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1 1089 F vi. Flevy Lausier was born in , , Maine, U.S.A.. She was christened on 29 Nov 1847 in St Basile, Madawaska, New Brunswick, Canada. Lausier, Joseph (I1854)
 
2 262 F viii. Madeleine Desjardins was born on 4 Jul 1762 in Kamouraska, Québec, Canada. She was christened17 on 4 Jul 1762 in St Louis, Kamouraska, Québec, Canada. She was buried18 on 8 Aug 1764 in St Louis, Kamouraska, Québec, Canada. Roy dit Desjardins, Madeleine (I4230)
 
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1647)
 
4
At about age 17, he was "given" to the church in that he was sent to Boston or nearby to go to seminary to become a priest. He struggled with Latin in the first year, and when they added Greek the next year, he decided that was enough. He went to Boston harbor, found a ship with a French flag on it, and stowed away thinking he would go to France where his father originated. The ship was bound for New Orleans, not France. He was dicovered and made to work as a cabin boy for the passage to New Orleans. He was then kicked off the ship. Thereafter, he worked on some Louisana rice plantations and rose to be something like a foreman. When the Civil War began, he was used as a mail runner for the Confederacy. He was captured and jailed, but then was released through the kindness of a Yankee officer. He returned to his company and later was captured again. This time he was court martialed and was to be shot. He was released again by the same officer. He had had enough of the war and wanted to go back home to Canada. On the way, somewhere in Indiana or Illinois, he came down with a malaria attack no doubt contracted by his years in Louisiana. He probably had what was know as Blackwater Fever (severe hemolysis and renal failure). He was nursed by a family named Salmon who were Irish Catholics. He and the daughter Mary were married and began to go back to Canada. When they reached Green Bay, WI, the railroad came to an end. Mary was about to deliver their first child. They settled in Green Bay, he worked and owned a construction business, and they spent the rest of their lives there. 
Roy, Thomas George (I21386)
 
5
Parents were Irish Catholics that immigrated to Canada. Then later went to Sangamon Co., or possibly Sangamon, the town,IL where Thomas and Mary met and married 
Solomon, Mary (I21387)
 
6 !BIRTH was 12 May in LDS Ancestral File. 4 Sep 1812 per Joyce B Roy's data. Couvillon, Adrienne (I15)
 
7 !Burial: Tombstone in St Mary's cemetary in Eagle Lake, Maine Ouellette, Gertrude (I80)
 
8 !Burial: Tombstone in St Mary's cemetary in Eagle Lake, Maine. Name on tombstone is Amanda Labbe, wife of Edward Soucie. Labbe, Maude "Amanda" (I81)
 
9 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Magdeleine as age 38 Emard, Madeleine (I2140)
 
10 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Marie as age 20 Trotin, Marie (I1145)
 
11 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Robert as age 40, occupation as habitant Paré, Robert (I902)
 
12 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Robert as age 50 Giguère, Robert (I2146)
 
13 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Zacharie as age 48, occupation as carpenter

!ORIGIN: Shown as St Jean, ville Mortagne, eveche Sees, Perche arrondissement Mortagne, Orne on Programme de Recherche de Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp) 
Cloutier, Zacharie (I2139)
 
14 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, shows Charlotte as age 3. Cauchon, Charlotte (I937)
 
15 !CENSUS: 1666 Sillery, P.Q. shows Anne as age 35, widow of Jean Nepveu Ledet, Anne (I1137)
 
16 !CENSUS: 1671 census of Port Royal shows Claude Terriau as age 34, with wife Gauterot and following children, Germain,9; Marie, 6; Marie, 6; Marguerite,4; and Jean, 1; possessing 13 cattle and 3 sheep Terriau, Claude (I3467)
 
17 !CENSUS: 1671 census of Port Royal shows Germain Terriau as age 25, with wife Andree Brun and 2 year old child, Germain possessing 5 cattle and 2 sheep Terriau, Germain (I4252)
 
18 !CENSUS: 1671 census of Port Royal shows Jean Terriau as age 70, with wife Perrine Breau and following children, Claude, 34; Jean, 32; Bonaventure, 30; Germain, 25; Jeanne,27; Catherine, 21; Pierre, 16; possessing 6 cattle and 1 sheep Terriau, Jean (I1821)
 
19 !CENSUS: 1830 Census page 389 line 9 as transcribed by Chip Gagnon for GenWeb at http://upperstjohn.com/1830/mad-2.htm shows name as Bellana Neddow 1830 U.S. Census, Maine, Penobscot, Madawaska Settlement (Series M19 Roll 51 page 389) line 9 shows Bellana Neddow as between 30 and 40 years old with his wife between 15 and 20 with 1 son below 5 years old Nadeau, Bénoni (I1369)
 
20 !CENSUS: 1830 U.S. Census, Maine, Penobscot, Madawaska Setllement (Series M19 Roll 51 page 382) line 4 shows Peter Lissote as age between 60 and 70 years old with his wife between 40 and 50 years old with 1 son between 15 and 20 and another son between 20 and 30 and 1 daughter between 15 and 20 and another daughter between 20 and 30. Lizotte, Pierre (I1800)
 
21 !CENSUS: 1830 U.S. Census, Maine, Penobscot, Madawaska Settlement (Series M19 Roll 51 Page 375) line 21 shows Baptiste Daigle as between 30 and 40 years old, his wife as between 30 and 40 years old, with 2 sons below 5 years old, 1 son between 5 and 10 and 2 sons between 10 and 15 years old; 1 daughter below 5 years old, 2 daughters between 5 and 10, and 1 daughter between 10 and 15 years old. Daigle, Jean Baptiste (I982)
 
22 !CENSUS: 1830 U.S. Census, Maine, Penobscot, Madawaska Settlement (Series M19 Roll 51 page 377) line 19 shows Baptiste Labra as between 30 and 40 years old with his wife between 20 and 30 with 1 son below 5 years old. Labrie, Baptiste (I5572)
 
23 !CENSUS: 1830 U.S. Census, Maine, Penobscot, Madawaska Settlement (Series M19 Roll 51 Page 382) line 14 shows Phina Cere as between 50 and 60 years old, his wife as between 40 and 50 years old, with 1 sons below 5 years old, 1 son between 5 and 10, 1 son between 10 and 15, 1 son between 15 and 20, and 1 son between 20 and 30 years old; 1 daughter below 5 years old, 1 daughter between 10 and 15, and 1 daughter between 15 and 20 years old. Cyr, Firmin (I758)
 
24 !CENSUS: 1831 Census of Lower Canada page 250 line 27 from St John Valley web site http://upperstjohn.com/1831/riviereduloup.htm#edouardgerbert shows name as Edouard Gerbert

!CENSUS: 1850 Census page 126a line 23 from St John Valley web site http://upperstjohn.com/1850/hancock1-47.htm#edouardjalbert shows Edouard in Fort Kent, known at that time as Hancock Plantation, as Edwd LeBarre

!CENSUS: 1860 Census page 484 line 9 for Township No 17, Range 8, now St John Plantation at http://upperstjohn.com/1860/T17R8.htm#edouardjalbert, shows name as Edwd Gilbert. 
Jalbert, Edouard (I1675)
 
