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Belle-Île-en-mer, France


Around 1763, the Island of Belle-Ile welcomed 78 families fleeing the Acadian Deportation of 1755
Many of their descendants still populate this island, off the coast of Bretagne

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Acadians in Belle-Ile-en-Mer, France

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1763 Acadians seeking shelter in Belle-Ile-en-Mer, France

FAMILIES of Thibodeau, Comeau, Hebert, Leblanc, Landry,
Daigre, Melanson, Duon, Granger, Babin, Richard, Gallene

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The list of the Acadians in Belle-Ile-en-Mer in 1763 was compiled by
MR RENE DALIGAUT
the Director for the History Association of Belle-Ile-en-Mer,
and
MR BONA ARSENAULT
who incorporated this list of the Acadian in Belle-ile-en-mer in his book
Histoire et Genealogie des Acadiens, Tome 6

Belle-Ile-en-Mer, is a large island off the coast of Brittany, in France,
which was the personal property of
LOUIS XV

...then, in 1766, it was divided between the inhabitants,
which included 78 Acadian families.

Of these, 55 Acadian families were from the group refused by
Virginia in 1755 and who were imprisonned in Falmouth and Liverpool prisons between 1756 and 1763 and then had gone to Morlaix.

Another 22 Acadian families had spent the same years in
the Southhampton prison, before going to St-Malo

Belle-Ile-en-Mer was divided in 4 Parishes:
who became Communes in 1789, when the French Revolution started
Palais
Locmaria
Bangor
Sauzon

This list also includes the French who married some of the Acadians.

Some individuals later left Belle-Ile, going to Lorient, Auray, Vannes,
Quimper, Concarneau, and other places in France,
then, after 1785, when permission was given, some went back to Louisiana,
where they hoped to find back friends and family.
Other individuals and families also remained in Belle-Ile-en-Mer
or were given land in the Poitou.

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ALIQUIN

Pierre-Marie ALIQUIN, widower of a Danielo,
married in Sauzon in 1826,
Marie-Josephe (Le Gloabec) GRANGER,
daughter of Jean-Joseph Granger (from Palais)
and Marie-Vincente Le Gloahec, widow of Francois THOMAS.

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ARCHAMBAUX
Jean-Baptiste Archambaux
married Charlotte Moge, born in 1771.
A clandestine marriage during the Revolution, authentified by the Notary D'Ambon Muzillac, in Morbihan.
Their son, Jean-Francois (Moge) ARCHAMBAUX,
born in Bangor, in 1796, who was a sailor,
married Julienne Rohan in 1819 and
their daughter, Constance (Rohan) ARCHAMBAUD, born in 1823,
married Mathurin Jouan

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ARDOIN

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ARNICHAUD
Jean-Baptiste-Laurent (Doumergue) ARNICHAUD,
was originally from Montpellier in the Languedoc.
It was the beginning of the French Revolution and
he was married three times, 1788, 1789, 1792.
He had a child (Jeanne Francoise-Marie-Anne (Babin) ARNICHAUD,
born in 1790) from his second wife, Anne-Francoise (Carriere) BABIN,
to whom he was married in October 1789.
Anne-Francoise was the daughter of Laurent (Dupuis) Babin and Marie-Francoise (LeGoff) Carriere

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ARCENEAUX

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ARSENAULT
Jean (Breau) ARSENAULT, 1729, son of Charles Arsenault and Cecile Breau,
of Ile St-Jean(P.E.I.) married in Port Lajoie in November 1750
Madeleine (Beliveau) BOUDROT, daughter of Claude Boudrot and
Judith Beliveau, of Port Toulouse, Ile Royale.
Children:
Andre (Boudrot) Arsenault, 1751,
Jean (Boudrot) Arsenault 1752,
Basile (Boudrot) Arsenault 1754,
Louis (Boudrot) Arsenault 1760,
Marie (Boudrot) Arsenault 1764.
His wife Madeleine died in 1764 at Cumberland where he was held prisonner.
Jean was at Belle-Ile-en-Mer in 1767, with his two sons Jean and Basile,
while his daughter Marie Boudrot Arsenault was in Miquelon,
with his Mother-in-law, Judith Beliveau, widow Claude Boudrot.
He drowned in September 1768 in a shipwreck.
His daughter Marie came to Belle-Ile-en-Mer in 1785 where she married Paul Trahan.

Basile (Boudrot) ARSENAULT, 1754, was married at La Rochelle in April 1780 to Anne (Hebert) Bourgeois, daughter of Joseph Bourgeois and Marguerite Hebert of Miquelon.
Anne re-married in 1785 Maxime Gaspard, from Venise.

Michel ARSENEAU, a sailor claiming land in the Poitou, during the Belle-Ile 1773 Census, is said to be of LORIENT. (No other info)

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AUCOIN
There are three Aucoin: Alexandre, Hyacinthe and Armand.

Alexandre (Bourg) Aucoin, 1725,
son of Alexis Aucoin and Anne-Marie Bourg, of Cobequid,
married twice: in 1750 Marie Daigle Trahan,
daughter of Pierre Trahan and Jean Daigle, then, second, to Elisabeth Vincent Duon
(daughter of Jean-Baptiste Duon and Madeleine Vincent.)
One child Marie «Traha»n Aucoin, born in 1754, from first marriage
and 7 children from second marriage in 1759 in Liverpool:
Anne-Marie «Duon» Aucoin, born in Liverpool in 1761,
Genevieve-Nicole «Duon» Aucoin 1765 in Ploujean,
Marier-Madeleine «Duon» Aucoin 1768 in Calastran,
Marie-Felicite «Duon» Aucoin 1770,
Elisabeth-Josephe «Duon» Aucoin 1772,
Anne-Augustine «Duon» Aucoin 1775,
Marie-Reine «Duon» Aucoin 1778.
Alexandre died around 1782 and his wife,
Elisabeth «Vincent» Duon Aucoin left on the ship "L'Amitie" in 1785, with all her kids, for Louisiana.

