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Marie (?)1

F, b. circa 1831
Birth*circa 1831 Québec, Canada1 
Marriage* Groom=Jean-Baptiste Tellier1 

Family

Jean-Baptiste Tellier b. c 1836
Children

Citations

  1. [S710] 1881 Canadian Census CD, Family History Resource File, © 2001 by Intellectual Reserve, Inc. All rights reserved
    , FHL Film 1375851 NAC C-13215 Dist 86 SubDist K Div 1 Page 8 Family 37; citing Family History Library, (Salt Lake City, Utah, USA) microfilm publication unknown film number.
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Marie (?)1

F, b. 13 August 1873
ChartsDescendants of Pierre-Joseph Huard
Birth*13 August 1873 Québec, Canada1 
Marriage* Groom=Theodore Huard1 

Family

Theodore Huard b. 26 Feb 1870
Children

Citations

  1. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-2 Page 2, line # 1, Family # 9).
  2. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-2 Page 2, line # 2, Family # 9).
  3. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-2 Page 2, line # 3, Family # 9).
  4. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-2 Page 2, line # 4, Family # 9).
  5. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-2 Page 2, line # 5, Family # 9).
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Marie (?)1

F, b. 17 July 1825
Birth*17 July 1825 Québec, Canada1 
Marriage* Groom=François Huard2 

Family

François Huard b. 10 Jul 1826

Citations

  1. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-2, Page 15, line #8 Family # 121).
  2. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-2, Page 15, line #7, Family # 121).
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Marie (?)1

F, b. 15 May 1831
Birth*15 May 1831 Québec, Canada1 

Citations

  1. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-2, Page 16, line #12 , Family # 130).
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Marie (?)1

F, b. 15 May 1831
Birth*15 May 1831 Québec, Canada1 
Cen-Head*1901 Paspébiac, Bonaventure County, Québec, Canada; In the 1901 census Marie was listed having been born in Quebec, french speaking and Roman Catholic. She was listed a s the head of household and as Maried. She was 71 years old; Principal=QU, Bonaventure 143, Paspebiac j-2 Census Canadian Federal 19011 

Citations

  1. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-2, Page 16, line #512, Family # 132).
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Marie (?)1

F
Marriage* Groom=Nicolas Lautsé1 

Family

Nicolas Lautsé
Child

Citations

  1. [S797] Gallant, Les Registres de la Gaspésie in Mémoires (Montreal: Societe Genealogique Canadienne-Francaise, 1961), p. 187.
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Marie (?)1

F, d. circa 1646
ChartsAncestors of Antoine Girouard (#1)
Ancestors of Antoine Girouard (#2)
Ancestors of Antoine Girouard (#3)
Death*circa 1646 Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada2 

Family

François Gautreau b. 1613
Children

Citations

  1. [S970] Lorenzo J. Dupuis, (author e-mail address available on request), to Dawn Ellis, Email, 19 Nov 2008, Lorenzo cites: Stephen White`s article in Acadian Geneology Exchange, vol. XX, #1- "Based on supposition", he says," since there is no proof to show that Francois Gautreau's first wife, Marie, was a Micmac Indian; all that is known of her is that her given name, which appears in the record of her son Charles's marriage. There, her family name is omitted. Some presume that this omission signifies that she was an Indian, but other reasons for it are possible."
    and
    "Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes(1999) de Stephen A. White, p.691-Identifies François Gautreau's 1st wife as " Marie (nom de famille inconnu)", who became the mother of Marie Gautrot(b.cir.1636), veuve Potet, the wife of Michel Dupuis. This is also stated on p.596 where Michel Dupuis's wife is identified as "veuve Potet" and her parents as François Gautrot and 1st wife Marie(family name unknown).     It is widely (and WRONGLY) reported that the parents of Michel Dupuis' wife are François Gautrot and Edmée Lejeune. Edmée was François Gautrot's 2nd wife with whom he had a child also named Marie(b.cir.1645); this latter Marie married Claude Thériot."

