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From: "Richard J.Saunders" <>
Subject: Re: [POIRIER] Michel Boudreau & Michelle Aucoin
Date: Sun, 31 Dec 2006 09:34:40 -0500


Descendants of MICHEL BOUDREAU




Generation No. 1


1. MICHEL1 BOUDREAU was born 1600 in La Rochelle, France, and died Bef. 1693
in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada. He married MICHELLE AUCOIN 1641 in France.
She was born 1618 in La Rochelle, France, and died 17 Dec 1706 in Port
Royal, Acadie, Canada.

Notes for MICHEL BOUDREAU:

The family of Michel BOUDREAU and Michelle AUCOIN [84284] BOUDREAU, Michel
(..), ploughman, general, civil and criminal lieutenant of Acadie, Canada
(laboureur, lieutenant général, civil et criminel de l'Acadie, Canada), born
about 1600 (rec-1671) La Rochelle ? (Charente-Maritime : 170300), France,
died between census 1686 and census 1693 Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada)

* married about 1641, from .. (France) AUCOIN, Michelle (.. & .. [120063]),
born about 1618 (53 ans au rec. 1671, 65 ans au rec. 1686, 78 ans au rec.
1693) La Rochelle ? (Charente-Maritime : 170300), France, died 1706-12-17,
buried 1706-12-18 Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada)

1) Abraham, married about 1686 Cécile MELANÇON

2) Charles, born about 1646 (22 ans au rec. 1671, 40 ans au rec. 1686, 45
ans au rec. 1693), died after 1714-11-27 Pisiquit (Acadie, Canada), married
about 1672 Renée BOURG, married about 1687 Marie CORPORON

3) Claude, born about 1665 (m), married about 1682 Anne Marie THIBODEAU,
married about 1700 Catherine MEUNIER, married Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada)
1735-08-07 Madeleine CORPORON

4) François, married about 1692 Madeleine BÉLIVEAU

5) Françoise, married about 1663 Étienne ROBICHAUD

6) Jean, married about 1676 Marguerite BOURGEOIS

7) Jeanne, married about 1666 Bonaventure THÉRIAULT

8) Marguerite, born about 1648 (23 ans au rec. 1671 , 44 ans au rec. 1693 ,
50 ans au rec. 1698 , 51 ans au rec. 1699, 50 ans au rec. 1701) Port-Royal
(Acadie, Canada), buried 1718-11-09 Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada), married
about 1665 François BOURG, married about 1691 Jean BABINEAU

9) Marie, married about 1673 Michel POIRIER

10) Michel, married about 1690 Madeleine CORMIER

11) Olivier, married about 1686 Isabelle PETITPAS

**

Arrived Acadie, Canada 1642, was Governor-General for Acadie, Canada in
1686.

More About MICHEL BOUDREAU and MICHELLE AUCOIN:

Marriage: 1641, France


Children of MICHEL BOUDREAU and MICHELLE AUCOIN are:

i. FRANÇOISE2 BOUDREAU, b. 1642, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

2. ii. JEANNE BOUDREAU, b. 1644, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

iii. JEAN BOUDREAU, b. 1645, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

3. iv. CHARLES BOUDREAU, b. 1646, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada; d. Aft. 1714.

4. v. MARGUERITE BOUDREAU, b. 1645, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

5. vi. MARIE BOUDREAU, b. 1650, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

6. vii. ABRAHAM BOUDREAU, b. 1652, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

viii. OLIVIER BOUDREAU, b. 1654, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

ix. FRANÇOIS BOUDREAU, b. 1656, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

7. x. MICHEL BOUDREAU, b. 1658, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

8. xi. CLAUDE BOUDREAU, b. 1660, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.



Generation No. 2


2. JEANNE2 BOUDREAU (MICHEL1) was born 1644 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.
She married BONAVENTURE THÉRIAULT 1666 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada, son of
JEAN THÉRIAULT and PERRINE RAU. He was born 1640 in Acadie, Canada.

Notes for BONAVENTURE THÉRIAULT:

The family of Bonaventure THÉRIAULT and Jeanne BOUDREAU [115939] THÉRIAULT,
Bonaventure (Jean & Perrine RAU [84038]) * married about 1666, from
Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada)

BOUDREAU, Jeanne (Michel & Michelle AUCOIN [84284])

1) Anne, married about 1691 René LANDRY

2) Marguerite, married about 1695 René GRANGER

3) Marie, married about 1684 Claude GAUTREAU



More About BONAVENTURE THÉRIAULT and JEANNE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: 1666, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Child of JEANNE BOUDREAU and BONAVENTURE THÉRIAULT is:

9. i. MARGUERITE3 THÉRIAULT, b. 1677, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.



3. CHARLES2 BOUDREAU (MICHEL1) was born 1646 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada,
and died Aft. 1714. He married (1) RENÉE-MADELEINE BOURG, daughter of
ANTOINE BOURG and ANTOINETTE LANDRY. She was born 1655 in Port Royal,
Acadie, Canada. He married (2) MARIE CORPORON 1687, daughter of JEAN
CORPORON and FRANÇOISE SAVOIE. She was born Sep 1671 in Port Royal, Acadie,
Canada, and died Aft. 1714 in Pisiquit, Acadie, Canada.

Notes for CHARLES BOUDREAU:

The family of Charles BOUDREAU and Marie CORPORON [86029] BOUDREAU, Charles
(Michel & Michelle AUCOIN [84284]), born about 1646 (22 ans au rec. 1671, 40
ans au rec. 1686, 45 ans au rec. 1693), died after 1714-11-27 Pisiquit
(Acadie) * married about 1687, from .. (Acadie) CORPORON, Marie (Jean &
Françoise SAVOIE [86162]), born about 1671-09 (6 semaines au rec. 1671, 16
ans au rec. 1686, 20 ans au rec. 1693), died after 1714-11-27 Pisiquit
(Acadie)

1) Antoine, married about 1719 Cécile BRASSEAU

2) Catherine Josèphe, married about 1735 Jean Baptiste TRAHAN, married
Québec (Qc) 1762-11-03 François GIROUARD

3) Denis, married about 1709 Agnès VINCENT

4) François, married about 1720 Angélique DOIRON

5) Joseph, married about 1723 Anne LEBLANC

6) Madeleine, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1727-07-21 Alain BUJEAU

7) Marguerite, married about 1726 Jean Baptiste THIBODEAU

8) Marie Josephte, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1719-10-02 Pierre THIBODEAU

9) Pierre, born about 1693 Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie),
died Pisiquit (Acadie), married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1714-11-27 Madeleine HÉBERT

**



More About CHARLES BOUDREAU and MARIE CORPORON:

Marriage: 1687


Children of CHARLES BOUDREAU and MARIE CORPORON are:

10. i. PIERRE3 BOUDREAU, b. 1693, Ste-Famille de Pisiquit, Acadie, Canada.

ii. MARIE-JOSEPHTE BOUDREAU, b. 1700; m. PIERRE THIBODEAU, 02 Oct 1719; b.
1696.

Notes for PIERRE THIBODEAU:

The family of Pierre THIBODEAU and Marie Josephte BOUDREAU [85369]
THIBODEAU, Pierre (Pierre dit l'aîné & Anne Marie BOURG [44903]) * married
1719-10-02 Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie) BOUDREAU, Marie
Josephte (Charles & Marie CORPORON [86029])



More About PIERRE THIBODEAU and MARIE-JOSEPHTE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: 02 Oct 1719



4. MARGUERITE2 BOUDREAU (MICHEL1) was born 1645 in Port Royal, Acadie,
Canada. She married FRANÇOIS BOURG 1665 in Acadie, Canada, son of ANTOINE
BOURG and ANTOINETTE LANDRY. He was born 1643, and died Bef. 1686 in Port
Royal, Acadie.

Notes for FRANÇOIS BOURG:

The family of François BOURG and Marguerite BOUDREAU [46532] BOURG, François
(Antoine & Antoinette LANDRY [46444]), born about 1643 (28 ans au rec. 1671,
présent au rec. 1678) Port-Royal (Acadie), died between census 1678 and
census 1686 Port-Royal (Acadie) * married about 1665, from .. (Acadie)
BOUDREAU, Marguerite (Michel & Michelle AUCOIN [84284]), born about 1648 (23
ans au rec. 1671 , 44 ans au rec. 1693 , 50 ans au rec. 1698 , 51 ans au
rec. 1699, 50 ans au rec. 1701) Port-Royal (Acadie), buried 1718-11-09
Port-Royal (Acadie) Children:

1) Alexandre, land-surveyor, judge and royal notary (arpenteur juré, juge et
notaire royal), born peu after rec. 1671 (8 ans au rec. 1678, 22 ans au rec.
1693) Port-Royal (Acadie), died 1760 Richibouctou (New Brunswick), Canada,
married about 1694 Marguerite MELANÇON

2) Anne dite Jeanne, married about 1700 Charles MELANÇON

3) Madeleine, married about 1693 Pierre MAISONNAT dit BAPTISTE, married
about 1697 Pierre LEBLANC

4) Marguerite, married about 1691 Martin RICHARD

5) Michel dit Michaud, married about 1689 Élisabeth MELANÇON

**



More About FRANÇOIS BOURG and MARGUERITE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: 1665, Acadie, Canada


Children of MARGUERITE BOUDREAU and FRANÇOIS BOURG are:

11. i. ANNE3 BOURG, b. 1679, Acadie.

12. ii. MICHEL BOURG, b. 1667, Acadie.



5. MARIE2 BOUDREAU (MICHEL1) was born 1650 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.
She married MICHEL POIRIER Abt. 1673 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada, son of
JEAN POIRIER and JEANNE CHEBRAT. He was born 1650 in Port Royal, Acadie,
Canada, and died in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

Notes for MICHEL POIRIER:

The family of Michel POIRIER and Marie BOUDREAU [84040] POIRIER, Michel
(Jean & Jeanne CHEBRAT [84039]) * married about 1673, from Port-Royal
(Acadie, Canada) BOUDREAU, Marie (Michel & Michelle AUCOIN [84284])

1) Anne Marie, married about 1695 Jean POTHIER

2) François, married Beaubassin (Acadie, Canada) 1715-11-27 Marie HACHÉ dit
GALLANT

3) Jacques, married Beaubassin (Acadie, Canada) 1716-01-21 Anne CORMIER

4) Jean Baptiste, married about 1708 Marie CORMIER

5) Joseph, married Beaubassin (Acadie, Canada) 1719-10-02 Anne BERNARD

6) Louis, married about 1708 Cécile MIGNEAULT dit AUBIN

7) Michel, married about 1698 Madeleine BOURGEOIS

8) Pierre, married about 1705 Agnès CORMIER

**

Michel Poirier is one of the first colonists of Beaubassin. On 20 March
1682, his name is found in the Act of Transfer by La Vallière to his
censitaires. (APC, MG B9 vol. ll: Minutes of the Notary, Jacques Couraud).
(APC - archives publiques du Canada )

**

There are two distinct lines of Poiriers at Beaubassin in the early days of
Acadie. Michel (à Jean) Poirier who came there from Port Royal, and another
Michel Poirier, cousin of (Michel à Jean) and nephew of Jean, called "de
France", born about 1667. This second Michel was married about 1692 to Marie
Chiasson (à Guyon Chiasson and his second wife, Jeanne Bernard). The
Chiassons of Chéticamp are all descended from Guyon and Jeanne.

**







More About MICHEL POIRIER and MARIE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: Abt. 1673, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Children of MARIE BOUDREAU and MICHEL POIRIER are:

13. i. MICHEL3 POIRIER, b. 1674, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

14. ii. LOUIS POIRIER, b. 22 Jan 1683/84, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; d.
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.



6. ABRAHAM2 BOUDREAU (MICHEL1) was born 1652 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.
He married CÉCILE MELANÇON 1684 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada, daughter of
CHARLES MELANÇON and MARIE DUGAS. She was born 1664 in Acadie.

