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Subject: Re: [ACADIAN] Joseph Hebert-Francoise Hebert
Date: Fri, 21 Oct 2011 00:51:07 -0400 (EDT)


Cecil,

Some more facts here.
Karen Theriot Reader

First Generation


1. Marie Francoise LANDRY was born1 on 12 Jan 1803 in , St. Martin, LA.
She was christened2 on 6 Nov 1803 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA.
Marie married3 Edouard LELEUX son of Francois LELEUX and Marguerite
LAMBERT on 14 Dec 1824 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA. Edouard was born on 10
Jan 1799 in , St. Martin, LA. He was christened on 2 Jul 1799 in St.
Martinville, St. Martin, LA.



Second Generation

2. Valentin LANDRY was born4 about Aug 1778 in , St. Landry, LA. He was
christened5 on 13 May 1779 in Opelousas, St. Landry, LA. He died6 after 18
Aug 1827. He married7,8 Marie Anne HEBERT on 13 Apr 1801 in St. Martinville,
St. Martin, LA.

3. Marie Anne HEBERT was born9 on 2 Mar 1784 in , St. Martin, LA. She was
christened10 on 16 May 1784 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA. She died11
on 14 Jun 1823 in , St. Martin, LA. She was buried12 on 15 Jun 1823 in
St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA.

Marie had a will probated13 on 1 Oct 1823 in St. Martinville, St. Martin,
LA.



Third Generation

4. Firmin LANDRY was born14 about 1726 in Village-Germain-Landry,
Pisiguit, , Acadia. He died15 on 3 Feb 1801 in , St. Martin, LA. He was
buried16,17,18 on 4 Feb 1801 in St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA. He married Theotiste
THIBODEAU about 1770 in , , LA.

Firmin emigrated19 in 1755 from Oxford, Talbot, MD. He was counted in a
census20,21 on 7 Jul 1763 in Oxford, Talbot, MD. He resided22 on 14 Jan 1766
in Tuckahoe, , MD. He was counted in a census23 in 1771 in Attakapas, St.
Martin, LA. He was counted in a census24 in 1773 in , , LA. He served in the
military25 Militia at Attakapas in 1774/1777 in Attakapas, St. Martin,
LA. He was counted in a census26 on 30 Oct 1774 in Attakapas, St. Martin, LA.
He was counted in a census27 on 4 May 1777 in Attakapas, St. Martin, LA. He
had a will probated28,29 on 23 Mar 1801 in St. Martinville, St. Martin,
LA.

PARENTS: Professor Stephen A. White, genealogist , University of Montcon
in New Brunswick states: "
Regarding Firmin Landry, I am aware of the hypothesis that has recently
been advanced to the effect
that Firmin Landry who married Françoise Thibodeau and Théotiste Thibodeau
was a son of Charles
Landry and Marie LeBlanc. The researchers who have reached this conclusion
seem to have some
reason for rejecting what appears to be recorded in Firmin's burial record
at St. Martinville, (4 Feb. 1801
at age 67 yrs) (SM Ch.: V. 4, #231) which according to Father Donald
Hébert (Southwest Louisiana
Records, vol 1, p. 344) shows that Théotiste Thibodeau's husband was a son
of Alexandre Landry. I do
not know what their reason might be for this, and consequently I am not
changed in my belief that Firmin
Landry was a son of Alexandre Landry and Marguerite Blanchard. Insofar as
I know, Marguerite
Blanchard's husband was the only Alexandre Landry who was fathering
children in Acadia around the

time of Firmin Landry's birth (about 1726, or perhaps about 1728 as you
suggest, although the burial
record would make him much younger, born about 1734). Please note that
Alexandre Landry who
married Anne Flan could not have been Firmin's father, because he and Anne
were only married in 1732.
" "..... Firmin Landry and his first wife, Françoise Thibodeau, were
enumerated among the Acadians at
Oxford, Maryland, in 1763. In this record Françoise is called Elizabeth,
but this is the only mention of her
under that given name, and may simply be an error. I do not know when
Firmin and his family left
Maryland for Louisiana. There are lists that show when many Acadians from
Maryland arrived in New
Orleans (Jacqueline K. Voorhies, Some Late Eighteenth-Century Louisianans
(Lafayette: University of
Southwestern Louisiana 1973), pp. 430-437; Lawrence Kinnard, ed., "Spain
in the Mississippi Valley," in
the Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the year
1945, vol. II, pp. 140-142), but
Firmin Landry is not listed on any of them. The eldest child of Firmin's
second marriage, a girl named
Françoise in memory of his first wife, was born Oct. 22, 1770, so we may
presume that Françoise
Thibodeau was dead by at least sometime in 1769, but I am unaware of any
document that would permit
greater precision in fixing the date of her death. I believe that Firmin
Landry must have brought his family
to Louisiana by ship, as there was no other practical method of making the
trip at that time." " I have not
been able to identify Françoise Thibodeau's parents. She and Firmin Landry
appear to have both come
from Pisiguit. All the Thibodeaus there appear to have lived in Assumption
Parish, on the east side of the
river. They all descended from Pierre Thibodeau, l'aine and Anne-Marie
Bourg. Pierre and Anne-Marie
might consequently have been Françoise's paternal grandparents." Professor
White states above that
Alexandre Landry was the son of Germain Landry. In 1755 the family was
deported by the British to
Oxford, Maryland, in the New England colony. In 1763, Firmin and his first
wife, Elizabeth Françoise
Thibodeau and the children of his first wife, appear in the census of the
Acadian prisoners who still
remained in Maryland during the eight years that ensued from: "LANDRY
Firmin, Elizabeth his wife,
Joseph and Saturin Landry, Eleine and Magdne. Landry" ("THE FRENCH
PRESENCE IN MARYLAND p.
193 "Acadians in the 1763 Census =E2=80=91 Oxford") Professor White
further writes in a letter to B.R.
Malkmus of Decatur Alabama, and basing his assumption on the death or
burial record of Firmin Landry
m. Théotiste Thibodeaux that states that Firmin was the son of (Alexandre
Landry and =) establishing an
Alexandre Landry as the father of Firmin Landry. he states: "Once we
eliminate from consideration the
Alexandre Landry who married Anne Flan, the only other Alexandre known who
might have been
Firmin's father was Germain's son. As it happens that Alexandre Landry's
other children, including
Genevieve I mentioned in my letter to Dr. Landry, were all in Oxford,
Maryland, in close proximity to
Firmin, There is certainly a certain amount of plausability to the
identification I have proposed. I do not
know what led Janet Jehn to believe that Firmin Landry was a son of Pierre
Landry and Marguerite
Forest. Such a possibility is quite effectively precluded by the
declaration at Belle-Ile-en-Mer of Jean
Theriot, grandson of Pierre and Marguerite, wherin all of Pierre and
Marguerite's children are named, but
there is no Firmin among them. The only hypotheses concerning Firmin
Landry's parentage remains to
be tested are mine and the one suggesting that he was the son of Charles
Landry and Marie Leblanc. In
my opinion the case turns on whether or not Firmin's burial record indeed
names his father as Alexandre,
as Father Donald Hebert maintains. If that is so, then I am inclined to
believe that Firmin who was the
son of Charles Landry must have been someone other than your ancestor."
!BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGES-CHILDREN-IMMIGRATION: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET

GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6
vols.; p. 1406 (Pisiguid);
own copy. Firmin LANDRY, born 1725, "doubtless" son of Pierre & Marguerite
FOREST, married 1st
around 1752 to Elizabeth-Francoise THIBODEAU (no parents given for either
wife); four children. He
married 2nd around 1770 to Théotiste THIBODEAU; three children. Deported
to Maryland, he settled in
Attakapas, LA.

