Ancestors of Wayne Harvey Young


First Generation



 

1. Wayne Harvey Young [1], son of Hayward Joseph Young [2] and Olive Leona May Stone [3], was born in Halifax, Halifax County, NS, Canada and was christened in Eastern Passage, Halifax County, NS, Canada.
 

Noted events in his life were:

• The family relocated from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Newfoundland in the Summer of 1945.

Wayne married Private



 

Second Generation (Parents)



 

2. Hayward Joseph Young [2], son of George F. Young [4] and Mary Francis Tallec [5], was born on 12 Feb 1921 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 10 Mar 1921 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 6 Nov 2008 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 87, and was buried on 10 Nov 2008 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

General Notes:
 

Noted events in his life were:

• Hayward<Name>Baptism: by the Rev P. F. Adams, 10 Mar 1921, St. Stephen's Parish Church, Stephenville, NL, Canada. The sponsors were George Curnew and Mrs. Leo Curnew.

• Hayward Joseph Young served in the Royal Navy between 1939 and 1946.

• Hayward Joseph Young was discharged from the Royal Navy on April 26, 1946.

Hayward married Olive Leona May Stone [3] [MRIN: 1] on 12 Sep 1944 in Halifax, Halifax County, NS, Canada. Olive was born on 21 May 1921 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 11 Jun 1982 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 61, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

1         i.  Wayne Harvey Young [1] (born in Halifax, Halifax County, NS, Canada). Wayne married Private
 

         ii.  Gwendolyn Mary Young [339] was born in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Gwendolyn married Private
 

        iii.  Georgina Ann Young [340] was born in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Garland Clement Young [341] was born in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

          v.  Hayward George Young [342] was born in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         vi.  Sheldon David Young [343] was born on 14 May 1961 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died on 31 Jan 2014 in Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada aged 52.
 


 

3. Olive Leona May Stone [3], daughter of William George Stone [2938] and Susannah Bailey [2937], was born on 21 May 1921 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 11 Jun 1982 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 61, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

Noted events in her life were:

• Olive Leona May Stone served in the Royal Canadian Air Force from 1943 to 1944

• Olive Leona May Stone was discharged from the Royal Canadian Air Force on 18 November, 1944.

Olive married Hayward Joseph Young [2] [MRIN: 1] on 12 Sep 1944 in Halifax, Halifax County, NS, Canada. Hayward was born on 12 Feb 1921 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 10 Mar 1921 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 6 Nov 2008 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 87, and was buried on 10 Nov 2008 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.

 

Third Generation (Grandparents)



 

4. George F. Young [4], son of William Young [10] and Alice Corneau [7], was born on 20 Jan 1882 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 11 Feb 1882 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 31 Dec 1969 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 87, and was buried in Jan 1970 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

General Notes: From NFLD Vital Statistics;

George Young, age 31 of Stephenville Crossing and Mary Taliek (Talec), age 21 of Stephenville Crossing were married at St. Georges by Rev M G Sears on December 29, 1913.

Wittneses; Isreal Bennett and Delia Bennett

From the 1921 census for Stephenville Crossing;

Dwelling Family SurName Given Sex rela. Status Birth Yr Birth Mo Age Birth Place
286 310 YOUNG George F. M Head Married 1881 Dec 39 Sandy Point
YOUNG Mary F Wife Married 1892 Oct 28 Cape St. George
YOUNG John B. M Son Single 1914 Feb 7 Stephenville X'ing
YOUNG Grace F Dau Single 1916 June 5 Stephenville X'ing
YOUNG George M Son Single 1918 Nov 3 Stephenville X'ing
YOUNG Hayward M Son Single 1921 Oct 7M Stephenville X'ing
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From the 1935 census for Stephenville Crossing;


DWELLING FAMILY SURNAME GIVEN NAME REL TO HEAD SEX MARITAL STATUS AGE
56 56 YOUNG George Head M M 52
YOUNG Mary Wife F M 39
YOUNG John Son M S 20
YOUNG Grace Daughter F S 19
YOUNG Harold Son M S 16
YOUNG Hayward Son M S 14
YOUNG Maizie Daughter F S 11
YOUNG Marguerite Daughter F S 3
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From the 1945 census for Stephenville Crossing;

Dwelling Family Surname First Relationship Sex MS Age Birth Place Place of Residence in 1935
83 2 YOUNG George head M M 61 Sandy Point S'ville Xing
YOUNG Mary F. wife F M 51 Port au Port S'ville Xing
YOUNG Nekem? J. son M 9 S'ville Xing
YOUNG John B. son M M 30 S'ville Xing S'ville Xing
YOUNG Mary M. dau in law F M 29 S'ville Xing S'ville Xing
YOUNG Maizie gr-dau F 5 S'ville Xing
YOUNG Pius gr-son M 4 S'ville Xing
YOUNG Elsie M. gr-dau F 1 S'ville Xing
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Older members of the family often quoted George;

- "Grandpa Young always said that his father was "Dutch".¹

- "Grandpa Young always said that his grandmother was "Dutch".¹

¹It was only after a lot of research, did it become clear just what my grandfather was talking about. It is very likely he knew, but was misquoted. My Grandfather likely said something like this; "My father always said that his grandmother was "Dutch". This seems more likely, since the Grandmother of George's Father (William) was Catherine Boutillier, the granddaughter of Jean George BOUTILIER Junr. who arrived in Nova Scotia with the "Foreign Protestants" in 1752.

In the early 1750's, the English, in an effort to attract non french protestant settlers, recruited settlers from Germany, Switzerland and the principality of Montbeliard (now part of France).

Between 1750 and 1752, 3000 "Foreign Protestants" arrived in Halifax and became known locally as the "Dutch". A large number of the "Dutch", including Jean George BOUTILIER and his family, would eventually settle in the County of Lunenburg.

Jean George BOUTILIER was born in Etoben, Monbeliard, France on 30 June 1729.

In the spring of 1811, the son of Jean George, Frederick Nicolas BOUTILIER with his family immigated to the Sydney area of Cape Breton. It would be there that a daughter Catherine would meet and marry John YOUNG on September 25, 1812.

Wayne Young
April 21, 2012
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"In the 1940's, My father worked (on the lift) with the Newfoundland Railway, as a foreman and sometimes as a second hand. He also worked in the woods at Spruce Brook and Black Duck. Sometime after I returned from overseas (1945), Grandpa hurt his back (during the winter) and wasn't able to work on the lift anymore."

Hayward Young
March 7, 2005
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"I can remember Grandpa working at a sawmill in Stephenville Crossing. The mill was owned and operated by Harvey Bishop. It was at this sawmill that Grandpa cut his hand on the saw and as far as I know that was the end of his working life. I would think that I would have had to have been about 7 years old (1952) at the time. Interestingly, George would have been 70 years old in 1952."

Wayne Young
December 31, 2005
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Based on the tradition of BOUTILIER family names, George's second given name was very likely Frederick.

Wayne Young
April 21, 2012
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Noted events in his life were:

• George F. Young was baptised at the Church of the Immaculate Conception at Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, on February 11, 1882. The sponsors were Alexander Young and Susan Alexander (William's brother and sister).

• 1911 Census: George F. Young was living with his sister Josephine (age 30) and her husband William Webb (age 36). He is listed as a boarder. George's brother James (age 27) was also living at Mattis Point with his second wife, Mary Ellen Roberts (age 16).
 

• 1921 Census: George F. Young was living with his wife Mary Francis (age 28) and their four children; John B. (age 7), Grace (age 5), George "Harold" (age 3) and Hayward (age 7 m.).
 

• 1935 Census: George F. Young (age 53) was living with his wife Mary Francis (age 39) and their six children; John B. (age 20), Grace (age 19), George "Harold" (age 16), Hayward (age 14), Maisie (age 11) and Marguerite (age 3).
 

• 1945 Census: George F. Young (age 63) is living with his wife Mary Francis (age 51) and their two children; John B. (age 30) and Nekem J. (age 9), including John B.'s wife, Mary M. and their children; Maisie (age 5), Pius (age 4) and Elsie (age 1).

• George F. Young was buried in the old RC cemetery at Stephenville Crossing, NL, Canada.

George married Mary Francis Tallec [5] [MRIN: 2] on 29 Dec 1913 in St. Georges, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Mary was born on 23 Feb 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 5 Jul 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 30 Jan 1972 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 77, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  John Battis Young [886] was born on 1 Feb 1915 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 1 Jun 1973 near Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 58, and was buried in Jun 1973 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. John married Marie "Mame" Hawkins [3217] [MRIN: 1093], daughter of Andrew Hawkins [3212] and Agatha [3216]. Marie was born in Mar 1916 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died after 2000 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         ii.  Grace Young [887] was born on 22 Jun 1916 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 4 Jan 1991 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 74, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Grace married Joseph A. Tobin [366] [MRIN: 677], son of Charles Albert Tobin [1954] and Rose Lucas [202]. Joseph was born in 1916 and died on 9 May 1951 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 35. The cause of his death was Tuberculosis.
 

        iii.  Charles Albert Young [888] was born on 5 Oct 1917 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died about 1921 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged about 4, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Harold George Young [889] was born on 20 Nov 1918 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 10 Nov 1983 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 64, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Harold married Mary E. Marche [3202] [MRIN: 1137], daughter of Albert F. Marche [3198] and Elizabeth LeBlanc ? [3199]. Mary was born on 30 Jun 1914 in Kippens, and died on 15 Nov 2000 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada aged 86.
 

2         v.  Hayward Joseph Young [2] (born on 12 Feb 1921 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada - died on 6 Nov 2008 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada). Hayward married Olive Leona May Stone [3] [MRIN: 1], daughter of William George Stone [2938] and Susannah Bailey [2937], on 12 Sep 1944 in Halifax, Halifax County, NS, Canada. Olive was born on 21 May 1921 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 11 Jun 1982 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 61, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         vi.  Maisie Eva Young [890] was born on 21 Nov 1923 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 20 Aug 1936 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 12, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

        vii.  Elsie/Marguerita Young [891] was born on 31 Mar 1932 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 17 Sep 1939 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 7, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

       viii.  Joseph "Nickum" Young [892] was born on 11 Sep 1936 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 28 Nov 1989 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 53, and was buried on 30 Nov 1989 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 


 

5. Mary Francis Tallec [5], daughter of Jean Baptiste Tallec [53] and Marie Yvonne Robin [2177], was born on 23 Feb 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 5 Jul 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 30 Jan 1972 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 77, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

General Notes: From the NFLD Vital Statistics (births);

Page & entry # Year Date of Birth Place of Birth SURNAME Parents Names Fathers Occupation
Page 21 - 13 1894 23-Feb
Cape St George Tallac John B & Mary Tallac Fisherman


Religion Date of Baptism By Whom Baptised Name Sex Date Regis. Officer
Roman Catholic 05-Jul-1894
Rev M O'Rourke Maria Francois Femal 05-Jul Rev M O'Rourke

From the NFLD Vital Statistics (marriages);

# Date Place Name Age Octittion Occupation Religion Residence
12, 10-Aug-1911 Cape St. George William Tollech 19 Bachelor Fishing RC Cape St George


Married Age Octittion Occupation Religion Residence Married By Witnesses
Margaret Young 21 Spinster Fishing RC Cape St George Rev GH Hawkins Joseph Barter Mary Tellech


"My father met my mother while she was working as a maid for Johnny Benoit up the brook (part of Stephenville Crossing)"

Hayward Young
March 7, 2005


From the 1911 Census for Stephenville Crossing;

Benoit John Head Married 1863 Apr 48 Stephen----
Benoit Mary Wife Married 1882 Apr 29 Stephen----
Benoit Peter Son single 1887 blank 24 Stephen----
Benoit Lawrince Son single 1888 blank 13 Stephen----
Benoit Walter Son single 1895 blank 16 Stephen----
Benoit Sophia Dau single 1900 Mar 11 Stephen----
Benoit Olive Dau single 1904 Apr 7 Stephen----
Benoit Elizabeth Dau single 1905 Apr 6 Stephen----
Benoit Mary R. Dau single 1907 Sep 4 Stephen----
Benoit Augustus Son single 1909 Sep 2 Stephen----
Benoit Mary R. Adopted single 1904 Sep 7 Stephen----
Benoit Peter Father Widow 1835 Sep 76 Fra---
Flick Mary F Servant single 1894 Oct 17 blank

"The last entry is listed as "Mary F Flick". The entry should read "Mary F Talec".

Wayne Young
December 31, 2005

Mary married George F. Young [4] [MRIN: 2] on 29 Dec 1913 in St. Georges, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. George was born on 20 Jan 1882 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 11 Feb 1882 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 31 Dec 1969 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 87, and was buried in Jan 1970 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

6. William George Stone [2938], son of Martin Stone [2942] and Hannah Hart Long [2941], was born in 1882 in White Rock (Near Harcourt), Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 6 Dec 1882 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 3 Aug 1954 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 72, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

General Notes: 1935 CENSUS
LOWER LANSE COVE

DWELLING FAMILY SURNAME GIVEN NAME REL TO HEAD SEX MARITAL STATUS AGE
55 59 STONE John Head M M 54
STONE Lily Kate Wife F M 49
STONE Alonzo Son M S 26
STONE Thedosia Daughter F S 24
STONE Stephen Son M S 15
STONE Fraser Willis Son M S 13
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56 60 STONE Mark Head M M 47
STONE Alvina Wife F M 44
STONE Martin Son M S 18
STONE Neta Daughter F S 12
STONE Selby Son M S 9
STONE Harvey Son M S 6
_____________________________________________________________________________ PAGE 267 57 61 STONE Francis Head M M 44
STONE Florence Wife F M 35
STONE Edward Son M S 13
STONE Maxwell Son M S 11
STONE Ross Son M S 5
STONE Violet Daughter F S 3
_____________________________________________________________________________ 58 62 STONE George Head M M 53
STONE Susanna Wife F M 49
STONE Clemet Son M S 28?
STONE Olive Daughter F S 14
STONE Gilbert Son M S 10
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William married Susannah Bailey [2937] [MRIN: 1025] on 18 May 1907 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Susannah was born on 7 Jun 1886, died on 1 Jun 1976 aged 89, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Clement Stone [3729] was born on 26 Jun 1907 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 10 Aug 1907 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died on 17 Oct 1995 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 88. Clement married Josephine (Josie) Fifield [3851] [MRIN: 1321]. Clement next married Martha Whitty [3854] [MRIN: 1322]. Martha was born in 1918, died on 1 Apr 2004 in Grand Falls, NL, Canada aged 86, and was buried on 3 Apr 2004 in Grand Falls, NL, Canada.
 

3        ii.  Olive Leona May Stone [3] (born on 21 May 1921 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada - died on 11 Jun 1982 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada). Olive married Hayward Joseph Young [2] [MRIN: 1], son of George F. Young [4] and Mary Francis Tallec [5], on 12 Sep 1944 in Halifax, Halifax County, NS, Canada. Hayward was born on 12 Feb 1921 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 10 Mar 1921 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 6 Nov 2008 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 87, and was buried on 10 Nov 2008 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

        iii.  Gilbert Garfield Stone [3728] was born in 1925 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 11 Jul 2010 in St. John`s, NL, Canada aged 85, and was buried on 13 Jul 2010 in All Saints Anglian Church Cemetary, Petley, TB, NL, Canada.
 


 

7. Susannah Bailey [2937], daughter of Timothy Bailey [2955] and Lydia Lavender [2957], was born on 7 Jun 1886, died on 1 Jun 1976 aged 89, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

General Notes: Newfoundland 1921 Census
Trinity Bay District
Old Bonaventure

Given Name SurName Sex Rel. Stat. Birth Yr. Birth Month Age Birth Pl.
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George G. BAILEY M Head Married 1865 Aug 56 Whale Cove Maria BAILEY F Wife Married 1877 Jan 44 Brittania William BAILEY M Son Single 1899 July 22 Whale Cove Arthur BAILEY M Son Single 1903 Oct 18 Whale Cove Esther BAILEY F Mother Widow 1846 June 75 New Perlican
_____________________________________________________________________________Bingley G.W.? BAILEY M Head Married 1890 Jan 31 Whale Cove Mary BAILEY F Wife Married 1894 Dec 27 Anchencairn ? Isabel BAILEY F Daughter Single 1918 May 3 Anchencairn ?
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Elkanah ? BAILEY M Head Married 1890 Oct 31 Whale Cove Jane BAILEY F Wife Married 1893 Sept 28 Trouty Lydia BAILEY F Daughter Single 1911 Apl 10 Old Bonav Timothy BAILEY M Son Single 1914 July 7 Old Bonav Henry M. BAILEY M Son Single 1917 Oct 4 Old Bonav Freo G.? BAILEY M Son Single 1919 Oct 2 Old Bonav
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Alfred BAILEY M Head Married 1864 Aug 57 Whale Cove Mary Ann BAILEY F Wife Married 1862 Sept 59 Irelands Eye Cyril BAILEY M Son Single 1895 Sept 26 Old Bonav Llewelyn BAILEY M Son Single 1897 Sept 24 Old Bonav Harriet BAILEY F Daughter Single 1899 Apr 22 Old Bonav
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Alonzo BAILEY M Head Married 1892 Dec 29 Old Bonav Marcella BAILEY F Wife Married 1897 Aug 24 Old Bonav
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Susannah married William George Stone [2938] [MRIN: 1025] on 18 May 1907 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. William was born in 1882 in White Rock (Near Harcourt), Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 6 Dec 1882 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 3 Aug 1954 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 72, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.