25 !CENSUS: 1833 Census of Carlton, NB Madawaska division on page 9 line 14 shows as Hubert Caron with a wife, 5 boys and 3 girls. Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site at http://upperstjohn.com/1833/mad9.htm

!LAND: Herbert Carron is shown as owning land he bought from Pierre Marquis in 1823 on the South Bank of the St John River in the Deanne and Kavanagh report. Land is described as 50 rods front with a house and barn and 50 acres cleared next to the Ste Luce chapel for which Hubert paid $20. 
Caron, François Hubert (I3006)
 
26 !CENSUS: 1840 U.S. Census for Waterville on Bob Chenard's web site at http://users.adelphia.net/%7Efrenchcx/1840wtvl.htm

!CENSUS: 1870 U.S. Census, Maine, Kennebec County, Waterville page 80 (Series M593 Roll 547 page 578B) line 6 dwelling 612 family 679 shows Wilbur Boucher as age 38 born in Canada working as a laborer. 
Boucher, Urbain (I2764)
 
27 !CENSUS: 1840 U.S. Census for Waterville on Bob Chenard's web site at http://users.adelphia.net/%7Efrenchcx/1840wtvl.htm Boucher, Clothide (I2763)
 
28 !CENSUS: 1840 U.S. Census for Waterville on Bob Chenard's web site at http://users.adelphia.net/%7Efrenchcx/1840wtvl.htm Boucher, Joseph (I2762)
 
29 !CENSUS: 1840 U.S. Census for Waterville on Bob Chenard's web site at http://users.adelphia.net/%7Efrenchcx/1840wtvl.htm Boucher, Delphine (I2761)
 
30 !CENSUS: 1850 census in Madawaska Plantation page 306 listed as Thomas Gormeu, 26 years old, laborer, born in Maine, living with Marcelline (20) according to Chip's web site which shows marriage date as 11 Sep 1848 Gagnon, Thomas (I17117)
 
31 !CENSUS: 1850 Madawaska Plantation page 153b LN 25 HN125 FN 125 shown as Mary Roi, age 58. Popup note indicates her name as Marie Louise Desjardins, born Caron, daughter of Simon Caron and Ursule Belanger. Transcript of census on web site at http://upperstjohn.com/1850/mad99-157.htm.

!CENSUS: 1860 US Census for Aroostook Maine for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 40 extracted from Reel M653-434 page 520 by Chip Gagnon shows name as Mary Ouissin age 68 Information obtained from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Census was taken in July 1860. 
Caron, Marie Louise (I188)
 
32 !CENSUS: 1850 U.S. Census Maine, Kennebec Country, Augusta page 27

!CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Census, Maine, Kennebec County, Augusta page 257 (Series M653 Roll 441 Page 267) line 26 dwelling 1084 family 1162 shows John Bushey as age 9 born in Maine. 
Boucher, John (I1406)
 
33 !CENSUS: 1850 U.S. Census Maine, Kennebec County, Augusta page 27.

!CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Census, Maine, Kennebec County, Augusta page 257 (Series M653 Roll 441 Page 267) line 24 dwelling 1084 family 1162 shows Philomen Bushey as age 14 born in Maine. 
Boucher, Philemon (I1404)
 
34 !CENSUS: 1850 U.S. Census Maine, Kennebec County, Augusta page 27.

!CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Census, Maine, Kennebec County, Augusta page 257 (Series M653 Roll 441 Page 267) line 25 dwelling 1084 family 1162 shows Charles Bushey as age 11 born in Maine. 
Boucher, Charles (I1405)
 
35 !CENSUS: 1850 U.S. Census Maine, Kennebec, Augusta page 27.

!CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Census, Maine, Kennebec County, Augusta page 257 (Series M653 Roll 441 Page 267) line 24 dwelling 1084 family 1162 shows William Bushey as age 16 born in Maine. 
Boucher, William (I1403)
 
36 !CENSUS: 1850 U.S. Census, Maine, Kennebec County, Augusta page 27.

!CENSUS: 1860 U.S. Census, Maine, Kennebec County, Augusta page 257 (Series M653 Roll 441 Page 267) line 26 dwelling 1084 family 1162 shows John Bushey as age 9 born in Maine. 
Boucher, George (I1407)
 
37 !CENSUS: 1850 US Census for Aroostook Maine for Madawaska Plantation page 153b LN 28 shows name as Clamom Roi age 17 Information from web site http://upperstjohn.com/1850/mad99-157.htm Roy, Marie Natalie (I835)
 
38 !CENSUS: 1860 US Census for Aroostook Maine for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 38 extracted from Reel M653-434 by Chip Gagnon shows name as Clement Desjardins age 29. Information was obtained from Chip Gagnon's web site at http://upperstjohn.com/1860/T18R5-9.htm#520

!CENSUS: 1850 US Census for Aroostook Maine for Madawaska Plantation page 153b LN 26 shows name as Clamom Roi age 18 Information from web site http://upperstjohn.com/1850/mad99-157.htm 
Roy, Clément (I2895)
 
39 !CENSUS: 1860 US Census for Aroostook Maine for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 40 extracted from Reel M653-434 Chip Gagnon shows name as Lydie Desjardins age 30 Information obtained from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com

!CENSUS: 1850 US Census for Aroostook Maine for Madawaska Plantation page 153b LN 27 shows name as Adde Roi age 20
Information from web site http://upperstjohn.com/1850/mad99-157.htm 
Roy, Marie Adelaide (I2120)
 
40 !CENSUS: 1870 U.S. Census, Maine, Kennebec County, Waterville page 80 (Series M593 Roll 547 page 578B) line 7 dwelling 612 family 679 shows Sarah Boucher as age 45 born in Canada. She is shown as keeping house. Poulin, Anatolie "Sarah" (I2755)
 
41 !CENSUS: 1880 U.S. Census, Maine, Kennebec, Waterville page 11 Sprvr dist #1.Enumeration Dist #108.

!NOTE: Marie Anne Boucher Pelletier initially provided name as Herbert. 
Boucher, Charles Edouard (I659)
 
42 !CENSUS: 1920 U.S. Census for Eagle Lake, Aroostook County Maine (Series T625 Roll 638 Page 136A) E.D. 17 Sheet 13 line 44 dwelling 167 family 206 shows Augustin as 32. Roy, Augustin (I2524)
 
43 !CENSUS: 1920 U.S. Census for Eagle Lake, Aroostook County Maine (Series T625 Roll 638 Page 136A) E.D. 17 Sheet 13 line 47 dwelling 167 family 206 shows Claudia as 5. Roy, Claudia (I6504)
 
44 !CENSUS: 1920 U.S. Census, Maine, Aroostook County, Winterville Plantation, E D 42, Sheet 4 (Series T625 Roll 641 Page 261A) line 83 dwelling 147 family 160 shows Mammie as age 15 born in Maine. Soucy, Mamie (I19133)
 
45 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 262B line 68 shows Annie as age 37. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Ouellette, Anna (I4191)
 
46 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 262B line 69 shows Medley as age 14. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Roy, Medley (I4170)
 