MARRIAGES-CHILDREN-CENSUS: Winston De Ville, MARRIAGE CONTRACTS OF THE
ATTAKAPAS
POST; 1760-1803; St. Martinville, LA, Attakapas Historical Assoc., 1966;
p. 66, #173; California State
Library Sutro, F377 A8D38 1967.

PROBATE: Posted 2 Sep 2002 by Stanley LeBLANC or "Cajun"
() to <ACADIAN-
>. SUCCESSION OF FIRMIN LANDRY The inventory of the
items in Firmin

Landry's estate is found in the St. Martin courthouse Original Acts Book
20, no. 63 and was opened 23
March 1801. The documents are all in French. Following is an English
translation: Today, March 23,
1801, I Charles deBlanc, Capt of the Army, Civil and Military Commander of
Attakapas and its
dependencies, Adjutant, Notary Public and writer ______ . Having been
informed of the death of FIRMIN
LANDRY which occurred after last February 2, I was transported to his
place to proceed with the
Inventory. To __ the rights of THEOTISTE THIBODAUX, wife of the deceased,
that of the major children
and minors, descending from the three marriages namely JOSEPH LANDRY,
deceased, leaving ten
children; Helene, deceased, leaving one child, who are heirs through
representation of their father and
mother of the first marriage; Anne Gaudin, widow of Rene Broussard, today
wife of Noble Wilkins,
legitimate daughter of the surviving widow; and of the second marriage
FRANCOISE, HUBERT,
HELENE, ROSALIE, VALENTINE, ALEXANDRE, AGNES, and MARGUERITE LANDRY all
heirs to
equal portions of the estate of deceased FIRMIN LANDRY and THEOTISTE
THIBODAUX. HUBERT
LANDRY was elected as tutor (guardian) for the minors who were ROSALIE,
VALENTINE, ALEXANDRE,
AGNES, and MARGUERITE .


5. Theotiste THIBODEAU was born about 1740 in , , , Acadia. She died
before 21 Jun 1824 in , , LA.

Theotiste was counted in a census30 on 9 Apr 1766 in Cabahannocer, St.
James, LA. She was counted in a census31 in 1771 in Attakapas, St. Martin, LA.
She was counted in a census32 on 30 Oct 1774 in Attakapas, St. Martin, LA.


PARENTS: Donald J. Hebert, SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA RECORDS; vol. 1-A, p. 479.
When her
daughter Marie LANDRY was baptized on 23 Apr 1780 at age 3 months, the
godmother was Marie
Louise TIBODO, aunt of the baptized (Opel.Ch.: v.1-A, p. 32).


6. Joseph HEBERT was born about 1740 in , , , Acadia. He died33 in Oct
1790 in , St. Martin, LA. He was buried34 on 13 Oct 1790 in St. Martinville,
St. Martin, LA. He married Francoise HEBERT about 1763 in Halifax, , ,
Acadia.

Joseph was counted in a census35 on 9 Apr 1766 in Cabahannocer, St. James,
LA. He was counted in a census36 on 14 Sep 1769 in Acadian Coast,
Ascension, LA. He served in the military37,38 Attakapas Militia on 1 May 1777 in
Attakapas, St. Martin, LA. He was counted in a census39 on 4 May 1777 in
Attakapas, St. Martin, LA. He had a will probated40,41 in Feb 1810 in St.
Martinville, St. Martin, LA.

MARRIAGE: He and his wife Francoise HEBERT were 1st cousins.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-RESIDENCES: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE
DES
ACADIENS; 1600-1800; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, vols. 2-6; p. 2509
(Louisiana); own copy.
Joseph HÉBERT, born 1740, "evidently" the son of Jean-Baptiste & Claire
ROBICHAUX, married around
1762 to Francoise HÉBERT (no parents given), born in 1745; twelve
children. He was kept prisoner by
the English at Halifax until the peace treaty of 1763. Living with him in
Louisiana in 1766 was an orphan
named Jean-Charles [HEBERT?], born 1751. In 1769 Joseph occupied lot #87
on the east bank of the
Mississippi River at St. James [parish, LA]. His wife died in 1810.

PROBATE: Donald J. Hebert, SOUTHWEST LOUISIANA RECORDS; 1801-1810; vol.
1-B, Rayne, LA,
Author, 1996; pp. 371, 436 & 448; own copy; contains church and civil
records. Succession of Joseph
HEBERT dated Feb 1810 shows wife Francoise HEBERT, [son] Agricole LEBLANC
married to Frosine
HEBERT, [daughter] Marie HEBERT married to Valentin LANDRY. Recorded at
St. Martin Parish
Courthouse, St. Martinville, LA (SM Ct.Hse.: Succ.#50).
On p. 373: ten children named in his succession #50, with some spouses.


7. Francoise HEBERT was born about 1745 in , , , Acadia. She died42 on 2
Jul 1810 in Fausse Pointe, St. Martin, LA. She was buried43 on 3 Jul 1810 in
St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA.
Francoise was counted in a census44 on 9 Apr 1766 in Cabahannocer, St.
James, LA. She was counted in a census45 on 14 Sep 1769 in Acadian Coast,
Ascension, LA. She was counted in a census46 on 4 May 1777 in Attakapas, St.
Martin, LA. She had a will probated47 on 7 Feb 1810 in St. Martinville, St.
Martin, LA.



Fourth Generation

8. Alexandre LANDRY was born48,49 about 1695 in Port Royal, , , Acadia. He
died50 before 7 Jul 1763 in , , MD. He married51 Marie Marguerite
BLANCHARD about 1723 in , , , Acadia.

Alexandre emigrated52 in 1755 from Oxford, Talbot, MD.

BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE
GENEALOGIQUE
DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre
d'Etudes Acadiennes,
1999, 2 vols.; p. 930; own copy. #(31):

CENSUS: 1698, Port Royal, Acadia, age two years 6 months.

BIRTH: Arsenault, H&G, p. 1402 (Pisiguit). Born 1695.


9. Marie Marguerite BLANCHARD was born53 about 1707 in , , , Acadia. She
died in 1763/1769.

Marie was counted in a census54 on 7 Jul 1763 in Oxford, Talbot, MD.

BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES
FAMILLES
ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes,
1999, 2 vols.; p. 145;
own copy.

BEWARE: She has a sister named Marguerite, married to Pierre BOURG.

CENSUS: On 7 Jul 1763 listed with prisoners at Oxford, MD: Marie
(BLANCHARD) LANDRY with Anne &
Elizabeth LANDRY, Marguerite & Genevieve LANDRY, Ursule (LANDRY) BABIN,
widow [of Jean-
Baptiste BABIN]; Marie BABIN; Marguerite & Anne BABIN; Firmin LANDRY,
Elizabeth (THIBODEAU),
his wife; Joseph & Saturin LANDRY; Eleine & Magdeleine LANDRY.
[Where were her children Vincent & Marie-Josephe?]

CENSUS: By 14 Sep 1769 on census of Acadian Coast, LA, Lot # 57 has
Mathurin LANDRY, age 35, is
listed with Anne (Madeleine) LANDRY, age 33, and Marie, 8 months.
On Lot #66 we find Joseph LINCOURT, age 29, and Genevieve LANDRY, age 32,
with Rosalie, age 2.
On Lot #80: Etienne LANDRY with Marie (Josephe), age 35; and Jean-Baptiste
age 2; Ignase, 3
months; Nastasie, sister age 12 [child of father's 1st marriage];
Elizabeth sister in law, age 31.
On Lots #81, #82, we also find Marie Marguerite's children, and the 1769
census of Attakapas has
Frimin LANDRY, age 42 and his family. The list of Acadian Families at San
Gabriel has in Family 12
Jacinto LANDRY, age 24, with wife Marguerita (LANDRY), age 25.
All her children are accounted for, but no listing for her, now would be
66 years old. Probably died
between 7 Jul 1763 in MD, and before 14 Sep 1769 in LA. (Credit to Roger
A. ROZENDAL
() for this analysis.


10. Charles THIBODEAU was born55 on 27 May 1713 in Port Royal, , ,
Acadia. He was christened56 on 27 May 1713 in Port Royal, , , Acadia. He died57
in 1763/1765. He married58 Brigitte BREAU about 1739 in , , , Acadia.

Charles was counted in a census59,60 on 12 Aug 1763 in Halifax, , ,
Acadia.

BIRTH-CHRISTENING-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE

GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick,
Centre
d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1518; own copy. #(24):

BIRTH: Arsenault, H&G, p. 808 (Port Royal).

BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE
DES
ACADIENS, vols. 1-6; 1630-1775; Quebec, Le Conseil de la Vie Francaise en
Amerique, 1965; p. 15776
(Chipoudy & Petitcoudiac) & p. 2597 (Louisiana); own copy. Charles, born
in 1713, of Petitcoudiac,
Acadia, son of Michel & Agnes DUGAS of Port Royal, married around 1739 to
Brigitte BREAUX (no
parents listed). Six children listed. [On p. 1576 there are only three
listed: Anselme, born around 1739;
Marguerite, 1740; & Anastasie, 1744.]


11. Brigitte BREAU was born on 17 Mar 1719 in Riviere aux Canards, , ,
Acadia. She was christened61 on 18 May 1719 in Grand Pré, , , Acadia. She
died in Aug 1765 in , St. Martin, LA. She was buried62,63,64 on 5 Aug 1765 in
St. Martinville, St. Martin, LA.

BIRTH-CHRISTENING-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-BURIAL: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE
GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick,
Centre
d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 275; own copy.

On 30 April 1765 the list of Card Money/Canadian Paper Money holders
indicated that Brigitte Breau
received receipt for 48 livres in Canadian card money and an additional
821.12 livres in Canadian paper
money. [Note: may indicate Brigitte was already a widow.]


12. Jean Baptiste HEBERT dit Manuel was born on 20 Apr 1711 in Port Royal,
, , Acadia. He was christened on 20 Apr 1711 in Port Royal, , , Acadia. He
died65 on 24 Mar 1760 in Cherbourg, , , France. He married66 Marie Claire
ROBICHAUD about 1735 in , , , Acadia.

BIRTH-CHRISTENING-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CENSUS-DEATH: Stephen A. White,
DICTIONNAIRE
GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick,
Centre
d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 823; own copy. #(51): Jean-Baptiste
(dit MANUEL) HÉBERT,
born and baptized (Port Royal Register) on 20 Apr 1711, son of
Jean-Emmanuel HÉBERT & Madeleine
DUGAS. Sponsors: Claude GIROUARD & Jeanne BLANCHARD, act inscribed in
Register on 27 Dec
1711. He married around 1735 to Claire ROBICHAUD, daughter of Charles &
Marie BOURG. He was on
the 1763 census at Halifax [Nova Scotia]. He died before the 9 Apr 1766
census in LA, [where his widow
had gone].

BIRTH-NAME-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-DEATH: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE
DES
ACADIENS; 1600-1800; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, vols. 2-6; pp. 604
(Port Royal) & 2507
(Louisiana); own copy. Jean-Baptiste HÉBERT dit MANUEL, born 1711 in
Petitcoudiac, Acadia, son of
Jean [dit Emmanuel] & Madeleine DUGAS of Port Royal. He married around
1734 to Claire ROBICHAUX,
"probably" daughter of Charles & Marie THIBODEAUX [sic] of Cobequid. Three
children are listed. Jean
died before 1766, when his widow was living at St. James on the
Mississippi with the widow
BOURGEOIS (Agnes HÉBERT), born 1742, "doubtless" her sister.


13. Marie Claire ROBICHAUD was born on 4 Mar 1713 in Port Royal, , ,
Acadia. She was christened67 on 18 Apr 1713 in Port Royal, , , Acadia. She died
in Oct 1786 in , , LA. She was buried68,69 on 22 Oct 1786 in St.
Martinville, St. Martin, LA.

Marie was counted in a census70,71 on 9 Apr 1766 in Cabahannocer, St.
James, LA. She was counted in a census72 on 14 Sep 1769 in Acadian Coast,
Ascension, LA. She was counted in a census73 on 4 May 1777 in Attakapas, St.
Martin, LA.


