Leblond B. 1704 
Jos. Forgues S.M. 1696 
r Jean Ouimet B 1705 



(1) Marie Balan S.F. 1692 



3 Jean (1) 
Charlotte 
Susanne 
Charles 

4 Andre (1) 
Marie 

M. Fran9oise 

Susanne 
6 Jacques (1) 

Dorothy 

Susanne 
6 Jean Baptiste (2) 



Charlotte Davenne 

Chs. Filibot S.M. 1708 

Gab. Briais B. 1714 

Fse. Guilmet S.J. 1702 
J. B. Monmeny B. 1743 
Jos. Goupy S.V. 1728 
T Jean ^iarie Leblanc 
Gab. Belodeau Bert. 1731 
Marie Vandet S.M. 1709 
Paul Boulet .• 1730 
T Jean Pilote S.V. 1734 
Claude Lefebvre B 1736 
Genev.Chamberlan B1720 



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M. Josette 
Marie 
M. Anne 
Jean 
(Jabriel 

7 Jean Baptiste (2) 

Marguerite 
Marguerite 

M. Louise 

Loui8 

Antoine 

II 
Joseph 
Jean Baptisto 

8 Charles (3) 

Marie 
Louise 

9 Gabriel (6) 

Jacques (labriel 
Le meme 

10 Jean (6) 
Le meme 

M. Rose 

11 Jean Baptiste (7) 
M. Louise 

Le meme 

Jean Baptiste 
Le meme 

12 Louis (7) 
M. Angelique 

13 Antoine (7) 



14 Antoine (7) 

Pierre 

Michel 
Andre 
Jacques 
Le meme 

15 Joseph (7) 
M. Fran9oise 
M. Genevieve 
Marie 

Louis 

Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

16 Jacqs. Gabriel (9) 

17 Jn. Baptiste (11) 
Jean Baptiste 
Lememe 

M. Philom^ne 

18 Pierre (14) 
M. Rose 

M. Madeleine 

Angele 

Marguerite 

Jean Baptiste 

Pierre 

Le meme 

19 Pierre (14) 
Angele 
Arcnan^e 
Madeleine 
Pierre 

Louis 
Thomas 



Ls. Plaute S.M. 1740 
Simon Queret » 1750 
Jean Guibert, Bert. 1783 



M. Th^r^ Helie 

S.V. 1726 
Jos. Queret S.M. 1754 
T Pierre Clement 

S.M. 1760 
Jos. Jolivet II 1754 



Marie Quemeneur 

S. Frs. 1727 

Pierre Martineau h 1746 

Pierre Boivin •• 1757 

M. Joe. Pepin S.M. 1748 

V.de Jean Landique 

M. Mad.Mateau S.M.1763 

V. de Frs. Landique 
M. Claire Queret S.M. 1748 
M. Felicite Fregeot 

S.V. 1757 
Frs. Guilmet .• 1779 
M. Ls. Adams B 1751 
J. B. Pepin S.M. 1773 
M. Eliz. Morin •. 1768 
V. de Ls Marie Michon 

AngeNadeau S.M. 1786 
M. Ange Queret S.M. 1756 
Jas. Adam u 1775 

M. Mad. Frontigny 

S.M. 1761 
V. de J. B. Chabot 
M. Jos. BacquetS.M. 1763 



M. Chs. Terrien 

S. Chs. 1799 
Marie Pepin S.M. 1763 
Jos. Guenet h 1793 

Pierre X::ote » 1796 

Frs. Mercier u 1821 



M. Anne Blais S.V. 1771 
FseBacquet S.M. 1794 

Angile Roy S.M. 1833 
Eloi Octave Tangue.i 1854 
Marie O'Neil Bert 1789 
Chs. Couture S.M. 1816 
Basile Faucher n 1828 
Jacques Bolduc «• 1825 
Chs. Dalaire S. V. 1826 



Eliz. Couture S.M. 1836 

V. d'Etn. Pepin 
Marg. LabrecqueS. M.1796 
Jacq. Gendron m 1840 
F. X. Blais H 1841 

Jos. Hubert Blais .. 1848 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
BISSOXNET. 



20 Michel (14 

21 Michel 
Marie 

22 Andr^ (14) 
Elizabeth 
Andre 

23 Jacques (14) 
Julie 

Marg^uerite 
Flavien 

24 Antoine (14) 

25 Joseph (16) 
M. Catherine 
Joseph 

26 JeanBapti8te(15) 

Reine 

Jean Baptiste 

Le meme 

27 Louis 15 
Marguerite 
BasiBsse 

Louis 
Gervais 

28 Pierre 
Julie 

29 JeanBaptiste(17) 
M. Louis 

Le meme 
Jean Baptiste 

30 Pierre (18) 

Vilbon 

31 JeanBaptiste(18) 

32 Pierre (19 

33 Thomas (19) 

34 Louis (19) 

35 Joseph (26) 
Marguerite 

M. Susanne 
Joseph 

36 Jean Baptiste 
Lucien 
Joseph 
Ferdinand 

37 Andr^ (22) 

38 Flavien (28) 

39 JeanBaptiste(26) 

40 Louis (27) 

41 JeanBaptiste(29) 

42 VUbon (30) 

43 Joseph (30) 
Le meme 

44 Damase (30) 

45 Louis (40) 
Le meme 

46 Joseph (35) 

47 Lucien (36) 

48 Joseph (36) 

49 Ferdinand (36) 



M. Claire Lorandeaa 

8.M. 1799 
M. CHaire Aubin 
J. B. Guilmet S.M. 1821 
M.Ch8.Larrive S.Ch8.1801 
J. B. Lefebvre .. 1838 

Cath. Lemelin S.Ch8.1BlO 
JeanHuart i. 1842 

Felix 

M. Jos. Dodier S.V. 1798 
M.Cath. Furoi8S.M. 1787 
Joachim Gosselin n 1808 

Sr. S. Lanoue, veuve 
de Jacq. Roy S.V. 1791 
J. B. Boutin, S.G. 182<> 

M. Ls. Lacroix aM. 18(6 
Marg,Goupy S.M. 18(>2 
Frs. Roy S.G. 1826 

J. B. Sylvestre .. 1828 



M. Reine Remillard 
Jos. Bolduc S.M. 1820 
Louise Gagnou •• 1819 
J. B. Blais .1 1845 

Olive Morin .. 1833 

M. Anne Catellier 

aV. 1819 
Jos. Damase 
Basilisse Denis S.M. 1828 
Maig. Tangue .. 1820 
Julie Tangue ,. 1834 

RoseGagnon .. 1839 
Marg.Keroack S.P.S.1812 
Honors Roger S.M. 1841 
Ls. David Gautron •.. 1851 

Luce Emond 



Mar^.Leclaire S.Ch8.1828 
Mane Gontier t. 1826 
M.Fse.Lacroix S.M. 1819 
Ang^ Roberge S.G. 1828 
Constance Queret 

S.M.1857 
M.MalvinaTangu^ .i 1854 
Susarie Mercier h 1854 
Louise Gagn^ .. 1863 

El^noreK)lan aV. 1849 
Marg. Lecours S. Claire 
M C^linaMorisset 

S.M. 1862 
M.Ang^leCatellierM 1840 
Flavie Shinck B. 1852 
Marie Labbe S. J. 1857 
Philom^ne Leclaire 

S.L. 1863 



BIZEAU— LAROSE. 



1 Jean 



•Teanne 
(Jenevieve 
Le meme 

M. Charlotte 

2 Jean Baptiste 
Jean Baptiste 

3 Jean Baptiste (2) 



Mad. Bergerat 

Montreal 1696 
Jean Roy B. 1716 

Chs. Quenet 1721 

Cath. Ciertrude Forgoes 

Montreal 1703 
Jos. Plante 1733 

Marie Bemier Levis 

Marie V^rmet Bert. 1751 



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BLAIS. 



1 Pime 
Pierrtj 
Antoine 
Jftcques 
Lememe 
Francois 

2 Pierre (1) 
M. Anne 

M. Josette 

Je»n BftptUte 

Jowpb 

Aofoistin 

Loaifl 

Michel 

Pierre 

3 Antoine (1) 
Je*nne 

Pierre 

AnUrine 

Lememe 

M. Anne 
Marie 



Dorothee 
Jacques 
4 Jacques 



(1) 



5 Frmncois (1) 

JeaiiBapti8te(2) 
Marguerite 

>L Fran9oise 
M, Genevieve 
M. Madeleine 
\L Louise 
M. Reine 
>L Joeette 

Jean Baptiste 

Fnax^is 

Auguatin 

Andre 
7 Pierre (2) 

M. Elizabeth 

M. Louise 

M. Gtmevi^ve 

M. Jofiette 

M. Louise 
^ Augustin (2) 

Francoise 
9 Louis (2) 

M. Louise 



Angelique 
H. Anne 
M. Fran^ise 
M. Maddeine 
Catherine 
&L Elizabeth 
Fran^oise 
Pierre 
Augustin 
Louis 
10 Joseph 
M. Josette 
M. Fran^oise 



AnnePerrat S.F. 1669 



ElijB Royer S.J. 1689 

Fse. Baudoin 1695 

GuiU. Lemieux Bert. 1726 
Joe. Marie Blouin » 1734 



Jeanne Lamy S.M. 1705 
Pierre Menard Bert. 1736 



Am bruise Fournier 

S.M. 1716 

J. B. Leprince Bert. 1738 

Nicholas Morisset 

S.V. 1747 

Jean Thibaut .. 1750 

Ang. Louise Cartier 

8 Riv. 1713 

M. Marthe Amelot Q 1727 

Mar^LeRoy S.V. 1726 

Jos. JBoissonneau 

Bert. 1747 
1750 
1757 
1762 
1766 
1867 
1755 
1755 



GuilLLenii«»ux 
Etn. RemiUard 
Boniface Aube 
Ls. G^ 
Pierre Blanchet 
Pierre Gaudin 
2° Ant. Marseau 



M. Anne 

>L Reine 

Michel 

Andre 

Joseph 

Louis 

Pierre 



(2) 



Eliz. Bilodeau 
Aug. Picard Bert. 1742 
Jacq. Chartier •• 1751 
Pierre Morin m 1751 
Jean Fortin .. 1761 

Joe. Gagn^ S.P.S. 1757 
Genev. Brocher Bert 1730 
J. B. Morin M 1763 

M. Anne Mercier » 1733 
Jos. Toussaint Gagne 

Bert. 1757 
Frs, Talbot ., 1763 

Basile Bouchard .. 1763 
Pierre Daniaii i« 1773 
Ignace Fortin n 1777 
Jos. Morisset m 1788 
J. B. Morin ., 1790 



M.Ch8.Leblond S.V. 1740 
J. B. Picard S.P S. 1761 
Pierre Fournier » 1764 
2* Frs. Hyacinthe 

Peltier S.P.S. 1778 
Aug. Talbot ., 1778 
J. B. Martineaii » 1767 



BLAIS. 



Jean 

AuguHtin 

11 Michel (2) 

Fran^oise 
M. Louise 
Michel 
Louis 
Joseph 

12 Jean Baptiste 

Jean Baptiste 

13 Augustin (2) 

M. Elizabeth 
Marguerite 
M. Madeleine 

M. Angel ique 
M. Josette 

Andre 

Augustin 

Jean Baptiste 

Fran9ois 

Pierre 

Joseph 

14 Pierre (3) 
Marie 
Elizabeth 

M. Anne 
Pierre Paul 
Joseph 

15 Antoine (3) 
Le meine 

M. Anne 

Jacques 

16 Jacques (3) 
M. Josette 

Madeleine 
Jacques 
Etienne 
Thomas 

17 Pierre 
Michel 

18 Augustin (6) 
Angelique 

M. Charlotte 

Marguerite 

M. Marthe 

M. Franchise 

Augustin 

Lazare 

Michel 

Francois 

Louis 

Jean Baptiste 

Jean Baptiste 

Joseph 

19 Jean Baptiste 
Andre 

20 Jean Baptiste 

M. Anne 

Catherine 

Marguerite 

Pierre 

Augustin 

Antoine 

Michel 

Jean Baptiste 

Le meme 



M. Fse Lizotte 

S.Anne 1741 
Ant. Talbot S.P.S. 1763 
Simon Fournier n 1782 



Ange Dumont 
Q. 

M. Mad. Fortier 

S.F.LO. 1744 
J. B. Mercier Bert. 1757 
Amb. Gagne n 1765 
Pre. Simon Corriveau 

Bert 1766 
Michel Gagne .. 1771 
Pierre Aube .. 1758 

T Le. Lemieux S.V. 17«9 



Eliz. Mercier Bert. 1734 

Jean Boucher S.V. 1761 

Frs. Goulet .. 17<>3 

Pierre Guenet •. 1771 



Marie Chartier Bert. 1731 
M. Jos. Corriveau 

S.V. 1743 
"Jacq. Gab. Bissonnet 

S.V. 1771 

Louis Lacroix S.V. 1747 
Ls. Bamabe Bouton 

S.V. 1771 
Jacq. Labreque •• 177H 



Mary Isabel 

Ang^ Mercier Bert. 1765 
Jean Frs. Chretien 

Bert. 1790 
J. B. Dutile .. 1807 
Jacq. Lessart •• 1K13 
Jos. Boulet M 1819 

Andre Proulx .. 1844 



Ange Mercier 

M. Anne Mercier 

Bert. 1771 
Aug. Mercier t- 1794 
J. B. Gaulon u 1797 
Pierre Mercier ., 1H04 



Eliz. Buteau, Bert. 1788 



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BLAIS. 



21 Andre (6) 
Marthe 
Genevieve 
Andre 

Le meme 

Charlotte 

Rosalie 

FrWeric 

Joseph 

Andre 

Toussaint 

Jacques 

22 Fran9ois (6) 
M. Roger 
Marguerite 
Madeleine 

Le meme 

Marie 

Fer^l 

Auguatin 

Francois 

23 Jean Haptiste 
Thereee 

Reine 
Marguerite 

24 Pierre 
M. Louise 
Marguerite 
Pierre Noel 
Joseph 
Alexis 

25 Louis (9) 
Genevieve 

M. Louise 

Catherine 

M. Joeette 

Fran5oi8e 

Louis 

Lememe 

Victoire 
M. Marthe 
Francoise 
Jean Baptiste 
Fran9ois 
Joseph 

26 Aug. Louis (it) 

Michel 
Augustin 
Jean Baptiste 

27 Fran9oi8 (9) 
Marie 

28 Pierre (9) 

29 Joseph (10) 
M. «To8ette 

M. Francoise 
M. Reine 
Veroniqne 
Joseph 
Louis 

30 Michel (10) 
M. Franjoise 

M. Adelaide 
Michel 
Joseph • 

31 Jean (10) 

M. Anne 
Julie 

Joseph Marie 
Jean Baptiste 
Thumai* 



Marthe BUnchet S.P 1767 
Ant. Tidbot, Bert. 1789 
Aug. Lessart, .. 1791 

Marie Belanger, S. V 1788 
IsidoreCocbon,S.P.S. 1820 
Pierre Samson, n 1825 



Marg. Blanchet Bert. 1772 
J. B. Guilmet, .. 1794 
Jos. Gaupy, » 1797 

EuBtache Plante, .. 1799 
Marg. Roy, 8.Chs. 1780 
Ign. Leooura n 1818 



Th^rese Morin 

Jos. Marie Carlranneau, 

Bert. 1769 

Chs. Blanchet, Bert 1779 
Pierre Balan .. 1783 
Marg. Morin 
J. B. Gendron S.P.S. 1786 
Frs. Rocher, .. 178C 



Genev. Gaulin S.P.S. 1757 
Frs. Boulet, S. F. S. 1784 
Germ. Landry » 1787 
Jos. Ouemeneur i. 1787 
Ant. Baudoin .. 1789 
Jaoq. Langlois m 1796 

Vict. Quemeneur 

S.F.S. 1788 
Ls. Savoie ,. 1813 

J. B. Dumas .. 1817 
Jos. Guilm»*t, S.V. 1841 



M. Eliz. B<aupiftd S.P.S. 
1779 



Therese Dougot S.V. 1784 
Ant. Blais, Bert. 1803 
M, Bonne Dessaint, 

S.P.S. 1786 
M. Jos. Pare, S.F.S. 1773 
Abraham Rouleau m 1795 
Jos. Morin, n 1799 

ChB. (loupv M 1813 

Frs. Boulet, S.P.S. 1816 



Marg. Mercier S.F.S. 1775 
Jean Olivier Bemier, 

S.P S 1803 
Germ. Bemier,' S. P.S.1817 



M. Fse. Fontaine, 

S.P.S. 1778 
Paul C6te, „ 1818 

Ls. Rousw'au II 1827 



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BLAIS. 



F^lix 
32 Pierre 



(10) 



Jeanne Fse. 
M. Bibiane 
M. Ang^lique 
Jos. Th^phile 

33 Andre (10) 

^L Genevieve 

34 Louis (10) 

M. Roger Pelagie 
M. Rosabe 
M. Chariotte 
Joseph Marc 
Benjamin 
Louis 
36 Augustin (10) 

M. Genevieve 
M. Charlotte 
Le meme 
Aiigustin Noel 

36 J. Baptiste (12) 

37 Pierre (L3) 

M. Rose 
M. Reine 
M. Josette 
M. Genevieve 
Michel 
Louis 

38 J. Bttptiste (13) 

M Josette 
M. Archange 
M. Francoise 
Le meme 

M. Madeleine 
M. Th^e 
Francois 

39 Andre (18) 



40 Joseph 
Rose 



M. Ang^lique 
M. Madeleme 
M. Archange 
M. Ang^le 
M. Anne 
Jean 
Joseph 
41 Augrustin 

M. Angel ique 
M. Anne 
Pierre 
Loui^ 
Le meme 



(13) 



Marie 
42 Francois 

Therese 
M. Jot»ette 
M. Bonne 



M. Eupbrosiue 

Ambroise 
Augustin 



M. Jos. Dessaint, 

S.P.S. 1780 
Paul Foumier, .. 1811 
Tho. Foumier .. 1823 
Gab. Gr^goiie, .. 1823 

M. Grenev. Blanchet, 

S.P.a 1781 
Au^Gagne S.P. a 1801 
M. Roger Blanchet, 

aP.S. 1784 
Ls. Nicole, S.P.S. 1813 
Guill. Belanger, .. 1819 
Jos. Couet .. 1822 



M. Genv. Terriau, 

S.P.C.178:> 
Andre Vallee .. 1805 
Michel Picard, .. 1810 
Louisa Pare, S.F.S. 1793 

Ang^ Monmeny S.M.1757 
RosaUe Foumier, aP.S. 
1765 
Frs. Morin, S. H. 1787 
Chs. Demers, n 1792 
Frs. Cantm « 1794 
Ign. Paradis, .. 1804 



M. Jos. Remillard, 

Bert, 1762 
J. R Daniau, « 1783 
Pierre Bouchard •• 1788 
Aug. Bolduc S. V. 1788 
M. Mad. Boucher, 

Bert 1783 
Ls. Dessaint, 1802 

Pierre Roy, S, V. 1808 



Marie LecoursaCh 


8.1772 


M. EliB. Michon 




S.Tha 1773 


Andre Ls. Blouin 




Bert, 1798 


2° Basile Beaucher 




Bertl806 


Andr^ Picard 


1801 


Guill. Boucher .i 


1802 


J. B. Belleau 


1806 


Chs Roy 


1813 


J. K Leoomte •• 


1824 


M. Anne Mercier 




S.F.S.1773 


Pierre Fontaine n 


1806 


Jacq. Baudoin Bert 1801 



M. Jos. CJoulombe 

Bert.1791 
Michel Denis .i 1885 
M. Bonne Gagne 

S.P.S. 1777 
Jean Paradis S.H.1807 
Jos. Couture .. 180S 

Etn. Carriere .. 1809 
2* Pierre Bussiere 11 1815 
Charles Paschal Bussiere 
S.H. 1815 



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43 Joteph 
31Jo8ette 
Joseph 
Andre 
Jean 
Frao^ois 
Loaiti 
Michel 

44 Pierre Paul (14) 

Lememe 

Marguerite 
Genevieve 
Catherine 
Marie 
M. Cecile 

Joee|>h 
GuiUauDie 
Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 
46 Jacques (15) 

46 Jacques (16) 

M. Frao^iae 

Mariguente 

Brtgitte 

47 Etienne (16) 



M. Elizabeth 
M. Angelique 
Fran9oi8e 
Jacques 

48 Tbomas 

49 Michel 

50 Michel 



(16) 
(17) 
(11) 



51 Joseph (11) 
M. Louise 

M. Flavie 

Michel 

Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

Louie 

Francois Xavier 

Angele 

Mane 

Calixte 

52 Louis (11) 
Le 



M. Marguerite 

Louis 
J3 Jean Baptiste 

Theotiste 

Joseph 
54 Augusdu (18) 
Si Frran9ois (18) 

56 JeanBapiiste(l8) 

57 Jean6aptiste(18) 
Mane 
Fraii9ois 
Lem^me 
Gatherine 

Julie 

L^andie 
n Joseph 
» Michel 

60 Louis 

61 Lasare 
68 Andre 

Andre Nazaire 
63 JeanBapCiste(30) 



18) 
18) 



(18! 
.(19; 



M. Ls Goulet S.Ch8. 1762 
Michel Guilniet S. V. 1804 



M. Amy Guenet 

S.Ch8. 1770 
M. Manr. Dussault 

S.Ch8.1777 
J. B. Terrien .. 1796 
Jos. Xadeau •• 1799 
Pierre Terrien .. 1814 
Jacq. Brochu » 1817 
Pre, Michel Blanchet 

S.F.S. 1821 



M. Jos RatteS.Ch8.1773 
Brigitte Clement 

S.V. 1780 
Etn. Viau .. 1804 

Jos. Pepin S.M. 1801 
Frs. Plante S.G. 1802 
M. Ls Corriveau 

S.V. 1785 
Jacq. Bedard S.H. 1807 
GuiU. Grenier .. 1814 
Ls Cdte H 1818 

M. Ange.DodierS.V.1794 
M. EliE.Tangu6 .. 1767 
Charlotte Foumier 

S.P.S.1769 
Marg. Mathieu .. 1774 
Jos.Bosse 1. 1804 

Gab. Maufait ., 1821 



Philippe Vineault 

Louis Caseault 

Jos. Bemier 

Gabriel Roy B. 1781 

M. Anne Boss^, Cap St. 

Ign. 1786 

Chs. Aug. Vilbon Larue 
S.P.S. 1831 

Theotiste Beaulieu 

Joe. Gravel Bert.1795 

M. Jos. Mercier .• 1788 

Brigitte Buteau .. 1801 

M. Jos. Cornveau •• 1801 

M.Marg. Mercier » 1802 

Aug. Buteau ft 1826 

Genev. Marcoux Bert. 1813 
J. B. Blais A 1838 

Jos. Buteau .. 1839 

Marg. Picard S.Tho. 1807 
Constance C^t^ Bert.1808 
Marie Denis .. 1817 

Marie Boulet S.F.S. i823 
Marg. Bouchard a V.1812 

M. Thermae Peltier 

S.P.S. 1795 



BLAIS 



Marie^x^^r::. 

Jean Baptiste*^ "^ 

64 Pierre (20) 

65 August in 
Marguerite 
Louise 

Jean Baptiste 
Augustin 
Le meme 

66 AnUiine ^ (20) 
M. Rose 

M. Anne 
Antoine 

67 Michel 
Marguerite 
Jean Baptiste 
Antome 

68 Andre (21) 

Genevieve 

Mar^ierite 

Mane 

Louis Emelie 

Toussaint 

Andre * 

Franrois 

69 Jean Baptiste 
Elizabeth 
Fran9oi8e 

Emelie 
Olivier 

Jean Baptiste 
Gabriel 

70 Jacques 

Le n)eme 

71 Andr^TouB- (21) 

saint 
Catherine 
M. Delphine 
Andre 

72 Joseph (21) 
Le meme 

73 Frwleric (21) 

74 Fran9oi8 (22) 

75 Augustin (22) 

76 F^riol (22) 

79 Louis (29) 
M. Ang^le 

M. Celeste 
Marguerite 

80 Pierre Noel (24) 

81 Alexis (24) 

Louis 

Jean Baptiste 

82 Joseph (24) 

Marie 

M. Desanges 

Joseph 
Le meme 

83 Louis , (25) 

E, Victoire 
M.Rose 
Francoise 
Elizabeth 



Aug. Carbonneau 

Bert. 1823 

M. Th^le Dutile 

Bert. 1798 
M. Ls Mercier .. 1800 
Frs. Samson S.G. 1823 
Mag. Lacroix •• 1827 



Aug. Vali^re S.G. 1825 
Marie Blais Bert. 1803 
Jos. Joncas u 1824 

Jean Laurent Roy • I 1829 

Reine Corriveau Bert. 1804 
Simon Lessart .t 1838 



M. Ursule Vemiet 

Bert. 1789 
Jos. Guilmet .. 1822 

Pierre Mercier .. 1830 
Laurent Ratt^ S.V. 1822 
Pierre Gurnet S.F.S 1834 



M. Fse. Vermet 

Michel Bernard Bert. 1812 

Pierre Corriveau 

S.F.S. 1812 
Pierre Rov S.G. 1822 



Elix. Letoumeau 

S.Tho. 1814 
Ade Boulet S.F.S. 1826 
M. C^ire Foumier 

S.P.S. 1814 
Pierre Gagne .. 1840 
Frs. Daniau S.F.S. 1835 

Sophie Tetu S.Tho. 1818 
M. Fse. Chamberlan 

S.P.S. 1824 
Perpetue Blanchet 

S.P.S. 1839 
Marie Hebert S. Chs. 1810 
M. Chs. Paquet B. 1845 
Mad. Roy S.Chs. 1827 
Marg. Hamois 
Jos. Mercier S.F.S. 1842 
Jos. Chabot .. 1844 

F. X. Leroux ,. 1825 

M. Genev. Picard 

S.P.S. 1777 
M. Genev. Proulx 

S.Tho. 1786 



M. Genev. Gi 



Tie 
P.S. 1803 



Felix Blais .. 1842 

Hubert Bilodeau 

S.F.S. 1842 

Ther^ GaudinS. P. S1834 
M. Marthe Lemieux 

S.F.S. 1793 
Jos. Buteau S.F.S. 1823 
F. X. P^nin .. 1820 
J. B. Boulet 1831 

Ls Boutin S.F.S. 1837 



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Joseph 

Francois Xavier 
84 Francois (25) 



85 Joseph 



(25) 



Adelaide 
M. Julie 

86 JeanBapti8te(25) 

87 Augrustin (26) 
M. Anne 
Elizabeth 
Flavie 

David 
Augustin 

88 JeanBapti8te(26) 

89 Michel 26) 
Adolphe 

90 Joseph (29) 

I^ nieme 

91 Micliel (30) 

Desan 

Eliza 
ThereH<» 

M. Franjoise 

Telesphore 

An tome Hubert 

Jean Baptif-te 

92 Joseph (30) 

M. Eleonore 
M. Anne Saly 
Alfred 

93 Joseph Marie(31) 

Catherine 
Angele 
AiX)lline 
Le meme 

94 JeanBapti8te(31) 

95 Thomas (31 

96 Felix (31 

97 Jos. Theo- (32 

phile 
Le meme 

Louis Theophile 

98 Louis (34) 
M. Charlotte 
Hubert 

Fran9oi8 Xavier 
Etienue 
Frederic 

99 Jean Baptiste 

Soter 
Eulalie 
Jean Baptiste Sota 

100 Jos. Marc (34) 

101 Benjamin (34) 

102 Pierre Veuf de 
Le m^me 

103 Aug. Nrn-l (35) 

104 Louis (37) 
M. Anne 

105 Michel (37) 

106 Fran9ai8 (38) 

107 Jean (40) 



M. Genev. Quemeneu 

Lotbiniere aF.S. 1814 
M. Julie Beaucber 

S.P.S. 1815 
Pierre Boulet S.F.S. 1842 
Jos. Morin M 1843 

ReineMercier Bert. 1831 
M. Anne Dion .. 1804 
Godfroi Guilmet .. 1826 
Job. Carbonneau «t 1835 
A thanase Guilmet.. 1845 



Marg. Mercier Bert. 1812 
Rose Wells .. 1825 

M. Dorothee Robin 

S.F.S. 1801 
Marie Lemieux •. 1843 
M. Fse. Couillard 

S.Tho. 1800 
Pierre Bonneau vn » T' 

S.P.S. 1829 
Ls. Morin S.P.S. 1829 
Ls. Norbert Blancbet 

S.P.S. 1839 
Jt>s. Prudent Picard 

S.F.S. 1825 



M. Genev. Couillard 

S.Tho. 1811 
Aug. Morin S.F.S. 1836 
Frs. Quemeneu 1839 



M. Cath. Fouinier 

S.P.S. 
Andre Talbot 
Jacq. Gar ant S.Chs. 
Jacq. Blais «• 

M. Ls. Pigeon .. 
Fse. CAte S.P.S. 
Sophie CAte •• 

Marie Blais .. 

Marg. Durand .. 



1806 
1829 
1827 
1828 
1843 
1814 
1828 

1820 



M. Euphrosine Blanchet 
S.P.S. 1824 



M. Chs. Bacon 
Tho. Foumier 



1806 
1834 



Cath. Belanger 

F. X. Baudoin Bert 1839 

M. Marg. Belanger 

S.P.S. 1818 
(DesarieCote S.P.S. 1838 

Marg.Leclaire S.Chs. 1802 
Ange Lepage .. 1822 
Dorothee Delagrave 

S.P.S. 1822 
M. Aime MorinS.H. 1794 
Jos. Rousseau •• 1814 
Ange Noel ,. 1809 

Marie Marooux Bert. 1808 
M.AUrg.Roy S.H. 1807 



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BLAIS. 



(40) 



(41) 



108 Joseph 

Marcelline 
Elizabeth 
Andre 
Le meme 



109 Pierre 
Reine 

110 Louis (41) 
Marguerite 

Le meme 

111 Ambroise (42) 

112 Augustin (42) 

113 Joseph (4S) 
M. Genevieve 
M. Rose 
Michel 

Louis 
Jacques 
Simon 
Joseph 

114 Michel (43) 

Genevieve 
Angele 
Marcelline 
Jean 
Le Meme 

115 fean (43) 
Genevieve 

M. Josette 

C^aarine 

Fran9oi8e 

Michel 

Jean 

116 Francois (43) 

Francois 

117 Andre (43) 
Le meme 

Narcisse 

118 Louis (43) 

I^ meme 

119 Pierre (44) 

120 JeanBapti8te(44) 

Marie 

Jean Baptiste 
Le meme 
M. Dina 

121 (4uillaume (44) 



122 Joseph 

123 Jacques 

124 .Toseph 



(44) 
(47) 
(51) 



Marg. Ma- 
thilde 

Prudent 

Charles 

Fran9ois Xa- 
vier 

Lememe 

125 Michel (51) 

126 Louis 
Le m^rae 

Elizabeth 
Anselme, J.B. 

Narcisse 



Rosalia Dubord 

S.Tha 1815 
F. X. Brochu S.V. i842 
L. S. Mercier Bert 1845 

>L Claire Morin 

S.F.a 1824 
Marg. Boiaeel Bert 1801 
Chs. Bilodeau .. 1823 
MargLanglois aF.S.1805 
Frs. Brochu Bert 1823 
M.Joe.GagneS.P.S.182l> 
M. Vict. Dube .. 1825 
Roger Fontaine S.H. Vm 
Marie Goeselin .. 1813 
Genev. Guilmet S. V. 1791 
F. X. Lapage •' 182i 
Tho. Gautron .. 1834 



M. Vict Lemieux 

Bert 1798 
Jac. Rouillard S.G. 1825 
Simon Mercier .« 182B 
Marcel Theberge .. 1830 

Marie Bilodeau S.G. 1825 
M. Marg. AubeS.V.17^ 
Narcisse Tangue .. 1826 
Jacq. Masseau .• 181^ 
Prudent Belanger .. 1839 
Ant Morin S.M. 183*'^ 



M. Marthe Guilmet 

S,V. 1802 

M. Lb. Aube S,V. 1808 
M. Barbe Chabot 

S.V. 1811 

Therese Brochu 

&V. 1810 
Sussane Gourgue » 1815 
Marthe aChs. 1799 

M. Vict. Gautron 

S.V. 1812 
J. B. Carrier S.Chs. 1843 

Ade Roy S.Chs. 1826 
Didace Bemier .. 1852 
M. Joa. Lacroix 

S.Chs. 18213 
Josette Cote S.M. 1823 
M. Ls. Cote aChs. 1805 
Marg. Foumier 

S.P.S. 1799 
Ls. Genest .. 183S 



Mare. Gurnet S.F.S. 1825 
M. Ls. Fourni^r 

S.Tha 1806 
Anatbohe Talbot S.Tha 
M. Ade Harmais 

S.P.S. 1815 
Pierre Joly S.F.S- Vm 
W. Pr^tre Cur^ St 

Lambert Q.Dec 1882 
Luce Quemineur S,F.S. 



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Benjamin 
Onexime 
M&nie 
Ceaulie 
1^ JeaQBaptiste(51) 

127* LouU (62) 

1» Joseph (63) 

129 Jean FimiKois 
I Xavier 
(57) 



Francois ] 
130 Fnui9oiB 



131 Uandr« (57) 

132 Andre Xa- (62) 

Zaire 

133 JeanBapti8te(63) 

134 AugQRtin (65) 
\X^ JeanBaptiste(65) 
VM\ Antoine (66) 
137 Antoine (67) 
13k JeanBaptiste(67) 
ISi Touasaint (68) 

140 Andre (68) 

141 Francois (68) 

142 JeanBapti8te(69) 

143 (^briel (69) 

144 Olivier (69) 
14."* Andre (71) 
116 Louis (62) 

Praxede 

Onesiphore 

Wenoeslas 

(ieorges 

Sophroni** 

Odile 

Anselmie 



147 Louis 



(HI) 



14J< JeanBaptii«te(81) 
149 Jowph (82) 

130 Joseph (83) 

Pnment 
151 Fran9oiR Xa- (83) 
\ier 



152 Jacques 



(83) 



151 Davnd (87) 

l.'>4 Augustin (87) 
155 Antoine Hu- (91) 

bert 
i:i6 Telwphore (91) 

157 JeanBaptiste(91) 
15^ Alfred (92) 

159 Ls.Th^phUe(97) 

1W> Hubert (98) 

Andre Albert 

Lemetne 

161 Fran9oi8Xa-(98) 

vier 

• 162 Etn.Frederic(98) 

1(» JeanBaptiste(99) 

Soter 
IM Adolphe (89) 
1H5 Andre (108) 

166 Louis 
Lero^me 

167 J«Mi Francis 
Lememe 



Henriette Morin S.P.S. 
Pierre Picard m 

Paul Samson n 

Pbidime Rousseau n 
Charlotte Delagrave 

S.P.S. 1823 
Marie Gene«t S.J. 1818 
M. Jos. Larriv^ B. 1817 
M. Chs. Cloutier 

Onesime Mercier 

Bert. 1845 
C^lina Bolduc S. V. 1854 
Anastasie Guilmet 

S.F.S. 1839 
M. Mart he Terrien 

Bert. 1825 
M.Ang^SamaonS.H.1818 
Genev. Roy S.G. 1826 
Mabor Bert. 1844 
Rosalie Roy Bert. 1838 
Oath. Blais .. 1838 
M. Soulange Joncas 

Bert. 1818 
M. Ls. Blais .. 1824 
Reine Tangu^ .. 1832 
Rosalie Picard .. 1817 
Vict BUodeau S.G. 1821 
Vict. Fortier S.G. 1823 
EliK. Guilmet Bert. 1845 
Marie Genest S.J. 1818 



J. B. Pouliot S.P.S. 
Aug. Casgrain •» 
Dr. Onesime Pelletier 

S.P.S 
M. Ange Keroack 

S.P.S. 1822 
(ienev.Morin S.P.S. 1829 
JosetteGarant S.F.S.1824 
Marg. Turgeon S.(;.1828 

M. Reine Goupy 

S.F.S. 1832 
Em^rence Dominque 

S.F.S. 1837 
Archange Roy S.P.S. 1828 
Luce Bilodeau Bert. 1842 
M. Soulange Peltier 

^ S.P.S. 1828 
M. Mad. Blanchet 

S.P.S. 1837 
M.Ls.Bi8sonnet S.M.1845 
Adele Cesairie Pepin 

S.\I, 1852 
Angele Gagnon S. V. 1849 
Marg. Roy S.V. 1841 
Ev. dn Rimouski 
Mad. Bissonet S.M. 1848 
Archange Bissonnet 

S. M. 1846 
Flavie Adeline Cor- 

riveau S.V. 1857 
Anastasie Bouillard 

S.V. 1837 
Julie Belanger S.V. 1861 
Mathilde Brochu 

S.V. iai2 
Saly Blais 

Anne Tangue S. V. 1858 
Eleonore Couture 
Domitille Basquet M 1867 



168 Joseph 
David 
Jean 

169 Michel 
Le meme 
Luce 

170 Jacques 

Le meme 
Elizabeth 
LouiH 
Joseph 

171 Simon 

Vilbon 

172 Louis 



BLAIS. 
<113) Marg. Boura^sa S.V. 1816 



(113) Fse. Aube S.V. 1818 
Mad. Mercier S. Chs. 1822 
Jean Blais .. 1846 

(113) M. Luce Basquet 

S. Chs. 1B27 
Apolline Blais S. Chs. 1828 
Ed. Marcoux m 1853 



(113) Henriette Gautron 

S.V. 1829 



(113) Henriette Pruneau 
S.G. 1829 

(114) Eliz. GoHselin S.G. 1824 

(115) Flavie Belanger S.M. 1828 
Pierre Chabot S.V. 1857 
Geo. Aug. Roy .. 1765 



173 Jean 

174 Jean 
M. Cesarie 
Saly 
Adolphe 
Jean Baptiste 

175 Michel (115) M. Desanges Tangue 

S.V. 1841 

176 Francois (116) Marie Nadeau S.G. 1829 

177 Narcisse (117) Flavie Talbot S.V. 1848 

178 Jean Bap- (120) M. Ls.PelchatS. Chs. 1840 

tiste 

179 Francois (124) Luce Picard S.P.S. 1844 

Xaviei 

180 Prudent (124) Ange. Conture Levis 1837 
M. Desanges Honore Marmen S.P.I 868 
M. Malvina J. B. Octave Gour- 

deauS.P. 1863 
(Jodfroi Prudent 

181 Charles (124) Flavie Chamberlan 

S.F.S. 1837 

182 Michel (125) MarceUine Daniau 

S.Chs. 1836 

183 Narciftse (126) Luce Quemeneur 

S.F.S. 1863 
1&4 Francois (129) Marg. Cochon S.M. 1832 
Xavier 

185 Prudent (150) Malvina Corriveau 

S. V. 1865 

186 Jean (168) Luce Blais S. Chs. 184G 
Le Meme MarceUine ( iautron 

S. Chs. 1846 

187 David (168) M. Chs. (lautron .. 1848 

188 Louis (170) Genevieve Dalaire 

S.M 1802 

189 Joseph (170) MarceUine 

Turge«>n S.M. 1S(>2 

190 Vilbon (171) M. Georgina 

Patouel S.V. 1862 

191 JeanBapt. (174) Desanges Roy S.V. ia57 

192 Adolphe (174) Adelina Gautron 

\ S.V. 1864 

193 Godfr.Prud.(180) Ade. Gourdeau S.P. 18(K) 

BLANCHET. 

1 Pierre Marie Fournier (^. 1670 
M. Madeleine Vincent Chretien 

S.Tho. 169<) 
2« Ch?. Picard S Tho. 1709 
Pierre Alphonse 
Guillaume 
Jean 
Louis 

2 Pierre Alph. (1) Louise Gagne 

Cap St. Ign. 1699 
M. Anne Laurent Michon 

M. Reine Jos. Lessart 

Noel 



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Louis 
Pierre 

3 Guillaume (1) 
M. Gertrude 

M. Marthe 

4 Jean (I) 

Genevieve 

Pierre 
Le Meme 
Genevieve 
M. Claire 

M. Louise 

Charlea 

Andr6 

Alexis 

Jean Bapti^te 

Aug^ustin 

5 Louis (1) 
M. Louise 
Angelique 

\L Genevieve 
Marguerite 

M. Angelique 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

Louis 

6 Joseph 

M. Angelique 
Pierre 
Jacques 
Joseph 

7 Pierre (2) 

8 Noel (2) 



M.AnneGagneS.M. 1705 
Halin Boivin S.Tho. 1747 
Jos. Buteau 

Cap S.Ign. 1749 
M. Genev. Gagne 

Bert. 1712 
J. B. Morin 
2' L8.ThibftultS.F.S.1761 

Genev. Rousseau 

J. B.Morin S.P.S. 1756 

Michel Quemeneur 

S.P.8. 1763 
J.B.ThibaultS.P.S. 1763 



M. Ange Joby Bert. 1723 
Joe. Coutur*' S.P.S. 1749 
J. B. Morin S.P.S. 1751 
Simon Talbot S.P.S. 1753 
Prisque Mathieu 

S.P.S. 1754 
Jos. Marie Picard 

S.P.S. 1761 



M. Jos Picard 

Jos. Cloutier S.P.S. 1754 



9 Louis (2) 

Jacques 
Le Djeuie 

10 Jean 

M. Josette 

Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

11 Simon 

M. Frangoise 

12 Pierre 
Louise 

M. Hel^ne 
Antoine 

13 Pierre (4) 
Pierre Bemara 
Gabriel 

14 Augustin (4) 

M. Angelique 
Rosalie 



M. Josette 
Hyacinthe 
15 Charles 
^iarguerite 
M. Josette 



Charles 
16 Alexis 

M. Louise 



(4) 



(4) 



Frs. Bouchard 

J. B. Huset S.P.S. 1766 

Cath. Rousseau 

Jos. Fontaine S.H. 1773 

Jos. Lefebvre S.l[. 1792 

M. Gad. (Jagne Islet 1740 



M. Ange Gerbert 

Cap S.Ign. 1752 
Jos. Marie L^vesque 

S.P.S. 1774 
Pierre Blanchet 

S,P.S. 1780 
Chs. Kiroack S.P.S. 1801 

Marg.Bilodeau Bert. 1754 
Frs. Blais Bert. 1772 

Michel GagnonS. V. 1784 
2" Noi^l Gerbert 

Bert. 1806 
3^ Frs. Pouliot Bert. 1823 

M. Mad. Fregeot 

S.F.S. 1766 
Frs. Aime S.G. 1787 



6-6 EDWARD Vll^ A. 1906 
BLANCHET. 



M. Jos. Jolv Bert, 1723 
M. Xainte t'ortin 

Inlet 1731 
Genev. Fontaine 

M. (ienev. Gagnon 

S.F.S. 1761 
M. Jos. Fuumier 
Genn. Gaudreau 

S.P.S. 1768 



RertheBilodeauS.G. 1791 
J. B. Guay S.G. 1797 



Josette 

Reine 

Alexis 

17 Andre (4) Fee Buteau Bert 17( 

18 Jean Baptiste (4) Ang^DeeoaintS.P.a 1773 



Marguerite 

Angelique 
Marie 
19 Louis 



(5) 



M. Marguerite 

Madeleine 

Paschal 

Joseph 

Pierre 

Louis 

20 Jean Baptiste (5) 
M Genevieve 

M.' pIK'ie 
M. Angelique 
Joseph Marie 
Andre 

21 Pierre 
Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 
Le meme 

Rosalie 
M. Judith 
Pierre Michel 
Louis 
Andre 
Hubert 

22 Jacques 
Marguerite 

23 JoMph 



Ant. Fortin S.G. 1797 
yL8.Cocbon S.V. 1813 
Chs. Goulet aO. 1800 
Joe. Talbot aG. 1801 
M. Marg. Jalbert 

Cap aign. 1747 
Ls. Lemieux S.P.a 1779 
J. B. Picard S.P.S. 1786 



Genev.Picard aP.& 1760 
Andre BUis S.P.S. 1781 
Ls. Bkis &P.S. 17R4 
J. B. Morin S.P.a 1790 
Ls. Couture S.P.a 1792 



(5) M. Blais Bert. 1767 



Rosalie Blanchet 

ap.ai78o 



J. B. Peltier 
Frs. Noel Cloutier 



1799 
1799 



1755 



24 



Mad. Vermet Bert. 
Julien Fontaine Bett. 1675 
Genev. Samaoo S.P.S.1759 

M. Anjj^lique (6) Pierre Couture .• 1793 

Gene vie\ e Etn. Nonnandeau S. G. l?Jr> 

Abraham 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

Pierre (6) 



25 Joseuh 

M. Josette 
Joseph Maiie 

26 Alexandre 
M. Louise 
Le meme 

27 Jacques 

Jacques 

28 Joseph 



M. Marthe Cloutier 

ap.a 1761 

M. Jos. Quemeneur 
Ls. Fontaine ap.a 1776 



M. Ls. Pepin 
Frs. Cloutier ap.a 1777 
M. Joe. Soucy » liS 
(9) M. Genev. Grondin 

Vve St. Joe.Beauce 1764 



(10) 



(12) 



29 JohnBaptiste(10) 
Louis Etienne 

30 Antoine 
M. Louis 
Louis 
Antoine 
Le meme 

31 Gabriel 



.(13) 



32 P. Bernard (13) 



Pierre 

33 Hyacinthe 

34 Charles 
M. Reine 
Charles 

35 Alexia 
Pierre 
Fran^ii 



M. Mad. Cloutier 

S.P.a 1764 
M. Frs-Iaabel .. 1775 

M. Agathe Roy aV 1768 
Lee. Gagn^ aH. 1794 



Genev. Feriant aH. 1783 
M. Th^r^ ChamberlsD 

ap.a 1786 

M. Anne Gilbert Cap. S. 

Ign.1790 



(14) M. Elis. Foamier 

ap.a 1785 

(15) Reine Blais Berk IZ^ 
Pierre Boulet „ 1803 

(16) C^leFowrmeraG.179i 



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36 Loaifl Marie (19) 

iL Arch»nge 
Lempme 
87 Jowph (19) 

38 Pftscha] (19) 
Pierre 

39 Pierre (19) 

40 LouisMarie 
Victoire 

41 FnDoois 
Charfeft 

42 Andre .(20) 

Mitfcelline 
M. NaUlie 
M. Genevieve 

Perpetue 
Le meme 

43 Joe. Marie (20 
3iL Enphrosine 

Jules Isidore 
Pie Celestin 
Juteph 

44 Pierre (21) 

Joseph Felix 
Aognstin 

45 JeanBaptiste(21) 



46 Loois 



(21) 



CHdulie 

Albert 

I/mic 

Danaae 

Godfroi 

47 Andre (21) 

48 Pierre MicheU21) 

49 Habert (21) 
Julie Olive 
Andr^ 
Magloire 

DO Tbomaa (21) 

H. Madeleine 

Loois Norbert 
51 Pierre (2S) 

tt J«anBaptiete(28) 

M. An^ile<^ue 
Jean Eaptiste 

53 Abraham (23) 

Haroelline 
Marie 
Looe 
Abmhain 

54 Jcwph Marie(25) 
Agatbe 

56 JaoQues (27) 

Madeleine 
56 LooliEtienne(29) 
ST Antoine (30) 
58 l^mis (30) 

Le 

50 Pierre 
COCharien 

18—15 



1^} 



M. Joe. Oucellet Islet 

1773 
Joe. Lacroix S. M 1802 
Luoe Bemier d.P.S 1834 
M. ElixGarantS.M.1780 
Mad. Picard S.P.8. 1793 

M. Le. Chretien 

S.P.S. 1794 
Marie Couillard 
Jaoq. Richard B. 1802 
M. Th^r^ Lamy S. Thoe 

M. Genev. Letourneau 

S.P.S. 1769 
J. B. Fontaine S.P.S. 1831 
Le. Picard ., 1832 

Aug. David Talon 

S P S 1832 
Frederic BUis S.P.S.1839 
Genev. Chritien 

8,P.S. 1834 
M. Euphrosine Cloutier 
Joe. Th^phile Blais 

S.P.S. 1844 



Claire Dambourg^ 

S.P.S. 1790 



M. Ang^ Samaon 

S.P.S. 1795 
M. Ls. Gosaelin 

a Che. 1805 
Joe. Jolivet •. 1854 



Rosalie Boy S. Che. 1821 
M. (>cile Blais 

S.F.S. 1821 
Julie Provost S.Ohs. 1846 
Etn. Plante .. 1840 



M. Mad. Morin 

S.Rooh dee Aunets i813 
Telesphore Blais 

S.P.8. 1837 

M. Vict. Morin 

8.P.S. 1784 
M. Ls. Turgeoo 

8. Chs, 1789 
Jos. Belanger S.y. 1814 

M. Ther^ Foumier 

8.P.8. 1803 
f'ierre Baudoin 8. V. 1832 
Ls. Tb^berge ,. 1835 
Ls. Tb^berge .. 1841 

Agatbe Godbout B. 1780 
Alexis Fluet 8.G. 1806 
8usanne TaiUeor S. P. 1788 
Philippe Charct .. 1809 
Oath. Brousseau 8.M.1821 
Geoev. Ferlant 8.H. 1783 
Louise Ga^ 8.G. 1800 
Genev (iodboat8.H.1805 
Cath.Cl^ment 8.Cbs. 1817 
M. Th^r^ Talon 

8.P.8. 1811 



BLANCHET. 



61 Charles (34) 

62 Pierre (35) 

63 Francois (35) 
Fran9ois 

64 Zacharie, fila de 

Jacq.and deM. 
Agn^ Dodier. 
Zacharie 

65 Pierre (38) 

66 Joeeph (43) 

67 Pierre Celes- 

tin (43) 

68 Jules Isidore (43) 

69 JoAeph Felix (44) 

70 Augustin (44) 

71 Louis (46) 

72 Damase (46) 

73 Godfroi (46) 

74 Albert (46) 

75 Andr^ (49) 

76 Magloire (49) 

77 Ls. Norbert (50) 

78 JeanBaptiste(52) 

Joseph 

79 Abraham (53) 

80 Fran9ois (63) 

81 Zacharie (64) 

Eulalie 

82 Joeeph (78) 



Marg. Guilmet Bert. 1807 
Genev. Clement 8. M. 1826 
Marg. Fradet .. 1829 

M. Anne Daniel Q. 1791 
Riv. du Loup 



Marg. Gagnon S.V. 1817 
M. AnneTalbot8. P.S. 1822 

M. Genev. Bacon 

S.P.8. 1823 
Euphrosine Anastaeie 

Baudoin S.P.8. 1832 
Marg. Picard ., 1820 
M. Luce Picard .. 1821 
M. Em^lie Lavergne 

S.P.8. 1823 
M. Anne Couture 

S.Ch8. 1839 
M. Caroline Turgeon 

aChs. 1846 
Adeline Ouillard B. 1848 
Melamie Turgeon 

8.Chs. 1861 
Marg. Mercier .. 1863 
Th^rtse Blais 8. P. 8. 1839 
M. Ange. Gosselin 

8.Chs. 1813 

Marg. Depont S.V. 1836 
M. Vict. Jahan .. 1862 
Basillisse Couillard 

aTho. 1826 
Joe. Dorval S.M. 1851 
Vitaline (^emenneur 

8.V. 1857 



1 
2 

3 Francis 
Le meme 

4 Antoine 
M. Josette 

Lememe 

5 Jean 

6 Lememe 



BLEAU. 



Bemier 

Frs. Lemoine S.M 

M. Mad. Bluteau 

Ls. Paouet S.M 

2"* Etn. Monmeny t. 

Mad. Monmeny » 

Marie Nolin 

M. Anne Laoasae 

aChs. 1758 



1760 

1765 
1776 
1777 



BLONDEAU. 



1 Germain 
M. Agatbe 



M Anne 
M. Tiouise 
Germain 
2 Germain (1) Eliis. 

Le meme M.R< 

M. Reine Joe. 

M. Madeleine Jos. 
M. Josatte Joe. 



Mad. Beauchamp 

Isle Verte 1730 

Mfrcier Bert. 1754 

ug. Mathieu •• 1798 

. Bemier u 1758 

Gautron S.V. 1766 



Frs. 
2°A 
Joe. 
Jos. 



BoDchardS.Tbo.1765 
essartaM.1773 
Lain^ S.V. 1795 
Maneau •• 1804 
Fortin ,. 1808 



BLOUIN. 