Hyacinthe Aucoin 1742, brother to above Alexandre,
was in Belle-Ile-en-Mer with his wife in 1767

Armand AUCOIN, was a Drummer in the Lorient Battalion in 1773
and married to Francoise CANIVET (b.1738)

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AUDE
A sailor, Jean-Francois (Lauzier) AUDE b.1769. son of Jean-Louis and Micheline Lauzier married in Palais (1804) Marie-Charlotte Leblanc 1780, daughter of Anselme and Marie Josephe Houin.

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BABIN

CLAUDE RICHARD BABIN,1698,
son of Charles and Madeleine Richard from Grand-Pre
married in 1718 Marguerite Landry Dupuis,
daughter of Martin Dupuis and Marie Landry
He was dead in 1767 and his widow Marguerite Landry Dupuis Babin,
was in Belle-Ile-en-Mer with four of her children:
Joseph Dupuis Babin 1735,
Anne-Marie Dupuis Babin 1737, Laurent Dupuis Babin 1740
Jean-Charles Dupuis Babin 1742.
She had other children in Quebec, Carolina and in Louisiana.
she remained with her single son, Jean-Charles.

JOSEPH (Dupuis) BABIN, 1735,
son of Claude BABIN and MARGUERITE DUPUIS of Grand Pre,
married in Southampton on November 9 1756 Marinne (Landry) LeBlanc, daughter of Jean LeBlanc and Anne Landry
Their eight children:
Joseph Nicaise «LeBlanc» Babin 1757,
Bonaventure «LeBlanc» Babin 1759,
Marie-Theotiste «LeBlanc» Babin 1761,
Marie-Victoire «LeBlanc» Babin 1763,
Fracois-Laurent «LeBlanc» Babin 1766,
Pierre-Moise «LeBlanc» Babin 1768,
Anne-Marguerite «LeBlanc» Babin 1770,
Mathurin-Louis «LeBlanc» Babin 1773
Joseph sold his concession to Sieur Raveneau in June 1776.
ANNE-MARIE «RICHARD» BABIN, 1737,
sister to above Claude and Joseph,
married in 1756 in Southampton Alain LeBlanc,
born in Mines in 1731,
probably a double wedding with her brother Joseph
marrying her husband's sister, Marinne.
LAURENT (Dupuis) BABIN, 1740, brother to the 3 above, married rwice:
in Palais on February 18 1766 to Marie-Francoise (LeGoff) Carriere,
daughter to Martin Carriere and Jeanne-Martiale LeGoff, from Palais
Laurent's second marriage, in 1797 to Marie-Louise Lyot,
lasted only one year before he divorced her in 1798.
Laurent (Dupuis) Babin died, still in Palais in 1807.
Children from his first marriage:
Jeanne-Francoise (Carriere) Babin 1766,
Laurent-Alexandre (Carriere) Babin 1768,
Victoire-Rosalie (Carriere) Babin 1769,
Marie-Anne (Carriere) Babin 1770
(who became dame Pierre-Michel Sauvario, chirurgien-major;
he was born in Gand, Belgium, in 1746),
Anne-Françoise (Carriere) Babin 1772
(dame Jean-Baptiste-Laurent (Doumergue) Arnichaud, of the Chasseurs Bretons, son of Jean Arnichaud and Marguerite-Francoise Doumergue, and their daughter was Jeanne Francoise Marie Anne (Babin) Arnichaud, born in 1790)
Jean-Baptiste Auguste (Carriere) Babin 1773
At the onset of the French Revolution, which was quiet in Belle-Ile considering what was happening in most of France, Laurent (Dupuis) Babin was elected assistant municipal officer by the villagers in 1792. He died in 1807.

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BAJOLET

NICOLAS JOSEPH BAJOLET 1746, born in Nancy
married Marie Boudrot Hache-Gallant born in 1750,
daughter of Jacques-Rene Lavergne Hache-Gallant
and Anne Beliveau Boudrot of Ile St-Jean.
Their children were:
Pierre Nicolas Gallant Bajolet 1781,
Anne-Genevieve Gallant Bajolet 1784,
Joseph-Michel Gallant Bajolet 1786,
Francois-Joseph Gallant Bajolet 1789,
Clement-Laurent Gallant Bajolet 1790
Nicolas-Joseph Bajolet was secretary to Mr le Comte de Behague,
who was Governor of Belle-Ile-en-Mer in 1780 and later on
became Member of the Municipal Council (1793-96) in Palais
in the aftermath of the Revolution

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BAMDE

There are four BAMDE with no known parents:
Jean-Louis (b.1804), soldier, married in 1829 to Helene (Illaquer) RICHARD
Mathurin(b 1795) married in Bangor to Marie-Josephe (Illaquer) Richard, sister of Helene
Pierre-Marie (b.1798) married to Marie-Anne (Droual) MAUGER
Pierre-Marie(1842) m. 1842 in Palais Marie-Modeste (Baumer) GALLEN

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BARRA

Unknown first name, BARRA, Soldier from DORDOGNE, married in 1815 in PALAIS Marie-Marthe (Leblanc) RICHARD.

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BAUDUIN

Bauduin, a natural son of FrancoisBenjamin BAUDUIN and Marquerite LOREAL. In 1833, he married Marie-Elisabeth (Richard/) CAUSIQUE b.1812, then disappeared

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BAUMER

There are five Baumer, tied with the MAUGER family.