BIRTH-CHRISTENING-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CENSUS-BURIAL: Stephen A. White,
DICTIONNAIRE
GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick,
Centre
d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1405; own copy. Claire ROBICHAUD,
daughter of Charles dit

Cadet & Marie BOURG, born 4 Mar 1713, baptized 18 Apr 1713 (earlier by
Claude THÉRIOT). Sponsors:
Francois BROUSSARD & Marie [ROBICHAUD dit] PRUDENT. Mother was Marguerite
BOURG. She
married around 1735 to Jean-Baptiste HÉBERT dit MANUEL, son of
Jean-Emmanuel & Madeleine
DUGAS. She was on the 1766 census at Cabahannocer [LA], age 52 years, a
widow; also on 1769, age
56 years. She was buried (St-Martinville Register) on 22 Oct 1786, age 97
years (sic).

BIRTH-NAME-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-DEATH: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE
DES
ACADIENS; 1600-1800; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, vols. 2-6; p. 2507
(Louisiana, husband's entry);
own copy. Jean-Baptiste HE'BERT dit MANUEL, born 1711 in Petitcoudiac,
Acadia, son of Jean [dit
Emmanuel] & Madeleine DUGAS of Port Royal. He married around 1734 to
Claire ROBICHAUX, "
probably" daughter of Charles & Marie THIBODEAUX [sic, she was born
1664--too old] of Cobequid.
Three children are listed. Jean died before 1766, when his widow was
living at St. James on the
Mississippi with the widow BOURGEOIS (Agnes HE'BERT), born 1742, doubtless
her sister. In 1769 the
widow HE'BERT occupied lot #88 on the east bank of the Mississippi River
at St. James. She died on 22
Oct 1786.


14. Benoni HEBERT dit Manuel was born74 about 1721 in , , , Acadia. He died
in 1761/1766 in Memramcook, , New Brunswick, Canada. He married75,76
Jeanne (Anne) SAVOIE on 20 Nov 1741 in Beaubassin, , , Acadia.

BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE
DES
FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes
Acadiennes, 1999, 2
vols.; p. 823; own copy. #(68): Bénoni (dit MANUEL) HÉBERT, born around
1719, son of Jean-
Emmanuel & Madeleine DUGAS, married (Beaubassin Register) 20 Nov 1741 at
age 22 [sic] years to
Jeanne SAVOIE , daughter of Francois & Marie RICHARD. He died between the
1761 census and that
of 9 Apr 1766.

BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILD-RESIDENCES-Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES

ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; p. 994
(Beaubassin); own copy. Bénoni
HÉBERT, born 1720, son of Jean & Madeleine DUGAS of Port Royal and of
Pisiguit, married at
Beaubassin on 20 Nov 1741 to Jeanne SAVOIE, daughter of Francois & Marie
RICHARD of Port Royal;
daughter Madeleine born around 1743. Benoni settled at Memramcook.
Also on p. 2507 (Louisiana): Bénoni HÉBERT, born around 1720 of
Beaubassin, Acadia, son of Jean
HÉBERT dit EMMANUEL & Madeleine DUGAS of Port Royal. Three children are
listed. Bénoni died at
Memramcook (today in New Brunswick), although some member of his
family--Joseph and Jean-Charles,
settled in Loisiana.

DEATH-CHILDREN: Janet Jehn, CORRECTIONS & ADDITIONS TO ARSENAULT'S
HISTOIRE ET
GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1550-1850; Covington, KY, author, 1988; p. 21,
reference to p. 994;
own copy. Benoni HEBERT, born 1720, died at Memramcook. More children
located in Louisiana.


15. Jeanne (Anne) SAVOIE was born on 28 Sep 1716 in Port Royal, , ,
Acadia. She was christened77 on 29 Sep 1716 in Port Royal, , , Acadia. She
died78 before 9 Apr 1766.

BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES
ACADIENS, vols. 1-
6; 1630-1775; Quebec, Le Conseil de la Vie Francaise en Amerique, 1965; p.
797 (Port Royal); own
copy.