 

Fourth Generation (Great-Grandparents)



 

8. William Young [10], son of George Young [15] and Susan Webb [12], was born on 29 Apr 1856 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 18 May 1856 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died after 1935.
 

General Notes:
 

Noted events in his life were:

• William Young was baptized by the Rev. Father Alex Belanger on 18 May 1856 in St. Georges Mission, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Sponsors were John Webb and Mary Ann Webb.

• About 1879, William Young married Alice Corneau, the daughter of Jules Cornu and Elizabeth Marche of Codroy Valley, NL, Canada at Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.

• Wm Young, age 48, fisherman of Flat Bay and Elizth. Cormier, age 30 of Bank Head were married by R McNiel

Wittneses; John Young and Lucy Brien

Source; Newfoundland Vital Statistics

 

• 1911 Census: William Young (age 53) was living in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, with his sons William (age 8) and Hillard (age 7). William's second wife, Elizabeth Young is living in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, with her brother William Cormier and her father Louis Cormier. Emily A. Young is living in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada with her daughter Maggie. Living with Emily A. Young are James Young (age 29) and his wife Mary (age 26). James is William's son.

• 1921 Census: William William (age 65) was living in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, with his wife Elizabeth (age 60) and four children; William (age 19), Maggie (age 13), Alice (age 7) and Bessie (age 7).

• 1935 Census: William William (age 80) was living at Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Living with him was a boarder, Bridget Young (age 50).

William married Alice Corneau [7] [MRIN: 3] about 1879. Alice was born about 1860 in Codroy, NL, Canada and died about 1896 aged about 36.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Marie Josephine Young [63] was born on 18 Apr 1880 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 1 Jun 1915 in Matt's Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 35, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. The cause of her death was Leukaemia/Tuberculosis?. Marie married William Webb [66] [MRIN: 26], son of Jean Webb [21] and Bridget Benoit [24], on 17 Feb 1900 in Southside, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. William was born on 15 Nov 1873 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened in Dec in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 13 May 1960 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 86, and was buried in 1960 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

4        ii.  George F. Young [4] (born on 20 Jan 1882 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada - died on 31 Dec 1969 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada). George married Mary Francis Tallec [5] [MRIN: 2], daughter of Jean Baptiste Tallec [53] and Marie Yvonne Robin [2177], on 29 Dec 1913 in St. Georges, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Mary was born on 23 Feb 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 5 Jul 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 30 Jan 1972 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 77, and was buried in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

        iii.  James Young [59] was born on 26 May 1884 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died on 28 Aug 1966 in Matt's Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 82. James married Bertha Camus [65] [MRIN: 25], daughter of George Camus [317] and Flora Jennings [128], on 11 Jan 1909 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Bertha was born in 1888 in Bay of Islands, NL, Canada and died before 1911. James next married Mary Ellen Roberts [67] [MRIN: 27], daughter of John Oliver Roberts [291] and Anne Laura Alexander [292], on 2 Jan 1911 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Mary was born in Mar 1885 in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died after 1921.
 

         iv.  Alfred "Fred" Young [1797] was born on 6 Feb 1886 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died Aft 1921 and bef 1935. Alfred married Mary Alice Camus [1798] [MRIN: 634], daughter of George Camus [317] and Flora Jennings [128], on 28 Apr 1907 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Mary was born on 12 May 1890 in Bay of Islands, NL, Canada and died after 1945.
 

          v.  Hilliard Young [61] was born on 29 Jul 1888 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 12 May 1892 in Flat Bay Brook, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 3, and was buried in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         vi.  Elizabeth "Betsy" Young [62] was born on 5 Jan 1891 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died on 3 Nov 1960 in St. Georges, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 69. Elizabeth married John Edward Benoit [100] [MRIN: 38], son of Edward Benoit [156] and Mary Madore [170], on 28 Oct 1907 in St. Georges, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. John was born on 23 Sep 1880 in St. Georges, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

William next married Emily Ann Young [87] [MRIN: 30], daughter of Joseph Young [91] and Alice/Elsie Marche [92]. Emily was born on 16 Mar 1871 in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 26 Mar 1871 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died after 1945.

General Notes: From the 1945 census for Middle Brook;

Paul, Emilie Head W 74 St. George's St. George's
Benoit, John None S 35 St. George's St. George's
Young, Frank "_" S 21 St. George's St. George's
 

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Hilliard Young [96] was born in Nov 1903 in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died after 1945. Hilliard married Mary Leroux [97] [MRIN: 36], daughter of Francis Leroux [2529] and Harriet Alexander [2528], on 7 Feb 1921 in Seal Rocks, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Mary was born in Feb 1898 in St. Georges, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died Aft 1921, bef 1935.
 

         ii.  Maggie Young [111] was born on 1 Nov 1907 in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died after 1980.
 

        iii.  Elizabeth (Bessie) Young [79] was born on 17 Apr 1913 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 17 May 1913 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died in 1985 aged 72. Elizabeth married Lawrence Young [2314] [MRIN: 812], son of William Seabright Young [544] and Elizabeth Ann Young [530]. Lawrence was born in 1913 and died after 1935.
 

         iv.  Mary (Alice) Young [78] was born on 17 Apr 1913 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 17 May 1913 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died after 1980.
 

William next married Elizabeth Cormier [71] [MRIN: 61], daughter of Louis Cormier [72] and Rosalie Madore [73], on 22 Apr 1900 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Elizabeth was born on 1 Feb 1861 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 2 Feb 1861 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 31 Jan 1929 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 67, and was buried on 3 Feb 1929 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.

General Notes: From the St. Joseph's Church Death Records 1916-1949
St. George's, St. George's Bay, NFLD;

Elizabeth Young, 65 years old, died at Bank Head on January 31, 1929. She was buried at Bank Head on February 3, 1929.
 

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  William Young [76] was born on 27 May 1904 in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 28 Mar 1906 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died after 1911. William married someone.
 

         ii.  Benjamin Young [349] was born on 10 Mar 1905 and died young.
 


 

9. Alice Corneau [7], daughter of Jules Cornu [385] and Elizabeth Benoit [172], was born about 1860 in Codroy, NL, Canada and died about 1896 aged about 36.
 

General Notes: Based on family oral history, George indicated that his mother (Alice) died when he was about 14 years old. George was born in 1882, which suggests that Alice would have died about 1896.

Wayne Young
21 April 2012

Alice married William Young [10] [MRIN: 3] about 1879. William was born on 29 Apr 1856 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 18 May 1856 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died after 1935.
 

10. Jean Baptiste Tallec [53] was born in 1866 in Brittany, France, died on 6 Mar 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 28, and was buried in Port Au Port, Bay St. George, Nf, Canada. The cause of his death was Drowning.
 

Death Notes: Jean Baptiste Talec was lost at sea, while bird hunting

General Notes: Thomas (129) states;

"Oral tradition, offering the pronunciation TULLIC, TULLIQUE, attests that one person of this name was the first husband of Martvonne ROBIN, a daughter of Guillaume ROBIN, one of the earliest settlers of Cape St. George. This TULLIC had drowned at sea."

"Jean Baptiste Talec was blown out to sea in a small boat while "birding" (Bird Hunting) off Cape St. George". (Information passed on orally by the family - March 2005)

From NFLD vital statistics;

Death Entry # 29
Year-1894
Date-06-Mar
Place-Cape St George
Caues-Drowning
Name-John B Tallic
Physician-none
Religion-Roman Catholic
Age-28
Born-France
Place of Internment-Port au Port
Registering officer-Rev M O'Rourke
 

Jean married Marie Yvonne Robin [2177] [MRIN: 750] about 1890. Marie was born in Sep 1871 and died after 1935.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  William Tallec [1952] was born in Mar 1891 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died after 1945. William married Margaret Young [1969] [MRIN: 697], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, on 10 Aug 1911 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Margaret was born in 1890 and died Aft 1921, bef 1935.
 

         ii.  Mary Tallec [3775] was born in 1893 in Mainland, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died on 10 Mar 1917 in Mainland, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 24.
 

5       iii.  Mary Francis Tallec [5] (born on 23 Feb 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada - died on 30 Jan 1972 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada). Mary married George F. Young [4] [MRIN: 2], son of William Young [10] and Alice Corneau [7], on 29 Dec 1913 in St. Georges, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. George was born on 20 Jan 1882 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 11 Feb 1882 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 31 Dec 1969 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 87, and was buried in Jan 1970 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 


 

11. Marie Yvonne Robin [2177], daughter of Guillaume Robin [2155] and Sophia Marie Lucas [2156], was born in Sep 1871 and died after 1935.
 

Marie married Jean Baptiste Tallec [53] [MRIN: 750] about 1890. Jean was born in 1866 in Brittany, France, died on 6 Mar 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 28, and was buried in Port Au Port, Bay St. George, Nf, Canada. The cause of his death was Drowning.

Marie next married Ives Marie Lagadu [1967] [MRIN: 751], son of Philipe Lagadu [2324] and Catherine Gastrie [2325], on 14 Apr 1895 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Ives was born in Jan 1866 in L'an de Berin, France and died after 1935.

General Notes: From Don Bennett, "The Trail of French Ancestors", page 156;

14 April 1895, at Sandy Point, Bay St. George, Newfoundland,

Yves Lagatchu (Legatdu), son of Philip Ligadu and Cathrine Gastrie of L'An de Berin., France married Marie Robin, the widow of Jean Baptiste Tallack.

From the NFLD Vital Statistics;

On April 14, 1891, Ives Marie Lagadu, age 27, a bachelor and fishermanand Mary Robin, age 24, a spinster of Cape St George are married at Stephenville.

Witneses; John Baptiste Piacdeau and Catherine Piacdeau.


From the 1911 census for Cape St. George

LagatchuIvo Head Married1866 Jan44France
LagatchuMary Wife Married1850(1871)Sep40Cape George
LagatchuCatherine Dau Single 1895 Sep15Cape George
LagatchuEmmanuel Son Single 1896 May14Cape George
LagatchuIve Son Single 1899 Sep11Cape George
LagatchuElizabeth Dau Single 1905 Apr5Cape George
LagatchuJoseph Son Single 1907 Mar3Cape George

From the 1921 census for Cape St. George

Yves Lagatdu M Head M 1865 Jun 56 France Immigrated in 1892. Citizen -m 1906.

Mary Lagatdu F Wife M 1871 Sep 50 Cape St. George
Elizabeth Lagatdu F Dau S 1906 Apr 15 Cape St. George
Joseph Lagatdu M Son S 1908 Jul 13 Cape St. George
Mary Lagatdu F Dau S 1913 Jul 8 Cape St. George


From the 1935 census for Cape St. George

Lagatdu, Yves Sr. Head M 69
Lagatdu, Mary Wife M 63
Cornact, Beatrice Niece S 3_
 

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Catherine Lagatdu [2146] was born in Sep 1895 and died after 1950.
 

         ii.  Emmanual Lagatdu [2147] was born in May 1896.
 

        iii.  Yves Lagatdu Jr. [2061] was born about 1901 and died after 1935. Yves married someone.
 

         iv.  Ellizabeth Anne Lagatdu [1974] was born in Apr 1906. Ellizabeth married John F. Simon [2142] [MRIN: 736] about 1925. John was born in 1896.
 

          v.  Joseph Lagatdu [2059] was born in Jul 1908 and died after 1921. Joseph married Mary [2062] [MRIN: 719] about 1927 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Mary was born on 24 Apr 1907 and died on 12 May 1967 aged 60.
 

         vi.  Mary Lagatdu [2060] was born in Jul 1913 and died after 1921.
 


 

12. Martin Stone [2942], son of Abraham Stone [2944] and Caroline Reid [2943], was born on 8 Nov 1854 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 1 Apr 1855 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 28 Feb 1905 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 50, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

General Notes: ST PAUL'S ANGLICAN BAPTISMS 1854

Martin
born to Abraham Stoen and and Caroline Reed, fisherman
on November 8th 1854
recorded at Old Bonaventure
on April 7th 1855
by B Smith, a layman
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McAlpine's 1894-97 Directory Trinity Bay District "SKIMMER COVE "
Lower Lance Cove

COISH James fisherman
DUFITT James fisherman
DUFITT William fisherman
GREEN Thomas fisherman
HOSKINS William fisherman
HART Mark fisherman
HARRIS Samuel fisherman
IVANY Richard fisherman
IVANY William fisherman
IVANY John fisherman
IVANY James fisherman
STONE Martin planter
PITTMAN Joseph mail carrier ________________________________________________________________________
Vital Records Register of Deaths
Book 2

1894 - 1897

Trinity Bay District
PAGES 355 - 370 & 461 - 466

Dec 20, 1895

Place Cause Surname Given Name Religion Age Place Internment
Lance Cove Nat Causes STONE Gilbert Church of England 7 hours Lance Cove Lance Cove

Jan 11, 1896


Lance Cove Scarlatina STONE Adosha? Church of England 6 years Lance Cove Lance Cove

June 4, 1897

Lance Cove Consumption STONE Caroline Church of England 17 years Dildo Lance Cove
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McAlpine's 1894-97 Directory
Trinity Bay District

SKIMMER COVE (Lower Lance Cove)

STONE Martin planter
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McAlpine's 1904 Directory Trinity Bay District

BRITTANIA COVE (Lower Lance Cove)

STONE Martin fisherman
HART Mark fisherman
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1935 CENSUS
LOWER LANSE COVE
From Eastern Head Random (INC) to Little Harbour (INC)
TRINITY BAY DISTRICT

SURNAME GIVEN NAME REL TO HEAD SEX MARITAL STATUS AGE
_____________________________________________________________________________
HART George Thomas Head M M 50
HART Annie Wife F M 51
HART Clarence Son M S 24
HART Harry Son M S 21
HART Mabel Daughter F S 18
HART Jessie Daughter F S 15
HART Alma Daughter F S 13
HART Philyss Daughter F S 10
HART Sadie Daughter F S 8
_____________________________________________________________________________STONE John Head M M 54
STONE Lily Kate Wife F M 49
STONE Alonzo Son M S 26
STONE Thedosia Daughter F S 24
STONE Stephen Son M S 15
STONE Fraser Willis Son M S 13
_____________________________________________________________________________STONE Mark Head M M 47
STONE Alvina Wife F M 44
STONE Martin Son M S 18
STONE Neta Daughter F S 12
STONE Selby Son M S 9
STONE Harvey Son M S 6
_____________________________________________________________________________STONE Francis Head M M 44
STONE Florence Wife F M 35
STONE Edward Son M S 13
STONE Maxwell Son M S 11
STONE Ross Son M S 5
STONE Violet Daughter F S 3
_____________________________________________________________________________STONE George Head M M 53
STONE Susanna Wife F M 49
STONE Clemet Son M S 28?
STONE Olive Daughter F S 14
STONE Gilbert Son M S 10
_____________________________________________________________________________
Vital Statistics 30 Jul 2004 Page 24 ==============================================================================================Name RIN Sex Born Chr. Place of Birth MRIN Parents' Name of Spouse/Father Died Place of Death and/or Burial and/or Christening MRIN (* indicates father) /Bur
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Stone,Francis 4308 M 1893 Lower Lance Cove,R,Newfoundland 1265 1257 F May Pitcher-4315 1986 Clarenville,,Newfoundland

Stone,Grace 3202 F 1795 1795 Bonaventure,TB,Newfoundland 958 *Henry Stone-3154

Stone,Grace 3203 F 1797 1797 Bonaventure,TB,Newfoundland 972 958 John Gardner-3210

Stone,Henry 3209 M 1814 Old Bonaventure,TB,Newfoundland 958 *Henry Stone-3154

Stone,Mark 4306 M 1888 1262 1257 Blanche Coish-4312 1970

Stone,Martin 4298 M 1854 1855 Old Bonaventure,TB,Newfoundland 1257 1258 Hannah H Long-4148 1905 LLC,RI,Newfoundland

Stone,Obed John 4302 M 1880 1881 White Rock,SS,Newfoundland 1257 *Martin Stone-4298 1950 LLC,RI,Newfoundland

Stone,Sarah 3206 F 1804 1805 Bonaventure,TB,Newfoundland 958 *Henry Stone-3154 Stone,Sarah 4307 F 1891 White Rock,SS,Newfoundland 1264 1257 Charles Laite-4314 1959

Stone,T. 3208 F 1811 1811 Bonaventure,TB,Newfoundland 958 *Henry Stone-3154

Stone,Thomas 3204 M 1799 1799 Trinity,TB,Newfoundland 1266 958 *Henry Stone-3154

Stone,Walter 4304 M 1883 1260 1257 E Pitcher-4310 St. John,,New Brunswick

Stone,William 3207 M 1807 1807 Bonaventure,TB,Newfoundland 958 *Henry Stone-3154

Stone,William George 4303 M 1882 White Rock,SS,Newfoundland 1259 1257 Susannah Bailey-4309 1954 LLC,RI,Newfoundland
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Vital Records Register of Deaths
Book 4

1904 - 1906

DISTRICT OF TRINITY BAY
Page 260 - 271

Death Feb 28, 1905

PLACE CAUSE SURNAME GIVEN NAME SEX RELIGION AGE BIRTHPLACE INTERMENT
Lance Cove Cancer STONE? Martin M C.O.England 50 Burgoynes Cove, Lance Cove
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Martin married Hannah Hart Long [2941] [MRIN: 1010] on 14 Nov 1878 in Christchurch, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Hannah was born on 30 Jul 1856 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 3 Aug 1856 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 5 Mar 1925 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 68, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Caroline Stone [2940] was born on 7 Sep 1879, was christened on 19 Oct 1879 in White Rock (Near Harcourt), Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 4 Jun 1897 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 17, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         ii.  Obed John Stone [2939] was born on 10 Dec 1880 in White Rock (Near Harcourt), Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 17 Dec 1880 in White Rock (Near Harcourt), Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in 1950 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 70, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Obed married Lilly Kate [3850] [MRIN: 1320] about 1905. Lilly was born in 1886.
 