47 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3765)
 
48 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 262B line 71 shows Albert as age 12. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Roy, Albert Isidore (I3764)
 
49 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4186)
 
50 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 262B line 74 shows Eva as age 7. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Roy, Eva (I3760)
 
51 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4171)
 
52 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I3759)
 
53 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 262B line 77 shows Onesime as age 36. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Line 86 shows his mother Philomene living with his family and lines 82 through 85 shows his sister Glorieuse and his brothers Hilaire, George, and Eddie. Roy, Onezime (I1497)
 
54 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 262B line 83 shows Hilaire as age 24, living with his brother Onesime. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Roy, Hilaire (I2528)
 
55 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 262B line 84 shows George as age 10, living with his brother Onesime. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Roy, George (I1498)
 
56 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 262B line 85 shows Eddie as age 16, living with his brother Onesime.
Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. 
Roy, Eddy (I501)
 
57 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 262B line 86 shows Philomene as age 60, living with her son Onesime. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Castonguay, Philomène (I500)
 
58 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 263A line 12 shows Luc as age 11 months. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. His name was not provided by family members, so he may have died fairly young. Gagnon, Luc Camille (I19123)
 
59 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 263A line 2 shows Laurette as age 5. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Gagnon, Lorette (I6092)
 
60 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 263A line 3 shows Rella as age 3. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Gagnon, Rella (I6094)
 
61 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 263A line 4 shows Germaine as age 1. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Gagnon, Germaine (I6093)
 
62 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 263A line 8 shows Leonard as age 17. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Gagnon, Leonard (I5891)
 
63 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 263A line 9 shows Patrick as age 11. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Gagnon, Patrick (I19936)
 
64 !CENSUS: 1920 US Census for Frenchville Maine, Series T625 Roll 638 Page 263A line 9 shows Patrick as age 11. Census was taken 9 Jan 1920. Gagnon, Patrick (I5890)
 
65 !CENSUS: 1930 U.S. Census, Maine, Aroostook County, Caribou, E.D. 2-9 sheet 20A (Series T626 Roll 627 Page 36A) line 13 shows Thomas as renting in Caribou, age 39 married at age 22. Côté, Thomas Paul (I83)
 
66 !CENSUS: Clark, James & Lisa included the following notes on Salomee from US 1910 census -- Francois was a farmer living in Fort Kent and became a naturalized citizen in 1853. Joseph is the only one still living at home.

!CENSUS: 1900 U.S. Census for Town of Fort Kent, E D 20, sheet 6, Aroostook County, Maine line 16, dwelling 86, family 86 (Series T623 Roll 589 Page 23A)

!CENSUS: 1920 U.S. Census for Town of Fort Kent, E D 23, sheet 8. Aroostook Count, Maine line 12, dwelling 99, family 105 (Series T625 Roll 638 page 235A) shows Francis as age 75 
Corbin, François (I512)
 
67 !CENSUS: He appeared in the 1850 US census in Madawaska Plantation, Maine. Listed as Anthony Gorme, 32 years old, laborer, born in Canada, living with wife Ortan and children Judie (4), Phillip (2), and Mary (2 months).
(data as of 1 Jun 1850). (Madawaska Plantation), p.308.

He appeared on the census in 1860 in Township 18, Range 5, Aroostook, Maine, listed as a farmer, age 40, value of real estate $700, value of personal estate $750, born in Canada, living with wife Ortans and children Antoine (age 15), Julie (14), Philip (12), Mary (10), Joseph (7), Peter (5), Annri (3), and Ortans (7 months). (Township 18, Range 5), p.528.

He appeared on the census in 1880 in Frenchville, Maine. Listed as age 63, farmer, couldn't read or write, born in Canada, living with wife Artence and children Peter (age 25), Hanri (20), Mitchel (18), and Julia (32). (Frenchville, ED#200), p.43. 
Gagnon, Antoine (I2848)
 
68 !CENSUS: Martin was 19 at the time of the 1667 census according to web site http://www.cafe.rapidus.net/gaegauth/biographie%20claude%20poulin.htm Poulin, Martin (I11059)
 
69 !CENSUS: Shown as Annri Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 23 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 4 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Lauzier, Henri (I19335)
 
70 !CENSUS: Shown as Antoine Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 21 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 8 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Lauzier, Louis Marie Antoine (I19337)
 
71 !CENSUS: Shown as Benj. Burgoine on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 517 Ln 39 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 79 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Bourgoin, Benjamin (I958)
 
72 !CENSUS: Shown as Edwd. Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 27 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 54 w/6 children Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Roy, Edouard (I5541)
 
73 !CENSUS: Shown as Femis Burgoine on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 518 Ln 2 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 31 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Martin, Euphemie (I955)
 
74 !CENSUS: Shown as Fred. Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 24 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 3 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Lauzier, Frédéric (I19334)
 
75 !CENSUS: Shown as Jere. LaVique on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 528 Ln 18 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 29 with 3 children. Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Levesque, Germain (I1272)
 
76 !CENSUS: Shown as Joseph Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 25 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 9/12 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Lauzier, Louis André Joseph (I19333)
 
77 !CENSUS: Shown as Mary A. Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 28 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 54 w/6 children Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Dionne, Marie Anne Scholastique (I5583)
 
78 !CENSUS: Shown as Mary Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 20 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 10 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Lauzier, Marie (I19338)
 
79 !CENSUS: Shown as Maryan Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 22 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 6 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Lauzier, Anne (I19336)
 
80 !CENSUS: Shown as Raphael Burgoine on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 518 Ln 1 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 40 w/4 children Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Bourgoin, Raphaël (I954)
 
81 !CENSUS: Shown as Talie LaVique on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 528 Ln 19 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 27 with 3 children. Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Cyr, Nathalie (I1252)
 
82 !CENSUS: Shown as Thomas Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 29 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 22 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Lauzier, Georges Thomas (I7712)
 
83 !CENSUS: Shown as Thomas Lougie on 1860 US Census for T18 R5 page 520 Ln 30 for Aroostook Maine, Microfilm Real M653-434 listed as age 19 Information extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com Lauzier, Napoleon (I7694)
 
84 !CENSUS: US 1850 Census for Van Buren Maine page 134a LN 19 HN 27 FN 27 shows name as John B. King, age 46 with wife and 9 children. Occupation shown as farmer. Popup indicates he is the son of Charles Roy and Helene Martin and was married at St Basile on 30 Jun 1828. Transcription of census on Chip Gagnon's web site at http://upperstjohn.com/1850/vanburen1-47.htm. Roy, Jean Baptiste (I7842)
 
85 !CENSUS: US 1850 Census for Van Buren Maine page 134a LN 22 HN 27 FN 27 shows name as Ellen King, age 20. Transcription of census on Chip Gagnon's web site at http://upperstjohn.com/1850/vanburen1-47.htm. Roy, Hélène (I13003)
 
86 !CENSUS: US 1850 Census for Van Buren Maine page 134a LN 23 HN 27 FN 27 shows name as Breno King, age 18. Transcription of census on Chip Gagnon's web site at http://upperstjohn.com/1850/vanburen1-47.htm. Roy, Bruno (I13005)
 