Appendix A - Sources


1. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 (Rayne, LA: Hébert Publications, 2001).CD 101."LANDRY, Marie (Valentin
& Marie HEBERT - of this parish) b. 12 Jan. 1803, bt. 6 Nov. 1803 Pats:
Firmin LANDRY & Theotiste THIBAUDEAU; Mats: Joseph HEBERT & Francoise HEBERT -
all of Acadia; Spons: Alexandre DECLOUET - Captain of Militia & Francoise
HEBERT, grandmother of the baptized. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.:
v.6, #80)."
2. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-B, 1801-1810
(Rayne, LA, Hebert Publications, 1996), p. 432."(SM Ch.: v.6,
#80)."Grandparents named.
3. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."LELEUX, Edouard - native of this parish; inhabitant at la fausse
pointe; widower of Marcelienne HEBERT (major son of Francois & Marguerite
LAMBRE) m. 14 Dec. 1824 Marie Francoise LANDRY - native of this parish (major
daughter of Valentin - inhabitant at la fausse pointe & Marie Anne HEBERT)
Wits: Louis LELEUX, Jean Baptiste DAUTREUIL, Gilbert AMY, Olezime LELEUX,
Francois LELEUX pere, Francois LELEUX, Alexandre BESLIN. Fr. Marcel BORELLA
(SM Ch.: v.6, #370)LANDRY, Marie Francoise - native of this parish (major
daughter of Valentin - inhabitant at la fausse pointe & Marie Anne HEBERT) m.
14 Dec. 1824 Edouard LELEUX - native of this parish; inhabitant at la
fausse pointe; widower of Marcelienne HEBERT (major son of Francois & Marguerite
LAMBRE) Wits: Louis LELEUX, Jean Baptiste DAUTREUIL, Gilbert AMY, Olezime
LELEUX, Francois LELEUX pere, Francois LELEUX, Alexandre BESLIN. Fr. Marcel
BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.6, #370)."
4. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."LANDRY, Valentin (Firmin & Theotiste THIBAUDO) bt. 13 May 1779 at age
over 9 mths. Spons: Joseph LANDRY & Marguerite BROSSARD. Fr. L.M. GRUMEAU
(Opel. Ch.: v.1-A, p.30)."
5. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-A, 1750-1800
(Rayne, LA, Hebert Publications, 1996), p. 482.Church and civil records."A
twin. (Opel.Ch.: v.1-A, p.30)."
6. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."AMY, Louis Belisaire (Gilbert & Elisabeth LANDRY) b. 27 June 1827,
bt. 18 Aug. 1827 Pats: Gilbert AMI & Josephine PREVOST; Mats: Valentin LANDRY
& Marie HEBERT; Spons: Valentin LANDRY - grandfather of the child &
Melanie LANDRY. Fr. Marcel BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.7, #1957)."
7. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."LANDRY, Valentin (dec. Firmin & Theotiste THIBAUDAU - of Acadia) m.
13 April 1801 Marie HEBERT (dec. Joseph & Francoise HEBERT - of Acadia)
Wits: Alexandre HEBERT, Hubert LANDRY, Alexandre LANDRY, Pierre MORO, Frederic
TENHOLT. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: v.4, #223)HEBERT, Marie (dec.
Joseph & Francoise HEBERT - of Acadia) m. 13 April 1801 Valentin LANDRY
(dec. Firmin & Theotiste THIBAUDAU - of Acadia) Wits: Alexandre HEBERT,
Hubert LANDRY, Alexandre LANDRY, Pierre MORO, Frederic TENHOLT. Fr. Michel
Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.: v.4, #223)."
8. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-B, 1801-1810 ,
pp. 376 & 436."(SM Ch.: v.4, #223)."
9. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."HEBERT, Marie (Joseph & Francoise ---) b. 2 March 1784, bt. 16 May
1784 Spons: Jean Louis BONIN & Marie HEBERT. Fr. GEFFROTIN (SM Ch.: v.2,
#158)."
10. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-A, 1750-1800 ,
p. 414."Marie [HEBERT], daughter of Joseph & Francoise ---, born 2 Mar 1784,
baptized 16 May 1784. Sponsors: Jean Louis BONIN & Marie HEBERT. Fr.
GEFFROTIN recorded at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church, St.
Martinville, LA (SM Ch.: v.2, #158)."
11. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."HEBERT, Marie - spouse of Valentin LANDRY; native of this parish;
died 14 June 1823 at age about 40 yrs. at her home at la fausse pointe;
buried 15 June 1823 in the parish cemetery. Fr. Marcel BORELLA (SM Ch.: v.4,
#1571)."
12. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 2 (Eunice,LA,
Author, 1974), pp. 442-443.Church and civil records 1811-1830."(SM Ch.: v.4,
#1571)."
13. Donald J. Hebert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 2 , p. 443."(SM
Ct.Hse.: Succ. #491)."
14. Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc, ed., Du Grand Dérangement à la Déportation:
Nouvelles perspectives historiques (Moncton, NB: Chaire d'études acadiennes,
2005), p. 242.Article by Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc, "Pigiguit: l'impact du Grand
Dérangement sur une communauté de l'ancienne Acadie.".
15. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."LANDRY, Firmin - of Acadia (Alexandre & ---) m. to Theotiste
THIBAUDAU He died suddenly; bur. 4 Feb. 1801 at age "sesenta y dies y seis anos"
[literally 60 and 16 years] 76 years. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.:
v.4, #231)."
16. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-B, 1801-1810 ,
p. 428."Firmin LANDRY of Acadie, son of Alexandre, married to Theotiste
THIBAUDAU, died suddenly; buried 4 Feb 1801 at age 76 years. Recorded by Fr.
Michel Bernard BARRIERE at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church, St.
Martinville, LA (SM Ch.: v.4, #231)."
17. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."LANDRY, Firmin - of Acadia (Alexandre & ---) m. to Theotiste
THIBAUDAU He died suddenly; bur. 4 Feb. 1801 at age "sesenta y dies y seis anos"
[literally 60 and 16 years] 76 years. Fr. Michel Bernard BARRIERE (SM Ch.:
v.4, #231)."
18. , Aug 2002, Internet."BURIAL CERTIFICATE OF
FIRMIN LANDRY Book 1787-1830 Transcript: 1801 #231 Firmin Landry Dia
quatro de februario del ano de mil ocho cientos y uno yo don Migel Berndo
Barriere cura de esta yglesia de San Martin del juristo de Attakapas di Sepultura
en el campo (eto) de la referida yglesia al cuerpo de Firmin Landry adulto
de edad sesenta y diez y seis anos; Hijo lego de Alexandre Landry y de - -
- - - - - - - -, natural de la acadia cazado que fue con theotista thibodau
(el) no recibio los sacramentos, por Haber muerto subitamente, no hizo
testamento y (panag): conste Lo firmo Migel Bernado Barrierre, cura Very
loosley translated it reads as follows: Book 1787-1830 1801 -Entry # 231 Firmin
Landry - On the fourth day of February, 1801, I Don Migel Bernado Barriere,
curate of Saint Martin, Church of the juristiction of the Attakapas
district submitted to the grave in the field (sto) the church cemetery of said
church, the body of Firmin Landry, adult of the age of Sixty and ten and six