6       iii.  William George Stone [2938] (born in 1882 in White Rock (Near Harcourt), Trinity Bay, NL, Canada - died on 3 Aug 1954 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). William married Susannah Bailey [2937] [MRIN: 1025], daughter of Timothy Bailey [2955] and Lydia Lavender [2957], on 18 May 1907 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Susannah was born on 7 Jun 1886, died on 1 Jun 1976 aged 89, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         iv.  Ella Stone [3932] was born on 12 Feb 1884 in Upper Rocky Brook, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 20 Feb 1884 in Upper Rocky Brook, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

          v.  Walter Stone [2936] was born on 27 Oct 1885 in Upper Rocky Brook, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 27 Nov 1885 in Upper Rocky Brook, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 20 Sep 1931 in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada aged 45, and was buried in St. John, New Brunswick, Canada. Walter married Elizabeth Pitcher [3864] [MRIN: 1325], daughter of Peter Pitcher [3872] and Cecilia [3873]. Elizabeth was born on 12 Aug 1894, died on 15 Dec 1956 in Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada aged 62, and was buried on 17 Dec 1956 in Fernhill Cemetary, Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada.
 

         vi.  Mark Stone [2935] was born on 3 Sep 1887 in White Rock (Near Harcourt), Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 5 Sep 1887 in White Rock (Near Harcourt), Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 22 Jan 1970 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 82, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Mark married Alvina [3848] [MRIN: 1318] before 1935. Alvina was born in 1891. Mark next married Blanche Coish [3915] [MRIN: 1346] before 1917.
 

        vii.  Adosha Stone [3902] was born on 10 Sep 1889 in Upper Rocky Brook, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened in Sep 1889 in Upper Rocky Brook, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 11 Jan 1896 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 6, and was buried in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

       viii.  Sarah Louisa Stone [2934] was born on 29 Jul 1891 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 5 Aug 1891 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1959 aged 68, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Sarah married Charles Laite [3866] [MRIN: 1327].
 

         ix.  Francis M. Stone [2946] was born on 15 Oct 1893 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 20 Oct 1986 in Clarenville, NL, Canada aged 93, and was buried in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Another name for Francis was Frank Stone. Francis married Florence May "Flos" Pitcher [3849] [MRIN: 1319], daughter of Peter Pitcher [3872] and Cecilia [3873], on 17 Dec 1922 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

          x.  Gilbert Stone [3901] was born on 20 Dec 1895 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 20 Dec 1895 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and was buried in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 


 

13. Hannah Hart Long [2941], daughter of John Long [3858] and Sarah Hart [3857], was born on 30 Jul 1856 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 3 Aug 1856 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 5 Mar 1925 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 68, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

General Notes: Vital Records
Register of Deaths

Trinity Bay District
1924 - 1926

Deaths 1925

Date Place Cause of Death Surname Given Names Religion Age Place of Birth Internment

Mar 5 Lower Lance Cove Heart Disease STOWE Hannah C of E 69 Champneys Petley
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Hannah married Martin Stone [2942] [MRIN: 1010] on 14 Nov 1878 in Christchurch, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Martin was born on 8 Nov 1854 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 1 Apr 1855 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 28 Feb 1905 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 50, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

14. Timothy Bailey [2955], son of George Waterman Bailey [2815] and Mary Bannister [2814], was born about 1854 in Whale Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1916 aged about 62, and was buried in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

General Notes: Newfoundland 1921 Census
Trinity Bay District
Old Bonaventure

Given Name SurName Sex Rel. Stat. Birth Yr. Birth Month Age Birth Pl.
_____________________________________________________________________________
George G. BAILEY M Head Married 1865 Aug 56 Whale Cove Maria BAILEY F Wife Married 1877 Jan 44 Brittania William BAILEY M Son Single 1899 July 22 Whale Cove Arthur BAILEY M Son Single 1903 Oct 18 Whale Cove Esther BAILEY F Mother Widow 1846 June 75 New Perlican
_____________________________________________________________________________Bingley G.W.? BAILEY M Head Married 1890 Jan 31 Whale Cove Mary BAILEY F Wife Married 1894 Dec 27 Anchencairn ? Isabel BAILEY F Daughter Single 1918 May 3 Anchencairn ?
_____________________________________________________________________________
Elkanah ? BAILEY M Head Married 1890 Oct 31 Whale Cove Jane BAILEY F Wife Married 1893 Sept 28 Trouty Lydia BAILEY F Daughter Single 1911 Apl 10 Old Bonav Timothy BAILEY M Son Single 1914 July 7 Old Bonav Henry M. BAILEY M Son Single 1917 Oct 4 Old Bonav Freo G.? BAILEY M Son Single 1919 Oct 2 Old Bonav
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Alfred BAILEY M Head Married 1864 Aug 57 Whale Cove Mary Ann BAILEY F Wife Married 1862 Sept 59 Irelands Eye Cyril BAILEY M Son Single 1895 Sept 26 Old Bonav Llewelyn BAILEY M Son Single 1897 Sept 24 Old Bonav Harriet BAILEY F Daughter Single 1899 Apr 22 Old Bonav
_____________________________________________________________________________
Alonzo BAILEY M Head Married 1892 Dec 29 Old Bonav Marcella BAILEY F Wife Married 1897 Aug 24 Old Bonav
_____________________________________________________________________________
 

Timothy married Lydia Lavender [2957] [MRIN: 1012] on 19 Nov 1881 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Lydia was born on 14 Apr 1862 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Robert James Bailey [2958] was born in 1883.
 

         ii.  Clement Bailey [2959] was born in 1884.
 

7       iii.  Susannah Bailey [2937] (born on 7 Jun 1886 - died on 1 Jun 1976, buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Susannah married William George Stone [2938] [MRIN: 1025], son of Martin Stone [2942] and Hannah Hart Long [2941], on 18 May 1907 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. William was born in 1882 in White Rock (Near Harcourt), Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 6 Dec 1882 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 3 Aug 1954 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 72, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         iv.  Elizabeth Bailey [2960] was born in 1888 and was christened on 19 Jul 1888.
 

          v.  Elkanah Bailey [2981] was born on 7 Aug 1890 in Whale Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and died on 4 May 1944 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 53.
 

         vi.  Bertha Bailey [2961] was born in 1898.
 

        vii.  Charity Bailey [2962] was born in 1900 and died in 1900.
 

       viii.  Hettie Alfreda Bailey [2999] was christened on 14 Sep 1901.
 


 

15. Lydia Lavender [2957], daughter of Thomas Lavender [2882] and Susannah Verge [2883], was born on 14 Apr 1862 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

Lydia married Timothy Bailey [2955] [MRIN: 1012] on 19 Nov 1881 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Timothy was born about 1854 in Whale Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1916 aged about 62, and was buried in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.

 

Fifth Generation (Great Great-Grandparents)



 

16. George Young [15], son of "John" Joseph Young [268] and Susanna "Catherine" Boutilier [936], was born about 1825 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died Aft 1883, but before 1898 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

General Notes: George Young and Susan Webb who were married officially at Bay St. George on the west coast of Newfoundland on the 24th of January 1851 (original entry was in French).

- January twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty one, after being granted the dispensation of consanguinity from the second to the third degree, and the power given to us by Monsignor John Mullock, bishop of Newfoundland, we the undersigned priests, missionaries of Bay St. George have received once again, the mutual consent of marriage, first given before lay witnesses, of George Young, son of John Young and of Catherine Bouthillier of this mission and by Suzanne Webb, daughter of Jacques Webb and Marie Camus of this mission. We have given them the sacrament of matrimony according to the rites of the apostolic catholic church in the presence of witnesses, George Lent and Damien Gaumond, who could not sign. Signed: Alex Belanger, VG


Other Notes;

The marriage documentation suggests that George and Susan had been married and that the marriage was validated on January 24, 1851.

George Lent (Long) was a witness at the Sandy Point, NF marriage of George Young and Susan Webb. There appears to be a relationship between George Young and George Lent (Long).

George Young was the godfather for Helene Long, daughter of George Lent (Long) and Marie LeJeune (Young). Helene was baptised on May 18, 1856. Coincidentally, William, the son of George Young and Susan Webb was baptised on the same day.

It is more than likely that George Young (LeJeune) and Marie Young (LeJeune), the wife of George Lent (Long), were brother and sister.

Noted events in his life were:

• On 24 Jan 1851, George Young George Young married Susane Marie Webb at Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.

The following is an entry in the register of Father Alex Belanger, Missionary at the Bay St. George Mission located at Sandy Point, Newfoundland:

"Le vingt quatre Janvier, mils huit cent cinquante un, après avoir accorde la dispense du consanguinité du seconde au troisième degré, en _ des pouvoir a nous accordes par Monsignor John Mullock, évêque de Terre Neuve. Nous prêtres, soussigné, missionnaires de la baie St. George, avons reçu de nouveau le mutuel consentement de mariage, donne en premier devant témoins laïque seulement, de George Young, fils majeur de John Young et de Catherine Bouthillier de cette mission et de Susanne Webb, fille majeur de Jacques Webb et de Marie Camus de cette mission. Nous leur avons donne le sacrement de mariage qui suivants le rite prescrit par la Saint Église Catholique, Apostolique et témoins en présence de George Lent et de Damien Gaumond qui n'ont du signer".

Signe:
Alex Bélanger, VG

"January twenty-fourth, eighteen hundred and fifty one, after being granted the dispensation of consanguinity of the second to the third degree, and the power given to us by Monsignor John Mullock, bishop of Newfoundland, we the undersigned priests, missionaries of Bay St. George have received once again, the mutual consent of marriage, first given before lay wittness, of George Young, son of John Young and of Catherine Bouthillier of this mission and by Suzanne Webb, daughter of Jacques Webb and Marie Camus of this mission. We have given them the sacrament of matrimony according to the rites of the apostolic catholic church in the presence of witnesses, George Lent and Damien Gaumond, who could not sign".

Signed:
Alex Belanger, VG

Tranlated by Wayne Young
January, 2003

A marriage requiring dispensation of consanguinity is recorded, indicating a blood relationship. "Dispensation of consanguinity of the second degree to the third degree is required. This means that George had a set of grandparents that were also Susan's great-grand parents.

After examining George's grandparents, (namely Joseph Charles LeJeune and Agathe LeJeune on one side, and Frederic Nicolas Boutillier and Anna Barbara Hirtle on the other) it was determined that the parents of Marie LeJeune (Susan Webb's Grandmother) were Charles "Joseph LeJeune" and Agathe LeJeune.

Wayne Young
January 2006
 

George married Susan Webb [12] [MRIN: 4] on 24 Jan 1851 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Susan was born in 1832 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada, was christened on 1 Sep 1834 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada, and died after 1878.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Marie (Susan) Young [105] was born on 23 Sep 1850 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 27 Sep 1850 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died after Jan 1882. Marie married John Henry Sheppard [106] [MRIN: 41], son of George Sheppard [1190] and Marie Josseau [1191], on 16 May 1872 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. John was born in 1849 and died in Jul 1881 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 32. Marie next married Edouard (Edmond) Alexander [117] [MRIN: 48], son of Jean Marie Alexander Jr. [3524] and Julie Marie LeJeune [119], on 10 Jan 1882 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Edouard was born on 18 Dec 1858 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and was christened on 26 Dec 1858 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         ii.  Margaret Young [123] was born on 10 Apr 1852 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 27 Sep 1852 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died on 20 Jun 1853 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 1.
 

8       iii.  William Young [10] (born on 29 Apr 1856 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada - died after 1935). William married Alice Corneau [7] [MRIN: 3], daughter of Jules Cornu [385] and Elizabeth Benoit [172], about 1879. Alice was born about 1860 in Codroy, NL, Canada and died about 1896 aged about 36. William next married Emily Ann Young [87] [MRIN: 30], daughter of Joseph Young [91] and Alice/Elsie Marche [92]. Emily was born on 16 Mar 1871 in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 26 Mar 1871 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died after 1945. William next married Elizabeth Cormier [71] [MRIN: 61], daughter of Louis Cormier [72] and Rosalie Madore [73], on 22 Apr 1900 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Elizabeth was born on 1 Feb 1861 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 2 Feb 1861 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, died on 31 Jan 1929 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 67, and was buried on 3 Feb 1929 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Josephine Young [80] was born on 10 Jun 1858 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada and was christened in Jun 1858 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

          v.  Frederic Young [81] was born on 4 Feb 1861 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 5 Feb 1861 in Immaculate Conception RC Church Records, Sandy Point, NL, Canada, and died on 21 Jan 1915 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 53. Frederic married Adelaide Pleuvert (Greene) [136] [MRIN: 705], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, on 1 Jun 1879 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Adelaide was born in Sep 1861 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died after 1935.
 

         vi.  John "Henry" Young [82] was born on 5 Apr 1863 in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 6 Apr 1863 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died on 28 Jul 1893 aged 30. John married Margaret Benoit/Odgen [109] [MRIN: 43], daughter of Odgen [3763] and Charolette Benoit [110], on 8 Oct 1883 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Margaret died before 1885. John next married someone about 1885 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

        vii.  Alexander "Sandy" Young [101] was born on 10 Nov 1867 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 10 Nov 1867 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died on 30 Mar 1896 aged 28. Alexander married Margaret Hennesey [102] [MRIN: 39], daughter of Thomas Hennesey [103] and Louise Moore [104], on 23 Sep 1883 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Margaret died before 1911.
 

       viii.  John Young [85] was born on 3 Jan 1870 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died between 1921 and 1935. John married Mary Young [3584] [MRIN: 1214], daughter of Joseph Young [91] and Alice/Elsie Marche [92], on 14 Aug 1900 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Mary was born in 1882 in Main River, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died after 1935.
 

         ix.  Jane Young [86] was born on 23 Jun 1875 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada and was christened on 21 Aug 1875 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

          x.  Louis Young [124] was born on 18 Dec 1878 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 29 Mar 1879 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died after 1904.
 


 

17. Susan Webb [12], daughter of Jacques Webb [18] and Marie Camus [19], was born in 1832 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada, was christened on 1 Sep 1834 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada, and died after 1878.
 