87 !CENSUS: US 1850 Census for Van Buren Maine page 134a LN 24 HN 27 FN 27 shows name as John B. King, JR age 17. Transcription of census on Chip Gagnon's web site at http://upperstjohn.com/1850/vanburen1-47.htm. Roy, Jean Baptiste (I13006)
 
88 !CENSUS: US 1850 Census for Van Buren Maine page 134a LN 25 HN 27 FN 27 shows name as Desire King, age 13. Transcription of census on Chip Gagnon's web site at http://upperstjohn.com/1850/vanburen1-47.htm. Roy, Desiré (I7840)
 
89 !CENSUS: US 1850 Census for Van Buren Maine page 134a LN 27 HN 27 FN 27 shows name as Elias King, age 8. Transcription of census on Chip Gagnon's web site at http://upperstjohn.com/1850/vanburen1-47.htm. Roy, Elie (I13009)
 
90 !CENSUS: US Census for 1860 as posted on web by Chip Gagnon on website http://upperstjohn.com/1860/T14R6.htm census page 456 for Township 15 Range 7 as enumerated by J.S. Gilman on June 22nd, 1860 on line 5 through line 17 Dwelling 145 Family 143 shows family as Nedeau Sefrot age 58 M, farmer, Nedeau Margaret age 44 F, Priscella age 17 F, Joseph age 16 M, Sefrot age 14 M, Theophilus age 13 M, Napoleon age 11 M, Sophie age 9 F, Margaret age 8 F, Josephine age 6 F, Delia age 4 F, Cynthe age 2 F, Bridget age 1/12 F.

!CENSUS: US Census for 1850 as posted on web by Chip Gagnon on website http://upperstjohn.com/1850/portagelake.htm page 123b as enumerated on 26th of Aug 1850 by B. Cummings shows family on line 7 through 13 as Neddo Sefroid age 47 M farmer, Neddo Margaret age 31 F, Prissilla age 6 F, Joseph age 6 M, Sefroid age 5 M, Theopholious age 3 M, Napolion age 1 M. 
Nadeau, Sifroid (I70)
 
91 !CHECK - burial date. A Pierre Soussi was buried on 27 May 1764 at St Louis, Kamouraska at age 66. Soucy, Pierre (I175)
 
92 !CHR & BURIAL: St Louis, Kamouraska parish register. LDS film #1288653

!NOTE: Father is listed as Jean Roy de paincour 
Roy, Antoine (I10617)
 
93 !CHR: LDS Ancestral File. Tibaut, Angélique (I1107)
 
94 !CHR: St Francois, Madawaska, N.B. register. FHL film #0859895 item 1, page 37
Godparents indicated as Edouard Galbert and Lucie Vaillancourt. 
Soucy, Leda "Ella" (I5282)
 
95 !CHR: St Louis, Kamouraska parish register. FHL film #1288653 Voisine, Marie Ursule (I10621)
 
96 !CHR: St Louis, Kamouraska parish register. FHL film #1288653 Roy, Marie Ursule (I10620)
 
97 !CHR: St Louis, Kamouraska parish register. LDS film #1288652

!NOTE: Father is listed as Jean Roy de paincour 
Roy, Marie Geneviève (I10616)
 
98 !CHR: St Louis, Kamouraska parish register. LDS film #1288652 Roy, Jean Baptiste (I10615)
 
99 !CHR: St Louis, Kamouraska parish register. LDS film #1288652 Roy, François Pascal (I10614)
 
100 !CHR: St Louis, Kamouraska parish register. LDS film #1288652 Roy, Marie Perpétue (I10613)
 
101 !CHR: St Louis, Kamouraska parish register. LDS film #1288653. Roy, Benjamin (I10624)
 
102 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I11191)
 
103 !DEATH: Jeff died as a result of an automobile accident.

!VETERAN: Jeff was a Vietnam veteran. He was entitled to wear the Bronze Star with V device for Valor, the Purple Heart, the Air Medal, the Army Commendation, the Good Conduct, the National Defense Service, the Vietnam service, and the Republic of Vietnam Campaign medals and the Combat Infantry Badge (CIB). 
Saucier, Donald Jeff (I115)
 
104 !DEATH: Michelle died as a result of a car accident. Labbe, Michelle (I143)
 
105 !DEED: State of Maine and Massachusetts to Jean Baptiste Roy
Lot #22 Vol 5 p160 Fort Kent Registry of Deeds
Lot #1 Vol 5 p162 Fort Kent Registry of Deeds 
Roy, Jean Baptiste (I183)
 
106 !DERTH: Rene Jette Dictionnaire genealogiques des familles du Quebec p448 Faure, Louise (I11323)
 
107 !ERRATA in Roy Family Reunion Genealogy page 212 #2894 indicated born 21 Jul 1913 in Riviere Verte, New Brunswick. Corrected to 8 Feb 1891 in St Modeste, Province Quebec. Married 28 Oct 1931 in Riviere Verte, New Brunswick was corrected to 13 Jun 1910 in St Basile, Madawaska, New Brunswick. Added died 20 Oct 1969 in Riviere Verte, New Brunswick, Canada per Maurice Roy and Genealogie Familles des Roy by Jean Marie Roy page 4. Roy, Clément (I6758)
 
108 !ERRATA in Roy Family Reunion Genealogy page 212 #2894 indicated married Delina Guerette 28 Oct 1931 in Riviere Verte. Corrected to 13 Jun 1910 in St Basile. Page 212 also indicated she was born 20 Jun 1909 in St Basile, New Brunswick, Canada. Corrected to born 28 Feb 1895 in Caribou, Aroostook, Maine. Page 212 also indicated she died on 29 Oct 1977 in Edmunston. Corrected to 17 Aug 1931 in Riviere Verte per Maurice Roy at Roy Family Reunion. Information also in Genealogie Familles des Roy by Jean Marie Roy pg 4. Guerrette, Delina (I5577)
 
109 !ERRATA: The Roy Family Reunion Genealogy book erroneously shows the name as Françoise Cyrille on pages 46, 51, and 58. Roy, François Cyrille (I1507)
 
110 !ERRATA: Bouchard Genealogy Vol I page 686 indicates birthdate as 14 Oct 1920 and erroneously shows death as 25 Jul 1940.