years; the son of Alexandre and - - - - -, native of Acadia, and husband of
Theotiste Thibodau. Because he died suddenly, he did not make testament
and did not receive the last rites (Sacrament) of the church. signed: Migel
Bernado Barriere, curate."
19. Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc, ed., Du Grand Dérangement à la Déportation:
Nouvelles perspectives historiques , p. 242."During the expulsion of Acadians,
he was aboard the ship "Ranger" with 208 passengers destined for Oxford,
MD."Article by Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc, "Pigiguit: l'impact du Grand
Dérangement sur une communauté de l'ancienne Acadie.".
20. Gregory A. Wood, Guide to the Acadians in Maryland in the Eighteenth
and Nineteenth Centuries, A (Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, 1995), p.
140."Firmin LANDRY was head of household on the 1763 census of Oxford, MD with
[his wife] Elizabeth [sic] and four others: Joseph; Saturin; Eleine;
Magdelaine."
21. Gregory A. Wood, French Presence in Maryland, 1524-1800, The
(Baltimore: Gateway Press, 1978), p. 193, Family History Library, 35 North West
Temple, Salt Lake City UT 84150, US/CAN 975.2 F2w.
"LANDRY, Firmin, Elizabeth his wife, Joseph and Saturin LANDRY, Eleine and
Magdne. LANDRY."
22. ."I do not know when Firmin and his family
left Maryland for Louisiana, but it would appear that it was after January
14, 1766, when he and his son Saturin are is listed in the church records
of St. Joseph Mission at Tuckahoe (Cordova), near Easton, Maryland as a
witness to the wedding of Amant (Armand) Babin and Anastasia Landry."Posting by
Donald Landry () in Nov 2006.
23. Winston De Ville, Attakapas Post: The Census of 1771 (Author: 1986),
p. 12, California State Library, Sutro, F377 A8D38 1986.Transcription of
Papales Procedentes de Cuba (in the Archives of the Indies, Seville, Spain),
Legajo 188C, on microfilm at the Center for Louisiana Studies, University of
Southwest Louisiana, in Lafayette, LA."Firmin LANDRY, age 43, with wife
(?), and children: Joseph (?) LANDRY, age (?); Madeleine LANDRY, age 15 (?);
Saturnin LANDRY, age 16; two younger girls, age 10 and 8. They have 28
cattle and 7 horses, on 12 arpents of land, without title."For further
information see : "The First Acadian Settlement," Louisiana History, vol. XVII,
no.1 (Winter 1976), pp. 91-96).
24. Gregory A. Wood, Guide to the Acadians in Maryland in the Eighteenth
and Nineteenth Centuries, A , p. 140.
25. ."Firmin Landry is listed, along with his
son Joseph Landry (born 1753) in the Acadian members of the militia at the
Attakapas in 1774 and 1777. (Bona Arcenault [sic] - Tome 2 Attakapas et
Opelousas) [sic]."Posting by Donald Landry () in Nov 2006.
26. Winston DeVille, Marriage Contracts of the Attakapas Post, 1760-1803
(St. Martinville, LA: Attakapas Historical Assoc., 1966), p. 66, California
State Library, Sutro, F377.A8 D38 1967.Special Publication No. 1."No. 173:
Fermin LANDRY sa femme;with 6 children, 25 cattle, 7 horses or mules, 8
hogs, and 6 sheep."Includes "1774 Census of Attakapas" by Jane Guillory
Bulliard & Leona Trosclair David.
27. Winston De Ville, comp., Southwest Louisiana Families in 1777: Census
Records of Attakapas and Opelousas Posts (Ville Platte, LA: Author, 1987),
p. 12, Family History Library, 35 North West Temple, Salt Lake City UT
84150, US/CAN 976.35 X2d 1777.(Source: Papeles Procedentes de Cuba, at the
General Archives of the Indies in Seville, Spain; legajo 2358, folios
258-300)."57. Firmin LANDRY, 50;Theotette [sic] THIBODAUT, wife, 33.Garcons: Joseph,
25;Sçaturnin, 22;Hubert, 5.Filles: Barbe GAUDIN, 18;Francoise, 7;Helene,
3;Rosalie, 1;Marie Louis [sic] THIBODAUT, orphan, 14.There were 35 cattle,
16 horses, 13 hogs, and 10 sheep."
28. ."SUCCESSION OF FIRMIN LANDRY The inventory
of the items in Firmin Landry's estate is found in the St. Martin
courthouse Original Acts Book 20, no. 63 and was opened 23 March 1801. The
documents are all in French. Following is an English translation: Today, March 23,
1801, I Charles deBlanc, Capt of the Army, Civil and Military Commander of
Attakapas and its dependencies, Adjutant, Notary Public and writer ______ .
Having been informed of the death of FIRMIN LANDRY which occurred after
last February 2, I was transported to his place to proceed with the Inventory.
To ___ the rights of THEOTISTE THIBODAUX, wife of the deceased, that of
the major children and minors, descending from the three marriages namely
JOSEPH LANDRY, deceased, leaving ten children; Helene, deceased, leaving one
child, who are heirs through
representation of their father and mother of the first marriage; Anne
Gaudin, widow of Ren? Broussard, today wife of Noble Wilkins, legitimate
daughter of the surviving widow; and of the second marriage FRANCOISE, HUBERT,
HELENE, ROSALIE, VALENTINE, ALEXANDRE, AGNES, and MARGUERITE LANDRY all heirs
to equal portions of the estate of deceased FIRMIN LANDRY and THEOTISTE
THIBODAUX. HUBERT LANDRY was elected as tutor (guardian) for the minors who
were ROSALIE, VALENTINE, ALEXANDRE, AGNES, and MARGUERITE .........
INVENTORY: Thirty arpents of land on each side of Vermilion Bayou at Grand Pointe,
each heir receiving two arpents on each side. Four arpents on the east side
of Bayou Teche (this would be the place at Lake Fausse Pointe) (A few items
found in 23 pages .....) Value (piastres) They found a bad house, a store
house & enclosed yard 50.00 Five work oxen 70.00 Seven beeves and bulls of
2 yrs. 35.00 Three small bulls of one year 9.00 Eleven gentled cows 110.00
One horse (carriage) 60.00 Two carriage horses 80.00 One horse of 3 yrs.
50.00 Two mares of 2 yrs. & their "followers" 40.00 One "potre" & one filly
20.00 One bad wagon, three old axes & one master key 21.00 One service gun
10.00 One sye 2.00 One devil chain & a bad millstone 6.00 Six (bolts oe
peices) printed cotton 12.4 A pasol of pink silk 6.4 One peice Royal ? 25.00
One peice of Muslin 14.00 One pair of shoes 2.6 One peice of Bretagne 3.00
Six handkerchiefs 3.00 One gun 30.00 One quart of salt 3.5 A shovel, an axe,
& a knife 7.6 Four pounds of powder & 25 pounds of lead 8.5?1/2
_________________ Estimation of total inventory: 1,106 Piastres 3 bits."Posted by Don
Landry () in Jun2007.
29. Winston DeVille, Marriage Contracts of the Attakapas Post, 1760-1803 ,
p. 66."Inventory of Firmin LANDRY was opened 23 Mar 1801 (SMOA 20-63)."
30. Lillian C. Bourgeois, Cabanocey (New Orleans: Pelican Publishing,
1957; reprinted Pelican Publ., 1998), p. 163."Subtitle: The History, Customs