General Notes: As entered in the register of Father J. Cousteau, Missionary at Cheticamp, Cape Breton for the year 1834;

Le premier Septembre ai baptise …………………….. …………………………………………………………………………
"…Aussi Susanne, née depuis deux année, du légitime mariage de Jacques Webb et de Mary Camut. Marraine Marie LeJeune, qui ne Savent Signer.

J. Cousteau, P'tre

As translated by Wayne Young;

The First of September, baptised was ………………… ……………………………………………………………………………..
"………Also, Susanne, born two years ago, of the legitimate marriage of Jacque Webb and Mary Camut. Godmother Marie LeJeune, who could not sign."

Signed:
J. Cousteau, P'tre

 

Noted events in her life were:

• Susan<Name>Baptism: was baptised on, 1 Sep 1834, at Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.

Susan married George Young [15] [MRIN: 4] on 24 Jan 1851 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. George was born about 1825 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died Aft 1883, but before 1898 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

18. Jules Cornu [385] was born in 1808 in France, died on 6 Jun 1900 in Codroy, NL, Canada aged 92, and was buried in Codroy, NL, Canada.
 

General Notes: The Family Name "Cornu" from early Newfoundland Census Records

St. John's West Region - 1699 Point Verde

1. Thomas Mechin,

born in Bas Poitou 1632; resident since 1658, presumably at St. Pierre, "has been ruined by the English in 1693"; two scallops

Marie Largeteau, his wife, two daughters, married (see Pierre Baudry and Augustin Bonnaud)

one son, unmarried (1698)

2. Pierre Baudry,

born at La Tremblade 1657; resident since 1678, four shallops; "has been pillaged and burnt by the English in 1693."

Jeanne Michin or Mechin , his wife, daughter of Thomas Mechin; resident since 1678

3. Raymond Cornu,

born at Brodeaux 1638, unmarried; two shallops; "has been ruined by the English in 1693, serves as captain of the milita."

4. Pierre Heraut,

born a Seurin (St Seurin D'Uzet) near Montagne on the River of Bordeaux 1668; resident since 1688; married Izabelle Baudry, daughter of Pierre Baudry 1697.

Charles Ricaud, born at Grasse in Provence 1646; resident since 1693; widower(1698); three sons, of whom one in France, the others always resident; two shallops; "has remained at Rognouse as commandant, and his eldest son has served as a militia captain in the expeditions which were made against the English in 1696"

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1701 Census - Plaisance Area


NOMS DES HABITANS (name of the occupant)

NOM DES PECHEURS QUE (name of the fisherman that stays with the occupant during the winter)
CHAQUE HABITANT HIVERNE

NOM DES PECHEUR QUE CHAQUE HABITANT FAIT REVENIR A FRANCE (name of the fisherman that the occupant must return to France)

CE QUE LE ROY
LEUR DONNE DE GRAVE (that the King solemly gives them)

La Pointe Verte

Cornu Joannis de Biriart Il doit amener ses deux compaignons Pour 3 chaloupes
(stays) (is sent back to France) (He must bring his two companions for 3 chaloupes)

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From the St. Annes RC Church Records (Deaths), Codroy Valley, NL, Canada;

June 6, 1900 Jules Comu, age 92 yrs
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From the Nfld Vital Statistics Death Records;

401900, 06-JunCodroyOld AgeCornuJules Cornu(M)-Rev C O'ReganCatholicFishing92FranceCodroyRev C O'Regan
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Jules Cornu, age 92

Died on June 6, 1900 at Codroy.

He is listed as Roman Catholic and being born in France
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There are approximately 50 occurances the family name of Cornu in Canada.
There are approximately 9821 occurances the family name of Cornu in France.
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Jules married Elizabeth Benoit [172] [MRIN: 59] about 1850. Elizabeth was born before 1835.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  William Corneau [394] was born in Dec 1850 in Codroy, NL, Canada and died after 1936. William married Mary Moore [395] [MRIN: 130], daughter of William Moore [1897] and Johanna Ryan [1898], on 13 May 1891 in Codroy, NL, Canada. Mary was born on 25 Mar 1871 in Codroy, NL, Canada, was christened on 24 Apr 1871 in Codroy, NL, Canada, and died after 1921.
 

9        ii.  Alice Corneau [7] (born about 1860 in Codroy, NL, Canada - died about 1896). Alice married William Young [10] [MRIN: 3], son of George Young [15] and Susan Webb [12], about 1879. William was born on 29 Apr 1856 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 18 May 1856 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died after 1935.
 

        iii.  Giles Corneau [175] was born in Nov 1865 in Codroy, NL, Canada, died on 23 Jun 1941 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 75, and was buried in Jun 1941 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Another name for Giles was Gil. Giles married Sarah Osmond [185] [MRIN: 66]. Sarah was born in Nov 1867 in Cape Ray, NL, Canada and died on 7 May 1947 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 79.
 

         iv.  Rosanna Corneau [393] was born on 2 May 1870 in Codroy, NL, Canada, was christened in Jun 1870 in Codroy, NL, Canada, and died after 1891.
 

          v.  Joseph Corneau [401] was born about 1870. Joseph married someone.
 

         vi.  George Corneau [174] was born in May 1872 in Codroy, NL, Canada and died on 27 Oct 1957 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 85. George married Mary Jane Macdonald [600] [MRIN: 815], daughter of Alexander Macdonald [597] and Jane Susan Young [616], on 10 Jun 1899 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Mary was born on 15 Jul 1874 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 27 Sep 1874 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died on 22 May 1904 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 29. George next married Elizabeth Benoit [3526] [MRIN: 1190], daughter of Oliver Benoit [3154] and Rose Lucas [3155]. Elizabeth was born about 1868 and died on 15 Sep 1952 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged about 84.
 

        vii.  Adelaide "Adeline" Corneau [2223] was born on 12 Apr 1874 in Codroy, NL, Canada and died on 11 Jun 1972 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 98. Adelaide married "Paddy Dan" Patrick Felix Young [642] [MRIN: 208], son of Daniel (Alex) Young [1007] and Justine King (Webb) [1008], on 22 Apr 1900 in Immaculate Conception RC Church Records, Sandy Point, NL, Canada. Patrick was born on 16 Feb 1865 in Jorneaus Brook, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 28 Jul 1865 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and died on 13 Nov 1958 in Stephenville Crossing, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 93.
 


 

19. Elizabeth Benoit [172], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, was born before 1835.
 

General Notes: 1921 Census Codroy

SURNAME GIVEN X REL ST BIRTHDATE AGE BIRTHPLACE
KARNO William M Head Married 1850 Dec. 70 Cod Roy
KARNO Mary F wife Married 1871 Mar. 50 Cod Roy
KARNO Joseph M son Single 1893 Aug. 28 Cod Roy
KARNO Elizabeth F daug Single 1908 June 13 Cod Roy


KERNO John W M Head Married 1891 July 30 Cod Roy
KERNO Sarah A F wife Married 1889 July 32 Grand River
KERNO Mary F daug Single 1920 Aug 1 Cod Roy

 

Elizabeth married Jules Cornu [385] [MRIN: 59] about 1850. Jules was born in 1808 in France, died on 6 Jun 1900 in Codroy, NL, Canada aged 92, and was buried in Codroy, NL, Canada.
 

22. Guillaume Robin [2155] was born about 1846 in La Roche-derrien, Brittany, France and died on 18 Dec 1946 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged about 100.
 

Death Notes: Western Star, Friday, 4 January 1946
Cape St. George

There passed peacefully away at home December 18, William Robia in his 72nd year. He is survived by his wife, seven sons and six daughters. We extend sympathy.
 

General Notes: Thomas (129) states;

"Oral tradition, offering the pronunciation TULLIC, TULLIQUE, attests that one person of this name was the first husband of Martvonne ROBIN, a daughter of Guillaume ROBIN, one of the earliest settlers of Cape St. George. This TULLIC had drowned at sea."

Thomas (120) states;

"Seary notes the existance of the name at Cape St. George and that oral tradition names Guillaume, a Breton-speaker from La Roche-Derrien in Brittany to be the first settler at Cape St. George" at around 1837.

The marriage is recorded in the Sandy Point Immaculate Conception Church Registers;

May 31, 1871
William Robin of Brittany, France married Sophia Lucas


From NFLD Vital Statistics;

On July 8, 1891, William Robin, age 45, a Widower and Farmer of Cape St George and Eloise Louval, age 53, a widow of Cape St. George are married at Port Au Port.

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From the Western Star; Friday, 4 January 1946

Cape St. George

There passed peacefully away at home December 18, William Robia in his 72nd year. He is survived by his wife, seven sons and six daughters. We extend sympathy.


 

Guillaume married Sophia Marie Lucas [2156] [MRIN: 740] on 31 May 1871 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Sophia was born before 1850 and died before 1891.

Children from this marriage were:

 

11        i.  Marie Yvonne Robin [2177] (born in Sep 1871 - died after 1935). Marie married Jean Baptiste Tallec [53] [MRIN: 750] about 1890. Jean was born in 1866 in Brittany, France, died on 6 Mar 1894 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 28, and was buried in Port Au Port, Bay St. George, Nf, Canada. The cause of his death was Drowning. Marie next married Ives Marie Lagadu [1967] [MRIN: 751], son of Philipe Lagadu [2324] and Catherine Gastrie [2325], on 14 Apr 1895 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Ives was born in Jan 1866 in L'an de Berin, France and died after 1935.
 

         ii.  William Robin [2162] was born in Mar 1872. William married Mary [2167] [MRIN: 747] about 1911. Mary was born in Jun 1895. William next married someone.
 

        iii.  Allen Robin [2171] was born in Sep 1880. Allen married Maggie [2172] [MRIN: 749]. Maggie was born in Aug 1881.
 

Guillaume next married Eloise Louvell [3472] [MRIN: 1171] on 8 Jul 1891 in Port Au Port, Bay St. George, Nf, Canada. Eloise was born about 1838.


 

23. Sophia Marie Lucas [2156], daughter of Jean Marie Lucas Sr. [1316] and Henrietta (Osithe) LeJeune [2157], was born before 1850 and died before 1891.
 

General Notes:

From the Bay St. George marriage registers;

Oct 10, 1865 - Hippolyte Reneau s/o Julien & the late Elizabeth Marche of Cape St. George marries Sophia Marie Lucas d/o the late Jean Marie & Henrietta LeJeune

May 31, 1871 - William Robin of Brittany, France marries Sophia Lucas

Sophia married Guillaume Robin [2155] [MRIN: 740] on 31 May 1871 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Guillaume was born about 1846 in La Roche-derrien, Brittany, France and died on 18 Dec 1946 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged about 100.

Sophia next married Hippolyte Reneau [2158] [MRIN: 742], son of Julien Reneau [2159] and Elizabeth Marche [2160], on 10 Oct 1865 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Hippolyte was born before 1850 and died before 1871.

General Notes: Oct 10, 1865 Hippolyte Reneau s/o Julien & the late Elizabeth Marche of Cape St. George
- Sophia Marie Lucas d/o the late Jean Marie & Henrietta LeJeune
 

The child from this marriage was:

 

          i.  Margaret Reneau [2161] was born on 31 May 1869.
 


 

24. Abraham Stone [2944], son of Thomas Stone [2916] and Elizabeth "Betty" Bailey [2947], was born in Jul 1828 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 25 Jul 1828 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and died before 14 Nov 1878.
 

General Notes: ST. PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH,
TRINITY BAY DISTRICT
Church Baptisms

Entry # 696

25th July 1828
Abraham
Born to Thomas & Betty Stone, Planter
of Bonaventure
Performed by William Bullock
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Source:
TRINITY BAY MARRIAGES
St. Paul's Anglican Church
Trinity, Newfoundland
April 27, 1852

This is to certify that ABRAHAM? STONE of Old Bonaventure and CAROLINE FLEET (??) of Trinity, were married at Old Bonaventure Church building, this twenty-seventh day of April, One thousand eight hundred and fifty-two, in the presence of witnesses, by me, Thos. M. Wood, Clergyman.
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Lovell's 1871 Provincial Business Directory

WHITE ROCK A small fishing settlement in the district of Trinity. Population 48.

Brown William, fisherman
Dalton James, fisherman
Frampton Thomas, fisherman
Locus (sic) Lopez Anthony, fisherman
Stone Aaron & Robert, planters
Sinclair Charles, fisherman
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McAlpine's 1894-97 Directory Trinity Bay District UPPER ROCKY BROOK


HOLLOWAY William J fisherman
LUCAS (sic) Lopez Charles fisherman
STONE John fisherman
STONE Emanuel fisherman
STONE Abraham fisherman
STONE William fisherman
SINCLAIR Joseph fisherman
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McAlpine's 1904 Directory Trinity Bay District WHITE ROCK

BARRETT Jacob fisherman
COTTER James fisherman
DALTON Thomas fisherman
DALTON John fisherman
DALTON Eugene fisherman
DALTON Josiah fisherman
DALTON Samuel fisherman
DALTON Eli fisherman
DeLOPEZ Joseph fisherman
LeLOPEZ (sic) Chas fisherman
FRAMPTON Richard fisherman
FRAMPTON William fisherman
FRAMPTON Kenneth fisherman
FRAMPTON Edwin fisherman
FRAMPTON George fisherman
FRAMPTON Ambrose fisherman
FRAMPTON Luke fisherman
FRAMPTON Josiah fisherman
HOLLOWAY William G fisherman
LUTHER Joseph fisherman
LUTHER Martin fisherman
LUTHER Samuel fisherman
LUTHER Simeon fisherman
REID William C fisherman
REID John R fisherman
REID Tobias fisherman
REID Absalom fisherman
STONE Emanuel fisherman
STONE Jno, of Henry fisherman
STONE Henry fisherman
STONE Abraham fisherman
STONE William fisherman
STONE Aaron fisherman
STONE John, of Aaron fisherman
STONE Ronald fisherman
STONE Albert fisherman
SINCLAIR Joseph fisherman
SAMSON William fisherman
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Newfoundland 1921 Census
Trinity Bay District
Old Bonaventure

Given Name SurName Sex Rel. Stat. Birth Yr. Birth Month Age Birth Pl.
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Ambrose STONE M Head Married 1862 Dec 59 Old Bonaventure Wilhemina STONE F Wife Married 1865 Jan 56 Old Bonaventure William H. STONE M Son Single 1893 Jan 28 Old Bonaventure Annie E. STONE F Daughter Single 1899 Sept 22 Old Bonaventure
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Maurice STONE M Head Single 1894 Dec 27 Old Bon
Rebecca STONE F Mother Widow 1866 June 55 Thoroughfare Frederick STONE M Bro Single 1909 Aug 12 Old Bon
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William STONE M Head Widower 1856 Oct 65 Old Bon
Robt STONE M Son Single 1894 Jun 27 Old Bon
Joseph STONE M Son Single 1899 Sept 22 Old Bon
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Andrew STONE M Head Married 1884 Sept 37 Old Bonaventure Phoebe STONE F Wife Married 1884 Sept 37 White Pt.
Phyllis STONE F Daughter Single 1911 June 10 Old Bonaventure Mona STONE F Daughter Single 1914 Nov 7 Old Bonaventure Violet STONE F Daughter Single 1909 June 12 Old Bonaventure
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Henry STONE M Head Widower 1857 May 64 Old Bonav
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Levi STONE M Head Married 1852 June 69 Old Bonav Sarah STONE F Wife Married 1857 Aug 64 Trinity
Eleazer ? STONE M Son Single 1902 Dec 19 Old Bonav
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Descendants of Abraham STONE by Morley Goodyear
>
>
>
> 1 Abraham STONE b: 09 Jun 1828 in Old Bonaventure, TB, NL.: bapt 20 July
> 1828, recorded St. Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity; d: in Old
> Bonaventure, TB, NL.Son of Thomas Henry Stone and Elizabeth "Betty"
> Bailey.
>
> . +Caroline REID b: Bef. 26 Jul 1835 in Trinity, TB, NL m: 27 Apr 1852 in
> Old Bonaventure, TB, NL
>
> ... 2 Martin STONE b: 08 Nov 1854 in Old Bonaventure, TB, NL d: 28 Feb
> 1905
>
> ....... +Hannah Hart LONG b: 30 Jul 1856 m: 1882 d: 06 Mar 1925
>
> ... 2 Noah John STONE b: 31 Oct 1856 in Old Bonaventure, TB, NL; bapt 10
> Nov 1856, recorded St. Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity.
>
> ... 2 Abraham STONE b: 24 Oct 1858 in Old Bonaventure, TB, NL ; bapt 25
> Nov 1858, recorded St. Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity; d: in Rocky
> Brook, NL. Married 06 Dec 1882 to Christina Stone, b. 06 Dec 1863, Little
> Catalina.
>
> ... 2 William Thomas STONE b: 03 Aug 1860 in Old Bonaventure, TB, NL; bapt
> 05 Sept 1860, recorded St. Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity;
>
> ....... +Eliza Jane STONE b: 1869 in White Rock, TB, NL, recorded at St.
> Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity; m: 16 Dec 1887 in White Rock, Smith
> Sound, Trinity Bay; daughter of Aaron Stone and Patience Butt.
>
> ... 2 Elizabeth Ann STONE b: 27 Sep 1862 in Old Bonaventure, TB, NL ; bapt
> Oct 1862, recorded St. Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity; d: 1954
>
> ....... +Josiah "Joe" FRAMPTON b: 1858 m: Unknown d: 05 Jun 1938 in Gin
> Cove, NL; buried St. Alban's Anglican Cemetery, Gin Cove, Trinity Bay; son
> of Thomas Frampton and Luouisa Butt
>
> ... 2 Mary Alice or Ellis STONE b: 07 Oct 1864 in Old Bonaventure, TB,
> NL.; bapt 20 Oct 1864, recorded St. Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity;
>
> ....... +Richard FRAMPTON b: 1860 in Little Catalina, TB, NL m: Abt. 1885
> d:29 Oct 1900 in Gin Cove, TB, NL; buried 31 Oct 1900, Anglican Cemetery,
> White Rock, Trinity Bay; son of Thomas Frampton and Louisa Butt.
>
> ... 2 Joanna STONE b: 18 Oct 1866 in Old Bonaventure, TB, NL; bapt 31 oct
> 1866, recorded St. Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity; d. 04 Sept 1933;
> buried 07 Sept 1933 St. Alban's Anglican Church Cemetery, Gin Cove,
> Trinity Bay;
>
> ....... +Noah John SCEVIOUR b: Abt. 1865 in British Harbour, TB, NL m:
> Abt.
> 1885
>
> ... *2nd Husband of Joanna STONE:
>
> ....... +Charles LOPEZ b: 1865 in SPAIN. m: 23 Dec 1894 in Upper Lance
> Cove, TB, NL d: 03 Jun 1927 in Gin Cove, TB, NL; buried 06 June 1927, St.
> Alban's Anglican Church, Gin Cove, Trinity Bay. Headstone reads :62 Yeras,
> 3 months. SON of Antonia Lorex and Mary Ann Sinclair.
>
> MORLEY GOODYEAR.