Notes for ABRAHAM BOUDREAU:

The family of Abraham BOUDREAU and Cécile MELANÇON [86031] BOUDREAU, Abraham
(Michel & Michelle AUCOIN [84284]) * married about 1686, from .. (Acadie,
Canada) MELANÇON, Cécile (Charles MELANÇON dit LARAMÉE & Marie DUGAS
[43333])

1) Anne, married Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada) 1720-04-22 Michel BOURG

2) Cécile, married Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada) 1717-10-14 Joseph MIUS
d'ENTREMONT de POBOMKOU

3) Charles, married Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada) 1707-02-09 Marie Josèphe
LANDRY

4) François, married Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada) 1717-01-11 Jeanne LANDRY

5) Marie, married Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada) 1709-10-21 Guillaume GAUDET

6) Michel dit Miquetau, married Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada) 1714-01-22 Anne
LANDRY, married about 1727 Marguerite BROUSSARD

**



More About ABRAHAM BOUDREAU and CÉCILE MELANÇON:

Marriage: 1684, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Child of ABRAHAM BOUDREAU and CÉCILE MELANÇON is:

15. i. FRANÇOIS3 BOUDREAU, b. 1692, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.



7. MICHEL2 BOUDREAU (MICHEL1) was born 1658 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.
He married MADELEINE CORMIER 1690 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada, daughter of
THOMAS CORMIER and MADELEINE GIROUARD. She was born 1671 in Port Royal,
Acadie, Canada.

Notes for MICHEL BOUDREAU:

The family of Michel BOUDREAU and Madeleine CORMIER [86033] BOUDREAU, Michel
(Michel & Michelle AUCOIN [84284]) * married about 1690, from .. (Acadie)

CORMIER, Madeleine (Thomas & Marie Madeleine GIROUARD [85482]) Children:

1) Anselme, married about 1725 Marguerite GAUDET

2) Claude, married about 1724 Judith BÉLIVEAU

3) Élisabeth, married about 1712 Pierre LEBLANC

4) Madeleine, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1714-02-13 Jean Baptiste CHIASSON

5) Marie Madeleine, married about 1712 Philippe LAMBERT

6) Michel, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1718-02-16 Anne QUESSY

7) Paul, married about 1731 Marie HÉBERT

**



More About MICHEL BOUDREAU and MADELEINE CORMIER:

Marriage: 1690, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Child of MICHEL BOUDREAU and MADELEINE CORMIER is:

16. i. ANSELME3 BOUDREAU, b. 1706, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.



8. CLAUDE2 BOUDREAU (MICHEL1) was born 1660 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.
He married ANNE-MARIE THIBODEAU 1682 in Acadie, Canada, daughter of PIERRE
THIBODEAU and JEANNE THÉRIAULT. She was born 1661 in Port Royal, Acadie,
Canada.

Notes for CLAUDE BOUDREAU:

The family of Claude BOUDREAU and Anne Marie THIBODEAU [85458] BOUDREAU,
Claude (Michel & Michelle AUCOIN [84284]), born about 1665 (m) * married
about 1682, from .. (Acadie) THIBODEAU, Anne Marie1 (Pierre & Jeanne
THÉRIAULT [85617])

1) Anne, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie) 1712-09-19
Augustin HÉBERT

2) Anne Marie, married before census 1707 Joseph HÉBERT

3) Claude, married about 1706 Catherine HÉBERT

4) Élisabeth, married about 1715 Jacques LEBLANC, married about 1723 Martin
AUCOIN

5) Joseph, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie) 1712-07-27
Françoise COMEAU

6) Marguerite, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1712-09-19 François LEBLANC

7) Marie, married after census 1707 René dit Groc HÉBERT

8) Michel, married about 1708 Marie Cécile LEBLANC, married Port-Royal
(Acadie) 1732-04-16 Anne PRÉGENT

**



More About CLAUDE BOUDREAU and ANNE-MARIE THIBODEAU:

Marriage: 1682, Acadie, Canada


Child of CLAUDE BOUDREAU and ANNE-MARIE THIBODEAU is:

17. i. MICHEL3 BOUDREAU, b. 1687.



Generation No. 3


9. MARGUERITE3 THÉRIAULT (JEANNE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 1677 in Port
Royal, Acadie, Canada. She married RENÉ GRANGER 1695 in Port Royal, Acadie,
Canada, son of LAURENT GRANGER and MARIE LANDRY. He was born 1676 in Port
Royal, Acadie, Canada.

Notes for RENÉ GRANGER:

The family of René GRANGER and Marguerite THÉRIAULT [115549] GRANGER, René
(Laurent & Marie LANDRY [85829]) * married about 1695, from Port-Royal
(Acadie, Canada)

THÉRIAULT, Marguerite (Bonaventure & Jeanne BOUDREAU [115939])

1) Charles, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada)
1733-11-03 Françoise LEBLANC

2) Claude, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada)
1729-10-14 Brigitte LEBLANC

3) François, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada)
1734-11-20 Anne LANDRY

4) Françoise, married Saint-Charles-des-Mines (bim 180) (Acadie, Canada)
1723 Olivier DAIGLE

5) Jean, married Rochefort (Saint-Louis) (Charente-Maritime : 170299),
France 1764-02-21 Marguerite MAZIÈRE

6) Jean Baptiste, married about 1740 Madeleine LANDRY

7) Joseph, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada)
1725-10-08 Marguerite LEBLANC

8) Marguerite, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada)
1717-11-03 Charles BÉLIVEAU

9) Marie, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada)
1717-09-03 Germain DUPUIS

10) René, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada)
1727-02-20 Angélique COMEAU

**



More About RENÉ GRANGER and MARGUERITE THÉRIAULT:

Marriage: 1695, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Child of MARGUERITE THÉRIAULT and RENÉ GRANGER is:

18. i. MARIE-MADELEINE4 GRANGER, b. 1719.



10. PIERRE3 BOUDREAU (CHARLES2, MICHEL1) was born 1693 in Ste-Famille de
Pisiquit, Acadie, Canada. He married (1) MADELEINE HÉBERT 27 Nov 1714 in
St-Charles-des-Mines, Grand-Pré, Acadie, daughter of JEAN-BAPTISTE HÉBERT
and MARIE-ANNE DOUCET. She was born 1695 in St-Charles-des-Mines, Acadie,
Canada, and died Bef. 1760 in St-Charles-des-Mines, Acadie, Canada. He
married (2) MADALEINE CORPORON 07 Aug 1735 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.
She was born 1700.

Notes for PIERRE BOUDREAU:

The family of Pierre BOUDREAU and Madeleine HÉBERT [84292] BOUDREAU, Pierre
(Charles & Marie CORPORON [86029]), born about 1693 Grand-Pré
(Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada), died Pisiquit (Acadie, Canada) *
married 1714-11-27 Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada)
HÉBERT, Madeleine (Jean Baptiste & Anne DOUCET [85796]), born after 1693,
about 1695 Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada), died before
1760-08-18 Pisiquit (Acadie, Canada)

1) Anne, died before 1767-07, married about 1731 René THIBODEAU dit CASTIN

2) Augustin, married Pleudihen-sur-Rance (Côtes d'Armor : 220197), France
1760-08-04 (dgfa, aesm) or 1760-08-03 (cgca) Osite dit Dosithée LANDRY,
married about 1781 Madeleine COMEAU

3) Basile, married about 1743 Marguerite GIROUARD

4) Brigitte, married about 1753 Basile LANDRY

5) Élisabeth, married about 1746 Jean Baptiste DOIRON, married
Pleudihen-sur-Rance (Côtes d'Armor : 220197), France 1760-08-18 Olivier
THIBODEAU

6) Madeleine, married about 1751 Joseph LANDRY, married about 1777 Pierre
Sylvain CLOUÂTRE

**





More About PIERRE BOUDREAU and MADELEINE HÉBERT:

Marriage: 27 Nov 1714, St-Charles-des-Mines, Grand-Pré, Acadie

More About PIERRE BOUDREAU and MADALEINE CORPORON:

Marriage: 07 Aug 1735, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Child of PIERRE BOUDREAU and MADELEINE HÉBERT is:

19. i. ANNE4 BOUDREAU, b. 1715, Pisiguit, Acadie, Canada; d. Bef. 1767,
Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.



11. ANNE3 BOURG (MARGUERITE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 1679 in Acadie. She
married CHARLES MELANÇON 1700 in Acadie, Canada, son of CHARLES MELANÇON and
MARIE DUGAS. He was born 1666 in Acadie.

Notes for CHARLES MELANÇON:

The family of Charles MELANÇON and Anne dite Jeanne BOURG [46598] MELANÇON,
Charles (Charles MELANÇON dit LARAMÉE & Marie DUGAS [43333]) * married about
1700, from .. (Acadie) BOURG, Anne dite Jeanne (François & Marguerite
BOUDREAU [46532]) Children:

1) Anne, born about 1712 (sep-1757), died 1757-12-24, buried 1757-12-24
Québec (Qc), married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1735-01-17 Joseph LANDRY

2) Charles, married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1727-02-18 Anne GRANGER

3) Jean, married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1742-01-15 Marie ou Marie Josèphe
LANOUE

4) Marie, married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1733-08-18 Charles GODIN dit
BELLEFONTAINE

5) Pierre, married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1746-02-01 (dgfa) or 1746-01-31 (mfd,
dubrule) Marie Josephte GRANGER

**



More About CHARLES MELANÇON and ANNE BOURG:

Marriage: 1700, Acadie, Canada


Child of ANNE BOURG and CHARLES MELANÇON is:

20. i. MARIE4 MELANÇON, b. 1708.



12. MICHEL3 BOURG (MARGUERITE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 1667 in Acadie.
He married ÉLISABETH MELANÇON 1689, daughter of CHARLES MELANÇON and MARIE
DUGAS. She was born 1670 in Acadie.

Notes for MICHEL BOURG:

The family of Michel dit Michaud BOURG and Élisabeth MELANÇON [43210] BOURG,
Michel dit Michaud (François & Marguerite BOUDREAU [46532]) * married about
1689, from .. (Acadie) MELANÇON, Élisabeth (Charles MELANÇON dit LARAMÉE &
Marie DUGAS [43333]) Children:

1) Anne, born about 1706 (sep-1756), died 1756-09-20, buried 1756-09-21
Québec (Qc), married about 1726 François HÉBERT

2) François, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1721-11-18 Catherine CORMIER,
married about 1730 Marie BÉLIVEAU dit BLONDIN

3) Isabelle, married about 1723 Jean HÉBERT

4) Jean Baptiste, married about 1733 Marie THÉRIAULT

5) Joseph, married about 1733 Anne CORMIER

6) Madeleine, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1712-10-13 (dgfa) or 1712-10-03
(dag, mfd) Jean THÉRIAULT

7) Marguerite, married about 1707 Guillaume CYR, married about 1740 Jacques
ou Jacob VIGNEAULT dit MAURICE

8) Marie ou Louise Marie, born about 1695 (sep-1757), died 1757-02-11,
buried 1757-02-12 Québec (Qc), married about 1712 Antoine GAUDET, married
Beaubassin (Acadie) 1741-07-10 Charles BOURGEOIS

9) Michel, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1713-10-24 Marie CORMIER

10) Pierre, married about 1722 Cécile CORMIER

**



More About MICHEL BOURG and ÉLISABETH MELANÇON:

Marriage: 1689


Child of MICHEL BOURG and ÉLISABETH MELANÇON is:

21. i. MADELEINE4 BOURG, b. 1696.