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BEDEX

There are ten Bedex, from 1771 to 1845.

FRANCOIS-MARIE LEFLOCH BEDEX, 1771,
son of Gerand Bedex and Catherine LeFloch of Palais,
married in 1801 Marie-Elizabeth Thibodeau Granger, born in Bangor in 1778,
daughter of Pierre Granger and Marie Thibodeau, of Bangor.
Their seven children:
Vincent Granger Bedex 1803,
Delphine-Marie Granger Bedex 1805,
Louis-Joseph-Francois Granger Bedex 1807,
Jean-Marie Granger Bedex 1809,
Marie-Helene Granger Bedex 1811,
Toussaint Granger Bedex 1815,
Francois Granger Bedex 1817

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BEGOT

Julien-Pierre BEGOT, born in Nantes, married in Palais in 1815 Perrine (Trahan) CAILLAUD, Grand-daughter of JOACHIM TRAHAN and his first wife.
A legitimate daughter is born in April 1813.

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BERTAUD

Francois (Kimine) BERTHO, b. 1758, married Marie-JosephE (Renaud) POIRIER IN 1781. Her family was from BEAUBASSIN and ILE-sT-JEAN. she died in PALAIS in 1789.

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BILLERAY

There are five Billeray,
the most important is Claude-Joseph (Godard) BILLERAY b.1730 who married in 1752 Brigitte (Bellemere) FOREST, then Marie THOMAS. There were six children from first marriage and three from the second. He died in 1779.


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BONNIER

Veuve Pierre Bonnier, nee Madeleine Forest orig. from Ile-St-Jean, lives with her daughter, Rosalie wife of Pierre DELINE, until her death in 1769.

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BONNIERE

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BOUDROT

There are eight Boudrot from 1729 to 1804.

The oldest is Felix (Doiron) BOUDROT b. 1729 married in 1748 to Marie-Josephe (Bourgeois) LEBLANC

Another Felix (Comeau) BOUDROT, b.1742 married Anne-Gertrude (Landry) TERRIOT in 1764 and they had Simon-Bruno (1765) and Genevieve (1767) and were living in Morbihan in 1773


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BOUE

Jean BOUE, b. 1819, ex-gendarme, m.1838 Euphrosine-Eugenie Landry TRIVELIN

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BOURON

Bouron, b.c.1750 marries Genevieve (Boudrot) HACHE. TWO DAUGHTERS:
JEANNE MARIE (Hache) BOURON (1786)
MARIE-Josephe (Hache) BOURON (1787)

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BRUGNON

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CAILLAVET

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CAILLEBEAU

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CARIC

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CARIO

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CARO

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CAUDAL
ANTOINE-JEROME LOREAL CAUDAL 1783,
son of Vincent Caudal and Marie Josephe Loreal,
widower of a LeRoy,
was married in 1814 to Marguerite Landry Trahan, born in 1767 in Bangor,
daughter of Rene Trahan and Madeleine Landry.

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CAUSIC

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CHOLET

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CLAVEY

Four Clavey from 1754 to 1823

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CODAL (see Caudal)

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COLLET

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COLLIN

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CONAN

Three Conan: Jean-Marie (1783), Pierre Vincent(1810) & Clement.

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COURDOAN


COURTIN

LOUIS (Pellereau) COURTIN, b. 1730, surgeon. He marries his wife in Irlande, she is from Port-Royal, Marie-Josephe (Girouard) MARTIN in 1761. Nine children are born before his death in 1780. His widow goes to Louisiana with the children Francoise, Mathurine-Olive, Jacques-Marie, Jeanne-Charlotte-Louise, in 1785 on the BEAUMONT.

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CARRE

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CARRET

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COSSET

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DAIGLE
see below, Olivier and Simon-Pierre Granger DAIGRE who had been deported to Falmouth, where their Father died, and then had taken refuge in Belle-ile-en-mer, changed their name to DAIGLE when they went to live to Louisiana in 1785.

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DAIGRE

There are 15 DAIGRE families, all large, here are a few.

Widow OLIVIER BLANCHARD DAIGRE, Francoise Granger, from Grand Pre.
OLIVIER BLANCHARD DAIGRE, born in 1703, son of OLIVIER DAIGRE and JEANNE BLANCHARD of Port Royal, was deported to Falmouth in England, with all his family, where he died on December 8, 1756.
Francoise was in Belle-ile-en-mer in 1767, with her sons:
Honore (Granger) DAIGRE,
Olivier (Granger) DAIGRE,
Simon-Pierre (Granger) DAIGRE,
Jean-Charles (Granger) DAIGRE
Paul (Granger) DAIGRE.