 

Abraham married Caroline Reid [2943] [MRIN: 1009] on 27 Apr 1852 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Caroline was born about 1835 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 26 Jul 1835 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1893 aged about 58, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Caroline was Caroline Reed.

Children from this marriage were:

 

12        i.  Martin Stone [2942] (born on 8 Nov 1854 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada - died on 28 Feb 1905 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). Martin married Hannah Hart Long [2941] [MRIN: 1010], daughter of John Long [3858] and Sarah Hart [3857], on 14 Nov 1878 in Christchurch, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Hannah was born on 30 Jul 1856 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 3 Aug 1856 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 5 Mar 1925 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 68, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         ii.  Noah John Stone [2933] was born on 31 Oct 1856, was christened on 10 Nov 1856 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and died on 25 Sep 1940 in Gin Cove, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 83. Noah married Emily Frampton [3934] [MRIN: 1352]. Emily was born in 1864 and died on 13 Jun 1933 in Gin Cove, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 69.
 

        iii.  Abraham Stone [2954] was born on 24 Oct 1858 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 25 Nov 1858 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and died in Rocky Brook, Newfoundland, Canada. Abraham married Christina [3933] [MRIN: 1351].
 

         iv.  William Thomas Stone [2932] was born on 3 Aug 1860 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 5 Sep 1860 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. William married Elizabeth Jane Stone [3935] [MRIN: 1353], daughter of Aaron Stone [3960] and Patience Butt [3961].
 

          v.  Elizabeth Ann Stone [2922] was born on 27 Sep 1862 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened in Oct 1862 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and died on 27 Jan 1954 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 91. Elizabeth married Josiah Frampton [3937] [MRIN: 1354], son of Thomas Frampton [3967] and Louisa Butt [3979]. Josiah was born in 1858, died on 5 Jun 1938 in Gin Cove, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 80, and was buried in St. Albans Anglian Cemetery, Gin Cove, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         vi.  Mary Alice/Ellis Stone [2931] was born on 7 Oct 1864 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 20 Oct 1864 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Mary was Mary Alice Stone.
 

        vii.  Joanna Stone [2930] was born on 18 Oct 1866 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 31 Oct 1866 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and died on 4 Sep 1933 in Gin Cove, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 66. Joanna married Charlie Lopez [3939] [MRIN: 1356]. Charlie was born in Mar 1865 in Gin Cove, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and died on 3 Jun 1927 in Gin Cove, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 62.
 


 

25. Caroline Reid [2943], daughter of William Reed [2854] and Joanna [2971], was born about 1835 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 26 Jul 1835 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1893 aged about 58, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Caroline was Caroline Reed.
 

Caroline married Abraham Stone [2944] [MRIN: 1009] on 27 Apr 1852 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Abraham was born in Jul 1828 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 25 Jul 1828 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and died before 14 Nov 1878.
 

26. John Long [3858] was born on 2 Apr 1810 in English Harbour, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 16 May 1810 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

John married Sarah Hart [3857] [MRIN: 1323] about 1840.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  George Long [3859] was born about 1841 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened in Nov 1841 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         ii.  Mark Long [3860] was born about 1844 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 4 Aug 1844 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

        iii.  Joanna Long [3861] was born about 1849 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 12 Aug 1849 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Joseph Long [3862] was born about 1852 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 17 Oct 1852 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

13        v.  Hannah Hart Long [2941] (born on 30 Jul 1856 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada - died on 5 Mar 1925 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Hannah married Martin Stone [2942] [MRIN: 1010], son of Abraham Stone [2944] and Caroline Reid [2943], on 14 Nov 1878 in Christchurch, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Martin was born on 8 Nov 1854 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 1 Apr 1855 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 28 Feb 1905 in Lower Lance Cove, Random Island, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 50, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         vi.  Rachel Long [3863] was born on 3 Aug 1859 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 6 Aug 1859 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 


 

27. Sarah Hart [3857], daughter of Unknown and Unknown,.
 

Sarah married John Long [3858] [MRIN: 1323] about 1840. John was born on 2 Apr 1810 in English Harbour, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 16 May 1810 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

28. George Waterman Bailey [2815], son of David Bailey Jr. [2848] and Elizabeth Bugden [2849], was born on 25 Sep 1811 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 19 Oct 1811 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 5 Jul 1897 in Whale Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 85, and was buried on 8 Jul 1897 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

George married Mary Bannister [2814] [MRIN: 993] on 8 Nov 1842 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Mary was born on 20 Aug 1826 in British Harbour, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 18 Sep 1826.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  William Bailey [2964] was born about 1844 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 15 Sep 1844 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         ii.  David Bailey [2905] was born in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 7 Jun 1846 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

        iii.  Elizabeth Bailey [2906] was born in Cat Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 30 Dec 1849 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Sarah Jane Bailey [2890] was born in Cat Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 30 Dec 1849 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died in 1903 in New Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 54.
 

          v.  Charity Bailey [2907] was born on 29 Aug 1852 in Cat Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 29 Aug 1852 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

14       vi.  Timothy Bailey [2955] (born about 1854 in Whale Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada - died in 1916, buried in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). Timothy married Lydia Lavender [2957] [MRIN: 1012], daughter of Thomas Lavender [2882] and Susannah Verge [2883], on 19 Nov 1881 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Lydia was born on 14 Apr 1862 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

        vii.  Kezia Bailey [2917] was born on 15 May 1856 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 10 Aug 1856 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

       viii.  George Waterman Bailey Jr. [2918] was born on 28 Dec 1858 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 17 Jan 1859 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         ix.  Robert Bannister Waterman Bailey [2908] was born on 8 Jun 1861 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 14 Jul 1861.
 

          x.  Bingley Bailey [2909] was born on 5 Apr 1865 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened in Apr 1865 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 29 Oct 1931 in St. Paul's Hospital, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada aged 66, and was buried on 2 Nov 1931 in Ocean View Cemetery, Burnaby (Vancouver), British Columbia, Canada. Another name for Bingley was Bingley Bailey.
 


 

29. Mary Bannister [2814], daughter of Robert Bannister [2996] and Sarah [2997], was born on 20 Aug 1826 in British Harbour, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 18 Sep 1826.
 

Mary married George Waterman Bailey [2815] [MRIN: 993] on 8 Nov 1842 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. George was born on 25 Sep 1811 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 19 Oct 1811 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 5 Jul 1897 in Whale Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 85, and was buried on 8 Jul 1897 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

30. Thomas Lavender [2882], son of James Lavender [2970] and Sarah Maybe [2949], was born in 1833 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

Thomas married Susannah Verge [2883] [MRIN: 1020] on 14 Nov 1856 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Susannah was born in 1838 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Mary Ann Lavender [2991] was born on 30 Aug 1857 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died about 18 Sep 1883 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 26, and was buried on 21 Sep 1883 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         ii.  James Lavender [3009] was born in 1859 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and died in 1924 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 65.
 

15      iii.  Lydia Lavender [2957] (born on 14 Apr 1862 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Lydia married Timothy Bailey [2955] [MRIN: 1012], son of George Waterman Bailey [2815] and Mary Bannister [2814], on 19 Nov 1881 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Timothy was born about 1854 in Whale Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1916 aged about 62, and was buried in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Elizabeth Lavender [2923] was born on 14 Apr 1862 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 21 Apr 1862 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 25 Mar 1920 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 57, and was buried about 28 Mar 1920 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

          v.  Jochebed Lavender [3008] was born in 1867 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and died in 1918 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 51.
 


 

31. Susannah Verge [2883], daughter of John Verge [2862] and Elizabeth Short [2866], was born in 1838 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

Susannah married Thomas Lavender [2882] [MRIN: 1020] on 14 Nov 1856 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Thomas was born in 1833 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.

 

Sixth Generation (3rd Great-Grandparents)



 

32. "John" Joseph Young [268], son of Charles "Joseph" LeJeune Jr [1577] and Agathe LeJeune [919], was born in 1793 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1851.
 

General Notes: Included in the listing of inhabitants in the District of Little Bras d'Or in 1818 is;

John Young; born in 1793 (age 25), listed as from N.F.Land, with the country of his parents listed as France. He is married with 2 children and living in the "French Village" (the lower end of Little Bra d'Or).

If his children were born in 1815 and 1817, they would be age 36 and 38 respectively in 1851, at the time that George married in 1851. Assuming the same wife, John may have had children as late as say 1838, who would be age 13 years in 1851.
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Some Cape Breton families would spend their summers fishing at Bay St. George, NF.

A number of these families who were living in Little Bras d'Or in the 1818 did eventually migrate to Bay St. George, NF. These familys included Jessam, Marsh and Young (LeJeune).

The 1838 census of Cape Breton Island includes a George Long, living in the the "French Village" area of Little Bras d'Or. At this time, George is married and has 3 children.

George Lent (Long) was a witness at the Sandy Point, NF marriage of George Young and Susan Webb. There seems to be a relationship between George Young and George Lent (Long). George Young was the godfather for Helene Long, daughter of George Lent (Long) and Marie LeJeune (Young). Helene was baptised on May 18, 1856. Coincidentally, William, the son of George Young and Susan Webb was baptised on the same day. There may have even been a blood realationship between George Young (LeJeune) and Marie Young (LeJeune).

In the ealy 1800's, Frederick Nicolas Boutilier and his family migrated from the Luneburg area to Cape Breton. Frederick, age 65) is included in the listing of inhabitants in the District of Little Bras d'Or in 1818. Frederick had 5 daughters who married in the Little Bras d'Or area between 1810-1813. On of the daughters, Susanna "Catherine" married John Young on September 25, 1812.

As per the last Will and Testament of Joseph King of Petit bras d'Or, Will # 112 is dated April 3, 1829, it is suggested that John and Catherine are living in Petit bras d'Or at this time.

Wayne Young
September 30, 2013
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Posted by: Andre Vachon </cgi-genforum/email.cgi?907567437> (ID *****7437)
Date: September 17, 2003 at 16:02:41

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Hello Wayne,

I find the marriage of :

Microfilm no. 15928
Bride Groom
Boutelier, Catharine and Young, Joseph

residence French Village

Bond dated: 05 September 1812

on : (Inventory no. 128) NSARM Government Archives section

Marriage bonds : [1763-1864, 1870-1871]. - Microfilmed in 1984. - 13 microfilm reels.

Regards,
Andre
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Also, from Allan Stride - Sep/2003;

Will # 112 is dated April 3, 1829

The last Will and Testament of Joseph King of Petit bras d'Or

Finally the Will ( #112) of Joseph King dated "this third day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty nine" names two new participants and implicates other people who might have a bearing on the King family:

"the last Will and Testament of JOSEPH KING of Little Bras D'Or in the County of Cape Breton yeoman deceased … first I give and bequeath to ELIZABETH my dearly beloved wife the sum of five pounds … to be levied out of my Estate together with all my household goods, debts, and moveable effects. Also I give to my well beloved nephew, HENRY YOUNG , son of JOHN YOUNG of Little Bras D'Or in the County of Cape Breton who will likewise constitute, make and (unreadable text) the sole executor of this my last Will and Testament…".

As well as providing proof positive that Joseph King died, maybe even a short while prior to this date, the Will also names the nephew (Henry Young) as the sole Executor and this character is probably the son of Catherine Bouthillier and John Young who married at St George's Anglican Church, Sydney in 1813.

Since Joseph King had married Elizabeth Catherine Bouthillier it's my assumption that Henry Young is related to Mr. King through his wife (yes! There's some guess-work on my part, I'm merely speculating here that this lady in 1829 is Elizabeth Bouthillier and that the two wives are sisters).

Whether or not John Young (Jean Lejeune) and Catherine Bouthillier ever came to Bay St.George remains a question with less than 100% certainty but it is known that their son George Young married Susan Webb at Sandy Point January 24, 1851.
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The marriage record of John Young and Catherine Boutilier;

NSARM, microfilm no. 15928

25 Sept 1812

Know all men by these presents that We…

Joseph Young of the French Village and John Woods of Sydney on the Island of Cape Breton are (----) and (-----) (------) unto his honour, Major General Nepean.

Pursuant of His Majesty's council for the said island, and to his successor or successors in office -- in the sum of one hundred ounces (then a word is scribbled out) current money of Nova Scotia, for the payment of which to be well and truly made. We find consensus and each of us by himself firmly by their presents, sealed with our seals and Dated this Twenty Fifth day of September, 1812.

The condition of this obligation is such that ……
Whereas, the above ----- ("the above ----" is stroked out) John (it appears as if, Joseph was first written by mistake and then corrected by writing John on top of Joseph) Young is about to solemnize a marriage with Catherine Boutalier with the authority of a licence from His Honour, Major Gene Nepean.

Now if there is no lawful impediment existing between the said parties, why they should not be joined in the banns of the holy matrimony according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England. there is no obligation to be said and of no effect, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of

B------- Smythe, -------

Joseph Young, his mark X
John Woods, his mark X
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Cape Breton Land Petitions

1822

LeJeune, Joseph
Petitioner, a native of Newfoundland, age 54, is married and has twelve children. He has lived for thirty years on a lot on the south side of Little Bras d'Or, surveyed for him. He asks a grant. Note: Petitioner has lately been intruded upon by one, Burchal, who claims the only good part of this lot. Note: "This only land to which petitioner, a Calker by profession and a boat builder, can have any claim is lot 10, south side of the Gut of Canso near French Village 100 acres, on which he resided.....
One son lately sold his share to George Burchal, who immediately petitioned and received a Warrant of Survey.
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Hi Wayne:

Conversed with you back in late Dec 2008.
We are from and still live in the Little Bras d'or area

Regarding your page on John Young and Catherine Boutiler

Are you aware that Francis "Fransway" Lejeune, who acquired the 470 acre land grant, was married to Marguerite / Margaret LeJeune
She was the dof Christophe leJeune and Louise Hache dit Gallant
See Will of Francis LeJeune

My wife descends from Francis and Margaret LeJeune married 17 Sept 1793 in Sydney
Thru their daughter Françoise LeJeune who married James Quinn 1 Jul 1833
James and Françoise(LeJeune) Quinn received part of Francis LeJeune land thru his 1838 will
My wife's grandparents lived on that portion of the original Francis LeJeune land grant after their marriage

Also I believe that it was Joseph LeJeune Sr who acquired Lot 5 next Charles King In Little Bras d'or.( 1st thru Crown Lease, then latter a grant)
He would later give 100 acres to his son Gabriel LeJeune.
Your Joseph leJeune acquired lot 10 down in Mill Creek (see land Grant map for this area)
Across from Joseph LeJeune land, was the land of Burchill, who acquired it from John Young and Catherine (Boutilire) LeJeune



Sincerely

Eric Simm
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I believe it is mentioned in Joseph lejeune's land petition--> Josephs son sells the only good piece of land to Burchell.
John Young sold some of his fathers (Josephs) land
Burchell immediately applied for a ticket

Joseph is given a 100 acres.