!VETERAN: Leopold is a World War II veteran. Obituary indicates that he drowned while swimming the Moselle River, Epinal, France on 25 Jun 1945 as a member of the 82nd Airborne Div, 325th Glider Infantry. According to Carroll Bouchard Leopold was crossing the Moselle River to become part of the Occupation force in Germany and his boat or canoe capsized. 
Roy, Leopold (I1478)
 
111 !ERRATA: Name changed from Guillaume to Nicolas based on web site at http://www.genealogie.com/dgo/dgo-miv.html which shows Nicolas as conseiller du roi, ayant fief Villers-les-Rigault; pre de Gabriel Lesueur, seigneur de Monny; d avant 02-06-1545 (inventaire aprs dcs), m avant 05-10-1518 (HRCF 1 2404: 27-06-1514; 1 2405: 05-10-1518; 1 2408: 23-07-1597; IAD) (Note this web site is no longer at this URL). Lesueur, Nicolas (I4840)
 
112 !ERRATA: Roy Family Reunion Genealogy page 211 #2880 shows married 4 Aug 1880 in St Arsene, Province Quebec. Genealogie Familles des Roy by Jean Marie Roy on page 4 shows marriage as on 10 Jun 1878 while on page 16 as on 4 Aug 1880 at St Modeste, Province Quebec Roy, Joseph (I6750)
 
113 !FACT: George Desjardins is the author of Antoine Roy dit Desjardins (1635-1684) Desjardins, George (I768)
 
114 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I48)
 
115 !LAND: Barnabe Gaignon bought a farm on 28 Dec 1565 in the village called La Gaignonnière in the forest of Perche, between Tourouvre and la Ventrouze, from Gervais Roger and Marion Aubert. He also own an inn (auberge) at the same place according to Chip Gagnon's page on Barnabé Gaignon and Françoise Creste Gagnon, Barnabé (I1048)
 
116 !LAND: Dionne, J. (1741-1779) 30 Aug 1751 file entry obtained from Notary records on the web at http://www.cdnq.orq/indparc.html indicates the sale of land located on the "Riviere des Caps" by Pierre Roy, habitant, and Marguerite Boucher, his spouse of Camouraska, to Michel Boucher, habitant of the Rivieres des Capes, their brother in law. Doc # 17510830PA009179 Boucher, Michel (I1911)
 
117 !LAND: Dionne, J. (1741-1779) 5 Mar 1743 file entry obtained from Notary records on the web at http://www.cdnq.orq/indparc.html indicates the sale of land situated in the seigneurie of La Pocatier, parish of Ste Anne, by Joseph Meneux de Chateauneuf, lieutentant of the militia in the Aulnest Company, parish of St Roch and Marie Anne Lizot, his spouse, living in the parish of Ste Anne to Augustin Roy dit Losier, Captain of the lalitia in the seigneurie of La Pocatiere, parish of Ste Anne, living in the parish. Doc # 17430305PA008751 Meneux, Joseph (I11367)
 
118 !LAND: Dionne, J. (1741-1779) 5 Mar 1743 file entry obtained from Notary records on the web at http://www.cdnq.orq/indparc.html indicates the sale of land situated in the seigneurie of La Pocatier, parish of Ste Anne, by Joseph Meneux de Chateauneuf, lieutentant of the militia in the Aulnest Company, parish of St Roch and Marie Anne Lizot, his spouse, living in the parish of Ste Anne to Augustin Roy dit Losier, Captain of the lalitia in the seigneurie of La Pocatiere, parish of Ste Anne, living in the parish. Doc # 17430305PA008751 Lizot, Marie Anne (I3194)
 
119 !LAND: He appears in the 1831 Census taken by Deane and Kavanaugh living on land north of the St John River across from the current border of Fort Kent and Frenchville, where he owned land fronting on the river 60 rods wide (approximately 330 yards), had a house and a barn and 15 acres of cleared land. Data from Chip Gagnon's web site http://upperstjohn.com/nellie/d291.htm#P669 Cyr, Hilaire (I1794)
 
120 !LAND: Shown as owning Lot No 130 of 124.75 acres in Township No. 18, Range 5 on web site at http://upperstjohn.com/aroostook/1845land.htm

!CENSUS: 1830 U.S. Census, Maine, Penobscot, Madawaska Settlement (Series M19 Roll 51 Page 380) line 6 shows David Nadeau as age 20 to 30 with his wife as age 15 and 20 (or 20 to 30) with 2 sons and 2 daughters under 5 years old. 
Nadeau, David (I839)
 
121 !LAND: Shown as owning Lot No 133 of 113.69 acres in Township No. 18, Range 5 on web site at http://upperstjohn.com/aroostook/1845land.htm Daigle, Sylvain (I16789)
 
122 !LAND: Shown as owning Lot No 151 of 116.29 acres and Lot No 153 of 127.82 acres in Township No. 18, Range 5 on web site at http://upperstjohn.com/aroostook/1845land.htm Daigle, François (I16805)
 
123 !LAND: Shown as owning Lot No 159 of 126.27 acres with his wife Elizabeth in Township No. 18, Range 5 subject to a road 4 rods wide reserved on the N.W. side on web site at http://upperstjohn.com/aroostook/1845land.htm Daigle, Regis (I16804)
 
124 !LAND: Shown as owning Lot No 180 of 114.58 acres in Township No. 18, Range 5 (now Frenchville) on web site at http://upperstjohn.com/aroostook/1845land.htm See the Frenchville middle map. Lisotte, Joseph (I4842)
 
125 !LAND: Sifroy Nadeau is shown as owning land on the west point formed by the St. John and Fish Rivers since 1821 in the Deanne and Kavanagh report. Land is described as 60 rods front. Sifroy is shown as living with his father-in-law Jos. Michaud. Extracted from Chip Gagnon's web site at http://upperstjohn.com/aroostook/deane-kavsouth.htm

!CENSUS: US Census for 1860 as posted on web by Chip Gagnon on website http://upperstjohn.com/1860/T14R6.htm census page 456 for Township 15 Range 7 as enumerated by J.S. Gilman on June 22nd, 1860 on line 5 through line 17 Dwelling 145 Family 143 shows family as Nedeau Sefrot age 58 M, farmer, Nedeau Margaret age 44 F, Priscella age 17 F, Joseph age 16 M, Sefrot age 14 M, Theophilus age 13 M, Napoleon age 11 M, Sophie age 9 F, Margaret age 8 F, Josephine age 6 F, Delia age 4 F, Cynthe age 2 F, Bridget age 1/12 F.

!CENSUS: US Census for 1850 as posted on web by Chip Gagnon on website http://upperstjohn.com/1850/portagelake.htm page 123b as enumerated on 26th of Aug 1850 by B. Cummings shows family on line 7 through 13 as Neddo Sefroid age 47 M farmer, Neddo Margaret age 31 F, Prissilla age 6 F, Joseph age 6 M, Sefroid age 5 M, Theopholious age 3 M, Napolion age 1 M. 
Nadeau, Sifroi (I75)
 
126 !LINEAGE: Web site at http://habitant.org/baillon/index-original.htm indicates that The chronology makes it very unlikely that Gille de Thiembronne, the daughter of Jean de Thiembronne, is really a daughter of Jean Bournel, seigneur de Thiembronne. We have discovered that there seems to be another Thiembronne family, distinct from the Bournrl de Thiembronne family, living in the same time and place. Therefore she is not a descendant of Marguerite de Craon. Consequentially, Catherine Baillon does not descend from Charlemagne through this lineage. de Thiembronne, Gillette (I5148)
 
127 !LOCATION: Chip indicates that sometimes between the summer of 1831 and November 1833 Prospere and his family moved from Kamouraska to the St John River Valley.