Honore, the first son of OLIVIER, born in 1726, was married three times: first on March 15 1748 to FRANCOISE-OSITE (Dugas) DUPUIS, daughter of Antoine Dupuis and Marie-Josephe Dugas, and they had 2 sons,
Pierre (Dupuis) DAIGRE in 1749 and
Jean-Baptiste (Dupuis) DAIGRE in 1755, then Honore married again, twice while in Falmouth where the family stayed over six years, in 1757 to his second wife Marguerite Melanson Landry, daughter of Antoine Landry and Marie Melanson, and they had one son who died at 20 yrs old in Palais:
JOSEPH-FIRMIN-CLEMENT LANDRY DAIGRE (1759-1779), who was 2 or 3 yrs old when his Father re-married to his third and last wife, still in Falmouth, ELISABETH HEBERT TRAHAN, daughter of Jean Trahan and Marie Hebert; Elisabeth was the widow of Charles Terriot of Grand-Pre, and she had three children with Honore:
Jean-Francois Trahan Daigre 1763 in Morlaix,
Joseph Michel Trahan Daigre 1766 in Palais who married in 1790 Marie-Elisabeth Landry Duon (5 children) and then in 1803, Jeanne-Francoise Thomas (5 children),
and the last child of Honore and Elisabeth was Marie-Catherine Trahan Daigre 1769.
In 1779, when she died in Belle-ile-en-mer, Francoise Granger Daigre, was Grand-Mother to 38 children born to her five sons, all married and living close-by, except for Paul's family who was in Port-Louis, working in the "Fermes du Roy". Paul Granger Daigre sold his Belle-ile-en-mer land concession in 1785 to his brother Honore but remained in France and had many descendants who were living mostly in Bordeaux.
HONORE GRANGER DAIGRE died in Palais in 1803 and his wife ELISABETH HEBERT TRAHAN TERRIOT DAIGRE died the year after in 1804.

OLIVIER (Granger) DAIGRE married twice, and in 1785 sold his lands to his brother Honore, after having become the widower of MARIE-BLANCHE (Thibodeau) LEBLANC DAIGRE in 1784, the Mother of his children:
Victor (Leblanc) DAIGRE 1761,
Francois Leblanc Daigre 1765,
Simon-Francois (Leblanc) DAIGRE 1767,
Jean-Baptiste Leblanc Daigre 1770,
Genevieve (Leblanc) DAIGRE 1773,
Pelagie Leblanc Daigre 1775,
Victoire-Eulalie (Leblanc) DAIGRE 1779,
and the twins Marguerite and Honore (Leblanc) DAIGRE 1781
In 1785, Oliver Granger Daigre he left France on the Beaumont went to Louisiana with his eight surviving children and his brother Simon-Pierre's family.
In 1833 Oliver's decendants would get one-fifth of the estate of their maternal grand-father, CHARLES LEBLANC.
SIMON-PIERRE GRANGER DAIGRE was married twice, once in 1758 in Falmouth to Marie-Madeleine Landry Terriot, daughter of Jean Terriot and Marie Landry, and they had eight children:
Marguerite Terriot Daigre 1759,
Anne-Genevieve Terriot Daigre 1761,
Edouard Terriot Daigre 1764,
Simon-Pierre Terriot Daigre 1766,
Jean-Pierre Terriot Daigre 1768,
Elisabeth Terriot Daigre 1772,
Madeleine Terriot Daigre 1774,
Joseph-Michel Terriot Daigre 1776, and the second time in 1780 to Anne Michel.

SIMON PIERRE (Granger) DAIGRE and ANNE MICHEL DAIGRE went back to Louisiana with all his children, except Jean-Pierre, changing the spelling of their surname to DAIGLE, on the Beaumont in 1785 with his brother Oliver and his Family, who also changed the spelling of their surname to DAIGLE in LOUISIANA.

JEAN-CHARLES (Granger) DAIGRE (1740)
married once, to Marie-Josephe Landry Terriot,
and they had five children:
Charles-Auguste-Benoit Terriot Daigre 1761,
Mathurin Terriot Daigre 1763,
Constance Terriot Daigre 1766,
Marie-Jeanne Terriot Daigre 1768,
Pierre-Joseph Terriot Daigre 1775.
In 1776, he sold his land to his brother; he probably left for Louisiana or in 1785.

PAUL (Granger) DAIGRE, b 1742, chose to stay in France, though he moved a lot. His descendance is greater around Bordeaux. He married in September 1764 Agathe (Trahan) LEBLANC.
EIGHT CHILDREN of Paul an Agathe
Jeanne (LeBlanc) DAIGRE (1765)
Anne-Appoline (LeBlanc) DAIGRE (1768)
Augustin (LeBlanc) DAIGRE (1770)
Louise (LeBlanc) DAIGRE (1773)
Louis-Joseph (LeBlanc) DAIGRE (1776)
Agathe (LeBlanc) DAIGRE (1783)
Angelique-Francoise (LeBlanc) DAIGRE (1785)
Francois-Marie-Augustin (LeBlanc) DAIGRE (1787)
Until the French Revolution he worked on "Les Fermes du Roy" , the King's farms.

Miniac (Doiron) DAIGRE, b.1742, married twice:
first in Palais Marie (LeBlaNc) MELANSON (from GRAND PRE), and nine years later, he re-married a French girl, Marie Le Couriault from Quiberon.
He had three children with the first wife, and four in the second.
His descendants are still in Belle-Ile and France but also in the USA because his son Paul-Olivier (Melanson) DAIGRE, b. 1767, left for Louisiana on the Beaumont in 1785 and settled in Saint-Gabriel and Iberville.

Joseph (LeBlanc) DAIGRE, b. 1752, stayed with a cousin, Jean (Landry) LEBLANC.

JOSEPH-HONORE (Fechant) DAIGRE, b.1786, married ISABELLE GALLEN in 1812 and they had a daughter Marie-Josephe in 1815

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DAVAUX

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DEVEAU

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DELINE

Pierre (Petit) DELINE, b. 1721,
married Rosalie (Forest) BONNIER, b.1739, widow of Jean Rivet.
They had five children before his death in 1771.