and Folklore of St. James Parish."."On the right [sic] bank of the
Mississippi River, on 6 arpents of land, with 5 hogs and 2 guns:Jean Baptiste
BERGERON, 44; Marguerite BERNARD, his wife, 36; Jean Baptiste, son, 16;Marin, son,
12;Mathurin, son, 10;Marie, daughter, 14;Theotiste THIBODAU, widow GODIN,
26 [this woman];Barbé, her daughter, 5."Her deceased husband was 1st cousin
to Jean Baptiste BERGERON, head of household.
31. Winston De Ville, Attakapas Post: The Census of 1771 , p. 12."Firmin
LANDRY, age 43, with wife (?), and children: Joseph (?) LANDRY, age (?);
Madeleine LANDRY, age 15 (?); Saturnin LANDRY, age 16; two younger girls, age
10 and 8. They have 28 cattle and 7 horses, on 12 arpents of land, without
title."
32. Winston DeVille, Marriage Contracts of the Attakapas Post, 1760-1803 ,
p. 66."No. 173: Fermin LANDRY sa femme;with 6 children, 25 cattle, 7
horses or mules, 8 hogs, and 6 sheep."Includes "1774 Census of Attakapas" by
Jane Guillory Bulliard & Leona Trosclair David.
33. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."HEBERT, Joseph - died of "una apoitema" [meaning is unclear; perhaps
a stroke], m. Francoise HEBERT bur. 13 Oct. 1790 at age 57 yrs. Fr.
Bernardo de DEVA (SM Ch.: v.4, #47)."
34. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-A, 1750-1800 ,
p. 411."Joseph [HEBERT], married to Francois [sic] HEBERT, died of "una
apoitema" [perhaps a stroke] and was buried on 13 Oct 1790 at age 57 years [so
born 1733?]. Fr. Bernardo de DEVA presided at St. Martin of Tours Catholic
Church, St. Martinville, LA (SM Ch.: v.4, #47)."
35. Lillian C. Bourgeois, Cabanocey , p. 166."Joseph HÉBERT, 26, on 6
arpents of land, with one hog, and one gun;Françoise HÉBERT, wife 21;Louis, son
2;
Jean Charles, orphan, 15."
36. Lillian C. Bourgeois, Cabanocey , p. 176."On the Left Bank of the
Mississippi River:#87 Joseph HÉBERT, 32;Françoise [HEBERT], wife, 23;Louis,
son, 5 [sic];Joseph, son, 2 months."
37. Attakapas Gazette , vol. IX, no. 4 (Dec 1974), p. 166, California
State Library, Sutro, F377 A8 A87."Patriot listed on the roster of "La
Compagnie de Milice des Attakapas." Cites C. Robert Churchill, "S.A.R. Spanish
Records: Spanish-English War 1779-1783, pp. 289-290."
38. Acadian Genealogy Exchange , vol. 5, p. 24."On list "Etat de Revue de
la Compagnie de Milice des Attakapas" dated 1 May 1777: Joseph HEBERT
(Cites Archivo General de Indias, Seville, Spain. PAPELES PROCEDENTES DE CUBA,
161)[His brother Mathurin is listed just before him.]."
39. Winston De Ville, comp., Southwest Louisiana Families in 1777: Census
Records of Attakapas and Opelousas Posts , p. 12."61. Joseph HEBERT,
39;Francoise HEBERT, wife, 32.Garcons: Louis, 11;Nicolas, 8;Andre, 5;Alexandre,
3.Filles: Louise, 1.There were 20 cattle, 6 horses, and 12 hogs."
40. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."HEBERT, Joseph m. Francoise HEBERT Succ. Feb. 1810. Children: Louis,
Nicolas, Andre, Alexandre, Placide, Constance, Eloise- wid. of Francois
LABAUME, Magdaleine m. Joseph GUILBAUT, Marie m. Valentin LANDRY, Frosine m.
Agricole LEBLANC (SM Ct.Hse.: Succ #50)HEBERT, Francoise m. Joseph HEBERT
In Succ. of Joseph HEBERT dated 1810. (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. #50)HEBERT,
Alexandre (Joseph & Francoise HEBERT) In Succ. of Joseph HEBERT dated Feb. 1810.
(SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. #50)HEBERT, Andre (Joseph & Francoise HEBERT) In Succ.
of Joseph HEBERT dated Feb. 1810. (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. #50)HEBERT, Constance
(Joseph & Francoise HEBERT) In Succ. of Joseph HEBERT dated Feb. 1810. (SM
Ct. Hse.: Succ. #50)HEBERT, Eloise (Joseph & Francoise HEBERT) m. Francois
LABAUME. In Succ. of Joseph HEBERT dated Feb. 1810. (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ.
#50)LABAUVE, Francois m. Eloise HEBERT. In Succ. of Joseph HEBERT dated Feb.
1810 (SM Ct. Hse.: Succ. #50)HEBERT, Frosine (Joseph & Francoise HEBERT) m.
Agricole LEBLANC. In Succ. of Joseph HEBERT dated Feb. 1810. (SM Ct. Hse.:
Succ. #50)."
41. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-B, 1801-1810 ,
pp. 371, 436 & 448."Succession of Joseph HEBERT dated Feb 1810 shows wife
Francoise HEBERT, [son] Agricole LEBLANC married to Frosine HEBERT,
[daughter] Marie HEBERT married to Valentin LANDRY. Recorded at St. Martin Parish
Courthouse, St. Martinville, LA (SM Ct.Hse.: Succ.#50). On p. 373: ten
children named in his succession #50, with some spouses."
42. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."HEBERT, Francoise - wid. of dec. Joseph HEBERT - of La fausse pointe
d. 2 July 1810 at her residence, bur. 3 July 1810 at age 66 yrs. Fr.
Gabriel ISABEY (SM Ch.: v.4, #632)."
43. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-B, 1801-1810 ,
p. 371."Francoise HEBERT, widow of deceased Joseph HEBERT of La fausse
pointe, died 2 Jul 1810 at her residence, buried 3 Jul 1810 at age 66 years.
Recorded by Fr. Gabriel ISABEY at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church, St.
Martinville, LA (SM Ch.: v.4, #632)."
44. Lillian C. Bourgeois, Cabanocey , p. 166."Joseph HÉBERT, 26, on 6
arpents of land, with one hog, and one gun;Françoise HÉBERT, wife 21 [this
woman];Louis, son 2;Jean Charles, orphan, 15."
45. Lillian C. Bourgeois, Cabanocey , p. 176."On the Left Bank of the
Mississippi River:#87 Joseph HÉBERT, 32;Françoise [HEBERT], wife, 23;Louis,
son, 5 [sic];Joseph, son, 2 months."Original in Archivo General de Indias,
Papeles procedentes de Cuba, legajo 187A.
46. Winston De Ville, comp., Southwest Louisiana Families in 1777: Census
Records of Attakapas and Opelousas Posts , p. 12."61. Joseph HEBERT,
39;Francoise HEBERT, wife, 32.Garcons: Louis, 11;Nicolas, 8;Andre, 5;Alexandre,
3.Filles: Louise, 1.There were 20 cattle, 6 horses, and 12 hogs."
47. Glenn R. Conrad, Land Records of the Attakapas District, vol. II, part
2: Attakapas-St.Martin Estates, 1804-1818 (Lafayette, LA: Univ. of
Southwestern LA, 1993), p. 27.Contains Attakapas-St. Martin Estates,
1804-1818."Joseph HEBERT, Estate No. 50, partition dated 7 Feb 1810, says that both
parents were deceased [but Francoise HÉBERT had not died yet?]. Ten children
are listed as heirs."
48. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes (2
vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999), p.
930."Alexandre LANDRY, son of Germain & Marie MELANSON, born around 1695 (on
1698 Port Royal census age 2½ years)."
49. Shirley Chaisson Bourquard, Marriage Dispensations in the Diocese of
Louisiana and the Floridas, 1786-1803 (New Orleans: Polyanthos, 1980), pp.