John and Catherine probably moved from Little Bras d'or to Bay St George during the exodus period of 2nd quarter of the 1800's

Joseph LeJeunes land would be eventually sold by his daughter, Ellen's family to Joseph Jessome sof Edward Jessome and Margaret LeJeune

Eric
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Noted events in his life were:

• 1818 Census: John, (age 25) is living in, Little Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. He is married with 2 children and living in the "French Village", which is located at the lower end of Little Bras d'Or. He is listed as from N.F. Land and his country of origin is listed as France.

"John" married Susanna "Catherine" Boutilier [936] [MRIN: 347] on 25 Sep 1812 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Susanna was born on 25 Jul 1792 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 26 Aug 1792 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada, and died after 1851.

Marriage Notes:

25 Sept 1812

Know all men by these presents that We…

Joseph Young of the French Village and John Woods of Sydney on the Island of Cape Breton are (----) and (-----) (------) unto his honour, Major (or Mayor) Gene Nepean(looks like).

Pursuant of His Majesty's council for the said island, and to his successor or successors in office -- in the sum of one hundred ounces (then a word is scribbled out) current money of Nova Scotia, for the payment of which to be well and truly made. We find consensus and each of us by himself firmly by their presents, sealed with our seals and Dated this Twenty Fifth day of September, 1812.

The condition of this obligation is such that ……
Whereas, the above ----- (“the above ----” is stroked out) John (it appears as if, Joseph was first written by mistake and then corrected by writing John on top of Joseph) Young is about to solemnize a marriage with Catherine Boutalier with the authority of a licence from His Honour, Major (or Mayor) Gene Nepean (looks like).

Now if there is no lawful impediment existing between the said parties, why they should not be joined in the banns of the holy matrimony according to the rites and ceremonies of the Church of England. there is no obligation to be said and of no effect, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of

B------- Smythe, -------

Joseph Young, his mark X
John Woods, his mark X

NSARM, microfilm no. 15928
 

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Unknown Young [3354] was born about 1813 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

         ii.  Unknown Young [3924] was born about 1816 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

        iii.  James Young [3338] was born about 1820. James married Mary Roach [3341] [MRIN: 1130].
 

         iv.  William "Henry" Young [1474] was born in 1821 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada and died After 1861, before 1871. William married Mary Anne Jesseau [2253] [MRIN: 798], daughter of Jesseau [2617] and Unknown, before 1845. Mary was born in 1816 and died after 1881.
 

16        v.  George Young [15] (born about 1825 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada - died Aft 1883, but before 1898 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada). George married Susan Webb [12] [MRIN: 4], daughter of Jacques Webb [18] and Marie Camus [19], on 24 Jan 1851 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Susan was born in 1832 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada, was christened on 1 Sep 1834 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada, and died after 1878.
 

         vi.  Peter Young [3708] was born in Jan 1829 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1912 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Peter married Elizabeth Marche [3709] [MRIN: 1260], daughter of John "Joseph" Marche [2182] and Ann "Mary" Boutilier [930], on 12 Aug 1865. Elizabeth was born in Mar 1840 and died after 1912 in Stephenville, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

        vii.  Marie Young [1299] was born about 1832 and died after 1864. Marie married George Long (Lent) [1298] [MRIN: 430] on 20 Jun 1852 in Immaculate Conception RC Church Records, Sandy Point, NL, Canada. George was born about 1830.
 


 

33. Susanna "Catherine" Boutilier [936], daughter of Frederick Nicolas Boutilier [920] and Anna Barbara Magdalena Hirtle [921], was born on 25 Jul 1792 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 26 Aug 1792 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada, and died after 1851.
 

General Notes: The Boutilier Family arrives in Cape Breton;

In the early 1800s, Frederick Nicolas BOUTILIER, the son of Jean George Boutilier, and his family immigated from the Lunenburg area to the Sydney area of Cape Breton. Frederick, (age 65) is included in the listing of inhabitants in the District of Little Bras d'Or in 1818. Frederick was accompanied by at l5 daughters who married in the Little Bras d'Or area in the 1810-1813 period.
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Land Petition

1809 - Boutellier, Frederic Report of Crawley to McKinnon: 600 acres at the Mill Creek on the Island of Boularderie. Boutellier's family consist of thirteen persons.

Source: Cape Breton no.: 461 NSARM microfilm: 15790
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Cape Breton Deed Bk K p. 130 (FHL Film # 808, 750)
registered 19 August 1834
dated 10 July 1834
Edmund Murry Dodd of Sydney, Esq. Master extraordinary of the Court of Chancery to Henry V. Bown of Sydney Gentleman

re: Bill of Complaint in Chancery Court at Halifax by executors of estate of William Bown Jr. of Sydney, Esq., complainants against Ann Boutalier, George Boutalier, John Boutalier, James Boutalier, Peter Boutalier, Henry Boutalier, Joseph King, Eliza King, Joseph Marsh, Mary Ann Marsh, Francis Fortune, Susan Fortune, William Gould, Sophia Gould, John Young and Catherine Young widow and heirs at law of Frederick Boutalier late of Little Bras d'Or, yeoman defendants foreclosure on certain lots mortaged by Frederick Boutalier on 10 April 1816 to William Bown for 166 pounds and 7 shillings with interest (proceedings dated 19 May 1834, Hon. T.N. Jeffery); sold at public auction to H. V. Bown for 96 pounds were the following lots, lot on NW shore of the Gut of Little Bras d'Or (250 acres)-see deed bk B p. 123 (dated 1 January 1794) for more detail; also deed of 5 June 1807, see bk C p. 192 except 150 acres already conveyed by F.B. Also a tract of Land on Boulardarie Island at SW boundary of W. Hamilton's lot on the shore of the Little Bras d'Or, and a lot at Mill Creek in Boularderie Island (crown lease to Frederick Boutalier of 4 Nov 1809, bk C p. 438)

It would appear that "certain lots" belonging to Frederich Boutilier in 1809, were mortgaged to a William Bowen on 10 April 1816.

The above complaint was brought against the heirs of Frederick Boutilier, who we can assume has passed away, meaning that he died between 1816 and 1834.

I have yet to sort out what is going on with the land, but it seems evident who the legal heirs are.
Please note that the "heirs at law" in the above document are listed as:
Ann Boutilier, wife
George Boutilier, son
John, son
James, son
Peter, son
Henry, son
Elizabeth, daughter and husband Joseph King
Mary Ann, daughter and husband Joseph Marsh
Susan, daughter and husband Francis Fortune
Sophia, daughter and husband William Gould
Catherine, daughter and husband John Young
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Susanna married "John" Joseph Young [268] [MRIN: 347] on 25 Sep 1812 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada. "John" was born in 1793 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1851.
 

34. Jacques Webb [18], son of Jean Webb [1786] and Marie LeJeune [1787], was born in May 1805 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1858.
 

Noted events in his life were:

• Relocation:

Between 1840 and 1850, Jacque Webb and his family moved from Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS to Bay St. George, NL, Canada.

• Forest's List (1858):

In 1858, Jacques Webb is listed with a household of 4 at Bay St. George, NL, Canada

Author's Note; They likely include Jacques, his wife Marie and their daughters Elizabeth and Marie.

Daughter, Susan married George Young in 1851 and son, Jean married Bridget Benoit in 1856.

Jacques married Marie Camus [19] [MRIN: 6] about 1831 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Marie was born about 1812 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

17        i.  Susan Webb [12] (born in 1832 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada - died after 1878). Susan married George Young [15] [MRIN: 4], son of "John" Joseph Young [268] and Susanna "Catherine" Boutilier [936], on 24 Jan 1851 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. George was born about 1825 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died Aft 1883, but before 1898 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         ii.  Jean Webb [21] was born in 1835 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada, died on 25 Mar 1913 in Flat Bay, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 78, and was buried in Bank Head, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Jean married Bridget Benoit [24] [MRIN: 8] on 13 Oct 1856. Bridget was born on 30 Oct 1837 in Margaree, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.
 

        iii.  Elizabeth "Elsey/Alice" Webb [22] was born between 1840 and 1845. Other names for Elizabeth were Alice and Elsie. Elizabeth married Michele LeBlanc [23] [MRIN: 7] on 29 Nov 1862. Michele was born on 29 Nov 1862 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Elizabeth had a relationship with Michael Benoit [2185] [MRIN: 360], son of Paul Benoit [1519] and Victorie (Serpintine) LeBlanc [418]. This couple did not marry. Michael was born in Oct 1844 in Margaree, Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1911.
 

         iv.  Marie Webb [20] was born about 1845. Marie married Christopher Michael Agathe [25] [MRIN: 9] on 22 Jan 1862. Another name for Christopher is Micmac.
 

Jacques next married Celeste Alexander [1035] [MRIN: 359] on 31 Jul 1865 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.

General Notes: The following is an English translation from French of an entry in the register of Father Alex Belanger, Missionary at the Bay St. George Mission located at Sandy Point, Newfoundland:

“July 31, 1865, after being granted dispensation of the three bands and of the relationship of marriage to the second degree to Jacques Webb, widower and Celeste Alexandre, widow, we the undersigned fathers have received their mutual consent of marriage, in the presence of George Young and Cosime LeBlanc, ???????, who could not sign”.

Signed:
Alex Belanger, VG
 

 


 

35. Marie Camus [19], daughter of Jean-Rene Charles Camus [35] and Marie L' Official [36], was born about 1812 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.
 

Marie married Jacques Webb [18] [MRIN: 6] about 1831 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Jacques was born in May 1805 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1858.
 

46. Jean Marie Lucas Sr. [1316], son of Unknown and Unknown, was born in 1797 in France and died on 7 Dec 1857 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 60.
 

General Notes:

On December 7, 1857, Jean Marie Lucas, husband of Henrietta LeJeune, died. He is recorded as about 60 years old and from France. It is likely that Jean Marie Lucas was from France, but arrived in Bay St. George via Cape Breton. It is also possible that Jean Marie arrived in Bay St. George by way of St. Pierre and Miquelon.


From the Death Records of the Church of the Immaculate conception, Sandy Point, Bay St. George, Newfoundland;

Died on Dec 7, 1857 - Lucas, Jean Marie (abt 60yrs) from France, husband of Henrietta LeJeune

Jean married Henrietta (Osithe) LeJeune [2157] [MRIN: 432] before 1835. Henrietta was born about 1807 and died on 14 Jul 1896 aged about 89.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Victoire Lucas [1633]. Victoire married Victor Dannois [1634] [MRIN: 566], son of Jean Dannois [1635] and Rosalie Marche [1636], on 10 Jan 1860 in Immaculate Conception RC Church Records, Sandy Point, NL, Canada. Victor was born about 1840.
 

         ii.  Alexander Lucas [1641] was born about 1843 and died on 6 Feb 1902 in Main River, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged about 59. Alexander married Marie Benoit [1642] [MRIN: 570], daughter of Jean Benoit [499] and Judith LeJeune [496], on 22 Sep 1863 in Immaculate Conception RC Church Records, Sandy Point, NL, Canada. Alexander next married Jane Alexander [2452] [MRIN: 1069] on 17 Jun 1872 in Immaculate Conception RC Church Records, Sandy Point, NL, Canada.
 

        iii.  Jean Marie Lucas Jr. [1622] was born about 1835. Jean married Venerande Cormier [1623] [MRIN: 557], daughter of Tranquil Cormier [1624] and Angelique Deveau [1625], on 20 Aug 1855 in Immaculate Conception RC Church Records, Sandy Point, NL, Canada.
 

23       iv.  Sophia Marie Lucas [2156] (born before 1850 - died before 1891). Sophia married Guillaume Robin [2155] [MRIN: 740] on 31 May 1871 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Guillaume was born about 1846 in La Roche-derrien, Brittany, France and died on 18 Dec 1946 in Cape St George, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged about 100. Sophia next married Hippolyte Reneau [2158] [MRIN: 742], son of Julien Reneau [2159] and Elizabeth Marche [2160], on 10 Oct 1865 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Hippolyte was born before 1850 and died before 1871.
 

          v.  Philip Lucas [1317] was born on 10 Apr 1852 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 11 Jun 1852 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada, and was buried on 30 Jan 1856 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 

         vi.  Elizabeth Lucas [1327] was born on 1 May 1855 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada and was christened on 2 May 1855 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Elizabeth married Philipp O'Quin [3238] [MRIN: 1100], son of Constant O'Quin [3239] and Unknown, on 1 Nov 1874 in Immaculate Conception RC Church Records, Sandy Point, NL, Canada.
 

        vii.  Rose Lucas [3155] was born about 1835 in Main Gut, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Rose married Oliver Benoit [3154] [MRIN: 1072], son of Jean Benoit [499] and Judith LeJeune [496], on 26 Jun 1854 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Oliver was born about 1834 in Main Gut, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and died on 10 Feb 1897 in Main River, Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged about 63.
 

       viii.  Adelaide Lucas [3236]. Adelaide married Pierre O'Quin (Couenne) [3237] [MRIN: 1099] on 7 Jan 1858 in Immaculate Conception RC Church Records, Sandy Point, NL, Canada.
 


 

47. Henrietta (Osithe) LeJeune [2157], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, was born about 1807 and died on 14 Jul 1896 aged about 89.
 

Henrietta married Jean Marie Lucas Sr. [1316] [MRIN: 432] before 1835. Jean was born in 1797 in France and died on 7 Dec 1857 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 60.
 

48. Thomas Stone [2916], son of Henry Stone [2987] and Mary Hogarth [2988], was born on 1 Aug 1799 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 7 Oct 1801 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

General Notes:

August 1, 1799

A Son to HEN'Y & MARY STONE of Bonav'a in this District Priv'y
Named THOMAS. Pub'y 7th Oct'r 1801.
___________________________________________________________________________
This is to certify that THOMAS STONE of Old Bonaventure of the District of Trinity, Island of Newfoundland, and ELIZABETH BAYLEY of Trinity in the same district and island, were married in this church at Trinity with content of friends this twenty-sixth? day of October in the year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-three, by me, William Bullock, Miss. E.M.*

*Episcopal Missionary - Transcriber

This marriage was solemnized between us Thomas (X) Stone and Elizabeth (X) Bayley , (X) being their marks, in the presence of Maud McGratt, John Megher and his wife (X) being their marks.
________________________________________________________________________

Source: Decks Awash - the final issue, volume 20, number 2, March/April 1991


"Milton to Burgoyone's Cove"


Monroe (Upper Rocky Brook)


The first colonist at Monroe, then called (Upper) Rocky Brook, was Henry William Stone, a wine merchant from Glastonbury, Somerset. He had first settled at Job's Cove, St. John's, and then moved with his second wife, Patience Marr from Harbour Grace, to Old Bonaventure, where the family had a general store and built boats. The family then moved to (Upper) Rocky Brook around 1870 for timber, and the family, now with seven children, owned a store. The older son, Emmanuel, had two sons who owned schooners. and operated stores and sawmills. The Stone's second son, Alfred John, married Emily Frampton from Gin Cove. The remaining five children were girls.

Henry Stone was listed for Old Bonaventure in 1795 and 1814, and there were other Stones living in Trinity Bay. Thomas Stone was a constable in the Trinity district around 1730, and Robert Stone was in Trinity Bay by 1765.

The family built a watermill at Rocky Brook, had a farm with Jersey cows and also built schooners for the Labrador fishery. They traded with merchants in Catalina, and also maintained a producive apple, plum and cherry orchard.

Following the Stones were other English families Frampton, Holloway, Sanson and Duffett. Sinclairs
and Reids came from Scotland, and Daltons and Cotters from Ireland. A Lopez arrived from Spain, and the Luther family from Labrador. Frampton was a shipbuilder and Dalton had a general store.

