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From: "Elton Oubre" <>
Subject: Re: Acadians deported to Maryland
Date: Wed, 30 Oct 2002 10:11:26 -0800
Marriage "at" PCP ain't absolute. I know of a couple of records of people
living in the St. Gabriel to Baton Rouge area, in that time period, before
and after, which were recorded at PCP.
> [Original Message]
> From: Lucie M. Consentino <>
> To: <>
> Date: 10/29/02 10:19:10 AM
> Subject: Re: Acadians deported to Maryland
> Hi Don,
> I have gone through the whole of this book on the Acadians in Maryland and
> find no birth/baptism for Marie Boudreau daughter of Benjamin and Ccile
> What I do find in the "Analysis of the 1763 Census" is that Amant Valery
> Hebert was 14 years old in 1767 and on 30 September 1776 he married Marie
> Boudros, d/o Benjamin and Ccile Melanson referenced is: PCP-2, part 2,
> and PCP-4, 128. PCP refers to the Pointe-Coupe parish of St-Franois. I
> do not have those.
> If I read this correctly, his father Paul Hebert was in Georgetown 1763,
> St. Gabriel
> in 1767 and at Pointe Coupe 1767/1769/1776
> It would then seem to me that Amant and and Marie Boudrot married at
> I cannot find anything else. If I do, I'll post it.
> pages130 & 132 "Acadians in Maryland" by Gregory A. Wood - Lucie
> Lucie LeBlanc Consentino
> Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home
> American Canadian Genealogical Society
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Don Boudreaux" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 9:38 AM
> Subject: Acadians deported to Maryland
> > Does anyone know how I can find out about some Acadians that were
> > deported to Maryland
> > during the expulsion?
> > In Stephen White's Dictionaire P200 has Benjamin Boudrot m. Cecile
> > Melanson. Their
> > daughter Marie married 30 SEP 1776 Amand Valery Hebert. She died 12 Aug
> > 1847 and
> > in the Baton Rouge Diocese Archives Records V4 page 91 it states: She
> > was born
> > in Maryland of Acadian parents caught in the expulsion from Acadia. I
> > would like
> > to find out more about Marie Boudreaux's life in Maryland.
> > Last Saturday Confederate Brigadier General Louis Hebert was re-interred
> > and as a
> > member of the Sons of Confederate Vererans I was a pallbearer. I looked
> > up his
> > genealogy and found out his father's mother was Marie Boudreaux and her
> > father was
> > Benjamin Boudrot, who was the brother of my g-g-g-grandfather Zacharie
> > Boudrot, which
> > made him my first cousin 6 generations removed. Being part of this
> > ceremony was
> > like being able to live a day in 1865 with all the splendor of the day.
> > And to
> > find out his connection to me made it an even more special occasion.
> > Don Boudreaux
> > Lafayette, La.
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