Children:
Adelaide (Bonnier) DELINE
Madeleine (Bonnier) DELINE
Pierre-Benoit (Bonnier) DELINE (1766)
Augustine (Bonnier) DELINE
Marguerite (Bonnier) DELINE (1770)
His widow married Guillaume-Martin PIERS

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DEVEAT

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DEVEHAT

JOSEPH (Ivelin) DEVEHAT, 1772, son of Mathurin Devehat and Perrine Ivelin of Kerourde, married in 1795 in Bangor to Perrine (LeBlanc) RICHARD, daughter of Joseph-Ignace RICHARD and Marguerite LeBlanc.
Three children born in Palais:
Jean-Nicolas (Richard) DEVEHAT 1800,
Joseph-Marie-Adelcon (Richard) DEVEHAT 1806,
Marie-Perrine (Richard) DEVEHAT 1808
In 1832, when Joseph-Adelcon was married to Marie-Francoise Baud-Retureau, it was reported that his Father had been gone for the last twelve years, without any news.

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DOIRON

Two brothers had large families, both sons of Louis DOIRON and Marguerite BARILLOT: ALEXIS (1723) & JEAN (1730)

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DOUARON

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DOUCET

Pierre (Terriot) DOUCET, b. 1738 married April 26 1763 Marie-Blanche (LeBlanc) RICHARD AND THEY HAD FIVE CHILDREN

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DREAN

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DROUHAL

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DUC

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DULCHER

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DUON

THREE LARGE FAMILIES of DUON:
Cyprien (Hebert) DUON
Honore (Vincent) DUON
Jean-Marie (Daigre) DUON, married in 1824 to Marie-Therese (Guberic) Gallenne, b. 1802.

In Louisiana, Jean-Baptiste «Vincent» Duon(1747) married Anne «Gaudet» LeBlanc on May 28 1770 and four of their children survived to adulthood.

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ESPIAU

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FAUCHAT

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FAYOLLE
GABRIEL FAYOLLE was born in 1793 and became a painter
In 1825 he married Marie-Vincente Mauger Baumer, born in 1791
daughter of Francois Baumer and Elisabeth Mauger

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FECHANT

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FERRY

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FEY

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FIERDEBRAS
also DEBRAS

Francois-Joseph Fierdebras was the only Fierdebras to marry an Acadian.
He might very well have been from the Morbihan,
for some Lefierdebras families settled there later on.

Francois Joseph Fierdebras married in the families of the
Thibodeau (of Pisiguit), the Vincent and the Terriot (Thériault).

It was 1784 when Francois-Joseph Fierdebras
married Marie Thibodeau in Palais.

Marie Thibodeau was born in the Liverpool prison around 1758.

Her Father had just died there, in the Liverpool prison, after the trip of the 1755 Great Deportation.
He was named Francois Thibodeau, born in 1717 in Pisiguit, son of Philippe Thibodeau and Elisabeth Vincent.

Marie's Mother, Anastasie Terriot (probably from La Rivière aux Canards in GrandPré) was living in Cosquet, Locmaria, in 1767 and during the French Revolution, in 1792, she was in Lorient.

Marie had an elder sister, Marguerite-Josephe (1748) and two brothers: Francois-Eloi Thibodeau (1744) & Charles-Joseph Thibodeau (1746).
Charles, widower of Anne Hébert, was a sailor in Lorient in 1773. His title to Belle Ile gave him the right to get land in Poitou.

Marie Thibodeau & Francois-Joseph Fierdebras had at least two children:
Francois Fierdebras (1785) & Anastasie-Marie-Perrine (1790)
In 1793 the census shows Marie living with her daughter in Lorient.

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FONDARD
Pierre Fondard was born in 1777 in France, at la Cote d'Or in Burgundy,
and was Captain of a regiment in Belle-Ile.
He was a man of courage, he had gotten the famous Legion d'honneur.
In Palais, in 1812, he married Honorine «Babin» Sauvario,
daughter of a Belgian father, Pierre-Michel Sauvario, born in 1746 in Gand, who was Major of the Surgeons in the 9th division of Infantery in Belle-Ile en Mer,
and husband of an Acadian Deportee: Marie-Anne «Carriere» Babin,
daughter of Laurent and Marie-Anne (LeGoff) Carriere.

Laurent (Dupuis) Babin, born in 1740, was the son of Claude Babin and Marguerite Dupuis, of Grand-Pré, (Beaubassin). Laurent married Marie-Françoise Carrière, a French lady, in Palais, on February 18 1766. She was the daughter of Martin Carrière and Jeanne-Martiale LeGoff, de Palais, Belle-Ile.

Laurent's Father, Claude (Richard) Babin, born in 1698, was the son of Charles BABIN and Madeleine Richard from GrandPré et il épousa Maguerite Dupuis, fille de Martin Dupuis et Marie Landry, à Saint-Charles-des Mines, en Acadie, Canada le 14 novembre 1718.

Les Babin, Richard, Landry et Dupuis étaient toutes d'importantes familles en Acadie, surtout de Grand-Pré, Beaubassin, Pisiguit et leur généalogie est impressionnante, mais tres longue
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La grande déportation eut lieu en 1755, et peu survécurent les 5 années de cachots anglais.... En 1767, Claude Babin était décédé et en 1767 sa veuve était à Belle-ile, vivant avec son fils Jean-Charles, célibataire. Quatre de leurs enfants étaient venus a Belle-ile: Joseph (1735), Anne-Marie (1737), Laurent (1740) et Jean-Charles (1742). D'autres de leurs enfants étaient à Quebec, en Caroline (USA) et en Louisiane (USA)
v Laurent épousa en 2e noces Marie-Louise Lyot, dont il divorce en 1798.

Laurent eut six enfants survivants avec sa premiere femme:
Jeanne-Francoise 1766
Laurent-Alexandre 1768
Victoire-Rosalie 1769
Marie-Anne 1770
Anne-Francoiser c.1772
Jean-Baptiste-Auguste 1773

En 1792, durant la Revolution francaise, Laurent fut élu par ses concitoyens: officier municipal suppléant. Il est décédé "rentier", à Palais, en 1807.