1 MMerio 
Marie 
(jrenevi^ve 

Anne 

Catherine 

Madeleine 



Marie Can-eau C.R. 1669 
Chs. Campagna 8. J. 1662 
Jean Letarte •• 1714 

2° Pierre Tsrdil A.G.1722 
Ls. Letoureau a J. 1796 
Clawde Guioo •• 1700 
Ant Pepin u 1^22 



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Gabriel 
Jean 
Jacques 
2 Jean (1) MadXanglois S.Tho.l700 

J()sei)h Marie 



<iabriel 
lie meme 
3 Jacques 

Joseph 
Le meme 
Genevieve 



Ang^lique 
M. Josette 
M. Louiae 
M. Anne 
' Marguerite 
Charles 
Jacquett 
4 Gabriel 
Maiguerite 
Madeleine 
Marie 



Cath. Trudel A.G. 1725 
(I) M. Genev. Racine 

S.Anne 1708 

Genev. Plante S.J. 1715 
Jos. Marie Thivierge 

S.J. 1746 



2^ Aug. Man^eau 
Gervais Pepin 
Jacq. Tremblay 
Jos. Leblond 
Jos. Boissonneau 
Ignace Goseelin 



1766 
1743 
1756 
1773 
1777 
1787 



(1) Cath. Jaban 
J. B. Gaulin 
Jos. Dion 
Jos. Meneux 
2"Jean Guion 



M 1713 
.. 1742 
M 1752 
.. 1847 
S.F. 1751 



Jean Baptiate 
Ren^ 
Louis 
Jacques 
CJabriel 
Francois 
Paul 
5 Joseph Marie (2) M. Jos. Blais Bert. 1734 



Genevi^\e 
M. Josette 
M. Catherine 
M. Marguerite 
M. Anne 
Joseph 
Jean 
Charles 
Le meme 

6 Gabriel 
M. Ang^Iique 
Gabriel 

7 Joseph 



Basile Thivierge S.J. 1754 
Jos. Lacroix S.J. 1755 



Frs. Blouiu 
Jos. Pen*, t 
J. B. Cote 



S.J. 1774 

S.J. 1768 

S.P.S. 1771 



Mad. Turcot S.F. 1751 

(2) AngeBaudouinS.Frb.17S9 

Andre Picard Bert. 1774 



M. Josette 
Pierre 
8 Charles 



(3) M. Mad. Mercier 

S. Anne 1737 
Jos. Gagnon 1763 

(3) M. Mad. Tremblay 

S.L. 1664 
Jos. Boissonneau S.J. 1785 
M. Cath. Gosselin 
Frs. Leblond S.J. 1777 



M. Madeleine 
9 Jacques (3) 

M. Genevieve 
Jacques 
Charles 
Louis 
10 Gabriel (4) M. Mad. PerrotS.F. 1741 



M. Madeleine 

Elizabeth 
M. Cotherine 

11 Jean Baptiste 
M. Anne 

M. Therese 
M. Louise 
Madeleine 
Joseph 

12 Louis 

M. Charlotte 
M. Josette 

Em^ry 
Pierre 

13 Fran9ois 
Marie 



Berth. Terrien S.J. 1761 
2« Ls. Buwiere S.Chs. 1701 
J. B. Fortier S.J. i;75 
Basile Plante S./. 1776 
M. Anne Delage S.J. 1754 
Frs. Theberge S.F S. 1783 
Ls. Fontaine S.F.S. 1784 
Frs. Fontaine S.F.S. 1787 
Jacques PicardS.F.S.1889 

(4) AngeRoberge S. P. 1755 
Barth. Pepfn S.J. 1801 ] 
Jacq. Bidet S.J. 1777 i 
2° Guil. Terrien S.J. 17H3 I 



M. Cath. Blouin S J. 1774 

M. Jos. Plante S.J. 1706 
J. B. FerUnt S.J. 1786 
Etn. BoissonneauS.J.1792 
Chs. Blouard S.J. 1793 



(4) Hel^ne Leclaire S.P. 1755 
Jos. Bazin S.H. 1812 



5-6 EDWARD VIL, A. 1906 

BLOUIN. 
Francois 
Joseph 
Emery 
Gabriel 
Le meme 
Louis 

14 Rene 
M. Ang^lique 
M. Elizabeth 
M. Anne 
Rene 
Le m^me M. Jos. Niel S,P. 1788 

15 Jacques (4) M. Celeste Rochnn 

S F. 1761 
Etienne 

16 Paul H^l^e Gagnon 

S. Anne 1775 
H<^l^ne Ls. Pichet S.F. 1830 

M. Josette Michel Savoie S.Fn*. 1817 

Gabriel 
Jean Baptiste 

17 Gabriel M. Ange Audebert 

M. Ang^le Job. Fortier S.J. 1808 

Joseph 

18 Jo eph (5) M. Jos. Leclaire S. P. 1764 
M. Madeleine Ant. Pepin S.J. 1795 
Jean Francois 

Joseph 

Le meme M. Blad. Goupy S.M.1774 

Barthelemi 

Paul 

19 Jean (5) M. Chs. Lescabut 

S.Frs. 1773 

M. Jos. Natalie Jacq. Blouin S.J. 1800 

M. Marguerite J. B. Turcot S. J. 1813 
Jean Francois 
Joseph 

20 Charles (5) M. Jos.TreUiblayS. J.1778 
Le meme l^rsule Blouin S. J. 1812 

21 Gabriel (6) M. Genev. Mereier 

Bert. 1763 

M. Genevieve Jos. Lemieux Bert. 1786 

M. Louise Jns. Aube Bert, 1793 

M. Marguerite Nicolas Pouliot Bert, 1794 

M. (J.'uevi^ve Frs. Bolduc Bert. 1815 
Andre Louis 

22 Pierre (7) M. Dorothee Martineau 

S.F. 1764 
Jacques 

23 Jacnues (9) M. Mad.LeblancS.J.1778 
M. Madeleine Jos. Blouin S.J. 1798 

2^ Jos. Laine S.J. 1807 

Elizabeth Frs. Dessaint S.J. 1809 
tlacques 

24 Charies (9) M.Chs.ThiviergeS.J.1783 
Charlotte Chs. Leblanc S.J. 1813 
M. Josette Jos. Paqnet S.J. 1826 
M. Madeleine Louis Pepin & J. 1819 
Charles 

Jacques 

Joseph 

Frau9ois 

25 Louis (9) M. Jos. Drouin S.J. 1790 
Sophie Pierre Gautier S. J. 1819 
Joseph 

26 Joseph (11) Mad.Ang^Remillart] 

S.V. 1784 

Marie Jos. Aub^ S.H. 1811 
Francois 
Pierre 
Joseph 

27 Emery (12) J«»sette S.J. 1786 
M. Ursule Chs. Blouin •. 1816 
Apolline Frs. Campa^na .. 1820 
M. Josette Pierre Blouin ., 1822 
Julienne Ls, Poulin .. 1822 
M. Ther^we Jos. Lain^ » 1827 



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M. Charlotte 
Ang^le 
Emerj 
Pierre 

28 Pierre (12) 
Marguerite 
Mane 

Judith 
Charles 

29 Fran^oui (13) 
Joaeph Marie 
JeaD Francois 

30 Joiepb 03) 
Alexis e 
Gabriel 

A EfDery (13) 

B Gabriel (13) 

31 Louis 13) 



Le 

33 Ren^ (14) 

M. Joeette 
(jeoeri^ve 
Euphrosine 
^farie 

Einery 
Pierre 
Francois 
Jean 
Paul 

(vuillaome 
33 Etienne (15) 

M. Olive 
M. Anne 
(ifneTi^ve 
Joseph 
Leno^me 

31 Gabnel (16) 

35 JeanBaptiste(16) 

36 Joseph (17) 
M. Ang^le 
Angeliqae 

Gnillaiuiie 
(Gabriel 

37 Joseph (18) 

38 JeanFran9oifl<18) 

39 Paul (18) 
« BarthelHmi (18) 

Bl Marguerite 
41 Jowph (19) 

Paul 
12 J«anFran9oi8(19) 

Marguerite 

Jean 
43 Gabriel (21) 

Anoable 

Marie 

Louise 

Victoire 
44Banle (21) 

Marie 

M« Apolline 

BastJe 
45 ADdf«Loa«(21) 

RoMlie 

Louise 



18-15J 



La. Laine 
Ant. Turgeon 



1827 
1836 



Larg. 

Joe. Foumier » 1817 

Lb. Plante .. 1820 

J. B. Mercier .. 1823 

Ang^ Pouliot S. J. 1781 
M. Jos. Cochon S. J. 1788 



Marg. HeUe S.J. 1790 
Gertrude GrenetS.H.1800 
M. Ang^le Ox!hon 

S J 1808 
Ursule Fontaine S.H.1816 
Genev. Terrien S. J. 1786 
Frs. Pouliot .. 1808 

Jos. Blouin .. 1809 

Pierre Labreoc^ue i* 1822 
Laurent Thivierge 

S.J. 1814 



M. Ang^ Roberge 

S.P. 1787 
Jacq. Goaselin S.F. 1820 
Prosper Bi»on .. 1832 
J. B. GosseUn .. 1832 

Abondanoe Tremblay 

S.F. 1815 
Maiv. DupuiH S. J. 1804 
M. Ls. Martineaii 

S. Frs. 1807 
Hel^ne Audet S. J. 1794 
J. B. Gigui^re .. 1824 
Chs. Labrecque u 1847 
J^r^mie Turcot .i 1852 



Mad. Blouin S.J. 1798 
Veronique Roy 8. M. 1806 

V. de Chs. Diibord 
Vict Turcot S.J. 1813 
Maiie Gosselin 

S. Chs. 1805 
Simon Gosselin •• 1822 
Genev. Blouin S. J. 1809 

Marg. Turcot S.J. 1810 
Magi. Demeule .i 1836 
Frt. Blouin .. 1851 

M. Joe. Lemieux 

Bert. 1792 
Jean Brochu S.G. 1813 
Michel Bilodean .. 1817 
Jacq. Lefebvre .. 1816 
M. Anne HarpeS.V.1797 
J. B. Bilodeau Bert. 1817 
J. B. Bolduc .. 1824 

R^we Blais ., 1798 

Michel Gosselin Bert. 1818 
Frs. Lefebvre .. 1823 



BLOUIN. 



Fran9oiB 
Louis 

46 JeanBaptiste(21) 

Catherine 
Le menie 

Amable Nazaire 

47 Jacques (22) 



48 Jacques 



(23) 



Benjamin 
Jacques 
49 Charles (24) 

Charles 
Joseph 
Lememe 

Ang^le 

M. Anne 

C^ile 

Jean 

Francois 

Louis 

Paul 

Pierre 

Guillaurae 



Jacou 
Apolli 



Apolline 
Marcelline 

51 Joseph 

52 Francois 

53 Josepn 

54 Francois 
Le m^me 

55 Pierre 

56 Joseph 

58 Emery 
56 Pierre 

59 Charles 



(24) 



(24 
(24 
(25) 



(26 
(27) 
(27) 
(28 



60 JeanFran9oi8(29) 

Justine 
Franooise 

61 Joseph Marie(29) 
Jeremie 

Jean Baptiste 

Josei^h 

Ferdinand 

62 Gabriel (30) 

Adelaide 

Francois 

Louis 

Paul 

Joseph 

Magloire 

63 Alexis (30) 

64 Reni^ (32) 
Christine 
Emelie 
Charles 

65 Emery (32) 
Ursule 

Julie 

M 

Marcelline 

El«k)nore 

Philom^ne 

Francois 

Chafes 

Rene 



M. Cath. Corriveau 

S V 1805 

J. B. Ck>uillard Bert. 1826 

M. Ang^ Bergevin 

Bert. 1816 

M. Cath. Dalaire 

S. Frs. 1807 
Josette Natalie Blouin 

S.J. 1800 



M. Cath. Hubert S. J.1812 



M. Anne Lebi 



ire(»ue 



1819 

Ls. Pepin .i 1842 

Tho. Theberge .i 1845 
Jos. Hubert .. 1857 



M. Anne Delage S. J.1812 
Geo. Turcot ., 1846 

Paschal Langlois S.J. 1849 
Genev. Labrecque » 1823 
M.Anne Bacquet •• 1827 
Marie Turcot S.F. 1831 
Ange Queret S.V. 1806 
Mad. Tangue .. 1830 
Cath. Plante S.Chs. 1816 
Marie Plante n 1816 
Josette Terrien S.J. lOW 
Justine Leblanc n 1839 
Louise Morisset S.G. 1823 
Jfiuphrosine Delisle 

S.J. 1808 
Paul Dalaire .. 1843 

M.Ang6Paquet .. 1812 



M. Ang^ Thivierge 

S.J. 1810 
Frs. Dumas .. 1832 



Mad. Thivierge S. J. 1818 

Q 
C^ile Pepin S.J. 1811 
Frs. Blouin .. 1832 

Paul Blouin .. 1844 

Marie Audibert .. 1817 

Jos. Fradet .. 1845 

Chs. Laine .. 1852 

F. X. Terrien .. 1856 

Frs. Hebert .. 1855 

Nazaire Pepin •• 1857 
Michel Quemeneur 

S.J. 1863 



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BLOUIN. 



66 Pierre (32) 
Le uieme 
Maroelline 

67 Guillaume (32) 
Francis Xavier 
Jean 

68 Franjoifi (32) 
Ferdinand 

I^ meme 
Antoine Hubert 

69 Jean (32) 
Hubert 

70 Paul (32) 
Philomene 

71 Joseph (33) 
Mane 

JoHeph 

72 Guilfaume (36) 
M. Josette 
Henrietta 
Luce 

Philomene 
Guillaume 
Joseph 
Edouard 
Francois Xavier 

73 Gabnel (36) 



74 Paul 
Theophile 

75 Jean 



(41) 
(42) 
(44) 



76 Baaile 
Le meue 

77 Fran9oi8 
Olivier 

78 Francois (35) 

79 Louis (45) 

80 Amable Na- (46) 

Zaire 

81 Jacques (48) 
Lememe 

82 Benjamin (48) 

83 Charles (49) 

84 Joseph (49) 

85 Jean (49 

86 Francois (49) 

87 Paul 49) 

88 Pierre (49) 

89 Louis (49) 

90 Guillaume (49) 

91 Francois (60) 
Catherine 
Louis Adeline 
Jean 
Francois- Xavier 

92 Jeremie 
98 Joseph 

94 J.-Baptiste (61) 

95 Ferdinaod (61) 

96 Fran9oi8 (62) 
Julie 

Delvina 
Marie 
Lumina 
Joseph 

97 Magloire (62) 
Le meuie 

98 Paul (62) 

99 Louis (62) 
Lememe 

100 Joneph (62) 

101 Charles (64) 

102 Fran5ois (65) 



Frs. Gosselin a J. 1819 i 
M. Jos. Blouin .. 1822 
Joe. Audet .. 1H47 

Marg. Plante S.Frs. 1820 

Julie Cotin S.J. 1825 

M. Barbe Roy S.V. 1837 

Esther Gosselin S. J. 1833 

Marg. Sinoard .. 1834 
Jos.PeDin .. 1862 

Marie Lamothe S.F. 1831 
Bruno Fremont •• 1862 

M. Jos. Cochon S.J. 1819 
Samuel Fortier i. 1840 
Joe. Dupuis M 1851 

„ 1852 
Honore Langlois «• 1856 



Marie Emond 8. J. 1822 

Ade Simard sl J. 1843 

Emelie Marseau 

S.Fr8. 1843 
M. Vict. Balan S.V. 1828 
RosaUe Bolduc S.M. 1827 
Louise Nadeau S.H. 1796 

Ad^ Brochu S.V. 1826 
Mad.Brousseau Bert. 1823 
Delphine Fortin S.V. 1840 

M. Anne Fnrtin a J. 1826 
Marie Gaulin .. 1841 
Henriette Pepin .. 1845 
Emt^rence Plante .i 1836 
Marie Pepin .. 1842 

Marie Roberg« .i 1850 
Marie Heliert t. 1853 
Julie Turcot .. 1855 

Philom^neFortier ti 1857 
Demerise Curadeau 

aJ. 1858 
Julie Turcot .. 1863 

Cath. Gosselin aJ. 1831 
Chs. Langlois .. 1856 



Cath. Pichet S.J. 1841 
Henriette PouliuS. J.1841 
Ursule Pichet S.J. 1844 
Justin TheviergeS. J.1857 
Christine BlouinS.J. 18.32 
Edouard Blouin n 1854 
Paul Litoumeau » 1861 
Jos. Paquet .f 1862 

Jos. Pichet M 1864 

JosetteGodboutS.L 1832 
Josette Dalaire, S. Croix 

1858 
Emelie Blouin S.J. 1844 
Ange Dupuis S.J. 1844 
Mar^. Jahan .. 1857 

Ange Labrecque 1848 
Cecile Pouliot S.J. 1852 
Cecile Blouin S.J. 1861 



103 Ren^ (65) 

104 Charles (65) 

105 Jean (67) 

106 Fran9ois-X»-(67) 

vier 

107 Ferdinand (68) 

108 Ant. Hubert (68) 

Honore 

109 Hubert (69) 

110 Joseph (71) 

111 Guillaume (72) 

112 Joseph (72) 

113 Edouard (72) 
Joseph 

114 Fran9oi8 Xa-(72) 

vier 

115 Theophile (74) 

116 Olivier (77) 

117 Fnuifois Xa (91) 

vier 

118 Louis Adeline 

m) 

119 Jeau (91) 

120 Joseph (113) 



Marcelline PepinS . J. 1852 
Mad. Pouliot S.J. 1860 
Marie Gaulin S . F. 1849 
MarcellineDaUireS.J1859 

Sara Pedeak S.J. 185ft 
Car. Hort. Verginie Roy 
a V. 1864 
M. Anne Pepin a J. 1865 
Caroline Drouin aF. 1855 
Seraphine PichetS. J.1846 
Odile Tangu^ a J. 1850 
Julie Blouin aJ. 1854 

PhUom^ne Pouliot 

a J. 1864 
Lea Picard aFre. 1861 
Soolastique Tanque 

aChs. 1838 
Henriette Noel aU 1854 



Ade Toussaint S.J. 1857 
Ad6 Dion S-J. 1865 

M. Aurelie Leclaiie 

aL.1878 



BLOUARD. 



1 Mathurin 
Madeleine 
Marquerite 
Anne 

•I 
Mathieu 
Jean Baptiste 

2 Mathieu (1) 

3 Jean-BaptiBte(l) 
V^roBique 
Marie 
Genevieve 
Charles 

4 Charles 
Tb^reee 



Reine 
Chaties 
5 Charles 



Marg. Poulet aF. 1671 
J. B. Ratte aP. 1698 
Jean Gouki h 1700 

Jean Robcoge n 1700 
T Jean Cochon » 1717 



Mad. Feriant aP. 1707 
Marie Robei]ge S. P. 1711 
Pierre Ledaire •' 1751 
Jos. Asselin m 1735 

Chs. Aubin n 1767 

Reine Montigny S.P. 1761 
J. R VoUnt Je 

ChiunplainaP. 1785 
Chs. Giufcy aP. 1793 



(4) M.AnneBlQ«unaj. 1793 
BOILARD. 



(8) 



1 Jean 
Claude 

Jean-Baptiste 
Mathieu 

2 Mathieu (1) 
M. TbMee 

M. Anne 
Catherine 

Nicolas 

3 Jeiin-Baptiste(l) 
Le meme 

4 Claude 
Claude 

5 Nicolas (2) 
M. Jo«ette 
Alexandre 
Lonis 

6 Claude (4) 

Maivuerite 
M. Charlotte 
Josette 
Claude 



Jeann^ Maranda Q. 1680 



Marie Andet aL. 1729 
Ls. Bourre B. 1761 

J. B. Nadeau « 1764 
Jos. Guay aM, 1765 

2" Jus. Gosselin •« 1783 

Marg. Palin Q. 1693 

M. Geiiev. ValiePPaPl7a) 
M. Anne Larriv^ B. 1738 

M. Chs. Giraiti a 1756 
Jacq. Gii-ard « 1793 



M. Fse. BoQcr^ Chs. 

Bouigl761 
Jos. BosurmsM B. 1785 
Frs. Begin « 1788 

Pierre Vali^re h 1796 



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Jawph 

7 AofrMtin 

M. QAtberine 

Michel 

LeMenM 

8 AlexAikdre (5) 
M. Chariotte 

9 Loau (5) 
&L Joeephine 
HChMiotte 
EdouArd 

10 CUnde (6) 

Isidore 

Antione 

LeMeine 

11 JOM^ (6) 
M. Charlotte 
Fr»ii9ois 
EtieDDe 
Joseph 
GhM-les 

12 Michel 
13£doaArd 
H Astoine 
15I«idore 

16 Frmn^ois 

17 Btienne 

18 Joseph 
Celina 
Henriette 
Prudent 
Jo«ph 
Loom 

ACharlee 

19 Joseph 
»l*nident 
21 Loois 



(7) 
(9) 
(10) 
(10) 
(U) 
(U) 
(11) 



(11) 
(18) 
(18) 
(18) 



M. Vict. Tremblay 

J. B. Twrgeon S.M. 1787 

M.Joe.BoMticS.V. 1764 
M. Chs. Bergeron B. 1791 
Charlemagne Coiiil- 

lard B. 1813 

Joe. Amable Couil- 

lard K 1813 

M. Ch. Labr«oqueB. 1798 
Cha. Guay B. 1831 

Benoni Bergeron B. 1839 

M. EUz. H^e Levis.1789 
Jos, Roy S. G. 1819 

La. Lemard S. G. 1847 



Ur«ule BouletS. G. 1815 

V. de Simon Talbot 
Susanne Girard B. 1796 
J. B. Labrecque » 1830 



Ang^ Adam S. M. 1789 
Luoe Baoquet S. M. ia4a 
Judith Roy S. G. 1828 
Rosalie Baudouin S.G1818 
M. Anne Filteau B. 1828 
M. La. Giiay B. 1829 
Marg. Guay Levis. 1822 
La. tarrive B. 1853 

Fr^eric Rousseau •. 1859 



Viol. Gontier L^vis. 1831 
Cath. Turgeon B. 1846 
Henriette Dub^ B. 1867 
Marie Bilodeau B. 1852 



BOILARD. 



BOISSEL. 



1 Jacques 
Marguerite 

Ncel" 
GiUes 
Goillaame 

2 Noel 
Francois 
Claude 
Louis 
Pierre Noel 

9Claode 
4GiD« 
« Claude 

Manmerite 

Martbe 
« Pierre Noel 



Marie Herepel 
Etn. Bouchard 
T Julien Joyau '' 



9 (1) Marie Morin 

Pierre Lefebvre 



1687 
1687 



Q. 1669 
B. 1704 



Marie 

Madeleine 

Josirph 

Loubi 

CTbariee 
7 Louis 
8Pierfe 

Ostboioe 



<1| 
2) 



(2) 



(2) 



Jean Baptiste 
9 Joseph (6) 

10 Charles (6) 



Louise Leblanc 

MaiK. Salois a F. 1697 

Marg. Morin 1693 

Ls. Bourbeau Q. 1717 

J. B. Levitre .• 1721 

Louise Ge os eron 1707 

J. B. Labreoqne B. 1727 

Pierre Forgues » 1787 

J. RCaron ,. 1745 



Genev. Cot^ A. G. 1707 
Ursule Caron 
Ls. Pouliot a Chi. 1770 
V Fra. Cot^ « 1798 

Ang^ Gosselin a V. 1763 
Rosalie Doison S.Ohs. 1763 



M. Charlotte 
M. Josette 
Catherine 
• Marie 

Josei>h 
Antoine 

11 Louis 

M. Angelique 
Fran^oise 
Le ujeme 
Marguerite 

12 Jean Baptiste (8) 

13 Antoine (10) 
Marg[uerite 
Antoine 

Le meme 

Charies 
Le meme 

14 Joseph (10) 
Marguerite 
Fran9oiBe 
Marie 



Julie 
Charles 

15 Antoine (13) 

16 Charles (13) 



Ant. Gosselin 
Jos. Vali^re 
Andre Dupont 
J. B. Dupont 
V Aug. Pilote 



1789 
1802 
1807 
1807 
1817 



17 Charles 



(14) 



Ang6 Lacasse B. 1755 
Ls. Canier .. 1786 

Ls. Mariage ,. 1797 

M.Margr.Plante aM.1775 
Pierre Blais Bert. 1801 
Genev. Queret S. M. 1774 
Marg. Roy S. Chs. 1794 
Timothe GarantaG.1812 

Charlotte Vali^re 

S. G. 1799 

M. Anne Gonthier 

S.G. 1813 
Marg. Bussi^re B. 1801 
F. X. Couture .. 1829 
J. B. Roy S. Chs. 1836 
Michel PoliquinS.(^sl826 
2" Pierre Quemeneur 

aM. 1833 
Pierre Fortin .. 1839 

Marguerite S.G. 1842 
Charlotte Gosselin 

S.G. 1830 
Ange Labrecque 

8. Chs. 1835 



BOISSONNEAU-ST. ONGE. 



1 Vincent 
Isabelle 
Jeanne 
Nicolas 
Jean 

2 Nicolas 

Therese 

3 Jean 
Elizabeth 



(1) 



(1) 



Nicolas 

Joseph 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

Madeleine 

M. Josette 

M. Louise 



)L)h 
>las 



5 Nicol 



Anne Fran9oise 

M. Josette 

M. Th^r^ 

M. Angelique 

Pierre Nicolas 

Joseph 

Le meme 

Nicolas Francois 
« Pierre (3) 

Marie 

Franchise 
7 Joseph (3) 

Viotoire 

Marguerite 

M. Madeleine 



Anne Colin S.F. 1669 
Ren6 DesloriersS.J. 1694 
J. B. GeHna " 1700 



Anne Jeanne Poisson 

S.L. 1685 
Chs. Lefebvre S.J. 1741 
MargChoret S.F. 1707 
Pre. Noel Plante S.J. 1746 
2" Claude Guion .. 1783 



Josette Demeule 
Gab. Dufour S.J. 1756 
Ls. Emond .. 1757 

(iuill. Terrien ., 1764 
2* Ant. Coulombe .. 1772 

Anne Fse Tangue 

aV. 1734 
Michel Philippe Daniau 

aF.a 1758 
J. B. Marseau S.F.S. 1758 
Jaq. Baudouin •• 1761 
Noel Roy Bert. 1767 



Genev. Plante S.F.S. 1755 

G^nev. Gontier B. 1740 
Gab. Duquet S.Chs. 1763 
Jean Plante .. 1723 
Marg. Blais Bert. 1747 
Frs. Thibaut S.F.S. 1787 
Ignaoe Fortier .. 1789 
Jean Marie Fradet 

aF.a 1791 



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Nicolas 
Jof»eph 
Michel 

Jean Baptiste 
8 Jo6eph (4) 



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M. Marguerite 
M. Anne 
M. Jcwette 

M. Anne 
Jean Fran9oi8 
Amable 
Pierre 
Joseph 
9 Pierre Nicolas (5) 

Marguerite 

M. Therene 
M. Angelique 
Frangoise 
Pierre 
Louis 

10 Joseph (5) 
Genevieve 
Josette 

11 Nicolas Frs. (5) 
Marguerite 

12 Joseph Marie 
M. I^ouise 
Madeleine 

Etienne 
Louifl 

13 Nicolas (7) 
M. Anne 
Marcel line 
Angile 
Arohange 
Nicolas 

Jean 
Prudent 
Pierre 
Joseph 

14 Jean BaptiKte(7) 

Elizal)eth 
Lo nieme 

Thomas 

Louis 

Augustin 

15 Joseph (7) 

M. Genevieve 
M. Reine 
Jacques 

16 Michel (7) 
A Joseph (8) 

17 Jean Francois (8) 
Julie 

ti 
Constance 
Madeleine 

18 Pierre (8) 
Soulange 
Cecile 

II 
Christine 
Damase 
Francois Xavier 

19 Amable (8) 
Fran9ois 

20 Pierre (9) 
Pierre 



Anne Mad. Blouin 

S.J. 1785 
Jos. Demeule S.J. 1809 
Pierre Terrien h 1801 
Lb. Abraham Del sle 

S.J. 1819 
Frs. Beaucher S.F. 1880 



Th^rese Genderon I 

S.F.S. 17«3 I 
Chrysostome Dumas 

S.F.S. 1796 ; 
Etn. Boulet .., 1797 ' 

Frs. Moiin .. 1798 , 

Pierre Canac S.P. 1797 | 



Mad. Boutin S.F.S. 17ti5 
And. Thibaut .. 1806 
La. Valiere S.H. 1807 
Mad. Pilote S.M. 1802 
Michel Mercier .. 1822 
M. Jos. Asselin 
J. B. Beffin S.H. 1795 
Claude Vaillancour 

S. J. 1801 



Marie McNeil S.V. 1789 
Firmin Bois n 1811 

Jos. Fortier .. 1876 

Pierre Leblond i. 1829 
Jacq. Fradet S.M. 1818 



M. Eliz. Biiteau 

S.F.S. 1777 
Jos. Jolin 
M. Chaire Lamandeau 

S.F.S. 1787 



M. Genev. Gagnon 

S.F.S. 1776 
Michel GuilmetS.V. 1813 
Chas. Hebert .. 1814 



Marie Bolduc S.V. 
Eliz. Helie S.H. 
Julie Pouliot S.J. 
Frs. Hebert n 

2' Jean Plante .. 
J. B. Audet H 

Magi. Pichet 
M. Angile Pepin •• 
Frs. Curadeau •. 
Jos. Terrien •• 

T PierreCoulombe h 
F. X. Gagnon m 



1791 
1799 
1803 

ias2 

1860 
1835 
1838 
1807 
1835 
1839 
1854 
1843 



21 Louis (9) M. Reine Mercier 

S.F.a 1798 
Gab. Aube S.F.S. 1831 
Jos. Canac .. 1842 

Magi. Morin .. 1842 



MarcelUne 
M. Zoe 
M. Lorette 
Louis 
Pierre 
Vital 

23 Louis (IS) 

Le meme 

24 Etienne (1£) 
Marguerite 

M. Elizabeth 

Angile 

Jean 

Joseph 

Pierre 

Louis 

25 Nicolas (13) 

26 Joseph (13) 

27 Prudent (13) 

28 Jean (13) 

29 Pierre (13) 

30 Jacques 

31 Jacques 
Le meme 

32 Fran9ois* (18) 

Xavier 

33 Damabe (18) 

Belzimire 
84 Francois (19) 

35 Pierre (20) 
Marguerite 
Elizabeth 

M. Angele 
Pierre 
Le meme 

36 Pierre (21) 

37 Vital (21) 

38 Louis (21) 
M. Elizabeth 

39 Thomas (14) 

40 Aueustin (14) 
M. Olive 

41 Louis (14) 

42 Jean (24) 
Francois Xavier 
Joseph 

43 Joseph (24) 

44 Pierre (24) 

45 Louis (24) 



M. Eliz. Morriset 

S.M.17S« 
M. Eliz. Guerard 

S.J. 1802 
M. Eliz, Blouin S. j! 1792 
JeanCharlan n 1816 
Martin Gig^ere m 1827 
Louis Moor n 1834 



Mathurin Q. 

Cath. Buteau S.F.S. 1822 
Flavie Bolduc S.V. 18^ 
Angile Beaudouin 

S.V. 1839 
M. Em^lie McNeil 

S.M. 1847 
Josette Gagnon S. V, 1839 
Josette Queret 
Marcel line Richard 

aV. 1845 
Henriette Gagnon 

S.J. 1843 
M. Hombeline Terrien 

S.L.1853 
Pierre Gosselin i. 1879 
Emelie Demeule S. J 1850 
Marg. Rouleau S.R. 1810 
Jos. Gaulin S.F.S. 1831 
Joseph PanS .. 1835 
Luc Boulet M 1841 

Genev. Talbot h 1832 
Archange Aube S.L. 1827 
Constance Morin 

S F S 1835 
Eliz. Turgeon ' R 1832 
Jos. Gautron n 1851 

Marie Couture S. P. 1833 
Thecle Noel S.P. 1822 
Nazaire Chatigny i> It^ 
C^ile Rousseau S.P. 1825 
Marie Glgu^re S, J. 1827 



M. Angr^Ie Giguere 

S.J. 1827 
Vict I>abbe S. Frs. 1837 
Cath. Dompierre 

S. Frs. 1853 
46 Pierre (35) M. Restitut Couture 

S. Frs. 1836 

Eleonore Labrecque 

S.J. 1S65 
Rose Dalaire a J. 1865 



47 Francois- 

Xavier (42) 



Ursule Pichet S.L. 1821 
Marg. Morin S.F.S. 1789 [ 



48 Joseph 



1 Pierre 

Marie 

Augustin 

Pierre 

Jean 

Charles 



(42) 



BOIVIN 



Etiennettc Fa fart 

3 Riv. 1664 
Jos. Simard S Anne 1702 



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2 Pim« (I) 

3 ChArlee (1) 

4 Jwn (1) 

5 Augustin (1) 
Pierre 

Le Dteme 

6 Pierre (5) 
Lememe 

Le meme 
Joseph 

7 Helin 

Si mem 
Joseph 

8 Pierre 
Le m^me 

Catherine 

TbiUte 

9 Joseph (6) 

10 Simon (7) 

M. Euphroeine 

(Jenevieve 

Simon 

Jean-Baptiste 

Fianooifl 

Michel 

11 Jo**ph (7) 

Marie 

12 Simon (9) 
Trmile 
Elizabeth 
Maroelline 
Fran9oiae 
Reine 

M. Sophie 
Antoine 

Frao9oi8 Xavier 
Simon 
Jerdme 

13 Jean Baptinte (9) 
Bngitte 

Le meme 
A Michel 

14 FranociiB (9) 

15 Antoine (12) 
Reine 

16 Simon (12) 

17 Jer6me (12) 

18 Fran9oU Xa.(12) 

vier 



M. Anne Pare 

S. Anne 1710 
Anne Aimee Poulin 

S. Anne 1714 
Mnd. Simard 

S. Anne 1825 
Barbe Gagn^ 

Reine Simard 

S. Anne 1825 
Hel^neLabbeS. Frs. 1747 
Louise Bissonnet m 1757 
M. Jo8. Morin S.F.S. 1767 

M. Gertrude Blanohet 

S. Tho. 1747 



Josette Boutin 
Cath. Robitaille, 

Lorette 1743 
Lb Letoumeau S.V. 1781 
lOtn. Corriveau n 1785 
J. B. Dorval .. 1787 

Marie Deblois S.F. 171>9 
M. Genev. Gagnon 

S.F.S. 1767 
Pierre Fortier S.F.S. 1790 
Jos. Gagnon » 1793 



M. Soolastique Chiasson 
S.F.S. 1773 
Toussaint Langlois 

S.M. 1707 
Reine Gagnon g.F.S.1792 
J. B. Beaucher .. 1823 
J. B Motin M 1837 

Joe. Samson n 1843 

Chs. Langlois S.V. 1819 
F^lixB^Unger .. 1821 
Ant Mercier •• 1829 



Mar^.MarseauS. F.S.1797 
Flavien Duohesneau 

S.F.S.1824 
Marg. Paquet .. 1807 
Reine Fse. Picard 

S.P.a. 1798 
Vict Gagnon S. F.S.1809 
Reine Fradet S.V. 1819 
Frs. Marseau S.F.S. 1844 
ArchangePar^ S.V.1832 
Ang^. &mson S.G.1828 

V. d' August Blais. 
Fse. Baudouin S.F.S.1844 



1 Louis 
Louis 
Reo^ 

2 Louis 
Viem 
Joseph 
Jean 

2A Rene 
Zacharie 

3 Louis 
Leroeme 



BOLDUC. 

(1) Eliz. Hubert Q. 1668 

(1) Louis Caron S. Anne 1697 



(1) M. Anne Gravel 

Agn^ Dufour 
Agn^Leblond S.F. 1728 



Francois 
Paul 

4 Zacharie 

Zacharie 

5 Louis 
Mar^erite 
Angelique 
M. Agathe 
Louis 
Jacques 

6 Pierre 
Maiguerite 
M. Josette 
M. Josette 

Pierre 
Joseph 

7 Joseph 
M. Anne 
Pierre 

8 Fran9ois 
Agn^ 

A Paul 



9 2^harie (4) 

Le meme 

10 Juan (2) 
Jean Baptiste 

11 Louis (5) 
Le meme 
Le meme 
Catherine 
Marie 
Joseph 
Francois 
Michel 

12 Jacques (5) 
Jacques 
Charles 
Michel 

13 Pierre (6) 
M. Josette 



BOLDUC. 



(2) G. Jeanne Meunier 

S. Joa. 1728 

Marg. Poulin 

Pierre Forgues S.V. 1745 

Pierre Adam m 175S 

Jos. Pilote M 1764 



(2) M. Jos. Leblond S.F. 1728 
Aug. Pilote S.V.176S 
Aug. Balard .. 1764 

Ls. Plante .. 1768 

V Ohs. Barillau S.G. 1806 



(2) Ther^se Poulin S.Joa.l727 
Jacq. Belanger S.V. 1764 

(3) Fse. Filion S.Joa, 1741 
Aug. Roy S.M. 1774 

(3) M.Anne Morin S.P.S.1773 
S. Marie 
M. Anne Poulin S.Joa. 1756 
M. Jos. Plante S.Frs. 1789 
M. Josette OtioS. Annel73S 

Anee. Mercier Bert 1751 
M.Marthe Couture B.1754 
M.Jos. LabreoqueS. V.1760 
JoH. Rov .. 1790 

Michel Boissonneau •« 1791 



Eliz. Denis • S.M. 1761 



Pierre 

14 Joseph 
Rtienne 
Joseph 
Pierre 

15 Pierre (7) 
Marguerite 
Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

16 Pierre 
M. Louise 

Michel 
Louis 
Augustin 
Francis 

17 JeanBaptiste(lO) 
M. Josette 



M. Genev. Guilmet S.V.175 
Chs. Dalaire .. 1774 

rJeanGagne .. 1789 

(6) M. Marg. PUote S.M.1761 



KHz. Cloutier S.R. 1752 
Chs.Tangu6 S.V.1781 



M. Ls. Roy 

Michel Gautron S.V. 1790 

T Pierre DenU S.G. 1828 



Marg. FUion S.Joa. 1760 
Aug. Bernard Marseau 

S.V. 1797 
J. B. Quemeneur •• 1797 
Frs. Aub6 .. 1799 



Marie 
Marguerite 
Jean Baptiste 
Paul 

18 Joseph (11) 
Mane 
M. Louise 
Fran9ois Xavier 
Guillaume 
Louis 

Joseph 
Pierre 

19 Michel (11) Genev. Bernard S.V.178 



Marg. Bernard S.V.1787 
Pierre Corriveau .. 1812 
J. B. Helie .. 1813 



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20 Francois 

21 Jacques (12) 

Lemdine 
Genevieve 
RoKalie 
Alexis 

22 Charles (12) 
Marie 
Marguerite 
Antoine 

23 Michel (12) 
Le meme 

24 Pierre (13) 
M. (ienevieve 
Marie 

Pierre 
Le meme 
p:iiuibeth 
Mai]^erite 
Louise 
Flavie Julie 



Jacques 

Joseph 

Augtistin 

25 Rtienoe (14) 
MarjJTuerite 
Ktientie 

26 Jc«eph (14) 

27 Pierre (14) 
Marguerite 
Jofieph 
Jacques 

28 Pierre (15) 
M. Madeleine 
Madeleine 
Pierre 
Etienne 

Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 

29 JeanBaptiste(16) 

30 Michel 

M. Marguerite 

Marie 

Michel 

31 Augustin (16) 
M. Archange 
Maniruerite 

M. Victoire 
Jean Baptiste 

32 Fran9oi8 (16) 
M. Genevieve 
M. Louise 
Francois 
Jo«epn 

Louis 
Pierre 

33 Ix>uis (16) 
M. Josette 
Angele 

Louis 

Victoire 

Luce 

M. Ctkiile 

Isidore 

Louis 

Joseph 

34 Paul (17) 
Marie 

M. Louis 
Pierre 
34» JeanBaptiste(17) 
M. Josette 

35 Louis 



Genev. Blouin Bert. 1816 
M.Ther^Cadrin 

S.V. 1783 
SuxanneRoy S.V. 1791 
AatoiuQ Pigeon S.M. 1820 
Basile Blouin •• 1M27 

M. Le. Voisin S.V. 1791 
J. B. Dumas .. 1842 

J. B. QuemeneurS.M.1840 

M. AnneLacroix S.M.1894 
M. Lb. RemiUard .. 1797 
Genev. Bruneau S.V.1780 
J. B. Deijont .. 1802 

Joe. Mercier •• 1806 

Eliz. Lorandeau S.M.1793 
Chs. Laine 8.V.1814 

Jos. Cochon .. 1821 

Prudent Lefebvre .. 1824 
Prudent Boissonneau 

S.V. 1825 
2» Jean Morin •. 1834 



Marie Cadrin 
Michel Roy 



S.M. 1791 
.. 1837 



Ursule Cadrin S.M. 1802 
Reine RemilUrdS.F.S.1787 
Benoni Tangu^ S.Ch8.1819 



M. Jos.Corriveau S.M.1771 
Nicolas Roy S.V. 1795 

Frs. Rousseau i. 1801 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
BOLDUC. 



Ther^ Bernard S.V.17H8 

Rosalie Roy .. 1783 

Jos LabW S.M. 1816 

J. B. Talbot M 1807 

M. Fse. Blais S.V.1788 

Paul Cadrin ., 1808 

Simon Talbot .. 1810 

Paul Catellier .. 1828 



Genev. Aube 
Alexis Mercier 
Louis Roy 



S.V. 1791 
.. 1814 
M 1817 



M. Jos. Roy 
Jos. Goulet 
Nicolas Roy 
Jos. Denis 
Ant Roy 
Stanislas (Tosselin 
Isaac Fortier 



S.V.1794 

M 1813 

.. 1819 

M 1820 

1823 

1834 

1839 



M. Ls. Pare S.Joa. 1763 

Pierre Roy S.V.1794 

Paul Marseau ti 1797 

Marg.Roy S. A/. 1797 

Jos. Tan^u^ .. 1821 
Josette Naud 



Marguerite 

36 Joseph (17) 

37 Louis (18) 
Le meme 

88 Pierre (18) 

Pierre 

39 Fran9oi8 Xa-(18) 

vier 

40 Guillaume (18) 

41 Antoine (32) 
Le meme 
ChaHes 

42 Alexis (21) 

43 Pierre (24) 
Genevieve 
Sophie 
Km^lie 
Archange 

Michel 
Lonis 

Francois Xavier 
Jacques 

44 Jacques (24) 

45 Joseph (24) 

46 Augnstin (24) 

47 Etienne (25) 
Marguerite 

48 Josei>h (27) 
Antoine 

49 Jacjues (27) 



Jacq. Morin S.V. 1756 
Angele Lessart Bert. 1821 
EH«. Brochu S.V. 1827 
Jeanne de Chantal Roy 

Bert 1837 
Luce RemUlard S.6. 1828 

Luce Lessart S.V. 1830 

Sophie Mercier .. 1841 
Marie Boulet S.Ths. 1821 
Genev. Guibord S.V. 1826 

Marie Lacroix aM.1817 
Genev. Ratte .. 1810 

Ls. Beaudoin » 1836 

Theodore Tangu^ .. 183» 
Jacques Fradet .. 1S4S 
Tho. Abraham Lacroix 

aVl846 



50 Pierre 



E'iouard 
Joseph 
Pierre 
Antoine 

51 Etienne (28) 
Le meme 

52 Jean Bapte. (28) 

53 Joseph (28) 

54 Michel 
Michel 

55 Michel (30) 
Archange 

Christine 
Michel 
Le meme 

56 Louis, fiU de 

Ls. Marie et 
d' Agnes Pepin 

M. Z^loide 

57 Jacoues 
Emerentienne 
Jacques 
Henri 

58 Francis 
Nazaire 

59 Charles 
Charles 
Antoine 



Marie McNeil S.V.1820 

Fse. Bilodeau .. 1821 

Mad. Mercier .. 1832 

Marie Roy aM.1822 

J. B. Baudouin .. 1850 

Julie Bissonnet « 1820 

Angele Bissonnet 

aM.1825 
(28) M. Anne Richard 

S.M. 1803 



Reine LefebvTe aM. 1814 
Ange Fortier 8,(1. 1824 
Ange Rousseau S.G. 1819 
Marcel line De««saint 

S.F.S. 1826 
Genev. (« on tier 

M. Jos Ratt^ S.M. 1808 
Ant. Chamberlan 

S.M. 1839 
Frs PUote aM. 1839 

Olive Fradet S.M. 1849 



M. Placide Cunningham 

a Jos 1823 
Michol Carbonneau 

S.P. 1837 
Mane Faf art 
Ant Bolduc S.M. 1861 



Genev. Audet 
Marg. Baudoin 



60 Jean Bte 
Celina 
Philom^ne 

Flore 

Theoi>hile 
Simeon 



(31) ApoUine Bloum Bert 1824 
LeandreBlaU S.V. 18M 
J^rdme Urbain V^ina 

aV. 1^7 
Octare Corriveau 

S.V. 1867 



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«3 
<t4 



«5 
«6 



Fnocois (32) 
Kmene 
DeADges 
Francois X&vier 
Pierre 

J<wph (32) 

M. MaroeUine 
Pierre (32) 

Lmus (32) 

Fran^oui Xavier 
Louis (32) 

Victoire 

Ifidure (33) 

Julie 

Jo«eph (33) 

Pierre (34) 



M. Louia Roy S.V. 1818 
Magi. Lemieux S.V. 1844 
Thoa Boutin S.V. 1863 



LouiM 

Angi^liqu© 

Pirre 

Pierre 

Pierre 

Charles 



(36) 
(38) 

(41) 



Michel (43) 

FniXavicr (43) 

Jacques (43) 

Louu (43) 

Antoine (48) 



Pierre 

Antoioe 

Joseph 

Edouard 

Michel 

Michel 

Jacques 

Henri 

Nazaire 

Charles 

Antoine 



(50) 
(50) 
(50) 

(50) 
(64) 
(56) 
(57) 
(57) 
(58) 
(59) 
(50) 



Theophile (60) 

Simeon (00; 

Lenieme 

I Frs Xavier (61) 

Pieire (61) 
M. Belximire 

!Fr« Xavier (64) 

t Pierre (68) 



M. Ang^leRoy S.M. 1821 
Olivier CJorriveau 
F^licit© Dubord S.M. 1827 
M. Eliz. Theberge 

S.G. 1827 

M. M&rg. THngu<^ 

S.V. 1819 
Nazaire BoIducS.Chs. 1846 
Jnlie Fee Jjemart 

S.M 1838 
Cba Uelie 

Marg. Gagnon S.V. 1835 
M. Th^r^ Marseau 

S.M. 1797 
Pierre Paquet S.G. 1818 
Lb Lemieux S.G. 1822 

Josephine Lacroix B. 1818 
M. Anne Mercier 

S.Cha. 1853 
M. Caroline Baillargeon 

S.Chs. 1862 
Sophie Talbot S.M. 1839 
Ang^Ou^ret S.M. 1842 
Marie Thivierge S.M. 1843 
Eliz. Qu6ret S.V. 1869 
M. Em^rentienne Bolduo 

S.M. 1861 
Luce Fradet S.G. 1828 
M. Marg. Roby S.M. 1834 
Angi^le Gasselin 

S.Ch». 1835 
Sophie Langlais S.V. 1830 
Ang^ James S.G. 1826 
AnastasieSa voir S.V. 1840 
Julie Cochon S.M. 1842 
Vitalino Roy S.M. 1854 
Vict. Bolduc S.Chs. 1845 
M. Luce Roy S.V. 1867 
Vitaline Foumier 

S.Chs. 1869 
Philom^ne Roy S.V. 1866 
Cath. Em^lie Forgues 

S.M. 1866 
M. Arthemise Roy 

S.V. 1870 
Em^lie Couet S.M. 1847 
Philippine Roy S.V. 1848 
Theophile Gourgue 

S.V. 1870 
M. Charles Roy 

S.Chs- 1861 
Josette R^millard 

S.M. 1826 



BONNEAU-LABiCASSE 



1 Joseph 
Joseph 
Lememe 
Jean 
Aogustin 
Dominiqae 
Basile 

3 Joseph 

3 Jean 

4 Doinini5iae 
) Am^ufltin 

Marie 



M. Anne Lelong S.F. 1670 
Mad. Duchesne S. Frs. 1684 



(1) Anne Bissonnet S.F. 1696 

S.M. 

(1) Elis. Gagne S.Frs. 1708 

(1) Fse. Gingras O. 1716 

(1) Genev. Gagne Q. 1713 

Jean John S.Frs. 1740 



BOFXEArj-LABjfeCASSE. 



Marie 

Th^r^ 

Zacharie 

Jean Baptiste 

Pierre 

BasUe (1) 

M. Anne 



T Joe. Marie Boulet 

S.F.S. 1757 
Ls. Veriool • S.Frs. 1763 



Mad. Pa rent Beau port 1727 
Andr^ Turgeon B. 1760 

7 Jean Baptist^ (6) Dorothy Cot^ S.P. 1743 
M. Josette Etn. Dalaire S. Frs. 1766 
M. Victoire Frs.Champagne S.Frs. 1769 

2« Jos. Eroond S.J. 1819 

8 Zacharie M. Jos. Ncjel S.P. 1757 

9 Pierre (6) M.Joe.Go88elinS.Tho.l751 



M. Choquctte 
Th6r^ 

Louise 
Reine 
Pierre 
Basile 
10 Jean Baptiste 



Jean Baptiste 
Pierre 



Roy S.F.S, 1776 

Jean Frs. Mercier 

S.F.S. 1782 
Jaoq. Leclaire S.F.S. 1783 
Pierre Morin S.F.S. 1794 



Judith Duch^ne 

S. Anne la Pocati^re 



11 



(9) 



M. Francoise 

Julie 

M. Flavie 

M. Archange 

Marguerite 



S.V. 1809 
1816 
1835 
1838 
1843 
1843 



M. Anne Thibaut 

S.F.S. 1791 
Pierre Par6 
Jos. Langlais 
J. B. Morin 
Jean Naud 
Jean Lacasse 
M.AnneRomaine Chs. Lacasse 

12 Baaile \9) M. Anne Morin 

S.V. S.F.S. 1796 
Marie Michel Cochon S.V. 1830 

Jean Baptiste 

Prudent 
Basile 
Pierre 

13 JeanBapti8te(10) Louise Dalaire S.M. 1789 



M. Louise 
Jean Baptiste 
Pierre 
Le raerae 

Marie 
M. Louise 
Judith 



Jacq. Durand S.Fr8. 1822 



M. Ls. Martel Isle aux 

(^oudres 1806 
Jacq. QuemeneurS.L.1842 



Joe. Bouffard 
Chs. Coulombe 
2«» Ls. Godbout 
Joe. Coulombe 



S.L. 1827 
S.L. 1849 
S.L. 1863 
S.L. 1849 



Elizabeth 

Joseph 
14 Charles 

Charles 
16 Basile 

Joseph 

16 JeanBaptUte(12) Ang^le Boqlet S.F.S. 1842 

Prudent 

17 JeanBaptiste(13) Marie Gagn^ S.F. 1815 



Fse Vaillancour 
(12) M. Genev. Morin S.M.1837 



18 Pierre 

19 Joseph 

20 Pierre 

21 Pierre 
Le me me 

22 Charles 

23 Joseph 



1 Nicolas 

Ang^lique 
Eliz. Agn^ 

Eliz. Agn^s 



13) Eliz. Genest S.P. 1821 

(13) Genev. Bouffard S.L. 1835 
(12) D^8angesBlaisS.P.S. 1829 

M. Celeste Foumier S.Tho. 
M. Genev. Samson 

S.P.S. 1814 

(14) TheotisteI^blondS.G.1828 

(15) Emelie Marooux 

S.Chs. 1862 
BOUCHARD. 

Anne LeRoy S. Anne 

S.Tho. 1670 
Ls. Bosse Cap.St.Ign. 1692 
Chs. Foumier Cap.St.Ign. 

1699 
2^ Joe. Morin Cap.St.Ign. 

1701 



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Nicolas 

Charles 

PierrQ 

I^[nace 

Piene 

2 lenace (1) 
Marguerite 

M. Angel ique 

M. Josette 

Isabelle 

M. Claire 

Joseph 

Guiliaume 

Basile 

3 Nicolas (1) 

4 Pierre (1) 
Joseph 

6 Pierre (4) 

August in 
Pierre 
Charles 
Joseph Marie 

6 Charies (1) 
Angel i(^ue 
Francoise 
Charles 

7 Pierre (1) 
M. Ursule 
Nicolai» 

Pierre 
Charles • 

8 Joseph (2) 
M. Josette 
Guiliaume 
Ignace 
Augustin 

10 Basile • (2) 
Le meme 
Basile 

11 Pierre (5) 

12 Augustin (5) 
M. Francjoise 
M. Madeleine 

Le menie 

M. Madeleine 

M. Marguerite 

M. Fran9oise 
Pierre Augustin 
Aug^istin 

13 Charles ^5) 
Marie 

Pierre 
Joseph 
Charles 

14 Joseph Marie (5) 

Theotiste 
Joseph Marie 

15 Joseph (4) 
Le meme 

Jean Baptiate 

16 Rene 
Louis 
Le meme 

17 Charles (0) 
M. Francoise 

18 Charles (6) 
Cecile 

M. Ursule 
Julie 
- Barbe 

19 Nicolas (1) 
Marji^erite 
Angele 



M. Jeanne Roy Bert. 1712 
Aug. Guiraet Bert. 1735 
Pierre Terrien Bert. 1739 
Jos. Pruneau Bert. 1752 
Thos. Denis Bert. 1766 
Pierre Pruneau S.V. 1754 



Anne Viau S.G. 1709 

Marie Foumier S.Tho.l709 



5-6 EDWARD VIU A. 1906 
BOUCHARD. 



Marg. Caron 



M.Jos. CorriveauS.V.1749 
J. B. Quemeneur S.V. 1769 
PaulGougue S.V. 1769 

Ursule Roy S.V. 1750 

J. B. Brochu .. 1783 



M. Mad. Boutin Bert 1746 
Aug. Morin .. 1781 

MoniqueBouletS.F.S.1750 



M. Anne Blais Bert. 1765 
Cath. Mimer Islet. 1781 

Marie Talbot S.P.S. 1761 
Fse. Picard ., 1771 

Chs. Samson .. 1790 

Rene Toussaint Morin 

S.P.S. 1791 
M. Mad. Morin •• 1784 
Ign. Letoumeau n 1800 
Prosper Goudreau 

S.P.S. 1813 
J. B. LemieuxS.F.S. 1821 



Ang^Cloutier S.P.S. 1774 
Fri?. Picard ,, 1800 



Theotiste Gagne 

S.Tho. 1775 
Ant.Chamberlan S.M.1798 

Eliz. Couillard S.Tho 1744 
Marg. Cot^ .. 1749 



Marie Cyr 

Josette Queret S. 
M. Ange Chretien S, 
J. B. Helie 
Cecil e Solien 
Frs. Turgeon 
Gab. Mercier 
Fer^l Balan 
Benoni Roy 
Marg. Brochu 
Andre Blais 
Frs. Balan 



G. 1795 
V.1776 

.. 1806 
. 1784 
n 1804 
u 1808 
., 1829 
M 1833 
M 1785 
M 1812 
.. 1820 



Nicolas 
Ktienne 
J^remie 
Pierre 
20 Pierre 

M. Archange 

teraphine 
_ I. Ursule 



(7) M. Archange Blais 

Bert. 1788 
Pierre Roy S.V. 1809 

Jacq. Foumier • .. 1821 
Ls. Pepin .. 1821 

2° Manuel Aube .. 1832 
Abel Rousseau n 1827 
Ed. Balan .. 1835 



Sophie Ad6 

Cecile 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

21 Ignace (9) 
M. Josette 
Ignace 

22 Augustin (9) Marg. Clement S.H. 1785 
Jean Baptiste 

23 Pre.AugU8tin{12) 



Reine LangloisS.F.S. 1777 
Frs. Baudry 1804 



M. Marg. Denis S.Chs 1808 
S. Cleure 

Le meme Ang^ Morin S.F.S. 1832 

24 Augustin (12) M. Marg. Talbot « 1817 
26 Pierre (13) >L Therese Picard 

S.P.S. 1801 
Jos. Mondina «« 1827 
Prudent Gendreau 

S.P.S. 1831 

M. Dorothee Simoneau 

S.P.S. 1805 



Emerentienne 
Th^)dore 

Noel 

26 Charles (13) 

Charles 
Francois Xavier 

27 Joseph 
Charles Thomas 
Paul 

28 Joseph Marie(14) 
Mane 

Euphrosime 
Joseph 
Lememe 

M. Hermine 
Maroelline 

29 JeanBapti8te(15) 

Frangoise 
Joseph 
Etienne 
Le m^me 
Alexis 

31 Louis (16) 
Marguerite 
Pierre 

Louis 
R^ne 

32 Nicolas (18) 
Marguerite 
David 

33 Pierre (19 
M. Victoire 

Pierre 

34 Etienne (19) 
Etienne 

36 Jertiraie (19) 



Marg. Cote S.Tho 1820 



Cath.ChamberlanS.M.1793 
Frs. Menard .. 1831 

F. X. Brochu .. 1836 

M. Anne Gagnon .. 1875 
Geo. Chamberlan .. 1847 
Jos. Tangue S.V. 1844 
M. Vict. Oresteille 

S.Tha 1777 
Chs. Frs. Simoneau 



Frs, Brousseau S.Tho 1801 

Marg. Lacasse S-Chs. 1778 
Pierre Andet S.G. 1799 



Marie Guilmet S.G. 1808 
Jos. Couture, Levis 1839 

,.. Vict Roy S.V. 1812 

I M. Victoire Michel Eustache 

Letellier S.V. 1833 

Eliz Searle S.V. 1822 

M. Anne Keroack S.P.S. 
1^ 

36 Pierre (20) Eli«. Enouf R 1818 

37 JeanBaptiste(20) M. Angele Bilodeau Bert. 

88 Ignace (21) Marg. Morin S.F.S. 1806 

39 ,leanBapti8te(22) M. Anne BaudoinS.H. 1820 

40 Noel (25) M. Ls. Henriette Berne 

S P S 1840 

41 Frs. Xavier (26) M. Rose Cote s'.P.ai83S 

42 Charles (26) Luce Picard aF.S. 1836 



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43 Cb«. Thomas (27) 



44 Paul 



(27) 



45 J.Neph 


(28) 


46 JoMph 


(29) 


47 AlexU 


(29) 


48 Etienne 


(29) 


Lemdme 




49BiiaUe 


(10) 


50 Rene 


(31) 


M LouU 


(31) 


Joseph 




62Pieiw 


(31^ 


63 Dsvid 


(32) 


54 BenwmJ 




Fnin9oi8 




55 Loui^ 




Pierre 




56 Pierre 




Luce 




Msrie 




57 Anaelm 




Gedeon 




68 Henri 




E]eu«ipp« 




60 Pierre 


(33) 


60 Etienne 


(34) 


61 JoMph 


(51) 


62 Franfois 


(M) 


65 Pierre 


(55) 


64 Gedeon 


(27) 


65 Eleiuippe 


(58) 




BOU 


1 Qoatrin 




2Eai^ 




Elie 




S Jean 


(1) 


Jean 




4 Elie 


(2) 


5 Fnuicois 
Charl» 






Francis 




6 Ignace 
Cbarlee 




7 Jean 


(3) 


M. Josette 




Paschal 




Joseph 




Le meme 




Catherine 




Marguerite 




Catherine 




8 Charles 


(6) 


9 Charles 


(5) 


Lememe 




10 Francois 
U Paschal 


(5) 


(7) 


M. Anne 

n 




Reine 




Bernard 




Jean 





M. Kdwidge Martineau 

S.F.S. 1844 

M. Symphorose Belanger 
S.V. I8fi8 

Josette Pepin S.M. 1836 

M. Vict. Ilousseau 

S.P.S. 1820 

M. Sophie Picard S.P.S. 
1827 

M. Genev. Rousseau 

S.P.S. 1827 

Marg. MinviUe S.P.S. 