!CENSUS: He appeared in November 1833 in the 1833 New Brunswick Special Census of Madawaska as Prosper Gagione, living in the Settlement of Madawaska, on the right (south) bank of the St.John River, with his wife, three sons and two daughters, as a tenant. He possessed no livestock, had sown and grown no crops that year or in previous years. He is described as a laborer, as "poor" and "requiring assistance," and "in need of immediate relief." 
Gagnon, Prospere (I3097)
 
128 !LOCATION: Marriage entry for son Joseph indicates they were living in Augusta, ME. Poulin, François (I950)
 
129 !LOCATION: Robert Drouin vit à Les Tuileries, hameau de la paroisse Le Pin-la-Garenne, au sud de Mortagne, sur la route de Bellême according to Racines Percherons web site. Picture of Drouin house saved at D:\Download\GenealogyPages\Drouin\m_drouin30.JPG Drouin, Robert (I3397)
 
130 !LOCATION: St Etienne de Chaix, arrondissement de Fontenay-le-Comte, Vendée, (ancient province of Poitou), France Boucher, Quatrin (I900)
 
131 !LOCATION: St. Pierre de la Gravelle, today Monviette, department of Calvados, ancient provide of Normandy. Montviette is 11 miles southwest of the city of Lisieux. Lizot, Guillaume (I633)
 
132 !MARRAGE: Pierre Leclercq "Antoine Roy et Set Descendants en France et au Canada" published in Les Souches, Association des Familles Roy d'Amerique, Vol 4 No 2 Mar 1999, page 17. Guvou, Marie (I18633)
 
133 !MARRAGE: Pierre Leclercq "Antoine Roy et Set Descendants en France et au Canada" published in Les Souches, Association des Familles Roy d'Amerique, Vol 4 No 2 Mar 1999, page 17. Perrier, Jean Baptiste (I18630)
 
134 !MARRAGE: Pierre Leclercq "Antoine Roy et Set Descendants en France et au Canada" published in Les Souches, Association des Familles Roy d'Amerique, Vol 4 No 2 Mar 1999, page 17. Maure, Elisabeth (I18627)
 
135 !MARRIAGE, DEATH & BURIAL: Antoine Roy dit Desjardins (1635-1684) p 138 Roy, Marc Antoine (I1087)
 
136 !Marriage: Langlois Dictionnaire genealogique du Madawaska Thibodeau, Madeleine (I1650)
 
137 !MILITARY: Lucien is a veteran of World War II. He served in the U.S. Navy where he was a deep sea diver. He was part of the Phillippine liberation force where his ship was sunk. Lucien lived with shrapnel in his leg the rest of his life, since he refused to let the doctors amputate his leg. In order to enlist in the Navy, Lucien got Vincent Shaw and Delia Dube, who is his real aunt, to adopt him and sign the enlistment papers. His real father was a Plourde.

Lucien graduated from the U.S. Naval Training Station in Sampson, NY as part of Company 344 on 14 Jan 1944. 
Shaw, Lucien (I97)
 
138 !NAME: Joseph Syron dit Michaud in marriage entry.

!ORIGIN: St Patrice, Riviere du Loup in marriage entry. 
Syron, Joseph (I1893)
 
139 !NAME: Given name shown as Agathe in daughter Marie Osite Nadeau's baptism. Pelletier, Marie Léocade (I4271)
 
140 !NAME: Joseph according to Sally Bouchard's letter 19 Apr 1992 Soucy, Hercule "Joseph" (I5322)
 
141 !NAME: Ray Miller's PAF database shows name as Jean Baptiste

!MARRIAGE: Removed marriage to Rosalie Thibodeau in 1761 per email from George Findlen 2/26/2007 6:38 PM which indicates "the parish register for Sainte Famille on Île d'Orléans. His marriage to Hélène Godin was his first. The key is that there is no reference to his being a widower, an almost universal component of the marriage entry formula in second marriages. In addition, there is no parish register entry anywhere showing a marriage between Jean-Balthazar Martin and Rosalie Thibodeau. His will makes mention of no children other than those he had with Hélène Godin and Marie-Anne Levasseur." 
Martin, Jean Bathazar (I3074)
 
142 !NAME: Shown as Saucier in Sainte Luce parish registers Lozier, Joseph Eugene (I19366)
 
143 !Note: Pierre's baptism was never found in Batiscan or Champlain, however the 1681 census Vol 6, p 151 at Batiscan lists him as age 12. Pierre was a cooper like his father and also a carpenter.

!MARRIAGE: Pierre signed both his marriage contract and the parish register entry as Pierre Le Roy. Contrat G. Rageot 29 Jan 1691

!ERRATA: Roy Genealogy Book Page 5 (#9) Pierre next married (3) Marie Delugre 12 Aug 1765 in Varennes corrected to 30 Oct 1727 in Repentigny. Per Genealogie Familles des Roy by Jean Marie Roy page 4 and George Desjardins, s.j. Antoine Roy dit Desjardins (1635-1684) page 74.

!DEBTS: Dionne, J. (1741-1779) entry on 29 Jan 1745 in Notary Records on the web at http://www/cdnq.org/indparc.html shows a "Quittance" from Jean Baptiste dit Desjardin, habitant, and Marie Madeleine Michaud, his spouse, of Grand Camourasca to Jean Lebel, habitant of Petit Camourasca. Doc # 17450129PA008817 
Roy, Pierre (I203)
 
144 !NOTE: (n'est pas Catherine Lemaistre m Jean Luillier et fille de Jean & Jeanne Huauls parce que Jean, epoux de Catherine, est decede avant 02-05-1511) (Guillaume Blanchard, Genealogies des presidends de Paris et des conseillers du parlement de Paris jusqu'en 1712, mss. microfile LDS no 656808 from web site at http://www.genealogie.com/dgo/dgo-miv.html. (Note this web site is no longer at this location.) LeMaistre, Louise (I5220)
 
145 !NOTE: 1998 Nadeau Family Reunion Genealogy page 63 col 1 indicates he was the witch doctor of his tribe Hautbois, Almond (I12187)
 
146 !NOTE: 1998 Nadeau Family Reunion Genealogy page 74 col 3 shows adopted by Laurent Dumas and Madeleine Roy Dumas, Charles (I12192)
 
147 !NOTE: 1998 Nadeau Family Reunion Genealogy shows birth as 28 Feb 1672, baptism as 13 Mar 1672 and death as 14 Mar 1672 at Ste Famille, Ile d'Orleans Nadeau, Adrien (I1279)
 
148 !NOTE: 50th Anniversary picture in Mom's scrap book Tardie, Alcide (I24)
 
149 !NOTE: Affectionately called "Ti-Oui" Bouchard, Jean Louis (I1232)
 
150 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9619)
 
151 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9618)
 
152 !NOTE: Ancetre d'Etienne Parent et du Cardinal Leger Royer, Gerard Paul Oscar (I9741)
 
153 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9723)
 
154 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9721)
 
155 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9719)
 
156 !NOTE: Ancetre de Thomas Chapais et de Louis Frechette Plamondon, Moïse Joseph Pierre (I9626)
 
157 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9613)
 
158 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9623)
 
159 !NOTE: Anne was a nursing Sister at Hotel Dieu of Quebec. She took her vows on 8 Sep 1699. Côté, Anne (I2154)
 
160 !NOTE: Benoit occupied the original land granted to Augustin Roy dit Lauzier at Ste Anne de la Pocatiere until the 1970's. Roy, Benoît (I9594)
 