La femme de Fondard, Honorine Sauvario, était la fille de Pierre-Michel Sauvario, né en 1746 à Gand, qui était Chirurgien-Major au 9e Régiment d'infanterie à Belle-Ile en Mer, époux de Marie-Anne Babin, fille de Laurent et Marie-Anne Carriere.

Pierre-Michel et Marie-Anne s'épousèrent à Palais en 1793, toujours dans les débuts de la Revolution francaise. Pour une liste de leurs enfants, suivre les liens , toutes les naissances furent enregistrées par leur ville, ex.Locmaria, Palais, etc.

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FOUGUET

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FOUQUET

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GALLEN

also: Galène, Gallenne, LeGallen
Four male individuals with this surname are listed with their families, born between 1770 (Alexis «Loréal»Gallenne) to 1812 (Joseph-Marie «Thomas» Gallenne) and one female, Marie-Modeste «Baumer» Gallen, married in 1842 to Pierre-Marie Bamdé.

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GALLENE

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GALLENNE

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LE GALLEN

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GALLO


JACQUES GALLO, from the city of Pau in the Basses-Pyrénées, lieutenant of the 1st battalion of the Morbihan (Bretagne. He married Marguerite «LeBlanc» Melançon around 1793. She died in Lorient in 1820.

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GALOUDEC

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GARE

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GAREC

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GAUDET

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GAUTREAU

Three large Gautrot families descandant from one another

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GAUTEROT

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GAUTROT

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GENDRE

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GILLES



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GIRARDEAU

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GRANDPIERRE

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GRANGER

There are 49 large GRANGER Families,
individuals born from 1705 to 1844
originally from La-Riviere-aux-Canards.
The three main strands are
three Granger brothers married to three LeBlanc sisters
(Marguerite, Brigitte, Francoise LeBlanc) widows of:
Joseph (Theriau) GRANGER (1705),
Claude (Theriau) GRANGER (1708),
Charles (Theriau) GRANGER (1711)

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GUENANTIN
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LOUIS GUÉNANTIN, born in 1773,
son of FRANCOIS GUÉNANTIN and LAURENCE CORSMAT, from the village of BOUTONIO in Plandren, Morbihan, France.
LOUIS married in 1811 Marie-Augustine Landry, daughter of Jean LANDRY and Elizabeth Terriot of Calastren. She was a descendant of one of the Acadian Deported French Families of 1755, from Canada.

Pierre-Jacques GUÉNANTIN, BORN AROUND 1815,
SON OF PIERRE GUÉNANTIN and Nicolas GILLETTE.
Pierre-Jacques was married in 1840 in PALAIS,
to Francoise-Felicite GRANGER, daughter of FELIX GRANGER
(descendant from the ACADIAN DEPORTATION of 1755) and of Jacqette GUELLEC(from Welsh Britanny in France).
Felix GRANGER was born in 1766, was the son of Joseph-SIMON GRANGER and MARIE-JOSEPHE TERRIOT.
Jacquette GUELLEC'S MOTHER was MARIE-LOUISE LOREAL.
Felix and Jacquette had three daughters: Marie-Josephe-Zelie (1807), Josephine (1809) and Francoise-Felicite (1815)

MARIE-JEANNE GUENANTIN (1756-1812)
who lived in Locmaria (Belle-Ile) and married a Francois-Marie RIO. She died in Bangor (Belle-Ile).
They had a daughter, Marie-Jeanne Rio.
You can see this in the records for Locmaria (1620-1900)at:
www.escompte.fr/denis/lochtml/dat259.htm

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GUILLEMOT

Pierre GUILLEMOT, born in 1745,
from Coetbugat, Morbihan,
married in Palais in 1773
Brigitte Richard, daughter of Pierre RICHARD and Marie-Josephe LEBLANC, of PISIGIUT.
Two children: Simon-Pierre (1774) and Marie-Berthe (1777)

GUILLERME

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GUILLEMOT

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GUILLERME

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GULCHER

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HACHE

Anne Boudrot, widow of Jacques-Rene Hache
from Ile-St-Jean (P.E.I.) had four children:
Pierre (1748),
Marie (1750),
Genevieve (1751),
Henriette (1756)
Jacques-Rene died in Chateauneuf on May 3 1759.
Anne remarried Pierre Boudrot in November 1763
Her children were in Belle-Ile-en-Mer in 1773.

Marie (Boudrot) HACHE, 1750,
married Nicolas-Joseph Bajolet,
secretary to the Count of Behague,
Governor of the island

GENEVIEVE HACHE(1751) married Bouron

HENRIETTE HACHE 1756, married twice
1. LE GALOUDEC
2. Jean Girardeau

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HACHE-GALLANT

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HAMON

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HARDOUIN

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HARVOIR

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HEBERT

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JACQUIER

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JARDIN

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JEGO

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LABADO

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LABARRE

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LALEOUS

LANCO

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LANDRY

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LARGOUET

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LE BIHAN

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LEBLANC

There are 27 large LeBlanc Families listed,
individuals born from 1710 to 1819

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LEBOUTHER

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LE GENDRE

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LE CAM

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LE DRU

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LE FLOCH

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LEE GALOUDEC

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LE GUELLEC

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LE GUDELEC

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LE LEU

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LE LUECK

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LE MATELOT

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LE PORT

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LE SOMMIER

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LETRIQUE

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L'HERMITE

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L'HOTELIER

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L'HUILLIER

JEAN NICOLAS (Bellot) L'HUILLIER 1770
son of Nicolas L'Huillier and Catherine Bellot
sergeant in the 3rd Regiment of Infanterie,
married in Bangor in 1802
MARIE RICHARD B. 1768
WIDOW of JEAN Olieric, de Bourdelouet
daughter of Basile Richard and Marie Granger.