1840 

M. Jos. Demeule S.L. 1805 

Marg. Rousseau S. F. S. 1804 

Marg. LabrecqufcS.G. 1804 

Marie Turgeon B 1814 
Marie Samson, Levis 1837 
Felicite Tremblay 



Angele Leclaire 
Joe. Pepin S.Chs. 1862 
Ls. Couture n 1857 

Josette Tremblay 

Modeste Patry S. Croix 

M. XJrsule MercierS.V. 

1826 
M. Vitaline Gagnon 

S. Chs. 1852 
Marg. Baudry Levis 1837 
Julie Audet S.J. l'*26 
M. Chs. Bemier S.Chs. 

1846 
Marie Itoger S.J. 1855 
Sara Labreoque S.L. 1861 
CHKR. 
Jeanne Denis 

M. Mad. Boucherie 

Mad. Par^ S. Anne 1678 

Ther^ Montambaut 

S.F. 1700 
M. Anne Demers S. Nic 



Fse. Pouliot S. Nic 

Mad. Gravel. Jacob Notau 

1704 

J. B. Bilodeau Bert 1742 



Marg. Carbonneau Bert. 
1726 
Alexis Gaffn^ Bert. 1743 
Joseph Isabel Bert. 1749 
Jean Morel S.P.S. 1764 
Marg. Filteau B. 1733 

ManeIWraillardS.V. 1758 
M. Jos. Couture B. 1763 
Eliz. Couture S.V 1760 
Genev. Vermet S.Chs. 

Bert. 1733 
Paul Gaumont m 1766 
2° Boniface Aube 

S. Chs. 1799 
Bart Audet .. 1773 



BOUCHARD. 



Peirre 
Le meme 
Marie 

12 Joseph (7) 
M. Madeleine 
Angel ique 
Marguerite 
Joseph 

Jean 

13 Jeaii 

M. Josette 
M. Charlotte 
Jean 

Charles 
Le meme 
Marie 
Mai^erite 
Louise 
August! n 

14 Etienne 
Josette 

15 Charles 
Charles Fran9oiB 
Jean 

16 Jean 
Marie 
Jean Marie 

17 Bernard 
Le meme 
Fran9oir. 

18 Pierre 



Marie H61ie S. Chs. 1765 
Alexis Bilodeau .. 1785 
M.Anne Picard S.F.S.1763 
J. B. Blais Bert. 1779 

Jacq. Quirouet n 1779 
J. B. Qu^ret .. 1793 



Marie Guilmet 

Ls. Chatigny S. Chs. 1772 

J. B. Lepage .. 1785 



Marie Roy 
Ls. Parauie 
Ls. Morisset 
liS. Rouleau 

Marg. Fr^het 
J. B. Nadeau 
Agathe Cot^ 



«.V. 1770 
S.Chs. 1800 



1812 
1822 



B. 1786 



(11) Marie Blais S.V. 1761 
Zach Couture S. Chs 1785 

(11) M. Anne Dalaire S.M. 1772 
Frs. Bernard ,. 1797 



Marie 
Marguerite 

19 Joseph 
Maq<uerite 
Mane 
Laurent 
Le m^me 

20 Jean 



M. Th^tiste Gontier 

S. Chs. 1785 
Nic. Gontier ,. IHOG 

Jw. Denis S.M. 1824 

(12) M. Gen^v. Isabel Bert. 1787 
Jos. Mercier n 1826 

Frs. Pelchat S.F.S 1827 



M. Anne Jolin S.F.S. 1833 
(12) M. Eliz. Couture 

S.P.S. 1791 
Jean Baptiste 
Le mSme 

21 Jean Baptiste 
Guillaume 

22 Jean Baptiste M. Rose Boivin 

Veuf de Fse Par6 S. Marie 1790 

Pierre 
Le mdme Mad. Lepage S.M. 

23 Jean (23) Marie Labrecque 

S. Chs. 



M. Anne Dumas S.H.1805 
M. Jos. Cloutiei 



1824 



Michel 
Charies 

24 Charles 

Pierre 

25 Augustin 



1786 



(13) M. Reine Mimaux 

S.U. 1802 



Judith Nadeau 

S. Chs. 1806 
Judith Alexandre Couture 

S.Ch8. 1832 
Aug^ustin 

26 Charles Francois Ang^ Bourrassa Levis 17S5 
Le meme ]Mad. Brault S.P. 1807 

27 Jean (15) Marie Deslisle S.H. 1804 



28 Jean Marie 
Marie 
Marguerite 
Fran9oi8e 
Gervais 
Jean 
Charles 

29 Fran9ois 

30 Pierre 
Josette 



(16) Marie Helie S.M. 1795 
Pierre Bilodeau S.G. 1819 
Adrien Remillard .« 1822 
Jean Poulioi u 1824 



(17) M. Jos. Crepeau S.P. 1798 
Theotiste Fortier 
Jos. Lemieux S.G. 1824 



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81 Michel fils 
do Prwquft 
Marg. Huot 
Le meme 



Marg. Viger, Marie 

Beauoe 

Euphroafme Dion 

8 Frs 
Fue. GuUbeau S.' Joal 



S2 Jaoquea fila de 
Jacq. et Dor- 
oth<^ Alaire. 
Louift 
33 Laurent (19) ThWe. Marcoux Bert. 
39 J. Baptiste (20) M. Mad. Patry S.H. 
35 GuiUauine C2\) M. Mad. BUis Bert. 
30 Pierre (22) Anastasie Asselin 

S.M. 

37 Charles (23) Fse. Couture S. Chu. 

38 Michel (23) M. Lb. Noel S.L. 

39 IMerre (24) Archange Nadeau B. 

40 Augustin (25) M. F»e. Coutere 

S. Chs. 
Oliver Peltier n 



Ang^le 
Alexandre 

41 Jean 

Le meme 

42 (.rervais 

43 Charles 

44 Louis 

45 Alexandre 



1791 



1823 
1806 



1817 
1820 , 
1812 

1820 
1813 
1832 
1846 , 

1830 
1859 I 



1818 
1824 
1823 



(28) M. Cecile Gautron 

S.V. 

Luce Labrecque S.G. 

(28) Marg. Lemieux S.G. 



(28) Agn^ Thibaut S.Ci. 1824 
(32) Christine Gagne 

S. Frs. 1843 
(40) Hermine Labrecque 

B. 1859 



BOUFFART. 



1 Jacques 
Nicole 

Anne Catherine 
Marguerite 
Jean 
Francois 

2 Jean (1) 

Genevieve 
M. Louise 
Jacques 

3 Fran9ois 
Pierre 
Ignaoe 

Jean Baptii^te 

Basile 

Ambroise 

4 Jacques (2) 

M. Fran^oise 

Franooise 

Elizabeth 

Pierre 

Jacques 

Antoine 

Antoine 

5 Jean Baptiste(3) 
Lemdme 
Basile 

Louis 

6 Pierre 
Jean 
Jacques 
Pierre 
Lonis 

7 Ignace 
M. Fran^joise 
Ignace 
Le m^me 
Marie 

Louise 



Anne Leclaire 8. P. 1680 

Guill. Couture 8.L. 1703 

Ant. Rousseau i. 1709 

Pierre Couture •• 1727 



M. Fse. De Camel 

S.L. 1709 
Jean Chabot .. 1637 

J. B. Cot^ „ 1733 

M. Anne Foumier 



M. Genev. Goeselin 

8.L. 1731 
Frs. Morin S.L. 1753 

Cha. Paouet B. 1762 

Ant. Labrecque S.M. 1775 



Fse. Maranda S.L. 1756 
Marg. Leclaire » 1762 



(3) M. Ang^le Cochon 



(3) Fse. Pouliot 8. P. 1762 
JeanGodbout S.L. 1789 

Marie (rendreau n 1775 
Ls. Abraham Del isle 

S.L. 1802 



6-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

BOUFFARD. 

8 Basile (3) M. TheHiee Pouliot 

S.V. 1778 



Louis Marie 
Louis 
9 Ambroise (3) 
Ther^«e 
Madeleine 
Francois 
Jacques 
Ambroise 
Le meme 

10 Jacques (4) 

11 AnUiine (4) 
Joseph 

12 Pierre (4) 

13 Antoine (4) 

Antoine 

14 Louis 
Scolastique 
Marguerite 
Jean 

Elie 
Pierre 
Louis 
Jude 

15 Basile (5) 

M. Susanne 
Edouard 

16 Jean (6) 

17 Pierre (6) 
Francoise 

M. Madeleine 



Apolline 
Pierre 

18 Louis 

19 Jacques 

20 Ignace 



(6) 
(6) 
(7) 



Chariotte 

Jacques 

Ignace 

21 Louis (7) 
Genevieve 

•• 
Joseph 
Ignace 
David 

22 Lb. Marie (8) 
Th^r^se 
Marie 

David 
Louis 

23 Louis (8; 

24 Ambroise (9 

25 Francoise (9] 

26 Jacques (9) 



Marie (Goulet) S.H. 1773 
Jaoq. Helio .. 1806 

Claude Lacroix .. 180^ 



Mad. BeUeau .. 1805 

Anne Dufaut 8.P.S. 176S 
Genev. Foumier .t 1765 

M Mad. Turcot S.J. 1769 
M. Jos. Guilmet 

8. Tho. 1774 

Fse. Rouleau aL. 1798 
Joe. Clement •« 1833 

Chs. Rousseau 8. P. 1829 



M Susanne Labont^ 

S.P.S. 1807 
Pierre Langlois u 1838 

Marie Noel S. P. 1799 

Mad. Noel S.P. 1801 

Frs. Nolin 8.L. 1826 

Abraham Corriveau 

S.L. 1830 
Basile Corrivean m 1836 

M. Jos. liccours 

a Chs. 1804 
M. Marthe Leroux 

S.L. 1806 
V^ronique Maranda 

8.L. 1798 
Abraham SimaH .. 1841 



Fse. Godbout S.L. 1798 
Joe. Bonneau .. 1835 

T Frs. Cinqmara .. 1858 



M. Mad. FradetS.V.1801 
Rat>hae] Tangue .. 1829 
Pierre Corriveau « 1838 



M. Le, Nadeau S.G. 1806 
M. Mad. Helie S.H. 1798 
Marg. Lacroix S.M. 1808 
ArcDAnge Fontaine 

S.H. 1812 
27 Joseph (11) M. Tb^otiste Picartl 

S.P.S. 1791 
Pierre Morin S.H. 1818 



M. Th^tiste 

Augustin 

Joseph 

28 Antoine (13) Marg. Wells Bert. 1798 
Jean Baptiste 

Charles 

29 Louis (14) 
Le meme 

30 Jean (14) 

31 Pierre (14) 
Anastasie 



Marff. Mercier S.G. 1824 
Ang«le Corrivean S.L. 1829 
Michel Archange Lacroix 
S.L. 1830 
Fse. Pr^mont S.P. 18S1 
Frs. Alain S.L. 1854 



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Kticone 
32 Jade 



(14) 



33 Elie (14) 

34 Ed<ia*rd (15) 

35 Pierre (K) 

Loaia 
FrmBCois 

36 Ignaoe (20) 

37 Jaoc^ues (20) 
Matie 

M. DelimA 
Dftvid 

38 Jowph (21) 
Alexis 

Louis 

39 IffiMce (31) 
SL Celanire 
Loais Achille 
George 

40 David (21) 

41 Looia (22) 
Le meme 
Phtkimtee 

42 David (22) 

43 Angustiii (27) 

44 Joaeph (27) 
Edooard 

45 Joapph 
ElstAr 

46FerM 

Octavie 
47 JaaiiBaptiate(28) 



48CbArIes 
«£be 



(28) 
(31) 



90 Louis (35) 

51 Fnnooia (35) 

52 Davia (37; 

53 Afens (38 

54 Loais (38 

55 U. Achille i39) 

56 6«uncea (30) 
37 Edouard (44) 
dBEWar (45) 



Anastasie Fleury 

jiP.S. 1838 I 

Olive Rouaeeau B.M. 1839 

M. Chs. PicardS P.S.ia35 I 

Marg. Cr^peaa a P. 1829 | 

S. Croix I 



Natalie Labrecque 

S.J. 1826 
Marie Pedeack S.F. 1840 
Ant. Carrier S.L. 1872 
Bonav. Vizina .. 1879 

M. L6. Bounean S.L. 1827 



Angele Pouliot S.L. 1837 
Ferd. Labrecque .. 1858 



Fse. Chabot S.L. 1852 
Mar^. Gourgue S.M. 1832 
Mane Gagnon » 1837 
Gea Tangue S.V. 1865 
Em^rence Thivierge S.V. 

1846 
Charlotte Gagn^S.H. 1818 
M. Genev. Morin aH. 1819 

Marie Bilodeau 

Cath. Pouliot 

Calixte Aub^ S.V. 1869 

Archange Pnineau Bert 

1826 
Marg. Samson aF.S. 1834 
PbUom^ne Foocher S.F. 

1860 
Marie Donoourt S.L. 1858 
Ursule Gu^rard S.L. 1863 
PbUom^ne Labb^.L. 1870 
Ad^ Pouliot S.L. 1864 
Matbilde Cot^ Q. 1866 
CMulieCinqmar8S.L. 1877 
Fse. Larocbe O. 1866 

M. Esther Goulet S.P. 1852 
Sophie Maraeau S.F. 1867 



BOULET. 



1 Kobert 

Jaeqveline 

FKHi^oise 

Jacques 

Paol 

Xartia 
3 JaemMa (1) 

Biime 

Goillaimia 

Paul 

Jaaa BaptMto 

Maitan 

Joaeph 

Louis 

Loiua 
3Ptal (1) 

M. Frao^uise 

Gc»eviiv« 

l^ouise Fraoeoisa 

Hicabetb 

Pierro 

PSul 
Ffmnvoiaa 



Fae. Grenier 

Pierre Juncas S.F. 1672 

Piane Bemier aTba 1689 



Fse. Foumier aXha 1686 
Pierre Morin •. 1707 



Fae. Paquet Q. 1695 

Ant. (ionpy S.Tha 1724 
Joa. Oaboury aV. 1740 
Ant. Gaboury 
Jean Courtois Levis 1734 
T Fn. FelaBt .. 1755 



Augustin 

Alexis 

Louis 

4 Martin 
Elizabeth 
Ang^lique 
Alexis 
Jacques 

5 Joseph 



BOULET. 



(1) Fse. Xolin S.P. 1698 

Jos. Denaut S.P.S. 1728 
EtnQ. Onrbin Q. 1733 



Monique 
Marguerite 
M. Josette 
M. Genevieve 
Fianooise 
M. Madeleine 
Antoine 
Augustin 

6 Jean Baptiste 
M. Th^rese 
Madeleine 
Genevieve 
Jean Marie 
Joseph Marie 

7 Guillaume (2) 
Genevieve 

Le meme 

Jacques 
Fran9oi8 Xavier 

8 Louis (2) 

9 Louis 
Jacques 

10 Paul (2) 

M. Claire 
Paul 

11 Martin (2) 

12 Paul (3) 

13 Franvois (3) 



(2) Monique Meunier S.Anne 
1723 
Guill. Bouchard S. F.S.1750 
Jean Laurent Roy » 1764 
JeanFradet S.F.S. 1769 
J. B. Jolin .. 1762 

Alexandre Roy n 1764 
Piene Fontaine « 1774 



Marie Asselin S.Fr8. 1727 
Etn. Dion S.F.S. 1756 
Mathurin Gannon >. 1760 
Mathurin Dubreuil •• 1766 



Mad. MiviUe S.P.S. 1727 
Laurent Cloutier S.Tho 

1751 
M. Anne Dandurand 

aXho. 1734 



14 Pierre 

15 Augustin 

16 Louis 

17 Alexis 



Elizabeth 
Le Meme 
M. Fran9oise 
Joseph 

18 Jacques (4) 

19 AlexU (4) 
Fran^oise 
Alexia 

Joseph 

20 Jacques 
M. Marthe 
M. Louise 
A||pa^e 
Michel 
Jean 

• Robert 

21 Jacques 
Le M^e 

22 Pierre 
M. rherese 
M. Josette 
Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 
Pierre 

28 Frangois 



M. Eliz. Chia8ionBertl730 
M. Genev. Daniau Bert 1731 

M. Claire MinviUe aTho. 
1731 
GuUl.GaumontS.Thos.1767 

Louise Lemienx Cap S. 

Ign. 1736 
Dorothee Biaaoimet S.M. 

1830 
M. Anne Dubois. 

Levis 1732 
(3) Cath. Albert Levis 1733 
(3) Susanne Samson i« 1732 
(3) Ange Samson » 1739 

(3) G^nev. Samson n 1745 
S H 
Ls. (5oupy s!m'. 1766 

Fte. Ferland Levis 1766 
Jos. More! S.H. 1807 

M. Jos. (Dhiason Bert. 1750 
Eliz. Foumier S.Tho. 1760 
Aug. Rousseau •• 1763 



Agathe Morin 
Jos. Caouet aF.S. 1744 
Jos. Pepin » 1760 

Jacq. Maroeau » 1751 



Jeanne Terrien 

Marg. Isabel S.F.a 1761 

M. Ls. Langlots 

Ls. Pepin aF.S. 1702 

Jos. Fradet .. 1764 



Veronique Morin, 

aTho. 



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Le Meme 
M. CUire 

24 Jean (20) 
M. Madeleine 

Madeleine 
M. Josette 
Guillaume 
Pierre 
Pierre Noel 
Jean Baptiste 

25 Robert (20) 

M. Fran9oi8Q 
M. Genevieve 
Jean Baptiste 
Jacques 
Robert 
Francois 

26 Michel (20) 

27 Aufi^tin (5) 
Marie 

Pierre 

Fran9oi8e 

Joseph 

28 Antoine (5) 
Marguerite 
Jean Marie 
Frangois 

29 Louis 
Marie 
Henri 

30 Louis 

Louis 

31 Lazare 
Jacques 

32 Jean Marie (6) 

M. Th^r^se 
M. Louise 
M. Genevieve 
Fran9oise 
Marg\ierite 
Jean 

33 Jos. Marie (6) 
M. Josette 

Le Meme 

84 Jacques (7) 

Jean Fran9oi8 
Pierre 

36 Frs-Xavier (7) 

M. Anne 
Fran9ois Gabriel 

36 Jacques (9) 
Jacques 

37 Paul (10) 
M. Genevieve 
Ursule 
Euphrosine 
Etienne 

38 Joseph (17) 
M Louise 
Marj^erite 
Joseph 

39 Alexis (19) 
Marguerite 
Alexis 
Fran9oi8 

40 Jo.^ph (19) 
Dorotbee 



M. Joe. Rousseau, 

S.P.S. 1766 
J. B. Fortin, 

Cap.St.Ign. 1807 
2 M.Mad. Terrien S.J. 1746 
Jacq. Quemeneur 

S.T.S. 1764 
Philippe Chartier m 1773 
Paschal Richard .. 1784 



M. Genev. Gendron, 

Bert. 1748 
Pierre Asselin S.F.S. 1787 
Frs. Terrien .. 1791 



Genev. Audet, S.F.S. 1757 

M. Anne Tangue S.V.1762 
Jaoq. Boulet S.F.S. 1781 
Joe Goupy S.Chs. 1788 
Alexandre Couture B. 1804 

G^nev. Jolin S.F.S. 1766 
Frs. Baudoin S.V. 1810 



Ursule Rousseau 
Joachim Marois S. H. 1787 

Jacobee Cloutier, 

S.Tho. 

Marie Langlu ? 

M. Anne For tier 

S.F.S 1756 
J. B. Gagnon S.F.S. 1777 
Basile Roy .. 17^5 

Jos. Roy M 1786 

\ug. Roy M 1786 

J. B. Gagnon .. 1798 

Marie Bonn^-au S. F.S. 1757 
ICustache Morin » 1777 
M. Ange Monmaeny 

S.F.S. 1799 
Ang^Picard S.P.S. 1764 



M. Marg. Jjabonte, 

S.Tho. 1775 
Ant. Bolduc S.Tho. 1821 

M. Eliz. Morin S.Tho. 1763 

Genev. Ruel S.Tho. 1762 
Jos. Foumier •• 1782 
Simon Talbot .. 1782 
Ls. Talbot M 1786 

Louise Couture S.H. 1787 
Pierre Langlais n 1805 
Jacq. CarbonneauS. H. 1807 

Helene Cote S.Tho. 1776 
Etn. Foumier t. 1817 



M. Anne Ainso S.P.S. 1778 
Frs. Noel S. P. 1818 



5-6 EDWARD VIL, A. 1906 
BOULET. 



41 Pierre 



M. Josette 

42 Jean Baptiste 

M. Christine 
M. Agathe 

Marguerite 

Reine 

M. Louise 

Joseph Marie 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

43 Joseph (22) 

44 Fran9ois 
Francois 

46 JeanBaptiste(24) 
Elizabeth 
M. Ang^le 
Joseph 
Francois 

46 Pierre Noel (24) 
M. Josette 
Francois 

47 Pierre (24) 

48 Guillaume (24) 

49 Robert (25) 
M. Jo!«ette 

60 Jacques (25) 
Francois 25) 

Genevieve 
Marguerite 

52 JeanBapti8te(25) 

Marguerite 

Jean 
63 Joseph (27) 

54 Jean Marie (28) 

55 Fraugois 
Marguerite 

Jacques 

56 Henri (29) 
Victoire 
Tht^r^se 

M. Catherine 
Josette 

57 Louis (30) 



(22) M. Jos. Courteau, 

S.Tha 174S 
Frs. Dutile S.F.& 1770 
Agathe Gendron 

S.F.a 1750 
J. B Bilodeau S.F.a 1775 
Jean Frs. Daniau 

S.F.a 1777 
Ant. Par6 S.F.S. 1784 
J. B. BelangerS.F.S. 1786 
Jaoq. Talbot S.F.S. 1792 



58 Jacques 



(81) 



Kosalie 
Jean Baptiste 
Jacques 

60 Jean (32) 

61 Pierre (34) 

62 JeanFran9ois(34) 

63 Frs. Gabriel (36) 



Marg. Par^ S.F.S. 1762 
Genev. Morin 

Eliz. Rousseau S. F.S. 1780 
Etn, Robin a F.S. 1812 
Ant Ratt^ S.F.S. 1843 



M.Jo8.Larrive S.r.S. 1787 
J. B. Guihnet S.F.a 1814 

M. Ls. Gagnon S.P.S. 1787 
Jeanne Lacasse a Chs. 1788 
Marie Fradet S.V. 1784 
Pierre Goulet S.M. 1811 
Marthe Guihnet S. V. 1779 
Genev. Blais S.F.S. 1784 
Etn. Cochon aM. 1810 
Frs. Th^berge S.M. 1817 
M. Clotilde Cochon 

aM. 1796 
Alexandre Cloutier 

S.G. 1820 

Mad. Cloutier S.F.S. 1810 
M. Maud^ Morin 

aF.a 1802 
Genev. Pigeon aV. 1807 
J^r^ie Cbampagma 

ar.a ihi 

Ji«ette Alaire S.H 1774 
Michel Bouraasa .. 1803 
J. B. Carrier .. 1804 

Pierre Longchampsn 1804 
Pierre Lambert •• 1804 
M. Genev. Jacques 

S.F.a 1774 
M. Rosalie Boulet 

aF.S. 1781 
Jacq. Cote S.H, 1806 



M.Anne McreieraH. 1812 
M. Heine Blanchet 

BertlSOS 
M. Reine Guihnet 

Bert 1804 
M. Marthe Campagna 

S.Tba 1801 



Etienne Celestin 


64 Jacques 


(30) M. Genev. Colin 




aP.a 1788 


65 Etienne 


(37) M. Th^rese Boissonneau 




aF.S. 1797 


66 Joseph 


(38) Genev. Asselin S.G. 1810 


67 Alexis 


(89) Genev. Foumier 




S.Tba 1807 



Joseph Alexis 

68 Francois (39) 

69 Jean Baptiste (42) 
Louise 



M.Mar5.PepinS.F.a 1821 
Marg Morin h 1782 

Aug. Mercier •« 1799 



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BOULET. 



M. Rosalie 
Julie 
Adelaide 
Marie 
M. Affathe 
Joseph Prudent 
Jean Baptidte 
Pierre 
Le Mtoie 
70 Pierre (42) 

M. Charlotte 
Reine 
Retne 
M. Loaiae 
Marie 
Jofteph 
Pierre 
Jacques 
Francois 
7lJo»ephMane(42) 

M. Soulanj^ 
Ang^le 

Blarguerite 

Luc 
72 AtN-abam 

Le Meroe 
n Francis (44) 



M. FTan9oi8e 
Francois 
Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 

74 Jowph 
Nicolas 

75 Joseph 

76 FiaOfow 

77 Francois 

78 Jean 
T9 Jacques 
80 Jacques 



Fre. Roy S.F.S. 1«19 

Michel Pelchat .. 1824 
Jacq Blais .. 1826 

Pierre Bonneau •• 1836 
VitaGaffnon , .. 1837 



Marie Morin S.F.S. 1790 
M. Ghas. Rolandeau 

S,F,S, 1784 
Ls. Picard S.F.S. 1807 
Pierre Samson i. 1808 
T Chas. Foumier .. 1830 
Jaq. Gagnon u 1821 

Lazare Blais .. 1823 



M. Roger Chartier 

S.F.S. 1786 
PierreLecomte8.F.S. 1841 
J. B. Prudent Bonneau 

S.F.S. ia*2 
Andr^ Brochu S.F.S. 184<> 

M. Archange Couillard 
Th^r^se Larrive B. 1815 
M. Th^r^se Coulombe 

S.P.S. 1787 
Ant. Plante S. Chs 1800 



(45) 
(45) 
(46) 
(52) 
(55) 
(58) 



81 JeanBapti8te(58) 
Manraerite 

82 Paul 
Michel 

83 Ktn. Ce]estin(63) 

84 JosephAlexiB(66) 

» Joseph Pru- (69) 
dent 

86 JeanBaptiste<69) 

87 Pierre (69) 

88 Pierre (70) 
Mar^erite 
Marine 
Pierre 

89 Francois (70) 
(Constance 

M. Angelique 
Lememe 

90 Joseph (70) 

91 Jacques (70) 

92 Luc (71) 

98 Joseph (73) 

Damase 

Paul 

Francois Xavier 
94 Jean Baptiste 

Klizsb**th 

Lem#me 



M. Th^r^ Coulombe 

Louise (>)te S.G. 1828 

Julie Valc-ourt S.F.S. 1834 
Eliz. Morin •. 1842 

Marg. Cloutier S.G. 1819 
Esther Richar 1 S.V. 1855 
M. Ang^ Simoneau 

S.H. 1806 
Angele BelangerS.G. 1816 
Chs. Genest S.V. 1833 
Marie Mercier 

M. Flavie Brousseau 

S.FS. 1843 

Hermine Lebrun 

S.Cht.. 1836 

Marie Gentfron S.F.S 1825 

Fse. BUis .. 1831 

Ad^ Blais .. 1842 

Julie Deasaint .. 1808 

Jacq. Andr^ Wells.. 1831 

Ed. Morisset .. 1839 

VeroniqueBlais S.P.S. 1816 
Joe. Prudent Gendron 

S.F.S. 1839 
Tho. Samson .. 1841 

Th^tiste Noyer .. 1828 
M. Marthe Blais Bert 1819 
Marg. Bemier .. 1831 
M. Angele Boissonneau 

S.F.S. 1841 
M. AnoeLaine S.H. 1814 



95 Francois 
1^ Nicolas 
Nicolas 

97 Michel 

98 Pierre 

99 Francois 

vier 

100 Damase 

101 Paul 

102 Nicolas 



BOULET. 

(73) Judith Gontier S.G. 1815 

(74) M. Jo8.Targeon S.Chs 1826 

(82) M. Emerce Roby S.V 1869 

(88; Marie Nadeau S.Chs. 1837 

Xa-(93) M. AnneTangu^ .. 1845 

(93) Hermine Foumier 

(93) Ade Aub^ S.Chs. 1863 

(96) Mathilde Aube .. 1856 

BOURASSA. 



1 Fran9oisModeste M. Cath. Sen^hal 
Fran9oisMode8te 

2 FrancoisModeste M. Judith Tangue 

S.M 1792 
Archange Aug. Goulet S.Chs. 1886 

Victoire Frs. Cochon .. 1852 

FrancoisModeste 

3 Francois Mo- (2) Archange Becquet 

deste S.M. 1836 

BOURGET. 



1 Francois 
(/harles 
Francois 

2 Pierre 
Pierre 

3 Charles 
Charles 

4 Francois 

5 Chttrles (l) 
M. Ther^e 
Euphroeine 
Charles 
Francois 
F^real 

Jean 

6 Pierre (2) 
Guillaume 

7 Guillaume (6) 

8 Charles (3) 
Pierre 

9 Charles (5) 
Marie 

10 Francois (5) 
M. Genevidve 
Francois 

11 F^r^l (5) 

12 Jean (5) 

13 Pierre (8) 



Julie Sampson 

Fse. Guay 

Marg. Sampson 

M. Anne Ruel S.L. 1781 
Genev. Paradis Levis 1793 
Jos. Guay B. 1816 

J. B. Guay ,. 1821 



Ursule Carrier L^vis 1756 

Ange Ruel S.L. 1781 

Felicite Begin Levis 1819 

Emm^lie Turgeon B. 1817 
Eugene Bilodeau .. 1844 
Genev. Turgeon .. 1823 
HonorePolequin S.M 1846 

M.MartheTurgeon B. 1829 
JulieChamberlan S. M.1831 
M. Desanges Morin 

S.M. 1845 
14 Francois (10) M. Eleonore Poliquin 

S.M. 1848 



BOUTIN. 



Kliz. Mercier S.G. 1814 
Tho. Audet .. 1830 

M. Chs. Rogers. Chs. 1S16 



1 Antoine 
Jean Baptiste 
Louis 

2 Jean Baptiste (1) 
M. Madeleine 
Anpelique 
Jean Baptiste 
Louis 

Jean Baptiste 
5 Louis (2) 

Le meme 

M. Charlotte 

Jean Valier 

Louis 
4 Jean Baptiste (2) 

Madeleine 



Genev. Gaudin Q. 1665 



Jeanne Audibert Q. 1692 
Pierre Vermet Bert. 1727 
Jacq. Bilodeau .. 1730 



Mad. H^lie S.J. 1658 
M. Chs. Chare .. 1720 
Pierre Dumas S.L 1747 



Cath. Rolandeau 

S. Tho. 1717 
Jos. Bouchard Bert. 1746 



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Marguerite* 
Jeao Fran^tiis 
Pierre 
Louis 
5 Louis (2) 

Ther^ 
M. Louise 
Madeleine 
M. Anne 
Genevieve 
M. Jooette 
Jean 
Louis 
Joseph 
' 6 Jean Bupti8te(2) 

7 Louis (3) 
M Charlotte 
Ls. Bamabe 
Antoine 
Jacques 

Le meme 

8 Jean Valier (3) 
Pierre 

*Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 
Le meme 
M. Madeleine 
M. Cecile 
M. Archange 
Marguerite 

Paul' 
Francois 

9 Jean Francois (4) 

Isabella 



M. Anne 
Nicolas Fran9oiB 
Jacques 
Anclre 

10 Pierre (4) 

M. Marthe 
M. Biigitte 

11 Louis (4) 
M. Elizabeth 
Jean Baptiste 
Gabriel 

Louis 
Le meme 
Le meme 
Susanne 
Joseph 

12 Pierre 

M. Madeleine 

13 Louis (5) 
Louis 

Le meme 
Michel 
Jo8ei>h 
Ba8ile 

14 Jean (6) 
Francoise 

Jean Francois 

15 Joseph (5) 
Louis 

16 LouisBamab^(7) 
Paulette 

M. Anna 

Marjy^erite 

LouiH 

Charles 

Jaoq«ie8 

17 Jacques (7) 



T Andre Beaucher .. 1763 
Jos. Baudoin Bert 1749 



M. Anne Mercier Bert,1731 
Jean (Juibert tt 1771 

Michel Arbour S F.S. 1753 
Jos. Boissonueau •• 1763 
Jos. Buteau i. 1766 

Jacq. Baudoin i. 1779 
JosLarrive 8.P.S. 1764 



Genev.Bousseau Bert 1773 
Marie Menaux S.F. 1746 
Ls. Roy S.V. 1772 



M. Row (;audetS.V. 1767 
Mad. BihKleau Bert. 1746 



M. Mad. Isabel Bert. 1769 
Ant. Guillot S.V. 1793 
J. B. Lebrun .. 1807 
Jos. Balan .. 1812 

Etn. Cote .. . 1800 

T Jos. Roy S.G. 1827 



M. Anne Guignard 

Bert. 1746 
Job. Isabel Bert 1783 
T Jos. Bonnet ., 1794 
3^ Ls. Boucher .. 1808 
J. B. Campagna m 1795 



M. Marthe Bilodeau 

Bert 1751 
Jos. Gaumont B. 1772 
Pierre Guilmet .. 17-^9 
Eliz. Mercier Bert 1757 
Jac . Foumier m 1788 



Genev. Gagnon Bert 1781 
Susanne<;agnonS.F.8.1784 
J. B. Joly S.H. 1808 

Mad. Turcot 

Henri Nicole S.J. 1789 

M. Jos. Fortier S.F.S. 1761 



M. Ls. Mahneux 



1766 



M. Fse. Peltier S.F.S. 1767 
Pierre Lefebvre •• 1795 



M. Jos. Baudoin h 

M Jos. Blais S.V. 

Jos. Lacasse S.G. 
Eloi Roy 

Ls. Corriveau .i 



1779 

1771 
1801 
1802 
1816 



Ang^Ie 

Majrji^rite 

Angelique 

Marie 

Th^tiste 

Jacques 

Antoine 

Le meme 

18 Antoine 
Jacques 
Joseph 
Simon 
Antoine 

19 Pierre 



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BOUTIN. 

BMth. Audet S.G. 1803 

Frs. Roy .. 1807 

Jos. Dupont ti 1817 

Jean Baillargeon .. 1821 

J. B. Audet S.V. 1845 



Josette Bilodeau S.G. 1827 
(7) M. Ange Bisson S.V. 1780 



Frangois 
Pierre 

20 Jean Baptii'te(8) 
M. Ursule 

M Cecile 
Archange 
Jean Baptiste 

21 Joseph (8) 
M. Marguerite 
Joseph 
Thomas 

Paul (8)' 

M. Rose 
Jean Baptiste 
Paul 

23 Franfois (8) 

Celeste 
Sophie 
Genevieve 
M. Marthe 
Anastasie 

II 
Louis 

24 Nicolas Fran- (9) 

^ois 
Marie 
M. Reine 
Lasare 
Charles 

25 Jacques (9) 

Genevieve 
Jacques 
36 Ai^i^ (9) 

Dorothy 

Francois^ 

27 Louis • (11) 
Antoine 
Pierre 

28 JeanBaptiste(ll) 

V^roniqu© 
M. Fran9oise 
Jean Baptiste 
Le meme 



(8) M.C^ileGosselinS.V.1787 
S. H. 



M.UrsuleMar»eauSVl796 
J. B. Hoffman .. 1819 
Eustache Gagne » 1821 
JulieuFlenry « 1823 

M. Ang^ Cote S.V. 1798 
Ls. Genest .. 1824 



M Rose Marseau S. V. 1798 
Pierre Garant S. V. 1832 



M. Genev. Gosselin 

a V. 1803 
Alexandre Ratte aV.1833 
Frs. Marcotte .. 1833 
Jos. Roy H 1837 

Felix Roy .. 1840 

Jos. l*aucher n 182S 

T Frs. Gontier S.G. 1830 

Jeanne Buteau Bert 1778 

Aug. Violette m 1890 
Molse Beaulieu aV. 1811 



M. Genev. Bilodeau 

Bert 1787 
Michel Queret S.V. 1812 

M. Joe. Picard S.P.S.1793 
Cbs. Vincent Pepin 

S.F.a 1835 

Marie Bilodeau S.H. 1788 



Veronique Duperran 

an. 1789 
Pierre Couture » 1812 
Jos. Rouleau n 1814 



Marie L^tellier 



1813 



Theotiste Cbabot 

S.Chs. 1778 



29 Joseph 

30 Gabriel 

31 Louis 
Jean Baptiste 

32 Louis 
Fran9ois 

S8 Louis 
Marie 
Rosalie 
Ang];^lique 
Louis 
Charles 
Jacques 
Jean Baptiste 



(11) M. Ursule C6t^ » 1808 
(11) M. Marg. Bemier .. 1809 
Joeette Roy 

Marie Moor 

Marie Oaron, (?) Garreati 
J. B. Bourbeau aG. 1815 
Frs. Plante m 1821 

Frs. Campeau » 1823 



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BOUTIN 



54LoQifr 


(18) 


Fran^oiw 




LOQU 




aSBuile 


(13) 


BwUe 




Joseph 




36 Joseph 


(IS) 


37Midiel 


(18) 


38 JeuiFran9ois(14) 


Archange 




Rose 




Jean Francis 


Larare 




Louis 




^ Louis 


(15) 


40 Louis 


(16) 


41 Charles 


(16) 


Louise 




Clementine 




Joseph 




42 Jaoques 


(16) 


43 Jacques 


(17) 


Catherine 




Francis 




44 Antoine 


(17) 
(18) 


45 Antoine 


Genevieve 




Julie 




Adelaide 




Louis 




Francois 




46 Jaoques 


(18) 


47 Joseph 


(18 


Henriette 




Lemerae 




48 Simon 


(18) 


Simon 




Lememe 




49 Pierre 


(19) 


Pierre 




50 Francois 


(19) 


M. Desanges 



51 JeanBaptiste(20) 
Sophie 

52 Joseph (21) 

M. Zoe 



53 



(21) 



Delvina 
Aussile 
CvriUe 
Thomas 

Emmelie 

Jean 

Thomas 



54 Paul (22) 
56 Jean Bapti8te(22) 

56 LouU (23) 

57 Charles (24) 
MarjfTuerite 
Louis 

58Lasare (24) 



Marg. Baudoin S.F.S.1788 
J. B. Gagnon S.V. 1818 

M. Jos. DuW S.P.S. 1795 



Fse. Morin S.V. 1796 

M. Anne Dupont 

S.F.S. 1806 
M. Th^r^ Roy S.F.S.1792 
Jos. Baudoin m 1827 
Chrysostdme Dumas 

S.F.«. 1827 



M. Maig. Gaulin S.V.1816 
Louise (Jorriveau S.G.1794 
Louise Lacasse » 1799 
Chs. Validre .. 1820 

Paschal Quemeneur 

S.G. 1829 

RosaUe Terrien S.G. 1804 
Cath. Tel^mer .. 1804 
Eloi Lecours » 1826 

Marg. Mercier S.G. 1809 
Genev. Goupy a Chi..l807 
Frs. Gaumont n 1829 
Laurent Morin » 1847 
GodfroiB^n L^vis 1839 



Eliz. Chabot S.Chs. 1812 
M. Anne Naud .. 1812 
Jaoq. Frs. Gravel B. 1845 
Mane Gaudin .. 1824 

M. Vict. Leclaire 

S.Ch8. 1816 

Josette Fortier S.G. 1821 
M.Rose Morisset S. H.1820 

M. Anne Audet S.y. 1826 
Theodore R^iilard 

S.V. 1867 
M. Ls. Heam .. 1821 
Michel Corriveau ^^ 1848 
M. Anastasie Lemieux 

S V. 1821 
Frs. F^lix de Valoi'g (iau- 

tron S.V. 1841 

Gaspard Tangiie .. 1844 
Ls. Chabot .. 1858 

Mathilde Lemieux 

S.V. 1829 
Geo. Fagot .. 1863 



Marg. Roy S.F.S. 1834 
Julie Alaire, S. V. 1841 
Henriette (vourgue, 

S. V. 1843 



Mad. Fortier Bert. 
J. B. Turg^n m 



1808 
1841 



>L Genev. Brousseau 

S.V. 1819 



Xarcisse 
50 Jacques 

Henriette 

Pierre 
60 Francois 

18—15 



(25) 



Marie Oxshon 
Geo. Roy 



S.V. 1827 
M 1858 



(26) Marie Morin S.P.S. 1822 



BOUTIN. 



61 Pierre (27) 

62 Antoine (27) 

Francis 
IjC meme 

63 JeanBapti8te(28) 

64 JeanBapti8te(31) 

65 Francois (32) 

66 LouiR (33) 

67 JeanBapti8te(83) 

68 Charies (33) 

69 Jacques (33) 

70 Louis 

Jean Baptiste 



71 Augustin 

Joseph Godfroi 
Abraham 

72 Auguetin 
Augustin 

73 Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

74 Henri 
Henri Michel 

75 Charles 
Le meme 

76 Louis (34) 

77 Basile (35) 



78 Joseph 



(35) 



79 JeanFrancoi»(38) 

80 Lazare (38) 

81 Louis (38) 

82 Joseph (41) 

83 Fran5oi8 (43) 

84 LouiH (45) 

85 Francois (45) 

86 Simon (48) 

87 Cyrille (52) 

88 Thomas (53) 
Le meme 

89 Jean (53) 

90 Fran90i8 (62) 

91 Pierre (49) 

92 JeanBapti8te(70) 

93 Joseph L. 

Godfroi (71) 

94 Abraham (71) 

95 Aug\i8tin (72) 



M. Genev. Cote S.H. 1816 
Charlotte Langlais 

S. P. 1817 

El^nore Marcoux 

S.P. 1884 
Thertee Langlais S.H.1819 
Vict. Guenet S.P. 1814 
Marie Cameron S.G. 1829 
An^le Roy S.G. 1813 
Reme Bissonnet S.G. 1820 
Marie Labbe S.G. 1824 
IkL Marg. Corriveau 

S. Chs. 1833 
M. Ls. Mercier 

Fils de Michel et de 
M. Agathe Boucher 
Marie Gr^goire Ste. 

Marie St. Isidore 1821 



M. Jos. Gagne 

Marie Gosselin 

Agathe Lortie 

Marcelline Leclaire 
M. Chs. Carriers. Chs. 

1857 
Ang^ Corriveau S.V. 1817 
M. Mad. Quemeneur 

S.H. 1817 
M. Marg. Corriveau 

S.V. 1822 
El^nore Morin S.F.S.1828 
Marcelline Laurandeau 

S.F.S. 1829 
Eliz. Blais S. F. S. 1837 
M. Marg. Corriveau 

S.V. ia30 
Heloise Dessaiut 

S.F.S. 1841 
Ang^e Foumier S.Chs. 

1836 
Marg. Fournier S.Chs. 

1848 
Theotiste Gonlet 

S. Chs. 1841 
Z^lie Roy S. V. 1859 

DesanRes Bolduc S.V. 1813 
Seraphine Dion n 1870 
Delphine Ratt^ S. V. 1863 
Symphorienne Marcoux 

S. P. 1864 
Esther Bernard S.V. 1848 
M. Ls. Corriveau S.V. 1848 
S. Ansel me. 



Zo6 Chabot S. Chs. 1850 
Perpetue Denis S. Chs. 1853 
Caroline Foumier 

S.Ch8. 1851 
96 JeanBapti8te(73) Hortense Clement 

S. Chs. 1851 
Em^lie McNeil S.V. 1869 
Sophie Tangue Bert. 1843 
Ange Naud S. Chs. 1853 
M. Em^lie Turgeon 

S.V. 1864 



97 Henri Michel(74 

98 I^uis (57' 

99 Narcisse (58^ 
100 Pierre (59) 



BOUTILLET. 



1 Pierre 



Jncqueling Vandandaigne 
Beauport 1699 



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BOUTILLET. 




BRISSON. 


M. Franooise Jo«. Cyr. Isle J^iw 1725 
M. Charlotte Jean Berthiaume Cha. 


Charles Francois 


Ignace 
4 Ren6 






Bourg 1775 


(2) M. Anne Doyon n 1719 


Leraeme 


M. Anne AUard Che. 


6 Joseph Francois 




Bourg 1714 




(2) Marg. Parrot S.Anne 1720 


2 Jacques 


Marie Deslorier 


6 Charles Francois 


Joseph 






(3) Brigitte Tremblay 

A-G. 1730 


3 Joseph 


(2) (lenev. Fafart A. G. 1761 






Q 




LaurentCoutureS.M. 1762 


Pierre 




Jean Uilairt 


} * 


4 Pierre 


(3) Marie V^rieul C. R. 1793 


Michel 




Le menie 


M. Jos. Foumier B 1796 | Francois 




5 Simon 


M. Ls. Langlois 


7 Ignace 


(3) Marg. Lavoie Baie 




Joachim Bemier 3. Cha. 




S.Paul 1781 


M. Louise 


1795 


8 Jean Hilairc 


' (6) M. Anne Roy S.M. 1773 


II 


2* Joe. Mercier .. 1815 


M. Louise 


Frs. Cote 11 1794 


Fran^oise 


Alexandre Lefebvre 


Pierre Noel 






S.Ch8. 1801 


9 Francois 


(6) Therese Fortier h 1764 


CharleH 




M. Charlotte F«. Talbot S.V. 1814 


Jacques 




Joseph 




Simon 




10 Fran9ois 


M. Anne Fradet 


6 Charles 


(5) Judith Fortier S.Cha. 1789 


Francois 




7 Jacques 


(5) Marie Charrier h 1797 


11 Michel 


(6) M. Ls. Fradet S.M. 1778 


M. .Anne 


(rervais Bemier u 1829 


Fran9ois 




Marie 


Pierre Marcoux S.G. 1819 


12 Pierre Noel 


(8) Marie Cot^ « 1796 


Simon 


(5) Marie Voisin S.H. 1793 


Marie 


Jos. Cote S.G. 1820 






Josette 


Frs. Morin .. 1826 




BRIDAUT. 


Marguerite 
M. Anne 


Raphael Lemieux .u 1828 






Frs. Ledaire S.V. 1834 


1 Jean 


Marie Crete (^. 1687 


Jean Baptiste 


Jean Hilairc 




13 Joseph 


(9) M. Ange. Carbonneau 


2 


(1) M. Jos. Paquet O. 1716 
Jos. Lacroix S.M. 1739 




Bert. 1814 


M. Louise 


14 Francois 


(10) Genev.Comeau S.Cbs.1806 


M. Josett^ 


Noel Roumillard n 1741 


15 M 


(11) M.RoseGautron S.M. 1803 


M. Elizabeth Frs. Morin 8.P.S. 1763 


Marcelline 


Edouard Roy .. 1844 


M. Angelique I> Valiere 1772 


M. Anne 


Damase Gautron .. 1851 






Jean 




BRIART-LEJEUNE. 

1 


David 




2 Joseph 


<^^ . r. ., 


16 JeanBaptiste(12) Genev. Baillargeon 


Le menie 


Mad. Deblois S.Frs. 1757 




S.G. 1829 


3 Jean Baptiste Marg. Beaulieu 


17 Jean 


(15) Angele Roussel S.M. 1888 


Jean 




18 David 


115) Genev. Pouliot S.J. 1846 


4 .. 


(3) M.Ls. Forgues S.Chs. 1766 


19 Georges 


(15) Eulalie Mercier S.M. 1848 


5 Francois Olivier Fse. Forgues 






Charlotte 


Aug. Nadeau S.G. 1807 
Gufll. Labrecque n 1812 




BROCHU. 


Angelique 






„ 


2 Pierre Lacasse .i 1823 


1 Ix>uis 


Rene Gaschet 


Marguerite 


Ls. Gontier m 1821 


Jean 




Fran«^>is 




2 Jean 


(2) Nicole Saulnier S.F. 1669 


An tome 




Marie 


Jean Tangue S.P. 1692 


Le meme 


Josette Dutile n 1807 


Anne 


NoelLebrun .. 1696 


Jean Olivier 




Jean 




6 Fran9()is 


(5) Charlotte Dutile .. 1803 


3 Jean 


(2) Marie Delaunay Q. 1697 


Francois 
7 Antome 




Genevieve 


Aug. Blais Bert, 1730 
J. B. Gagne .. 1734 


(5) Therene (Jontier .. 1810 


Marguerite 


Adelaide 


Fi-8. Fradet .. 1830 


„ 


2'Frs.Quemeneur S.V. 1739 


8 Antoine Olivier Olive Baudoin | 


Jean Baptiste 


Le meine 


Domitille Plante 1 


4 Jean Baptiste (3) Dorothy Alaire Q. 1724 




S.Chs. 1855 


Agathe 
M. Josette 


Michel Garant S.V. 1744 


H Jean Olivier 


(5) Marie Baillargeon 


Jacques Roy m 1755 " 




S.Ch8. 1882 


Dorothee 


Clement Patry .i 1744 


Ai)olline 


Dominique Morisset 


.. 


2° Pierre Bacquet S. M. 1777 




S.Ch9. 1860 


Pierre 




10 Fran9oi8 


(6) M. Anne Vallee S.G. 1826 


Louis 








Lem^me 


Susanne Garant S.V. 1741 




BRISHON. 


M. Louise 


Olivier Nicole .i 1765 






M. Susanne 


Jaoq. Roy .. 1765 


1 Rene 


Anne Vezina 


M. Suaanne 


Jacq. Roy „ 1771 


Rene 




5 Jean Baptiste (4) M. Agathe Roy 1756 


Charles 




Marguerite 


NicoUs Bouchards V.1785 


2 Rene 


(1) (ienev. Testu A.G. 1696 


Th^rese 


Jacques Belanger .. 1788 


Francois Joseph | 


Michel 




Rene 




Jean Baptiste 


) 


3 Charles 


(1) Marie Letartre .. 1698 


Andte 




M. Fran9oise 


Guill. Gravel C.R. 1783 


Thomas 


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BROCHU. 



Cb*riefl 
Joseph 

6 Pierre (4) 
M. C;eiievi^ve 
llJoaeUe 
MMguerite 
Andre • 
Francois 

7 Loaw (4) Margf. Roy S.V. 1759 
LoaiR 

% Jean Baptiste (5) 



Genev. Roy S.V. 1763 

J. B. HeUe .. 1782 

Icrnaoe Denis .. 179S 

Michel Gagnon •• 1795 



Marsnerite 
!^L Anne 
M. ApoUine 
M. Ursnle 
Jean Baptiiite 
TbomaB 
9 JoMph (5) 



M. Charlotte 
Looiw 
31 Anne 
Jaoqnei^ 
Jean 
Fercol 
Joieph 
Charles 
10 Andre 
M. Lucie 
Julie 



(5) 



Sophie 

M. Anne 

Vihnere 

Lot 

Andre 

Fei^ 

Leonard 

Pierre 

Lememe 

U Thomas 



(5) 



Adelaide 

Eliiaheth 

Agatbe 

S^ie 

Catherine 

Hathikle 

Stanislas 

Fianoois Xarier 
12 MicbS[ (5) 

EalaHe 

Pierre 
Id Charles (5) 

Stanislas 
14 Andr^ (6) 

Marie 

Marie 

Marf^i^rite 



Louise 
M. Anne 
Hiertise 
Angele 
Antique 
Loais 
Joseph 
Andre 
Andre 
15 FruiQois 
Marguerite 
Victoire 



M. Ursule Bouchard 

S.V. 1783 
J. B. Lemieux n 1809 
Paul Martineau .. 1812 
Frs. Chabot .. 1820 

Joe. Roy i» 1826 



M. Anne Poliquin 

S.Chs. 1786 
Pierre Rousseau .. 1822 
Jean Chabot .. 1819 

Michel Rousseau .. 1812 



M. Anne Tangue S. M. 1798 
Amable Paquet S.V. 1818 
Tho. Leonard B^langer 

S.V. 1826 
Chs, Gourge .. 1833 

VilmereRoy .. 1^37 



AngeLanglois S.V. 1836 

V. de Jos. Alaire 
M. Euphrosime Lemieux 

S.V. 1800 
Frs. Blouin .. 1826 

Ls. Bolduc H 1827 

Jaoq.Bacquet .. 1836 
Frs. R^ Roy .. 1840 
UdouMTd Genest .. 1842 
Andre Blais .. 1842 



Fse. Quirou«t Bert 1803 
Chs. Penin S.G. 1880 

M. Ls. Herpe S.V. 1802 



S.y. 1781 

S.G. 1801 

,. 1826 

.. 1809 



BROCHU. 