13. MICHEL3 POIRIER (MARIE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 1674 in Beaubassin,
Acadie, Canada. He married MADELEINE BOURGEOIS 1698 in Beaubassin, Acadie,
Canada, daughter of GERMAIN BOURGEOIS and MADELEINE DUGAS. She was born 1683
in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

Notes for MICHEL POIRIER:

The family of Michel POIRIER and Madeleine BOURGEOIS [43356] POIRIER, Michel
(Michel & Marie BOUDREAU [84040]) * married about 1698, from .. (Acadie)

BOURGEOIS, Madeleine (Germain & Madeleine DUGAS [84311])

1) Abraham, married before census 1752 Marie Josèphe BOURG, married
Ristigouche (Qc) 1761-01-07 Agnès BÉLIVEAU

2) Ambroise, married about 1732 Marie GAUDET

3) Anne, born about 1710 (sep-1758), died 1758-01-02, buried 1758-01-03
Québec (Qc), married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1735-01-25 Pierre CYR

4) Anne ou Agnès, married about 1739 Jean Baptiste VIGNEAULT dit MAURICE

5) Claude dit Glodiche, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1734-11-23 Anne BOURG,
married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1738 Marguerite CYR

6) François, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1746-10-18 Geneviève NUIRAT

7) Jean Baptiste, married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1727-10-14 Marie Josephte
SAVOIE

8) Joseph, married about 1730 Jeanne GAUDET

9) Madeleine, married about 1739 Pierre CYR

10) Marguerite, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1734-11-09 Charles ARSENAULT,
married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1742-08-06 Barthélemy COSSETTE

11) Marie, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1720-02-06 Jacques ARSENAULT

12) Michel, born about 1700 (m), married about 1723 Françoise ARSENAULT,
married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1726-07-23 Marie Josephte BRUN

**



More About MICHEL POIRIER and MADELEINE BOURGEOIS:

Marriage: 1698, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada


Child of MICHEL POIRIER and MADELEINE BOURGEOIS is:

22. i. MARGUERITE4 POIRIER, b. 1716, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; d. 27 Nov
1753, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.



14. LOUIS3 POIRIER (MARIE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 22 Jan 1683/84 in
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, and died in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada. He
married CÉCILE MIGNEAULT 1708 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada. She was born
1682 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, and died in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

Notes for LOUIS POIRIER:

The family of Louis POIRIER and Cécile MIGNEAULT dit AUBIN [85590] POIRIER,
Louis (Michel & Marie BOUDREAU [84040]) * married about 1708, from ..
(Acadie) MIGNEAULT dit AUBIN, Cécile (Jean Aubin MIGNEAULT dit CHÂTILLON &
Anne DUGAS [16037])

1) Catherine, married about 1732 Michel QUESSY dit ROGER

2) Charles, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1746-02-08 Marguerite CHIASSON,
married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1747-11-15 Marguerite VIGNEAULT

3) Françoise, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1740-11-22 Pierre ARSENAULT

4) Marguerite, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1734-01-19 Jean MOUTON

5) Pierre, married Beaubassin (Acadie) 1740-02-03 Marguerite ARSENAULT

**



More About LOUIS POIRIER and CÉCILE MIGNEAULT:

Marriage: 1708, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada


Children of LOUIS POIRIER and CÉCILE MIGNEAULT are:

i. CATHERINE4 POIRIER, b. 1710, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; d. May 1740,
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; m. MICHEL CAISSIE, 1732.

More About MICHEL CAISSIE and CATHERINE POIRIER:

Marriage: 1732

ii. MARGUERITE POIRIER, b. 1712, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; m. JEAN MOUTON,
19 Jan 1733/34, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

More About JEAN MOUTON and MARGUERITE POIRIER:

Marriage: 19 Jan 1733/34, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada

iii. JEANNE POIRIER, b. 1714, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

iv. CÉCILE POIRIER, b. 11 Oct 1716, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

More About CÉCILE POIRIER:

Godparents:: 19 Jun 1717, Charles Bourgeois & Marguerite Bourg

23. v. PIERRE POIRIER, b. 1718, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; d. 1749,
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

vi. CHARLES POIRIER, b. 1722, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; m. (1) MARGUERITE
CHIASSON, 08 Feb 1745/46; m. (2) MARGUERITE VIGNEAU, 15 Nov 1747,
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; b. 1725.

More About CHARLES POIRIER and MARGUERITE CHIASSON:

Marriage: 08 Feb 1745/46

More About CHARLES POIRIER and MARGUERITE VIGNEAU:

Marriage: 15 Nov 1747, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada

24. vii. FRANÇOISE POIRIER, b. 1722, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; d. Abt.
1761, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.



15. FRANÇOIS3 BOUDREAU (ABRAHAM2, MICHEL1) was born 1692 in Port Royal,
Acadie, Canada. He married JEANNE LANDRY 11 Jan 1716/17 in Port Royal,
Acadie, Canada, daughter of CLAUDE LANDRY and MARGUERITE THÉRIAULT. She was
born 1687.

Notes for FRANÇOIS BOUDREAU:

The family of François BOUDREAU dit MANNE and Jeanne LANDRY [84272] BOUDREAU
dit MANNE, François (Abraham BOUDREAU & Cécile MELANÇON [86031]) * married
1717-01-11 Port-Royal (Acadie, Canada)

LANDRY, Jeanne (Claude & Marguerite THÉRIAULT [85828])

1) Anne, married Port Lajoie (Acadie, Canada) 1735-06-20 François HACHÉ dit
GALLANT

2) Charles, married about 1755 Madeleine CHIASSON

3) Jeanne, married about 1747 Charles DOUCET

4) Joseph, married after census 1752 Louise Anne ARSENAULT

5) Madeleine, married Saint-Pierre-du-Nord (Acadie, Canada) 1750-11-03 Jean
ARSENAULT

6) Marguerite, married Port Lajoie (Acadie, Canada) 1739-07-28 Joseph
ARSENAULT

7) Marie Josèphe, married Port Lajoie (Acadie, Canada) 1735-06-20 Jacques
HACHÉ

8) Renotte, married after 1752 Alexandre ARSENAULT



More About FRANÇOIS BOUDREAU and JEANNE LANDRY:

Marriage: 11 Jan 1716/17, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Child of FRANÇOIS BOUDREAU and JEANNE LANDRY is:

25. i. MARIE-JOSÈPHE4 BOUDREAU, b. 17 Oct 1717, Port Lajoye, Île-St-Jean,
Acadie; d. 1752.



16. ANSELME3 BOUDREAU (MICHEL2, MICHEL1) was born 1706 in Port Royal,
Acadie, Canada. He married MARGUERITE GAUDET 1725 in Acadie, Canada,
daughter of CLAUDE GAUDET and MARGUERITE BLOU. She was born 1708 in
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

More About ANSELME BOUDREAU and MARGUERITE GAUDET:

Marriage: 1725, Acadie, Canada


Child of ANSELME BOUDREAU and MARGUERITE GAUDET is:

26. i. JOSEPH4 BOUDREAU, b. 1738, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; d. 08 Dec
1797, Bathurst, Gloucester , New Brunswick.



17. MICHEL3 BOUDREAU (CLAUDE2, MICHEL1) was born 1687. He married CÉCILE
LEBLANC 1708 in Acadie, Canada, daughter of JACQUES LEBLANC and CATHERINE
HÉBERT. She was born 1689 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

Notes for MICHEL BOUDREAU:

The family of Michel BOUDREAU and Marie Cécile LEBLANC [43195] BOUDREAU,
Michel (Claude & Anne Marie THIBODEAU [85458]) * married about 1708, from ..
(Acadie)

LEBLANC, Marie Cécile (Jacques & Catherine HÉBERT [85561])

1) Anne Marie, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1727-11-05 Abraham DAIGLE

2) Cécile, married about 1733 Jean Baptiste PITRE, married Sainte-Croix de
Lotbinière (Qc) 1762-11-03 Pierre PELLERIN

3) François, married about 1731 Marguerite PITRE

4) Françoise, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1732-08-18 Charles PRÉGENT dit LEBRETON

5) Honoré, married about 1753 ..

6) Jean Baptiste, married about 1738 Agnès PITRE

7) Marguerite, married about 1746 Antoine DUPUIS

8) Michel, married about 1742 Claire COMEAU

9) Olivier, married about 1752 Anne Marie DUPUIS, married Cabahannocer
(Louisiane), USA 1767 Anne GAUDET

10) Pierre, married about 1750 Marguerite DUPUIS

11) René, married about 1745 Marie Judith PITRE

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More About MICHEL BOUDREAU and CÉCILE LEBLANC:

Marriage: 1708, Acadie, Canada


Children of MICHEL BOUDREAU and CÉCILE LEBLANC are:

27. i. CÉCILE4 BOUDREAU, b. 1714.

28. ii. FRANÇOIS BOUDREAU, b. 10 Aug 1710, Grand Pré, Acadia, Canada.



Generation No. 4


18. MARIE-MADELEINE4 GRANGER (MARGUERITE3 THÉRIAULT, JEANNE2 BOUDREAU,
MICHEL1) was born 1719. She married GERMAIN DUPUIS 1740. He was born 1717.

Notes for GERMAIN DUPUIS:

The family of Germain DUPUIS and Marie GRANGER [87499] DUPUIS, Germain
(Martin & Marie LANDRY [110334]) * married 1717-09-03 Grand-Pré
(Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie, Canada) GRANGER, Marie (René & Marguerite
THÉRIAULT [115549])

1) Ambroise, married about 1742 Anne AUCOIN

2) François, married about 1753 Marguerite PRÉGENT

3) Germain, married about 1746 Marie Angélique LEBLANC

4) Marie Josèphe, married about 1737 Pierre BRAULT

5) Marie Madeleine, born about 1741 (sép-1793), died 1793-12-12, buried
1793-12-14 L'Acadie, Canada (Qc), married Laprairie (Qc) 1767-07-18 Amand
BRAULT

6) Marie Marguerite, born 28 May 1743, married 29 Dec 1763 Alexis Thibodeau

7) Olivier, married about 1752 Anne BOUDREAU

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More About GERMAIN DUPUIS and MARIE-MADELEINE GRANGER:

Marriage: 1740


Child of MARIE-MADELEINE GRANGER and GERMAIN DUPUIS is:

29. i. MARIE-MARGUERITE5 DUPUIS, b. 28 May 1743, St-Nicolas, Levis, Québec.



19. ANNE4 BOUDREAU (PIERRE3, CHARLES2, MICHEL1) was born 1715 in Pisiguit,
Acadie, Canada, and died Bef. 1767 in Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.
She married RENÉ THIBODEAU Abt. 1731, son of PIERRE THIBODEAU and ANNE-MARIE
BOURG. He was born 1706 in Pisiguit, Acadie, Canada, and died Oct 1756 in
Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts.

Notes for RENÉ THIBODEAU:

Rene "Castin"3 Thibodeau (*Pierre "L'Aine"2, *Pierre1). He married *Anne
Boudreau Abt. 1731, daughter of Charles Boudreau and Madeleine Hebert. She
died July 29, 1767.

Children of *Rene Thibodeau and *Anne Boudreau are:

i. David4 Thibodeau, died in At the age of 52 years old, One of the first
colonists in Richibouctou.

ii. Alain "Castin" Thibodeau, born 1732.

iii. Anne Jeanne "Blanche" Thibodeau, born 1736; died October 05, 1803 in
St- Michel d'Yamaska.

iv. Alexis Thibodeau, born 1737; died March 06, 1801 in Baie-Ste-Anne, New
Brunswick.

v. Charles "Castin" Thibodeau, born 1740; died May 04, 1817 in
Pointe-de-l'Eglise.

vi. Rosalie Thibodeau, born 1743171,171; died June 15, 1815 in
Kingsclear171,171. She married (1) Joseph "St. Louis" Mazerolle January 17,
1764 in Boston, Suffolk County, Massachusetts171,171. She married (2) Joseph
Thibodeau 1785; born 1762.

vii. Marguerite-Josephe Thibodeau, born 1744171,171; died March 18, 1774 in
Yamachiche, St-Maurice, Québec, St-Maurice, PQ171,171. She married Joseph
Hebert February 01, 1763 in Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts171.

viii. Joseph "Castin" Thibodeau, born 1749; died February 01, 1817 in
Baie-Ste-Anne, New Brunswick.

ix. Etienne "Bruno" Thibodeau, born 1751 in Acadie, Canada.

x. David Thibodeau, born Abt. 1761; died March 01, 1813 in Richbouctou
Village, New Brunswick. Died: At the age of 52 years old. One of the first
colonists in Richibouctou.