161 !NOTE: Catherine had abjured Protestantism the day before her marriage. Basset, Catherine (I1932)
 
162 !NOTE: Cleophas Soucy was living in BIC in 1861 according to entry in Noel Montgomery Elliot The French Canadians 1600-1900 Soucy, Cleophas (I7)
 
163 !NOTE: Cuyer, valet de chambre du Roi, sieur de la Fons, sgr de Souville en Gatinois, d avant 30-12-1607, m ct 30-03-1554 Chapelain (Paris). D'Hozier 4 129; DLC 5 3] from web site at http://www.genealogie.com/dgo/dgo-miv.html de Chabot, Antoine sieur de La Fond (I19294)
 
164 !NOTE: Elizabeth became a sister per Cote Book on page 288. She was born in 1677 not in 1674, and is possibly a twin to Marie who married Andre Ladienne. Côté, Elisabeth (I2153)
 
165 !NOTE: From Chip Gagnon's St John Valley web site at http://upperstjohn.com/Dionne/d789.htm#P790 Henri was ordained as a priest on 15 June 1840. Although he had originally planned to become a missionary among the native nations in Red River (Manitoba), he instead was sent by his superiors to the Madawaska settlement. Dionne, Henri (I19142)
 
166 !NOTE: Guerty was the oldest female Roy relative at the Roy Reunion July 3, 1994 Morin, Gertrude (I2585)
 
167 !NOTE: Heros de la Riviere-Ouelle Bouchard, Emma (I9608)
 
168 !NOTE: Identified as Francois Violette on his son, Francois' marriage entry to Marie Luce Thibodeau, but is identified as Charles Francois in his own marriage entry to Marie Anne Soudois Godin on page 138

!ORIGIN: Francois arrived on l'Interpide in Louisburg, Nova Scotia in 1749 with his parents Charles Violet and Marie David. Charles was listed in the Louisbourg as a "couvreur de toits" -- a roofer. 
Violette, Charles François (I1653)
 
169 !NOTE: In 1785 Joseph Daigle led the first contingent on Acadians to their opening of Madawaska Settlement. Daigle, Joseph Simon (I1951)
 
170 !NOTE: Jean Baptiste was first married to Genevieve Levasseur (1740-1765) on 14 Nov, 1757 at Kamouraska. Bourgoin, Jean Baptiste (I1921)
 
171 !NOTE: Jean was Sieur de Montbrun. Boucher, Jean (I487)
 
172 !NOTE: José founded "La Grande Decharge" which is now Fort Kent in 1829. He had six children with Flavie L. Martin, all of whom were girls. (Fort Kent Centenial 1869 - 1969, page 2, which contains a picture of José)

!ERRATA: Corrections from 'The Nadeaus of Fort Kent' by Guy Dubay in the St John Valley Times on Jun 21, 1995 - Jose married Sepraphine Martin, Flavie's older sister in 1834. Flavie married Romain Michaud, Jose's step-brother. Jose next married Elisa (Alice) White, daughter of Michael White and Mary Kavanaugh, who are both buried in the old cemetary across from St Louis. 
Nadeau, Joseph (I611)
 
173 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I46)
 
174 !NOTE: Langlois LDS Film #1429805 page 313 shows name as Pierre Jobin. Rene Jette LDS Fiche #6049365 (#5) page 348 indicates correct names as Pierre Dandonneau and Francoise Jobin. Dandonneau, Pierre (I5390)
 
175 !NOTE: Louis disappeared on 18 Jun 1661 in an Indian massacre according to LaForest, Thomas; Our French Canadian Ancestors Vol XII page 127-136. Gagnier, Louis (I1595)
 
176 !NOTE: Louis left the village of Le Tanu in the summer of 1751. He signed on as a ship's boy aboard the French fishing ship Revenge. From the ship's log we know that Louis was 20 years old, was short and had dark hair. This was Louis' first voyage and he disembarked at the Gaspe on 21 Sep 1751. Louis was a farmer ("Cultivateur") in Kamouraska. La Croix, Louis (I1553)
 
177 !NOTE: Marguerite was a nursing sister at Hotel Dieu of Quebec. She took her vows on 17 Aug 1694. Côté, Marguerite (I2152)
 
178 !NOTE: Marie Boucher's children from her marriage to Jacques Tiboutot after her marriage to Francois Hautein (Autin) took the name Hautein-Tiboutot. Thiboutot, Adrien (I437)
 
179 !NOTE: Marie was a nursing sister at Hotel Dieu of Quebec. She took her vows on Jan 17 1696. Côté, Marie (I2187)
 
180 !NOTE: Marie was the widow of David Corbin. Per Bob Chenard, in
Le Farog Forum, Jan/Feb 1993, page 20 
Parent, Marie (I1073)
 
181 !NOTE: Marin had 7 children with his first wife, Julienne Baril. Only Francois survived and migrated to Canada in 1634 at age 16 per Eloi Gerard Talbot Genealogie des familles originaires des comtes de Montmagny, l'Islet, Bellechasse, Vol II page 209

!CENSUS: 1666 Beauport, P.Q. shows Marin as age 77, occupation as mason and habitant

!ORIGIN: Shown as ville Mortagne, eveche Sees, Perche arrondisement Mortagne, Orne on Programme de Recherche en Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp?54932) 
Boucher, Marin (I1015)
 
182 !NOTE: Married before witnesses. Marriage blessed 16 Aug 1789. Lausier, Prosper (I6442)
 
183 !NOTE: Monsignor Fernando was ordained in 1940 and ministered to the Cajuns in Louisiana.

!BURIAL: Monsignor Fernando is buried next to the entrance of the crypt at the church in Breaux Bridge, Lousiana 
Roy, Fernando (I2267)
 
184 !NOTE: Philippe was a shoemaker at Chateau Richer according to the Census of 14 Sep 1667

!ORIGIN: Shown as Notre Dame, ville Montreuil sur Mer, eveche Amiens, Picardie, arrondissement Montreuil sur Mer, Pas de Calais on Programme de Recherche de Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp) 
Destroismaisons, Philippe (I5332)
 
185 !NOTE: Pierre signed an indenture of servitude to Pierre Boucher, Sieur de Gros Bois on 17 Jun 1662 at La Rochelle at age 18. Dancosse, Pierre (I1054)
 
186 !NOTE: Pierre was Seigneur de St. Barnabe Le Page, Pierre (I11490)
 
187 !NOTE: Priscille raised Grandpa Ernest Nadeau. 1900 U.S. Census lists Ernest Nadeau as living with this household. Francois Marquis is deceased at this time Francois, their son is listed as head of household. Nadeau, Marie Priscille (I1247)
 
188 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9513)
 
189 !NOTE: Renée arrived in Canada before 1640 with her three sons: Mathurin, Jean and Pierre, based on Jean's marriage on 29 July 1640 . Roger, Renée (I1045)
 
190 !NOTE: Roland drown in Long Lake the morning of his neice's wedding. Bouchard, Roland (I1214)
 
191 !NOTE: Seigneur de Brezolles. BN, Dossiers Bleus 601, pour son ascendance. de La Saussaye, Jean (I5154)
 