Marie Roy 
Pierre Arbour 
Frs. R^miUard 
Jean Baoquet 
T Ls. Bilodeau 
Jean Qu^ret 
Jos. Roby 
Frs. Monn 
Frs. Langlois 
Banle Thibault 



1810 
1810 
1824 
1826 
1827 



(6) 



Heine 
18-16^ 



MaroeauS.y. 1788 
Chs. Vien S.M. 1814 

Jean Quemeneur 

Bert. 1824 
J. B. Lepage S Chs. 18^ 



Ursule 

Pierre 

Antoine 

FrangoiK 

Michel 

16 Louis (7) 
Marguerite 
Fran9oi8e 
Genevieve 
Pierre 
Jacques 

Fran9ois Xavier 
Louis 

17 Thomas (8) 
Eraelie 
Aur^lie 
NarcisHe 
Thomas 

18 Jean Baptiste (8) 
Maroelline 

O^ire' 

Lucie 

Delphine 

Adelaide 

Theodore 

^ Venceslas 

19 Jean (9) 
Charles (9) 

20 Jacques (9) 

21 F^r2ol . (9) 

22 Andre (10) 

Zo^ 

Nazaire 
Andre 
Le mdme 

23 F^reol (10) 

24 L^nard (19) 



25 Luc 

26 Vilm^re 



(10) 
(10) 



27 Pierre (10) 

28 Stanisbis (11) 

29 Fan^ois- 

Xavier (11) 

30 Pierre (12) 

31 Stanislas (13 

32 Andr^ (14) 
Andre 

33 Francois 
Charles 

34 Joseph (14) 
Fr^eric 
Leandre 
Joseph 

36 Andre (14) 

36 Louis (14) 



37 Antoine 
Emelie 
Apolline 
Antoine 
Jean 
Michel 

38 Francois 
89 Michel 

40 Pierre 

41 Pierre 
Ang^le 
Luoe 
Eulalie 
Lememe 

42 Jacques 
Adeline 
Jacques 



(15) 



(16) 
(15 
(15 
(16) 



(16) 



Michel Asselin S.G. 1828 



(i^nev. Leclaire S.V. 17*5 
Chs. Paquet S.M. 1822 
Andr^ Gosselin .. 1828 
Jos. Audibert « 1829 



M. Emelie Roy S.V. 1812 
Severe Theberge ,. 1868 
Frs. Morrisson .. 1869 



N. Archange Roy S.V.1820 
Damasse Corriveau M. 
S.y.l846 
Jacq. Roy S.V. 1862 

Pierre Qu^ret ., 1863 

F. X. Laine „ 1858 

Laurent Roy » ia51> 



Mane Blouin S.G. 1813 
Marie Fortier S.H. 1815 
Marie Blais S. Chs. 1817 
Mare. Bilodeau S.G. 1825 
Angele Beaucher 

S. Chs. 1822 
Joan Royer n 1852 



Marg. Boulet S.F.S. 1840 
Ad6 Couture 8. Chs. 1832 
Apolline Baillargeon 

S. Chs. 1833 
M. Zoe Chabot S.V. 1834 
Genev. Chabot S.V. 1844 
Susanne Gu^et S.G. 1819 
Emelie Roy S.V. 1820 

Marceline Blais S.V. ltW2 
Natalie Naud S. Chs. 1850 
Sara Roy Bert 1843 

M. Anne Aube S.G. 1807 

M. Genev. Aube 

Marie Fradet S.G. 1811 



M. Anne Gontier S.G. 1819 
Emerentienue Langlois 

S.V. 1830 
Apolline Fradet S.M. 1810 
Leandre Brochu «. 1860 
Marcel Pepin S. Chs. 1846 



Mar^. Blais 
Sophie Guilmet 
Marg. Tangu«^ 
M. Ls. Lefebvre 
Pierre Labbe 
Ls. Couture 
Jean Fortin 
Louise Cl<^ment 
G^ev. Goupy 
Jos. Gagnon 



Bert 1823 
Bert 1824 
S.V. 1828 
S.M. 1810 
.. 1831 
M 1835 
1845 
1830 
1830 
1864 



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43 Louis 

44 Fran5oi8- 

Xavier 

Le tneme 

45 Joeeph 
Joseph 

46 Etienne 
Andr6 

47 Narciase 

48 Thomas 

49 Theodore 

50 Wenoeslas 

51 Nazaire 

52 Andr^ 

53 Andre 

54 Charles 

55 Joseph 

56 Joseph 
Philom^ne 

Joseph 

56 Fr^^ric 

57 Leandre 

58 Antoine 

59 Michel 

60 Jean 

61 Jacques 

62 Joseph 

63 Andr^ 

64 Joseph 



BROCHU. 

(16) Mftrg. Garont S. Chs. 1816 

(16) Euphrosine Bouchard 

aM. 1836 
Anastasie Tunreon 

S.M. 1853 
(9) Brigitte Galbert S.H. 1810 



Marg. Faneuf 

Em^lieTangu^ S.V. 1842 
Rose CateUier S.V. 1853 
M. D^IimaTaogu^ 

S.V. 1857 
Mane Lepage S.V. 1858 
M. Ang^ Charrier 

S. Chs. 1850 
flenriette Chabot 

S. Chs. 1855 
Eliz. I^bbe S.6. 1826 
M. Marg. Baudouin 

S.V. 1883 
M. Jos. Dalaire 8. V. 1836 
M. Jos. Dalaire S.V. 1836 
Gaspard Vaillancour 

S.V. 1865 



(17) 

(18) 
(22) 



(33) 

(34) 
(84) 



(34) M. Marcelline Morisset 

S.M. 1841 
(34) Em^ie Brochu S.M. 1860 
(37) Luce Chamberlan 

S.M. 1838 
(37) M. Eliz. Chamberlan 

S.M. 1844 
(37) Henriette (3ochon 

S M 1849 
(42) Marie Pruneau 8. Chs. 1854 

(45) Genev.Th6berge S.V. 1839 

(46) Pbilom^ne Nadeau 

S. Cha. 1863 
(55) Cath. Lemelin S.V. 1863 



1 Pierre 

Pierre 
Antoine 

2 Pierre 

Simon 
Charles 
8 Antoine 
Louise Eliz. 
Joseph 
Le meme 
M. Anne 
Marie 
Louise 
Marguerite 
Pierre 
Francois 

4 Michel 
Augustin 

5 C/harles 
Marie 

6 Simon 
Josei^h 

7 Antoine 
Angele 

Felicite 
Catherine 

Germain 



BROUSSEAU. 

M. Th^r^ Bernard 

Q. 1704 



(1) Genev. Parent, Beauport 
1727 



(1) Louise Eliz. GagnonQ. 1746 
Nicolas Morisset S.M. 1775 

M. Ls. Dalaire Q. 1756 
Paul Veau S.M. 1787 

PieiTe Bacquet n 1801 
Jacq. Naud S.Chs. 1783 
Thos. Corriveau S.V. 1790 



Marg. Du8»ant 

(2) Felicite Spinard Q. 1773 

Pierre Pouliot -S.L. 1783 

(2) Marie Rouleau S.L. 1773 

Ange Moreau 
Laurent Lacroix S.M. 1804 
r Jos. Gautrou .. 1834 
Jos. Fontaine .. 1810 

Andre Lacroix n 1812 
2" Etn. Blanchet ., 1821 



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BROUSSEAU. 



8 Augustin (4) 
Franfois 
Augustin 

9 Joseph (3) 
Celeste 

M. Th^r^ 
M. Josette 
M. Genevieve 
M. Angelique 
Antoine 
Joseph 
Francois 

10 Joseph (6) 
M. Genevieve 
Genevieve 
Marguerite 
Magloire 
Joseph 

Pierre 

11 Pierre (3) 
Marie 
Genevieve 
Andre 

Jean Baptiste 

12 Fran9ois (3) 
Marguerite 
Jacques 
Fran9ois 

13 Germain (7) 
Marie 
Marguerite 

Le meme 
L-e meme 

14 Augustin (8) 



Fse. Boulet S. Tho. 1763 
J. R. Bouchard .. 1801 

M. Cath. Lacroix S.M.1779 
Ls, Tangue S.V. 1807 

Jos. Tangue .. 1813 

Aug. Verieu} m 1816 

lAXBie Boutm » 1819 
Ant. Talbot „ 1843 



Geoev. Dumas S.L. 1804 
Ant. Noel m 1824 

Fn. Gosaelin .. 1833 
Edouard Dumas .. 1836 



Marie Bacquet S.M. 1786 
Jean Bte. Ruel S.H. 1815 
Basile Plante ,. 1819 



Marg. Couture aChs. 1795 
Aug. Roy S.G. 1820 



Ang^ Couture S-Chs. 1811 
Jos. Bilodeau S.M. 1833 
Michel Tangu^ .t 1839 
Manr. B^n .. 1834 

M. Ls. Rebecca Gagn^ 

S.M. 1847 
M. Mad. McKinnal, 

Bert 1798 
la, Blouin .. 1823 

Louise Carbonneau .. 1810 
M. Jos. Alaire S.H. 1817 



Madeleine 
Le meme* 

15 Francis (9) 
Nazaire 

16 Antoine (9) Pelagie Tangue S. V. 1807 
Simon 

Antoine 

Leineme 

Lucie 

17 Joseph (9) 



M. Flavie 
18 Magloire (10) 



19 Joseph 



(10) 



20 Pierre (10) 
A JeanBaptiBte(ll) 

21 Andr6 (11) 

22 Jacques (12) 

23 Francois (12) 

24 Nazaire (15) 

25 Simon (16) 

26 Antoine (16) 



Marie Roy S.V. 1818 

Michel Queret m 1847 
M. Le. Baudewin 

S. aaire aV. 1817 
Etn. C^lestin Boulet 

S F S. 1843 
M. Anne Nadeau S.L.1840 
M. Joe. Labrecque 

S.L.1850 
RoeeGendreau aL. 1S55 
Tha»iU Cadoret S.H. 182»3 
M. Chs. Turgeon aH. 

B 1823 
Marie Goulet S.g! 1827 
Julie Roger aG. 1825 

M. Ls. Parent S.F.S. 

aV. 1849 
Marg. Richard aV. 1832 
Mane Thivierge S.M. 1841 



BRUNEAU. 



1 Rene 

Francois 
Nicolas 

2 Fran9oi8 
Francois 

3 Nicolas 
Le meme 

4 Francois 



Jeanne Anne Poitrean 

Q.1668 



(1) Marie Provost 

(1) Mad. Lafleur 

Anne Leroux, Chs. Bouig. 
1721 

(2) Mad. Bourgouin, Beauport 

1702 



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Chariea 
5Charies 

M. Fnu]9oi8 
M. Loaise 
MMguerite 
Gfloevi^ve 
M.Jo0ette 
Joneph 
Chines 
Francoiit 
6Charle» 

Maiie 

Joseph 

CharW 
7 FnuifoiB 

Franooifl 

CbftTles 

JeanBaptiste 

Joseph 
6 Jo6e|^ 

Joseph 
9 Fnn9ois 



BRUNEAU. 

(4) 



M.*Lb. Lamothe, Beauport 
1744 

GuUL Comveau S.V. 1778 
Louis Cote u 1776 

Fr8.Rqy « 1780 

Pierre fiolduc » 1780 
Jos. Terrien » 1792 



(5) M. Eliz. Comveau 

8.V.1772 
Jacq. Guilmet •• 1807 



(5) M. Ang^. A88elinS.V.1779 



(5) Marie Ruel S.Ch8. 1788 



Sophie 
Franoois 
lOCharlee 
Marguerite 
Henriette 



(7) Genev. L^toumeau 

S.G. 1800 
Chs. Ratte .. 1826 



(7) Marg. aoutier S.G. 1806 
Aug. Audet 
Ls. BlaiB 

11 Jean Baptiste (7) Marie Labrecque 
Fr&nooise Frs. Roy 

12 Joseph Ang4 Philippe 
Le meme LouiB Morin 



13 Jean Baptiste 
Jean Baptiste 

14 Joseph (8) 
" ~ • (10) 



1829 
1807 
1828 
1810 
1825 



Ad^ Roy, S. Claire 

JosetteGosselin S.G. 1824 
Marie Baoquet 



15 Francois (101 

16 JeanBaptiste(14) Philom^ne Lemelin 

S.Ch8. 1862 
Charles (6) M. Mad. Gagne S.P.S.1807 

BUSSlfeRE, 



1 Jacques 
Jean 

2 Jean 
Madeleine 
Angelique 
M. Marthe 

Jean 

Augustin 

Francoifl 

Gabnel 

Paul 

3 Jean 
V^ronique 

Mftrie 
Genevieve 
Jean Baptiste 
Lememe 

4 Augustin 

5 Francois 
M. Ther^ 
Louis 
Lememe 
Lememe 
Barbe 

6 Gabriel 
M. Louise 
Louis 

7 Paul 

8 Joseph 
H. Charlotte 
Pierre Paul 



Noelle Goesard S.F. 1671 

(1) Ursule Rondeau 3.P.ie93 
Pierre Roy .. 1733 

Frs. L&fmnce » 1737 

Maurice Michel Jean 

S.P. 1744 



Fse. DupUe S.P. 1716 

Jacq. Rousseau k 1744 
3^ Pierre Gauvin SL, 1773 
Jos. Cloutier S.P. 1747 
Jos. Bergeron n 1749 

M. Chs. Nadeau B. 1758 
M. Chs. Leoompte » 1726 
M. Anne Ferland S.P. 1733 
Michel Parent m 1769 

M. Anne Ruel S.L. 1745 
M. Anne Dufaut S.F. 1751 
Amb. Roberge a P. 1788 
M. AnneParadis » 1734 
J. B. Perrot .. 1769 

(2) Cath. Ferlant S.P. 1744 
Genev. Parant 
Pierre Cr^peau S.H. 1778 



(2) 



(2) 



BUaSlfeRE. 



<S1 
(6) 



(8) 



9 Jean Baptiste (3) 
M. Josette 
Pierre 
Fran9oi8 

10 Louis 

11 Louis 
M. Th^r^ 
M. 'Josette 
Etienne 
Louis 
Legor 
LemSme 
Le mSme 

12 Pierre Paul 
M. Fran^oise 
M. Lotiise 
Joseph Magloire 

13 Pierre (9) 
M. Josette 
Maiguerite 
Francoise 

M. Chariotte 
Rosalie 
Pierre 
Victor 
Le meme 

14 Fran9oi8 

15 Louis 
Louis 

16 Ludger 

17 Etienne 

18 S^v^re 



Josette Poir^, 
Ls. Crepeau 



Levis 1741 
M 1770 



(9) 
(11) 

(11) 
(11) 
(12) 



19 Charles Pas 

chal (12) 

20 Jos. Maffloire(12) 
Joseph Magloire 

21 Pierre (13) 

22 Victor (13) 

23 Edouard 
Charles 
Lememe 

24 Charles 
Charles 

25 Louis (15) 

26 Joseph 
Pierre 

27 Joseph Magloire 

(20) 

28 Charles (23) 



Philom^ne 

29 Charles 

30 Pierre 

31 Francis 
Le meme 

32 Paul 
Lememe 



Gertrude Ratte S. P. 1761 
Th^r^ Leolaire .t 1765 
Pierre Tardif S. H. 1 786 
Andr^ Forgues >i 1807 



Mad. Blouin S.Chs. 1791 
M. Anne Deport S.G. 1808 
Fse. Foumier S.P.S. 1774 
Ls. Lehouz S.H. 1807 
Alexandre Filteau .. 1811 
M. Paschal L^vis 

Josette Dallaire S.M. 1771 
Jean Bergeron B. 1797 
Jos. Boissel u 1801 

Jos. Labrecque » 1806 
Ant. Blanchet S.H. 1796 
Pierre Paradis •. 1797 



Marie Gosselin S.Chs. 1825 
M.FBe. Fontaine S.M.1771 
Mad. Roy B. 1792 

Maig. Noel S.H. 1810 
Judfth Paradis S.Ci. 1822 
Ursule Quemeneur 

S.H. 1808 
M. Euphrosine Blais 

S.H. 1815 
M. Jos. FUteau B. 1815 

M. Agathe Poliquin 

S.M. 1804 
Ange Gosselin S.Chs. 1811 
Ange Gosselin 

Fse. Roy S.M. 1826 

M. Anne Bacon Q. 



B. 1819 
S.H. 



Marie Turgeon 
Marie Guilmet 



(24) 
(86) 



Pierre 
Madeleine 

Madeleine 

Claire 
Marguerite 

M. Fran9oise 

Pierre 
Franfois 



Mabhilde Labreoque B. 

1847 
M. Anne Mercier S.Chs. 

1841 
Wilmer Duquet S. Chs. 

1861 
Genev. Langlois Bert 1834 
Olive Labrecque B. 1856 
M. Jos. Genest 
Marg. LeclaireS.Chs. 1863 
Delphine Bochet 
Damaris Pouliot S. J. 1865 



BUTEAU. 

Perette Loriot S.F. 1671 
Pierre Duchesne S.Fra 

1701 
(2) Dominique Gagn^ S . Fro. 

1704 
J. B. Gagn^ S. Chs. 1706 
Jos. Vencul .. 1706 

2« J. B. Leblond .. 1710 
Jacq. Baudon •• 1740 
2«Frs. Dupont .. 1723 



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2 Pierre 

Marie 
Ang^lique 
Pierre 
* Joseph 

3 Fnmfois 
FranooiB 
Jofleph 

4 Joseph 

Le meme 

M. Ursule 

M. Josette 

Jeanne 

Elizabeth 

Lazare 

Joseph 

Andre 

5 Pierre 



BUTEAU. 

(1) Marie Carbonneau 8.Frs. 
1697 
Jaoq. Corriveau S.V. 1724 
Aug. Bemier Bert 1734 



Marie Ginchereau S.Fr8. 

1715 

(2) M. Th^leBaudoinS-Frs. 
1736 
UrBule Guimont Cap. 

S. Ign. 1742 
J. B. Proulx Bert. 1768 
Germ. Baudoin t« 1770 
Nic. Fra. Boutin .. 1778 
J. B. BUifl M 1788 



(2) 



M. Brigitte 
M. Susanne 
M. Marguerite 



Basile 
Jaoquee 
6 Joseph 



(3) 



M. Elizabeth 

7 Francois (3) 
M. Fran^oise 
Joseph 

8 Joseph 
Jacques 

9 Joseph 
Joseph 
Le mdme 

Therese 



Brigitte Foumier S.P.S. 

1749 
Jean Molse Morin S.F.S. 
Pierre Alaire .. 1786 

Jos. DaUire S.F.S. 1?J6 
T Jaoq. Plante .. 1807 



M Manh BUnchet Cap 

S.Ign, 1749 
J. B. Boissonneau S.F.S. 

1777 
M. Anne Tangu^ S. V. 1744 
Andr^ Blanchet Bert. 1769 

Ursule Dumas 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
BUTEAU. 



Marp . Reine 
Louis 

10 Lazare (4) 

11 Andre (4) 
Brigitte 
Jacques 

12 Jacques (5) 
Lazare 
Joseph 

13 Basile (5) 
Ang^le 

Marie 
M. Julie 
Marguerite 
Soulange 
Francois 

14 Joseuh (7) 
M. Christine 
Th^le 
Auguntin 
Joseph 

15 Jacques 
Marguerite 
Cecile 
Jacques 
Le meme 

16 Joseph (9) 
Catherine 

M. Fran^oise 

Benoni 

Louis 

Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 



(4) M. Anne Boutin S.F.S.1766 

M. Th^r^ Fortin S.F.S. 
1771 
Ign. DaUire S.F.S. 1799 
2« Ls. Proulx M 1805 

J. B. Labrecque .. 1803 



Marg. Marooux Bert. 1780 
Brigitte BrissonS.Tho. 1774 
Frs. BUir Bert. 1801 

Brigitte Foumier S.Tho. 
1786 

M. Jos. Fortin S.V. 1797 
Isidore Bemier S.F.S. 1826 
Guill. I^mieux » 1827 
Michel Litoumeau i* 1829 
Paschal Mercier .. 1880 
Mag. Vali^re .. 1840 



Cath. Hall 
Jacq. Cochon 
Jos. Hebert 



Bert 1794 
.. 1824 
.. 1837 



Marg. Chabot S. Chs. 1783 
Pierre Audet S.G. 1803 
Pierre Filteau » 1807 

Justine Roy S.V. 1790 
Fse. Mercier S.F.S. 1788 
Jos. Boissonneau » 1822 
Jos. Pepin S.P.S. 1822 



17 Louis (9) 
M Reine * 
Marguerite 
Angela 

Pierre 
Louis 

18 Jacques (11) 

19 Joseph 

Genev.Th^tiste. 

20 Lazare <12) 

21 Francois (13) 

22 Auguscin (14) 

23 Joseph (14) 

24 Jacques (15) 
26 Joseph (16) 

Joseph Honore 

26 Louis (16) 

27 JeanBaptiste(16) 

28 B^oni (16) 
B^noni 

29 Pierre (17) 

30 Louis (17) 
81 BasUe 

Lememe 
32 Joseph Ho- (26) 

nor^ 
38 B^noni (28) 



Marg. Daniao &F.a 1798 
Pierre Chiton •• 1884 
Pierre Lame h 1835 

Jos. Laine m 1837 



Genev. Lomieux S.H.1806 
Genevieve Theodste Le- 

mieux S.P.S. 1815 

Michel Grodfroi 

Letoumeau S F.S. 1835 
MarcellineCadrin S. V.1841 
Brigitte Alaire » 1832 

S H 
Marie Blais Bert 1826 
JuUeBlais .. 1839 

Marie Fortier a H. 1812 
M. Vict Blais S.F.a 1823 

M. Honor^ Tutgeon 

S.V. 1844 
M Julie Langlais 

S.F.ai831 
Euphemie Morin .t 1836 

Th^e Picard aP.S. 1835 
M. Olive Roy » 1838 
M. Olive Gagne 
Marg. Mercier Bert 1846 
Flore Letellier S.V. 1855 

Perpetue Corriveau 

S.V. 1866 



CADRIN. 



1 Nicolas 
Anne 
Claire 
Franfoise 
Marie 
Marguerite 

•I* 
Pierre 

2 Pierre (1) 
M. Marthe 

M. Helene 

Marguerite 

Urbain 

Pierre 

Paul 

3 Urbain (2) 

Ther^ 
Lememe 

4 Pierre Alexis (2) 
M. Marthe 
Elizabeth 

M. Anne 
Pierre 
Etienne 
Jean Baptiste 
6 Paul (2) 

Blarie 
M. Marthe 
Ursule 
M. Madeleine 

Paul" 

6 Urbain 
Joseph 

7 Pierre Alex- (4) 

andre 
Marie 
Franyuise 



Fse. Delaunay & F. 1679 
Micolas Monsset >« 1709 
Nicolas Roy S.M. 1701 



Frs. Bazin 



1701 



Laurent Terreau Q. 1715 
Robert Vermet a V. 1716 
2° Pierre Gagn^ Bert 1742 

Marthe Marseau S. V.1727 
Jos. LeRoy S.M1749 

T Frs. Mercier " 1776 
Pre.Ars^neDajfiiau m 1754 
J. B. Tangue .. 1772 



M.Ther^ Fortier 

aM. 1752 
Jacq. Bolduc aV.178S 
Maqr. Larrive S.M1774 
M, Chs. Fortin S.M.1756 
Frs. Mercier » 1777 

Frs. Lafontaine » 1799 
Joseph Marseau m 1802 



Ursule Mereier aM1765 

Etn. Bolduc « 179) 

Chs. Dubord .. 1794 

Jos. Bolduc .. 1802 

Frs. Alexis Roy ., 1808 

2' Ls. Gagtton „ 1816 

Marg. Morisset 

Genev. Bisson a M. 1788 

Simon Jolin S.M.1807 

Laurent Guilinet «. 1826 



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(4) 



Joselte 

8 Etienne 
H. Louise 
M. AiKT^le 
MAToelline 
Etienne 
Jean 

9 Jean Baptiste (4) 



Ant Gnilmet 
>LL6.Roy 
J. B. Lanc[loi8 
Joe. Chretien 
Lasare Buteau 



S.M.1846 

S.M:1797 

S.V.1821 

•• 1834 

M 1841 



10 Paul 
Loais 
Pan) 

11 Joseph 
Soulange 

12 Etienne 
M. Celeste 
Lememe 

13 Urfoaln 

14 Jean 

15 Loois 



(6) 



(6) 
(8) 



(8) 
(10) 



Marie Lepage S.Ch8.1807 
Archange BolducS.V.lS08 



Marg. Lefebvre S.M. 1802 
J. B. Bfaneau .. 1842 
Celeste Alaire S.V.1846 
F. X. Morin S.F.S.1844 
M. Anne Rousseau 

S.V.1834 
1831 



16 Paul (10) 

Marguerite 



M. Anne Baoquet 
Marg. Dalaire h 

Maroelline Belanger 

S.M. 
Marie Pigeon » 

Telesphore Drolet m 



1842 

1844 
1864 



CAMAX. 



1 Pierre (1) 
Catherine 
Charlotte 
Pierre 

2 Pierre 



(DSoIdat^oossaift. 



M.Chs. DaniauS.P.S.1802 
Pascal Corriveau S.G.1825 
Jean Dalaire •• 1846 

(1) Marie Audet S.G.1827 



CAMERON. 



1 John 
Thomas 

2Tboaias (1) 

M. Charlotte 
M Fran9oise 

Jean Baptiste 
Antoine 

3 Jews Baptiste (2) 
Rosalie 

Angeliqne 

Margnerite 

Ard^oge 

Soulange 

Thomas 

Priaqne 

Laxare 

Jean Baptiste 

Magloire 

4 Antoine (2) 

5 Antoine 
Antoine 

6 Ao^ostin 

M. Fran^oise 



M. Anne Fraser, Eoosse 

M. Fse. Roy S.V. 1772 
ThaFittyGihfcon .1 1792 
Gab. Dangueuger it 1799 
T Joe. R<^er S.Chs. 1816 



Rosalie Roy S.V. 1788 
JeanJalbert S.G. 1809 
T Kustache Roy S.V. 1811 
Michel 0>uture S.G. 1815 
Jean Henri .. 1820 

Alexandre Pouliot n 1825 
Joe. Bigaouette » 1827 



M. Ls. Boorquo S.V. 1797 
M. Ls. Warren Labadie 



Ang^ Lemolleux 
Jos.Nadeaa 



B. 1832 



7 Prisque 



(3) 



Adelafde 

Prisone 
8 Magloire 
9Tbomas 

10 Laiare 

11 J<<an Baptiste (3! 
Marie 
Lememe 

13 Antoine (5) 
M. Alvina 

14 Prieqoe (7) 



Claire Flavie L'heureux 

S.F. 1819 
Jean Campagna S.J. 1858 

Marg. Rouleau S.L. 1831 
Mane Canao S.G. 1821 
Marg. Gigu^reaXho. 1838 
Bdaru» Uoude S.G. 1809 
Frs. Bouton » 1829 

Marie Blanchet .. 1825 
Julie Ledaire B. 1826 
Pierre Cochon .. 1853 

Cath. Descombe8S.J. 1845 



CAMPAGNA. 



1 Charles 
Marie 
Genevieve 
Joseph 
Simon 
Jacques 

2 Simon 
Le m^nie 
M. Anne 

3 Joeeph 
Angelique 
Marie 
M. Rose 
Augustin 
Jean 

■3 Jacques 
Jacques 

4 Jacques 

Jacques 
Jean Baptiste 
Francois 

5 Augustin 
Le m^me 
Le m^me 

6 .Jean 

M. Catherine 
M. Elizabeth 
M. Louise 
M. Louise 
M. Josette 
Joseph 
Augustin 
Francois 
Jean 

7 Jacques 



Mad. Blouin S.J. 1692 
Louis Gaulin S.Fr8. 1717 
Noel Paquet .. 1728 



(1) Hel^ne Lepage S. Frs. 1739 
M. Anne Pepin 
Pierre Bari-et .. 1775 

(1) M. Mad. Canac S.F. 1745 
LsGagnon S. Frs. 1778 
J. B. Jean .. 1790 

Henri Nicole .. 1798 



Eliz. Morin S.Tbo. 1731 

(3») Marie Michon S.Tho. 1754 
Joe. Carbonneau n 1781 



(3) Genev. Landry S.Fr8.177H 

SusanneCharron S.G. 1800 

Louise Henri •• 1811 

V. d'Araond Comeau 
(3) M. Mad. Gagnon 

Pre. Crysologue Asselin 

Pierre ricard 

Chs. Gnerard 

Jean Peoin 

Pierre Cnatigny 



(4) Affathe Roy Bert. 1778 
V. de Jean Bouflfert 
M. Marthe. Frs. Gab. Boulet 

S.Tho. 1801 
8 Jean Baptiste (4) M. Anne Boutin Bert. 1795 



M. Anne 
M. Anne 
Le meme 
Marie 
Etienne 
9 Fran9oi8 

Jereniie 
Noel 
Louis 
Hubert 

10 Jean 

Catherine 
Marie 
Michel 
Jean 

11 Augustin 

12 Francis 
Le meme 
Henriette 
Sophie 
Louiae 
Marie 
Jean 
Lemdme 

13 Joseph 

14 Etienne 

15 Noel 

16 Jer^ie 
Le meme 

17 Louis 



Chs. Veau S.G. 1813 

2' Paschal Mercier .. 1813 
Rosalie Patotiel .r 1799 
Jos. Quemeneur m 1830 

(4) M. Marg. Marseau 

S.F.S. 1795 



(6) M. Ang^ Boucher 

S.Joa. 1806 

Jaoq. Beaucher S. Frs. 1883 

Magloire Dalaire .. 1846 



(6) M. Marg. Terrien S.J 1820 
(6) Appolline Blouin •• 1820 
Louis Marseau S.Frs. 1825 
1845 
1849 
1855 
1859 



Leandre Lepage 
Olivier Gagn^ 
Ls. Gendreau 
Jos. Marseau 



Domitille Paradis S.P.1856 

(6) Cath. Guion S.F. 1818 

(8) Marg. Foumier S.(;. 1826 

(9) Appolline Dalaire 

S.F.S. 1831 
Marg. Robin .. 1835 
(9) Marg. Boulet S.F.S. 1841 
(9) Marcelline Beaudoin 

S.F.S. 1836 



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CAMPAGNA. 



18 Michel (lO; 

19 Jean (10 

20 Jean (12; 

21 Jean Baptiste 
Basilisse 



Cath. Pepin S.F.S. 1846 

Flore Lessart .. 1862 

Ad6 Cameron S.J. 1868 
Marie Cote 

Nap. Hudon S.L. 1866 



Hubert (9) Sophie MinvUleS.P.S. 1834 

CAMPBELL. 



Ther^ Bacon 8.P.S. 1763 
Job. Simoneau u 1784 
Joe. Talbot .. 1787 



1 Louis (Ecoaee) 
M. Tb4r^ 
M. Angelique 
Jaoquee 

2 Jacques (1) Ther^se Cote S.P.S. 1802 



CAMPEAU. 



1 Etienne 
Fran9oifi 

2 Francois (1) 
Claude 

3 Claude (2) 
Le meme 
Elizabeth 
Marie 

Louise 

Louis Celestin 

Antoine 

4 Louis Cele8tin(3) 
M. Angelique 
C^cile 

Louis 

Fran9ois 

Michel 

5 Antoine (3) 
M. Josette 

M. Charlotte 
Ant<iine 
Francois 
Charles 

6 Louis (4) 
Julie 

7 Francois (4) 



8 Michel 



(4) 



M. JoAette 
Francois 
Louis 
Michel 
9 Antoine 
M. Felicite 
M. Felicite 

10 Francois 

11 Charles (5) 

12 Michel 8) 

13 Louis (8) 

14 Francois (8) 



Cath. Paulo Montr^ 1663 

Mad. Brossard .. 1698 

Mad. Audebert S.J. 1782 

Isabelle'Fortier 

Fr». Pouliot S.L. 1763 

Joe. Goeselin .. 1773 

Frs. Godbout .. 1778 



Marie Crepeau S.L. 1778 
UlricTremblay .. 1816 
Jer^mie Audet i. 1841 



Josette CoutureS.Chs. i786 
Frs. Rou8**eau S.G. 1815 
Marie Audet .. 1818 



Archange Richard B. 1809 
Barth. Nadeau B. 1831 
M. Anne Coulombe 

S.L. 1811 

Q. 
M. Jos Coulombe 

S.L. 1820, 
Pierre Audet ., 186^ 



M. Perpetue Bigouette Q. 
Fabien Blais Q. 
2* Jean Frs. Martineau Q. 
Ange Boutin S.G. 1723 
Frs. Godbout S.L. 1818 
Ang^le Terrieu ., 1853 
Celina Denit* m 1866 
C^lina Denis .. 1868 



CAN AC-MARQUIS. 



1 Marc Antoine (1) 
Reine 

M. Therese 
M. Therese 
Catherine 
M. Josette 
Marc Antoine 
Joseph 

Jean Baptistfi 
Fran9ois 

2 Marc Antoine(l) 
Marie 

Le meme 
Catherine 



Jeanne Nauric S.F. 1688 
Tho. Chretien ,i 1710 
J. B. GenchereauS.F. 1719 
2* J. B. L'heureux .. 1730 
Frs. Drouin S.F. 1719 

Pierre Drouin »» 1780 



Cath. Laignon S.F. 1726 

Joe. Campagna » 1745 
Cath. Boisjoly 

Aug. Beaucher S.F. 1762 



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CANAC— MARQUIS. 



Aug. Martineau S.F. 1770 

M. Mad. Drouin .. 1790 

Job. Gigu^re it 1763 

Michel Gigu^ n 1763 

EHerre Pichet n 1767 

2° Job. Leeaart .t 1775 

Amador Turcot it 1771 

Joe. Meneux i. 1775 



M. Monique 
Charles 

3 Joseph (1) 
M. Idadeleine 
M. Genevieve 
M. Claire 

M. Claire 

M. Marguerite 

M. Rose 

Pierre 

Fran^ise 

4 Jean Bai>tiflte (1) 
Marguerite 
Catherine 
Marie 

M. RoBe 
Jfan 
Ktienne 
6 Francois (1) 

6 CbarfeB (2) 
Marie 

Basile 

Antoine 

Pierre 

7 Pierre (8) 
Genevieve 
Marie 

Pierre 

Francois 

Charies 

8 Francois (3) 
Marguerite 
Francois 
Joseph 

9 Jean (4) 
Judith 

Jean 
Franfois 

10 Etienne (4) 
Marie 
Ther^ 
Th^n^ 
Marguerite 
Madeleine 
Fran9oise 
Josette 

Le meme 

11 Basile (6) 
Victoire 
Francois Regis 
Basile 

Louis 
Francois 

12 Pierre (6) 

13 Antoine (6) 
Le meme 

14 Pierre (7) 
Franooise 
Apoliine 

M!. Justine 
Brigitte 

FrancoisNarcisse 
Joachim 
16 Frangois (7) 

Marie 
Julienne 
Francois 

16 Charles (7) 
Joeeph 
Etienne 

17 Fmngois (8) 

Constance 
Constance 
M. Ludivine 
M. Olive 



Maig. Drouin S.F. 1730 
J. £ Bemier •• 1756 
Jean Marseau «. 175S 
Job. Marie Pepin m 1767 
Denis V^rieul &Fr». 1775 



Marthe Paquet S.F. 1744 
M. Mad. Fortier .. 1771 
Etn. Mad Drouin .. 1806 



Genev. Leclair S.P. 1767 
Ant. Gobeil S.F. 1793 
Frs. Vaillancour .• 1800 



Th^r^Gaulin S.F. 1773 
Pierre Deblois h 1812 



Judith Pepin, aAnnel763 
Jos. Gigu^re aF. 1797 



Thermae Colin S.Fis. 1764 
Chs. BaUlargeon an. 1791 
Pierre Delenteigne •• 1791 
T Frs. Naud i. 1799 

J. B. Bemier .. 1791 

Etn. DelAge n 1800 

Aug. Gautroh •« 1800 
Nic. Baillargeon :.. 1809 
Anne Lemieux Bert. 1797 
Vict Beaucher aF. 1807 
Job. Drouin « 1826 



M. Anne Gaulin S-F. 181« 
Marie Pepin %% 1833 

Marie Guerard .. 1838 
Frs. Boiseonneau aP.1797 
J. B. Letoumeau aF.1845 
Frs. Letoumeau h 1829 
Marc Turcot n 1831 

Fre. Leblond .. 183^ 



Marie Goeaelin aG. 1803 
Tha Cameron .. 1821 
Joachim Plante n 1828 

ChariotteR^aume aR.1798 



M. Th^e DeUds 

aFrs. 1806 
Pierre Premoot a F. 1835 
2^ Benj. Turcot « 1848 
Edouard Poulin .. 183G 
Olivier Drouin h 1844 



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Fnnooifl 

Marguerite 
M. Th^c 
J«<ui 
Fnui90M 
IVrre 
2»» Fnui9oia 



{IJ 



Reine Panulis 
Marie Lepage 
Aug. Odte 
Pierre Demeule 



S.P. 1811 

S.F. 1791 

.. 1814 

,. 1827 



(9) M. Th^le Lep 



(11) Constance Asselin i« 1841 



page 

Stanislas Ubald Duprat 

8.F. 1838 
Franooifi 

21 Banle 
Pierre 

22 Fran(oisRegia(ll)M Hombeline Lamothe 

S.F. 1856 

(11) Martin Drouin •. 1853 
(11) Sophie Bilodeau 

S.Marie 1837 
Ferd. Goeselin S.F. 1863 



Julienne 



23 Loui)* 

24 Francois 



M. Zoe 

Anastasie 
IMmeriae 
25 Joachim 
2^ Fran^oib 

NMt;i8»e 
27 Fran^oia 



Ferd. Rover .. 1868 

Joe. Debfois .. 1868 

(14) Marg. L^toumeau .. 1825 

(14) Hombeline Gagnontf 1844 



(15) Archange Daniau 

S.Cha. 1833 
2S Joaeph M. Marg. Lizotte 

Kamouraska 
Edonard 

29 JoMph 
Joseph 

30 Etieone (16) Eliz. Fortier ,. 1828 

31 Francois (17) Sophie Poulin S.F. 1882 
Philomene Joe. Asselin »i 1860 
M. El^onore Fri.Philia8Gigu^re.. 1862 
Francois Xavier 

32 Jean (19) Th^rese Deblois S.Fr8.1824 
Caroline Gilbert Drouin S.F. 1847 
M. Maroelline Ferd. Asselin .. 1857 

Olivier Drouin .. 1858 
Pierre Racine n 1859 



(16) Marg. Pouliot S.G. 1820 



M. Tb^i^se 
Marguerite 
Franfois 

33 Francois 

31 Pierre 



Baailine 
Michel 
^^ Francois 
30 Pierre 



(19) Hel^ne Fouoher S.F. 1824 
(19) Basilisse L^toumeau 

S.F. 1831 
Paul Deblois .. 1857 



(20) M. Jos. LasaUe S.Frs.1841 

(21) Philomene Drouin 
S.F. 1868 

(28) M. Jos. Goeselin S.V. 1827 

(29) M. Zo6 Bissonneau 
S.F.S. 1842 

39 Fran9oisXa- (31) Justine Asselin S.F. 1854 



37 Edouard 

38 Jo«rph 



40 Francois 

41 Mic hel 



1 Nicolas 
Denis 
Charles 
Louis 

3 Denis 

3 Charles 

4 Louis 
M.Ur8ule 
Louis 
Charles 
Amfaffoiae 

^ Louis 



(32) Blarg. Guerard S.Fr8.1862 
(34) PhUom^meParadis 

S.F. 1859 

CANTIN. 

Mod. Roulois Q. 1660 



(1) Ursule Gaudin A. G. 1689 
(1) M. Mad. Vezina 

A. G. 1703 

(1) Marie Mathieu A. G. 1701 

Pierre Paradis 8.P. 1744 



(4) Marg. Lecbire S.P. 1739 



6 Charles 
Christine 
Ursule 

7 Ambroise 

M. Agathe 

Marie 

Ambroise 

8 Michel (1) 
Michel 

9 Ambroise 
Christine 
Cecile 
Adrien 
Joseph 
Ambroise 

10 Joseph 
Marguerite 
Clement 
Le meme 

A Ambroise 

11 Adrien 
Justine 
Victoire 
M. Esther 
Firmine 

Veneranda 

C«icile 
Adrien 
Joseph 
Augustin 

12 Michel 

13 Clement 

14 Adrien 

15 Augustin 

16 Joseph 

(1) FilsdeLe.et 



CANTIN. 

(4) UrsuleLeclaire S.P. 1743 
Jean Vezina A.G. 1778 
Frs. Huot A.G, 1782 

(4) M. Dorothy Leclaire 

S.P. 1748 
Pierre Langlois S.P. 1781 
Jean Poulet S.P. 1785 

Mad. Ck)6Helin S.H. 1785 

(7) M. Vict. Chabut S.P. 1775 
Aug. Nolin S.P. 1810 

Jos. Marcoux S.P. 1815 



(9) Marg. Tessier 
Aug. Plante 



S.P. 1803 
S.P. 1818 



}^1 



M. Ange Martel S.P. 1837 
Louise Simoneau S.H. 1805 
Cecile Noel S.P. 1807 

Ignace Paradis S.P. 1838 
Prosper Tailleur S.P. 1841 
Magi. Ferland S.P. 1845 
Jean Bruno Paquet 

S.P. 1848 
Jean Bruno Goulet 

S.P. 1848 
Laurent Paquet S.p! 1851 



(8) EuphrosineChabotB. 1809 

(10) Rosalie Leclaire, (ientilly 
S.P. 1831 

(11) Marcelline Ferland 
S,P1841 

(11) Domitille Baudouin 

S.P. 1841 
(11) M. Mad. Goulet S.P. 1854 
de Suz. Carrier. 



CARBONNEAU-PROVENgAL. 



1 Hespery 
Mane 
Ther^e 

Ther^se 

Marguerite 

Marguerite 

Jean 

Barth^lemi 

Jacques 

2 Jacques 
Jacques 
Jean Baptiste 

3 Jean (1) 

4 Barthelemi (1) 

5 Jacques (2) 

Augustin Michel 

Jacqtiee 

Andr^ 

6 Jean Baptiste 

Margtierite 
M. Josette 
Isa belle 
Joseph Marie 
Pierre 

7 Jacques (5) 



Marg. Landry S.F. 1672 
Pierre Buteau S.Frs. 167H 
Pierre Menanteau 

S.Frs. 1701 
2° Frs. Quenneville 
J. B. Nadeau Bert. 1721 
2° Jean Boucher Bert. 1726 



(1) Gen^v. Martin 



Gertrude Lepage 

S.Frs. 1722 
Genev. Nadeau S.V. 1726 
Jeanne Guinion 

S. Anne 1725 



Isabel! e Lefebvre 

Bert. 1729 
Jos Lessart n 175H 

Jos Balan d 17(>5 

Frs Letellier n 1771 



M. Anne Chartier 

Bert. 1751 



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C ARBONNE AU -PRO VE^V AL . 



M. Anne 

Reine Ursule 

M. Louise 
Isidore 



Michel Dominique Bilo- 

deau Bert. 1771 

Jaoque Prisque Corriveau 

Bert. 1787 

Aug. Bilodeau S.V. 1785 



Jacque« 
Andre 



Joseph 
8 August. Michel (5) 

M. Anne 
Le meme 
M. Victoire 
Joseph 
y Andr^ (5) 

M. Angelique 
G^nevi^ve 
Andr6 
Jacques 

10 Pierre (6) 
Josette 
Felicite 

^L Gt^nevidve 

Jofeph Marie 
Dieudonne 
Pierre 
Charles 

11 Joseph (7) 

Rose 

M. Josette 

Louise 

M. Anne 

AL Louise 

Archange 

Victoire 

Jean Baptiste 

Le meme 

I> meme 

12 Joseph Mi.rie (6) 
Mane Josette 
M. Christine 
M. Marthe 
Isabelle 
Catherine 
Joseph Marie 
Jean Baptiste 
Simon 
Franjois 
Pierre 

13 Jacques (7) 
M. Louise 

\L Louise 

M. Marguerite 



Fse Ursule Lemieux 

Bert 1761 
Aug. Bilodeau .i 1789 
Mad. Gaulin .* 1778 

J. B. Menard " 1798 

Genev. Bilodeau n 1762 
Jos Brisson » 1814 

Michel Guay S.H. 1791 



M. Mad.Bemier Islet 1757 
Simon Baaquet S.G. 1804 
Ant. Godbout u 1812 
Clement Couillard 

S.V. 1807 



M. RoseCamiiagna 

S.Tho. 1781 
Andr^ Damiau Bert. 1806 
Louis Wabur .. 1808 

Aug. Brousseau ti 1810 
Aug. Mercier Bert. 1812 
Jacq. Lemieux Bert. 1817 
Jaoq. Guilmet Bert, 1823 
Laurent Lemelin S.(i. 1815 

/Ang^Poit^ S.G. 1813 
IV. de P. Lacroix 
M. Anne Lemieux 

Bert. 1815 
Therese Blais Bert. 1769 
J. B. Mercier Bert. 1801 
Jean Boiuvot Bert. 1803 
Pierre (iuilmet Bert. 1805 
Nicolas Pouliot Bert. 1818 
Jean Pouliot S.G. 1815 



M. JoK. Bilodeau Bert.1779 
J. B. CarbonneauBert.1805 
2° Pre. Noel Quemeneur 

Bert. 1833 
Simon Carbonneau 

Bert 1808 
Ls. Gautier Bert 1814 
Pierre Pigeon S.V. 1821 



M. Josette 
M. Marthe 
Gregoire 
Jean Baptiste 
Andre 
Augustin 

14 Isidore (7) 
Luce 
AdelaYde 
Isidore 

15 Andre (7) M. Marthe La voieBert. 1804 
Andre 

16 Joseph (8) 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 190e 
CARBONNEAU-PROVENCAL. 



M. Ls. Daniau Bert. 1802 
J. B. Patry S.G. 1822 

J. B. Guay S.G. 1825 



Olivier 
17 Jean Marie (10) 



>L Vict Remillard 

S.V. 1804 

M. Ls. Queret S.V. 1795 



18 Dieudonn^ (10) 

19 Pierre (10) 
Elizabeth 

M. Louise 

Lemdme 

Made]^ine 

20 Charles (10) 

M. Anne 
Charles 
Pierre 
Dieudonne 
Le meme 

21 JeanBaptiste(ll) 

M. AdMe 
Edouard 

22 Joseph Marie(12) 
Lent^me 
Marie 

M. Marg^rite 
Ang^le 
Joseph 
Augustin 
Le meme 

M. Rose 
Dieudonne 

23 Pierre (12) 

24 Francois (12) 

25 JeanBaptiste(12) 

M. Louise 

ApoUine 

Catherine 

26 Simon (12) 

Soulange 

Michel 

Jacques 

27 Jacques (9) 
Le meme 

Le meme 

28 Andr^ (9) 
M. Anne 
Andre 

29 JeanBaptiste(13) 

Le meme 

30 Gregoire (13) 

31 Augustin (13) 

32 Andre (13 

33 Isidore (14) 

34 Andre 

35 Olivier (16) 

36 Charles (20) 

37 Pierre (20) 

38 Dieudonne (20) 

39 Augustin (22) 

Joseph 
Lememe 

41 Jacques 
Angele 

42 Edouard (21) 

43 Joseph (22) 
Lememe 
Lememe 

44 Dieudonne (22) 

45 Michel (26) 

46 Jacques (26) 



Mag. Monroeny S.M. 1797 
M. Eliz. Tangue B<atl792 
Chs. Cochon S.G. 1802 
Jos. Bilodeau Bert 181^ 
Ange Guenet S.Chs. 1806 
Edouard Des8aintS.G.l»dr> 
Marie Chamberland 

S.G. 1796 
GuilL Isabel S.G. 1822 



Marie Nadeau S.G. 1830 
Ang^Ie Carbomieau 

Bert. 1820 
Damase Cochon S. V. 18152 

M. Barbe Roy S.V. 1790 
Marg.Beaucher S.F.&1793 
Michel Picaid S.F.S. 1820 
Jos. Lessard Bert 1824 
J.B. Carbonneau Bertl826 



M. Ther^ Marooux 

Bert 1808 
Fabien Guilmet Bert 183i> 

Francoise Blais S.F.ai812 
M. Anne Pouliot S.G.1821 
M. Ls. Carbonneau 

Bert 1805 
Ls.Fortier Bert 1830 

F. X. Beaucher Bert 184.3 
Jos. Foumier S.F.S. 18d9 
M. Marg. Carbonneau 

Bert 1808 
Zacharie Nadeau Bert 1840 



Marg. Boulet S.H. 1807 
M Anne Arguin S.H.1815 
EUz. Plante S.J. 1820 

Genev. Guay S.H. 1791 
Paschal Biason S.G. 1823 

M. Reine Bilodeau 

S.V. 1820 
ITrsule Chretien Bert 1826 
^larie Bilodeau Bert 1822 
Marie Blaia Bert 1823 
Rosalie ChretieuBert 1828 
Franooise Lemelin 

S.M.1S27 
Th^le Meicier Bert 18:j0 
Soulange Dion Bert 1833 
Marg. Aubm S.G. 1816 
AgnSs Thibaut S.G. 1824 
Miurg. Pouliot S.G. 1827 
Constance Keroack 

aP.& 1827 

Reine Lessard Bert 1834 
Angele Proulx 
Samuel Minard Bert. 1841 
Maig. Audet aM. 1848 
Genev. LeBsard Bert 1824 
Elis. BUiB Bert. 18^ 

Th^j-^ Bilodeau 

Bert 1843 
M. Delphine Guilmet 

Bert 1837 
M. Zelcnde BoMuc 

aP. 1837 
M. Marthe Lessart 

Bert 1841 



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47 AnM 

48 JoKph 

19 Dieadonne 
Lem^me 



(28) Lmiis Nadeau S. Chs. 1815 
(39) Constance Paquet 



S. Chs. 1849 



Sophie Cot^ 

M. Anne Vien B. 1854 

CARON. 

Marie Crevet Q. 1637 



Jeanne AUard 
(1)M«^. CloutierS. Anne 1674 



1 Robert 

Robert 

Pierre 
2. Michel 

Vital 

3 Robert 
Ignace^ 
Angostin 
Claude 

4 Pierre 
Francois- 

5 Joseph 
Louis 

6 Vital 
Vital 

7 Ignaoe 
Marthe 
Jean Baptiste 

8 Augnstin (3) M. Mad. Gaulin S.F. 1712 
Ignaoe 
Augustin 

9 Claude 



(1) Marie Bemier 
Eliz. Bemier 

(2) Marg. Gagnon 

(3) Marie Gaulin 
Jos. Fortier 



2. 1768 



S.R. 1686 

S.F. 1707 
Islet 1749 



(3) M. Marthe Gaulin 

S.F. 1716 
(4)Genev. Domingo 

Cap. S. Ign. 1710 

Marie Leraieux 

Cap. S. Ign. 1727 

Mad. Pepin 

Agnes Paulin 

(6) Charlotte JolietteS.L. 1735 
Fse Sausier 

lo Jean Baptiste (7) Mad. Boissel B. 1745 

16 Augustin (8) Th6r^ Guion S.T. 1738 

17 Ignaoe 

18 Francois 
Lei 



10 Franfois 

Frmn9oi8 

11 Louis 

Oiarles 

12 Claude 
Ignaoe 

A Jean 
Jean 

13 Vital 

14 Joseph 
Jos^ 



(8) M. Eliz. Roy-Audy 

S. Anne 1750 



(10) Eliz. Cloutier Islet 1740 
M. Anne Coriveau 

S.V. 1753 

19 Bonaventure M. Claire Langelier 

Islet 1757 

20 C^lSea (11) M. Eliz. Picard Bert. 1762 

21 Ignaoe (17) M. Eliz. Emond S.Fr8.1776 

22 ^erre M. Mad. Fortin Islet 1783 
Jean 

23 Joseph (19) Vict. K^rvack 

Cap. S. Ign. 1785 
BonaTenture 

24 Ignaee (12) Josette Gigui^re 

B. Anne 1754 
Etienne 

25 Jean Josette Par6 S. Anne 1774 
Marie Jacq. Roy S.G. 1795 

26 Jean Baptiste Th^tiste Gauvin 
Jean Baptiste 

27 Jean (22) Marg. Goeselin S.Ch8. 1810 

28 Bonaventure (23) M. Rosalie Martinean 1828 

29 Etioma (24) Marie TaUlon a Anne 1809 
Pre. Ia Gonza- 

gne 
Fraii9ois XAvier 
90 Francois Marg. Lemieux 



CARON. 

Edouard 

31 JeanBaptiste (26) M. Onesime Gagne 

S.P.S. 1838 

32 Gr^goire Esther Vaillancour 

S. Bernard 
Le meme M. Perpetue Couture 

S. Chs. 1845 

33 Joseph (14) P61agie Simard S.Joa.1773 
Leroeme Mad. MartineauS.Frs. 1804 

34 Francois Xavier 

(29) Eliz. Pichet S.P. 1847 

35 Pre. Le. Gonza- 

gue (29) Marie TaiUeur S.P. 1848 

36 Edouard (30) Cedulie CouiUaid B. 1852 



CARRi. 



1 Pierre 
Josette 



Anne Thiery Acadie 
Pierre Carreau 



CARREAU. 



1 Joseph 
Genevieve 
Pierre 
Joseph 
Lememe 

2 Pierre 
Jeanne 
Pierre 

3 Joseph 

4 Pierre 
Marie 
Lememe 



Barbe Letarte 
Louis Giroux 



A.(; 



1696 
1719 



Marie Pouliot S.L. 1721 

(1) Jeanne Pouliot S.L. 1723 

Pierre Charier u 1746 

(1) Mad. Pouliot .. 1725 

(2) M. Josette Carr^ .. 1763 
Louis Coulombe .. 1785 
M.Louis DemeuleS J.1771 



CARRIER. 



1 Jean 
Charles 

2 Charles (1) 
Charies 

3 Charlee (2) 
V^ronique 
Joseph 
Charles 

4 Jean Baptiste Susanne Duquet 
Jean Baptiste 

5 Charlee (3) 
Genevieve (3) 
M. Louise 
Ignaoe 
Joseph 
Louis 
Antoine 

6 Joseph (3) 



Barbe Hall^ Q 1670 

Marie Gesaeron I^vis 1699 

V^ronique (^uay Levis 1727 
J. B. Paradis •• 1755 



M. Anne Pichet S.P. 1752 
Michel Rousseau S.H. 1791 
Jos. Bourassa n 17!^4 



Marguerito 

Grenevieve 

Fran9oise 

Francis 

Lememe 

Le m^me 

Crennain 

7 Jean Baptiste 
Jean Ignaee 

8 Pierre 
Le memo 

9 Jean Baptiste 
Jean Baptiste 

10 Jean Baptiste (4) 
Joseph 

11 Louis (5) 
l!2 Ignaoe (5 
13 Joseph (5) 



Veronique Drapeau 

Levis 176i> 
J. B. Ignaee Roy B. 1792 
Jean Iu>uleau n 1795 

Jos. Jolivet .. 1807 

Th^leCot^ .. 1797 

M. Ang6 Lefebvre i, 1810 



Cath. Begin 

Ang6 Amiot 
Ursule Agn^ Denis 

S.M. 1765 
M. Anne Poire 

M. Ang^Laoasse SM 1778 

M. Ang^ Boissel B. 1786 
Marg. Patry S.M. 1798 
M. Jos. Paris aV. 1799 



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14 Antoine 

15 Iffnace 
Francis 
Le meme 

16 FranfoiB 

17 Germain 



CARRIER. 

(5) M. Ther^ Fontaine 

S.H. 1805 
Genev. Huart 

Mane Belleau S.H. 1789 

(6) Genev. Paquet B. 1798 
(6) Hermine Pelchet 

S.Ch8. 1836 
Charlotte Begin 



18 Etienne 
Jean Baptiste 

19 Jean Ignaoe (7) Cecile Filteau B. 1795 
Jean Baptiste 

20 Jean Baptiste (9) Genev. Gendron S.H. 1805 
Le meme M. Ang^ Gautron B. 1839 

21 Joseph (10) M. Arcnange Nadeau 

S.H. 1808 

22 Fran9oi8 (15) Marg. Carrier Levis 1811 
Franoois 

23 JeanBaptiste(18) M. F». Guenet n 1810 
Jean Baptiste 

Christine McPhee 

Q 
Henrtette Moreau B. 1831 
Ther^ Crete 



24 Joseph 
Le ineme 

A Joseph 
Jean 
tloseph 

25 Jean Baptiste 
Francois 

26 Frederic 
Michel 

27 Jean 



Jean 



(24) 



Genev. Lemieiix Ijevis 1815 

Marg. Brulot 

A. Veronique Demers 

S. Marie 1821 

A. M. Chs. Labrecque 

S. Marie 1819 



28 Joseph 
Geoiges 

29 JeanBaptiste(19) Angele Nadeau B. 1823 

30 Francois (22) Angele Fortin S.Chs. 1845 

31 JeanBapti8te(23) Marie Blais •. 1843 

32 FrancoiH (25) M. Domitille Turgeon 

B. 1850 

33 Michel (26) M. Ls. Larrivf^ „ 1847 

34 Jean (27) M. Sara Turgeon » 1849 

35 Georges (28) Esther Bilodeau .. 1850 

CARRUfeRE-LEBRUN 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
CARRlfeRE-LBBRUN. 