Families were a mix of Church of England, Methodist and Roman Catholic, and had moved from other parts of Trinity Bay. Joseph Fram(p)ton had been listed for Trinity in 1760, with William Frampton as a planter at British Harbour in 1844. Mary Cotter was listed for Catalina in 1822, and [chana Cotter for Riders Harbour in 1832. James Dalton was a planter at Little Catalina in 1841, Hugh Duffet(t) was listed for Trinity Bay in 1769, and Charles Duffet(t) was at Catalina in 1811. Stephen Holloway was in Bonavista by 1808 and the family was widespread on the Trinity north shore in the 1800s. The Luther family might have been James and Silas Lather [sic] listed as Hant's Harbour fishermen in 1871. David Read was listed for Trinity Bay in 1766, and Thomas Read occupied a fishing room at Trinity in 1800. Several Reed and Reid families were listed for Trinity Bay in the 1800s. Other families arrived later from other parts of Trinity Bay, and most of Monroe's Upper Rocky Brook original families left.

Manuel Carberry was listed for Turk's Cove in 1800, Richard Carberry was fishing at British Harbour in 1813, and William Carberry was a planter at Bonaventure in 1831. John Goodyear was at Catalina by the mid-1800s. James Pelley was first listed for Hant's Harbour in 1800, with Joseph and other members of the Pelley family moving to Broad Cove (Somerset) by 1871. Absalom Phillips was listed for Bonaventure in 1777 and for Kerleys Harbour in 1779. Matthew Phillips was a planter at British Harbour in 1844, and the Ryans were at Trinity by 1764 and widespread in Trinity Bay by the mid-1800s.

In 1884, Upper Rocky Brook had 31 Church of England and Wesleyan residents, among them two
mechanics. The 10 fishermen landed 616 quintals of cod, 31 barrels of herring and 36 barrels of caplin, andtwo boats were built in 1881. By 1901, the 54 residents included a merchant and two office workers. Some of the 13 fishermen-fanners travelled on three schoonersto Labrador and returned with 1,350quintals of cod. Another 195 quintals were landed inshore. for a total value of 55,946. Fourteen of the 22 children were in the one-room Church of England school. and there wasa general store and a post office in the early 1900s.

In 1911, the 61 residents in 11 Church of England and Methodist families were all connected to the fishery. Three schooners went to Labrador and brought back 1,550 quintals of cod, while inshore fishermen landed 80 quintals and some herring, for a total value of $7,036. The community was renamed Monroe during the first world war.

In 1921, Monroe had 79 residents, including a merchant and one new arrival from England. Two schooners
returned from Labrador with 1,020quintals of cod, and inshore fishermen landed 50 quintals totalling SS.976. A local sawmill with three employees produced 55,000 board feet of lumber worth 52,500.

By 1935, the population was 90 in 19 families. Menroe had two businesses, a large schooner and two small
schooners. Harry Stone had the first car, a Packard, in the late 1930s. He also owned a shipyard, where the last vessel constructed was the Terra Nova. In 1935, the first United Church church was built in Monroe.

Although recent census reports do not list Smith Sound communities separately, it is likely Monroe has not grown significantly in size since the 1950s. Like most neighboring towns, Monroe's economy depends on the fortunes of Clarenville.


1935 CENSUS MONROE
From: Eastern Head of Lawton to Little Harbour TRINITY BAY DISTRICT

Col 1 Col 2 Col 3 Col 3 Col 9 Col 10 Col 11 Col 12

DWELLING FAMILY SURNAME GIVEN NAME REL TO HEAD SEX MARITAL STATUS AGE

264 STONE Emmanuel Head M M 54
STONE Emily Belle Wife F M 50
STONE Ralph W Son M S 25
STONE Ethena Gladys Daughter F S 23
STONE Henry William Son M S 21
STONE Eugene Son M S 18
STONE Patience Ann Daughter F S 11
STONE Daisy Myrtle Daughter F S 14
STONE Margaret Tansy Belle Daughter F S 8
STONE Eric Gerald Doyle Son M S 5
265 ST. CLAIR Norman Head M M 27
ST. CLAIR Mary Wife F M 21
ST. CLAIR Ivy Daughter F S 2 PAGE 258 ST.CLAIR Ralph Son M S 9 mths 266 304 ST. CLAIR Edward Head M M 54 ST. CLAIR Agnes Jane Wife F M 49 ST. CLAIR Ingham Son M S 19 ST. CLAIR Gladys Daughter F S 17 ST. CLAIR Emmanuel Daughter F S 13 267 305 HOLLOWAY Stephen Head M M 41 HOLLOWAY Mary Ellen Wife F M 30 HOLLOWAY Llewelyn Clyde Son M S 6 HOLLOWAY Eleanor Daughter F S 4 HOLLOWAY Samuel Brother M S 36 268 306 PARSONS John Head M M 42 PARSONS Elizabeth Wife F M 40 PARSONS Amelia Daughter F S 12 PARSONS Samuel Son M S 8 PARSONS Amelia Mother F W 76 269 307 SANSON James Head M M 49 SANSON Catherine Wife F M 46 SANSON William Henry Son M S 22 SANSON Herbert Son M S 20 SANSON Elizabeth Son? F S 17 SANSON Oswald Son M S 15 SANSON Gerald Agustus Son M S 8 270 308 STONE Henry William Head M M 56 STONE Martha Wife F M 51 STONE Mary Margaret Daughter F S 23 STONE Gilbert Winsor Son M S 20 STONE Florence Mabel Daughter F S 17 STONE Arthur Son M S 12 271 309 STONE Chesley Head M M 27 STONE Gladys Wife F M 24 STONE Melvina Daughter F S 3 STONE Neta Frances Daughter F S 2 PAGE 228 272 310 HOLLOWAY Emmanuel Head M M 42 HOLLOWAY Anastatia Wife F M 38 HOLLOWAY Nina Dorothy Daughter F S 5 273 311 GOODYEAR Robert Head M M 54 GOODYEAR Bertha Wife F M 50 274 312 HOLLOWAY Charles Head M M 47 HOLLOWAY Jessie Wife F M 25 275 313 STONE George Emmanuel Head M M 36 STONE Pearl Wife F M 32 STONE George Son M S 5 276 314 HOLLOWAY William Head M M 44 HOLLOWAY Alfreda Wife F M 38 HOLLOWAY Effie Daughter F S 17 HOLLOWAY Olive Mary Daughter F S 15 HOLLOWAY Ida Belle Daughter F S 14 HOLLOWAY Silas Leslie Son M S 10 HOLLOWAY Harry David Son M S 8 HOLLOWAY Edith Marjorie Daughter F S 5 277 315 BARNES Harry Head M M 32 BARNES Rosie Wife M M 32 278 316 GOODYEAR William Head M M 50 GOODYEAR Selina Wife F M 45 GOODYEAR George Son M S 23 GOODYEAR Victor Son M S 20 GOODYEAR Blanche Daughter F S 17 GOODYEAR Mildred Daughter F S 15 GOODYEAR Laurie Daughter F S 13 GOODYEAR John Gordon Son M S 9 GOODYEAR Martha Daughter F S 8 GOODYEAR Phylis Daughter F S 2 279 317 STONE Hubert Head M M 42 STONE Amelia Wife F M 32 STONE Cavell Daughter F S 10 PAGE 229 STONE Annie Daughter F S 8 STONE Morley Son M S 5 STONE Una Daughter M S 4 280 318 STONE John Sr. Head M W 79 STONE A. John Jr Son M S 35 281 319 BAILEY George Albert Head M M 55 BAILEY Mary Ellen Wife F M 54 BAILEY Dugald Son M S 18 320 BAILEY Herbert Chamberlain Son M M 24 BAILEY Marion Emmaline Daughter-in-law F M 20 WHITE Adnrew Brother-in-law M W 73

 

Thomas married Elizabeth "Betty" Bailey [2947] [MRIN: 1008] on 22 Oct 1822 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Elizabeth was born about Mar 1803 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 28 May 1803 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in 1887 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 84, and was buried in 1887 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Another name for Elizabeth was Betty Bailey.

Children from this marriage were:

 

24        i.  Abraham Stone [2944] (born in Jul 1828 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada - died before 14 Nov 1878). Abraham married Caroline Reid [2943] [MRIN: 1009], daughter of William Reed [2854] and Joanna [2971], on 27 Apr 1852 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Caroline was born about 1835 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 26 Jul 1835 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1893 aged about 58, and was buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Caroline was Caroline Reed.
 

         ii.  Mary Ann Stone [2993] was born about 1824 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 13 Oct 1824 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

        iii.  William Stone [2945] was born in Jan 1826 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 15 Sep 1826 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 3 Feb 1903 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 77, and was buried in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. William married Susan George [3899] [MRIN: 1344] on 22 Oct 1822 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Susan was born about 1823 in Heart's ease trinity bay, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Arabella Isabella Stone [2929] was born about 1830 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 17 Nov 1830 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Arabella was Anabella Stone.
 

          v.  Susanah Stone [2928] was born about 1835 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 1 Feb 1835 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         vi.  Henry Stone [2927] was born about 1838 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 10 Jan 1838 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

        vii.  John Stone [2925] was born about 1840 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 22 Nov 1840 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 29 Nov 1905 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 65, and was buried in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

       viii.  Elizabeth Stone [2926] was born about 1843 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 30 Oct 1843 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 


 

49. Elizabeth "Betty" Bailey [2947], daughter of David Bailey Jr. [2848] and Elizabeth Bugden [2849], was born about Mar 1803 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 28 May 1803 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in 1887 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 84, and was buried in 1887 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Another name for Elizabeth was Betty Bailey.
 

Elizabeth married Thomas Stone [2916] [MRIN: 1008] on 22 Oct 1822 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Thomas was born on 1 Aug 1799 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 7 Oct 1801 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

50. William Reed [2854] .
 

William married Joanna [2971] [MRIN: 1013].

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Mary Reid [3022] was born about 1821 and died in 1903 aged about 82.
 

25       ii.  Caroline Reid [2943] (born about 1835 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada - died in 1893, buried in Petley (Upper Lance Cove), Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Caroline married Abraham Stone [2944] [MRIN: 1009], son of Thomas Stone [2916] and Elizabeth "Betty" Bailey [2947], on 27 Apr 1852 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Abraham was born in Jul 1828 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 25 Jul 1828 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and died before 14 Nov 1878.
 


 

51. Joanna [2971] .
 

Joanna married William Reed [2854] [MRIN: 1013].
 

56. David Bailey Jr. [2848], son of David Bailey Sr. [2819] and Patience Waterman [2818], was born about 18 May 1764 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 19 May 1764 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died about Apr 1846 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 81, and was buried on 2 Apr 1846 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Ancestral File Number: MXRC-P3.
 

David married Elizabeth Bugden [2849] [MRIN: 997] on 6 Oct 1797 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Elizabeth was born about 1778 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 4 Nov 1778 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1861 aged about 83, and was buried on 25 Apr 1861 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Elizabeth was Bette Bugden.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Patience Bailey [2952] was born about 1799 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 30 Apr 1799 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 20 Jun 1869 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 70, and was buried in New Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         ii.  Honor Bailey [2817] was born about 1801 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 14 Jun 1801 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in May 1853 aged about 52, and was buried on 15 May 1853 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

49      iii.  Elizabeth "Betty" Bailey [2947] (born about Mar 1803 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada - died in 1887 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). Elizabeth married Thomas Stone [2916] [MRIN: 1008], son of Henry Stone [2987] and Mary Hogarth [2988], on 22 Oct 1822 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Thomas was born on 1 Aug 1799 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 7 Oct 1801 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Mary Bailey [2900] was born on 28 Jul 1805 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 31 Aug 1805 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

          v.  Mahalah Bailey [2816] was born on 17 May 1807 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 12 Jul 1807 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 21 May 1809 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 2, and was buried on 24 May 1809 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         vi.  Hannah Bailey [2989] was born on 3 Aug 1809 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 8 Sep 1809 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

28      vii.  George Waterman Bailey [2815] (born on 25 Sep 1811 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada - died on 5 Jul 1897 in Whale Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). George married Mary Bannister [2814] [MRIN: 993], daughter of Robert Bannister [2996] and Sarah [2997], on 8 Nov 1842 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Mary was born on 20 Aug 1826 in British Harbour, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 18 Sep 1826.
 

       viii.  Susannah Bailey [2828] was born on 7 Jan 1814 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 13 May 1814 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died on 22 Jun 1886 aged 72.
 

         ix.  Esther Bailey [2951] was born on 15 Nov 1815 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 18 Apr 1816 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and was buried on 18 Jun 1891 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Esther was Hester Bailey.
 

          x.  David Bailey [2950] was born on 1 Feb 1818 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 9 May 1818 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in Oct 1836 aged 18, and was buried on 23 Oct 1836 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         xi.  William Bailey [2920] was born about 1821 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 22 Apr 1821 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 


 

57. Elizabeth Bugden [2849], daughter of William Bugden [2809] and Mary Verge [2811], was born about 1778 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 4 Nov 1778 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1861 aged about 83, and was buried on 25 Apr 1861 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Elizabeth was Bette Bugden. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-PH.
 

Elizabeth married David Bailey Jr. [2848] [MRIN: 997] on 6 Oct 1797 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. David was born about 18 May 1764 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 19 May 1764 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died about Apr 1846 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 81, and was buried on 2 Apr 1846 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

58. Robert Bannister [2996], son of Unknown and Martha Hiscock [2910], was christened on 2 Feb 1787 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

Robert married Sarah [2997] [MRIN: 1021].

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Patience Bannister [3025] was christened on 15 Jul 1823 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

29       ii.  Mary Bannister [2814] (born on 20 Aug 1826 in British Harbour, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Mary married George Waterman Bailey [2815] [MRIN: 993], son of David Bailey Jr. [2848] and Elizabeth Bugden [2849], on 8 Nov 1842 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. George was born on 25 Sep 1811 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 19 Oct 1811 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 5 Jul 1897 in Whale Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 85, and was buried on 8 Jul 1897 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

        iii.  Catherine Bannister [2995] was born on 1 Nov 1827 in British Harbour, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         iv.  Robert Bannister [2979] was born in 1831 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 


 

59. Sarah [2997] .
 

Sarah married Robert Bannister [2996] [MRIN: 1021]. Robert was christened on 2 Feb 1787 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

60. James Lavender [2970] was born in 1802 in England and died on 29 May 1841 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 39.
 

James married Sarah Maybe [2949] [MRIN: 1016] on 10 Mar 1829. Sarah was born about 1811 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 8 Jun 1811 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  George Lavender [2969] was born on 29 Oct 1830 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

30       ii.  Thomas Lavender [2882] (born in 1833 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Thomas married Susannah Verge [2883] [MRIN: 1020], daughter of John Verge [2862] and Elizabeth Short [2866], on 14 Nov 1856 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Susannah was born in 1838 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

        iii.  Mary Ann Lavender [3007] was born about 1835.
 


 

61. Sarah Maybe [2949], daughter of John Maybe [2841] and Dinah Bugden [2843], was born about 1811 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 8 Jun 1811 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

Sarah married James Lavender [2970] [MRIN: 1016] on 10 Mar 1829. James was born in 1802 in England and died on 29 May 1841 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 39.
 

62. John Verge [2862], son of Thomas Verge [2857] and Patience Hookey [2858], was born in 1802 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

John married Elizabeth Short [2866] [MRIN: 995] on 31 Oct 1831 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Elizabeth was born in 1810 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and died in 1877 aged 67.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Lydia Verge [2821]
 

         ii.  Stephen Verge [2833]
 

        iii.  Joseph Verge [2983] was born in 1837 and died after 1925 in Likely Hickman's Harbour.
 

31       iv.  Susannah Verge [2883] (born in 1838 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). Susannah married Thomas Lavender [2882] [MRIN: 1020], son of James Lavender [2970] and Sarah Maybe [2949], on 14 Nov 1856 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Thomas was born in 1833 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

          v.  Isaac Verge [2831] was born Est 1840 and died about 1921 in Random Island, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 81.
 

         vi.  Thomas Verge [2972] was born about 1843 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 25 Mar 1849 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died on 8 Jun 1921 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 78, and was buried about 11 Jun 1921 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

        vii.  Levi Verge [2834] was born about 1845.
 

       viii.  William Verge [2966] was born about 1850.
 


 

63. Elizabeth Short [2866], daughter of Samuel Short [2892] and Joyce Hogarth [2893], was born in 1810 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and died in 1877 aged 67.
 