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More About RENÉ THIBODEAU and ANNE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: Abt. 1731


Children of ANNE BOUDREAU and RENÉ THIBODEAU are:

i. ALAIN CASTAIN5 THIBODEAU, b. 1732, Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts;
Stepchild; m. NATHALIE HÉBERT, 24 Aug 1761, Massachusetts; b. 1740.

More About ALAIN THIBODEAU and NATHALIE HÉBERT:

Marriage: 24 Aug 1761, Massachusetts

ii. ANNE JEANNE BLANCHE THIBODEAU, b. 1736, Charlestown, Middlesex,
Massachusetts; d. 05 Oct 1803, St-Michel, Yamaska; Stepchild; m. JOSEPH
BENOIT, 18 Jan 1761, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; b. 1735.

More About JOSEPH BENOIT and ANNE THIBODEAU:

Marriage: 18 Jan 1761, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts

30. iii. ALEXIS THIBODEAU, b. 1737, Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts;
d. 06 Mar 1801, Baie-Ste-Anne, New Brunswick, Canada; Stepchild.

iv. CHARLES THIBODEAU, b. 1740, Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; d. 04
May 1817; Stepchild; m. FELICITE DUGAR, Abt. 1772; b. 1750.

More About CHARLES THIBODEAU and FELICITE DUGAR:

Marriage: Abt. 1772

v. ROSALIE THIBODEAU, b. 1743, Pigiguit, Acadie, Canada; d. 15 Jun 1815,
Kingsclear, Queensbury, N.B, Canada; Stepchild; m. JOSEPH MAZEROLE, 17 Jan
1764, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; b. Abt. 1742.

More About JOSEPH MAZEROLE and ROSALIE THIBODEAU:

Marriage: 17 Jan 1764, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts

vi. MARGUERITE JOSEPHE THIBODEAU, b. 1744, Pigiguit, Acadie, Canada; d. 18
Mar 1774, Yamachiche, St-Maurice, Québec, St-Maurice, Quebec, Canada;
Stepchild; m. JOSEPH HÉBERT, 01 Feb 1763, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts; b.
Abt. 1743.

More About JOSEPH HÉBERT and MARGUERITE THIBODEAU:

Marriage: 01 Feb 1763, Boston, Suffolk, Massachusetts

vii. ETIENNE BRUNO THIBODEAU, b. 1747, Baie-Ste-Anne, NS; Stepchild.

viii. JOSEPH CASTIN THIBODEAU, b. 1749, Pigiguit, Acadie, Canada; d. Feb
1817, Baie-Ste-Anne, NS; Stepchild; m. MARGUERITE LEBLANC, 19 Feb 1776; b.
1755.

More About JOSEPH THIBODEAU and MARGUERITE LEBLANC:

Marriage: 19 Feb 1776



20. MARIE4 MELANÇON (ANNE3 BOURG, MARGUERITE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born
1708. She married CHARLES GODIN 18 Aug 1733 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada,
son of GABRIEL GODIN and ANDRÉE-ANGÉLIQUE JEANNES. He was born 1708.

More About CHARLES GODIN and MARIE MELANÇON:

Marriage: 18 Aug 1733, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Children of MARIE MELANÇON and CHARLES GODIN are:

31. i. JEAN-BAPTISTE5 GODIN, b. 1735; d. 09 Nov 1809.

ii. CHARLES GODIN, b. 1740.

iii. CÉCILE GODIN, b. 1742.

iv. PAUL GODIN, b. 1745.

v. HÉLÈNE GODIN, b. 1746.

vi. MARGUERITE-MADELEINE GODIN, b. 1748.



21. MADELEINE4 BOURG (MICHEL3, MARGUERITE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 1696.
She married JEAN THÉRIAULT 13 Oct 1712 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, son of
GERMAIN THÉRIAULT and ANNE RICHARD. He was born 1690.

Notes for JEAN THÉRIAULT:

The family of Jean THÉRIAULT and Madeleine BOURG [46506] THÉRIAULT, Jean
(Germain & Anne RICHARD [115940]) * married 1712-10-13 (dgfa) or 1712-10-03
(dag, mfd) Beaubassin (Acadie) BOURG, Madeleine (Michel dit Michaud &
Élisabeth MELANÇON [43210])

1) Élisabeth, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1742-10-15 Bénoni GRANGER

2) Hilarion Charles, married about 1761 Marie BÉLIVEAU

3) Jean Baptiste, married about 1749 Marguerite BOURGEOIS

4) Joseph, married about 1758 Madeleine BOURGEOIS

5) Madeleine, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1738-01-20 Jean DOUCET dit PRUDENT

6) Marguerite, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1734-11-20 Joseph GRANGER

7) Marie, married about 1734 Jean Baptiste CORMIER

8) Marie Josèphe, married Grand-Pré (Saint-Charles-des-Mines) (Acadie)
1742-10-10 Félix LEBLANC

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More About JEAN THÉRIAULT and MADELEINE BOURG:

Marriage: 13 Oct 1712, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada


Child of MADELEINE BOURG and JEAN THÉRIAULT is:

32. i. MARIE5 THÉRIAULT, b. 1715, Acadie, Canada.



22. MARGUERITE4 POIRIER (MICHEL3, MARIE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 1716 in
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, and died 27 Nov 1753 in Beaubassin, Acadie,
Canada. She married CHARLES ARSENAULT 09 Nov 1734 in Beaubassin, Acadie,
Canada, son of CHARLES ARSENAULT and FRANÇOISE MIRANDE. He was born 1713 in
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, and died 26 Jan 1740/41 in Beaubassin, Acadie,
Canada.

More About CHARLES ARSENAULT and MARGUERITE POIRIER:

Marriage: 09 Nov 1734, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada


Children of MARGUERITE POIRIER and CHARLES ARSENAULT are:

i. CHARLES5 ARSENAULT, b. 1735, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada; m. ANNE
GIROUARD, Abt. 1758; b. 1738.

More About CHARLES ARSENAULT and ANNE GIROUARD:

Marriage: Abt. 1758

33. ii. PIERRE ARSENAULT, b. 1738, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

34. iii. JOSEPH ARSENAULT, b. 1741, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

iv. JEAN BAPTISTE ARSENAULT, b. 26 Jan 1740/41, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada;
m. FRANCOISE DUMAS, Abt. 1764; b. 1743.

More About JEAN ARSENAULT and FRANCOISE DUMAS:

Marriage: Abt. 1764



23. PIERRE4 POIRIER (LOUIS3, MARIE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 1718 in
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, and died 1749 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada. He
married MARGUERITE ARSENAULT 03 Feb 1740/41 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada,
daughter of CHARLES ARSENAULT and FRANÇOISE MIRANDE. She was born 1721 in
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, and died in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

More About PIERRE POIRIER:

Baptism: 01 Jan 1719/20, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada

Godparents:: 01 Jan 1718/19, Pierre Bourgeois & Marie Bourgeois

More About PIERRE POIRIER and MARGUERITE ARSENAULT:

Marriage: 03 Feb 1740/41, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada


Child of PIERRE POIRIER and MARGUERITE ARSENAULT is:

i. OIERRE5 POIRIER, b. 02 Dec 1743.

Notes for OIERRE POIRIER:

Pierre POIRIER, born December 2, 1743

Son of Pierre Poirier and Marguerite Arsenaud

sponsors: François Lapierre and Françoise Arsenaud





24. FRANÇOISE4 POIRIER (LOUIS3, MARIE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 1722 in
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, and died Abt. 1761 in Beaubassin, Acadie,
Canada. She married PIERRE ARSENAULT 22 Nov 1740 in Beaubassin, Acadie,
Canada, son of CHARLES ARSENAULT and FRANÇOISE MIRANDE. He was born 23 Sep
1716 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, and died 27 Apr 1770 in Lac St-Paul,
Quebec.

More About PIERRE ARSENAULT:

Residence: 1757, Quebec, Canada

More About PIERRE ARSENAULT and FRANÇOISE POIRIER:

Marriage: 22 Nov 1740, Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada


Children of FRANÇOISE POIRIER and PIERRE ARSENAULT are:

i. MARIE MADELEINE5 ARSENAULT, b. 1741.

ii. BASILE ARSENAULT, b. 1743.

iii. MARIE OSITE ARSENAULT, b. 1744.

iv. MARIE ARSENAULT, b. 1750.

v. MARIE ANNE ARSENAULT, b. 1752.



25. MARIE-JOSÈPHE4 BOUDREAU (FRANÇOIS3, ABRAHAM2, MICHEL1) was born 17 Oct
1717 in Port Lajoye, Île-St-Jean, Acadie, and died 1752. She married JACQUES
HACHÉ-GALLANT 20 Jun 1735 in Port Lajoye, Île-St-Jean, Acadie, son of MICHEL
HACHÉ-GALLANT and ANNE CORMIER. He was born 1707 in Beaubassin, Acadie,
Canada.

Notes for JACQUES HACHÉ-GALLANT:

Jacques Haché-Gallant dit Gallant, né vers 1712, était le cadet de la
famille de l'ancêtre. Il se maria, à Port-Lajoie, le 20 juin 1735, à
Marie-Josèphe Boudrot, fille de François Boudrot dit Manne et de Jeanne
Landry. Leur fils Cyprien, né vers 1748, épousa vers 1774 Marie Bernard,
fille de Joseph Bernard et de Nathalie Arsenault. Ils devinrent les père et
mère de dix garçons, connus dans l'histoire acadienne comme les dix frères
de Cascumpec. Le troisième de ces dix frères fut Urbain, né vers 1782.
Celui-ci se maria en premières noces, vers 1802, à Marie Gallant, fille de
Joseph Gallant et d'Euphrosine Arsenault, et en deuxièmes noces, à
Richibouctou-Village, le 17 octobre 1823, à Marie Henry, fille de Pierre
Henry et de Geneviève Arsenault. Après son deuxième mariage, Urbain
s'installa à Saint-Louis de Kent, où il fut inhumé le 27 janvier 1842.

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More About JACQUES HACHÉ-GALLANT and MARIE-JOSÈPHE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: 20 Jun 1735, Port Lajoye, Île-St-Jean, Acadie


Children of MARIE-JOSÈPHE BOUDREAU and JACQUES HACHÉ-GALLANT are:

35. i. MARIE-JEANNE5 HACHÉ-GALLANT, b. 14 Jul 1738, Port Lajoye,
Île-St-Jean, Acadie; d. 15 Feb 1825, Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick.

36. ii. MARIE HACHÉ-GALLANT, b. 1747, Port Lajoye, Prince Edward Island; d.
13 May 1813, Bathurst, Gloucester , New Brunswick.



26. JOSEPH4 BOUDREAU (ANSELME3, MICHEL2, MICHEL1) was born 1738 in
Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada, and died 08 Dec 1797 in Bathurst, Gloucester ,
New Brunswick. He married MARIE-JEANNE HACHÉ-GALLANT 07 Jan 1761 in
Restigouche, Bonaventure, Québec, daughter of JACQUES HACHÉ-GALLANT and
MARIE-JOSÈPHE BOUDREAU. She was born 14 Jul 1738 in Port Lajoye,
Île-St-Jean, Acadie, and died 15 Feb 1825 in Bathurst, Gloucester, New
Brunswick.

More About JOSEPH BOUDREAU and MARIE-JEANNE HACHÉ-GALLANT:

Marriage: 07 Jan 1761, Restigouche, Bonaventure, Québec


Child of JOSEPH BOUDREAU and MARIE-JEANNE HACHÉ-GALLANT is:

37. i. MARGUERITE5 BOUDREAU, b. 1770, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet,
Gloucester, NB.



27. CÉCILE4 BOUDREAU (MICHEL3, CLAUDE2, MICHEL1) was born 1714. She married
JEAN-BAPTISTE PITRE Abt. 1733 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada, son of FRANÇOIS
PITRE and ANNE PRÉGENT. He was born 1711 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada, and
died 09 Jun 1758 in Québec City, Québec, Canada.