1 Noel 

M. Anne 
Angel ique 
Marg^ierite 
Elizabeth 
M. Therese 
Joseph 
Etienne 
Noel 

2 Joseph 

Genevieve 

Pierre 

Jean 

3 Etienne 
Le meme 
Marguerite 
Loui8 

Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 

4 Noel 
Etienne 
Joseph 

5 Fran9oi!* 

Le meme 

6 Jean Baptiste 
Armand 



Anne Brochu S.J. 1696 
Michel Gautron S.V. 1716 
Joseph Gautron t. 1725 
Etn. Veau .. 1727 

Joseph Mercier h 1729 , 
Pierre Dodier .. 1730 ' 



(1) M. Genev. Alaire 

S.V. 1787 
(iuill. Guion 8.M. 1766 



(1) Agathe Alaire S.V. 1739 
Marg. Boldue S. Joa. 1742 
Louis Fontaine S.P.S.1773 



M. Ursule Roy S.V. 1743 



Mad. Dupuis 

S. Marie 
Gertrude Ileblois 

S.F. 1765 
M. Mad. Pellerin 



7 Pierre 
Angelique 
Pierre 

8 Jean 

Charlotte 

Btigitce 

Josette 

C41e«te 

Monique 

Jean 

9 Louis 



(2) 
(2) 



(3) 



Fran^oise 
Marie 
M. Anne 
Paschal 
Jean 
Etienne 
10 Jean Baptiste (3) 



• Joseph 

11 Joseph 
Mane 



(3) 
(4) 



An^lique 
Reme 

M. Genevieve 
Pieire 

Jean Baptiste 
12 Etienne (4) 



Le meme 

13 Armand 

14 Pierre 
Marguerite 
Archange 

15 Jean 
Brigitte 
Arcnange 



(6) 
(7) 



(8) 



(11) 



Mar^eritte 
Monique 
Etienne 
Jean Baptiste 
* Etienne 

16 Paschal 

17 Jean 
Luce 
Romain 
Joseph 
Charles 
Louis 
Le meme 
Soulange 

18 Piemj 
Marguerite 
Michel 

19 JeanBaptiste(ll) 
Marcellme 
Marie Louise 

M. Charlotte 

20 Etienne 
Angele 
Hermine 

Laurent 

21 ChaHes 
Joseph 

22 Jean Bapti8te(15) 

23 Etienne (15) 

24 Joseph (17 

25 Charles (17 

26 Romain (17) 



Reine Roy #.V. 1772 
Pierre Chartier S.6. 18(M 

Brigitte Couture 

S.Ch8. 1771 
Joseph Audet aG. 1789 
J. B. Audet ,t 1793 

Pierre Roberge .. 1793 
Louis Roberge » 1796 
Josei>h Goulet m 1804 

M. Anne Mercier 

S.M. 1771 
Michel Lacroix » 1824 
Jacques Nicole » 1825 
>Iichel Gagne S.H. 18U* 



Catherine Sampson, Levii^ 
1781 
Dorothee Lemelin 

aP.S. 1765 
M. Chs. Denis S-Chs. 1769 
Nicolas MorriMt 

aCh8.1794 
Joe. Foumier n 1801 
Thomas Roy .. 1807 
Pierre Roy « 1812 



M. Joseph Aube 

aV. 1774 
M. Reine Par^ S.F.S. 177H 
Maig. Gourdeau S.P. 1770 
Marg. Lasante S.G. 1801 
Jean Thibaut .. 192*) 
Andre Lacroix •. 1820 
Marg. Goulet S.G. 1800 
Pierre Pouliot aG. 1821 
Isidore Letourneau 

aG. 1822 
Michel Talbot u 182H 
Etienne Remillard m 182<; 



M. Bonne Blais aH. 18<>i) 
Marg. Lessart S. M. 1812 
M. Marg. Denis aM. 1815 
Marc Asselin .. 184(» 



AngeChabot a M. 1827 
Aug. Mercier n 1863 
Maig. Tangue aChs. \m 
J. B. Turgeon .. 1827 

M. C^le Boutin a V.1807 
Louis Gautron S.Chs. 1836 
Anaelme Prosper Tangue 

a Ch8ri84l 
Charles Boutin .. 1861 
Felicite Samson 
Thomas Roy S. Chs. 1833 
Joe. Alexis Boulet 

a Chs. 1836 
Soulange BiloyerS-G. 1826 
M. Genev. Dessatnt 

Genev. Fauchon aG. 1823 
Th^i^s© Nadeau aG. IS*' 
Marie Couture S. Chs. 1841 
Natalie S^necal S.Cbs. 1844 
Sophie Chabot S.M. 1848 



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27 Loais (17) Ck>n8tance Couture 

S. Chs. 1855 
(18) Ange Pouliot S.ChB. 1829 

M. Anne Pigeon S.M. 1845 
Soulange Belanger 

S.6. 1826 

Laurent Justinien Gagnon 

S. Chs. 1862 

Pierre Dalaire S. Chs. 1856 



28Micbel 
Nardsse 
Lememe 

29 Laurent (20) 

Soulange 

\L Elise 
LaurtAt Eugene 
Octave 

30 Joseph (31) 

31 NarciHse (28) 
38 L. Eugene (29) 

Lememe 



33 0ctaTe 

34 Amable 
Lucie 
Virginie 



Henri 
Robert 

Lememe 



1 Charles 
Marie 



Ang^le Lemelin S.V. 1827 
Ang^leiLacroixS.Che. 1862 
Marie Bisson S. Chs. 1848 
M. Angele Floride, 
AsseUn 8.M. 1856 

(29) Ang^leMaroouxS.Ch8.1852 
a Vital 
Lucie Dubuc 

Fran9oi8 6uay S. Chs. 1859 
Laurent Gosselin .i 1862 

CARSONNE. 

Eiiz. Jean 

(1) Genev. Gobeil S.P. 1821 
Dorothy Martineau 

S.F. 1848 I 

CARUEL. I 



CATELLIER. 



Marie Louiee 



Marie Dubuc 

Jean Bouffart S.Q. 1709 
2* Pierre Gosselin .. in7 
J. B. Ducas u 1716 



CATELLIER, 



1 Pancraoe 
Prisque 
Jacques 
Pierre 
Joseph 

2 Prisque 

3 Jacques 
M. Josette 
Ang^e 
Paul 
Jacques 
Pierre 

4 Pierre 
Lememe 
Joseph 
Pierre 

5 Joseph 
)L Anne 
Priscjue 
Louis 
Josepli 
Pierre 

6 Jacques 

Marie 

M. Angele 

Constance 

Julie 

Lucie 

Michel 

Paulin 

7 Pierre 

Ang^lique 

3(Isirguente 

Maodeine 



M.Mad.B^nger S.V.1749 



(1) M. Judith MivilleS.V.1780 

(1) Marie Goupy ., 1788 

Pierre Baudouin S.M. 1813 

Ant. L^toumeau .• 1813 



M.Mad VrigneauS.V.1788 
Basilisse Bernard .. 1794 



(1) M. Anne Roy „ 1796 
Pierre Bissonnet i. 1819 



(3) Louise Baudouin 

S.F.S. 1808 
Laurent Noel S.M. 1839 
Joseph Bissonnet t* 1810 
Andr^CAt^ ,. 1844 

Jean CTOurgue m 1845 

J. B.Roy M 1848 



(3) M. Jos. Baudouin 

S.F,S. 1811 
Louis Gagnon S.M. 1840 
MagLBaiJlargeon .. 1842 
Paul Goupy S.Chs. \M7 i 



Pierre • 
Antoine 
Lememe 

Caroline 

8 Paul 

9 Joseph 

10 Pierre 

11 Prisque 
Lememe 



(3) 

<^ 
(4* 

(6) 



Adolphe 
12 Joseph (6) 

Catherine 
Caroline 
M. Philom^ne 



Theodore 
Napoleon 

13 Louis 

Marie Sara 

Rose 

14 Pierre 
Pierre 

15 Paulin 

PhilomSne 
Le meme . 

16 Michel 

17 Pierre 

18 Antoine 

19 Adolphe 

20 Napoleon 

21 Theodore 

22 Pierre 



M. Ls. Quemeneur 

S.F.S. 1825 
David Goupy S.M. 1846 
M. Vict. Bolduc S. V. 1828 
CharlotteGodboutS. L. 1823 
Marie Belanger S.G. 1826 
Mare. Masseau S.V. 1824 
M. Cath. Roy B. 1846 
V. d'Ant. Roy 

MarieQuemeneur S V.1824 
Ant. Hubert Roy .. 1857 
Fr^^ric Roy „ 1860 

Jos. Leger Corriveau 

S.V. 1863 



(5) M. Ang61e Belanger 

§ V. 1825 
Jean Fran9oiti Lamare 

S.V. 1844 
Thomas Brochu .,1853 

(6) Marg. Leraieux n 1835 

(6) Marg. Chamberlan 

S.M. 1835 
Florent Gagnon „ 1858 
Constance Pouliot •• 1843 

(6) 11 Chamberlan 

S.M. 1839 

(7) ClotiMe Tangue .. 1838 
(7) AdelaYde Dion ., 1846 

(11) Luce Roy S V. 1868 

(12) M. Delima Mercier 

• S.V. 1861 

(12) M. Malvina Corriveau 

S.V. 1862 
(14) M. Pom^la Corriveau 

S.V. 1866 



CASAULT. 



1 Jean 

Jean 

Jean 

Jean 
8 Jean Baptiste 

Rose Angele 

M. Genevieve 

Jean Baptiste 

Fran9ois 
4 Pierre 



Marie Dubosque 

(1) M. Mad. Voyer S.V. 1721 

Rosalie Michon S.Tho.l767 
J. B. Talbot ,. 1789 

Charles Faucher ., 1795 



Marie Dion 

Clement 

5 Jean (2) Fse Ruel S.L. 1765 
Le meme Genev. Chabot •, 1793 

6 Jean Baptiste (3) Mad. Mathieu S.V 1804 

Susanne Bemier S. The. 
A Fran9oi8 (3) 1803 

M. Ange Morin S.P.S. 

7 Clement (4) 1806 

Pre Fereol Gagne 
Olive S.F.S. 1836 

Marie Blais S.P.S. 
Ljuis 1807 ou 1808 

CHABOT. 

1 Mathurin Marie Mesange Q. 1661 

Marie Charies Pouliot S. L. 1689 

M. Louise Antoine. Pouliot .. 1696 

M. Louise Nioolas Audet .• 1697 

Margruerite Andr^ Pouliot i. 1699 

Antoine Cure de Ste. Anne 



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CHABOT. 



Michel 
Joseph 
Jean 
Francois 

2 Michel (1) 
M. Th^r^«e 
Michel 
Lemerae 
Francois 
Joseph 

3 Joseph 
Joseph 
Pierre 

4 Jean 

M. Louise 
Anne 
Jeanne 
Antoine 
Jean 

Jean Baptiste 
6 Frau9ois (1) 

6 Michel (2) 

7 Fran9ois (2) 
M. Josette 
Augiistin 

8 Joseph (2) 
M. Keine 

M. Veronique 
M. Victoire 
M. Josette 
Joseph 

9 Joseph 13) 
Isabelle 

Louis 

10 Pierre (3) 

11 Jean (4) 
Marie 

Pierre 

Le meme 

M Genevieve 

Marie Louise 

M. Fran9oise 

Jo8e|>h 

12 Antoine (4) 
Madeleine 
Marie Anne 
Cecile 
Genevieve 
Antoine 
Fran9oi8 
Pierre 

13 Jean Bapti»to (4) 
Madeleine 

M. Genevieve 
Francois 
Jean Baptiste 
Gabriel 

14 Michel 
Jean Baptiste 

15 Michel 
Marguerite 



Th^rese Legardeur 

Frs. Larcheveque 1706 

AngePlante C.R. 1690 
Francoise Pouliot 



El^onore Enaut 8. P. 1692 
Charles Delengre S.L.1727 
Julien Gendreau 8. L. 1728 
Ant Frs, Dorioge ., 1741 



Marg. Niji^l 8. L. 1698 
Mad. Charron Lorette 

1703 
Ursule Ferlant 8. P. 1730 
Augustin Cote m 1764 

Ursule Crepeau 8. P. 1734 
Chs. Labrecque .. 1769 
Frs. Julien .. 1769 

Amb. Cartin i. 1776 

Pierr6 Nolin ,. 1780 

Mad. Coulorobe S. L. 1733 
Ant. Baillargeon •• 1763 

Cecile Jeanne 8. L. 1741 
Marie Dufresne 8. L. 1718 
Francis Pouliot m 1735 

Gin^v. Bouflfart 8. L. 1737 
Ant Couture ., 1767 
Francois Pouliot S.L. 1775 
Charles Pouliot .• 1777 

Mad. Leclaire 8. L. 1741 
Eustache Roy .i 1763 
Basile Dion .i 1767 

(Gabriel Paradis u 1781 
Jean Cawau .» 1793 



Mad. Frontigny 8.L. 1746 
Charles Giguere S.Chs 1769 
Jos. Paquet 8. M. 1773 



Dorothe Cocbon 

8. J(ia. 1730 j 

M. Anne Gendron i 

8. F. S. 1740 ' 

Mathurin Gagnon | 

8. F. 8. 1768 



6-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
CHABOT. 



16 Aug^tin 
Francois 

17 Joseph 

18 Louis 

19 Pierre 
Ther^ 
Theotiste 
Natalie 
Marguerite 
Agathe 



(7) M. Marg. Noel 8. P. 1764 



(8) Catb. Paquet 
- -• • Bailh 



8. P. 1764 
(9) Marie Baillargeon 8. L. 1703 
(11) Th^rese Leclaire 8.L. 1762 
Victor Hebert 8. Chs. 1773 
Jacques Boutin f» 1778 
Pierre Dalaire .. 1778 
Jacques Buteau t« 1783 
Laurent Poire J .i 1790 



Jean 
Pierre 
Basile 
Loub 

20 Joseph (11) 
Marie 

M. Catherine 
Veronique 
Joseph 
Le meme 

21 Antoine (12) 

22 Pierre 
Ursule 

M. AngAique 

M. Victoire 

M.Barbe 

Le meme 

F^licite 

Anastasie 

Lucie 

Pierre 

Andre 

23 Francois (12) 
Ang^iique 
C^ile 
Fran9oise 
Catherine 
Justine 

Pierre 

Franj^is 

Alexis 

Ambroise 

Gabriel 

Julien 

Laurent 

24 Jean- Baptiste 
Marie 

Marguerite 
EupErosine 
Em^lie 

Jean-Baptiste 
26 JeanBaptiste(lS) 

Genevieve 
Genevieve 
Marie 

Jean-Baptiste 
Le meme 
Louis 
Franooi» 
Josepm 

26 Gabriel (13) 

27 Fran9oiH (13) 



M. Ther^ Gosseliu 

8. L. 1773 
Louis Rouleau •< 1798 
Ant Gosselin ». 1801 
Francois Gosselin •« 1804 

M. Ang^ Paqoet 8. J. 1782 
M. JoMtte Ruel S.P. 1770 
M. Ursule TanmeSV 1770 
Joseph Leclaire ti 1795 
Ant B^ccin .. 1804 

Pierre B^n n 1804 

Andre Blais .. 1811 

M. Ls.I>orval .. 1797 
AmableBaudet .. 1818 
Michel Roy .. 1821 

Hubert Roy .. 1846 



M. Fse Pepin a J. 1784 
Jean Ruel 8.L. 1810 

Etn. Pelchat S. Chs. 1812 
Laurent Genest it 1814 
Etn. Aube .. 1827 

B^noni Marooux i* 1831 



M. Luce Fortin 
Pierre Labrecque 

8. Chs. 1805 
Paul Audet .. 1813 

Michel Cantin B. 1809 
FrsNadeau . .. 1818 

Genev. Lafontaine 

Levis 1766 
Etn. Nadeau S. Chs. 1791 
Jos. Fontaine S.H.1800 
Michel Rousseau 

8. Chs. 1793 

Marie Lacasse 8.Chs. 1782 



Francois 

28 Jean-Baptiste 

(U) 

Michel 

29 Francois (16) 
M, Madeleine 
Francois 

30 Jean (19) 

&L Josette 

.Tean-Baptiste 

Louis 

Joseph 

Pierre 

Landry 

Antoine 

I-ie meme 



Marie Lucas 8. Chs. 1768 
M. Brigitte Fortier 

aM. 1783 



M. Th^rese Dupont 

S.F.8. 1762 

M. Mad. Turcot S.P. 1803 
Louis Pichet .. 1823 

M. Marg. Tjaoasse 

S. Chs. 1781 
Amb. Vien S. Chs. 1815 



M.Anne Ooohon 

a Chs. 1789 



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>nizabetb 
Marie Anne 
ADgelique 
30 Pim« (19) 

&L Charlotte 
Haq^uerite 
Mane 
Laoe 
Jean 
FnncoU 
SBftule 



JftcqueB Boutin i. 1812 
Charles Charrier .. ^863 
Jean Lebrun S.M. 1827 
Marg. Lamothe 

S. Chs. 1785 
Joseph Foumier m 1811 
Francois Nolin .. 1811 
Joseph Genest » 1818 
F. X. (ienest » 1823 



M. JoMtte 

^larguerite 

»Iane 

Angehf^ue 

GeoeTieve 

Pime 

CharW 
33 Loais 
54 Joseph 

Fran^oiii 

Joseph 

Pierre 

Bernard 
35 Pierre 
aSGabnel 

M. Anne 
37 Piwre 
*< Pran9oL» 

Cewarie Margne- 
riU- 
39 Laurent 
♦0 Ambroise 
Ambroise 
Henri 
41 Jolien 

43 Alexis 
Marie 
Caroline 

13 JwiBaptistf* 

(24) 
jfane Louise 
Jean Baptiste 
Pi«re 

44 Jean-BapCiste 

(25) 



&L Margqerite 
45Loai» (25) 

♦i Francois (25) 



FranfoiB 
Jean 
€" Joiseph 



M. Jos. Provost 

S. Chs. 1787 
JiB. LecUire S. Chs. 1811 
Etn. Couture .. 1814 
J. B. Foumier » 1816 
Jos. Lacasse n 1817 

Louis Couture 

S.Ch8. 1822 



(19) 
(20) 



(22) 
(23) 

(23) 
(23) 



(23) 
(23) 



(13) 
(23) 



Maiv. Naud S. Chs. 171K) 
Victoire Audet S.L. 1804 
David Bouffart i. 1852 



M. Thibe ljU>y S.V. 1850 
Marie Lfouieux L^vis 1815 
Michel Roy .. 1836 

Marg. Enouf B. 1821 

Agathe Foumier B. 1821 
S. Isidore 

Hermen^lde Vien B.1858 
Louise Sfonson, L^vis 1827 
Archange Moreau 8. L. 1829 



Susanne Carrier Levis 1830 
Marg.Leroelin S.Chs. 1834 
Edouard Huart •• 1854 
Cyp. Bemier » 1859 



M. JoH. (iuay 
Frs Remidton 



B. 1821 
M 1843 



(26) 



M. Joaette 
MarGcIline 

EOM^ 

Ucarieite 
CTaroline 
Francois 
JosepT^ 
Joseph 
« Andre 

Marie Zoe 

Generiere 
M. Josephine 
Eliabeib 



(22) 



Therese Couture 

S. Chs. 1805 
S. Cnairr 

Marg. Trahan S.L. 1812 
Denw Xaud S. Chs. 1840 
Marie Penin S. Chs. 1804 
Charlotte Lacasse 

S. Chs. 1805 



M, Jos. (Jontier 

S. Chs. 1812 

Amable Cot^ .. 1832 

Marcel Lenlaire .. 1839 

Pierre Bemier m 1843 

Andr^ Brochu n 1855 

Philippe Foumier.t 1856 



Eliz. Herant Dominique 

S. Tha 1811 
Loc Biochu S.V. 1834 
Vihn^re Brochu .. 1844 
JeAn Fortin .. 1845 

F. X. Marteau .. 1851 



Celina 

Samuel 

Louis 

Andre 

Pierre 

49 Francois 

50 Michel 

51 Francois 
Marie 

52 Pierre 



CHABOT. 

Simon Fortin S. V. 1857 



(27 
(28 
(29) 



(30) 



M. Madeleine 
Pierre 
Le meme 
53 Jean Bapt. (30) 

Esther 



Anastasie 
Sophie 
54 Louis 



(30) 



Marie Turgeon S.Chs. 1809 
M.AnneDodierS.F.S.17t>8 
G^enev. (>)uture S.P. 1829 
H^liodore Uhic Plante 

S.P. 1867 
Genev. GosselinS. Chs. 1810 

S.Lazare 
Tha Samson S.Ch8. 1845 

Esther Genest S.G 1830 
Marg. Marcoux S.Chs. 1813 

S.H. 
J. B. Theotime CJouture 

S.Ch8. 1842 
Pierre Audet S.Chs. 1843 
Romain Lebrun S.M. 1848 
M. Anne Richard 

aChs. 1813 
Jacques Foumier B. 1840 



Angele Bilodeau S.G. 1814 
Chs. Foumier S.Chs. \m.) 
Pre. Xarcisse Turgeon 

S.(3h8. 1839 
Louis Audet S.Ch8. 1840 
Hubert Ck)uture .i 1853 
M^nalie Nolin S.Chs. 1819 
Barlie Labrecque n 1827 

S.Claire 
M. Ls. Brochu S. Chs. 1819 
Ant Pacquet .. 1843 

Jos. Godfroi Boutin.. 1850 
Antoine Plante .« 185(> 
Damaw' Paquet « 1858 



M. Ai)ol. Brochu S.V. 1820 

S. Claire 
Angele Ruel S.Chs. 1826 
Marg. 0)uture S.Chs. 1820 
Olivier Morin .. ia")2 

Emerence CJouture 

S.Chs. 1827 



M. Hermine 

Romain 

Louis 

Marcel 

Delphine 

Remi 

55 Joseph (30) 
Suz. Marcelline 
Scolastiquo 

Sophie 
M. Angele 

56 Landry (30) 

57 Antoine (30) 

58 Jean (31) 
Marie Louise 
Zoe 

Eudoxie 

Emelie 

Charle*« 

Luc 

Laurent 

59 Francois (31) 

Le menie 

60 Pierre (32) 
Elizabeth 
Basile 

61 I^uis (32) 



Joseph 

62 Charles (32) Marie Paquet S.Chs. 1827 
Ferdinand 

63 Pierre (34) 



64 Joseph (34) 
M. Athanlise 
Marie Luce 
Joseph 

65 Bernard (34) 
M. Eugenie 
Natalie 

66 Ambroise (40) 

67 Hoaore (40) 

68 Antoine 
Ad^le 

69 Antoine 
Le meme 

70 Jean Bapt. (43) 

71 Pierre (43) 



Marg. Petitgrew 

Iple Verte 
M. Le. Denis S.L. 1840 
Zeph. Denis .. 1860 

Malcolm Blackbum.. 1876 

Natalie Labrecque SL 1842 
Cyrill Audet S.L. 18(k> 
Francois Denis .. 1869 
Scolastique Leclaire 

S.Chs. 1852 
Leonie Poulet S.Chs. 1861 
Josette Homel 
Alexandre Lefebvre 

S.Chft. 1854 
Caroline Boutin 
Marie Gaumon S.Chs. 1864 
Marcelline Nadeau B. 1W7 
Angele Roy B. 1855 



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72 Francois (46) An^^ Couture S.Chs. 1830 

73 Jean (46) Fse. Bacquet S.Chs. 1843 

S.Claire 

74 Joseph (47) M. Celeste BUis 

S.F.S. 1844 
Joseph (47) Marff. MarcouxS.Ohs. 1866 

Francois (47) Bmile Paquet S.Ch8. 1861 
Samuel (48) M. Ade Roy S. V. 1867 

Pierre (48) M. C^sarie Blais S. V. 1^57 

Louis (48) Osite Boutin S.V. 1858 

Andre Xarc. (48) Soulange Fortin S.V. 1846 
Pierre (62) AdeTrudel S-Chs. 1846 

Maroel (54) Luce Bemier S.Ch8. 1840 

Louis (54) M. Anne Leroux 

S.Chs. 1841 
Delphin (54) ^larg. TerrienS.Chs. 1850 

Remain (54) Anastasie Nadeau B. 1857 

Remi (54) Sophie Dalaire S.Chs. 1860 

Charles (58) Louise Alice Foumier 

S.Chs. 1857 
Luc (58) Rosalie Foumier 

S.Ch8. 1857 
Laurent (58) H^l^ne Marcoux 

S.Ch8, 1858 
Basile (60) Sara Audet S.Chs. 1864 

Joseph (61) Leocadie Gosselin 

S.Ch8. 1855 

92 Ferdinand (62) C^ulie 0)uture 

S.Chs. 1863 

93 Jw.Herme- (64) S^raphine Cedulie Pepin^ 

negilde S.L. 1872 

CHAMBERLAX. 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
CHAMBERLAN. 



75 
76 
77 

78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 

84 
85 

86 
87 

88 

89 

90 
91 



(1) 



1 Simon 
Catherine 
Marie 
Simon 
(Jabriel 
I^^nace 

2 Simon 
Angelique 

3 Gabriel 
Marie 

Jean Baptiste 
Etienne 

4 Ignace (1) 
M, Madeleine 

M. Catherine 

(ienevieve 

Jean 

Pierre 

Ignace 

Nicolei 

5 Jeau Baptiste (3) 

Jean Baptiste 



Marie Boileau S.F. 1669 
Michel Chart ier S. Frs. 1688 
Frs. Quemeneur .. 1700 



Elir. Rondeau S.F. 1692 
Airn^ Lecompte Q. 1716 
Cath. Dalaire S.Frs. 1694 
Pierre Mercier S.F. 1717 



M. Mad. Rondeau S. J.1699 
Jean Frs. Leuiuine 

S.M. 1736 
J. B.Monmeny S.M. 1749 
Jean Bissonnet B. 1720 



M. Marg. Lumina, 
V.deJos. Peltier S.F. 1723 



(4) 



(4) 



M. Jos. Terrien S.J. 
Marg. Lefebvre S.V. 
Jean Frs. PiloteS.M. 



Fse. Mateaii S.M. 
M. Mad. Alaire S.V. 
Pierre Maupas S.M. 



1741 
1729 
1754 



1757 
1734 
1764 



I 



6 Etienne (3) Mad. Laignon S.F. 1781 

7 Pierre (4) M.Jos. Filteau S.V. 1727 
M. Joi*ette Aug. Thibaut B. 1748 

8 Ignaoe (4) Marie Gautron S.V. 1727 
H^lene Jos. Balan S.M. 1748 
Michel 
Le nienie 

9 Jean 
Marie Anne 
Joseph 
.Joseph 
Le meme 

10 Nicolas 
M. JoHet'">e 
Jo«w]>h Marie 
Pierre Mare 

11 Michel (5) Fran9oi8e(:;arant S.M. 1750 | 



12 Jean Baptiste (6) Ursule Lemieux 

Cap.&Ign. I7o3 
Joseph Marie 

13 Joseph 

14 Joseph 
ManeTher^ 
Augustin 
Charles 
Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 

15 JosephMarie(lO) M AnneFradetS.M. 17a> 



(9) M.Ang^ Lepage aM. 1753 

(9) Genev. Monn S.P.S. K^** 

Gabriel Blancbet S.P.S. 178*; 



Catherine 



Job. Marie Bouchard 

S.M. 11^ 



Marie Anne 


Simon BacquH .. ^m 


Marie 


J. B. Balan .. 17^^ 


Marie 


r Cha. Carbonneau 




S.0. 17!*^ 


La..rent 




Joseph 




Antoine 




LemSme 


Ursule Roy 831.1610 


16 Pierre Marie (19) M. Anne 6oupy .. lin 


Marie 


Pierre Ouimet B. \b\:> 


Joseph Marie 




Jean 




Louis 




A JosepbMarie(12) M. RoseGaudin 




S.P.S. \?.*^ 


17 Charles (14) Ther^se Senechal 




S.P.S. 17^i7 


M. Chariotte 


Ant. Bouffart .. 1817 


Therese 


J. B. Lecomte .. 1&»»> 


M. Franvoise 


Jos. Janvier Blais 




S.P.S. 1824 


Rose 


Ignaoe ChaHier •• 18iv. 


Ad^hiide 


Pierre Bernard .. 182!» 



Charles 

18 Jean Bapt ^ 

>L Therese 
Blarguerite 

19 Augustin 
Marie Anne 
Alexandre 
Joset>h 
Felix 
Jean 

20 Joseph 

21 Joseph 
Mane Anne 
H^l^ne 
Joseph 

22 Antome 

Marguerite 

Marguerite 

Constance 

Adelaide 

Antoine 

23 Laurent 

Luce 

Apolline 

M. Elizabeth 

Antoine 

Jean 

Le nieme 

Le meme 



(14)M. Julienne Sen^hal 

S.P.S. 17^2 
Benoit Pellerin " It^l!* 
ViUl Gagne .. 18?7 

(14) Marg. Awelin S.V. 17Ks 
Roch Nadeau S. Che. 1815 



(14) Marie Fortier S.P.S, 1SU^ 

(15) Hel^ne Forgues aM. 1791 
Gervais Audet aO. 1811 
Chas. Morisset S.M. 181H 

M. Theotiste Bouchard 

S-M. l?t^ 



Simon Corriveau 
T Paulin Catellier . 
Michel Catellier • 
Proper Roy 



1^ 
1843 



(16) Apolline Gosselin 

aM. l^'^ 
Ant. Brochu aM. \m 
Olivier Morin .. 1H44 
Michel Brochu .. 1^4 



M. Agathe Vieo B. 1822 
Reine Bilodeau aM.1845 
24 Joseph Marie(16) Joeette Forgues .. 1H05 
Josette J. B. Asselin » 1831 

Julie Jean Bourget " 1831 

\delaide Majorique Rousseau 

aM. l«^4a 
Hubert 
Joseph 
Greorge 



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CHAMBERLAN. 



25 Jean 

Mtfie 

Mamierite 

VitJ 

Jeui 
36 Louis 
27Cbari« 
SJoMph 



a<^ Mmv. GaotroD aM.1808 
F^r&lDorval .. 1831 

MichelJftluui .. 1820 



S9 Jean 
aOFdiz 
SI AkzMidre 
38 Joseph 

SSCbariM 



(19! 
(19) 
(19l 

(; 



(16) M. Anne PUnte S.V. 1812 

(17) Julie Gagn^ S.P.a 1830 
Archange Penin 

S.Ch8.1822 

GeneT. Nadeao aG. 1827 

Louise Gouture aCh8.188l 

, . FrancoisBaoQuetS.M.18S6 

(21) M. Marthe Nadeau 

aM. 1818 
Geney. Gsgnon 
Frmnoois Xavier a Roch de Q. 

34 Antmne (22) Anff^e Mercier S.M.1828 



Marie Cetina 

Eaphroeine 

NarciBBe 

Eli^ar 
35 Antoine 
3S Jeao 

37 Joseph 

38 Geor^ 

39 Hubert 

40 Vital 

41 Jean 
Adelaide 
Jean 

42 Francois ]{a- 

▼ier 
43NarciBee 

44 Eli^ar 

45 Jean 



J. B. Toussaint 
F. X. Roy 



1864 
1861 



(23] 
(23) 

(24) 
;24) 

i 



Archange Bolduc aM.1839 
Henriette Langlois 

aV. 1848 
31. Joe. Gautron aM.1882 
M.Hennine Boudiard S.M 
Anastasie Dion aM.1889 
Grenev. Forgues » 1838 
Create LabM aG. 1829 
Fran9ois Tangu^ S.M.1854 






1 Pierre 
Marie Claire 
Marie Claiie 
Marie Claire 
M. Ang61ique 



M. Rose Lemieux aM.1845 
Victoire Gosselin .. 1854 
Henriette Faucher .. 1861 
Anthe MoUeur S.L. 1861 
OHANTAL. 

Ang^ Martin a P. 1696 
Frs. Barbin .. 1778 

rJos.Godbout .. 1748 
r Chs. Roberge .. 1762 
Pierre Charlan .. ir33 



CHARLAN-FRANOCEUR. 



1 CHaude 

Noel 

Denis 

Lememe 

Marie Anne 

Anne 

MidieUe 

Generi^ye 

Marie 

Blarie 

Jean 

Joseph 

Gabnel 

Gabriel 

2 Denis 

Qiabeth 

Pierre 

Lememe 

3 Noel 
Marie 

BdarieRen^ 
Joseph 

4 Jeao 

5 Joseph 
6Gabri«a 
7 Gabriel 

Marguerite 
Joseph Marie 
Jean Baptiste 

18—17 



Jaoqueline Desbordes 

Q. 1662 



Jeanne Peltier 
Jaoq. Gendron 
Rene Beaucher 
Pierre Paris 
Louis Bluteau 
Pierre Paquet 
¥ Jean Filiau 



a 



0.1661 
F. 1681 
1688 
M 1691 
,. 1702 
.. 1694 
Q.1711 



(1) M. Anne Letoumeau 

S F 1681 
Ls. Aug. Gagn^ S.fho.1707 

Marie Gautier aF. 1688 

(I) Marie Turcot .. 1682 

Jean Paquet S.J. 1708 

Pierre Rouillard Q. 1719 



(1) Anne Par^ 



aF. 1691 



(1) M. An^ Arbour^ Q. 1710 



£liz. Testu 
Marg. Drouin 
Ignace Ratt^ 



1708 
1716 

1747 



CHARLAN-FRANOCEUR. 



M. Jeanne Guilmet 
Pierre Cot^ S.F. 1734 

Joseph Turcot .. 1740 
Pierre Audet » 1760 

Jacques H^e .. 1758 
2" Frs. Godbout „ 1788 



8 Pierre 
Marie Josette 
F^idt^ 
Ang^ique 
Marie TbMee 
Marie Th^r^ 
Pierre 

9 Joseph (5) M. Anne Gagnon aR1707 

10 Francois 

Marie Th^e J. B. Paquet S.J. 1760 
Pierre 

11 Joseph Marie (7) V^ronique Ratt^S.P, 1746 
Le mSme Mar^. Thivierge S.F. 1760 
Julienne Louis Pichet S.P. 1801 
Marguerite J. B. Chatignv .. 1802 
Marguerite T Pierre LeteUier aP.1816 

12 Jean Baptiste (7) F^lioit^ Guion S.F.1766 
Le mdme M.Th^e Marseau » 1810 

.18 Pierre (8) M. Ang6. Chantal aP.178S 

14 Pierre (10) M. Anne Defoy aF. 1761 

Marie Anne Jean Vermet S.J. 1783 

Pierre 
16 Pierre (14) Cath. Gendreau S.L. 1772 

Marie ClaudeVaillanoour S. J. 1804 

Jean 
16 Jean (16) Maig. Boissonneau .. 1816 

Marguerite Finnin Tangu^ i. 1841 

CHARRIER. 



2 Etienne 
Pierre 

3 Pierre (2) 
Marie Jeanne 



Pierre 
Lememe 

Claire 
Judith 
C^le 
Mar^nierite 
Mane 
Laurent 
' Charles 

4 Pierre 
Cathoine 
Lememe 
V^ronique 
Marie 
Marie Anne 

5 Laurent 
Marguerite 
Ma^leine 

6 Charles 
Charles 
Lemdme 



Marthe Bourassa 

Jeanne Carreau aL. 1746 
Michel Delanteigne 

aCh^. 1766 

M. Jeanne Poliquin 

aChs. 1768 

Pierre Fortin •• 1786 

Francois Leblanc i. 1792 

Alexis Lan^oii u 1792 

Ignace Roy „ 1799* 

Joseph Morin .. 1803 



(3) Cath. Gosselin aChs. 1772 
1790 
1775 
1794 
1797 
1808 
1796 



(8) 



(3) 



F^licit^ 
Pierre 
Fran9oifi 
B^noni 

8 Charles (6) 

9 Pierre (6) 
Marie Angelique 
Reetitut 

Vital 

10 B^noni (6) 

11 Francois (6) 

12 Vital (9) 



Iffnace Leoours 
v^roniaue Fortier 
Joseph Couture 
Jaoques Boutillet 
J. B. Delanteigne 
Cath. Lefebvre .. ...^ 
Louis Baillarig^n aH.1816 

M. Rose Begin S.H.1789 

M. Genev. Dessaint 

^ , aTho. 1797 

Joachim Plarite S.Chs. 1836 



M.Anne Chabot S.Chs. 1813 
M. Ang^ Leclaire » 1822 
Nasaire Brochu i. 1860 
Laurent Nadeau ., 1753 



M. Olive Ledaire .. 
M. Marg. Baillargeonu 
Perp^tue Bemier .i 



1831 
1853 
1843 



CHARRON-LAFERRlfeRE. 



1 Jean Baptiste 
M. Madeleine 
M. Madeleine 



Anne d' Anne ville Q1669 
MiohelChabot Lorette 1703 
T Alexis Bleau 1710 



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J«Mi Baptiitte 

2 Jean aapiiste(l) 

M. Angelique 

Genevieve 
Madeleine 
Madeleine 
Marie Louise 
Marie C^cUe 
Marie Tb^de 
Marguerite 
Jean 
S Jean (2) 

Marie Suadnne 
Marie Sotanne 

Jean 
Miofaet 
Le mdme 
Biarprnerite 
Mane Claire 
4 Michel (3) 



Luoe 
5 Jean 



Marie Aane 

Ang^ique 

Jean 

6 Jean 

7 Joseph 
Marguerite 
AngSe 
Joaeph 

8 Joeeph 



G^enev. DupUe S.Auff.l710 
Alexandre Blanohard 

aP.1727 
Simon Pradet h 1730 
Jean Flearet •• 1730 

Etlenne Samson B. 1739 
Look Dechatme » 1739 
Joseph Mimaux aM. 1746 
Joseph Ouellet .. 1749 
Fran9oi8 Vigneau » 1751 

M. Jos. Samson Levis 1739 
J. B. Forgues S.M.1775 
T Olivier Oampagna 

n3.G. 1800 



M. Job. Picard S.P.8.1766 
£tn Roy S.6. 1829 

Jean Gervais S.P.S. 1789 
Marie Jos. Proulx 

S.Tha 1791 
Antoine Dube aP.S. 1819 
BiL Mad. Client 

S.M.1766 
J. B. Plante S.G.1766 
Louis Noel .. 1811 

Marie Jos. Lacroix • 

aV.1790 
Marg. Marooux 
Louu Aub^ S.G. 1824 
Michel Louineau %% 1830 



(7) BrigitteLouineau S.y.l827 



(3) 



(4) 



CHARTIER. 



1 Michel 
Michel 
Charles 

2 Michel 

Elizabeth 

Charles 

Gabriel 

Le mSme 

Marie 

Isabelle 

Philippe 

Loui^ 

Francis 

Le meme 

Le mdme 

3 Charles 

4 Charies 
Michel 

6 Gabriel 
Joseph 

6 Louia 
Marie Louise 
Marie Louise 
Ther^ 

M. Catherine 
Louis 

7 Philippe 

Marie Anne 
Le meme 

8 Francois 
Marie 
Fran9oi8 
Joseph 
Jean 



Marie Magni^ 



(1) Cath. Chiunberlan 

S.Fr8, 1688 



Pierre Balan 



1708 



Anne Picard S.Tho. 1704 
Antoine Blais Bert. 1731 
Pierre Gagnon « 1734 



Jeanne Grondin Q. 1722 
Marie Shinok S.Frs. 1734 

(1) Louise Lemaitre Q. 1694 

(2) Marie Carrier L^vis 1720 

(2) M. ,feanneCosanceQ.1727 

(2) Mad. Lefebvro Bert. 1728 
Jacques BilodeauS. V . 1751 
2" J. B. Custeau a.G.1789 
Jean Hubert S M.1764 
Pierre Plante n 1771 

(2) Elix. LeRoy Bert. 1730 
V. de Gab. Bilodeau 
Jacq. CarbonneauBert. 1751 
Ange Boulet S . F . S . 1773 

(2) Th^r^Chartre Bert. 1738 
Michel Dubord .. 1761 



9 Jacques 
Reine 

Jacques 
Le meme 



5-« EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
CHARTIER. 

Mad. Blanchet 
Chrysost6me Langlois 

SVP.S.1763 



Rosalie 

10 Jacques 
M. Madeleine 

12 Michel 
Biarpruerite 
Mane Josette 
Marie Roger 

Susanne 
Ratae 

Reine 



(5) 
(9) 

(6) 
(8) 

(8) 
(8) 



13 Jean-Baptiste 
M. Francoise 
Philippe 
Jean-Baptiste 
Andr^ 
Joseph 

14 Joseph 
16 Jacques 

16 Louis 

17 Francois 

18 Joaeph 

19 Jean 

20 Jean-Baotiste 
M. Angeiique 

21 Iffnaoe 12 
M. Marguerite 

M. Marguerite 

Marie Louise 
Lememe 

22 Pierre 
Pienw 

23 JeanBapti8te(13) 

Ad^alde 

Adelaide 
Marie Ang^le 
Em^rentienne 
Ignace 

24 Andr^ (13) 
M. Genevieve 

25 PhUippe (13) 

26 Joseph 



27 Pierre 
Narcisse 

28 Pierre 

29 Ignace 

30 Narcisse 



Rose Guillet 

Cap St. ^.1737 
Jose^ RouleauaP.S.1764 
M. El^ Thibaat 
JosephBlanchetaP.S 1764 
Marg. Morin S.P . S . 1761 
Basile Gagnon aF.S.1784 
Basile Beaoohcr n 1785 
Jos. Marie Boulet 

S.F.S.1792 
Pierre Beaudoin n 1797 
Paschal Corriveau 

Bert.l79S 
2°Pierre R^illard 

a6.1808 

Marie Jos. Morin 

Gab. Thibaut S.P.&.1788 



(13) 



(22) 
(28) 

(27) 



EUs. Dufour 8.Bf.l761 
Marie Louise Blais 

B6rt.l751 
Mad. Talbot Bert. 1753 
Marie l/s. Fondiami 

Bert. 1774 
M. El^t^uignard 

Bert 1774 
ThMse Hi» Bert. 1778 
Marie Ange Cloutier 
Charies BemierS.P.S.1796 
G^ni^v. Picaid S.F.S.1788 
Michel Vital L^toomeau 

S.F.S.1809 
2°Louis Qoemeneur 

S.F.S.1810 
Jean Frs. Morin 1815 

BusanoeRoT S.F.S.1837 
y^ronique Fortier 

M. Genev. Picard 

S.F.S.178r 
Aug.^Etn. Morin 

aP.S.18l2 
T Jos. Caron n 1816 
Joseph Simooeau •• 1813 
Antoine Tidbot .. 1839 

M. Anne Picard n 1792 
Louis Gontier S. H . 1815 
Marff.LemieuxS.F.S.1795 
Rosalie Fontaine 

aP.ai796 
Marg. Gagn^ 

Ang^Lebrun S.G.1804 
Rose Chamberlan 

aP.S.1826 
Marie Zoe Mercier 

S.M1850 



CHATIGNY. 



1 Pierre 
'V^ran9oise 
M. Catherine 
Pierre 
Louis 

2 Pierre 
Marie 



M. Ang^ Martin S.P.1710 
Fran9oi8 Jalu^i aP.1736 
Joseph Drouin it 1748 



(1) Marg. Ratt^ aP.1742 

Pierre Thivierge*f 1767 



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CHATIGNY. 



Joseph Racine m 1784 
2" Frmn9ois Piohet .. 1811 
Fran9oi8 V^rieiil .. 1797 
Frutooifi Audet a J.1801 
Gabnel Pepin .. 1786 
Louis Roule«u a L. 1786 



Chwlotle 

Chariotte 

Anthe 

Marguerite 

Mane 

Genevieve 

Jean-B*ptis(e 

Louis 

Pierre Laurent 

Francois 

3 Louis (I) Marie Anne Ledaire 

S.P 1760 
Ang^ue Jacques H^Iie S.J. 1786 

Lows 
Pierre 
Paul 
R^ 

4 Pierre Laurent(2) M. ReineParadisS.P.1783 



Rnne 
Angifrle 
Pierre 
5 Francois 
Oatherioe 
Marguerite 
Marie 
Angele 



Pierre Dufresoe 
Antoine Maroel 



1812 
1816 



(2) Cath. Roberge S.P.1786 

Ignaoe Pichet 1816 

Kerre Cdt^ 1821 

Pierre Alain 1822 

Jean Racine S.P. 1828 



« Jean BaptUte (2) Marg. Charlan aP. 1802 
Marguerite J. B. Gagn^ aC. 1827 

7 Louis (2) G^evi^ve Gigu^re 

8.F. 1787 
Jean 

% Louis 

Josette 
9Pifrre 

Marie Anne 

Madelrine 

Franooise 

Elizabeth 

Pierre 

Pierre 
10 Paul 

Le mSme 
AFrsR^gis 

liouise 

G^nevi^e 

Louis 
U PMrre 

Charlotte 
li Pierre 



(3) Marie Jos Boucher 

8.0h8. 1773 
Francois Rojer S.U. 1806 

(3) Cath. Viger aChs. 1777 
Raphael Landr^R S.G. 1808 
Laurent Gossehn u 1809 
Joseph Dorval .. 1812 
Louis Uizoir S.G. 1813 



(3) M, G^ev. Hayot 

aChs. 1778 
Rlix. Laoroix S. M. 1797 
(3) M. Anne Client 

an. 1784 
Charles Carrier » 1817 
Antoine Tangu^ » 1820 



(9) Elia. Badeau Q. 1819 

Michel Moreau a G. 1819 
(4) Constance Paradis 

S.P. 1812 

Ang^te Louib Couture .. 1842 

Constance Louis Pepin u 1843 

Tb^otiste Joseph Dupile •• 1844 

BfarieMarthe Gilbert Baillargeon.. 1847 
Soulai^e Arth^ Ls Els. Gendreau » 1861 
BlarcelliDe 
Francois 
UPierST 



'Hmoth^ 
Nazaire 
A Jean 

LsmAme 

14 Pierre 

Pierre 

15 Franoots 
ISTimoth^ 

47Naiaire 
18-17J 



Jos Ed. GoefieUnS.F. 1839 
<6) Marie Roberge aP. 1816 



(7) Charlotte Gaudreau 

S. H. 1804 
M. Roger Fontaine 

aH. 1819 
(9) Joseph Canipagna 

A.G. 1810 

ri2) Fran9oise Bonne aP. 1859 
(13) Marie Louise Deblois 

aP. 1860 
(13) M. Olive Boiseonneau 

aP. 1865 



CHATIGNY. 

18 Pierre (14) Luce Labbe S.Frs. 1834 

Louis (10a) Marie Tangu^ aH. 1821 

CHEVANEL. 



1 Fran9oi8 

Pierre 
3 Pierre (1) 

M. Angelique 



Generi^ve 
Pierre 

3 Pierre 
Generi^ve 
Augustin 
Joseph 
Pierre 

4 Pierre 
Le meme 

5 Augustin 

6 Joseph 



(2) 



(8) 

(8) 
(8) 



Marie Claimont 

M. Ange MalbcKuf 

aP.S.1757 
Pierre Ren^ Morin 

ap.ai79i 

Joseph Dumas aF.ai801 

Marie Anne Lepage 
Antoine Dub^ S.G. 1830 



Marg. Roy aG. 1817 

Victor Picafd aF.S. 1824 
Mad. Lacroix aC. 1823 
M. Ange Bemier 

aChs. 1831 



CHISSON-GIASSON. 



1 Jean 
Michel 
lie meme 

2 Michel (1) 
M. Elisabeth 
Marie Josette 
Marie H^^e 
Louis 

3 Louis (2) 

M. Scholastique 

Marie Louise 

Marie 

Jean Baptiste 

Pierre 

4 Jean Baptiste (8) 



Th^rte 
Michel 
6 Pierre 
6 Michel 



Jeanne Bernard 

Bfad. Martin 
Mar^. Mourier 
Louis I oulet 
Jaoq. Boulet 
Frs. Gaudreau 



Q. 1683 

S.J. 1706 

Bert. 1730 

.. 1730 

.. 1731 



G^nev. Quemeneur 

S.F.a 1746 
Jos Boivin » 1773 

Benj. Langlois » 1780 
BasUe Thi^aut S G. 1788 



M. Elis. Langlois 

aF.a 1776 
Jean Guillot S.G. 1821 



(8) 
(4) 



Ang^le Dutile 
Ange Paquet 



1787 
1815 



1 Mathieu 
Joseph 
Jean 

2 Joseph 
Jean 

3 Jean 
Marguerite 

4 Jean 
Pierre 

5 Pierre 
Le meme 
Agathe 
Ignaoe 

6 Ignace 
Marie Louise 
Marie Louise 
Judith 
Genevieve 
Philippe 
Jean 
Pierre 

7 PhiHppe 
Madeleine 

8 Joan 

9 Pierre 
Adelaide 



CHORET. 

S^bastienne Veillon 



(1) M.AngeLoignonS.F. 1676 

(1) Claire Boucher .. 1684 
Jean Boissonneau S. L. 1707 

(2) ThereseTrudel A.G. 1711 

(4) M.Anne ParadisS.P. 1741 
Th^reee Nolin 1746 

Jac Girardin 1794 



M. Th^e Noel 
Ignace Paradis 
2o Frs. Poulet 
Pierre Roberge 
Nicolas Dumas 



a P. 1778 
aP. 1810 
a P. 1824 
a P. 1815 
aL. 1807 



(6) Mad. BUnchet aP. 1809 

Laurent AudibertS.P.1831 

(6) Mad. Paradis S.P. 1816 

(6) Genev. Gagnon S.F. 1807 

Fran9ois Gosselin S.L.1827 



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David 
10 David 

Le meme 



CHORET. 



(9) Marie Bedard Chs. Bourg. 

18ft 

Justine Audet 8.L. 1838 

CHRETIEN. 



1 Jaoqueii 
Michel 
Vincent 

2 Michel (1) 
Jean Charles 
Michel 

Jean Baptiste 

3 Vincent (I) 
Anne 

Marie Madeleine 

Vincent 

Jacques 

Jean 

Thomas 

Francois 

4 Michel (2) 

Jean Baptiste 

5 Jean Charles (2) 

Madeleine 
Genevieve 

6 Jean Baptiste (2) 
Louis 

Louis 

7 Vincent (3) 
Vincent 

8 Jean 

Joseph 

9 Thomas 
Reine 
Joseph 

10 Francois (8) 

11 Jacques (3) 

12 Jean Baptiste (4) 

13 Louis 

M. Elizabeth 
Antoine 

14 Vincent (7) 

15 Joseph (8) 

16 Joseph (9) 

17 Jean (S. Malo) 

18 Jacques 
Charles Francois 

19 Louis (6) 
M. Ang^lique 
Louis 

20 Antoine (13) 

21 Charles Francois 

(18) 

Jean Francois 

22 Louis (19) 

Le m^me 
Marie Celeste 
Joseph 
LouiH 

23 JeanFran9oi8(21) 
Ur§ule 
Rosalie 
Francois 

24 Loui« (22) 
Louis 



Catb. Chretien Niverd 
Marie Meunier Q. 1665 



Anne Leclaire 1668 

Nicolas Groinier a £.1687 
Charles (Jueraid aE. 1697 



Mag. Coeur Cha. Bourg. 
16! 



682 



Marg. Roy Chs. Bourg. 1694 
Jacques Ghoret Chs. Bourg. 
1718 
Jean Michel Parent 

Chs. Bouig. 17i8 
Cath. Roy Chs. Bourg. 1708 



Mad. BUnchet aThal699 

M. Mad. Louineau 

Chs. Bourg. 1701 

Reine Canac aF. 1710 
Frs. Baudon S.Tha 1748 

Louise Migneron 1718 

Marie Baudon a Frs. 1713 
Jeanne Elis. B^dard 

Chs. Brg. 1723 
Eliz. H^lie aH.aV. 1761 
Fran9ois Terrien S. V, 1784 

Marie Lefebvre aTho.1716 
Marie Paquet S.M. 1740 
M. Gertrude Jolin 

a Frs. 1760 
Ther^ Fse. Behier 

8.V. 1741 
Julienne Moisie Ev.d*I. 

Marie Ang6 Cotin Q. 1744 
Chs. Bouchard S. V. 1776 

M.Chs.RemiUardS.V.1792 

Ursule Guimont V. de Joe. 
Buteau Bert. 1765 

Mad. Daniau V. de Pre. 

Gautron S.V. 1780 

Cath. Roy aV. 1782 

Jacques Roy a V. 1808 



Ange BUis Bert. 1790 

J. B. Corriveau Bert. 1826 
Andre Corriveau Bert. 1828 

Marguerite Roy aM. 1810 



25 Joseph 

26 Jacques 
Pierre 

27 Francois 

Fabien 
Fian^ois 

28 Louis 
Pierre 

29 Pierre 

30 Fran9ois 

31 Fabien 

32 Pierre 
83 Pierre 

Cecile 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

CHRETIEN. 

(22) M. Angt^eCadrin a V.1834 
Marie Kuel Q. 

(28) Rosalie Corriveau 

Bert. 1818 



(24) Eliz. Bissson aV. 1819 

(26) M. D^ima Guay B. 1854 

(27) Marie Naud aCbs. 1H50 

(27) OdUe Foumier aChs. 1818 

(28) M.C^inaPlanteaM.1864 
El^onore Pruneau 

Vital L^toumeau 

aCh9.1863 



CHY8TOPHE-SAUVAGE. 



1 Thoma^ Sau- 

vage) 
Jacques (Chy 
■oscq[>he) 

2 Jacques (Chys- 



Anne Denis Acadie 



tophe 

Jacques 
8 Jacques 
Angelique 
Jacques 
Joseph 
Jnlieo 
Michel 

4 Jean 
Biarie Anne 
Marie Anne 

5 Jacques 
Lememe 
Marie 

6 Julien 

7 Michel 

8 Joseph 



(1) Genev. Couture aV. 1758 
V. deJacq. R^millaid 



(2) 



Ange. Richard 
Jos. Aaselin 



aV. 1784 
aF. 1814 



Susanne Nadeau 

Louis Clement S. Chs. 1815 

2°Chs.Gagn^ .. 1824 

(6) Ange. Davnau aG. 1806 

Josette Quemeneur it 1807 

Joseph GautroD .. 1823 

(3) Marg. Fontaine aG. 1810 

(8) M. Louis TuitsotaF. 1815 

(8) Marg. Lebieoque aG. 1821 



CINQMARS-GOBLIN DIT ST. MARa 



1 Marc Antoine 
Lemdme 
Pierre 

2 Pierre (I) 
Marie Louise 
Pierre 
Charles 
Guillaume 

3 Charles (2) 

4 Guillaume (2) 
Pierre 
Fran9ois 
Guillaume 

5 Pierre (2) 
Marguerite 

6 Pierre (4) 
Genevieve 
Marie 

Pierre. 
Fran9ois 

7 (ruiUaume (4) 
Elisabeth 
Marie Anne 
Marie Louise 

(2Noces) 
Guillaume 
Pierre 

8 Fran9ois (4) 
Marie Louise 
Fran9oi8 
Pierre 

David 



Cath. Boisandre Q 1663 
Fse. Chapelain aL. 1692 

Genev. B^langer C.R. 1727 
Jaoq. Denis a P. 1764 



Ange. Isabel 
ElijB. Ruel 



aL. 1762 
aL.1765 



Ther^«» Ferlant aP. 17S2 
Louis Roberge •• 1807 
Marie Audet a L. 1796 
Louis Labreoque n 1845 
Laurent Audet m 1839 



M. Anne Gadbout aL.1796 
Amb. Coulombe 
Charles Goeselin 

Frs. dHiouinard 



M. Anne LangloisaL.1803 
Greg. Labrecque •« 1840 



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Chtfles 
9 Fime 



S.L. 1838 



(6) Marie Noel 
S. Fer^l 

10 Fmn^ois (6) G^nev. Bouffart S.L. 1868 

11 Pierre (7) BCftiv. Fournier S. Chs. 

12 GailUume (7) Judith Rouleaa S.L. 1824 
Salom^ Pierre Denis S.L. 1854 
Julie Pre. Geleetin Lefran- 

9oiB aii. 1854 
M.AniieCeUnire Joseph Plante S.L. 1855 
Msrie Loaise Julien Gravel u 1860 



Pierre Billanuin 
13 Fiaofois (8) Charlotte Pouliot S.J. 1836 



14 Pierre 

Ang^le 

Rosalie 

Caroliiie 

Marie Sophie 

Adelaide 

Darid 
15Darid 
leCharies 

17 Pierre Bellar- 

min (12) Ad^ine Plante C.R. 1869 

18 Damase (12) Philomene Curodeau 

S. J. 1870 

19 Darid (14) M. AdeUne Gadboat 

S.L. 1876 
CIVADIER. 