10-11, Genealogical Society of Santa Cruz County, Main Library, Santa Cruz
CA 95060, Gene.Soc. Louis.17."Alexandro Landry is identified as a son of
Germain Landry and Margarita Melanzon in the petition of his grandson
E[d]uardo Godain for a dispensationto marry his second cousin Magdalena Landry,
dated Feb. 16, 1796."
50. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 930."He died before the [MD] census of 7 Jul 1763."
51. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
pp. 145 & 930."Alexandre LANDRY, son of Germain & Marie MELANSON, married
(Dispensation in Louisiana) around 1723 to Marie-Marguerite BLANCHARD,
daughter of Martin & Marguerite GUILBEAU.[Bride has an older sister Marguerite,
born around 1689, married to Pierre BOURG.]."
52. Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc, ed., Du Grand Dérangement à la Déportation:
Nouvelles perspectives historiques , p.
242."During the expulsion of Acadians, he was aboard the ship "Ranger"
with 208 passengers destined for Oxford, MD."Article by Ronnie-Gilles LeBlanc,
"Pigiguit: l'impact du Grand Dérangement sur une communauté de l'ancienne
Acadie.".
53. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 145."Marie-Marguerite BLANCHARD, born between census of 1703 & 1707,
daughter of Martin & 2nd wife Marguerite GUILBEAU."
54. Gregory A. Wood, French Presence in Maryland, 1524-1800, The , p.
193."BABIN, Olivier, Marie LANDRY widow [this would be Marie Marguerite
BLANCHARD], Anne and Elizabeth LANDRY, Margte. and Genevieve LANDRY."
55. Bona Arsenault, Histoire et Généalogie des Acadiens (Montreal: Lemeac,
1978, 6 vols.), p. 808 (Port Royal) & p. 1576 .Vols. 2-6 contain
genealogies by area, paged continuously."Charles, born in 1713, of Petitcoudiac,
Acadia, son of Michel & Agnes DUGAS of Port Royal, married around 1739 to
Brigitte BREAUX (no parents listed). Six children listed. [On p. 1576 there are
only three listed: Anselme, born around 1739; Marguerite, 1740; &
Anastasie, 1744.]."
56. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1518."Sponsors: Charles LANDRY & Catherine BROUSSARD."
57. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1518.
58. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1518.
59. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1518.
60. Janet Jehn, Acadian Exiles in the Colonies (Covington, KY: Author,
1977), p. 249."Cherle TIBAUDO, his wife, three children."
61. Diocese of Baton Rouge, Catholic Church Records, vol. 1a: Acadian
Records, 1707-1748 (Diocese, 1999, ), pp. 41-42.The Registers of St. Charles
aux Mines in Acadia, from Grand Pré, carried into exile to St. Gabriel Church
of Iberville, LA."Sponsors: Charles AUCOIN & Francoise LANDRY (SGA-2,
13)."
62. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, 1750-1900: compact disk
#101 ."BREAUX, Brigitte - widow of Charles THIBAUDEAU bur. 5 Aug. 1765. Fr.
Jean FRANCOIS, "cure de la nouvelle Acadie" [priest of the new Acadia] (SM
Ch.: Slave Funeral Register v.1, #13)."
63. New Orleans Genesis , vol. 31, no. 121 (Jan 1992), p. 309,
Genealogical Society of Santa Cruz County, Main Library, Santa Cruz CA 95060."Brigitte
BRO, widow of Charles THIBODEAUX, was interred on 5 Aug 1765."Henry Jean
Molaison, "Extract from the Old Register of St. Martinville Louisiana.".
64. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-A, 1750-1800 ,
p. 112.
65. Donald J. Hebert, Acadians in Exile (Cecilia, LA: Hebert Publications,
1980), p. 184."Jean HEBERT of Cadie died 24 Mar 1760 at age 50 years
(Cherbourg: Tres Ste-Trinite)."Probably not this man? His widow was in Louisiana
before 1766 census. Was this his son Jean?.
66. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1405.
67. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1405."Privately baptized by Claude THE'RIOT. Sponsors: Francois
BROUSSARD & Marie [ROBICHAUD dit] PRUDENT. Mother named Marguerite [sic] BOURG."
68. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1405."Age 97 years (sic)."
69. Donald J. Hébert, Southwest Louisiana Records, vol. 1-A, 1750-1800 ,
p. 677."Clara [ROBICHEAUX], wife of Baptiste MANUEL [sic, for HEBERT dit
MANUEL], buried 22 Oct 1786 at age 97 years [sic, probably only 73]. Recorded
by Fr. GEFFROTIN at St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church, St. Martinville,
LA (SM Ch.: v.3, #143)."
70. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1403."Age 52 years, a widow. She was also on the 1769 census, age 56
years."
71. Lillian C. Bourgeois, Cabanocey , p. 166."Claire ROBICHAUD, widow
HEBERT, 52, with 4 arpents of land, and 1 hog;Mathurin, son 12, with 1
gun;Marie, daughter, 15;Théotiste, daughter, 13;Jean Louis HEBERT, grandson,
3;Agnes HEBERT, widow BOURGEOIS, 24."
72. Lillian C. Bourgeois, Cabanocey , p. 176."On the Left Bank of the
Mississippi River:#88 Mathurain HÉBERT, 16;Claire ROBICHAUD, mother, 56;Jean
Louis [HÉBERT], brother, 8;Marie [HÉBERT], sister, 19;Theotiste [HÉBERT],
sister, 16."Original in Archivo General de Indias, Papeles procedentes de
Cuba, legajo 187A.
73. Winston De Ville, comp., Southwest Louisiana Families in 1777: Census
Records of Attakapas and Opelousas Posts , p. 12."64. Claire HEBERT [sic,
maiden name was ROBICHAUD], Widow HEBERT, 75 [sic].Garcons: Mathurin,
22;Jean Louis, 14.There were 4 cattle and 1 horse."
74. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 823."Bénoni (dit MANUEL) HÉBERT, born around 1719, son of Jean-Emmanuel
& Madeleine DUGAS."Unless he was a twin, with no record in the Register, he
was more likely born in the gap after his brother's 1719 baptism.
75. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1460."Bride was age 22 years (sic)."
76. Milton P. and Norma Gaudet Rieder, Acadian Church Records, vol. II
(Metairie, LA: Authors, 1976), p. 76, Family History Library, 35 North West
Temple, Salt Lake City UT 84150, 971.6 V2d.Covers year 1712-1748. Also
available as microfiche #6087649. Includes transcripts of Beaubassin, Acadia
church registers, now at the Archives of the Mayor of La Rochelle, Charente
Maritime, France."Groom and bride were both 22 years old [sic, over 21?].
Witnesses: Jean HEBERT, father of the groom; Francois SAVOYE, father of the
bride; Simon SAVOYE; Henry LHOSTELLIER; Rene DAIGRE; Michel HEBERT."
77. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1460."Sponsors: Pierre BLANCHARD & Jeanne GAUTROT (widow of Pierre
LANOUE)."
78. Stephen A. White, Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes ,
p. 1460.



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