192 !NOTE: Seigneur de la Boissiere, parish of Goupilliers, near Montfort-l'Amaury. Vaultier, Barthelemi (I5178)
 
193 !NOTE: Seigneur de Paponville en Beauce. Bizet, Jean seigneur de Paponville (or Raponville (I5021)
 
194 !NOTE: Seigneur de Torrettes au Comte de Nice. DLC 5 1 from web site at http://www.genealogie.com/dgo/dgo-miv.html seigneur de Tourrettes, de Peillon, de La Roque St-Andr, et de Chteauneuf on web site at http://habitant.org/baillon/lascaris.htm de Chabot, Jean seigneur de Tourrettes (I19293)
 
195 !NOTE: Soldier and tailor.. Mignot, Nicolas (I1566)
 
196 !NOTE: Surname also PILOY on LDS Ancestral File, or Pitoy per Sally Bouchard's letter dated 28 Dec 1994 Pitie, Françoise (I911)
 
197 !NOTE: The Pierre Guilbeau family were among the 226 passengers of the Pembroke who valiantly seized the ship and returned it to the St John River in early 1756. Guilbaut, Pierre (I2890)
 
198 !NOTE: Their son Rene was the notary immortalized in Longfellow's Evangeline. Le Blanc, René (I1811)
 
199 !NOTE: Tombstone in Ste Luce, Frenchville, Maine shows birth as 1885 Roy, William B. (I304)
 
200 !NOTE: Twin to Anne.. Côté, boy (I3054)
 
201 !OCCUPATION: [1535; Sieur de la Motte d'Esgry (ou des Gris); avait le fief de Neufmouline, partie de La Herelle, canton de Breteuil (Oise); hommage pour ce fief 05-03-1553 ou il est dit fils et heritier de feu Imbert Luillier (Leon Mirot, Inventaire analytique des hommages rendus la chambre de France, (Melun, 1932), p. 393, item 4080; communication d'Yves Gagne] from web site at http://www.genealogie.com/dgo/dgo-miv.html (Note this web site is no longer anchored here.) Lhuillier, Jean (I4834)
 
202 !OCCUPATION: Bourgeois de Chartres.

!NOTE: (fils de Guy selon D'Hozier 7 65, mais denue de preuves selon MSGCF 1 37 at web site http://www.genealogie.com/dgo/dgo-miv.html 
Baillon, Mathurin (I4793)
 
203 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9621)
 
204 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9617)
 
205 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9674)
 
206 !OCCUPATION: Henry was postmaster of Fort Kent for twelve years. He was the owner of a blacksmith shop and a general store. Nadeau, Henry W (I10598)
 
207 !OCCUPATION: Jean was a mason according to Tanquay, Cyprien Dictionnaire Genealogique Vol II p 71

!ORIGIN: Shown as St Langis les Mortagne, eveche Sees, Perche arrondisement Mortagne, Orne on Programme de Recherche en Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp?54932) 
Boucher, Jean Galeran (I732)
 
208 !OCCUPATION: Joseph was the first Fire Chief from 1919 until his death. Nadeau, Joseph Henry (I10608)
 
209 !OCCUPATION: Man of arms for Count of Penthievre. See Moreri, page 14, for ascendance. Gaillard, Jean (I5193)
 
210 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9654)
 
211 !OCCUPATION: Mathurin was a tailor in Sillery, near Quebec.

!CENSUS: 1666 Sillery, P.Q. shows Mathurin as age 43, occupation as tailor and habittant 
Trut, Mathurin (I827)
 
212 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9296)
 
213 !OCCUPATION: Rose Roy was a school teacher in Wallagrass and Upper Frenchville. She was also a postmaster. Roy, Rose (I309)
 
214 !OCCUPATION: Sieur de Valence, Notaire et secretaire du Roi 1504-1507, greffier au Parlement de Rouen. Baillon, Adam seigneur de Valence (I5156)
 
215 !OCCUPATION: Thomas LaForest: "The Carignan Regiment", Heritage Quest, Vol 24 Sep 1989, page 24. Pierre was a soldier in Carignan-Salieres Regiment in Company Grandfointaine. La Croix, François (I2308)
 
216 !ORIGIN: Jean Trudel vivait à La Chevairie, hameau de la paroisse de Parfondeval, à environ 5 kms au sud de Mortagne according to the Racines Percheronnes Web Site at http://racinespercheronnes.free.fr/. Picture of his home was saved in D:\Download\GenealogyPages\Trudel\mv_trudel_files\m_trudel1.jpeg and m_trudel2.jpeg. Trudel, Jean (I16100)
 
217 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9616)
 
218 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9722)
 
219 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9672)
 
220 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9657)
 
221 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9610)
 
222 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9736)
 
223 !ORIGIN: Shown as eveche Lisieux, Normandie, Calvados on Programme de Recherche de Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp) Bellanger, François (I2011)
 
224 !ORIGIN: Shown as indeterminate location in France on Programme de Recherche de Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp) Caron, Robert (I1350)
 
225 !ORIGIN: Shown as l'Hermenault, éveché Maillezais, Poitou arrondisement Fontenay-le-Compte, Vendée on Programme de Recherche de Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp?54932) Ancelin, Rene (I1025)
 
226 !ORIGIN: Shown as Notre Dame de Cogne, eveche la Rochelle, Aunis, arrondisement la Rochelle, Charente Maritime on Programme de Recherche de Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp) Choret, Mathieu (I1118)
 
227 !ORIGIN: Shown as Notre Dame, ville Mortagne, eveche Sees, Perche arrondisement Mortagne, Orne on Programme de Recherche en Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp?54932) Boucher, Gaspard (I4762)
 
228 !ORIGIN: Shown as St Etienne de Chaix, eveche Maillezais, Poitou arrondisement Fontenay le Compte, Vendee on Programme de Recherche en Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp?54932) Boucher, Jean (I896)
 
229 !ORIGIN: Shown as St Germain d'Auxerrois, archeveche Paris, l'Ile de France on Programme de Recherche de Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp?54932) Bernier, Jacques (I997)
 
230 !ORIGIN: Shown as St Germain de Loise today Mortagne, eveche Sees, Perche arrondissement Mortagne, Orne on Programme de Recherche de Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp) Spouse shown as Marie Martin Lescossois Boulay, Robert (I999)
 
231 !ORIGIN: Shown as St Jean, ville Mortagne, eveche Sees, Perche arrondissement Mortagne, Orne on Programme
de Recherche de Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp) Spouse shown as Marie Martin Lescossois 
Cloutier, Jean (I1196)
 
232 !ORIGIN: Shown as ville Mortagne, eveche Maillezais, Perche, today Mortagne sur Sevres, arrondisement la Roche sur Yon, Vendee on Programme de Recherche en Demographie Historique on University of Montreal web site (http://www.genealogy.umontreal.ca/fr/Pionnier.asp?54932) Marquis, Charles (I993)
 
233 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9720)
 
234 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9675)
 
235 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9614)
 
236 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9734)
 
237 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9612)
 
238 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9615)
 
239 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9624)
 
240 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I9733)
 

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