(8) Angi^le LabreoqiieS.L.18S7 
Francois Denis u 1867 
Francois Paradis .. 1869 
Jean Cyrille Grenierif 1869 
Pierre Roberge i. 1870 
Edooard Leolaire n 1876 

8) Marcelline Noel S.L. 1848 



(8) 
(8) 



1 Loais 
Jeanne 

M. Francoise 
Marie 
Anne^ 
Antoine 

2 Antoine^ 
Maivoerite 
Marv^ 
Genevieve 
Loaise 
Joseph 
Ifnace 
Antoine 

3 Joseph 

4 Antoine 
Madeleine 
Madeleine 

5 Isnaoe 
Marie Anne 



Agn^ Olivier S.F. 1669 
Joaohim MoUeur S.L.1693 
Michel Molleur S.L. 1694 
Jaoq. LaneuviUe n 1702 
Jean Ginchereau m 1703 

(1) Marie Domingo Q. 1707 
Philippe Benoit S.L. 1732 
Pierre Roberge « 1747 
Jean Audet m 1754 

Michel Roberge u 1757 



(2) Marie Gosselin S.L. 1746 

(2) M.Mad.Couture S.L. 174(5 

Pierre Cl<^ment S.Chs, 1779 

2^ Jas. Baoquet S.M. 1786 

(2) Gertrude RobergeS.L. 1753 

J. B. Rousseau S.L. 1807 

GLAND. 



1 Jean Baptiste Marie Peltier AUemagne. 
Jean Baptiste 

2 Jean Baptiste (1) M. Louise Langlois 

S.F.S 1793 
M. Ang^que Chs. Mercier S. V. 1815 
Jean &ptiste 

3 Jean Baptiste (2) M. Reine Roy S.P.S 1828 





CLAVET. 




1 Jacques 
Michel 


Marg. Fontaine 




2 Michel 


Cath. Thibaut S.V. 


1760 


Simon 






Louis 






Michel 






3 Simon * 


(2) M. Ange Hamel 






S.Tho. 


1799 


MMartine 


Tha Couillard m 


1833 


Narcine 






4 Louis 


(2) Marg. Dalaire S.Tho. 


1801 


Emerence 


Felix Bemier •• 


1833 



CLAVET. 



(2) 



Henriette 

Julie 

M. Marcelline 
6 Michel 

Charlotte 

Marguerite 
6 Ignace 

Fabien 
8 Nardsse 



Jean Labreoque Bert 1836 
MagL Gaumont •• 1846 
J. B. Mercier S.M. 1844 
M. Chs. Bazin S.V. 1805 
Pierre Pepin S.J. 1835 
Cyriao Soucy S.M. 1839 
Ad^ Boulet 

S. Roch de Q 



(3) M. Anne Turgeon 

. S.M. 1841 
Rose Roy S.M. 1847 



9 Fabien (6) M 

CLliMENT-LABONTA. 



1 Leonard 
Marie 

Marie Josette 
Jeanne 
Marie Anne 
Ignace 
Louis 
Andre 

2 Louis (1) 

Marie 

M. Catherine 

Madeleine 

Louis 

Pienc 

Ignace 

JoHeph Fran9ois. 

Joseph 

Michel 

3 Andre (1) 

M. Ang61ique 
M. Ang^lique 

M. Brigitte 
M. Madeleine 
Marie Louise 

4 Ignace (1) 



M. Genevieve 
Marguerite 
F^licite 
Michel 
Ignace 
Pierre 
> Louis 
Marie Anne 
Genevieve 
Th^r^se 



(2) 



(2) 



(2) 



Louis 
Augustin 

6 Pierre 
Le meme 
Le mfime 
Le meme 
Le meme 

7 Joseph 
Mar^erite 
Louise 
Joseph 

8 Joseph Fran9oi8 
Louis 

Joseph 
Charles 
Franjois 
Michel 
Madeleine 
Louise 
Judith 



Jeanne Morisset S.F. 1699 
Jos. Denis B. 1722 

Pierre Gosselin S. V. 1728 
Jos. Plante S.M. 1732 
J. B. Forguee .. 1749 



Marie Mad. Plante 

S. J. 1733 
NoelSimart S.M. 1761 
Ignace PUote .. 1765 
Jos. Forgue u 1773 



Marie Fee. Dubeau 

S.V. 1738 
Augustin Roy n 1757 
2° JiMX). Labrecque 

S. V. 1770 
Jacq. Blais « 1780 

Jean Charron S.M. 1765 
Nicolas GontierS.Ch8.1776 
M. V6ronique Fleuret 

S.M. 1749 
Joseph Roy .. 1768 

Pierre Forgue n 1773 
Joachim Laine S.H. 1788 



Genev. Gosselin S.M. 1758 
Regis Chatigny S.H. 1784 
Aug. Gautron S. Chs. 1774 
Pierre Delenteigne 

S.H. 1788 



(2) 



Marg. Bibsonnet S.M. 1760 
Genev. Pouliot .. 1764 
Marie Fournier S.Chs. 1769 
Francoise Foitin S.M.1771 
Mad. Civadier S. Ch8.1779 
Marie Goupy S. M. 1762 
Aug. Bouchard S.H. 1785 
Jean J<ain S.Chs. 1779 

M. Ang^ Forgue S.M. 1771 



Mad. Cochon S.M. 1773 
Louis Roy .. 1805 

Pierre Brochu .. 1830 
Michel Lefebvre 

S.Chs. 1819 



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CUiMENT— LABONTR 



Joseph 
10 Ignace 

Joseph 
Fimnfois 



(2) M. Anne Coatnre 

aOhs.1777 



12 



11 meire 
Jnditb 
Agathe 
Mikrie 
Genevieve 
Jean Baptiste 
Ignaoe 
Judith 
Genevieve 
Charles 
Joseph 
Fran9oi8 
Michel 
Jean 
Marc 

13 Michel 

14 Jacques 
G^enevi6ve 

15 Louis 
JacQues 

16 Andre 
Andr^ 

17 Henri 
Marie Anne 

18 Paul 
Louis 

19 Augustin 
Augiistin 

20 Louis 
Marie Anne 
Marie 
Mai|^erite 
Louise 
Louis 
Lememe 



(4) Agathe 6ontierS.Chs.1789 
Jos. Couture .. 1810 

Pierre Vien .. 1816 

Antoine Gosselin h 1821 
Jos. Richard ... 1830 

(4) Genev. Fradet S.M. 1790 
Magi. Tangu^ .. 1836 
Pierre Blanchet .. 1826 



(4) Cecile Gontier S.Chs. 1794 
M. Th^Ie Balan 
Jos. Bilodeau Bert. 1767 
M. Th^Ie BaUn 

Mad. Boissel 

M. Anne Montigny 
Louis Cochon S.V. 1798 
M. Anne Guenet 

(5) Louibe Fortier S.H. 1794 

(6) M. Anne F«»rtier .. 1783 
Nio. Tangue .. 1806 
£tn. Dalaire .. 1809 
Denis Collet .. 1820 
Jean Monmeny .• 1820 

Grenev.Lefebvre 



Joseph 

21 Joseph 

22 Fran9oi8 

23 Joseph 
Mane 

24 Charles 
Hortence 
Augustin 
Fran9ois Xavier 



S.Ch8.1803 

(7) M. Marg. Pilet S.H. 1791 

(8) M.Anne Terrien .. 1792 
(8) Ursule Gautron .. 1804 

Pierre BaillargeonS.G.1824 

(8) Marie Moresset S.H. 1811 

J. B. Bouton S.Chs. 1867 



25 Louis 

26 Joseph 
Luce 

Vitaline 

Michel 

Jean Baptiste 



(8) M. Anne Bodfil .. 1815 

(9) M. Anne H41ie S.M. 1806 
Ls. Anselme Baudoin 

S.M. 1842 
Jean Dion •• 1869 



27 Jaeques 

28 Ignace 
Cnarlee 
Le m^me 

29 Joseph 
Le meme 

30 Fran9oia 



(15) M. Louis Corriveau 

S.V. 1784 
(10) Marg. Pouliot S.Chs. 1804 



M. AnneMarseau S.G. 1812 
(10) Marie Fortier S.G. 1807 
M.Jos. Goulet S.Chs. 1813 
(10^ M. Euphrosine Roy 

S.G. 1818 
M. Archange Antoine Albert S. V. 1850 

31 JeanBapti8te(ll) Olive Gosselin S.Chs. 1829 
Francois 

32 Charles (12) Mad. Forgue S M. 1820 
Fran9oi8 J. B. Clement .. 1848 

33 Joseph (12) AngeleGagnon .. 1821 

34 Michel (12) Luce Morisset .. 1822 

35 Francois (12) Angele Cote .. 1828 

Rosalie Veau .. 1835 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
CLiMENT-LABONTft. 



36 Jean 



(12) 

(12) 
(16) 



37 Marc 

38 Andr^ 
Arofaange 
Angelique 
Elizabeth 
H^l^e 
Marguerite 
Marguerite 
Pierre 
Joseph 
Andr^ 
Lememe 
Honor6 

39 Louis 

40 Augustin 



41 Louis 

42 Joseph (20) 

43 Francois Xav- 

ier (24) 

44 Augustin {U) 



a Claire 
Anne Cot^ aH 1839 
a Claire 
BasilisseGoulet S.Chs.1797 



Aug.Goupy 
Pierre Lacroix 
PierreGuilmet 
Pierre Asselin 
Paul Goupy 



18S1 
an. 1819 
.. 1820 
1841 
1826 



2* J . a Dorval a Chs. 1845 



(18) 
(19) 



46 Michel 



(26) 



46 JeanBapti8te(26] 



47 Charles 

48 Francois 

49 Joseph 

50 Joseph 

51 Andr6 

52 Pierre 
Pierre 

63 Honore 

64 Pierre 



(281 
31 
32) 
,38) 
:38) 
(38) 

(38) 
(52) 



Josette Larriye S.G. 1826 

Genev. Dion .. 1799 

Ang^e Couture aH. 1820 
M. Pelagic Dalaire 

an. 1809 
Marie Morin S.Cbs. 1840 
Ang^e Daigle .. 1840 

M.'Jos. Lecours n 1846 
Em^rentienne Pepin 

aM. 18S8 
Francoise Client 

aM.1843 
Genev.BilodeauaChs.1830 
M.Ang^Leblanc .. 1863 
M.Justine Veau .. 1859 
Louise Ruel S.G. 1825 
Luce Rousseau aChs. 1890 
M. Vict, Asselin .. 1835 

Hermine Asselin n 186S 
Louise Fauoher aM. 1862 



CLOUTIER 



(1) 

(1) 



1 Zaoharie 
Charles 
Jean 
Zacharie 

2 Jean 
Jean 

3 Zacharie 
Pierre 
Charles 

4 Charles 
Jean 
Zacharie 

5 Jean 
Fran9ois 

6 Rene 
Louis 
Jean Baptiste 

7 Charles (8) 
Angelique 
Basile 
Charles 

8 Jean 

9 Zacharie 
Zacharie 

10 Louis 



Xainte Dupont 

Marie Martin Q. 1648 

Mad. Barbe Ajrmant 



(1) Louise Morin Q. 1659 



(2) 
(3) 



(4) 
(4) 



(6) 



11 Jean Baptiste (6) 

Pierre Paul 
Pierre 

12 Joseph 
Laurent 
Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 

Le m#me 

Marie Marthe 



M.Eliz.Mori88et C.R. 1679 
Marie Leblanc 



Anne Thibaut C. R. 1685 
Jacq. Alaire .. 17S4 



Anne Morisset S.F. 1702 
Jeanne Bacon aR. 1708 

M. Anne Thibault 

Cap.aign. 1703 
Marie Gerbert 

Cap.aign. 170^ 



Eliz. Morin 



M. Mad. Lefebvre 

S.Tho. 1733 
Pierre Blanchet a P.S.1763 



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Alezts 
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ISGftbric^ 
Ohftriotte 
M. Frmn9oiBe 



diaries 



M. Fse. Tcmpin 

Joe. Goeiwlm S.P.S. 1760 

Jos. Marie Letoumeau 

S.P.S. 1766 
Chs. Bouchard .t 1774 



14 Fran^ou (5) M. Anne Filion a Joa.1752 



15 CharTes (7) 
Loo we 
Oiarlefl 

16 BMile (7) 
Pierre 

17 Zacbarie (9) 
JeanBaptUte 

W Pierre Paul (11) 

Lememe 
19 Pierre (U) 

ADdr^ 
90 Joieph (12) 

21 Laurent (12) 

M. Angelique 
Manniente 



Laurent 
Fran^oiB 

22 Francois (12) 

23 Jean6aptiate(12 

24 Alexis (12) 
t> Eustache (12) 
as Michel 

Pierre 
Michel 
27 Charles 



Marg. Gravel 
Etn. R^ume 



C.R 1721 
.. 1761 



MArie Moreau S.L. 17S5 
M. H^I^ne Alaire S.J. 1739 
Agn^ B^langer C.R. 1737 

Genev. Gaudreau 

S.Tha 1741 
Ang^ Turcot S.FraB. 1743 
Genev. Langelier Islet 1746 

Marie Buasiere S.P. 1747 
M. Genev. Boulet 

S.Tho. 1761 
Ant Rousseau aP.S. 1781 
Pierre Gagn^ » 1797 
2* Olivier Jaoq. Mondena 

aP.8. 1800 



Marie Morin » 

Ang^ Blanchet n 
M. Mad. Picard .i 
Elis. Gagne •< 

M. Ange Thibault 



1763 
1764 
1766 
1773 



(12) 



Marie P^lagie 
M. Elisabeth 



28ChaHes 



(18) 



Marie Marthe 
29 Francois (14) 
» CharieT (16) 

Lememe 

Francois 
n Francois Noel 

M. Eophrosime 



rranoois isoel 
32 JeanBapti8te(17) 

Jean 
25 Andre (19) 

34 Fimn^ois (21) 



36 I^urent 

Maignerite 
36 Michel 
Marguerite 

Mari^ 



(21) 



(26) 



Michcd 
17 Pierre (26) 

Marfoerite 

Alexis 

Ambroise 
38 Frao9ois (30) 

Fraofois 



M. Marg. B^langer 

Cap;^.Ign. 1766 
Joe. Fortier S.H. 1785 
Ant L^toumeau 

aP.a 1795 
M. Marthe Picard 

ap.a 1766 

Louis Keroaok » 1788 

Marg. Faucber S.F. 1780 

Genev. Moreau C.R. 1748 

Fran9oi8e Dion n 1760 

Cath. Peltier 

Jos. Blanchet aP.S. 1793 

Louise Gagnon S. Annel774 

M.Reine Morin aP.ai778 
M. Louise Blanchet 

ap.a 1777 
Marg. Vermet aH. 1792 
Gervais Pepin S.G. 1820 
Joseph Gaffn^ aP.a 1823 
CJharlotte Morin Islet 1786 
GharlesBruneau S.G. 1806 
2^Fran^Lain^ i. 1822 
MarcCUrant ., 1806 

2°JeanLabb^ ,. 1819 



Mad. Fortin 
Jean Boulet 



Islet 1786 

aa. 1819 



Rose Reaume C.R. 1799 



CLOUTIER. 

39 Francois Noel(31) M. Judith Blanchet 

ap.a 1799 
Euphrosine Charles Leclaire u 1822 

Fran9oiB Noel 

40 Jean (32) Rose Simard C.R. 1801 
Zacharie 

41 Michel (36) Vict Gontier aC. 1£13 

42 Ambroise (37) Marie Genevieve 

aP.S 1818 

43 Alexis (37) Marg. Goulet aG. 1820 

44 FrauQois (38) M. Anne Noel S.G. 1823 

45 FranooisNoel(d9) M. Gertrude Picard 

ap.a 1827 
M. Philom^ne Honors Dion aFrs. 1861 

46 Zacharie (40) Philom^ne Drouin 

aF. 1863 

Perp^tue Girard 

Louis Lefebvre a L. 1840 

Marie Maranda (^ 



47 Joseph 
Josephine 

48 Jean 
Edouard 

49 Prisque 
Prisque 

50 Edouard 

51 Prisque 



1 Augustin 
Genevieve 
Marguerite 
Joseph 

2 Joseph 



Joseph 

3 Joseph 

4 Joseph 



Joeette Dufresne 

(48) M. Esther 0>rriveaa 

aV. 1846 

(49) Emelie Gincherau 

S. Frs. 1849 

CLUSIAU. 

Marc. Lucas, Levis 
Francois Dunile S.P. 1799 
Francois Leclaire « 1811 

(1) M. Joseph Pculiot 

a Chs. 1792 



(2) Genev. Paradis aP. 1813 
Zoe Binet 
Jean Eliz. Audet 

aP. 1860 



Josepl 

M. Philom^ne 

COCHON-LAVERDlfeRE. 



1 Jacques 
Jacques 

2 Ren^ 
Ren^ 

3 Jacques 

Jacques 

4 Ren^ 
Anne 
Louis 
Ren^ 
Fran9oi8 

5 Jacques 
Joseph 

6 Louis 
V^ronique 
Marguerite 
Joseph Marie 

Louis 
Pierre Noel 

7 Rene 
V^ronique 
Agn^ 

M. Frangoise 

Rene 

Henri 

8 Francois 

9 Joseph 
Mane 
Madeleine 

10 Louis 
Genevieve 
Louise 



Jeanne Abraham 

Charlotte Estole 

Burte Delphine Tardif 

an. 1661 

Anne Langlois S.F. 1670 
Egn. Terrien S.J. 1706 



(3) Jeanne Verreau S.R. 1703 

(4) Cath. Dumas aJ. 1688 
Louis Plante •• 1732 
Pierre Plante .. 1726 



Jeanne Dubeau S.J. 1710 

Jean Frs. Noel S.V. 1733 

Pierre Labb^ .. 1741 

J. B. Labbe .. 1744 



(8) 
(6) 



(6) 



Jeanne Plant S.J. 1711 
Agnes Malboeuf C.R. 1729 
Ant Nadeau aH. 1782 
Julien Mercier S.V. 1786 
Cath. Marchand S.J. 1732 
Jos. Drouin u 1755 

Pierre Gautron m 1755 



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M. Catherine 

M. Madeleine 

Francois 

Joseph 

Louts 

Lememe 



J. B. Blouin •! 1773 

Miohel Client S.M. 1773 



Rose Coulombe S.L. 1773 

11 Joseph Marie (6) M. Mad. Denis B. 1738 

Mane Josette Pierre Tangn^ S.V. 1750 



Pierre Ferlant S.Chs. 1764 

(6) Marie Le Roy S. V.1746 
Michel Qu^ret aCh8.178] 
Jaoq. Lavoie •• 1791 



Marguerite 
Joseph 

12 Pierre Noel 
FranQoise 
Marguerite 
Charles 
Louis 
Joseph 

13 Ren^ (7) M. Genev. Thebaut 

S.M. 1744 
Marie Josette Joseph Roy S.V. 1770 

Marie Joseph Couture » 1780 

14 Henri (7) M. Ls. Loriaux ?Glorieux ? 

S.V. 1761 
M. Charlotte Pierre Joncas S.H. 1808 
Louis Henri 
Francois 

15 Louis / (10) M. Jos. Guerard S. J. 



Marie Josette 

C^ile 

Marie Thede 

Marie Tb^le 

Marie Louise 

Ang^lique 

Anir61i(^ue 

Madeleine 

Ang]61e 

Louis 

16 Joseph 

17 Francois 
Catherine 
Marie 
Joseph 
Jean 
Lememe 

18 Joseph 
M. Clotilde 
Joseph 

19 Etienne (Laver- 

diere) 
Catherine 
Etienne 
Le mSme 
Marj^erite 
Louise 
Madeleine 
Marie 
Joseph 

20 Joseph 
Mane 

M. Elizabeth 



1765 

Joseph Blouin n 1788 

Jo6ei)h Giffu^ » 1794 

Antoine Fortier h 1794 

Laurent Marcoux n 1818 

J. B. Giffuire .. 1798 

Joseph Emond .i 1799 

2*'Fran9oiB Turcot n 1810 

Martin Gi^^re n 1801 

Louis Blouin •• 1808 

(10) Marie Arseneau S.M. 1772 

(10) Cath. Patry S.M. 1773 

Gab. Pichet S.J. 1810 



Francois LefebvreS.J.1815 



M. Job. Demeule S.J. 1807 

(11) Franooise Roy S.V. 1767 

J. B. Boulet S.M. 1796 



Cath. Gontier S.Chs. 
Ant, Gautron S.M. 



1775 
1816 



Marie Guillot S.V. 1792 

Ant. Balan S.M. 1821 

Joseph Lacroix u 1821 

Joseph Terrien S.M. 1827 

Ant. Thivierge •. 1837 

M. Agnes Beausoleil 

J. B.Chabot S.Ch8. 1789 

Jean Marie Ruellan 

S.M. 1792 

Marie Habran S.V. 1783 
Fereol Turgeon S. Chs. 1809 

Ant. Plante '• 1810 

T Michel Marcoux ., 1832 



21 Charies (12) 
Marie 
Barbe 
Barbe 
Charies 
Jacques 
Noil 

Jean Baptiste 
Michel 

22 Joseph (12) Marthe Marseau S. V. 17S3 



Mane Agathe 
Le meme 
Le meme 
23 Louis 
Franooise 
Marguerite 



Godfroi Bernard .. 1802 

Genev. Coulombe .t 1789 

M. Rose Fortin .. 1790 

(12) Francoise Habran •• 1787 

J. B. Vermet .• 1810 



Francois Fortier S.V. 1824 



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COCHON-LAVERDIERE. 



Michel 
Augustin 
Louis 
Julien 
Jacques 
Isidore 
Olivier 
24 Louis Henri (14) 



Le meme 

25 Francois (14) 
Marie Louise 
Fran9ois 
Pierre 
Lememe 

26 Louis (15) 
Josette 
Ursule 

M. Archange 
Jean Baptiste 

27 Joseph (17) 
Joseph 

28 Jean (17) 

29 Louis 

Louis 

30 Joseph (18) 
Reine 

Marie 

JuUe 

Franooise 

Joseph 

Jacques 

31 Etienne (19) 
Marguerite 
M. M^lanie 
Julie 
Etn. FrM^rio 

32 Joseph (19) 
38 Charles (21| 

34 Jacques (71) 

M. Fran9ois (1) 
Hermine 

35 Noel (21) 

36 Michel (21) 

37 JeanBaptiBte(21) 

38 Louis (23) 



M. Hel^e Deschamps 

Levttl795 
M. Anne Clement a V. 1798 
M. Victor Roy 8.V. 1798 
Amb. Pelchat S-Chs. 1825 



Rose Aub^ 
Marie Emond 
Guill. Blouin 
Jos. Guerard 
Joe. Pepin 



S.G. 1813 
aj. 1794 
.. 1819 
.. 1821 
» 1828 



M. Jos. Labreqne aL.1794 

M.Cath. LepageS.Fr8.18(H 
Manr. Ragagnon? 

S.V. 

M. Reine Roy S.V. 1791 

Etienne Roy » 1820 

Jaoq. Bouten .. 1827 

Pierre Fortier .. 1828 

Frs. Morin S.F.S. 1823 



Adelaide 
M. Hermine 
Esther 
Sera(>hine 
Nazaire 
Damase 
39 Jacques 



GeneT. Boulet S.M. 1810 

F. X. BUis H 1832 

Tho. Duquet .. 1839 

Jaoq. B<dduc t. 1842 

Marg. Turgeon aM. 1823 
ElijB. Carbonneau S.G. 1808 
V^ronique BaiUar- 

geon aChs. 1813 
Chrysostome Royti 1831 
Etn. LeClaire .. 1831 
Ang^ Pouliot » 1821 
Veronique Daniau 

S.G. 1823 
Marie Pouliot aChs. 1825 
M.Marg.Blanofaet 

aV 1813 
M. Marg.Blanchet ..' 1813 
Hilaire Masseau .« 1840 



J. B. Thibaut 
Damase Thibaut 



1841 
1850 



(23) 
(23) 



40 Michel 
Philom^ne 
Nazaire 

41 Augustin 

42 Julien 

43 Fran9oiB 
Julie 
Olive 
Michel 
Le m^me 
Le meme 
Le mdme 

44 Pierre 
Julie 
Lememe 
Emelie 

45 JeanBaptiBte(26) 



25 



M. Christine Buteau 

Bert. 1824 
Marie Bonneau aV. 1830 
Guill. Mercier i. 1857 

Marie Dupcmt S.M. 1833 
Marie GuUmet Bert 1843 
Mali- Tangu^ aChs. 1819 
Jos. Pouliot .» 1854 
F. X. PUote « 1866 

Vict Bisson n 1842 
M. Jos. Dorval .. 1851 
Vict. Bourassa .. 1852 
Eliz. Pepin S. Chs. 1823 
Andr6 Dupont .. 1841 
Em. Baillargeon .. 1831 
EdouardRousseaUf. 18@ 
M. Archange Turcot 

aJ. 1824 



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Henriette 
Jean Baptiste 



(27) 



(30) 



46 Jowph 
Jawph 

47 lioau 

48 Jowph 



Henriette 
49 Jacques OO) 

00£tn.Fr^eric(31) 

Lememe 



(38) 
(40) 



51 Fierre 

Lemtaie 
SSDamMe 
63 Naxaire 

54 Naaire 

55 Indore 
M.CeduHe 

56 Micbel (43) 

57 JeuiB*pti8te(46) 
56 Jowph (46) 
50 Isidore (28) 

Marie CMulie 
60 OUvier (23) 



Joe. Dompierre S. J. 1860 

M. Job. Terrien S.J. 1896 

Roee Pepin S.M. 1830 
Marg. Bolduc S-V. 1821 
Pierre S^verin Joncaa 

S.V. 1849 
Jean Brochu S.M. 1849 
Maiff.BaudouinaF.S.1833 
M.MartbeAud6tS.M.184l 
Restitut Bilodeau Bert. 

1844 
Clariflse Fradet 
M. AlTine Cameron B. 1863 
Genev. Rochet S.V. 1866 
M. ThATsUe Roy S.V.1842 
M.Ce8ariePigeon S.y.l856 
Charlotte Blais 
Lndger Marseau S.V. 1868 
L^ocadie Roy aChs. 1866 
Sophie Dalaire S.Frs. 1856 
Ad^ Lan^oiB S. J. 1866 
M. Chf. Blais aP.S. 1820 
LudgerMarjeau aV. 1868 
Clo^de Picard S.P.a 1838 



1 Tbomae 
ThMee 
Jean 
Lei 



SJCMI 



1 AHx 
Fran9ois 

3 Francois 
MariT 
Joeette 



COLLARD. 

Marie Louise Cr^pin 
Henri Avare aP. 1844 

M. F^icit^ Jobidon 

aP. 1826 
(1) EliE. Anbin S.P. 1840 



COLLET. 
Marie Mau 



Ev. de Lyon 



(1) M.MaiY. Tangu^aVl762 
Jos. Bi^uet .. 1820 

Francois Leclaire S. Chs. 
1794 
M. Crenevi^ve Joe. Marie Gaulin 

aF.a 1800 



Denis 

Francois 
SDenis 

Denis 

Joseph 

Lememe 
4 Frsnfois 

^laii^erite 

Mane 
5Charles 

6 Joseph 

7 Denis 



(2) Blarie Leclaire aChs. 1792 I 

Genev. Couture S.H. 1815 i 

(2) Ursule DuouetaC^ 1794 | 
Alexis Coulombe » 1821 ' 
Pierre Nolin .. 1824 i 

(3) Rosalie Genest S.U. 1830 
Soulange Bdlanger 

(8) an. 1820 , 

(3) Marg. Client aH. 1820 

<X)MEAU 



I 



1 Amand 

Lememe 

3darie Anne 

Geoeri^ve 

Victoire 

Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

Le memo 

2 Amand 
Marie 



Marie (Doulombe, 

Bert. 1767 
M. Anne Taillon 

a Chs, 1772 
Louis Penin i. 1800 

Frs. Briiwon .. 1806 

Louis Terrien S.M. 1821 



Marie Louise Jacques 

S.F.S 1806 
Marie Babineau 
Aug. Lacroix S.Chs. 1783 



COMEAU. 

3 Joseph (1) Agathe(Penen)S.Ch8. 

Marguerite 



Joseph 

4 Jean Baptiste 

5 Jowph 



1801 
Abraham Marseau 

S.Chs. 1849 



Marie Joe. Mercier 

a Chs. 1807 
M. Marth. Pepin 

a C^hs. 1823 



CORNELIER-GRANDCHAMP. 



1 Pierre 
C^ile 
Pierre 

2 Pierre 

Genevieve 

Therese 

Marie Anne 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

3 Pierre 

4 Jean Baptiste 



Marie Certain 
Charles Dub^ 



S.F. 1721 



Th^r^ 



(1) Biarie Louise Lehoux 

S.F. 1720 
Michel Morin n 1757 

Jacq. Turcot •• 1762 

Jean Leclaire n 1764 



Agathe Leclaire S.P. 1752 
M. Th^r^ Gertrude 

Beaucher S.F. 1763 
Chs. Loiseau S.F. 1792 



CORRIVEAU. 



1 Etienne 
Jacques 
Etienne 
Pierre 
Guillaume 

2 JaoQues 

M. Ang^lique 
Jacques 
Le meme 

3 Etienne 

Le meme 
Madeleine 



(Jenevi^ve 
Mar^erite 
Mane Anne 
Jacques 
Jean-Baptiste 
Etienne 
Pierre 
•4 Pierre (1) 

Anne Louis 
Marguerite 
Joseph 
Le mdme 

6 Guillaume (2) 
Marie 
M. Susanne 

6 Jean 
Mar^erite 
Mane 
Marie 

Marie Anne 
Genevieve 
Angelique 
Fran90is 

7 Jacques 
Catherine 
(1) Epouse ei 

2<»nooe 
M. Basilisse 
M. Basilisse 
Jean GuiUaume 
Pierre Simon 



Catherine Bureau S.F. 1669 



(l\ Fse. Gaboury S.M. 1693 
Jacques Badeau Q. 1725 

M. Mad. Larcheveque 

i^. 1728 
Louise Fse. Gaboury 

aM. 1700 
Jeanne Rabouin aF. 1703 
Philippe Martineau 

S.V. 1727 
Pierre Allaire .. 1733 
Aug. Marceau n 1787 
Louis Canuel u 1741 



(1) 



Anne Gaboury S-M. 1702 
Etienne Veau S-V. 1724 
Louis Terrien n 1726 



(2) 



Ambroise Foumier 

av. 

Marie R^millard S.M 
Joseph H6Ue S.V. 
Aug. Boulet ^ II 
Francoise Helie (1) 
Ignace Isabel S.V. 1738 
Antome Blais n 1743 
2*>Louis Labrecque u 1771 
Francois Caron n 1753 
Charles Pouliot 
Fran9oi8 Bacquet 



1741 
1709 
1727 
1733 



1761 
1762 



(2) 



Marie Buteau 
Pierre Pacaud 



av. 1724 
av. 1761 



J. B. Monmeny 

Jos. Gaboury S.V. 1761 

2« Andre Poire i, 1786 



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PORRIVEAU. 



Joseph 
Pasohml 
Jacques 

8 Jacques 

9 Pierre 



(3) 
(8) 



M. Elisabeth 
Marie Louise 
Th^otiste 
Etienne 

10 Jean Baptiste 
Marie 

Jean Baptiste 

11 Etienne (3) 
Marie Josette 

12 Joseph (4) 
Josette 
Josette 

13 Frau9ois (6J 

14 Jacques (7 

M. Anff^li^ue ^ 

Marie Louise 

Basile 

Charies 

Michel 

Jacques 

Le meme 

M. Fran^ise 
Marguente 

15 Joseph (7) 
M. Ang^lique 
Joseph 

LouiB 
Thomas 
Le meme 
Elizabeth 
Marie C^ile 
M. Basilisse 
Marie 
Isidore 
Antoine 

16 Paschal (7) 
M. Elizabeth 
Marie Josette 
Reine 

Marie Reine 
Marie Reine 
Jacq. Prisque 
Paschal 

17 Pierre Simon 
Lememe 

M. Fran9oise 

M. Viotoire 

M. Victoire 

Marie 

Marie Josette 

M. Catherine 

M. Basilisse 

M. Barbe 

Marguerite 

Madeleine 

Simon 

Etienne 

Lememe 

B^noni 

Joseph 

18 Jean Guill- (7) 

aume 
Le m^mo 
Marie Anne 
M. Catherine 
Fraufoise 
Joseph 



Ange Gautron S.V. 1747 
M. Blii. Fortin 

Cap. S. Ign. 1761 
Charles Bruneau S.V. 1772 



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Etienne Blais 
Francois Roy 



1786 
1791 



M. Briffitte Clouet » 1764 
IgnaceVeau .. 1779 

M.Genev.DalaireS.M.1755 
Pierre Bolduc . 1771 

M. Fse Bolduc S.Jos. 1727 
Charies Bouchard S. V. 1749 
r Louis Dodier ,. 1761 
Eliz. Courteau .. 1747 
Louise Jeanne Dup^re 

Bert. 1762 
Jos. Roberge S.V. 1783 
Jacq. Clement S.V. 1784 



M. Genev. Falardeau 

S.V. 1783 
J. B. Tangu^ .. 1803 

Frs Guilmet .. 1820 

M. Jos. Tangue S.V. 1764 
Amb. Goulet .. 1787 



M. Rose Roy S.V. 1773 
Pierre Gautron i. 1791 
Paul Gourgue n 1803 
Raphael Tangue .. 1813 
Ant. Fleury S.V. 1816 



Eliz. B^langer S.V. 1760 
Frs. Gagn*^ Bert. 1791 
J. B. Blais .. 1801 

Michel BUis .. 1804 

Jos. Morceau •• 1794 

2oJacq. Baudouin S.J.1822 



Mad. BUis Bert. 1766 
M.Chas. Tangu^ S.V. 1769 
Hyacmthe Remillard 

S.V. 17'K> 
J. B. Corriveau •• 1796 
T Frs. Parant « 1815 
Pierre Denis S. M. 1787 
Jos. Lemelin .. 1796 

J. B. Fradet ., 1800 

Michel Goupy .t 1800 
Pierre Goupy .. 1803 

Jos. Paquet .. 1803 

Jacq. Fleury .. 1810 



Jodette Lacroix n 1789 



M. Genev. Gagnon 

S.M. 1768 
M.F8e Bruneau S.V. 1773 
Antoine Harpe u 1803 
J. B. Blouin .. 1803 

J. B. Harpe .. 1803 



Louis 
Guillaume 

19 Etienne (9) M. Cath. Boivin S.V. 1786 

20 JeanBaptiste(10) M. Vict Corriveau 

aV. 1796 

21 Jacques (14) ThMae Nadeao 

S. Chs. 1781 

M. Joseph H^ie a V. 1785 
Jaoq. Roy S.V. 1803 

Midiel Veau .. 1804 
M. Anne Fortier S.M. 1793 
Frs. Couture S.Chs. 1821 
Guill. Turgeon S.6. 1823 
Louis Bouffard S.L. 1829 
Ant Forgues B. 1832 



22 Basile (14) 

Marie Louise 

Marie Louise 
28 Michel (14) 

Marie 

Marie 

Ang&le 

Marguerite 

Abraham 

Basile 

B^oni 

Michel 

Lememe 

24 Charles (14) 
(ienevi^ve 

M. Fran9oi8e 
M. Marguerite 
Ang^lique 
Charles 
Le meme 

25 Pierre 
Louise 

26 Joseph (15) 
Mane Josette 
Pierre 

Joseph 
Alexis 

27 Louis (16) 

Lememe 
Nicolas 

28 Isidore (15) 
Marie C^ile 
Marie Joaette 
M. Marguerite 
Pierre 

Fran9oi8-Xavier 
Thomas 



Biarie Marseau S.L. 1829 
Ange Tangu^ S.G. 1797 
Ls. Gangne .. 1835 

Clement Koyer S-Chs. 1827 
Jaoq. Boutin .. 1833 
Louis Boutin av. 1817 

Marie Qu^iet S.G. 1794 
Louise Demeule 
Louis Boutin S.G. 1794 
M. Jos. Roy S.V. 1785 
Michel Maurice tt 1816 



Martbe Gosselin 

aChs. 1734 
M. Ls. Morisset S-H. 1796 

C^«Ue Roy aV. 1796 

Raphael Tangu^ .. 1816 
J. B. Thibaut .. 1827 
Jos. Boutin M 1830 



Le meme 

Marie Louise 
Marie Esther 
Marie Louise 
Alexis 
29 Thomas (16) 



M. Fse. Baudouin 

aV. 1817 
Andr^ Langlois aV. 1839 
Ed. ClouUer .« 1841 

J. a Bouton H 1848 

Marg. Brousseau aV.1790 
Gr^ev. Baillargeon 

30 Antoine (16) aC. 1816 

31 Jacq. Prisque(16) M. Ursule Carbonneau 

Bert 1787 
Frs. Chretien Bert 1819 
Frs, Mercier .. 1824 

Jos. Boutin aV. 1882 



Rosalie 

Marie Luce 

M. Marguerite 

Fran9ois 

Jean 
32 Paschal (16) 

Marie 

Reine 

Paschal 

Pierre 
83 Simon (17) 

Madeleine 

Ren^ 

Pierre 

Simon 

34 Etienne (17) 

35 Joseph (17) 

36 B^noni (17) 



Reine Chartier Bert 1793 
Jacq. Banger S.G. 1819 
Ign. Qu^t f. 1824 



Mad. Mercier aM. 1799 
Jean Racine n 1821 



Marg. Couture aG. 1818 
Mai)|r- Gendron S.M. 1814 
Louise Couture ac. 1816 



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37 Jowph 



(18) 



Marguerite 
AdeCude 
Mftrie Ang^le 



Joseph 
» GuillAoine (18) 
.M. BlArguerite 
G^nevi^e 

Adelaide 

Franooie 

GaiUjuime 

JoMph 

Fr^dSric 
39 LoQtt 

Cedle 

Kio^rentieiiiie 

Louis 

Fran^is-Xavier 

Jean Baptiste 
44) Michel (23 

41 B^Doni (23 

43 Abraham (23, 

43 Bsnle (23] 

44 Charles (24) 

45 Pierre (26) 
Marie Em^e 
M. Marguerite 
Hermine 
Olivier 

Pierre 
Michel 
Fra. Anaclet 

46 Joseph (26) 

47 Alexu (26) 

49 Louis (27) 

50 Thomas (28) 

51 Frs Xavier (28) 
Francois Xavier 
Lememe 

fi2PiNTe 

53 Alexis 

54 Francois 
55Jean^ 



56 Pierre 
Tb^r^ 
Paschal 
Le meme 



(28j 
(28) 
(31) 
(31) 

(32) 



M. Marg. Tangu^ 

S.V. 1797 
Jos. Gagnoo S.V. 1821 
Jean Herpe .. 1832 

J. B. QuemeneuraM. 1839 



Marg. RouiUard S.M. 1797 
Michel Deesaint .. 1821 
Joseph Bacquet •• 1829 
T Jean Forgu«« •• 1861 
Joseph Baoquet .• 1851 



M. C^ileRoy aV. 18(» 
Jean Roy t. 1823 

Ign. L^toumeau n 1839 



Judith Dalaire S.G. 1818 
G^nev. Bisson aChs. 1826 
Mad. Bouffard S.L. 1830 
Apolline Bouffard 

S.L. 1836 
Archange Dalaire 

aChs. 1828 
Marie Bolduc S.V. 1812 
Kli8e Dang[ueur n 1842 
Jean Mercier •• 1843 
Fni. Audet „ 1846 



Marg. Turgeon S.G. 1820 
M. Euphrosine Dorval 

S.F.S. 1820 
Marg. Boutin aG. 1816 
Maroslline Th^berge 

aF.a 1831 
M. Dina Patry B. 1836 

Em^renoe Beaucber B. 1839 
Marie Bouffart S.V. 1838 
Desanges Lain^ •• 1850 
C^le Lavoie Bert. 1816 
^L Ang^le Nadeau 

Bert. 1818 
Ther^ Tangu^ S.V. 1819 
Hubert Habar Bert. 1846 



Marcelline Baoquet 

aG. 1828 
S7 Paschal (32) Catb. CSameron S.G. 1825 



WRen^ 

Jean 

Pierre 
MPiene 

Pierre 

Le meme 

Adelaide 

60 Simon 

61 Joseph 
Pierre 

62B^Doni 

63 Guillaome 

64 Frtn9ots 
^SoulMige 
66 Joseph 
66Fr^<feic 



(33) M.Ang^GagnonaM.1824 



(33) Sophie Gagnon aM. 1828 

Ade Gourgue S.M. 1835 
Telesphore Roy m 1862 
(33) Marg. C^bamberlan 

aM. 1829 

(37) M. Fse Cagnon aM. 1821 

Mai]||r. Gagnon aM. 1840 
Louise Morisset » 1819 
Ang(^le Couillard B. 1825 
FlavienGolet aL. 1847 

(38) Ang^Baccmet S.M. 1841 
(88) M. Marg. Mercier 

aM. 1854 



(X)RRIVEAU. 



67 Louis (39) M. Marg. Marseau 

aV. 1827 

Ad6 Herpe aV. 1839 

FlavieDessaintaF.a 1830 
Etn. Fr^eric Blais 

aV. 1867 
Theodore Catelier 

S.V. 1862 



Damase 
LemSme 

68 Frs Xavier (39) 
Flavie Adeline 

M. Malvina 

Joseph L^ger 
Ferainand 

69 JeanBaptiste(39) 

D^Uma 

D^lima 

Malvina 

PercN&tue 

M. Pom^la 

M. Valine 

M. Mathilde 

Louis Nazaire 

Octave 

Elz^ar 

Phil^as 

70 Michel (45) 

71 Frs Anaclet (45) 
Delphine 

72 Olivier (46) 

73 Pierre (48) 

74 Nicolas (27) 
76 Frs Xavier (61) 

76 Paschal (56) 

77 Jean (58) 



78 Pierre 



(58) 

IS} 



79 Pierre 

80 Pierre 
Le m^e 

81 Damase (67) 

82 Ferdinand (68) 

83 Jos. Ludger (68) 

84 Loui8Nazaire(69) 

85 Octave 

86 Elzear 

87 Phileas 

88 Paschal 
Le meme 



Perp^tue Dessaint 

aF.a 1837 
Eus^be Roy S. V. 1860 
T Jacq. Lain^ .. 1866 
Prudent Blais i. 1865 
Benoni Buteau m 1806 
Pierre Catellier .i 1866 
Ulderic Fortin .. 1870 
Stonislas Roy u 1870 



Sophie Boutin S.V. 1848 
Em^lie Helie .. 1848 

Jaoo. BacQuet %% 1870 
M. Marcelline Bolduc 

aM. 1850 
Archange HeUe S.V. 1857 
Brigitte Lacroix S.G. 1828 
M. Eliza Turgeon B. 1867 
Zo^ Baudouin S.V. 1853 
M. Belzemire Letellier 

S.M. 1866 
M. Mathilde Bacquet 

aM. 1856 
Julie Helie S-M. 1853 
M. Fse Roy aM. 1840 
Anne Baoquet S.M. 1847 
Marcelline Brochu 

S.V. 1846 
Sophie Talbot av! 1854 
M. Philom^ne Catellier 

a V. 1863 
Eulalie Roy S.V. 1801 



1867 



I Flore Bolduc » 

) Marcelline Fleury » 

Sara Lainare m 

Sophie Audet 

Marcelline Vien S.Chs. 1860 



1870 



COTlfe. 



1 Jean 
Simone 
Louise 
Louise 
Martin 
M<athieu 
Noel 
Jean 

2 Louis (1) 
Madeleine 

Louis 

3 Jean (1) 
Jean Baptiste 
Noel 

Guillaume 
Pierre 

Le meme 

Marie 

M. Charlotte 

Genevieve 



Anne Martin Q. 1685 

Pierre Soumande u 1649 
Jean Grignon n 1663 



Eliz. Langlois Q. 1667 

Louis Lemieux 

Cap.S.Ign. 1682 

Anne Couture Q. 1667 



(jrenev. Verdon Q. 1686 

Andr^Allier " 1733 

Francois Tinon S.P. 1705 

Louis Boissel A.G. 1709 



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(1) 



Joseph 

JeMi 

Igoaoe 

Gabriel 
4 Martin 

Mari<^ 

Elisabeth 

Maiguerite 

Marguerite 

Pierre 

Jean 
6 Noel 

Lonise 

Anne 

Jacques 

Augustin 

6 Mathieu (1) 
M. Charlotte 
Marie Anne 
Mathieu 
Pierre Mathieu 
Martin 

7 Louis (2) 
Joseph 

Paul 
IsidorH 
Joseph 
Jean 

8 JeanBapti8te(3) 
SeignuerdeTIsle 

9 Noel (3) 
Pierre 

10 Pierre (3) 
Ursule 
Auffustin 

11 GuUlaume 

12 Joseph (8) 
Joseph 
Le m^me 
Gabriel 

13 Jean (3) 
Ignace 

14 Ignace (8) 

Marie 

V^ronique , 
Ang^lique 
Th^cle 
Thecle 
Joseph 
Ix)uis 
Augustin 

15 Gabriel 
10 Jean 

Marie Anne 
M. Madeleine 
Marie Ther^se 
Marie Helene 
Marie Louise 
Pierre 
Jean 
17 Pierre 



Susanne Pag^ C.R. 1667 
GuilL Couture S.P. 1681 
Pierre Piohet .. 1703 

Andr^ Parent n 

V Noel Marooux, Beauport 
1701 

H^l^e Graton 

Annette Jaladon S.P. 1698 

Francois Poe6 « 1710 



Eliz. Gravel 1660 

Fran9oiaGosselinS.P. 1688 
Louis Pichet t. 1710 



G^^v. Bemier Cap. S.Ign. 

mi 



Francoi8eChoretS.P. 1696 

Verte 

M. Mad. Drouin S.F. 1696 

M. Chs. RondeauaP. 1707 
Louis Langlois m 1785 

Clotilde Amelot L. 1719 
Thereee Huot A.G. 1711 

Jeanne Roussin A.G. 1780 

Mad. Huot A.G. IHO 

Veronique Hubert A.G. 

1733 
Jaoq. Poliquin S. Chs. 1761 
J. B. ValiSre » 1767 

Joseph Goulet u 1776 
Etienne Turgeon » 1775 
2o Joseph Carrier Q. 1797 



Cecile Gosselin Q. 1739 
M. Anne Langlois Beauport 

Louis Pichet a P. 1710 
Charles Roberge u 1720 
Jean Leclaire i* 1720 

Francois Leclaire Q. 1732 
Charles Lerreau Q. 1740 



Madeleine 

Ursule 

Joseph 

18 Jacques 

19 Augustin 



(5) 
(5) 



Marie Joeette 
Marie Josette 
M. Madeleine 
Francois 
Joseph 
Pierre 



Marie BaiUargeon S.P. 

1707 
Augustin Dupile S.P. 1748 
Francois Paradis .• 1749 

Mad. Rondeau S.P. 1706 
M. Mad. BaillargeonS.L. 

1720 
J. B. Rousseau S.P. 1751 
2= Jean Godbout S.L. 1762 
Ign. Leclaire S.P. 1748 



20 Martin (6) 
Marguerite 
Jean Francois 
Etienne 
Michel 

Louis 
Jean 

21 Pierre Mathieu 

(6) 
Mane Anne 
Madeleine 
Marie Josette 
Genevieve 
Joseph 

22 Mathieu (6) 
Pierre 

23 Joseph (7) 

24 Joseph (7) 

25 Isidore (7) 
. Th^r^se 

Joseph 

•fean Baptiste 
Le meme 

26 Jean (7) 
Jean Baptiste 

27 Paul (7) 



Veronique 
Joseph « 
28 Pierre 



Biarg. Ferlant 
Joseph r 



S.P. 1696 
B. 1740 



(9) 



Dorothy ^ 
M. Anff^licjue 
Jean llarie 
Antoine 
Joseph 
Jacques 

29 Augustin (10) 
M. Angelique 

30 Joseph (12) 
Michel 

A Gabriel (12) 

31 Ifl:nace (18) 
Marie Josette 
Marie Joeette 
Le meme 
Madeleine 
Joseph 

32 Louis (11) 

Marie 

Marie Anne 
Louis 
Le meme 
Angelique 
Le meme 
Marie Jobette 

Marie Louise 
Abraham 
Joseph 
^ Augustin (14) 
Marguerite 
Ignact- 
Jean 
Louis 

34 Joseph (14) 
Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 
Louis 
Lemdme 
Lememe 

35 Jean (16) 

36 Pierre (16) 
Marie Louise 
Genevieve 



Genev. Ferlant aP. 1707 
Pierre Coulombe i« 1739 
J. B. Poolet .. 1740 

Louis Goulet •• 1740 

Chariev Dorval .« 1746 

Fran^oise DupUeaP. 1710 

Eliz. Couillard aTha 1716 
Marg. Couillard R 1726 
M. G^^v. Boocfaard 
Germ. Morin aP.a 1760 



M. Anne Bacon aP.ai758 
Marthe Fortin Cap S. Ign. 

1729 
Genev. Langlois S.Tho. 

1784 
Charles ConilUid h 1761 

Dorothy Bfarseaa S-Fra. 

1720 
J. B. Bonneau a P. 1743 
Michel Emood » 1753 



M. Joe. Chabot aP. 1764 
Ant. Couture .. 1788 

Anne Jobidun C. R. 1740 

Heltee Pichet a P. 1768 
M. Jos. Paradis .. 1753 
Francois Hubert A.G. 1782 
T Charles Fortier a J. 1794 
Mad. Rinpel A.G. 1758 
Jean Huot • u 1788 

M. Ange. Vali^re 

aChs. 1757 
Pierre Vincent » 1782 
Joseph Leclaire tf 1785 

Marie Noel a M. 1770 
Jacques Schink aChA.1791 
M. Ls. Bruneau S.V. 1775 
Augustin Nadeau 

aChs.1804 
Jacques Blais » 1805 



M.Jos. Couture aChs.1762 
Paschal Gendron it 1789 



Marie Tnrgeon S.M. 1768 



Cath. CAt^ aChs, 1797 
Ang^ Guay R 1817 

Genev. Tr^panier C.R. 1721 
Marg. D^Uge S.L. 1726 
Andr^ Provost aP. 1769 
Fianfoi^ Cr^peau •• 1769 



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MMgaerite 
Joseph 
Pierre • 

37 JoMph (17) 
ThMae 

Marie Joaette 
Marie 

Geoeri^ve 
Angt^liqoe 
Pierre 
JoMph 

38 Francois 
Looia 

Jean Baptiate 
39Claiide 



J. fi. Laoglois 



Marie Paradia 
Amb. Leolaire 
T Gah. Rouleau 
Tx>ui8 Pichet 
Germ. Ratt^ 
Pierre Roberge 
Fraufoifl HalU 



H^l^e Thivierge 



1769 



S P. 1760 
1765 



1777 
1774 
1779 
1787 
1810 



M. Genev. Baudouin 

Q. 1728 



Charlea Claude 
10 Fran^oia (19) Agn^ Rouaseau S.L. 1751 

FraoQoia 
n Pierre (19) 

12 Joseph (19) 

JoHeph 

Jean 

Franooia 
43 JeanBaptiBte(20) 

Marie 



Genev. (Sodbout S.L. 1762 
Th^r^Dorval u 1768 



Genevi^Te 

ThMM 

Looiae 

H Josette 
44 JeanFrmoooi8<20) 

Marie 

Catherine 

Catherine 

Marie Joaette 

Franooia 
45£tienDe 

Joaeph 
46Loair 
47Midiel 



M. Lb. Bouffart S.L. 1783 
Laurent Goaaelin 

aCha.1757 
Franooit Gurnet i* 1759 
Claude Drapeau .. 1762 
Jean Baillaigeon i« 1767 
Amb. Conlombe •• 1780 
M. Cath. Paquet aL. 1787 
Chaa. Provo9t S.Ch8.1764 
Gab. Renaud .. 1769 

2* Joaeph COt^ .. 1797 
Auguatm Tangu^ •• 1775 



(20) Marie Gontier B. 1739 



COTJft. 



