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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. T0002 I1854 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. T0002 I4230 Roy dit Desjardins, Madeleine (I4230)
 
3 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. T0002 I1647 Living (I1647)
 
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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. 
T0001 I21386 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 
T0001 I21387 Salmon, Mary (I21387)
 
6 !BIRTH was 12 May in LDS Ancestral File. 4 Sep 1812 per Joyce B Roy's data. T0004 I15 Couvillon, Adrienne (I15)
 
7 !Burial: Tombstone in St Mary's cemetary in Eagle Lake, Maine T0001 I80 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. T0001 I81 Labbe, Maude "Amanda" (I81)
 
9 !CENSUS: 1666 Beauport census shows Guillaume as age 18 T0001 I4609 Boucher, Guillaume (I4609)
 
10 !CENSUS: 1666 Beauport census shows Jean as age 16 T0001 I3358 Mignot, Jean Aubin (I3358)
 
11 !CENSUS: 1666 Beauport census shows Madeleine as age 11 T0001 I440 Mignot, Madeleine (I440)
 
12 !CENSUS: 1666 Beauport, P.Q. shows Jean as age 38, occupation as tailor and habitant T0001 I445 Mignot, Jean (I445)
 
13 !CENSUS: 1666 Beauport, P.Q. shows Noel as age 60, widower T0001 I449 Langlois, Noël (I449)
 
14 !CENSUS: 1666 Beauport, P.Q. shows Perrine as age 60 T0001 I1016 Mallet, Perrine (I1016)
 
15 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Francoise as age 40 T0001 I903 Le Houx, Françoise (I903)
 
16 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Galleran as age 33

!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) 
T0001 I732 Boucher, Jean Galeran (I732)
 
17 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Magdeleine as age 38 T0001 I2140 Emard, Madeleine (I2140)
 
18 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Marie as age 20 T0001 I1145 Trotin, Marie (I1145)
 
19 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Robert as age 40, occupation as habitant T0001 I902 Paré, Robert (I902)
 
20 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, P.Q. shows Robert as age 50 T0001 I2146 Giguère, Robert (I2146)
 
21 !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) 
T0001 I2139 Cloutier, Zacharie (I2139)
 
22 !CENSUS: 1666 Beaupre, shows Charlotte as age 3. T0001 I937 Cauchon, Charlotte (I937)
 
23 !CENSUS: 1666 Sillery, P.Q. shows Anne as age 35, widow of Jean Nepveu T0001 I1137 Ledet, Anne (I1137)
 
24 !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 T0001 I3467 Terriau, Claude (I3467)
 
25 !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 T0001 I4252 Terriau, Germain (I4252)
 
26 !CENSUS: 1671 census of Port Royal shows Jean Blanchard as age 60, with wife Radegonde Lambert, age 42, and the following children, Martin, 24 (married); Madeleine, 28 (married); Anne, 26 (married); Guillaume, 21; Bernard, 18; and Marie, 15; possessing 12 cattle and 9 sheep and 5 arpents of cultivate land T0001 I3733 Blanchard, Jean (I3733)
 
27 !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 T0001 I1821 Terriau, Jean (I1821)
 
28 !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 T0001 I1369 Nadeau, Bénoni (I1369)
 
29 !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. T0001 I1800 Lizotte, Pierre (I1800)
 
30 !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. T0001 I982 Daigle, Jean Baptiste (I982)
 
31 !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. T0001 I5572 Labrie, Baptiste (I5572)
 
32 !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. T0001 I758 Cyr, Firmin (I758)
 
33 !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. 
T0001 I1675 Jalbert, Edouard (I1675)
 
34 !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. 
T0001 I3006 Caron, François Hubert (I3006)
 
35 !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. 
T0001 I2764 Boucher, Urbain (I2764)
 
36 !CENSUS: 1840 U.S. Census for Waterville on Bob Chenard's web site at http://users.adelphia.net/%7Efrenchcx/1840wtvl.htm T0001 I2763 Boucher, Clothide (I2763)
 
37 !CENSUS: 1840 U.S. Census for Waterville on Bob Chenard's web site at http://users.adelphia.net/%7Efrenchcx/1840wtvl.htm T0001 I2762 Boucher, Joseph (I2762)
 
38 !CENSUS: 1840 U.S. Census for Waterville on Bob Chenard's web site at http://users.adelphia.net/%7Efrenchcx/1840wtvl.htm T0001 I2761 Boucher, Delphine (I2761)
 
39 !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 T0001 I17117 Gagnon, Thomas (I17117)
 
40 !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. 
T0001 I188 Caron, Marie Louise (I188)
 
41 !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. 
T0001 I1406 Boucher, John (I1406)
 
42 !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. 
T0001 I1404 Boucher, Philemon (I1404)
 
43 !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. 
T0001 I1405 Boucher, Charles (I1405)
 
44 !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. 
T0001 I1403 Boucher, William (I1403)
 
45 !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. 
T0001 I1407 Boucher, George (I1407)
 
46 !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 T0001 I835 Roy, Marie Natalie (I835)
 
47 !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 
T0001 I2895 Roy, Clément (I2895)
 
48 !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 
T0001 I2120 Roy, Marie Adelaide (I2120)
 
49 !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. T0001 I2755 Poulin, Anatolie "Sarah" (I2755)
 
50 !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. 
T0001 I659 Boucher, Charles Edouard (I659)
 

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