Notes for CÉCILE BOUDREAU:



BOUDREAU (Boudreault, Boudreaux, Boudreau), CÉCILE (Pitre; Pellerin), b. c.
1714 in Annapolis Royal, N.S., probably the daughter of Charles Boudreau and
Marie-Josephe Landry; m. there c. 1731 Jean-Baptiste Pitre, and they had l1
children; m. secondly October 1762 Pierre Pellerin in Nicolet (Que.); d.
there 13 Jan. 1811.

Having escaped the massive and cruel deportation of 1755 [see Charles
Lawrence*], Cécile Boudreau, her husband, and her children joined about 200
Acadian families who scattered into the woods bordering the Memramcook,
Shepody, and Petitcodiac rivers (N. B.). Fortunately these families were
able to count on the aid of missionary François Le Guerne* and of Charles
Deschamps* de Boishébert, a captain in the colonial regular troops. The two
men worked together to ensure the survival of the Acadians, provide for
their sustenance, and organize their resistance to the British.

Foreseeing the second phase of the expulsion, which would be carried out in
1758 [see Robert Monckton*] any of the families, including Cécile Boudreau's,
moved up the coast to Miramichi in 1757. They were exhausted, and suffered
from starvation as a result of poor crops and from epidemics. Several of
them then resigned themselves to following Boishébert's troops, which had
been recalled to Québec for the winter of 1757-58.

The situation at Quebec seemed little brighter. There was a dearth of
supplies and a severe famine. The Acadians had to make do with cod and
rotten meat. According to the testimony of several persons, these poor
living conditions brought about the death of a number of Acadians. On 9 June
1758, amid the general gloom and inactivity, Cécile Boudreau had to bury her
husband, who had fallen victim to the smallpox epidemic raging at the time.
A month earlier she had done the same for her son Jean, barely eight years
of age, and four days after her husband's interment she buried one of her
daughters.

It was for such reasons that the Acadian refugees then sought to flee
Quebec. Some joined Le Guerne, who had become parish priest of
Saint-François, on Île d'Orléans. Others settled in the Beauce or in the
regions of Saint-Joachim and Bellechasse. In 1758 a large number went to
Saint-Grégoire (Bécancour); others, including Cécile Boudreau's family,
chose Nicolet. This locality, which their missionaries and the Abenakis had
drawn to their attention, turned out to be a good place for a settlement. It
was situated near the St Lawrence, which gave access to the gulf and to
Acadia, where everyone hoped to live once again. The region offered an
abundance of woods and lakes that enabled them to ensure their subsistence;
moreover it was remote and tranquillity was easily found.

When along with other Pitres and Boudreaus, Orillon-Champagnes, Gaudets,
Laurts, Melançons, Bastaraches, Commeaus, and Rouisse-Languedocs, Cécile
Boudreau arrived in this new setting to find fresh hope and take root, she
still had five children with her; one of them, François, would receive a
commission later as captain in the militia. She married Pierre Pellerin in
1762 and was widowed 30 years later. She apparently reached the age of 97,
still strong, lucid, and courageous. An unfortunate fall then forced her to
take to her bed. After 18 days during which she was willing to drink "only a
little water and two shots of rum," she died.

A long way from Nicolet the Quebec Gazette, a major paper of the province,
printed a paragraph about this strong and incomparable woman which formed a
longer and better tribute than any cold tombstone could offer. It told of
the circumstances of her death and concluded: "This venerable Acadian
constantly retained all her mental faculties with remarkable freshness and
good health until the accident which brought her to the grave."

Adrien Bergeron

ANQ-MBF, CE1-13, 14 janv. 1811. Arch. du séminaire de Trois-Rivières
(Trois-Rivières, Qué.), Louis Richard, "Notes sur l'arrivée des Acadiens
dans le district de Trois-Rivières après 1755." Quebec Gazette, 31 Jan.
1811. Arsenault, Hist. et généal. des Acadiens (1965). J.-E. Bellemare,
Histoire de Nicolet, 1669-1924 (Arthabaska, Qué., 1924). Adrien Bergeron, Le
grand arrangement des Acadiens au Québec . . . (8v., Montréal, 1981), 2: 35,
43; 5: 163, 165. P.-G. Roy, La ville de Québec sous le Régime français (2v.,
Québec, 1930), 2: 295-96.








More About CÉCILE BOUDREAU:

Cause of Death: Died at age 97

Notes for JEAN-BAPTISTE PITRE:

Jean-Baptiste Pitre

Son of François dit Nordest Pitre and Anne Préjean le Breton, Jean-Baptiste
was born in 1711 in Port-Royal. He was only 14 when he lost his father. He
was married on October 28, 1733 to the nineteen year old Cécile Boudreaux.
Although this marriage took place in Port-Royal, the following year the
young couple lived in the Parish of Saint-Charles des Mines in Grand-Pré. It
is there that their son Michel is born in 1735. By 1737, their young family
is living in Beaubassin. The fact that Jean-Baptiste & Cécile moved farther
inland with their families was a symptom of the times they were living in
Acadie. The Acadian population was growing fast much to the concern of the
British authorities, Acadians were forced to find new areas to settle. By
the end of the 17th century, new settlements developed in Les Mines (Grand
Pré) and later in Beaubassin. Like Jean-Baptiste's father, many acadians had
taken the oath of allegeance to the King of England between 1719 and 1730.
Because of this oath and the fact that they lived under British Authority,
the Neutral Acadians were no longer trusted by France. Also at that time in
history, Britain distrusted all catholics and felt that Acadians could ally
themselves with France in a conflict. This left our ancestors in the
precarious position of being mistrusted by both political powers. From 1749
to 1755, the increase of English settlers in Nova Scotia added tensions for
the Acadians. The native Micmacs who conducted raids on the British
settlements, were said to have close links with the Acadians. England wanted
Nova Scotia as their territory because of its strategic military location.
The Governor of Massachusetts coveted this area for its access to Québec and
the French Fortress of Louisbourg on Cape Breton Island. Louisbourg was the
commercial and administrative centre of the French Colonies in Acadie at the
time. These would become the decisive factors in the eventual Deportation
Order.

[Source: Centre Acadien, Université Sainte-Anne, N.S.]

Escape from Deportation: Acadians in the areas of Memramcook, Chipoudy, and
Petitcodiac rivers were hearing rumors of deportation in August of 1755 and
on the advice of their Missionnary L'Abbé François Le Guerne, hundreds took
refuge in the woods of what is now part of New Brunswick. They were forced
to remain hidden in the forest as the British authorities had put a price on
their heads. Some of these Acadians were successful in reaching their
destinations but many died along the way from starvation & exhaustion.

Jean-Baptiste Pitre and his family were among 200 Acadian families from the
areas of Memramcook, Chipoudy, and Petitcodiac rivers who had followed this
advice and hid in the forest. They were fortunate that Charles Deschamps de
Boishébert, a captain in the French colonial regular troops, was nearby.
Accompanied by a group of natives, the 125 French soldiers surprised about
200 English soldiers who were about to set fire to the 250 houses in
Petitcoudiac. Both L'Abbé Le Guerne and Lieutenant Boishébert are credited
for having ensured the survival of the Acadians. The acadians foresaw the
second phase of the expulsion of 1758 and Jean-Baptiste Pitre's family
accompanied others up the coast to Miramichi in 1757. Exhaustion and lack of
provisions took its toll on the Acadians and many died of starvation. As a
result, several decided to follow Boishébert's troops recalled to Québec for
the winter of 1757-58. Unfortunately, the circumstances in Québec City were
not much better. The war had brought on a lack of supplies and famine, the
Acadian refugees became an extra burden and were fed cod and rotten meat. It
is said that these unfortunate living conditions caused the death of many
Acadians. There are approximately 1,500 Acadian refugees when the City is
hit by a smallpox epidemic. Already weakened by their journey, hundreds
succumbed to this illness. Jean-Baptiste Pitre and his family were among
this ill-fated group and on June 9th, 1758, our ancestor passed away in
Québec at the age of 47. The following are some of our ancestor Jean
Baptiste Pitre's relatives who were deported, disappeared or died with their
families during the deportation years of 1755 to 1763.

Charles-Modeste Pitre (son) His family is found later in Louisiana

Antoine Pitre, (Brother) died sometime between 1755 and 1763

Marie Josephe Pitre, (Sister) & Family deported to South Carolina

Joseph Pitre (Cousin) (of Claude & Anne Henry) deported alone on the ship
Endeavour to South Carolina. His wife escaped to Québec where many
descendants are alive today.

Françoise Pitre & Family (Cousin) deported to Europe

Angélique Pitre & Family (Cousin) deported to Europe , died in France on
August. 24, 1757

Marie Marguerite Pitre, (Cousin) & Family deported to Europe , died in
France on December 28, 1758

Jean Pitre, (Cousin) & Family deported to Europe , died at sea during the
crossing in 1758

Joseph Pitre (Cousin) (of Jean & Françoise Babin) & Family deported to
Europe , died at sea during the crossing in 1758

Michel Pitre (Cousin)(of Jean & Françoise Babin) & Family, deported to
Europe , died at sea during the crossing around December 13, 1758

Madeleine Pitre (Cousin) & Family deported to Europe , died at sea on the
Duke William, during the crossing to France

Céci Pitre (Cousin) & Family deported to Europe , died at sea on La Violet,
during the crossing to France

Germain (Cousin) dit Germain-Jean Pitre, died in Le Mirebalais, St-Domingue,
West Indies on October 20, 1764

Amand Pitre (Cousin) & family deported to Europe on list of passagers to
Louisiana in 1785

Claude Pitre (Cousin) & family deported to Europe to England, died in
Sauzon, France on March 7, 1775. His family later emigrated to Louisiana in
1785

Jean Pitre (Cousin) & Family deported to Europe , on list of passager to
Louisiana in 1785

Jean (dit Jean Marc) Pitre (Cousin) died at Fort Edward in Nova Scotia,
July/August 1762

Marie Pitre (Cousin) & Family, deported to France, died at sea during the
crossing to France

**

Details on Jean Baptiste Pitre NB: Date: July 29, 1754, Location: Port-Royal

Surname: Pitre, Name: Jean Baptiste, Wife: Cecile Boudreau.

[Source : Baptisms, marriages and burial sites; parish register of St Jean
Baptiste du Port Royal]



More About JEAN-BAPTISTE PITRE:

Cause of Death: Smallpox

Medical Information: died at age 47

Parish: 1734, Saint Charles des Mines, Grand Pre

More About JEAN-BAPTISTE PITRE and CÉCILE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: Abt. 1733, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Children of CÉCILE BOUDREAU and JEAN-BAPTISTE PITRE are:

i. MARIE JOSEPHE5 PITRE, b. 06 May 1734; m. JEAN BAPTISTE LASPRON, Abt.
1755; b. 1733.

More About JEAN LASPRON and MARIE PITRE:

Marriage: Abt. 1755

38. ii. MICHEL PITRE, b. 02 Oct 1735, Grand Pré, Acadie, Canada; d. Bef.
1808.

iii. CHARLES MODESTE PITRE, b. 21 Dec 1737.

iv. MARGUERITE PITRE, b. 10 Dec 1739.

v. MARIE-LOUISE PITRE, b. 1740.

vi. ROSALIE PITRE, b. 08 Apr 1742.

vii. ANNE PITRE, b. 15 Feb 1743/44; d. 13 Jun 1758, Quebec City, Quebec,
Canada.

viii. JOSEPH PITRE, b. 30 Jan 1745/46.

ix. FRANÇOIS PITRE, b. 21 Dec 1747.

More About FRANÇOIS PITRE:

Military service: Captain in the Militia

x. JEAN-BAPTISTE PITRE, b. 25 Mar 1750; d. May 1758, Quebec City, Quebec,
Canada.

More About JEAN-BAPTISTE PITRE:

Cause of Death: Smallpox 7 years old

xi. ISADORE PITRE, b. 30 Jul 1754; d. 21 Dec 1758, Quebec City, Quebec,
Canada.