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LIBEO

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LIBERT

Libeo, de Fives in Flanders was given permission by his Regiment to marry in 1787
Anne LeBlanc Melanson b.1757 in Southampton.
He was dead in 1792, during the French Revolution.

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LONGIN

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LORCY

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LOREAL

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LUCAS

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MAITREJEAN

Antoine Maîtrejean was born in 1751 in the city of Dijon,
which lays by the Saone river, in the Burgundy region of France.
He worked for the «Fermes du Roi» (King's farms).
He married Marie Duon in Bangor in 1777.
Marie «Trahan» Duon was the daughter of Honoré «Vincent» Duon, born in 1737 in the paris of Riviere aux Canards, near Grandpré, and Anne-Genevieve (Melançon) Trahan, born in 1741 in Pisiguit.
Honoré and Anne-Geneviève were married in Liverpool and had seven children:
Marie 1760
Anne 1761
Augustin-Marie 1766
Honor-Jacques 1768
Jean Charles 1772
Philippe-Marie 1774
Marie-Francoise 1777
Honoré was in Palais in 1766.
In 1785, he takes the boat for Louisiana (L'Amitié) with his wife, Augustin, Jacques and Jean-Charles.



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MARCASSIN

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MARIN

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MARTIN

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MAUGER

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MELANCON

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MELANSON

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MERLIN

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MILLES

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MONTET

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MORIO

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OLIERIC

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OUDIN

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PENER

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PETIT

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PHILIPPE

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PICAUT

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PICOT

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PIERS

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PITRE

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POIRIER

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POMIER
PIERRE POMIER,1798
born in Luxenbourg and "gendarme" (county policeman)
was married in Palais in 1842 to
Marie-Ephrosine Richard Landry, born in 1817 in Bangor
daughter of Joseph-Marie Landry and Marie-Francoise Richard

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PARMENTIER

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QUEREL

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RICHARD

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RIVET

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RIVIERE

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ROHAN

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ROUSSEL

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SALVI

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SAMZUN

Four SAMZUN individuals apparently not closely related

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SAUVARIO

PIERRE-MICHEL SAUVARIO, born in 1746 in Gand
Surgeon-Major in the 9th Regiment
was married in Palais in 1793 to
Marie-Anne (Carriere) BABIN,
daughter of Laurent Babin and Marie-Anne Carriere

For more on Sauvario, read FONDARD

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SEGOILLOT

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SEVENO

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SINARD

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SIROT

Sulpice-Romain SIROT, b.1811,
married in Palais in 1838
Marie-Francoise GRANGER, b.1815, daughter of Rosalie

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SYLVESTRE

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TACHER

LEONARD TACHER,
originally from Saint-Projet in La Rochefoucault (Charente)
married Anne (LeBlanc) LEPORT,
daughter of Laurent Leport and Marguerite LeBlanc

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TERRIOT

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THERIAULT

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THERIOT

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THIBODEAU

There are seven Thibodeau families

Germain (Hebert) THIBODEAU, 1709,
son of Jean Thibodeau and Marguerite Hebert,
of Grand-Pre, was married in 1742 to
Judith (Landry) LeBlanc,
daughter of Jacques and Catherine Landry.
They were deported and both died in Falmouth Prison in 1756
Their children are listed in Belle-Ile-en-Mer:
Marie (LeBlanc) THIBODEAU 1743,
Elisabeth (LeBlanc) THIBODEAU 1745,
Anne (LeBlanc) THIBODEAU 1747.
BOTH PARENTS DIED in FALMOUTH, England, in 1756, where they had been deported. Their children survived and were sent to Belle-Ile-en-Mer


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THOMAS

There are 11 Thomas in Belle-Ile-en-Mer.

Francois (Caric)THOMAS 1767,
son of Guillaume and Marie-Louise Caric of Kerohen,
was married in Bangor in 1798
to Marguerite-Suzanne (Daigre) GRANGER born in 1774,
daughter of Charles Granger and Marie-Madeleine Daigre, of Tinehue.

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THOMASIC

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TIERNAY

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TIERNEY
John dit Jean Tierney, born in 1740 in Limerick in Ireland was married in Liverpool to Madeleine-Pelagie (Trahan) HEBERT, daughter of Joseph Hebert and Madeleine Trahan of Pisiguit:
Children:
Andre (Hebert) TIRNAY 1764,
Daniel (Hebert) TIRNAY 1765,
Elisabeth-Marguerite (Hebert) TIRNAY 1767.
John died around 1770.
His widow with their three children and
her sister Marguerite Hebert were all in Morlaix in 1773.

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TIRNAY

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TRAHAN
There are 25 listed Trahan, with their wives and children in Belle-Ile-en-Mer,
the last one, Romain Trahan,born in 1756, son of Sylvestre and Ursule Darois,
married in Sauzon in 1783 to Anne Kerdonis.
They had 6 children and he died in 1806.

The first recrded TRAHAN is Pierre (Benoit) TRAHAN, 1694, son of Guillaume and Jacqueline Benoit, of l'Assomption in Pisiguit
was married there on September 30th 1716 to Madeleine (Hebert) COMEAU, daughter of Jean COMEAU Comeau and Francoise HEBERT of Port-Royal, Canada.
8 children:
Bruno (Comeau) TRAHAN 1719,
Marie-Josephe (Comeau) TRAHAN 1721,
Pierre (Comeau) TRAHAN 1723,
Madeleine (Comeau) TRAHAN 1725,
Charles (Comeau) TRAHAN 1727,
Francois-Casteigne (Comeau) TRAHAN 1728,
Marguerite (Comeau) TRAHAN 1731,
Joachim (Comeau) TRAHAN 1735
Pierre was deported to Liverpool with three of his married children:
Pierre,
Marguerite
Joachim.
Bruno was deported to Philadelphia,
Madeleine and Charles were deported to Maryland
When in Belle-Ile, Pierre was ar Bordrehouat. When he died in 1772 he was living in Magoric with his son Joachim.