(20) 
(20) 



M. Lft. B^hard B. 1741 
Eliz. Gontier .. 1747 



48 Joaepb (21) Blarie Baudon S.P. :785 
Jean Bapdite 

49 Pierre (22) 

50 Joaeph (25) 



Monique 

Tb^i^ae 

JeanBaptiste 

Joaeph 

Franfoia 

laidore 

Etienne 
51 JeanBapti8te(25) 

Genevieve 

Marie Anne 

JeanPaul laidore 
63 JeanBapdste(26) 



Joaette Charlan S.F. 1784 
y^ronique Mathieu 

S.P.a 1770 
Aug. Pfoulx n 1798 

Jacq. Campbell •. 1802 



Augustin 

53 Joaeph 
Joaeph 

54 Franyoia 
Marie Fran^oiae 
Agathe 

Angelique 
Jean Baptiate 
Gabriel 
Francoia 
55Jean^arie (28) 



Bl. Anne Blouin S.P.S.1771 
Jaoq. Talbot .. 1798 

Jacq. Bemier •• 1800 

M. Marthe Boulet 

S.Tho. 1761 



(27) Elis. B^langer aTha 1767 



Genev. Plante 
Fra. Noel a P. 1780 

J. B. Paradii .. 1781 

Pierre Noel Fortier .. 1784 
Jaoq. Gourdeau » 1787 



Marie Marthe Ruel 

aL. 1747 
M Joaeph (28) Marie Th^e Eraond 

* aFrs. 1763 



Marie Franooiae 
Marie Charlotte 
Marie Louise 

Marie Ang^lique 
Marie Anne 
Michel 
Le mepie 
Le meme 

57 Antoine (28) 

Antoine 

58 Jaoquea 
Mai^erite 
Mane Genevieve 

Madeleme 
Jean Marie 
Auguatin 
Jaoquea 
Ambroiae 

59 Michel (3D) 
Jean Bte. 

60 Joaeph (31) 
Ignaoe 

61 Louia (32) 
Bonaventure 
Louia 

62 Joaeph (32) 

63 Abraham (32) 

Franooiae 

64 Iffnaoe (33) 
Blarie 

Ignaoe 
Louis 

65 Louia (33) 
Angt^e 
Louise 
Archange 

66 Jean 

67 Louis 
Lememe 



(33) 



Marie 

Amable 

Jaoques 

68 Joaeph (84) 

69 Louia (34) 
Franooiae 

Le meme 

Luce 
Luce 
B^oni 
Thomas 

70 JeanBapti8te(34) 
Marie 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiate 

George 

Francois Xavier 

71 Pierre (36) 

72 Joseph (36) 
Th^rese 
Ang^lique 
Madeleine 
Mari^ Joaette 
Joseph 

73 Joaeph 
Jean Marie 
Paul 

74 Joseph (37) 

Soolastiquo 



Frs. Dupuis S.H. 1783 
Ls. Lncaaeo n 1790 

Pierre Noel Quemeneur 

aH. 1796 
Joe. Boutin aV. 1798 
Pierre Fortier .. 1799 

Marie Sueor S.Chs. 1791 
Marie Eliz.H<^lie aH.1801 
Marie Ange Terrien . 

aj. 1767 

Marg. Gendron S.F.ai762 
Joe.Morin aH. 1787 

Jean Baptiste Cantin 

S.H. 1791 
Lb. Curadeau .. 1801 



Brigitte Thibaut a Aug. 
Marie Huot A.G. 1811 
Marie Vinoent aC. 1784 



•rgue 
Marie Fse. Tangu^ 

aCha. 1808 
Pierre Inoonnu <• 1830 
Genev. Dalaire B. 1791 
Chs. Auclair a Henri 1820 



Fse, Pilote S.Henri 1798 
Philippe Pelohat aG.1821 
Jos. Boulet I. 1823 

Chs. Pouliot .. 1821 

Marie Anne Gautron 

an. 1806 
Grenev. Carrier 
Tb^r^ PouqueviUe 

a Marie 1776 
J.Bte. Simoneau aH.1805 



Genev. Claiaae B. 1790 
Louise Munro ' u 1793 
Cha. Tangu^ .. 1816 

Marie Ls. Turgeon 

aM. 1803 
J. Bte. H^lie B. 1829 

y Benoni Roy .. 1836 



Marie Chs. Munro B. 1794 
Nic. Pouliot .. 1824 



Marg. Barbel S.P. 1752 
Th<^r^ Ferland .. 1765 
Ign. Paquet •. 1786 

Basile Thivierge S.P. 1792 
Frs. Simard .. 1794 

Barth. Paquet .. 1803 

Marie Fse. Morin 



Marie Reine Crepeau 

S.P. 1793 
Jaoq. Roberge i. 1833 



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76 liOoU 

Lememe 



Alexis 
77 JeADBapti8te(d8) 



OOTA 

Frs. R^s Roberge 

S.P. 1886 

(37) Th^r^ Robeige .. 1803 

(38) Charlotte NonDand 

8.Tho. 1776 
Vdronique Cornelier 

S.Tho. 1781 



Francois 

78 Charl<« 

Claude 
Marie Madeleine 

79 Francis (40) 
Marie Fran^oise 
Jean 
Francois 

Abel 

80 Louis 
Antoine 

81 Joseph (42) 
C^ile 
Marguerite 
Antoine 
Joseph 

82 Jean (42) 
Jean 

Noel 

Joseph 

Etienne 

83 Francis (42) 
Louise 
Fran^ise 

84 Francois (44) 
Joseph 
LemSme 

Marie 
Catherine 
An«:^lique 
Ang^ique 
LemSme 
86 Joseph (46) 

Mane 
Genevieve 
Louis 
Joseph 

86 Fntn9oi8 (47) 

Joseph 

Lememe 

Josette 

87 JeanBapti8te(48) 
Louise 
Elizabeth 
Etienne 

Jean 
Pierre 

88 Joseph (50) 
Marie Josette 
Sophie 

Julie 
C^sarie 

89 Francois (50) 

Marie Flavie 

90 Isidore (60) 

Marie Rose 

91 Etienne (50) 
Olive 



Marie Roger Aubin 

S.Tha 1793 



(39) Eliz. Proulx 



1764 



Ls. Roy S.Miehel 1794 
Fse. Morisset S.M. 1774 
Pierre Dupont .. 1804 



Ang^LacasM 

Mai^. Goeaelin S.Lr. 1790 
Ant Rouleau » 1824 

Etn. Paradis .. 1842 



MaiK. Oodbout aO. 1794 



Marie Ls. BriMonaM.1794 
Chs. Leoours S.G. 1828 
Isaac Filion .. 1880 

LouUNadeau S.Ch8.1768 

Marie H^l^ne Tangu^ 

aM. 1778 
Clement Bissoo aCh8.1800 
Alexis Couture *% 1808 
Chs. Pouliot .. 1809 

r Michel Roy .. 1812 
Cath. Boiseel .. 1798 

Elit. Lemelin aM. 1778 
Pierre Noel Brisson u 1796 
Andr^ Baoquet .. 1812 



Marie Ls. Proulx 

a Chs. 1775 

Marg. Balan S.M. 1788 
Jo8.Blais .1 1823 

Marie Ls. Turgeon m 1767 
Chs. Couture S.Chs. 1787 
Michel Gagnon .. 1802 



ManeLs.Gagn6 S.P.S.lSOl 
J. Bte. Hamais n 1823 
Thomas Blais » 1828 
Jos. Simoneau •• 1834 . 
Benj. Blais .. 1838 ^ 

Marie Gene v. I^febvre i 

a Tho. 1802 I 
Ls. Langlois S.P.S. 1827 
V^ronique Mejcier 

a Tho. 1811 
Fr8.>X. Bouchard 

aP.S.l835 
Josette Coulomlie 

a Tha 1812 
Frs.-Xavier Caron 

aP.S.1838 



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93 Jean Paul (61) 

Isidore 
Th^rese 
Franc* >ise 
Chs. Th^hile 

94 Augustin (62) 
Greneviive 
Augustin 

95 Joseph (12) 
Elizabeth 
Lememe 

96 Fraii9oit (54) 
Marie 

H^l^ne 

Marie 

Th^Ie 

Euphrosine 

Augustin 

Francois 

97 Jeanfiaptiste(54) 
Pierre 

98 Gabnel (64) 

99 Antoine (67) 

LemSme 
Marie 
Marie Anne 

100 Antoine 
Marie 

Marie Viotoire 
Marie Louise 
Maiguerita 

101 Ambioise (58) 

Marie Th^e 

102 Jacques (68) 

103 Augustin (68) 

104 Jean Marie (68) 

105 JeanBapti8te(69) 

Lememe 

106 Ignaoe (60) 

107 Louis (61) 
106 Bonaventure (61) 

109 Ignaoe (64) 

110 Louis (64) 

111 Jacques (67) 

112 Amable (67) 

Le meme 

113 B^noni (69) 

114 Thomas (69) 

116 Michel (66) 

Marie Umule 
Marie Louise 
Josette 

Marie Genevieve 
Marie Ang^lique 

Christine 

116 JeanBaptiste(70) 
Flavie 
Thomas 

Jean Baptiste 

117 Fran9ois (70) 

Xavier 

118 Pierre (70) 

Le m^me 

119 Georges (70) 



Fdlicit^Roy a VaUer 1815 
Marie ThMse Takm 

. ap.ai793 

Etn. Proulx .. 1820 

Pierre Poitras tt 1837 

Ang^. JoDoas aThal784 
Jo8.Gagne .. 1812 

Ells. Foumier .. 1788 
Ls. Gaumont m 1813 

Marie Marg. Morin » 1811 
Mad. FortieraPierrel798 
Ls. Vermet » 1801 

Gab. Boraau h 1808 
Aug. Nolin .. 1817 

Jean Marie Audibrat 

a Jean 1818 
Jean Roger .. 1882 



Mad. Rouleau S.Pierra 1794 

Genev.Pr^mont aFre.1798 
Marie Gener. Bilodeau 

aHenri 1783 
Marie Alaire h 1785 
Etn. Guillot .. 1814 

Chs. Maranda » 1830 
G^ev. CouiUard 
Chs. TrembUy 

a He&ril804 
Aug. Verieul n 1806 

Jean Frs. Martin » 1819 
Joe. Bouchard S-Tbo. 1820 
Marie Thdde Pichet 

a Pierre 1795 
Etn. Roberge aHeari 1816 
Rosalie Boulet .. 1806 
Mai^. Pepin » 1810 
Susanne Cantin .. 1813 
Josette Thibaudeaa 

Cap Sant^ 1809 
Marie Marchand 

Grondines 1813 
Ange Drouin aF. 1888 
Genev. HeUe S-G. 1793 
Marg. Leclaire •• 1819 
Maiv. Fortier a Henri 1814 
Fse. Blais » 1818 

Marie Ls. Dubois » 1807 
Charlotte Fontaine 

S. Henri 1809 
Bfarie Julien a Pierre 1828 
Marie Reine Th^berge 

aMll889 
Marie Ange Fontaine 

aP.a 1880 
CecUe Morin aHenri 1788 
Joe. Boutin .. 1809 

Chs. Lemelin .. 1811 
Pierre Ferlant » 1814 
Pierre Boutin h 1816 
Michel Qn^ret 

a Valier 1812 
Pierre S^rWeste » 1880 
Ange Penin Levin 1888 
Piene Turgeon B.1847 



Marie Ls. Tuiveon 

a Chs. 1825 
Ang^le Shinck 

a Michel 1825 
Julie Roy B.1831 

Marie Jos. Martin B.1827 



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OOTE. 

MArieC^ina Hoiior6 Turgeon 6.1869 
ISO JoMph (72) B(UrieMartel S. Pierre 1800 

. Th^oliste Pierre Leroux •. 1880 

Marthe Lb. Genoheau .. 1837 



(73) Genev. Lemieux 

S.Tha 1772 

(73) Marg. DaiUet S. Tho.1777 
Mtdie) Blais Bert.1808 

(74) RosaUeGendreau S.L.1831 
Roiniile Cbrittophe Kaoine 

a Fi«Tel868 
(76) ADg;^ Gendraan S.L.1819 
Marie Ls. Nadeau 
Jean-BaptistoGuay B.1830 
Cbs. Goulet B.1830 

£A. Girard B.1837 

Elix. Baron 

J. Bte. AUire S. Valterl831 
Fn. Roby .. 1886 

Genev. McNeil 



m 

Paul 
19 Jean Marie 

OcMMlanoe 
123 Charles 

Seolastiqne 



U4 Alexia 
135 Jean-Baptisto 
Sophie 
Mannierite 

AdSklde 
195 Joa^ 

Julie 

JoaMte 
127 Loaia 

Amable 
12B JeaO'Bapiiate 

Marie Rose 
12» JeMi-Bap^ate 

Jean-Baptiate 
lao Jeaa-Baptiate 

Lememe 



131 

Edonard 
132 Fraogots 

mPhuioota 
134J«an^ 
135 Abel 

13S Aatoine 
Lemdme 



Marie Cba. Dub6 3 Piatolea 
Cha. Paquet B.1885 

BrigitteRatt^ 

Marie Joa. Jaoquea Quebec 
Tb^iate Tangu^ 

S. Cha. 1883 



137 Joaeph 
Marw 
Mathilde 

138 Antoine 
13B Jean 

Charka 
140Joaeph 
141 Rtieniie 
mNoel 
148 Joaeph 

ApoUine 

Marie CharloUe 

Marie Charlotte 



(77) Em^Ue L^toomeao 

a p o 1 Q29 

(79) Marg. Leclaire a Cha'.1800 

(79) Maig.BeaiidoinaF.ai805 

(79) Mam Angd Pilet 

S. Henri 1802 

(89) Bilarie BCanxrax aG.1802 
Marie Fae. Biaaon 

a Cha.ia35 

(81) Marie Briaaon aG . 1820 
Ant AudetaLanrentl846 
La. Boaffart Quebec 1866 

(81) EUx. Hoot S.Laurent 1826 



(82) Mad. Fortier aG.1819 



(82 
(S2 
(82) 
(84) 



Martin 

Maroel 

Joaeph 

144 Joaeph 

Ang^ 
Pierre 
Lememe 



FaeBoulet S.G.182S 

Cath. Goulet .. 1826 

Ang4 Coutnre m 1827 
Marie Cha.Roy aCh8.1798 
Maroel Monmeny m 18.^1 
J.-BteCAt^ .. 1836 

2° Joa. Merder » 1842 
Jean Audet i. 1840 



I 



(86) Blarie Ang^ Gagnon 

S.M.1802 
Fra. Client 8.M.1825 

Marie Anne Fradet 

aG.1812 
Marc Clement S . M . 1839 
Zo^ NioolaaRoy .. 1846 

Looiae Antoine outnre » 1844 

Eaphmaine Paul Lacroix n 1858 

Aodt^ 
145 Loaia (86) Ange Tangue S.G.1809 

m J»^ (86) Fie. Trahan a Cha. 1807 

147 Pierre (87) Marie Genev. Biaaonnet 

aM.1796 
Agathe B^noni Biaaon a Cha. 1824 



C0T6. 

Marie Generi^ve Joa. Gagnon S. Cha. 1825 
Marie Jean-Baptiate Couture 

a Ch8.1840 
Flavie Joa Damaae Provoat 

a C^1847 
Miohel 
Jean 
Pierre 

148 Jean (87) H^l^ne Forgue S.M.1797 
Marie Jaoq. Qu^ret S . G . 1821 
F^licit^ Gab. Terrien S G . 1822 
Olive Fra. Goaatain S.G . 1825 
Benoni 

Jean 

149 Etienne (87) Marg.BoutinaVaUerlSOO 
Marguerite . Ant. Couture S.G. 1824 
Franooia 

160 Auguatin (94) Cath. Couillard S.Tho.l815 

Norbert 
151 Auguatin (96) Marg. Canac a Fra.1814 
Marcelline Jean Damaae Godbout 

8. Pierro 1862 
162 Franooia (96) Marie Anne Maupaa 

a Pierre 1807 
168 Pierre (97) Marg. Chatimy 

S. Pierre 1821 
154 CharleaTh^(93) Marie Ange Pioard 

phUe S.P.8.18^ 

Th^phile 
166 Joaeph Ange Roy 

166 Paul MathUde Gagnon 

lale Verte 
Joaeirfi Val^re 
157 Louia Marie Ang^ Fabaa a Tho. 

FranQoiae Jean Baptiate Blaia 

8.P.S. 1814 

168 Thomaa (116) Marie Vien B. 1861 

169 Jean Bapt. (116) Marie C^lanire Talbot 

B. 1851 

160 Joaeph (120) Soolaatique Goaaelin 

S. Pierre 1830 
G^nev. Ad^le Jean Baaile Goulet 

S. Pierre 1865 
Marie Philom^e Narciaee Drouin 

a Pierre 1862 
Marie C^lina NareiBae Nap. Robeige 

a Pierre 1869 
Joaeph Octave 
Edouard 

161 Magloire (120) Marie Marthe Goulet 

a Pierre 1846 
Marie Celina Victor Ferland 

S. Pierre 1867 

162 Paul (121) Marie Anne Blaia 

ap.a 1818 

ThonuM 
168 Amable (127) Marie Joa Chabot 

aCha. 1832 

164 Jean Bapt (129) Marie Cha Cot^ 

aCha. 1836 

165 Edouard (131) Pauline L^tourneau 

S F 1838 

166 Charlea (131) Cath. Aube S.Chs! 1853 

167 Joaeph (143) Vf^ronique Goaaelin 

S.Cha. 1825 
Ang^le ' Jean Durand S.Cha. 1853 

Le meme Julie Turgfeon S.Cha. 1841 

L^ocadie Joa Couture S.Cha. 1861 

168 Martin (143) Damaaile Gagnon 

S-M. 1843 

169 Maroel (148) MarieGontier S.Cha. 1848 

170 Pierre (144). Marie Joa Marcoux 

S.M. 1832 
Le meme Em^renoe Gagnon 

S.M. 1862 



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171 Andre 



(144) 



Le meme 
172 Fnmgoii (145) 



173 Pierre 

174 Michel 



(147) 
(147) 



Marie ConstMioe 
L^ocadie 

175 Jean (147) 

176 Jean (148) 

177 B^noni (148) 

178 Francois (149) 

179 Norbert (150) 

180 ThtophUe (154) 

181 JoMph (166) 

182 JcMeph Va- (166) 

l^re 
188JoeephOo. (160) 

tave 
184 Edouard (160) 
186 Thomas (162) 



Constance Catellier 

S.M. 1844 
Henriette Ratt^ S.m! 1868 
Philom^e Couture 

aChs. 1862 
Marg. Paquet S.Chs. 1826 
Constance Mercier 

S.Chs.1830 
Tho. Picard S.Chs. 1868 
Frs Gurnet S.Chs. 1861 
Julie Couture S.Chs. 1840 
G^ev. Marooux S.G. 1821 
Marg. Couture aChs. 18S6 
Fse Dion S.G. 1829 

G^nev. Thibault 

S. Valier 1840 
Agn^B^laoger 

^. Valier 1866 
Ans[^e Tumon B. 1863 
Phtlom^ne Noel 

8. Laurent 1866 
Apdine C^lina Goulet 

S.P. 1862 
Luce Dion S.Frs. 1862 
Euphrosine Shinck 

a 1849 



COTIN-DUGAL 



1 Jugal 

Elizabeth 

Marie 

Fran^oise 

Mathieu 

Louis 

Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

Charles 

2 Louis (1) 



3 Mathieu 



(I) 



Marie Tb^r^ 
Le meme 

4 Joseph (I) 

5 Charlc* (I) 

6 Jean Baptiste (1) 

7 

8 Pierre 
Genevieve 

9 Augustin 

Madeleine 
Pierre 

10 Louis 
Marie Anne 
Julie 
Julie 
Michel 
Louis 
Pierre 
Francoig Xavier 

11 Pierre (0) 
Marie Claire 

Luc or Elie 

12 Louis (10) 

Soulanges 
Marie Jo»ette 



Etiennette Baudoo 

Que. 1672 
Jean P^nisson S.Aug. 1707 
Jean B^land S. Aug. 1710 
AntGaboury S. Aug. 1713 



Jeanne B^land 

Pte Tremble 1709 
Charlotte Meunier 

S. Aug. 1709 
Ls Chretien Qui. 1744 
Marie S^vigny 1749 

Marie Chs. Gaboury 

S. Aug. 1709 
Th^r^ Gaboury 

S. Aug, 1720 
Mad. Bourbeau 

S. Aug. 1722 

Marie Thivierge S.F.S. 
Gab' Frs Ferland 

S. Valier 1780 
Charlotte Fluet ? Turet ? 

Chs Bourg. 
Pierre Maupas B. 1783 

Mad. Bernard 
Aug. Morin S.M. 1803 
Barth. Pepin S.M. 1822 
r Frs Blouin S. Jean 1825 



Fse Lacroix S. Michel 1789 
Jean Bte Langlois 

S.F.S. 1819 

Marie Jos Bacquet 

S. Valier 1808 
Ant.PouliotS. Michel 1835 
Andr^ Dalai re 

8. Michel 1838 



5-6 EDWARD VIU A. 1906 

COTIN-DUGAL. 

Florence Frs B^laoger 

S. BAichel 1849 
Charles Domicile 
Louis 
David 
Francois 

13 Pierre (10) P^lagie Pioard 

& Michel 1812 
Marie P^lagie Paul Lacroix 

a Midiel 1847 
Marie Eudooe Honor^ Baoquet 

S. Michel 1845 
Josette Paul Turcot a Jean 1845 

Narcisse 
Pierre 
Louis 
Le meme Euphrosine Paquet 

SrMidiell842 

14 Francois Xa- (10) Marie Ls. RousmI 

▼ier S. Jean 1830 

Rose Ls. Pepin S. Jean 1866 

15 Michel (10) Sophie Gautron a M. 1835 

16 Luc ou Elie (U) Marie Bernard aV. 1820 
Charles 

17 Louis (12) Genev. Asoelin 

St. Michel 1839 
Marie Honorine Romuald Alpbon ^ 
Olyrope St. Miobel 1 

18 David (12) Marg. Martineau 

St. Michel 1843 
Le mSme Julie Roy u 1846 

19 Francois (12) Anastasie Martineaa 

aM.1842 

20 Charles Domi-<12) Ad4 Bacqu«t 

oiUe St. Valier 1858 

21 Pierre (13) Fse.GontieraLaai«itl841 
Pierre Damien 

22 Narcisse (13) Caroline Dion 

St. Michel 1845 
28 Louis (13) Henriette Tr^panier 

St. VaUer 1845 
24 Charles (16) Marie Paqnet B. 1861 

26 Pierre Da- (21) Blarie Luce 01]rmpe 

mien Audet St. Michel 1865 



COUET. 

Marie Mauger 

Jean Lediore aF. 1669 

Mad. Deleoffre 

Aug. Tangue 

St. Michel 1791 

(2) Marie Matg. Fortin 

aM 1784 
Joachim Vali^reaM! 1812 



1 Michel 
Marie 

2 Louis 
Catherine 

Louis 

3 Louis 

Marie 

Louis 

Andr^ 

Benjamin 

Michel 

Joseph 

4 Louis (8) ThMse Gautron 

St. Michel 1810 
Anastasie Pierre Betel «. 1836 

Em^lie Jos. Roy .t 1839 

Elisabeth Naisaire Marcouse 

St. Michel 1842 
Jacques * 

Louis Prosper 

5 Andre (3) Louise Roy aM. 1819 

6 Joseph (3i MarieCh8.B]ais aP.ai822 

7 Benjamin (3) Marie Gen^v. Baoquet 

SJJ.1828 
Em^lie Fs. Xavier Bolduc 

St Michel 1847 
Marie Mathilde Jean Bacquet » 1853 



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CX)UET. 

8 Michel (3) Eliz. Nadeau St Mich 1831 

9 JcAD Bftpiiste Marie Roee Chouinard 
MarynMnte Gh4. Larriv^ B. 1822 

10 ProMier (4) Cath. Turgeon S.M. 1841 

Mane Jo«. Bel- Ktn. Semin Bedard 
wmire * aM. 1865 



11 LodM 
Lememe 

12 Jaoqoe* 

1 Gnillauiiie 



(5) Euphrosime Maroouz 

S.M. 1843 
Marie Eliz. Fradet 

S.M. 1862 
(4) Reine Cote St. Valier 1854 

COUILLARD. 



Ouillemette Ilebert 

Que. 1621 
Charles 
(voillauine 
2 Gmllaume 
Louia 
Jacques 
SChariesTho- (1) Marie Paquet 



(1) Genev. Deepres Que. 1653 
Que. 1668 



Charl«« Marie (>) 

Le meme Louise Oouture 1688 

Marie Alexandre Morel B. 1724 

Bdargoerite Joe. Cot^ K 1726 

MarM Anne Jean Bte. Gerard B. 1727 

Marie Fran^oiae La. Tnrgeon B. 1758 

Joseph 

Pierre 

Louis Charles 

4 Louis (>) (2) Marie Vandry Que. 1680 
Le meme Marie Fortin Que. 1688 
Elisabeth Jo«. Cot^ S. Tho. 1716 
Ptal 

5 Jacques (*) (2) EUz. Lemieux S.Tha 1601 
Marthe Pierre Belanger S. 

Tho. 1716 
Marie Madeleine Ls. Cbs. Couillard 

S.Tho. 1728 
dement 
Joseph 

6 Charles Marie (3) Fee. Couture B. 1726 
Charles 

7 Louis Charies (3) Marie Mad. Couillard 

S.Tho. 1728 



Charles 
SPierre 

Marie Anne 

liabelle 

Louise 

3darie 

Francois 

9 Josepb He- 

bert 

(xeneviive 

Mannierite 

Cecife 

Marie 



(3) Elix. Nadeau B. 1727 

Jean Bte. Guenet B. 1753 
Jean Maurice B. 1761 

Augustin Roy S.Ch8. 1765 
Henri Roy St. Michel 1767 

(3) (renev. Turgeon B. 1729 

Joe. DaUire B. 1755 

Jean Guay B. 1761 

Tho. Guenet B. 1766 

Jean Bte. Ovosselin 

S.Ch8. 1759 
Lfl, Dalaire St. Michel 1768 



Franooise 

Joseph Hebert 
10 Paul (4) Mirie Jos. Couture B. 1732 

U Joseph (5) G^n^v. Caron Islet 1733 

Joieph 
12 Clement (5) Marie Cath. Denaut 

S. Tho. 1738 

Clement 

Etienne 

0) Souebe des Conillard de Beaumont. 
JU SoQche des Couillard Dupuis. 
n Stignuor de Tlslet et de »t Jean Port Joly. 
So-Khe des Conillard Dee Pr^ 

18^18 



COUILLARD. 



13 Charles (6) 
Marie Franooise 
Charlotte 

14 Charles (7) 

Jean Baptiste 

15 Jac(]^ues 
Mane Reine 
Marie Louise 
M. Marguerite 
Francois 

16 Francois (8) 

17 Joseph Hebert(9) 
M* Madeleine 
Francoise 
Franooise 
Charies Hebert 

18 Joeei^ (11) 
M. Madeleine 
M. Genevieve 
Joseph 

Jean Baptiste 

19 Jacques 
Jacques 

20 Clement (12) 

Mane Josette 
Clement 

21 Etienne (12) 

M. Madeleine 
Marie Josette 

22 JeanBaptiste(14) 

Jean Baptiste 

23 Charles 
Juli«3 

Emerentienne 
Flavien 
Hilaire 
Joseph 

24 Francois (15) 

Veronique 

25 Charles Hubert 

Marie Apolline 
Marie Apolline 
Joseph 
Charles 
Le meme 

Arcbange 

Ang^le 
Marie Joeette 
Jean 

26 Joseph (18) 



Marie Fse. Boilard B. 1757 
Nicolas P^nin B. 1781 
Jean Bte. Lacasse B. 1785 
Claude Dubord B. 1791 
Veronique Cot^ S. Tho. 

1761 

Marie Jos. Blanchet 
Frs. Vallee S. Henri 1782 
Ls. Hall^ S. Henri 1783 
Michel Begin S. Henri 1787 

Marie Joe. Molleux B. 1756 

Mad. Filteau B. 1763 

Jos. Couture B. 1785 

Ant. Turgeon B. 1796 
2° Ls. Couture S.Chs. 1803 

Marie Foumier S.Tho. 1 763 
Gab. Thibault S. Tha 1786 
Aug. MathieuS.Tha 1789 



Marie Chs. Fournier 

Marie Fse. Dubeau 

S. Valier 1778 
Michel Roy S. Chs. 1817 

Marie Genev. Asselin 

S. Jean 1788 
Ls. Gu^rard S. F. 1815 
La. Marie Pepin S.F. 1823 
Marie Chs. Couillard 

a Tho. 1788 

Fse. Dessaint 
Jean Bte. Marcoux 

S. Michel 1809 
Frs. GosselinS. Michel 1822 



Marie Cath. Judith 

Tangu^ S. Michel 1787 
Jean Emond S. Henri 1811 
Marie Apolline Nadeau 

B. 1787 
Claude NoUet S. Chs. 1806 
2^ Pierre Bedard B. 1814 



Marie Jos* Baequet 

S. Michel 1799 
Jacq. Richard S. Michel 

1834 
Frs. Corriveau B. 1825 
Jean Roy B. 1826 



Marie Mathieu S.P.S. 

1786 
27 JeanBapti8te(18) Marie Ls. Vesina Cap 

S. Ign. 1798 



Jean Baptiste 

28 Jacques (19) 

Le meme 
Le meme 

Abraham 
Thomas 

29 Clement (20) 

Marie Angele 
Marie 



Marie Roger Damour 

S. Tho. 1789 
Fse. Laberge S. Tho. 1797 
Marie Claire Bemier 

S.Tho. 1800 



Marie Genev. Carbon- 

neau S. Valier 1807 
Jos. Lepage S. Chs. 1830 



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30 JwmKap^iBt€(22) Theodore Beniier 

S. Tho. 1818 
Charlemagne 
Jowph Aroable 



30 Joseph 
32 Flavien 



m) Genev. Menard B. 1818 
V23) Genev. Mori««et S. 

Michel 1822 
(23) Fite. Lacroix S. Michel 1831 

Salem Bergeron 8Cb8. 1860 
(25) Ang^le Roy B. 1808 

(25) C^Ue Turge<m B. 1816 
(25) Marie Turgeon B. 1827 

Marie Joe. Vigneau 



33 HiUire 
Sara 

34 Charleii 

35 Joseph 

36 Jean 

37 Michel 
Michel 

38 Michel 
KuB^be 

39 JeanBapti8te(27) Cath. Bkmin 

40 Thomas 
Auguste 

41 Abraham 



(37) MaiK. I>i(m Cap S.Ign 1801 

Bert. 1826 
(28) Martin Clavet S.Tha 1833 



(28) Anastasie Dion S. 
Michel 1845 

(29) Justine (iagnon SChs. 1841 

43 Charlemagne (30) Mane Chn. Boilard B.1813 

44 Joseph (30) (^cUe Boilard B. 1813 

Amable 

Thomas Roy B. 1836 

Jos. Menard B. 1846 

Albert Blanch^t B. 1848 
Ed. Caron B. 1852 

Frs. Etn. Hudon B. 1862 
Jos. Prudent Foumier 

B. 1856 



42 Marie 



Flavie 

Caroline 

Adeline 

Cedulie 

Henriette 

Thaiselle 



Max i me 
45 Paul 
Le meme 



46 August in 
Jean Baptiste 

47 Remi 
Marie Zoe 



Marie Jos. Chamberlan 
Marie Angfe McCarthy 

Kamouraska B. 1881 
Reine Lessart Bert. 



Scolanticjue Caron 
Pre. Celestin Lavergne 

Bert. 1844 

48 KuM-be (38) JulieGosselinSt.Valier 183.) 
41> Thomas i*re(40) Anne Aurelie Gautier 

Auguste St. Michel 1855 

50 Maxime (44) MarieAdelinaEnouf B.1858 

51 Jn. Bapti8te(46) 



COULOMBK. 



1 Ix)uis 
Jeanne 
Marie Marthe 



Marguerite 

Marguerite 

Angelique 

Catherine 

fx)ui» 

Jean 

Nicolas 

Nicolas 

Jean 

Marie 

Alexis 

Fran9<»is 

Ije menie 



Marie Anne 
4 Louis (1) 

Madeleine 
Catherine 
Marguerite 

Elisabeth 

Helene 

Rcwalie 



Jeanne Boucand S.F. 1670 
Chs.Panuet St. Laurent 1694 
Pierre Labrecque 

St. Laurent 1694 
Pierre Bouvet Que. 1703 
2 Tho. Fom Cjue. 1727 

Claude Bernard (Jue. 1713 
Pierre Prudhomme t^ue. 1716 



Anne Maillou B. 1794 

Jean Balan S Tho. 1706 
Jacq. Nollet B. 1727 



Marie Leblond 

St. Michel 1716 
Jos. Balan Bert. 1736 

Helene Poulet St.Pierrel710 
Jos. Chabot St. Laurent 1733 
Ls. Rouleau » 1738 
Jean Bte. Vaillancour 

St Laurent 1748 
Michel M^nan m 1748 
Ijaurent ^lf>reau t» 1748 
Ign. Nw'l .. 1768 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
COITLOMBE. 



Rosalie T Lb. Cauehoo 

St. Laurent 1773 
Michel Vallee r. 1752 



Marie 
Pierre 
Lonis 
Antoine 

5 Alexis 
Marie 
Genevieve 
Genevieve 
M. Madeleine 
M. Bffadeleine 
Augnstin 
Louis 

Jean Baptiste 
Franfois 

6 Francois 
Joseph 
Fran9ois 

7 Louis 
Mai|ni«)nte 
Louis 

8 Pierre 

9 Antoine 



(8) M.Mad.GroiMart Bert 1733 
Amand Comeau Bert. 1767 
Pierre Qu^ret Bert. 1669 
T Jos. Coucbon S. V. 1789 
J. B. Picard aP.S, 1768 
2° Jos. Daigle S.P.S. 1774 



(3) M. Jos. Lavoie Bert. 1746 



(4) 



Blarg. Pouliot 
Laurent Audet 



aL.1734 
S.L. 1763 



Genevieve 

Antoine 

Louis 

Pierre 

Lem^me 

M. Anne 

Jacq.Christophe 

10 Francois (8) 
M. Susanne 
Marie 

M. Ther^ 
M.Roger 

Joseph 

11 Jn. Baptiste (5) 



M. Anne Cote S.P. 1739 
Genev. Magnan Chs. BoQr| 

Jean Marie GontierS.L. 1787 



Anne Gendreau 
Frs. Campeau 



S.L.1767 
S.L.1811 



12 Augnstin 

13 Louis 
Marguerite 
M. Sophie 
M. Joeette 
M. Charlotte 
Francois 

14 Joseph 
Louis 

15 Fran9ois 
M. Josette 

16 Joseijh I 
M. .Josette 
M. Josette 
Marguerite 
M. Luce 
Joseph 

17 Louis 
Marie 
M. Louise 
Ambroise 
Ijouis 
Pierre 
Antoine 

18 Jacq. Chry8-(9) 

tophe 
M. Louise 

19 Antoine 
M. Anne 
Madeleine 



(7) 



(8) 



Eui)hrosine 
Ht^noni 
Pierre 
2i) Louis 



Susanne Valiere aP.S 1756 
J. B. Monmeny S.P.S. 177H 
Isaac Zach. Tondreau 

S.P.S. 17S4 
Frs. Boulet S.P.S. 17H7 
Sylveetre Sylveatre 

S.P.S. 1791 

M. Mad. C/r. S.F.S. 1766 
Genev. Guignard Bert. 1776 
M. Ange Leesart Bert, 177i» 
Ls. Morin Bert. 1813 

J. B. Vermet Bert. 1823 
Andre Picard Bert. 1824 
Prudent Guilmet Bert. 1833 

M. (renev. Morin 

Mad. Gendmn S.F.S. 1767 
Aug. Blais Bert. 17t»l 

M. Elie. Foumier Bert. 1783 
Ch8.Frs.Simoneau Bert, 1808 
y Etn. Cote S. Tha 1812 
Chs. Thibault Bert 1823 
HilarionThibault Bert.1825 

Marie Audet S.L. 1767 

J«i«, Ruel S.L. 1780 

Philipi»e Braiin &L. 17W 



M. Lb. Pouliot S.L. 18«^ 

Jean Denis S.L. 1831 

M. Lb. Boisonneau 8. J. 1772 
Jean Marie Pepin a J. 1798 
Pierre Noel Grondin 

aJ. 1802 
Laurent Maroonx S.J. 1825 



(9) Josette Dufresne S.L. 17^0 



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I 



>L Louise 
Genevieve 
M Jusette 
Tbeiv»e 
Louis 

21 Pierre 
yV Anne 
Madeleine 
Joseph 

22 Joseph 
M. Lcmise 
M. Brigitte 
Marie 
Rose 

M. Mar:guente 
Jean Raptiste 



Ant. Langevin 
J. B. Leblond 
Michel Campeau 
Fre. R^aume 



S.L. 
a L. 
S.L. 
S.L. 

S.L. 



Mad. Godbout 
Prisque Metayer S.L. 
Jean Audibert S.H. 

(10) Marie6andreauS.P.S. 
Jos. Gagne t. 

Jos. L^toumeau i« 
Jos. Guilmet n 
Alexis Picard •! 
Jos. Langlois 8.F.S. 



(13) Marie S^nechaiaF.S. 

(14) M. Anne Gaumont 
S P S 

(16) Marie Hubert Bert] 

Felix Bemier n 

Fnn9ots Xavier 

26 Ambioise (17) M. Jos. Cote S. Chs. 

31 JoMtte Frs. Metivier S. Chs. 

Chs. GoBselin S. Chs. 

2°Ferd. MorinS.Chs. 



23 Fnn^oia 
34 Loaio 

25 Joseph 
Mane 



Marguerite 



Ambrciiae 

Etienne 

Laurent 

Alexis 

Lememe 

Louis 

Angeliqw 



Ursule DuquetS.Chs. 
(17) M. Ls. Carreau S.L. 
Frs. Godbout S.L. 
2" Frs. Audibert S.L. 
Joe. Pouliot S.L. 



Marguerite 
Amlb^ine 
Lememe 
M. Anne 

Fille adoptive 
Charles 
Joseph 
28 Antoine (17) Cath. Lej 
M. Catherine 
Elizabeth 



Marie Dalaire S.Frs. 
Jos. Audet S.L. 



S.J. 



Bpage 
Prisque Metayer S.L. 
Chas. Dumas n 

Chs. Labrecque n 
Michel Henn Peltier 
H.L. 



(17) M. Anne Labrecque 

(19) Basilisse Audet S. J.' 
Jos. Bedame n 



M. Louise 
' Jeneviere 

Antoine 
Francois 
Olivier 
2» Pierre 

30 Pierre 
BlArie 
Alexis 

31 B^noni 

32 Louis 
Pierre 
Jeui 

33 Joeeph (21) Marff. Labrecque S.J. 

34 JeanBapti8te<22) Emelie Mercier Bert. 
^ Fran^oisXa- (25) Agn^ B«^langer S.V. 

vier 

35 Ambroise (26) M. Anne Crosselin 

S. Chs. 
Frs. Blarseau 
David Audet 
Aug. Pigeon 



1801 
1814 
1820 
1820 

1786 
1823 
1B13 

171K) 
1818 
1821 
1827 
1830 
1810 

1812 

1796 
1817 
1844 

1780 
1816 
1826 
1840 



1833 
1785 
1808 
1828 
1821 

1803 
1833 



1795 
1816 
1813 
1815 

1829 



(20) 



Marie Gosselin 
Cath. Fontaine 



Anastasie 
5L Marcelline 
An8(<^le 
Lonis 
Chariea 
Lememe 
37 Alexin 



S.Chs. 

S.Ch8. 

S.M. 



Restitut Salom^ J 
18— f8i 



Marie Goulet 
(26) Marg. Collet 



S.Chs. 

S.Ch8. 



B. Naz. Gautron 
S.Chs. 



1806 
1801 
1824 

1815 
1812 



1838 
1831 
1866 



I 



1807 
1838 
1842 
1847 



1829 
1S21 

1862 



OOULOMBR 



38 Laurent 

39 Etienne 
Louise 

40 Ambrolse 
Eleonore 
Elisabeth 
Ambroise 
Francois 
Pierre 

41 Charles 
Charles 
Le meme 

42 Joseph 

43 Antoine 
Eleonore 

44 Fran9ois 
M. Catherine 
Fran9oise 
M. Adelaide 

46 Olivier 
Olivier 

46 Alexis 

47 Eloi 
Frs, & Suz. Lavoi 
Eloi 

48 Joseph 
Michel 

49 Pierre 
Ije meme 



(26) Marg. Guav 

(26) M. Ls. DeniH 
Jean Noel 

(27) Eliz. Cinqmars 
Elie Ouimet 

, Ls. Langlois 



B. 1828 
S.L. 1827 
.. 1847 
M 1824 
.. 1850 
.. 1850 



(27) Cecile Curadeau S.L. 1831 

Judith Bonneau S.L. 1849 

(27) Eliz. Bonneau .. 1849 

(28) Fse. Denis n 1823 
Luc. Terrien S.Chs. 1843 

(28) Marie Gosselin S.L. 1831 
Gev. Ruel „ 1861 

Olivier Coulombe S.L. 1861 
Eugene Jalbert S.L. 1865 
Fse. Gontier S.J. 1836 



Mar^. Ginchnreau'S. B. 1827 
Mane Boucher S. Joa. 

.. 1809 

Marg. Morisbet 8. Isidore 



(32) Justine Pouliot S.L. 1845 
Cecile Boissunneau 

S. J. 1854 

50 Jean (32) MathildeGosselin S. L. 1851 

M. MathildeJ Jean Maranda aL. 1875 

M. Lumina Michel Gosselin S.L. 1878 

Jean Baptiste 



51 Louis 

52 Charles 

53 Ambroise 

54 Pierre 

55 Francis 
Le meme 

56 Charles 

57 Olivier 
I>e meme 

58 Eloi 

59 Michel 

60 Jean Bapt. 



(36) Cath. Lacroix S.M. 1851 
(36) Ursule Lacroix S.M. 1859 
(40) Sophie Langlois S.L. 1852 
(40 Cecile Gigu&e S.Fr8. 1861 
(40) VitalineBaudoin S.L. 1867 
Philom^ne Turcot S. F. 1881 

Marie Godbout Que, 

Fse. Coulombe S.L. 1861 
Anne Labrecque S.L. 1856 

(47) Marie Dalaire S.Frs. 184(» 

(48) Olive PUnte S.Chs. 1854 
(50) M. Octavie Audebert 

S.L. 1877 
COUTURE. 

Anne Aymard Que. 1649 



(41) 

(46): 



1 Guillaume 
Charles 
Guillaume 
Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 
Eustache 

2 Joseph, (o) (1) Anne Marret A.G. 1686 
Jean Bte-Jos? 

3 Charles (B) (1) Marie Huart Levis. 1690 
Marie Pierre Ruel B. 170ti 
Genevieve Guill. Le Roy B. 1712 
Jeanne Jos. Le Roy B. 1716 
M. Louise Ign. Labrecque B. 1724 
Marguerite Pierre Le Roy B. 1730 
Joseph 

4 Guillaume (1) M. Mad. CiJote S.P. 1691 
(Tuillaume 

Joseph 

Angus tin 

Jean Baptiste 

Pierre * 

Tie Meme 



Nicole Bouflfard S.L. 1703 



(a) Souche deb Couture Lamonde. 
{B) Souche de« Couture Lafresnoy. 



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Manruerite 
M. Madeleine 
Genevieve 
Client 
Lemerae 
Fran^oise 
Laurent 
Alexis 
Louis 
6 Eustodie (c) (I) 
Biarie 
Elisabeth 
Philippe Olivier 



dique 
M.^Josette 
M. Louise 
Joseph 
Charles 
Louis 
Nicolas 

6 Joseph 
Charles 

7 JeanBaptl}te(2) 
Marguerite 
LeMeme 

M. Thecle 
M. Anne 
Th^r^se 



Gab. Gosselin S.L. 17:)2 

Ant. Civadier S-L. 1740 

Pierre Aubin S. P. 1752 

M. Anne Adam aL. 1713 

Pierre Foumier B. 1743 



Marg. B^n Levis. 1605 

Jaoq. (luay B. 1728 

Frs. Susor B. 1783 

Fse. Huart Levis. 1701 

Ls. Turgeon B. 1728 

Paul Couillard B. 1732 

Chs. Fonfues B. 1746 



(1) Jeanne Huart Levis. 1695 



Mafff. LeoUire S.P. 1720 
iRn. L^toumeau 8. P. 174 1 
Siz. Gosselin S.P. 1732 
Pierre Jobin S. P. 1762 
BasUeAsselin S.F. 1736 
J. B. Bigaou<>t 

Chs.Bourg. 1768 
2" JeanRov 

Chs.Bourg. 1772 
Genev. Leclaire 
Pierre Godbout S.P. 1747 
Aug. Langlois S.P. 1747 
Jaoq. Jobm S.P. 1749 
J. B. Jolin S.P. 1754 

Nic Alexis Jacques 

a P. 1771 



(2) 



Ang^ Roy 
Paul Bemier 
Ant Gosselin 
Frs. Gosselin 
Jean Lebrun 
Li. Gosselin 
Jean Gosselin 



Ther^ 

8 Joseph 
Josette 
Grenevi^ve 
Dorothy 
Agathe 
Veronique 



Joseph 
Augustin 
9 Joseph (3) 

Th^rese 
M. Charlotte 
Madeleine 
Brigitte 
Ang^licjue 
Catnerine 
Alexandre 
Etiqnne 

10 Jean Baptiste (4) 
Marie 
Elisabeth 
Catherine 
Cecile 

Cecile 
Joseph 

11 Guillaume (4) 
M. Marthe 

M. Josette 

Elisabeth 

Therese 

Guillaume 

Jean 

12 Augustin (4) 
Elizabeth 
Marthe 
Ang^liouo 
Genevieve 
Alexandre 
Louis 
Augustin 

13 Pierre (4) 



(c) Souche des Couture Bellerive. 



B. 1731 
S.Chs. 1763 
S.Chs. 1765 
S.Chs. 1767 
S.Chs. 1771 
S.Chs. 17n 
S.Ch8. 1782 



Mad. Lacasse B. 1722 

Ls. Gontier B. 1746 

Pierre Lecours B. 1746 
J. B. Gosselin S.Chs. 1751 
Pierre Jos. Mercier 

S.Chs. 1761 
2" Chs. Foumier Bert. 1780 

Charlotte Turgeon B. 1722 
Ls. Bolduc B. 1754 

Chs, Boucher B. 1763 

Frs. Boucher S.V. 1760 
Jean Foumier S.M. 1759 



Eliz. Turgeon 
Jos. Roberffe 
Marc Isabel 
Jean Goulet 
Jaoq. Naud 



B. 1723 
u 1742 
u 1742 
M 1748 
.. 1749 



Marg. Bouflfard S.L. 1727 



5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 

COUTURE. 

Marie Prisque B^langer 

S.M. 1750 
Mane ¥ Frs. Fradet s!m. 1754 

Genevj^ve Jaoq. RteillardaM. 1754 

Cienevi^ve T Jaoq. Cbrystophe 

a V. 1758 
Genevieve 3* Pierre Rouleau 

aChs. 1767 
Susanne Turgeon B. 1732 
Aug. Cote aChs. 1762 
Ign. Clement aChs. 1777 



14 Joseph (4) 
M. Josette 
M. Anne 
Alexandre 
Etienne 
Charles 

15 Clejient (4) 
Antoine 
Guillaume 
Clement 

16 Louis (4) 
M. Franooise 
R^ 

17 Alexis (4) 

Lem^me 

18 Lament (4) 
Laurent 

Le meme ' 
Marie 
Susanne 
Jean 
10 Antoine 
Jacques 

20 Alexis 
Andr^ 
Joseph 

21 PhU. Olivier (6) 
LeMeme 
Joseph 
Etienne 

22 Joseph (5) 
M. Jo:4ette 
Joseph 

23 Louis (5) 
Marie (3) 
Pierre 
Charles 

Louis 

24 Charles (5) 

25 Nicolas (5) 
Elizabeth 
Louise 
Etienne 
Charles 

Le meme 
Ther^«e 
Marguerite 
M. Josette 

Michel 

Louis 

Jean Baptiste 

.Joseph 

26 Charlts (6) 
Marie 



Joseph 
27 Augustin 



(«) 



28 Joseph (8) 
M. Madeleine 
Joseph 

29 Etienne (9) 
Therese 
Ang^le 
Marguerite 
Etienne 



Mad. Gosselin aL; 173:^ 



Fse. Girard B. 1744 

Benoni Foamier B. 1771 
Etn. Gontier aM. 1775 
Bi. Anna Foamier 

L.ai748 
M, Fse. Langlois aP. 1786 
M. Jos.Grandier aM. 1750 

Mane Brisaon aM. 1762 
Frs. Delaire aChs. 1788 
Laurent Fortier •« 1793 

Marie Morin 

M. Mad. Morin 



Ang^ Guay B. 1728 

Eliz. Bonrassa Levis 1733 



Genev. Foumie B. 1756 
GuilL Couture *• 1763 

M. Jeanne Vali^ R 1737 
Nic Gosselin S.Chs. 1757 



Charlotte Girard R 1739 
Eliz. Joncas aTha 1749 
Ls. Isabel aChs. 1773 

Jos. Boulet an. 1787 



Th^r^ Pichet Levis 1760 
Etn. Coutiure a Chs. 1787 
Chs. Couture ,. 1797 
Alexandre Turgeon 

S.Ch8. 1803 



Marie Poliquin 
Chrysostome Langlois 

aP.a 1765 

Genev. Jobin 

Chs. Bourg 1764 
M. Jos. Rousseau aP. 1772 
Jaoq. Roberge i. 1802 

Th^i^«» Girard aM. 17te 
Ant. Audet aG. 1791 

Ant. Bilodeau .. 1795 
J. B. BaiUanceon .* 1796 



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Maud. MeitnerS.Chs. 1782 
La. Dalaire .. 1802 

2^ Ed. Maneau B. 1842 



30 Alexandre (9) 

Madeleine 

Bladeleine 

Alexandre 
SI Joseph (10) Marg. Goeselin S.Ch8. 1753 

Joseph 

Jean 

Francis 

Lememe 

M. Charlotte 

M. Charlotte 



Z acharie 

33 Ganiaame (11) 

M. Josete 
Angi^lique 

LcMua 
.t3 Jean (11) 

Joaette 

Jean Baptiste 

34 Aogustin (12) 
JoMph 
Frai^is 

Le Meme 

M. Charlotte 
Anastasie 
Lememe 
Thereee 

35 Alexandre (12) 

35 Louis (12) 

37 Charles (14) 

Anff^lique 
M. Joeette 
M. Charlotte 
Alexandre 

Joseph 
LeMeme 

39 Alexandre 
Maivuerite 
M. Louise 
M. Joeette 
Alexandre 
Charke 
Joii Faachal 
Joseph . 

3d Etienne (14) 
Angi61ique 
&L Joaette 
CTeeile 
Tb^rese 
Biargumite 
Etienne 
Joseph 
Pierre 
Antoine 

40 Clement 

IrL Marguerite 

Pierre 



AngeHuart S.C^is. 1761 
Joe. Marooux » 1784 
2* Pierre Vermet 

S.F.S. 1815 



(M) 



M. Joe. Dangueuger 

B. 1758 
Jean Poulet B. 1796 

Joe. Gioeselin S.P. 1801 



M. Joe. Beaucher 

S.M. 1771 
Pierre Guay B. 1793 

M. Fee. Rancour B. 1752 



Anastasie Doimn 

S.Chs. 1766 
Alexis Baoon S.Chs. i786 
Michel Dub^ S.Chs. 1800 
Fse. Alaire S.V. 1772 

Alexandre Terrien 

aChs, 1798 
Cath. Frontigny 

S-Chs. 1758 
M. Ls. Huart S.M. 1759 
M. Jos. Gosselin 

S.Ch8. 1759 
J.B.TouMaintS.Chs. 1785 
Ant. Campeau S.Chs. 1806 
Pierre Turgeon S.Chs. 1795 



M. Jos. Nolin S.Ch8. 1784 
Louise Pouliot S.L. 1763 
Frs. Brouaseau S.Chs. 1757 
J. B. Couture S.Chs. 1797 
Joe. Turgeon S-Chs. 1799 



Ange Paquet S.Chs, 1753 
Frs. Nolin S.Chs. 1789 
Amb. Lemieux S.Chs. 1797 
Jean Goulet S.Chs. 1799 
J. B. Chabot S.Chs. 1805 
J. B. Roy S.Ch8. 1814 



Marie Dangueuger B. 1762 
Frs. Xavier Turgeon 

SlChs. 1798 



COUTURE. 



Alexis 

Jean Baptiste 

Gtdllaame 

41 Guillaame 
M. Joeette 

42 Antoine 
Blarie 



M. Jos. Couture B. 1768 
Ls. Letellier B. 1789 

Genev. Chabot S.L. 1767 
Jean Leclaire S.L. 1796 



Marguerite 

C^ile 

Antoine 

Joseph 

Alexis 

43 Augustin 
Augustin 

44 Laurent (18) 

Le m^me 
Marie 
Laurent 
Le meme 
Rosalie 
Antoine 
46 Jean (18) 

Sophie 
Hubert 
Jean Baptiste 
Alexis 

46 Jacques (19) 

47 Joseph (20) 
M. Elizabeth 
Joseph 
Lememe 

48 Andre (20) 

49 Joseph (21) 
Marguerite 
Charles 
Joseph 
Etienne 

Paul 
Louis 

50 Etienne (21) 
M. Josette 
Elizabeth 

51 Joseph (22) 

52 Pierre (23) 

Ang^lique 

Marquerite 
Pierre 

53 Louis (22) 

54 Charles (23) 
Charted 

Le meme 

Joseph 

Jean 

55 Etienne (25) 
M. Ang^le 
Susanne 

M. Josette 
Jean Baptiete 
Francois Xav- 
ier 
Etienne 
Charles 
Antoine 
Joseph 
Pierre 

56 Charles (25) 
Charles 
Etienne 

57 Joseph (25) 
Marguerite 
Tiouise 

58 JeanBaptiste(25) 

59 Louis (25) 
Louise 
Rosalie 
Charles 

Louis 

60 Michel 
M. Angele 



Pierre Huot S.L. 1800 
Amb. Leclaire S.L. 1820 



M. Ls. Boulet 

Madeleine (Boulet) 

S.Chs. 1784 
Marie Pouliot S.G. 1786 
Ls. Fortier S.G. 1811 

Charlotte Larriv^ S.G.1796 
Ls. Qu^m^neur S.G. 1827 

M. Jos. Royer S.Chs. 1796 
Michel Audet S.Chs. 1835 



Ang^Gagn6 S.P.S. 1751 
MTlABlanchet S.P.ai749 
Jean Boucher S.P.S. 1791 

M. r^. LemieuxS.Tho.1766 
M. Fse. PicardS.P.S. 1766 
Marg. Turgeon B. 1758 
Frs. Valiere B. 1780 



M. Mad. Turgeon B. 1761 
Jos. Poire B. 1786 

Alexandre Filteau B, 1788 

M. Jos. Turgeon S.Chs. 

1763 
Jean Rousseau S.Chs. 

1789 
Frs. Genest S.Chs. 1795 

Marie Guenet S.Chs. 1763 
G^^v.. Marchand Le\i8 

1771 
M. Ls. Poir^ Levis 1781 



Genev. Nolin S.Chs. 1783 
Frs. Fortier S.Chs. 1817 
Ant Audet i. 1823 

J. B. Laoasse .. 1828 



Marg. Dahure S.Chs. 1784 



Marg. Ainse S.G. 1794 
Etn. Corriveau n 1813 
B^noni Ck>rriveau n 1816 
M. Ls. Couture S.Chs.1797 
Fse. Ck>uillard S.Chs. 1803 
Felix Chamberlan » 1881 
FrWericI^ain^ .. 1843 



Fse. Goeselin S.G. 1809 
Ls. Ed. Turgeon S.Chs. 