28. FRANÇOIS4 BOUDREAU (MICHEL3, CLAUDE2, MICHEL1) was born 10 Aug 1710 in
Grand Pré, Acadia, Canada. He married MARGUERITE PITRE 1731 in Port Royal,
Acadie, Canada, daughter of FRANÇOIS PITRE and ANNE PRÉGENT. She was born 16
Jun 1715 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

More About FRANÇOIS BOUDREAU and MARGUERITE PITRE:

Marriage: 1731, Port Royal, Acadie, Canada


Child of FRANÇOIS BOUDREAU and MARGUERITE PITRE is:

39. i. ATHANASE5 BOUDREAU, b. 1736, Grand-Pré, Acadie, Canada; d. 1830,
Petit-Rocher, Gloucester, New Brunswick.



Generation No. 5


29. MARIE-MARGUERITE5 DUPUIS (MARIE-MADELEINE4 GRANGER, MARGUERITE3
THÉRIAULT, JEANNE2 BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 28 May 1743 in St-Nicolas,
Levis, Québec. She married ALEXIS THIBODEAU 29 Dec 1763 in Charlestown,
Middlesex, Massachusetts, son of RENÉ THIBODEAU and ANNE BOUDREAU. He was
born 1737 in Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, and died 06 Mar 1801 in
Baie-Ste-Anne, New Brunswick, Canada.

Notes for ALEXIS THIBODEAU:

Alexis4 Thibodeau (*Rene "Castin"3, *Pierre "L'Aine"2, *Pierre1) was born
1737, and died March 06, 1801 in Baie-Ste-Anne, New Brunswick. He married
Marie-Marguerite Dupuis December 29, 1763 in Massachusetts, daughter of
Germain Dupuis and Marie-Marguerite Granger.

Children of Alexis Thibodeau and Marie-Marguerite Dupuis are:

i. Charles Thibodeau, born 1764; died October 20, 1800 in Tracadie. He
married Charlotte Comeau.

ii. Marguerite Thibodeau, born 1765.

iii. Marie Anne Thibodeau, born 1774. She married Etienne Comeau January 26,
1798; born in Tracadie.

iv. Isabelle Thibodeau. She married Michel Finn.

v. François-Xavier Thibodeau.

vi. Marie Louise Thibodeau, born 1770; died 1820. She married Otho Robichaud
October 18, 1789.

**

[Arsenault, Vol 4, page 1439, says he married in Massachusetts 29 December
1763 (rehabilitated at Trois Rivieres 29 July 1767). That is, he married
within a month of his sister, Rosalie, who married Joseph Mazerolle II.
According to Arsenault, he was at Yamachiche, St-Maurice, Québec in 1767 and
at the canton of Sunbury, in New Brunswick, in August 1787 where he, his

brother-in-law Joseph Mazerolle, and Joseph's half-brother, Paul, were
witnesses to a marriage.]

He probably was one of the 60 French householders enumerated by the
Studholme report in 1783 as living above Sainte Anne (modern Fredericton) on
the Saint John River: '31. Alexie Tibeaudo (sic), wife and 5 children. Been
on (the river) 6 years; considerable improvements'

(Coll NB Hist Soc, Vol I, p 112).

**

Details on Alexis Thibodeau NB: Date: 1742

Location: Pisiguit

Surname: Thibodeau, Name: Alexis

Comment: Was in Yamchiche in 1767 and in the Sunbury district,
New-Brunswick, in 1787.

Name of husband/wife: Marguerite Dupuis

Father of husband: René, Mother of husband: Anne Boudrot

Father of wife: Germain Dupuis, Mother of wife: Marie Granger

Date maried: December 29, 1763 (Relocated in Trois-Rivières on July 29,
1767.)

Number of children: 4

Charles, 1767, Marguerite, 1767, Marie-Louise, near 1770, Marie-Anne, near
1774

[Type : Reference Book; Source : ARSENAULT, Bona, Histoire et généalogie des
Acadiens, volume 4, Les Éditions Leméac Inc., Ottawa, 1978 (pages 1319 à
1461)]

**







More About ALEXIS THIBODEAU and MARIE-MARGUERITE DUPUIS:

Marriage: 29 Dec 1763, Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts


Children of MARIE-MARGUERITE DUPUIS and ALEXIS THIBODEAU are:

i. CHARLES6 THIBODEAU, b. 1766, Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; d. 20
Oct 1800, Tracadie, Gloucester, New Brunswick; m. MARIE-CHARLOTTE COMEAU,
Abt. 1793, Tracadie, Gloucester, New Brunswick; b. 01 May 1773, Rivière
Kenebecassis, Kings County, New Brunswick; d. Sep 1826, New Brunswick,
Canada.

Notes for CHARLES THIBODEAU:

Charles Thibodaux

Event(s): Birth:1764, Massachusetts

Parents: Father: Alexis Thibodaux, Mother: Marguerite Dupuis

**














More About CHARLES THIBODEAU and MARIE-CHARLOTTE COMEAU:

Marriage: Abt. 1793, Tracadie, Gloucester, New Brunswick

ii. MARGUERITE THIBODEAU, b. 1767, Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts; d.
02 Feb 1822, Baie-Ste-Anne, New Brunswick, Canada; m. PAUL MAZEROLLE, Abt.
1784; b. Abt. 1763.

Notes for MARGUERITE THIBODEAU:

Marguerite Thibodeau


Birth: 1765 in Massachusetts

Death: 2 Feb 1822 in Baie-Ste-Anne,Acadie, Canada

Father: Alexis Thibodeau Mother: Marguerite Dupuis

Spouse: Paul Mazerolle

Sex: F



More About PAUL MAZEROLLE and MARGUERITE THIBODEAU:

Marriage: Abt. 1784

iii. MARIE-LOUISE THIBODEAU, b. 1770, Trois Rivieres; d. Oct 1820, Negouac,
New Brunswick, Canada; m. OTHO ROBICHARD, 18 Oct 1789, Caraquet, N.B.,
Canada; b. Abt. 1769.

More About OTHO ROBICHARD and MARIE-LOUISE THIBODEAU:

Marriage: 18 Oct 1789, Caraquet, N.B., Canada

iv. FRANÇOIS-XAVIER THIBODEAU, b. 1772, Trois Rivieres; d. Bef. 1787.

v. MARIE ANNE THIBODEAU, b. 1774, Tracadie, Gloucester, New Brunswick; d. 13
Apr 1804, Tracadie, Gloucester, New Brunswick; m. ETIENNE COMEAU, 26 Jul
1798, Negouac, N.B., Canada; b. 1773.

More About ETIENNE COMEAU and MARIE THIBODEAU:

Marriage: 26 Jul 1798, Negouac, N.B., Canada

vi. ISABELLE THIBODEAU, b. 1776, Tracadie, Gloucester, New Brunswick; m.
MICHAEL FINN, 06 Sep 1819, Tracadie, Gloucester, New Brunswick; b. Abt.
1788.

More About MICHAEL FINN and ISABELLE THIBODEAU:

Marriage: 06 Sep 1819, Tracadie, Gloucester, New Brunswick



30. ALEXIS5 THIBODEAU (ANNE4 BOUDREAU, PIERRE3, CHARLES2, MICHEL1) was born
1737 in Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, and died 06 Mar 1801 in
Baie-Ste-Anne, New Brunswick, Canada. He married MARIE-MARGUERITE DUPUIS 29
Dec 1763 in Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts, daughter of GERMAIN
DUPUIS and MARIE-MADELEINE GRANGER. She was born 28 May 1743 in St-Nicolas,
Levis, Québec.

Notes for ALEXIS THIBODEAU:

Alexis4 Thibodeau (*Rene "Castin"3, *Pierre "L'Aine"2, *Pierre1) was born
1737, and died March 06, 1801 in Baie-Ste-Anne, New Brunswick. He married
Marie-Marguerite Dupuis December 29, 1763 in Massachusetts, daughter of
Germain Dupuis and Marie-Marguerite Granger.

Children of Alexis Thibodeau and Marie-Marguerite Dupuis are:

i. Charles Thibodeau, born 1764; died October 20, 1800 in Tracadie. He
married Charlotte Comeau.

ii. Marguerite Thibodeau, born 1765.

iii. Marie Anne Thibodeau, born 1774. She married Etienne Comeau January 26,
1798; born in Tracadie.

iv. Isabelle Thibodeau. She married Michel Finn.

v. François-Xavier Thibodeau.

vi. Marie Louise Thibodeau, born 1770; died 1820. She married Otho Robichaud
October 18, 1789.

**

[Arsenault, Vol 4, page 1439, says he married in Massachusetts 29 December
1763 (rehabilitated at Trois Rivieres 29 July 1767). That is, he married
within a month of his sister, Rosalie, who married Joseph Mazerolle II.
According to Arsenault, he was at Yamachiche, St-Maurice, Québec in 1767 and
at the canton of Sunbury, in New Brunswick, in August 1787 where he, his

brother-in-law Joseph Mazerolle, and Joseph's half-brother, Paul, were
witnesses to a marriage.]

He probably was one of the 60 French householders enumerated by the
Studholme report in 1783 as living above Sainte Anne (modern Fredericton) on
the Saint John River: '31. Alexie Tibeaudo (sic), wife and 5 children. Been
on (the river) 6 years; considerable improvements'

(Coll NB Hist Soc, Vol I, p 112).

**

Details on Alexis Thibodeau NB: Date: 1742

Location: Pisiguit

Surname: Thibodeau, Name: Alexis

Comment: Was in Yamchiche in 1767 and in the Sunbury district,
New-Brunswick, in 1787.

Name of husband/wife: Marguerite Dupuis

Father of husband: René, Mother of husband: Anne Boudrot

Father of wife: Germain Dupuis, Mother of wife: Marie Granger

Date maried: December 29, 1763 (Relocated in Trois-Rivières on July 29,
1767.)

Number of children: 4

Charles, 1767, Marguerite, 1767, Marie-Louise, near 1770, Marie-Anne, near
1774

[Type : Reference Book; Source : ARSENAULT, Bona, Histoire et généalogie des
Acadiens, volume 4, Les Éditions Leméac Inc., Ottawa, 1978 (pages 1319 à
1461)]

**







More About ALEXIS THIBODEAU and MARIE-MARGUERITE DUPUIS:

Marriage: 29 Dec 1763, Charlestown, Middlesex, Massachusetts


Children are listed above under (29) MARIE-MARGUERITE DUPUIS.

31. JEAN-BAPTISTE5 GODIN (MARIE4 MELANÇON, ANNE3 BOURG, MARGUERITE2
BOUDREAU, MICHEL1) was born 1735, and died 09 Nov 1809. He married ANGÉLIQUE
BERGERON 1756, daughter of MICHEL BERGERON and MARIE DUGAS. She was born
1737 in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada.

More About JEAN-BAPTISTE GODIN and ANGÉLIQUE BERGERON:

Marriage: 1756


Children of JEAN-BAPTISTE GODIN and ANGÉLIQUE BERGERON are:

i. ALEXANDRE6 GODIN, b. 1757.

ii. FRANÇOIS GODIN, b. 1760.

iii. LOIUSE GODIN, b. 1758.

iv. MARIE-ROSALIE GODIN, b. 1764.

v. JEAN-BAPTISTE GODIN, b. 1766.

vi. MARIE-JOSEPHTE GODIN, b. 1768.

vii. MARIE-ANNE GODIN, b. 1770; d. 26 Nov 1851, Petit-Rocher, Gloucester,
New Brunswick; m. JOSEPH ARSENAULT, 25 Jun 1792, Caraquet, New Brunswick; b.
1770, Petit-Rocher, Gloucester, New Brunswick; d. 25 Jul 1851, Petit-Rocher,
Gloucester, New Brunswick.

More About JOSEPH ARSENAULT:

Residence: 1828, Petit-Rocher

More About JOSEPH ARSENAULT and MARIE-ANNE GODIN:

Marriage: 25 Jun 1792, Caraquet, New Brunswick

viii. MICHEL GODIN, b. 1772.