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Pierre (Comeau) TRAHAN, b.1723, son of Pierre (Benoit) TRAHAN and Madeleine (Hebert)COMEAU was FIRST married in 1745 to Marguerite (Bourgeois) LEBLANC. He re-married in Liverpool in February 1758, while imprisonned, to Elisabeth (Brault) DAROIS who died within two years.
On May 12 1760, he married a third time, to the widow of Jean-Baptiste DUON, Madeleine (Doiron) VINCENT.
There were no children of their own but they looked after Francois (Landry) TRAHAN, son of Alexis TRAHAN and Anastasie LANDRY.

Joachim (Comeau) TRAHAN, b. 1735 in Pisiguit, son of Pierre (Benoit) TRAHAN and Madeleine (Hebert) COMEAU was married in 1754 to Marguerite (Leblanc) LANDRY and they had one daughter before Marguerite died still imprisonned,
Marie-Blanche (Landry) TRAHAN.
Joachim re-married on October 14 1759, still in Liverpool, to Marie (Vincent) DUON, daughter of Jean Baptiste DUON and Madeleine VINCENT.
Marie (Vincent) DUON had a brother, HONORE (Vincent) DUON, also in Liverpool, married to Anne-Genevieve (Melancon) TRAHAN.(see HONORE DUON)
CHILDREN of Joachim and Marie:
Joseph (Duon) TRAHAN 1760,
Simon (Duon) TRAHAN 1762,
Anne-Perrine (Duon) TRAHAN 1764,
Cecile-Pauline (Duon) TRAHAN 1766,
Auguste-Francois (Duon) TRAHAN 1767,
Marie-Felicite (Duon) TRAHAN 1770,
Catherine (Duon) TRAHAN 1773,
Jean-Marie (Duon) TRAHAN 1775,
Marie-Victoire (Duon) TRAHAN 1781(died young),
Marie-Vincente (Duon) TRAHAN 1784.
They were installed in Magoric, Locmaria.After his wife, Marie Duon died in 1785, Joachim left on the "Saint-Remi" for Louisiana with Augustin,(1767), Felicite, Catherine(1773), Jean-Marie and Marie-Vincente.

TRIVELIN
Jacques-Joseph Trivelin, born 1790 in Lille and living in Bordeaux,
was married in Palais in 1816 to Adelaide-Josephine (Terriot) LANDRY ,
daughter of Jean and Elisabeth Terriot.
They had one child: Euphrosine-Eugenie (Landry) TRIVELIN, born around 1816
He was dead in 1838 and his widow was living in Nantes.

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UHEL
Louis-Marie Uhel was married in Locmaria in 1809,
to Marguerite (Galoudec) GAUTROT, born 1791,
daughter of Jean-Charles and Marie-Madeleine Galoudec.
Marguerite was 18 yrs old when she got married and
her first child was born a year later
Children:
Josephine (Gautrot) UHEL 1810,
Jeanne-Marie (Gautrot) UHEL 1822,
Pierre-Louis (Gautrot) UHEL 1824,
Marie-Vincente (Gautrot) UHEL 1827,
Marie-Perrine (Gautrot) UHEL 1829.
Louis-Marie was in Pouldon in 1829.

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VALLIERES

Sylvain (Lucas) VALLIERES was a baker and Caporal-Drummer in the 3rd Battalion of the Loir,
he was the son of Sylvain Vallieres, stone-cutter, and of Anne of Loire and Cher,
married in Sauzon in 1796, to Rose-Victoire (Richard) TRAHAN, daughter of Simon Trahan and Catherine Josette Richard.
(gALOUDEC His wife died within a year in 1797.

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VILLENEUVE
Marie-Francoise Granger, Veuve Villeneuve, born in Grand Pre in 1751
Their children were Elisabeth-Antoinette 1778, Francois-Marie 1779.
She was at Lorient in 1793

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VINCENT

Widow of Joseph Vincent, Marguerite Beaudart, of Pisiguit.. Her husband, born in 1722, was the son of Michel and his second wife, Anne-Marie Doiron, of Pisiguit. He died in Liverpool in September of 1756.
Their childtren were Marie-Josephe 1746, dame Guillaume Montet, Pierre Vincent 1748, left for Louisiana in 1785 on the "Beaumont" and went to live in the Attakapas, in Saint-Martinville,

Jean Vincent 1746, Marie-Elisabeth Vincent 1748, Rose-Pelagie Vincent 1753, Elisabeth Vincent 1754, were the children of CHARLES VINCENT and EUPHROSINE DUON who both died in Plymouth in 1756 . The children were raised in Belle-Ile-en-Mer. In 1771, the Abbe Le Loutre asked and was granted by the Governor of the island the permission to Elisabeth who was now 17, to be admitted in the small Convent of Vannes.

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Information tirees de:
"
Columbia Encyclopedia" (1942),
"Histoire de l'Acadie" 
by Bona Arsenault (1978)
Sir Charles Lucas "
Historical Geography of the British Dominions: Vol.5 Canada" Oxford, 1923
RENE DALIGAUT, Historic Society of Belle-Ile-en-Mer
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