    Lorenzo also cites this web site, "Acadian and French Canadian Ancestral Home" ( http://www.acadian-home.org/) by Lucie Leblanc Concentino, which is home of the "Mother's of Acadia mt-DNA Project". The project has proved that Francois Gautreau's first wife, Marie, was European, not Amerindien as has been frequently reported
    , Dawn Ellis, Graham, North Carolina, USA.
  2. [S38] Assumptions by author, This death was originally attributed to Francois Gautreau, but since he went on to father many children after this date, I am making the assumption that this was the death date of his first wife. Primary source pending.
  3. [S970] Lorenzo J. Dupuis, (author e-mail address available on request), to Dawn Ellis, Email, 19 Nov 2008, Lorenzo cites: Stephen White`s article in Acadian Geneology Exchange, vol. XX, #1- "Based on supposition", he says," since there is no proof to show that Francois Gautreau's first wife, Marie, was a Micmac Indian; all that is known of her is that her given name, which appears in the record of her son Charles's marriage. There, her family name is omitted. Some presume that this omission signifies that she was an Indian, but other reasons for it are possible."
    and
    "Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes(1999) de Stephen A. White, p.691-Identifies François Gautreau's 1st wife as " Marie (nom de famille inconnu)", who became the mother of Marie Gautrot(b.cir.1636), veuve Potet, the wife of Michel Dupuis. This is also stated on p.596 where Michel Dupuis's wife is identified as "veuve Potet" and her parents as François Gautrot and 1st wife Marie(family name unknown).     It is widely (and WRONGLY) reported that the parents of Michel Dupuis' wife are François Gautrot and Edmée Lejeune. Edmée was François Gautrot's 2nd wife with whom he had a child also named Marie(b.cir.1645); this latter Marie married Claude Thériot."

    Lorenzo also cites this web site, "Acadian and French Canadian Ancestral Home" ( http://www.acadian-home.org/) by Lucie Leblanc Concentino, which is home of the "Mother's of Acadia mt-DNA Project". The project has proved that Francois Gautreau's first wife, Marie, was European, not Amerindien as has been frequently reported, Dawn Ellis, Graham, North Carolina, USA.
  4. [S970] Lorenzo J. Dupuis, (author e-mail address available on request), to Dawn Ellis, Email, 19 Nov 2008,Though Lorenzo doesn't mention Charles Gautreau, it seems likely that he had the same mother as Marie, Lorenzo cites: Stephen White`s article in Acadian Geneology Exchange, vol. XX, #1- "Based on supposition", he says," since there is no proof to show that Francois Gautreau's first wife, Marie, was a Micmac Indian; all that is known of her is that her given name, which appears in the record of her son Charles's marriage. There, her family name is omitted. Some presume that this omission signifies that she was an Indian, but other reasons for it are possible."
    and
    "Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes(1999) de Stephen A. White, p.691-Identifies François Gautreau's 1st wife as " Marie (nom de famille inconnu)", who became the mother of Marie Gautrot(b.cir.1636), veuve Potet, the wife of Michel Dupuis. This is also stated on p.596 where Michel Dupuis's wife is identified as "veuve Potet" and her parents as François Gautrot and 1st wife Marie(family name unknown).     It is widely (and WRONGLY) reported that the parents of Michel Dupuis' wife are François Gautrot and Edmée Lejeune. Edmée was François Gautrot's 2nd wife with whom he had a child also named Marie(b.cir.1645); this latter Marie married Claude Thériot."

    Lorenzo also cites this web site, "Acadian and French Canadian Ancestral Home" ( http://www.acadian-home.org/) by Lucie Leblanc Concentino, which is home of the "Mother's of Acadia mt-DNA Project". The project has proved that Francois Gautreau's first wife, Marie, was European, not Amerindien as has been frequently reported, Dawn Ellis, Graham, North Carolina, USA.
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Marie A. (?) [Aime Richard]1

F, b. circa 1860
Birth*circa 1860 1 
Marriage* Groom=Aime Richard1 

Family

Aime Richard b. c 1855
Children

Citations

  1. [S18] Canadian Federal Census 1891 St. Paul, Kent Co., NB, LDS mfm#1465725, Family History Library. Hereinafter cited as Census 1891 St. Paul, Kent Co., NB, Canada.
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Marie Blanche (?) [Elie Richard]1

F, b. circa 1815
Birth*circa 1815 New Brunswick, Canada; aged 56 in 18711 
Marriage* Groom=Elie Richard1 

Family

Elie Richard b. c 1808
Children

Citations

  1. [S21] Canadian Federal Census 1871, Ste. Marie, Kent Co., NB; citing The Provincial Archives of New Brunswick, (University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, York County, New Brunswick, Canada) microfilm publication mfm# F 1627.
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Marie J. (?)1

F, b. 5 September 1878
Birth*5 September 1878 Québec, Canada1 
Marriage* Groom=Romain Huard1 

Family

Romain Huard b. 24 Dec 1869
Child

Citations

  1. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 6, line # 45, Family # 49).
  2. [S772] “1901 Québec, Bonaventure County,” Canadian Federal Census, Automatedgenealogy.com (http://automatedgenealogy.com/census/NationalSummary.jsp: accessed District: QU Bonaventure (#143); Sub-district: Paspébiac j-1 Page 6, line # 46, Family # 49).
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