32. MARIE5 THÉRIAULT (MADELEINE4 BOURG, MICHEL3, MARGUERITE2 BOUDREAU,
MICHEL1) was born 1715 in Acadie, Canada. She married JEAN-BAPTISTE CORMIER
1734 in Grand Pré, Acadie, son of ALEXIS CORMIER and MARIE LEBLANC. He was
born 1710 in Acadie, Canada.

More About JEAN-BAPTISTE CORMIER and MARIE THÉRIAULT:

Marriage: 1734, Grand Pré, Acadie


Child of MARIE THÉRIAULT and JEAN-BAPTISTE CORMIER is:

i. MARGUERITE6 CORMIER, b. 1735; m. CHARLES BUJEAU; b. 1731, Pisiquit,
Acadie, Canada; d. 09 Dec 1798, Bonaventure, Québec.



33. PIERRE5 ARSENAULT (MARGUERITE4 POIRIER, MICHEL3, MARIE2 BOUDREAU,
MICHEL1) was born 1738 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada. He married THEOTISTE
BOUGEOIS 28 Jul 1760 in Ristigouche, N.B., Canada, daughter of JOSEPH
BOURGEOIS and MARIE CYR. She was born 1740.

More About PIERRE ARSENAULT and THEOTISTE BOUGEOIS:

Marriage: 28 Jul 1760, Ristigouche, N.B., Canada


Children of PIERRE ARSENAULT and THEOTISTE BOUGEOIS are:

i. MARIE6 ARSENAULT, b. 1762.

ii. JEAN ARSENAULT, b. 1765.

iii. ANASTASIE ARSENAULT, b. 1771, St. Pierre, Miqulon, France.

iv. JOSEPH ARSENAULT, b. 1774, St. Pierre, Miqulon, France.



34. JOSEPH5 ARSENAULT (MARGUERITE4 POIRIER, MICHEL3, MARIE2 BOUDREAU,
MICHEL1) was born 1741 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada. He married MARIE
HACHÉ-GALLANT 1765 in Prince Edward Island, Canada, daughter of JACQUES
HACHÉ-GALLANT and MARIE-JOSÈPHE BOUDREAU. She was born 1747 in Port Lajoye,
Prince Edward Island, and died 13 May 1813 in Bathurst, Gloucester , New
Brunswick.

Notes for JOSEPH ARSENAULT:

Prisonnier en 1762 à Halifax; au rec. 12 August 1763 à Halifax, seul.



More About JOSEPH ARSENAULT and MARIE HACHÉ-GALLANT:

Marriage: 1765, Prince Edward Island, Canada


Children of JOSEPH ARSENAULT and MARIE HACHÉ-GALLANT are:

i. SIMOM6 ARSENAULT, b. 1766; m. GERTRUDE MELANSON, Abt. 1788; b. 1768.

More About SIMOM ARSENAULT and GERTRUDE MELANSON:

Marriage: Abt. 1788

ii. MARIE ARSENAULT, b. 1768; d. 23 Jul 1845, Bathurst, Gloucester , New
Brunswick; m. CHARLES DOUCET, 03 May 1786; b. 1765.

More About CHARLES DOUCET and MARIE ARSENAULT:

Marriage: 03 May 1786

iii. JOSEPH ARSENAULT, b. 1770, Petit-Rocher, Gloucester, New Brunswick; d.
25 Jul 1851, Petit-Rocher, Gloucester, New Brunswick; m. MARIE-ANNE GODIN,
25 Jun 1792, Caraquet, New Brunswick; b. 1770; d. 26 Nov 1851, Petit-Rocher,
Gloucester, New Brunswick.

More About JOSEPH ARSENAULT:

Residence: 1828, Petit-Rocher

More About JOSEPH ARSENAULT and MARIE-ANNE GODIN:

Marriage: 25 Jun 1792, Caraquet, New Brunswick



35. MARIE-JEANNE5 HACHÉ-GALLANT (MARIE-JOSÈPHE4 BOUDREAU, FRANÇOIS3,
ABRAHAM2, MICHEL1) was born 14 Jul 1738 in Port Lajoye, Île-St-Jean, Acadie,
and died 15 Feb 1825 in Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick. She married
JOSEPH BOUDREAU 07 Jan 1761 in Restigouche, Bonaventure, Québec, son of
ANSELME BOUDREAU and MARGUERITE GAUDET. He was born 1738 in Beaubassin,
Acadie, Canada, and died 08 Dec 1797 in Bathurst, Gloucester , New
Brunswick.

More About JOSEPH BOUDREAU and MARIE-JEANNE HACHÉ-GALLANT:

Marriage: 07 Jan 1761, Restigouche, Bonaventure, Québec


Child is listed above under (26) JOSEPH BOUDREAU.

36. MARIE5 HACHÉ-GALLANT (MARIE-JOSÈPHE4 BOUDREAU, FRANÇOIS3, ABRAHAM2,
MICHEL1) was born 1747 in Port Lajoye, Prince Edward Island, and died 13 May
1813 in Bathurst, Gloucester , New Brunswick. She married JOSEPH ARSENAULT
1765 in Prince Edward Island, Canada, son of CHARLES ARSENAULT and
MARGUERITE POIRIER. He was born 1741 in Beaubassin, Acadie, Canada.

Notes for JOSEPH ARSENAULT:

Prisonnier en 1762 à Halifax; au rec. 12 August 1763 à Halifax, seul.



More About JOSEPH ARSENAULT and MARIE HACHÉ-GALLANT:

Marriage: 1765, Prince Edward Island, Canada


Children are listed above under (34) JOSEPH ARSENAULT.

37. MARGUERITE5 BOUDREAU (JOSEPH4, ANSELME3, MICHEL2, MICHEL1) was born 1770
in St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, NB. She married MICHEL PITRE
03 Jun 1789 in St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, NB, son of MICHEL
PITRE and MARIE-JOSÈPHE ORILLON. He was born 20 Jun 1763 in Nicolet, Quebec,
Canada, and died 29 Jan 1817 in Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick, Canada.

Notes for MICHEL PITRE:

Michel Pitre

This Michel Pitre, son of Michel & Marie Josephe Orillon, was born on 20th
of June 1763 in Nicolet, Québec. He later moved with his mother and father
to Nipisiguit (now Bathurst, N.B) where he settled with his family and also
became a farmer. Michel Pitre married Marguerite Boudreau on June 3, 1789 in
Caraquet, New Brunswick.

PITRE, Michel (Marriage) Wife: Marguerite Boudreau

Marriage Date: 3 Jun 1789, Recorded in: Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet,
Gloucester, New Brunswick

Husband's Father: Michel PITRE, Husband's Mother: Marie CHAMPAGNE

Wife's Father: Joseph Boudreau, Wife's Mother: Anne ACHE

[Source: FHL Number 859880 Dates: 1768-1853]

The Acadian house around 1790 was a wood-framed structure on a basalt
fieldstone foundation. A massive hearth, oven and chimney stood at one end
of a single room. The walls were partly infilled with clay and the roof was
made of birch shingles. The lot plan from Avenue St-Pierre in West Bathurst
shows where our ancestor Michel Pitre and his family were living in 1807.

Michel Pitre, husband of Marguerite Boudreau passed away in Nipisiguit on
January 29, 1817.

The following children were born of Michel Pitre and Marguerite Boudreau:

1. Marie Pitre born around May 25, 1790, married Pierre Roi of Joseph &
Madeleine Daigle on Feb. 12, 1811 in Bathurst

2. Angélique Pitre born around 1793 married Michel Lavigne of Jean &
Elizabeth Beaudry on Nov. 15, 1813 in Bathurst.

3. Esther Pitre born November 3, 1794 married 1- Michel Daigle (Widower of
second marriage to Mathilde Landry) on April 29, 1822 2- Michel Bazilie
Sept. 29, 1838.

4. Angè Pitre born Sept. 10, 1795 died in 1800 and was buried Sept. 16, 1800

5. Pierre Pitre born April 13, 1799, in Bathurst married Marie Marguerite
Haché Gallant daughter of Sylvain & Anastasie Lavigne on Oct. 10, 1819

6. Marguerite Pitre born February 14, 1801 married Joseph Haché son of
Michel & Marie Godin on June 14, 1819 in Bathurst

7. Michel Pitre born January 1, 1803 married Luce Haché on Aug. 21, 1825 in
Bathurst

8. Angel Pitre born August 20, 1804 married Michel Daigle (widower of Marie
Blanche Landry) on January 18, 1825 in Ste-Famille-de Bathurst Parish.

9. Marie Rebecca Pitre born March 3, 1807 in Bathurst, married Tranquille
Doucet on May 9, 1826 in Petit-Rocher.

**









More About MICHEL PITRE and MARGUERITE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: 03 Jun 1789, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, NB


Children of MARGUERITE BOUDREAU and MICHEL PITRE are:

i. JULIE6 PITRE, b. 09 Nov 1790, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester,
NB.

ii. ESTHER PITRE, b. 03 Nov 1794, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester,
NB.

Notes for ESTHER PITRE:

PITRE, Esther Christening

Sex: Female

Birth Date: 03 Nov 1794

Christening Date: 05 Jun 1795 Recorded in: St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet,
Gloucester, New Brunswick

Father: Michel PITRE

Mother: Marguerite BOUDRAUT

Source: FHL Number 859880 Dates: 1768-1852

iii. MARIE ANGEL PITRE, b. 09 Oct 1795, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet,
Gloucester, NB.

Notes for MARIE ANGEL PITRE:

PITRE, Marie Angel Christening

Sex: Female

Birth Date: 09 Oct 1795

Christening Date: 21 Feb 1796 Recorded in: St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet,
Gloucester, New Brunswick

Father: Michel PITRE

Mother: Marguerite BOUDREAU

Source: FHL Number 859880 Dates: 1768-1852

iv. MARGUERITE PITRE, b. 1797, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester,
NB; m. JOSEPH M. HACHÉ-GALLANT, 14 Jun 1819, Bathurst, Gloucester, New
Brunswick, Canada.; b. 29 Apr 1796.

More About JOSEPH HACHÉ-GALLANT and MARGUERITE PITRE:

Marriage: 14 Jun 1819, Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick, Canada.

v. PIERRE PITRE, b. 13 Apr 1799, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester,
NB; m. MARGUERITE GALLANT, 26 Oct 1819, Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick,
Canada.; b. 11 Sep 1799, Bathurst, Gloucester , New Brunswick.

More About PIERRE PITRE and MARGUERITE GALLANT:

Marriage: 26 Oct 1819, Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick, Canada.

vi. ISABELLE PITRE, b. 1801, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, NB;
m. PIERRE DOUCET, 21 Aug 1820, Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester,
N.B.; b. 1790.

More About PIERRE DOUCET and ISABELLE PITRE:

Marriage: 21 Aug 1820, Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, N.B.

vii. MICHEL PITRE, b. 01 Jan 1803, Nipisiquit, Gloucester , New Brunswick,
Canada; d. Beresford, Gloucester, New Brunswick, Canada; m. LUCE
HACHÉ-GALLANT, 21 Aug 1825, Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick, Canada.; b.
12 Sep 1806, Nipisiquit, Gloucester , New Brunswick.

Notes for MICHEL PITRE:

Household Record 1881 Canadian Census

Name Marital Status Gender Ethnic Origin Age Birthplace Occupation Religion

Michel PITRE M Male French 75 New Brunswick Cultivateur Catholique

Luce PITRE M Female French 74 New Brunswick Catholique

Marguerite PITRE Female French 52 New Brunswick Catholique

Marcel PITRE M Male French 24 New Brunswick Cultivateur Catholique

Louise PITRE M Female French 26 New Brunswick Catholique

Marguerite PITRE Female French 6 New Brunswick Catholique

Marie A. PITRE Female French 4 New Brunswick Catholique

Source Information:

Census Place Beresford, Gloucester, New Brunswick

Family History Library Film 1375822, NA Film Number C-13186, District 36

Sub-district A, Division 2, Page Number 64, Household Number 234



More About MICHEL PITRE:

Baptism: 19 May 1803, Church of the Holy Family, Bathurst

More About MICHEL PITRE and LUCE HACHÉ-GALLANT:

Marriage: 21 Aug 1825, Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick, Canada.