1830 



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Ang^Iiq^ue 
M. Louise 
Julie 
M. Roee 
M. D^lima 

Perpetue 
Jean Baptiste 
Louis 

61 Joseph (26) 
Joseph 

62 Joseph (28) 
Genevieve 
Elizabeth 
Marie 

M. Olive 

Basilisse 

Sophie 

M. Emelie 

Olivier 

Louis 

Jean 

63 Etienne (29) 

64 Alexandre (30) 
M. Fran^ise 
M. Fran(x)ise 
M. Restitut 

M. Angele 
Alexandre 
66 Joseph (31) 

M. Angelique 

Genevieve 

Angele 

Joseph 

66 Francois (31) 
Elizabeth 
Joseph 

67 Jean (31) 

68 Zachane (31) 
Beholastique 
Michel 

Jean 

Zacharie 

Pierre 

69 Pierre (31) 

70 Louis (32) 

71 Jacques (32) 

72 Jean Bap- (32) 

tiste 
M. Louise 
Sophie 
Adelaide 
Adelaide 

Jean Baptiste 
Lememe 

73 Francois (34) 

74 Joseph (34) 

75 Charles (37) 
M. Jdsette 
Charles 

Pierre 

76 Joseph (37) 

Veronique 
Angelique 

77 Alexandre (37) 
M. Louise 

78 Joseph (38) 
Alexandre 
Jean Baptiste 
Franfois Xavier 
Andre 

Benoit 



Pierre Aube » 1834 

J. B. Baillargeon .t 1837 

JeanCot^ .. 1840 

Prisque Vien .• 1842 

Theophile Beaucher 

S.ChH. 1851 

MaroelLabb^ .. 1855 



Susanne (Suay S.CIw. 1771 

M. Ajfathe AubinaP.1802 

Frs. Chabot .. 1829 

Pierre Rouleau .< ia30 

Tho. Boissonneau •• 1833 

La. Rousseau .. 1837 

Frs. Cr^peau .. 1840 

Magi. Tessier .. 1841 

Firmin Rousseau n 1845 



Cath. Audet S.Ch8, 1797 
M. Fse Ruel .. 1809 

Aug. Boucher .i 1830 
2"An»b. Naud .. 1862 
Pierre Boissonneau 

S.F.S. 1836 
Ls. Turgeon B. 1837 

Genev. Royer S.Chs. 1779 
Victor Olivier Seuechal 

S.H. 1803 
Denis CoUet .. 1815 

Aug. Clement .i 1820 

M. Chs. Dion B. 1787 

Raphael (>>rbeau S.G.1808 

C^cile Roy aChs. 1790 
Marie Boucher S.Chs. 1786 
Pierre Gautron S.G. 1824 



M. AnneGodboutS.G.1802 
M. Jus. Lacroix 8. Chs. 1793 
Th6r^ Rob'rge S.P. 1798 
M. Chs. Paquet B. 1808 

NoelFonUine .. 1835 
Michel Turgeon .. 1887 
Ls. Baudoin S.Chs. 1843 
2° Frs. X. Turgeon 

S. Chs. 1860 

M. Ange Dion B. 1831 
Genev. CouiUard S.H. 1801 
M. Mad. Valiere S.H. 1801 
M. Ls. Cot^ S.Chs. 1787 
*navien Lambert S.H. 1812 



Veronique Charier 

S.Ch8.1794 
Chs. Drapeau S.M. 1816 
Noel Cot6 S.G. 1827 

M. Ls. Lacroix S.M. 1793 
Chs. Labreoque S.Chs. 1813 
Therese Leclaire S. V. 1786 



i-a EDWARD VII., A. 1906 
COUTURE. 



79 Alexandre (38) 
Lememe 

80 Charles (38) 
- (38) 



81 Joseph Pas 

chal 

82 Etienne 

M. Josette 
Marguerite 
Angele 

Louise 



Etienne 

83 Antoine (39) 
Fran^oise 
Marie 
Marguerite 
Franoois 
Charles 
Gervais 
Joseph 
Etienne 

84 Pierre (39) 
Mane 

Pierre 

85 Jose[>h (39) 
Antoine 

Jean Baptiste 

86 Pierre (40) 

87 Etienne (40) 
Scolastique (40) 
M. Josette 
Etienne 

Le nieme 
Francois 

88 Guillaume (40) 

Soolastiq^ue 
Marguente 

89 Alexis (40) 
Marie 

90 Jean Bap- (40) 

tiste 

91 Michel 
Michel 

92 Antoine (42) 

93 AlexU (42) 
Scolastique 

94 Joseph (42) 

95 Augustin (43) 
Augustin 

96 Laurent (44) 

97 Antoine (44) 

98 Jean Bap- (45) 

tiste 

99 Hubert (45) 
Marguerite 
Maro 

Joseph 
Hubert 
Romain 

100 Alexis (46) 
Philomene 

101 Joseph (47) 
M. Barbe 
Felicite 
Euphrosime 
Joseph Marie 

102 Joseph (49) 
Madeleine 

M. JoMtte 

Charles 

Etienne 

Benoni 

Joseph 



M. Ang^ Guay S.Ch8.1787 
Fse. Boulet B. 18(H 

Marg. Couture aChs. 1797 
Mane Lecours S.G. 1802 

I Ther^ Couture 

S.CJh«. 1787 
Ambr. Naud ., 1811 
Etn. Lemelin m 1814 
Alexandre Marooux 

S.Chs. 1815 
Th^hile Turgeon 

aCbs. 1834 

Fse. Bacquet S. M. 1787 

Chs. Boucher S.Ch«. 1813 

Etn. Couture .. 1817 

Pierre Royer m 1825 



M. Ls. Ruel 
Pierre Aub^ 



S.G. 1792 
,. 1819 



Isabel Ruel S.Ch«. 1793 



Therese Molleur B. 1786 
Marie Draoeau S.Chs.1790 
Jean Bte. Paquet .. 1821 
Jean Lacasse » 1834 

M. AnneGosselin i« 1812 

Scolastique lliibault 

IS.P.S 1794 
Jos. Naud S.Ch«. 1814 
Pierre Chabot .. 1820 
Cath. Cot^ S.Ch8. 1803 
Frs. Aubo B. 1834 

Rosalie Queret S.Cha. 18>i3 

Marie Pouliot 

M. Ang^ Cote S.P. 1788 
JulieRouleau S.L. 1800 
Olivier Couture m 1827 
M. AnneFortierS.L 1816 
Veronique Begin S.H.1802 

MartheLaine S.G. 1817 
MarieQuemeneur S.G. 1829 
M. Anne Leclaire 

S.Ch8. im 
Marg. Girard S.Chs. 1826 
Ken?(Jagn6 .. 1857 



Cecile Audet S.Ch8. 1840 
Francois CAte aM. 1862 
M. BarbeCochonaV.1780 
Jos. Morisset •« 1805 

Jos. Roy M 1812 

Prudent Proulx .. 1827 

M. Mad. Coulllard B. 1785 
Jos, Turgeon .. 1809 

Ls. Patry n 1822 



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IQSChArkw 


(49) 


M. Josette 




MArvuerite 




104 LouM 


(49) 


M. Angelique 


Lwmeme 




Emerenoe 




Olive 




Jowph 








146 Etienne 


(49) 


SUninlaR 




Etienoe 




106 Paul 


(49) 


Marguerite 
Adebide 




<)livi#»r 




Vttal 




vn Pierre 


(54) 


lOBCharlw 


(54) 


AuRelioue 




Madeline 




Martin Obiline 


Victoire 




Lememe 




KB Joseph 


(54) 


no Jean 


(54) 


111 Pierre 


(56) 


112 JeanBAptiftl 


le(66) 


M. Ang^le 
M.Zoe'^ 




Mane 




J. B Theotine 


Hubert 




Joeeph 




113 Etienne 


(55) 


114 Charle* 


(56 1 


Charl«-« 




115 J»eph 


(56) 


116 Francois Xa- (55) 


vier 




117 Antoine 


(55) 


Jean 




Lememe 




m Etienne 


(56) 


Mane 




Constance 




Hermine 




M- Anne 




Angele 




Mafrloire 




Franfpis 




Lememe 




imCharieA 


(56) 


ld)Loai>i 


(59) 


mCharle* 


(59) 


m JeanBaptiiite(60) 


ISLooia 


(60) 
(61) 


114 Joaenh 


m OUvier 


(62) 



Josette Filteau B. 1790 
Fr8.0cteau .. 1819 

BftrthePaquet .. 1838 
Ang^ BlanchetS.P,S.1792 
Germ. Brousseau 

aChs. 1811 
Th^r^GoMelin .. 1796 
L«. Chabot .. 1827 

Chs. Fortier S.M. 1826 



Eliz. Pouliot S.Ch8. 1792 



M. Jos. Beaucher 

S. P.S. 1804 
Chs. Leolaire S.Chs! 1831 
Fereol Brocbu .t 1832 



M. Ange. Blanchet 

S.P.S. 1793 
M. Deeanges Morin 

aChs. 1799 
Frs. Chabot .. 1830 

Chs. Couture .. 1831 
Pre. Ed. Bilodeau 

Levis 1840 
FlorentFoumier B. 1847 
Marg. Ruel S.Chs. 1822 
Ang^. Gourdeau S.P.1810 
Monique Gourdeau •• 1831 
M. Anne Fortier S.H.1809 
M. Ang^le Mercier 

S.Chs. 1812 
Nic. Ptmliot .. 1831 

Ed. Bacquet .. 1842 

Ls. Dalaire n 1852 



Marie Hisoir 
Mftrie Hizoir 



S.G. 1816 
* M 1817 



\% Louis (62) 

Louis Jos. 

U7 Jean (72) 

128 Alexandre (64) 

129 Joseph (66) 
Ls 



Ang^ Gosselin S.G. 1841 
Marthe Mercier S. Ch». 1 82:^ 

Mai^. CAt« S.G. 1824 

Louise CAte S.M.1844 
M. Anne Forgnes » 1816 

Joe. Lebrun 8.Chs.l841 

Le. Lebrun .. 1855 

Frs. Leblanc .. 1855 

J OH. Turgeon •• 1856 

Pierre Lacroix i. 1864 



Marie Belanger 8. Chs. 1841 
Martiane Rmuillard 

S.V. 1812 
Louise Brochu S.M. 1835 
Archange Gautron 

8.Chs.l840 
Marie COt^ .. 1840 

Marie Bouchard » 1857 
Fse. Asselin B.M. 1809 
Scholastique 0>uture 

8.U 1827 
Ang^le Chatigny S.P. 1842 

Constance Roussin 

aP. 1846 
Judith Boucher S.Chs.1882 
Judith Clement .• 1810 
Celeste Denis 8.G. 1823 



COUTURE. 



130 Joseph (66) 

131 Jean (68) 

132 Michel ((^8) 

133 Zacharie (68) 
Adelaide 
Lememe 

134 Pierre (68) 

135 JeanBapti8te(72) 

136 Pierre (75) 

137 Charles (75) 

Eroelie 
Le meme 

138 Alexandre (78) 
M. Zo6 
Alexandre 

139 Benoit (78) 

140 Andr^ (78) 
Marie 

Andre 
Louis^ 
Le meme 

141 JeanBapti8te(78) 

142 Frs. Xavier 

143 Etieune (82) 
M. Anne 
Elizabeth 
Julie 
Frederic 

144 Francois (83) 
Flavie 
Etienne 

145 Joseph (83) 

146 Gervais (83) 

147 Charles (83) 

148 Etienne (83) 

149 Pierre (84) 

150 Antoine (85) 
Louise 

151 JeanBapti8te(85) 
Abraham 

152 Etienne (87) 

153 Francois (87) 

154 LouiH 
Le meme 

155 Michel (91) 

156 Adgiistin (95) 

157 Antoine 
Marguerite 

158 Alexis 
Le m^me 

159 Jean 
Jaci^ues 
Jenjamin 

160 Joseph 



(ienev.Dompierre 8.F.1819 
Th^r^ Labrecque 

S.G. 1S14 
Anfi^. Cameron u 1815 
Ad^ Lemieux •« 1825 

Maxime Goulet S.V. 1850 
M.Mai. Lemieux S.M.1830 
Archange Fleury S.G. 1826 
Marie Fortin B. 1834 

Veronique Boutins 

S.H. 1812 
M. Rose Bissonnet 

S.M. 1815 
Pierre l^i^ret S.Chs. 1835 
Marg. Denis S.M. 1829 
Felicity Dangueger B.1820 



Ang&le Lacroix S.Ch8.1814 
M. Marg. Lacasse •! 1821 
Leon Patry .. 1846 



Fse. Picard » 1847 

Ang^le DangueugerB.1824 
Marg. Boissel .. 1829 

Marg. Chabot S.Chs. 1814 
Damase Blanchet .. 1839 
Frs. Roy .. 1860 

Ant. Foumier i. 1851 

Marie Corriveau » 1821 
Stanislas Couture .• 1866 

Agathe Leblanc S.G. 1821 
Ange Royer i. 1825 

Mad. Couture S.Chs. 1831 
BasUisse Penin S.G. 18:^ 
Louise Aube .. 1818 

Ange MonmenyS. Chs. 1819 
Jos. Foumier B. 1844 

Genev. GosselinS. Chs. 1821 

Cath. Duquet .. 1825 

M. Heine Pilote .. 1839 
Ange Dumont Levis 1817 
Marie (iigu^re S. F. 1829 
Marg. r^eclaire S.G. 1820 
Reine Roberge S.P. 1827 
Marie Martoau (Mataut) 
Chs. Frs. Lizotte B. ia*)7 
Marg. Mateau 
Marjr. Dion S.M. 1847 
Mane Veau 



Hilaire 

161 Jean 
Jean 

162 Marc 

163 Hubert 



(99) 
(99) 



164 Romain (99) 

165 Joseph (99) 

166 Jos. Alarie (101) 
Frederic 

167 Jo8e|>h (102) 
Domitille 

168 Charles (102) 
M. Alvin^ 

169 Etienne (102) 
Onesime 



Therese Doyons S.Jos. 1822 
J<}S. et Pelagie Lemieux 

f^vis Beauce 

Rosalie Cdte 

M. Celinar Gagnon 

S.M. 1868 
M. Ang^le Chabot 

S.Chs. 1853 
Emelie Pepin «• 1869 
L^ocadie C6te .. 1861 
Marg. Belanger S.V. 1804 

Marie Moor B. 1822 

Tha Paquet .. 1852 

Lucie (Joupy S.M. 1827 
Geo. Monmeny B. 1868 
Veronique Letang .• 1858 



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170 Beoooi (lOS) 

Ch*rk« 

m Jowph (104; 

ITS Loaui (104 

173 Etienne (105| 

Mane 

s/L, P<9f ueiiM 

Genevieve 

M. Zo^ 

Etienne 

174 Sunulju 

StAnUUs 
Etienne 

175 Olivier (106) 

176 Vital (106) 

177 J. B. Th^(112) 

tine 
Lememe 

178 ChariM (114) 

179 Jean (117) 
Salonte 

180 lornaoe 
(»eorge 

181 Francois (118) 

182 >Iagloire (118) 
Pit-rre 

183 I>mw Jo- (136) M.CaroUne AudetS.P.1867 

184 Alexandre (138) 

185 Andre (140) 

186 L.juii (140) 

187 Frederic (143) 



M. Lt. Goupy S.M. 1839 

Fw. Beraier S.Chs. 18SS 

Gener. Chabot m 1823 

Biarie Oouture t. 1817 

Jaoq. Laine .. 1843 

LaTNaad » 1846 

Greg. Caroo .. 1845 

Pierre Charrier « 1857 

Ovide Voinn h 1862 

NL Flarie Lefebvre 

aCbs. 1829 



Genev. Labrecqpe B. 1839 
Looe GatunontS.C^bs. 1843 
M.£<tber Chabot n 1843 

Emilie Bacqoet S-M. I860 
Marg. Patry S.Cb8. 1844 
Salome Audet S.L 1856 
Adolphe Cantin S.L. 1879 
Anastafiie Lefebvre Levis 

Ange Duquet 8.Ch8. 1822 
Angele Naud .. 1841 



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Virgini** 

188 Etienne (144) 

189 Abraham (151) 



190 3injamin 

191 JaoqueM 

192 HiUire 

193 Jean 

194 Frederic 
196 One«ime 

Anne 

196 Charles 

197 Etienne 

198 Etieone 
190 SuniHlas 

200 Georgej* 

201 Pierre 



Vict, Voi*»in 8.M. 1843 
"Si. D^nget Blerder 

aCJb^l847 
Mane Nadeau S.Chs. 1859 
M. Li Ronalie Naud 

S.CbA. 1840 
Chs. P^pin H 1861 

Ferd. Cfhabot .. 1863 
M . Scola«tque Beaacher 

a 1846 
Humbeline Mercier 

S.V 1840 
(159) F»e. Poliquin S.Ch*.' 1848 

(159) Zee Baillaigeon .. 1848 

(160) EuUdie Aube .. 1852 

(161) Eliz. Maraeau S.V. 1861 
(166 Eli*. CAte S.F,S. 1836 

(169) Apolline Plante S.L. 1854 
Jos. TeHsier t 1874 

(170) Ana«ta»ieFortierS.V.1864 

(173) Emelie Mercier S.Ch». 1839 
(174) SOT>hie Oneat .. 1853 

(174) F^ane Couture .. 1866 
(180 Marie Roy ., 1846 
(182) Marie Mercier S.M. 1861 



crSpeau. 



1 Maurice 
Anne 

Marguerite 
M. Madeleine 
Genevie\e 

t« 
lHaurice 
Roljert 

2 ^U^rice (1) 
Genevieve 
Helene 
Ursule 

Ba«ile 

Joseph 

Jean Baptifite 

Louis* 

Pierre 



Maig. La verdure 
Nic BailUrgeun S. P. 1683 
Gea Plante „ 1685 

Pierre Dufresne .. 1692 
Jean Pichet u 1700 

y Chs. Pouliot M 1703 



\Urie Audet S.J. 1702 

Gab. 0<»*weliii S.P. 1726 

J. B. Ferlant .. 1732 

Joseph Chabot « IIM 



3 Robert (1) 
Maiguerite 
Fran^oiae 
Biarie 

Biarie Anne 
G«ievi^ve 
M. HeUne 
Joseph 

4 Ouillaame 
Pierre 

6 BatUe (2) 

Le meme 
M. Louise 
M. Elizabeth 
M. Josette 

Tb^rtse 

6 Loui9 (2) 

7 Joseph (2) 
Genevieve 

M. Ang^lique 
Marie Anne 
Biarie Ther^ 

8 JeanBaptiste(2) 
Marie Anne 
Marie Louise 
Louis 

Jean 

Charles 

Francois 

9 Pierre (3) 
Michel 
Joseph 

Pierre 

10 Joseph (3) 
Marie Rose 

Helene 
Biarie Anne 

11 Pierre (4) 
Genevieve 
Biarie 

Pierre 
13 Louis (8) 

Marie Josette 
Biarie 
Jean 
Pierre 

13 Jean (8) 

14 Charke (8) 
Marie 
(ienevieve 
Angelique 

15 Fran90is (8) 
Biarie 

Marie Reine 
Genevieve 
Thert*e 
Francois 

16 Pierre (9) 
Arcbange 
Marie 

Joseph 
Maurice 

17 Joseph (!») 



Blad. L^melin S L. 17(» 

Ast. Gossehn - 1726 

Jos. Biaraods ^ 1734 

Ant Gosselin «. 1748 

AntB^lean .. 175B 

J. a Dorval aP. 1732 

Pierre Ratte n 1732 



Biarg. Labadie 



1725 



Blaig. Ratt^ 
Eliz. Bfatean 
Jean Langkiis « 1777 
Ant Cadoret » 1783 

Ls Plante C.R. 1746 

2°Jo8.P^n « 1777 

Dominiqae Poulin n 1754 
T Ls H^lie S. Joa. 1769 
M.Jos Leclaire S.P. 173B 
Genev. Turcot S.F. 1736 
Laurent Gosselin aP. 1765 
Ign. Martel - 1773 

Jos. Letouraeau m 1774 
J. B. Drouin » 1781' 

M. Anne Goulet » 1785 
J. B. Faucher « 17f3 
LsTremblay ., 17H3 



Joeette Dorval n 1752 



Blaiv. Dorval n 1746 

Ls Celestin Campeau 

&L.1778 
Jos. Chs. Jean joux ** ITW 
Jos. Biarie Gagooo h 1791 
M. F^e. Martel S.P. 1777 
Pierre Pichet S J. !«» 
Frs. Fcrtier n \m 

Bi.Jo8.Bu8St^ie I^rislTTO 
Frs. Boucher aP. 17H8 
Pierre Gendreau •• 1801 



M. Thecle Ratte .. 1764 

M. Reine Ratt<& .. 176B 

Jos. C5te m 179S 

Pierre Aubin « 17» 

Jos. Poulin H 1808 

Gene. C5te 17^9 

Michel Patry - 1795 

Chs. Goulet *. 1796 

Pierre Valiere « 1803 

Pierre Gariepy »• 1804 

Chait>tt«Ba8siereaH.177}t 

Jaeq. Nicole « 1802 
Gab. Royer aci. 1810 



Veronique Carrier 

UrislTHl 



18 Miohel 

19 Pierre 

Hcolastique 

Flavie 

Florence 



Clarie 



(9) Mad. Baugy aV. 17*4 
(11) Eupbroune Tbivierae 

aj.mi 

Jean Audet aJ. 1840 

Maurice Pepin a J. 1844 
Timothie TVetnbUy 

aj. i«« 

Jos. TrembUy a J. 1851 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 18 
CRRPEAU. 



Alexu 



) Jmq (12) 

Marie Anne 
MaifPerite 

Leocidie 

RMi'line 

Francois 
1 PiCTTC (12) 

Marguerite 
\ FranooU (16) 

Marie Joiette 



23 



Lpiaoe 
tVoseph 

Maurice 

Alexis 
Pierre 

Pierr»» 

Francis 

Ignace 



M. Anne Turcot S.P. 1838 
Li!. Aubin S.P. 1826 

Pierre Bouffart S.P. 1829 
Pierre Pichet S.P. 1831 
Ch«. AlexiB Godbout 

S.P. 1847 
J. B. Leclaire S.L. 1843 



Marie Noel S.P. 1810 

Pierre Tourdeau Q 
M. Joe. Pichet S.P. 1800 
Fra. Bedapd S.P. 1822 

Riene C^emeneur 

S.F.S. 1809 
M. Genev. Metivier 

S.H. 1812 
Cath. Martineau S.J. 1843 
Marg. Labrecque 

S.Ch8. 1839 
Rosalie Pichet S.P. 1839 
Basilisse CoutureS.P. 1840 
Sophie Marcotfx S.P. 1841 



(16) 
(16) 
(19) 

\m 

(20) 
(20) 
(22) 

CURODEAU. 



1 Pierre 

Pierre 

Le 

Marguerite* 
2Pierw (1) 

Marguerite 

^ Blarie 
Madeliene 
M. CJbarlotte 
Francois . 
Joaepn 
Looift 
Pierre 

3 Pierrv (2) 

4 Francois 



Fae. Hunt 



A.G. 17 



Marie GoMelin [Q 1740 
Pierre Dalaire S.J. 1767 
Marg. Goaselin S.J. 1751 
Pierre Noel Audebert 

S.J. 1778 
lasao Timothy Deliale 

S.J. 1780 
Abraham DelisleS.J. 1787 
Aug. Bonuiis S.J. 1795 
Aug. Gobeil S.J. 1798 



Mamierite 

Biaddeine 

Marie Unnile 

Ocile 

Archange 

Soulang** 

Fran^oiM 

Pierre 
•*) Joseph 

Francois 
fi Louis 
7 Francois 

8Pien« 
Pierre 
» Francois 

Demertse 

Francois 
lePienT 

Eugene 
11 Francois 
l2Eog^ 



Genev. Boma^* 
Cht. Euphrosine 

Jos. Labrecque 
Pierre Mercier 
Joe. Pouliot 
Chs. CouJombe 
Jos. Leclaire 
Frs. Ruel 



Q1787 
Delislc 
S.J. 1787 
S. J. 1821 
S.J. 1822 
8. J. 1822 
S.I^ 1831 
S.L. 1850 
S.P. 1828 



(2) Mad. Audet S.J. 1801 



Mad. (Dote S.H. 1801 

M. Soulange Thivierge 

S. J: 1813 
Ang^le Labrecque S.J. 1815 



(2) 
(4) 

(4) 

(5) 



M. Soulange Boissonneau 

S.J. 1836 
Ls. Blouin S.J. 1858 



(8) Agn^ Royer S.J. 1846 



(9) 
(10) 



MATg. Pepin S.J. 1858 
M. (J^line Pepin S.J. 



CUSTOS. 

1 Pierre Jacques Marie Bonnier 
Jean 

2 J«an (1) Oath. Fautenx 



1694 



CUSTOS. 



.fean Baptiste 

3 Jean Baptiste (2) 

Jean Baptiste 
Lemeroe 

Marie Louise 
Le mdme 

Le meme 

4 Jean Baptiste (3) 



Mad. Falardeau 

Chs. Bourg 1754 

Ursule Oron S.Chs. 1763 

V. de P. Boissel 
Jos. B^hard S.G. 1781 
M Mad. (jrontier 

S.Ch8. 1768 
Louise Chartier S.Chs 1789 
Catherine Leclair 

S.Chs. 1780 



1 Jean 
Pierre 
Jean 

2 Paul 
Le meme 

3 Pierrt» 
N. Madeleine 
Marie 

4 Pierre 

5 Jean 



CYR. 
M. Jos. Gottereau, Acadie 



Marg. Daigle 
Mane Dubois S. Chs 1758 
Marg Hubert, Acadie 
J. B.CoulombeS.F.S.1766 
JeanMarieFradetS. V. 1770 
(1) Zith Trahan S.F.S. 1760 
Fse. Malboeuf S.P.S. 1761 

DAIGLE. 



1 Andre 



2 Joseph 

Anastasie 

Joseph 
8 RenI 

Joseph 

4 Jean Baptiste 
Le m^iue 

5 Charles 
Jean Baptiste 

6 Joseph (2) 

7 Joseph (3) 

8 Jean Baptiste (5) 
Jean Marie 
Andre 

Pierre 

9 Jean Marie (8) 
Fran^oise 
Jean 

Le m^me 

10 Andre (8) 

Angele 

11 Pierre (8) 
Ferdinand 
Andr^ 

12 Jean (9) 

13 Andre (11) 

14 Ferdiiuind (11) 



Ther^se Proulx 

Pte. Trembles 1711 
Mad. Gottereau, Acadie 
Pierre Naud 8.V. 1760 

Mad. Uebert, S. Roche 

Blanche Trahan, Acadie 
Marie Trahan S.Chs. 1759 
M.Anne Royer St. Antoine 

Marg. Guilbeait S.F.S. 1762 J 
ManeCoulombeS.P.S.1771 
Ther^Tangue S.V. 1781 



Marie Lepage S.V. 1802 
FlavienTernen S.Chs. 1836 

Marg. Leblond S.Chs. 1841 
Apouine (rosselin 

S.Chs. 1813 
F. X.Clement S.Chs. 1*43 
Ang^. Gosselin S.Chs. 1821 



Louise Thibaut S.G. 1827 
M. Zoe Couture S.Chs. 1845 
Marie Aube S.Chs. 1837 



DANDURAND 



1 Antoine 
Elizabeth 
Marie Anne 
Joseph Frs. 
Antoine 

2 Joseph Frs. (1) 



3 Antoine 

Marie Louise 
Jacques 
Charles 
Jean Baptiste 

4 Jean Baptiste 



(I) 



Marie Verieul S.F. 1606 
Jaoq.Gendreau S.Tho.l722 
GuiU BoiUet .. 1734 



M. Mad. Baudouin 

Bert. 1729 
Veronique Proulx 

S.Tho. 1738 
Frs. Fortin S.P.S. 1706 



Elix. Morin S.Tho. 1763 
«S.Tho. 



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Jean BaptiHte 
Charles 
5 Jacque« (3) 

Marie Reine 
Judith 

Matte PeUgie 
Madeleine 
Marie Anne 
Jacques 
(> Jean Baptiste (4) 

7 Charles (4) 

ft Charles (3) 

Genevieve 



Charles 
Pierre 
Felix 
9 Jacques 

10 Charles 

11 Pierre 

12 Felix 



(5) 

m 

(8) 



M. Reine Morin S.Tho 1777 

S.Tho. 
Pierre Bemier S.F.S. 1810 
Jos. Larrive B. 1815 

JoachimGusMlin S.U.1816 
Joe. Mercier u 1820 

Pierre Mercier .. 1820 

M. Mad. Rousseau 

S.P.S. 1796 
M. Mad. Rousseau 

S.P.S. 1802 
Josette Morin S.Tho. 1782 

STho. 
Jos. Theophile Blais 

aP.S. 1820 



Marg. Lacasse S.CIis. 1801 
Fse. Aiarseau S.F.S. 1808 
M. Rosalie Picard 

S.F.S. 1820 
M. Rosalie Proulx 

S.F.a 1825 



DAN(iUE(;UER. 



1 Jean 

Marie Josette 
Angel ique 
Marie 
Jean 
Pierre 

2 Jean (1) 
(Jenevieve 
Louise 

Jos. Abraham 
< «abriel 

3 Pierre (1) 

4 Jow. Abraham (2) 
Felicit*^ 
Felicite 
Angele 
Adelaide 

Jean 
Gabriel 
(iermain 
Elise 

5 Gabriel (2) 

6 Jean (4) 

7 Germain (4) 

8 Gabriel (4) 

9 Elise (4) 



Ange Roulois 

(luUl. Couture B. 1758 
Jos. Dam. Poliquin B. 1752 
Clement Couture B. 1762 



There^ Terrien S. J . 1763 
Ant. Ratte B. 1788 

Guill.BeaucherS.Chs. 1803 



M.Marg. Lacroix a M. 1779 
M. Ange Beaucher B. 1797 
Alexandre Couture B. 1820 
r Frs. Aube B. 1829 

J. B. Couture B. 1824 

F. X. Turgeon B. 18:« 



M. Fse. Cameron S.V. 1797 
Clotilde Foumier B. 1829 
Marg. Vict. Turgeon 

B. 1831 
Henriette Labrecque 

B. 1839 
M Emelie Corriveau 

S.V. 1842 



DANIAU-LAPRISE. 



1 Jean 
Marguerite 

M. Fran^oise 

Jacques 

Le meme 

Jean 

Joseph 

Guillaume 

2 Jacques (1) 
Maii^erite 

M. Marthe 
M. Genevieve 
Jean Baptist 



M. Ls. Michaud S. 1670 
Armand Lavergne 

S.M. 1693 
Frs. Picard S..M. 1700 

Fse. Rondeau S.J. 1686 



Louise Picard S.Tho. 1702 
Ant Morin S.P.S. 1734 
Etn. Fontaine S.P.S. 1737 
Ls. Boulet Bert. 1731 



3 Jean (1) 
Leineme 
Louise Mad. 

M. Madeleine 
Jean 
Joseph 
Le meme* 

Le meme 
M. Louise 

4 (ruillaume (1) 
M. Genevieve 
Pierre Arsene 
Guillaume 

Le meme 
Lememe 

5 Joseph (1) 
Le meme 

M. Genevieve 

Francoise 
Ursule 
M, Thecle 

6 Jean Baptiste 
M. Claire 
Jean Fran9oi8 
Joseph 
Michel Philippe 

7 Joseph 
Mane Josette 

8 Francois 
Marie 
Reine 
Prisque 
Pierre 

Jean I^ptiste 

9 Jean Baptiste (2) 
M. Madeleine 
M. Genevieve 
Rose 

Pierre 
Rene 

10 Jean (8) 

11 Joseph (3) 
Mane Josette 
Josenh 
Nicolas 

12 Pierre Arsene (4) 

Marguerite 

Pierre 

Jean Baptiste 

Joseph 

13 Guillaume (4) 

14 Francois 
Madeleine 
Pierre 
Joseph 
Francois 

16 Michel Phi- (6) 
lippe 
Francois 
Th^r^se 
Joseph 

16 Joseph (6) 
Le meme 

Veronique 

17 JeanFran9oi8(6) 
Le meme 
Marie Reine 
•lean Baptiste 

18 Jean Baptiste (8) 
M. Josette 
Joseph 



Marthe Lamy 

Fae. GuUmet S.M, 1711 

Pierre Rouleau S.M. 1741 

Pierre Patry aM. 1748 



Marc. B4alboeuf aM. 1748 

V. de Pre Gagne 
Marg. Guenet 
Michel Tangue aM. 1778 
Genev. Lamy Bert. 1723 
Frs. BeUoy aV. 1747 



Susanne Dumont Bert 1736 
Jeanne Guimon Bert 1743 
Ange LejMge Bert 1730 
Marie Buodeau Bert . 1758 
Joan Vali^re Nadeau 

Bert 178'» 
Gab. Bilodeau Beit 1788 
Pierre Guilmet Bert 1797 
Pierre Emend Bert 1798 
Claire Blanchet 
Jacq. Bilodeau S.F.a 1749 



M. Jos. Greffart 

J. B. Gagne aF.a 1751 

Marie Rousseau 

Pierre Morin S.P.S. 1756 

Jos. Talbot aP.a 1762 



Mad. Plante S.J. 1747 
Pierre Gautron S.F.S. 1767 
Jean Mercier S.F.S. 1771 
Frs. Gagnon S.F.a 1786 



Th^rese (iuenet B. 1740 
M. Jos. Dalaire S.M. 1741 
Andr^ Forgues aM. 1766 



M. Helene Cadrin 

S. M. 17M 
Chs. Girard B. 1797 



IiAbett Noel a M 1762 

Genev. Morin 

J. B. Rouaseau aP.a 1772 



Anne Fse. Boissonnean 

S. F. a 1758 
Fse. Plante S. Chs. 178H 
Pierre Fradet a Chs. 1815 

UrsuleRichard aF.a 1762 
Veronique Tangue 

a G. 1804 
Michel Oochon S. G. 1823 
Mjurg. Morin a F. S. 1767 
Agatbe Boulet aF.a 1777 
Jean Garant a F. a 1801 

M. Jos. Morin Bert 17^3 
Ant Gagn^ a P. a 1780 



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M. Louue 
>L Charlotte 
Jean Baptiste 
19 Praque (8) 

Lemeiue 



30 Pierre 



(8) 



M.Reine 

Theme 

Genevieve 

Angele 

Pime 
n Pierre (9) 

MAr^nerite 

Rene Abrabam 

Jtan Baptifcte 
SRene (9) 



23 Joseph 
^NicoSUu 



(11) 
(U) 



25 Pierre (12) 

Marie Louise 
Lememe 

Pierre 
% Jowph (12) 

27 JeanBaptiste<12) 
9 Francois (14) 

Angelique 
Jean Marie 
Fran^oift 
Le nMftDe 



M. Euphrosine Lizotte 

S. P. S. 1775 
Ant. Dassylva S.P.S, 1797 
Pierre CamanS.P.S. 1802 

Genev. PlanteaF.S. 1762 
M. Claire Rolandeau 

S. M. 1793 
M. (lenev. Rousseau 

a.P.S. 1770 
Pierre GuilmetS.P.S. 1792 
Alexis LangloisS. U. 1802 
Ls. Duperron S. H. 1805 
Olivier Duperron S.H. 1817 

Fse. Blais Bert. 1773 

Lb. Buteau S. F. S. 1798 



M . (xertrude Queret 

S. V. 1800. 

M.AngePelletierS.M.1772 

M. Ang^ Baoquet 

S. M. 1775 

Roee Furois S. M. 1701 

Michel Vien S. M. 1807 

M. Reine Richard 

S. M. 1802 

M. Ls. Jolin S. H. 1794 
M. Jof . Arsiiin a H. 1808 
Veronique Graudreau 

S. Tho. 1775 
Jaoq. Sauvage S. O. 1806 



(14) 
(14) 
(15) 



©Pierre 

30 Joseph 

31 Joaeph 

Arcfaan^ 
Marcelline 
Ade. Euphrosine 
Michel 
Jscqoes 

32 JcanBaptiste(17) 

Marie Claire 

33 Joseph (18) 

Fran9uise 

Josette 

Picne 

34 JfluiBaptiste<18) 
M. Fran^oine 

M. Josette 

Eaphrodne 
Aagiae 
Genevieve 
Mine Julie 

35 Charles 
Louise 

Andr^ 
Jacques 

36 Fnuioois 
JoEe 

37PisrTe (20) 



M. Pelagie Labont^ 

S. P. S. 1818 
ThereseGarant aF.S.1780 
Marie Baudoin aF.ai784 
Euphrosine Bilodeau 

a Che. 1804 
Frs. Canac S. Chs. 1835 
Michel Blais a Chs. 1836 
Amb. Naud S. Chi>. 1839 



M. Claire Lemieux 

aF.S. 1816 
J. B. Marseau aF.a 1812 
M. Jos. Pellenn 

aP.a 1782 
Greg. Filteau a H. 1812 
Frs. Nollet a H. 1816 

M Jos. BUis Bert. 1783 
FrH. (^rro. Gaumont 

a P. S. 1803 
Maroel Thibault 

a P. S. 1806 
Jacq. Bemier aP.a 1811 
Abraham AutiiaP.ai823 
Jos. Fontaine a P. a 1824 
Chs. Lemieux aP.S. 1826 
M. Ls. Picard 
Isidore Carbonneau 

Bert. 1802 



Julie Gameau (?) 

J. R Boucher aF.a 1826 

Ther^se Baudoin aH. 1802 



ISRsBeAbrm- 
ham 



(21) M. Marg. MorinaM. 1802 



DANIAU— LAPRISE. 

Pierre 

39 JeanBapti8te(21) Marg. Morin a F. S. 
Jean Baptiste 

40 Pierre (2 



1803 



Rosalie Duchesne 

aF.a 1834 
41 Jean Marie (28) M. Barbe VaUee 

aP.a 1812 
Abraham Leclaire 

aP.S. 1838 
(28) M. Delphine BUis 

S. F. a 1835 
(81) Eudore Poliquin 

a Chs. 1836 
(31) Natalie Monmeny 

S. Chs. 1842 

(33) Marie Leclaire S. H. 1813 

Ang6 (^agnon a Chs. 1815 



Marie 

42 Franoois 

43 Michel 

44 Jacques 

45 Pierre 
Lememe 
Pierre 

46 Jacques 
Lememe 

47 Andre 

48 Louis 

49 Pierre 



(35) M. Vict. Mercier Bert. 1807 
Josette Godbout a G. 1816 
(35) Rose Carbonneau Bert. 1806 
(37) MarceUine Noel aP. 1841 
(37) Hum^land MarteiaP. 1841 
Pre. Simeon 
60 Pierre (38) M. Anne Pouliot aM. 1833 

51 Jn. Bapti8te(39) Gener. Gagnon S.F.a 1832 
62 Pierre (45) Adeline Denis aL. 1855 

68 Pre. Simeon (49) Belxemire (renest S.P. 186<> 



1 ThomsH 
Joseph 
Le meme 

M. Genevieve 

2 Joseph 
Joseph 

3 Franguis 
Marie 

Marie 
Joseph 
Le meuie 

4 Joseph 

5 Joseph 



DANIEL. 

Barbe Poisson 



Susanne Lefebvre, V. 

de Jean Plante S. J. 1715 
Frs. PrudhomrneaP. 1747 

(1) Fse. Bilodeau S. Frs. 1726 

Agathe Terrien 
Pierre Verpillot 

a Chs. 1763 
Jos. Roy S. Chs. 1765 

M. Cath. Tui^feun B. 1756 

(2) M. Ls. Laniare aP.a 1756 

(3) M. Fse. Dion S.F..S. 1774 



1 Francois 
Jean 

2 Jean 
Marie 
Archange 
Angele 
Le meme 
Frederic 
Le meme 

3 Frederic 



DARVEAU. 

Marie Savard Pte. Tremble 

(1) Reine Gagnon S.F.a 1803 
Pierre Gontier S.G. 1821 
F. X. Patouel S.(;. 1829 
Michel McCarthy S.G. 1830 
M. Marg. FortierS.V.lSlO 



Scolastique Patry S. V. 1844 
V. 1842 



(2) El^inore Theberge 
S.\ 



DEBLOIS. 



1 Gregoire 
Reine 
Marie 

Jean Baptii>te 
Joseph 
Germain 
Jean 

2 Joseph 
Madeleine 
Anne 

Marguerite 
Simon 
Joseph 



Fse. Viger S.R. 1662 

Sixte Lerreau S.F. 1694 
J. B. Dupont S. F. 1605 



(1) Marg. Rousseau aF. 1686 
Etn. Bluteau aF. 1709 
Noel Couet a Frs. 1717 
Jean Paquet 



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Jean Baptiste 
Le meme 

3 Jean 
Fran9oi8e 
Claire 
M. Marthe 
Le mem^ 
Le meme 

4 Germain 
M. Marthe 
M. Madeleine 
Marie 
Ang^lique 
Ang^licine 
Germain 
Pierre 

5 Jean Baptiste (1 ) LouiM Peltier 



Mane Lefort S. Frs. 1718 
(1) Fae. Rooaseau a Frs. 1688 
Jaoq. Labb^ S. Fn. 1709 
Cha. Paradis S. Frs. 1714 
MathieuParent S.FrB.1721 
Genev. Lemaitre Q. 1706 
Marg. MeunierS.Fr8.17l9 
(1) M. Mad. DupontS.F.l696 
Chs. Laignon S.F. 1732 
Pierre Drouin S.F. 1734 
Cha. Loiaeau S.F. 1746 
Pierre Serand 8.F. 1762 
yJeanRocray S.F. 1760 



Lememe 

Madeleine 

Claire 

Catherine 

Felicite 

Pierre 

Jean Bapti^te 

Joseph 

Francois 

Agathe 

^Uhrid 

Fran9oi8 

CharleH 

Pierre 

Le meme 

Marie 

M. Gertrude 

Basile 

Simon 

Ther^»e 

Madeleine 

Louis 

Charleft 

Fran^iA 

Le meme 



S.F. 1703 



M. Mad. Labbe S.Fn.inO 
Ant Gagnon S. Frs. 1760 
Chs. Poulin S. Frs. 1744 
Chs. Landry S. Frs. 1746 
Aug. Landry S. Frs, 1748 



Agathe Poulin 

Mfichel Morisset S.F. 1746 

Lh. Asselin S.F. 1764 



Gertrude V^rieul 

S. Frs. 1723 
Frs. Dub^ S. Frs. 1767 
Frs. Lebrun S.F. 1766 

Marg. Gu^rard S.Frs. 1716 
Ls. D^ire S. Frs. 1753 
Joe. Lejeime S. Frs. 1757 



Marthe Marseau 



8 Jean Baptiste (2) Ang^ Dumont <4ue. 1719 



9 Joseph 

10 Germain 

11 Pierre 

Anastasie 



(2) Veronique Martineau 

S. Frs. 1724 
(4) Cath. Lehoux S. F. 17378 
(4) M. Cath. Letoumeau 

S.F. 1746 
Urbain Thibodean 

S.F. 1777 
Jos. Perrot 



Catherine Jos. Perrot S.F. 1777 

Chs. Maxine 
Pre Chrysologue 
12 Jean Baptiste (5) Cath (lagn^ S. Frs. 1737 



Marie Anne 
Jean Baptiste 
62 Joseph 
Le mene 

14 Pierre 
A Loui» 

Etienne 

15 Francois 
Abondance 
Josette 
Francoife 

16 Charles 
Basile 
Charien 

17 Pierre 

18 Basile 
■ Charlotte 

IVIarie 
Basile 
Fran9ois 
Amhroi«e 



Jean Gagnon S. Frs. 1765 

(5) Marie Foumier S.Fr8.1742 

174? 



M. Dorothee Cote 
(5) Ang<i Fugere 

(5) Ursule Levasseur 

(6) Marie Guion S.F. 
Michel Tremblay .. 
J. B. Asselin •• 



1747 
1774 
1782 



(6) Marthe Asselin S.F. 1749 



U 



Marie Gu^rarJ S.Fre. 1749 
Marthe Lehoux aF. 1762 
Jos Laurent n 1794 
Jos. Boivin h 1799 



19 Charles 
Biarie 
Charles 

20 Louis 
Lememe 
Louise 



Marie Yictoire 

21 Fran9ois 

Lememe 

22 Chs. Maxime(ll) 

23 Pre.Chry90-(ll) 

logue 

24 Jean Bap- 

tiste 

25 Franfois (16) 
Marguerite 
Mane 

26 Charles (16) 
M. Thecle 
Jean Marie 
Pierre 

BasUe 
Francois 
Joseph 
Le meme 
M. Josette 
Madeleine 

27 Basile 



5^ EDWARD VIL, A. 1906 

DEBLOIS. 

(7) Eliz. Fugere &Fra. 1741 
Jos. Martiiieaa t* 1776 

(7) M. Jos. Larriv^ S.F. 1743 
H^l^ne Gagnon .. 1745 
Hyacinthe MartineAO 

aFra. 1764 
Jos. LerrcAu tt 1779 
M. Th^r^ Asselin 

F.S. 1753 
Marie Basin aU. 1791 
Th^r^ Tringue S.F. 1776 
M. Ange GigD^ » 1780 

(12) Mad. Gagnon aFra. 1759 



Marg. Poulin aF. 1776 
Jos. Aiartineau « 1807 
Etn. Drcmm .. 1812 

M. Jos.BaudonS.FrB. 1773 
Frs. Canac. .. 1808 



28 Pierre 

Piene 

29 BasUe 
Louis 

30 Pierre 

Pierre 

31 Basile 



32 Francois (18) 
M. Marthe 
M. Adelaide 
Olive 
Th^rtw 
Barthelemi 
Paul 

33 Ambroise 

34 Charies 

35 Franyois 

Catherine 



M. Mad. Pepin aF. 1791 
Fra. Dorval m 1816 

Ls. Guerard , n 1896 
M. Anastasie Beaucher 

aF. 1780 
Marie Avare 

S. Marie 

Sussanne Deblois 
Louis 

Fse. Baudouin 
Bert. 

(18) M. Abondance Avare 

aF. 1792 
Tb^r^ Beaucher .« 1799 
Jean Lheureux n 1827 
F.X. Asselin .. 1832 

J. B. Martineau .. 1841 
Jean CJanac aPrs. 1823 



Lememe 

36 Basile 
A Etienne 

Etienne 

37 Joseph 

38 Jean Mari*^ 

39 Pierre 
Ludivine 
Marguerite 
Pierre 
Charles 
Marcel 

40 Pierre 

41 Joseph 
Julienne 
Joseph 

42 Louis 



(26) 



(26) 
(26) 
26) 



(28) 



(29) 



43 Piene (30) 

44 Barthdlemi (32) 
Marie 
Marcelline 

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. Faucher aF. 1807 
Thecle Gagnon S Fra. 1760 
Cath. Morel .. 1704 

V. de Frs. Dompiere 
Edouard Guerara 

aFrs.1829 

Ther^ Pouliot S.L. 1847 

M. Jos. Pepin S.Frs. 1801 

S. Marie 1780 

M. Ls. Iiemelin aFrs. 1808 
M. Ang^ Dorval S.F. 1812 
Maig. C^nac aF. 1812 
Jos.TH6bert aFrs. 1842 
Chs. (^u^rard n 1845 



Marie Parent B. 1793 

Marg. Paient Que. 1785 
Jos. Jolin SLF. 1821 

Est-ce le menie No. 40. 
M Marg. Sa^-oie aFr8.1817 

fi[amouraskiL 
Elia. Belodeau S.Frs. 1820 
Angele Beaucher S.F. 18S1 
Slis. Drouin i* 1866 

Jos. Beaucher .. 1859 



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fiATth^lemi 
45 PaoI 

Mftne 

PftOl 

Joseph 
«Piem 

47 MATod 

48 Charles 

49 Joseph 

Joseph 

50 Etienne 
Olive 



(32) 



(39) 
(39) 
(39i 
(41) 



(3e») 



Harie Louise 
51 Btfth^emi (44) 
» Ptol (45) 

51 Joseph (49) 

54Jo«ph - (45) 



Genev. Drouin S.F. 1831 
Piftire Demeule u 1852 
Anselme Druain h 1858 



Marie Lepage S.Frs. 1846 
E]iz» Gosselm aL. 1852 
Susume Audet S.F. 1855 
Euphrofiine Fouliot 

S.J. 1815 

M. Ls. Faucher S.M. 1825 
G^lestin Montigny 

S. P. 1858 
18(M) 
F. 1864 
Banlisse Canac .. 1857 
Cath. H^lie n 1839 

D^erise Canac .. 1868 



Timothy Cbatigny i 
An^e Pepin S.] 



1 Niodas 
Charles 

SChtfles 
Charles 
Lememe 
Maii^nerite 
Marie Anne 
Geoevi^Te 
Genevieve 
Jean 

3Cbark« 
Lememe 
Madeleine 
Marie Anne 
M Marianne 
Elizabeth 
IL AjMp^li^ue 
Marie Loaise 
LoQis 

4 Lofais' 
Marie 
Joseph 
Charles 
Ecienne 

5 Jean 

M Franfoise 

6 Joseph 

7 Charles 
Lememe 
Marie Anne 
Marie 
Charles 

A Etienne 

8 Charles 



DEL AGE 
Marie Petit 



S.F. 1669 



(1) Marie Manseau S.L 1697 



Marg. Plante 
Pierre Cote 
Ls. Labrecque 
Jos. Pepin 
2f Gab. Filteau 

(2) Mad. Ponliot 
M. Jos. Plante 
Basile Fortier 
Frs. Dalaiie 
Jean Bloain 
Jacq. Gaudreau 
Guill Audet 
Joe. Drouin 

(3) Mad. Dalaiie 
Etn. Turcot 



S. J. 1706 

S.L. 1726 

H 1730 

.. 1730 

S.J. 1744 

S.L.1723 
S. J. 1725 
.. 1751 
.. 1754 
.. 1754 
M 1761 
u 1763 
.. 1783 

H 1763 
.. 1794 



(2) M. Blanche Doiicet 

Oue. 1761 
Frs. Audet S. J. 1789 

1786 
1789 
1792 
1812 
1822 



(4) Mad. Lefebvre 

(4) M. Ls. Thivierge 

M. Anne Huot 

Jacq. Blouin 

Jos. Dupuis 



(4) Blad. Canac S.H. 1800 
(7) Marie Picard S.Frs. 1822 



DELANTEIGNE-LANTAGNE 



1 Jean Nicolas 

Jean Michel 

2 Jean Michel 



Pierre 
Le meme 
Marie 

Marie Anne 
Francois 
Jean Baptiste 
Joseph 
3 Franfois (2) 

Marie Anne 



Marie Gerard 

Ev. d'Avranches 

(1) M. Jeanne Charier 

S.Ch8. 1766 

Agathe Ouimet S.M. 1770 
Frs. Vall^ ., 1790 

Gab. Thibaut .. 1802 



Marie Anne Fortin 

8.V. 1804 
F^r^ Labreque 8.(;'. 1827 



DELANTEIGNE-LANTAGNE. 



Franfois 
Joseph 
4 Jean Baptiste (2) 



Lememe 

5 Fran9oi8 

6 Joseph 

7 Pierre 
Le meme 
Ang^lique 

8 Joeeph 
Catherine 



(3) 
(3) 
(2) 



(2) 



Marie Anne Charier 

S.Ch8. 1808 
Constance Gaudreau 

S.M. 1818 
Genev. Balan S.G. 1825 
H^l^neBalan m 1828 

Th^rese Clement S.H. 1788 
Th^t^se Canac .. 1791 
Andr^Helid .. 1815 

Cath. Fortier « 1802 

Jos. Turcot u 1820 



DELAUNAY 



Jacques 
Catherine 
2 Nicolas 

Franooise 
Madeleine 



Cath. Bernard 
JeanLarche veque C. R. 1683 
Antoinette Durand 

<>ue. 1661 
Nicolas Cadrin S.F. 1679 
Frs. Morvent 
Nicolas 

3 Simon Jeanne Ceillier 
Claude 

4 Gilles Louise Dubois 
Pierre 

5 Pierre (4) Frs. Pinguet 
Henri 

A Claude (3) Denise Leclaire S.F. 1669 

6 Henri (5) Frs. Cretie Beauport 1679 
M. Fran9oi8e Jean Brochu Que. 1697 
M. Fran^ise T Jacq. Griffart 
Marguerite Pierre Belanger 

Beauport 1700 

7 Nioohw (2) Elis. Rainville Que. 1695 

8 Julien Fse. Perreau Ev. de Dole 
Nicolas 

9 Nicolas (9) Ang^ Roy Bert. 1729 
M. Angelique Baptiste Kogerie •• 1749 



1694 



Que. 1645 



DELEUGRE 



1 Jacoues 
Matnurine 
.Jacques 

2 Jacques 



Msrie Taupier Que. 1661 
Jean Plante S.F. 1687 



(1) Cath. Gendreau CR. 1688 
DEFOURNEAU 



2 Jean Baptiste (1) V^ronique Cochon 
V^ronique J. B. Roy S.V. 1753 

ElixAbeth J. B. RemiUard .. 1764 



DELISLE. 



1 Louis 
Marie Louise 

Antoine 

2 Antoine 



Louise dcM Granges 

Que. 1669 
Ch». RobitoiUe 

Pte. Trembles 1705 



(I) M. Cath. Faucher 

Pte. Trembe 1694 
M. Catherine Jean Amiot «t 1722 

M. Catherine 2° Jean Renaud 

Pte. Tremble 1784 
Ls. Joseph 



3 Louis Joseph (2) M. Mad.Toupin 

Louie Joseph 
Jean BaptiHte 



Pte. tremble 1724 



4 Louis Joseph (3) M. (iertrude Lemieux 

Cap. S. Ign. 1749 
Levis 
M. Fran^)i8e Aug. Dion S.J. 1774 

Marguerite Pierre Fontaine .. 1780 



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r Jean Boucher S.H. 
S.J. 



Msrgiterite 

Genevieve Louis Gobeil 

Chs. Kuphrosine Fra. Curodeau 
Chs. Euphroeine 2° Fni. Bloiiin 
Isaac Timothee 
Louis Abraham 
Joseph 
. Jean Bapti8te(3) Genev. Lemieux 
Cap. S. 



5 Joseph 

6 Isaac Tim- 

othee 
Ang^lique 
Marie Louise 
Archan^ 
Madeleme 
Joseph 

7 Louis Abra- 

ham 
Marie 



111 



Elis. Leblanc 
Fse. Curodeau 

Joseph Ratte 
Pierre Dutile 
Louis Roberffe 
Jomph Tardif 



^J. 
8.J. 

S.H. 







5-6 EDWARD VII., A. 1906 






DEMEULK 


1804 


Le meme 


Ange Pepin a J. 1780 


1784 


4 Fran9ois 


(2) Elis. Denis S.L. 1773 


1787 


Marie Josette Basile Bouchard .. 1805 


1808 


6 Joseph 


(2) Mad. Pepin S.J. 17a'> 


1 


Madeleine 


Pierre De«combes .. 1813 




Joseph 




1 


Francois 






Pierre 


• 


1751 


6 Charles 


(2) M. Anne Labrecque 

. S.L. 1788 


1777 1 




1784 1 


Le meme 


Josette BUodeau aF. 1812 




7 Joseph 


(5) M. Marg. Boissonneau 


18U2 




S.J. 1809 


1807 


Marie Anne 


Marcel Letellier m I8.V1 


1809 


Marie 


Laurent Goaselin n 17«W 


1810 


Magloire 





(4) Marie Curodeau S.J 1787 



Loui» Abraham 

Le meme 

Theotiste 

Marfruerite 

Alexis 

Joseph 

Le meme 

Emelie 

Jean Baptiste 

Le meme 



Nioc»las Baillargeon 
8.L. 



Marie Bouffart 
Ant. Noel 
Fr6. Maranda 



Marie Noel 
F(^Ux Maranda 



S.J. 
S.L. 



1811 

1802 
1825 
1831 



1811 
1839 



M. Jos. Boissonneau 
S.J. 

Francois Xavier 
8 Joseph (6) M. Anne Lemietix 

Levis 
(7) Ang^le Baillargeon 

S.L. 
(7) Marie Maranda S.L. 



9 Louis Abra 
ham 

10 Joseph 
Felix^ 
Le meme 

11 Alexis 
Leocadie 
Sara 
Adelaide 



1819 



1808 

1811 
1829 

1846 
1831 
1864 
1869 
1860 
1839 
1873 



Fse. Audet ti 

(7) Josette Pepin S. J. 
Paul Paquet n 

Aug L<m)ieux m 
Ls. Hebert 

12 Jean Bapti8te(7) Marie Godbout S.L 
Anffelique Del- F. X. Grenier m 

pnine 
Ismael 
Desire 
Zephirin 

13 Francois Xa- (7) Henriette Gosselin 

vier S.J. 1842 

14 Ismael (12) Louise Roberge S.L. 1870 
16 Desir^ Caroline Labrecque 

S.L. 187