Witnessed By: Louis Hachee & Laurent Arseneau

viii. REBECCA PITRE, b. 1808, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, NB;
m. TRANQUILLE DOUCET, 09 May 1826, St. Polycarpe, Petit Rocher, NB; b. 1805.

More About TRANQUILLE DOUCET and REBECCA PITRE:

Marriage: 09 May 1826, St. Polycarpe, Petit Rocher, NB

Witnessed By: Raphael Degrace & Michel Pitre



38. MICHEL5 PITRE (CÉCILE4 BOUDREAU, MICHEL3, CLAUDE2, MICHEL1) was born 02
Oct 1735 in Grand Pré, Acadie, Canada, and died Bef. 1808. He married
MARIE-JOSÈPHE CHAMPAGNE ORILLON 15 May 1759 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada,
daughter of CHARLES ORILLON and MARIE-ANNE RICHARD. She was born 15 Jun 1736
in Port Royal, Acadie, Canada, and died 28 Nov 1808 in Nicolet, Quebec,
Canada.

Notes for MICHEL PITRE:

Michel Pitre

Bona Arseneault, author of the History of the Acadians names our ancestors
Michel Pitre & Marie Josephe Orillion among the first acadian settlers of
Nipisiguit, now Bathurst, N.B.

Born in Grand-Pré, Acadie, Michel Pitre was the son of Jean-Baptiste and
Cécile Boudreau. A few years later, his family settled in Beaubassin. This
move probably saved their family from deportation. The proximity of
Beaubassin to the woods in New Brunswick allowed them to escape by reaching
that area.

Dykelands of Grand Pré

Michel's parents came to Québec by sea vessel with L'Abbé Le Guerne. The
Acadians who followed Le Guerne had to be hardy and have a little money.
Once in Québec City, they had to negotiate passage again this time to go up
the river to Nicolet.

He was 23 when he arrived as a refugee in Québec with his parents sometime
in the Spring of 1758. The following year, Michel Pitre married the Acadian
Marie Josephe Orillion in the Church of Notre-Dame-de-Québec on May 14. This
couple will settle in the Nicolet region of Québec where 13 children will be
born between 1760 and 1779.

Return from Exile

Athanase Boudreau was a close cousin of our ancestor Michel Pitre. That is
because Michel Pitre's Mother, Cécile Boudreau was the sister of Anthanase's
father, François Boudreau. As well, Michel's Father, Jean-Baptiste Pitre was
the brother of Athanase's Mother, Marguerite Pitre. Furthermore, a week
before, Michel Pitre's marriage to Marie Josephe Orillon, his cousin
Athanase Boudreau , had married Félicité Orillon (Marie Josephe's sister)
also in Québec City and this couple also settled in Nicolet.

Michel's close relationship with his cousin and brother-in-law Athanase
Boudreau could have been a decisive factor in his return to Nova Scotia.
(Nipisiguit being part of Nova Scotia at that time).

Athanase Boudreau was called upon for his expertise in building the dam for
the first flour mill in Nicolet. The first flour mill of Soroist in Baie
Ste-Antoine, Nicolet to which was later added an industrial complex, served
the community until the beginning of the 20th century.

(Hébert 205)

In 1780, cousin Athanase was accused of helping the passage of emissaries
from the American Congress. The following translates a letter sent to the
Governor by Sieur de Tonnencour.

Michel Pitre and his family would have made their way down the St-Jean River
and turned to the Baie des Chaleurs. Athanase Boudreau and his family also
headed in the same direction, settled in Grande Rivière, Gaspé and later in
Beresford, N.B. where Athanase became a successful miller.

Michel Pitre and his family settled in Nipisiguit (now Bathurst, N.B.) where
he became progenitor of most of the Pitre descendants in that area.

Nipisiguit, N.S. (now Bathurst, New Brunswick). Nipisiguit is situated in
the north-western region of New Brunswick. The coasts of the 'Baie des
Chaleurs' were already known by the French and the Acadians for a long time.
According to geographical surveys along that coast, there has been evidence
of European fishermen there as far back as 1506. The colonization of this
area only came later since neither the French nor the English showed
interest in this region until 1755. It would stand to reason that this area
was well-known to Acadians in Nova Scotia before deportation in 1755.
Because it was secluded from the military and political centres, many
Acadians who escaped deportation followed the coast or went through the
woods to seek refuge in what is now northern New Brunswick. Before the
'Great Upheaval', the French population of Acadie totaled approximately
12,000. When the war between France and England was finally over in 1763,
there were only about 4,500 Acadians left in their country. Under the Treaty
of Paris, France gave away their territory to England. By 1768, the Acadians
in exile were allowed to return without penalty if they swore allegiance to
the King of England and dispersed into small groups.



More About MICHEL PITRE:

Parish: 1735, Saint Charles des Mines, Grand Pre

More About MICHEL PITRE and MARIE-JOSÈPHE ORILLON:

Marriage: 15 May 1759, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada


Children of MICHEL PITRE and MARIE-JOSÈPHE ORILLON are:

i. FRANCOISE MARIE6 PITRE, b. 13 Feb 1760.

ii. MARIE JOSEPHE PITRE, b. 13 Feb 1760.

iii. MARIE PITRE, b. 24 Feb 1762; m. JEAN-BAPTISTE CHAMBERLAND, 29 May 1786,
Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, N.B.; b. 1750.

More About JEAN-BAPTISTE CHAMBERLAND and MARIE PITRE:

Marriage: 29 May 1786, Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, N.B.

iv. MICHEL PITRE, b. 20 Jun 1763, Nicolet, Quebec, Canada; d. 29 Jan 1817,
Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick, Canada; m. MARGUERITE BOUDREAU, 03 Jun
1789, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, NB; b. 1770, St
Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, NB.

Notes for MICHEL PITRE:

Michel Pitre

This Michel Pitre, son of Michel & Marie Josephe Orillon, was born on 20th
of June 1763 in Nicolet, Québec. He later moved with his mother and father
to Nipisiguit (now Bathurst, N.B) where he settled with his family and also
became a farmer. Michel Pitre married Marguerite Boudreau on June 3, 1789 in
Caraquet, New Brunswick.

PITRE, Michel (Marriage) Wife: Marguerite Boudreau

Marriage Date: 3 Jun 1789, Recorded in: Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet,
Gloucester, New Brunswick

Husband's Father: Michel PITRE, Husband's Mother: Marie CHAMPAGNE

Wife's Father: Joseph Boudreau, Wife's Mother: Anne ACHE

[Source: FHL Number 859880 Dates: 1768-1853]

The Acadian house around 1790 was a wood-framed structure on a basalt
fieldstone foundation. A massive hearth, oven and chimney stood at one end
of a single room. The walls were partly infilled with clay and the roof was
made of birch shingles. The lot plan from Avenue St-Pierre in West Bathurst
shows where our ancestor Michel Pitre and his family were living in 1807.

Michel Pitre, husband of Marguerite Boudreau passed away in Nipisiguit on
January 29, 1817.

The following children were born of Michel Pitre and Marguerite Boudreau:

1. Marie Pitre born around May 25, 1790, married Pierre Roi of Joseph &
Madeleine Daigle on Feb. 12, 1811 in Bathurst

2. Angélique Pitre born around 1793 married Michel Lavigne of Jean &
Elizabeth Beaudry on Nov. 15, 1813 in Bathurst.

3. Esther Pitre born November 3, 1794 married 1- Michel Daigle (Widower of
second marriage to Mathilde Landry) on April 29, 1822 2- Michel Bazilie
Sept. 29, 1838.

4. Angè Pitre born Sept. 10, 1795 died in 1800 and was buried Sept. 16, 1800

5. Pierre Pitre born April 13, 1799, in Bathurst married Marie Marguerite
Haché Gallant daughter of Sylvain & Anastasie Lavigne on Oct. 10, 1819

6. Marguerite Pitre born February 14, 1801 married Joseph Haché son of
Michel & Marie Godin on June 14, 1819 in Bathurst

7. Michel Pitre born January 1, 1803 married Luce Haché on Aug. 21, 1825 in
Bathurst

8. Angel Pitre born August 20, 1804 married Michel Daigle (widower of Marie
Blanche Landry) on January 18, 1825 in Ste-Famille-de Bathurst Parish.

9. Marie Rebecca Pitre born March 3, 1807 in Bathurst, married Tranquille
Doucet on May 9, 1826 in Petit-Rocher.

**









More About MICHEL PITRE and MARGUERITE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: 03 Jun 1789, St Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, NB

v. JOSEPH PITRE, b. 12 Feb 1765.

vi. JOSEPH PITRE, b. 10 Apr 1767.

vii. MARIE MARGUERITE PITRE, b. 19 Mar 1769; m. JEAN-JOSEPH BERTIN, 03 May
1790, Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, N.B.; b. 1760.

More About JEAN-JOSEPH BERTIN and MARIE PITRE:

Marriage: 03 May 1790, Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, N.B.

viii. PIERRE PITRE, b. 18 Aug 1771.

ix. CHARLES PITRE, b. 27 Nov 1772; m. MARIE CELESTE COMEAU, 04 Apr 1796,
Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, N.B.; b. 1774.

More About CHARLES PITRE and MARIE COMEAU:

Marriage: 04 Apr 1796, Saint Pierre-Aux-Liens, Caraquet, Gloucester, N.B.

x. JEAN BAPTISTE PITRE, b. 01 Jan 1775; d. 06 Jun 1842, Bathurst, NB,
Canada; m. MARIE HACHÉ-GALLANT, 1795; b. 1777.

More About JEAN PITRE and MARIE HACHÉ-GALLANT:

Marriage: 1795

xi. ALEXIS PITRE, b. 01 Jun 1776; m. ANNE HEBERT, Abt. 1805; b. 1780.

More About ALEXIS PITRE and ANNE HEBERT:

Marriage: Abt. 1805

xii. CECILE PITRE, b. 05 May 1778.

xiii. CECILE PITRE, b. 28 May 1779.



39. ATHANASE5 BOUDREAU (FRANÇOIS4, MICHEL3, CLAUDE2, MICHEL1) was born 1736
in Grand-Pré, Acadie, Canada, and died 1830 in Petit-Rocher, Gloucester, New
Brunswick. He married FÉLICITE ORILLON 07 May 1759 in Notre-Dame de Québec,
daughter of JOSEPH ORILLON and MARGUERITE DUGAS. She was born 1745 in Port
Royal, Acadie, Canada, and died 01 Sep 1813 in Bathurst, Gloucester, New
Brunswick.

More About ATHANASE BOUDREAU and FÉLICITE ORILLON:

Marriage: 07 May 1759, Notre-Dame de Québec


Children of ATHANASE BOUDREAU and FÉLICITE ORILLON are:

i. ISABELLE6 BOUDREAU, b. 1780; m. RAYMOND DOUCET, 15 Oct 1800, Bathurst,
Gloucester, New Brunswick; b. 25 Jan 1780, Carleton, Bonaventure, Québec.

More About RAYMOND DOUCET and ISABELLE BOUDREAU:

Marriage: 15 Oct 1800, Bathurst, Gloucester, New Brunswick

ii. THOMAS BOUDREAU, b. 1760.

iii. CÉCILE BOUDREAU, b. 21 Oct 1761.

iv. JEAN-BAPTISTE BOUDREAU, b. 1762; d. 21 Sep 1766.

v. MARGUERITE BOUDREAU, b. Abt. 1763.

vi. JOSEPH-ATHANASE BOUDREAU, b. 26 Mar 1765.

vii. ÉLISABETH BOUDREAU, b. 28 Apr 1767; d. 22 Nov 1835, Bathurst,
Gloucester, New Brunswick.

viii. MADELEINE BOUDREAU, b. 23 Oct 1768.

ix. FRANÇOIS BOUDREAU, b. 1771.

x. FRANÇOIS-ATHANASE BOUDREAU, b. 1785; d. 24 Oct 1835, Petit-Rocher,
Gloucester, New Brunswick.

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Woburn, MA



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