Elizabeth married John Verge [2862] [MRIN: 995] on 31 Oct 1831 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. John was born in 1802 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.

 

Seventh Generation (4th Great-Grandparents)



 

64. Charles "Joseph" LeJeune Jr [1577], son of Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] and Martine Le Roy [706], was born in 1763 in Island of Miquelon, was christened on 22 Dec 1766 in Island of Miquelon, and died after 1822.
 

General Notes:

Actes de Baptêmes de l'île de Miquelon 1763-1791
Source : Archives Nationales, S.O.M.
Transcription : Robert Langlois
( pour SPM-Bretagne, Nantes)
(Par ordre alphabétique)

LEJEUNE
Issu (s) du mariage: De Joseph et Martine ROY o Charles b.
22/12/1766, parrain: ROY Charles, marraine: BOURG Anastasie o Marthe
ayant reçu le baptême le 09/10/1764, parrain: SOREL Etienne (caporal), marraine: LA VIGNE
Marthe




Land Petitions registered in Cape Breton County;


1805 - LeJeune, Joseph, Sr. Petition to Despard: Petitioner asks a lease of lot 5 at French Village, on which he has resided many years.

Source: Cape Breton no.: 198 NSARM microfilm: 15789


1808 - Lejeune, Joseph Report of Crawley to McKinnon: 200 acres, lot 5, at the French Village, Little Bras d'Or. Plan.

Source: Cape Breton no.: 395 NSARM microfilm: 15789


1810 - Young, Joseph Petition to Nepean: Petitioner was born on the Island of Michlone (sic Miquelon), has resided in Cape Breton the past 24 years. He asks lot 10 at the French Village, which lot he has possessed the past eighteen years. Petitioner is married and has eight children.

Source: Cape Breton no.: 650 NSARM microfilm: 15790


1822 - LeJeune, Joseph Petitioner, a native of Newfoundland (Miquelon), age 54, is married and has twelve children. He has lived for thirty years on a lot on the south side of Little Bras d'Or, surveyed for him. He asks a grant. Note: Petitioner has lately been intruded upon by one, Burchal, who claims the only good part of this lot. Note: "This only land to which petitioner, a Calker by profession and a boat builder, can have any claim is lot 10, south side of the Gut of Canso (sic) near French Village 100 acres, on which he resided.....One son lately sold his share to George Burchal, who immediately petitioned and received a Warrant of Survey.

Source: Cape Breton no.: 2841 NSARM microfilm: 15798

Noted events in his life were:

• 1818 Census: Joseph is on the "List of Inhabitants of the District of Little Bras d'Or" in, Little Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.

Joseph Young Senr., age 55 years, is listed as a married carpenter living in the "French Village" with 4 children under age. He has listed his country as Newfoundland and the country of his parents as Nova Scotia.

Author's Note; Charles "Joseph" was born on the "Island of Miquelon, which would have been considered part of Newfoundland at that time. His father Joseph was born in Acadia.
 

Charles married Agathe LeJeune [919] [MRIN: 841] about 1783. Agathe died after 1795.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Marie LeJeune [1787] was born about 1785 and died after 1836. Marie married Jean Webb [1786] [MRIN: 989], son of Michael Theodore Webb [3712] and Jeanne-Francoise D'aigle [3714], about 1805. Jean was born about 1785 and died before 1836.
 

         ii.  Francis Paul Young [2213] was born in 1788.
 

32      iii.  "John" Joseph Young [268] (born in 1793 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada - died after 1851). "John" married Susanna "Catherine" Boutilier [936] [MRIN: 347], daughter of Frederick Nicolas Boutilier [920] and Anna Barbara Magdalena Hirtle [921], on 25 Sep 1812 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Susanna was born on 25 Jul 1792 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 26 Aug 1792 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada, and died after 1851.
 

         iv.  Flehaven Young [1465] was born in 1795 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1818. Flehaven married someone.
 

          v.  Unknown Young [1755] was born before 1810 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

         vi.  Unknown Young [1758] was born before 1810 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

        vii.  Unknown LeJeune [3664] was born before 1810 in Petitit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

       viii.  Unknown LeJeune [3665] was born before 1810 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

         ix.  Unknown Young [2214] was born after 1810 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

          x.  Unknown LeJeune [3666] was born after 1810.
 

         xi.  Unknown LeJeune [3667] was born after 1810.
 

        xii.  Unknown LeJeune [3668] was born after 1810.
 


 

65. Agathe LeJeune [919], daughter of Christophe LeJeune [456] and Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457], died after 1795.
 

Agathe married Charles "Joseph" LeJeune Jr [1577] [MRIN: 841] about 1783. Charles was born in 1763 in Island of Miquelon, was christened on 22 Dec 1766 in Island of Miquelon, and died after 1822.
 

66. Frederick Nicolas Boutilier [920], son of Jean George Boutilier Junr. [945] and Anne Catherine Maillard [946], was born in 1754 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 17 Jul 1754 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 

General Notes:

Land Petition

1809 - Boutellier, Frederic Report of Crawley to McKinnon: 600 acres at the Mill Creek on the Island of Boularderie. Boutellier's family consist of thirteen persons.

Source: Cape Breton no.: 461 NSARM microfilm: 15790

Marriage
____________________________________________________________________________
Last name Given Name Marriage Date Spouse Son of
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ntbl49 BOUTELIER Fred M 1779-07-27 ZLL Anna Barbara Hirtle s/George

Births
____________________________________________________________________________
Last name Given Name Date Baptized Parents
____________________________________________________________________________
ntbl 23 BOUTELIER George Fred 1779-01-09 1779-01-10 SJAL Fred & Anna
ntbl 32 BOUTELIER Jacob Fred 1780-05-05 1780-05-17 SJAL Fred & Anna Barbara
ntbl 19 BOUTELIER George 1782-01-17 1782-02-06 SJAL Fred & Anna Barbara
ntbl 35 BOUTELIER James Frederick 1784-07-16 1784-07-30 SJAL Fred & Anna Barbara
ntbl 42 BOUTELIER Philip Peter 1786-08-05 1786-09-14 SJAL Fred & Anna
ntbl 13 BOUTELIER Fred 1788-10-25 1789-07-20 SJAL Fred & Hannah Barbara
ntbl 10 BOUTELIER Eliz Cath 1788-12-25 1789-01-24 SJAL Fred & Anna Barbara Hirtle
ntbl 3 BOUTELIER Ann Mary 1790-11-16 1790-12-15 SJAL Fred & Anna Barbara
ntbl 46 BOUTELIER Susanna Cath 1792-07-25 1792-08-26 SJAL Fred & Hannah
ntbl 29 BOUTELIER Hannah Dorothea 1794-05-03 1794-05-24 SJAL Fred & Hannah
ntbl 27 BOUTELIER Gertrude Barbara 1796-03-02 1796-03-17 SJAL Fred & Anna
ntbl 45 BOUTELIER Sophia Magdalene 1797-12-02 1798-01-03 SJAL Fred & Anna Barbara
ntbl 31 BOUTELIER Henry 1799-12-18 1800-01-08 SJAL Fred & Hannah Barbara

Deaths
____________________________________________________________________________
Last name Given Name Date Cause of Death age
____________________________________________________________________________
ntbl 48 BOUTELIER Hannah Dorothea 1800-02-15 SJAL smallpox 8y
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Source: http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~canns/lunenburg/bmd_bo.html

Frederick married Anna Barbara Magdalena Hirtle [921] [MRIN: 326] on 27 Jul 1779 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada. Anna was born in 1758 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 1 Oct 1758 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada, and died in 1791 aged 33.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  George Frederick Boutilier [3886] was born on 9 Jan 1779 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 10 Jan 1779 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 

         ii.  "Jacob" Frederick Boutilier [924] was born on 5 May 1780 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 17 May 1780 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada. "Jacob" married Elizabeth Adams [937] [MRIN: 328] on 15 Apr 1807 in St. Pauls, Halifax Anglican, NS, Canada.
 

        iii.  John "George" Boutilier [925] was born on 17 Jan 1782 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 6 Feb 1782 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada. John married Elizabeth Cann [938] [MRIN: 329] on 15 Jul 1808 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada.
 

         iv.  "James" Frederick Boutilier [927] was born on 16 Jul 1784 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 30 Jul 1784 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada. "James" married Susan Gould [1591] [MRIN: 538], daughter of William Gould [943] and Unknown, on 11 Dec 1810 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada.
 

          v.  Philip "Peter" Boutilier [928] was born on 5 Aug 1786 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 14 Sep 1786 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada. Philip married Jane (Genevieve) Madore [939] [MRIN: 330], daughter of Jean Madore [2592] and Unknown, on 21 Aug 1813 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada.
 

         vi.  "Elizabeth" Catherine Boutilier [929] was born on 25 Dec 1788 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 24 Jan 1789 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada. "Elizabeth" married Joseph King [1220] [MRIN: 487], son of Charles King [1205] and Marie Canada [1216], on 11 Dec 1810 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada. Joseph was born in 1776 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. They had no children.
 

        vii.  Ann "Mary" Boutilier [930] was born on 16 Nov 1790 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 15 Dec 1790 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada, and died after 1881. Ann married John "Joseph" Marche [2182] [MRIN: 817], son of Jean Joseph Marche [711] and Marie Theotiste Babin [712], on 21 Sep 1812 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. John was born in Oct 1786 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France, was christened on 8 Oct 1786 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France, and died after 1871.
 

33     viii.  Susanna "Catherine" Boutilier [936] (born on 25 Jul 1792 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada - died after 1851). Susanna married "John" Joseph Young [268] [MRIN: 347], son of Charles "Joseph" LeJeune Jr [1577] and Agathe LeJeune [919], on 25 Sep 1812 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada. "John" was born in 1793 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1851.
 

         ix.  Hannah Dorothy Boutilier [932] was born on 3 May 1794 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 24 May 1794 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada, died in Feb 1800 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada aged 5, and was buried on 15 Feb 1800 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 

          x.  Gertrude Barbara Boutilier [933] was born on 2 Mar 1796 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 17 Mar 1796 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 

         xi.  Sophia Magdalene Boutilier [934] was born on 2 Dec 1797 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 3 Jan 1798 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada. Sophia married William Gould [943] [MRIN: 334] on 18 Aug 1813 in Sydney, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. William died bef 1819?. Sophia next married William Douglas [944] [MRIN: 335] on 5 Dec 1819 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada.
 

        xii.  "Henry" Joseph Boutilier [935] was born on 18 Dec 1799 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 8 Jan 1800 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 


 

67. Anna Barbara Magdalena Hirtle [921], daughter of Johann Jacob Hirtle [922] and Anna Maria (Legarce) Shauffleberger [923], was born in 1758 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 1 Oct 1758 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada, and died in 1791 aged 33.
 

Anna married Frederick Nicolas Boutilier [920] [MRIN: 326] on 27 Jul 1779 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada. Frederick was born in 1754 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 17 Jul 1754 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 

68. Jean Webb [1786], son of Michael Theodore Webb [3712] and Jeanne-Francoise D'aigle [3714], was born about 1785 and died before 1836.
 

General Notes: Although, I have not been able to document a connection between Jean Webb and Michael Theodore Webb, some interesting observations can be made.

1. The Webb family name is not a common family name in the Cheticamp area or in Nova Scotia. After much research, I was able to find, but one family, that being the family of Michael Theordore Webb and Jeanne-Francoise D'Aigle.

2. Michael Theodore Webb and Jeanne-Framcoise D'Aigle lived in Harve Boucher, Nova Scotia, which is situated approximately 65 nautical miles (by Water) from Cheticamp.

3. Jean Webb has a French given name, while his family name of Webb does not appear to be of French origin. Interestingly, both of Jean' sons, Francois Webb and Jacques Webb had French given names. It is noted that Marie LeJeune, Jean's wife was of French heritage.

4. After comparing the given names of the documented decendants of Michael Theodore Webb and Jeanne-Francoise D'Aigle and the documented decendants of Jean Webb and Marie LeJeune, several given names were commonly used in both families, i. e. William, Charles, Patrick, Frank (Francois)..

5. Michael Theodore Webb and Jeanne-Francoise D'Aigle were married about 1791. Interestly, Jean Webb was born about 1785.
_______________________________________________________________________________________________

Jean married Marie LeJeune [1787] [MRIN: 989] about 1805. Marie was born about 1785 and died after 1836.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Francois Webb [1015] was born in 1803 and died in Sep 1892 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 89. Francois married Eloyse Doucet [1016] [MRIN: 353], daughter of Louis Doucet [1653] and Madeleine Aucoin [1652], on 22 Nov 1836 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Eloyse was born on 29 Oct 1816 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.
 

34       ii.  Jacques Webb [18] (born in May 1805 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada - died after 1858). Jacques married Marie Camus [19] [MRIN: 6], daughter of Jean-Rene Charles Camus [35] and Marie L' Official [36], about 1831 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Marie was born about 1812 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Jacques next married Celeste Alexander [1035] [MRIN: 359] on 31 Jul 1865 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 


 

69. Marie LeJeune [1787], daughter of Charles "Joseph" LeJeune Jr [1577] and Agathe LeJeune [919], was born about 1785 and died after 1836.
 

Marie married Jean Webb [1786] [MRIN: 989] about 1805. Jean was born about 1785 and died before 1836.
 

70. Jean-Rene Charles Camus [35], son of Jean Francois Camus [49] and Jeanne Clermont [50], was born on 8 Jul 1765 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France and died after 1799.
 

General Notes:

Paroisse de Notre Dame
De Québec
16 rue buade, Québec, G1R 4A1

The following was extracted from the register of baptisms, marriages and burials of parish of Notre Dame de Quebec, for the year seventeen hundred and ninety-nine.

On September 23rd, 1799, we the undersigned vicar general and priest of Québec, have dispensed of all publication, Jean René Camus, native fisherman of St. Pierre, Newfoundland, son of late Jean Clermont on the one part and Marie L'Official, native of Bay St. George, island of Newfoundland, daughter of Henry L'Official and Elizabeth Shegone on the other part.

Jean René Camus and Marie L'Official having already taken each other as husband and wife, on September 23rd, 1792, in the presence of four witnesses at the said place of Bay St. George, where there was no priest to bless their union, we have received again their mutual consent and have given them the nuptial blessing according to our holy mother, the catholic church. The said Jean René Camus and L'Official having presented the children coming out of their co-habitation was husband and wife, namely Jean, born September 3rd, 1793, Jeanne, born January 13th, 1796 and Elizabeth, born May 3rd, 1798. They are recognised as their legitimate children and we have declared them as such, that we have done by the present act, all in the presence of François Benoît, brother-in-law George and Anne L'Official, brother and sister of the wife, who along with the said wife were unable to sign this request.

Jean René Camus
J.O. plessis vic Gen

For the above entries, we vicar of the Notre Dame de Québec, undersigned, certifies to the true copy of the original acts, that are preserved in our parish archives.

Given at Québec, the 15th day of August 1991.

Signed (original signed)

Translated: Wayne Young, August 12, 2003
 

Jean-Rene married Marie L' Official [36] [MRIN: 14] on 23 Sep 1792 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Marie was born in 1774 and died after 1799.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Jean Jacques Camus [413] was born on 3 Sep 1793 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 16 Sep 1799 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, and died about 1823 aged about 30. Jean married Marie Deveau [414] [MRIN: 135] on 6 Nov 1820 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.
 

         ii.  Jeanne Anne Camus [409] was born on 13 Jan 1796 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada and was christened on 16 Sep 1799 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.
 

        iii.  Elizabeth (Isabelle) Camus [410] was born on 3 May 1798 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada, was christened on 16 Sep 1799 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, and died after 1833. Elizabeth married Amand LeJeune [416] [MRIN: 136].
 

         iv.  Francoise Camus [3582] was born about 1801.
 

          v.  Francois Camus [3583] was born about 1808 and died after 1858.
 

35       vi.  Marie Camus [19] (born about 1812 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada). Marie married Jacques Webb [18] [MRIN: 6], son of Jean Webb [1786] and Marie LeJeune [1787], about 1831 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Jacques was born in May 1805 in Cheticamp, Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1858.
 


 

71. Marie L' Official [36], daughter of Henri L' Official [37] and Elizabeth Chego/Chegeu/Shegone [38], was born in 1774 and died after 1799.
 

Noted events in her life were:

• Marriage: Revalidated at Quebec City, 24 Sep 1794.

Marie married Jean-Rene Charles Camus [35] [MRIN: 14] on 23 Sep 1792 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Jean-Rene was born on 8 Jul 1765 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France and died after 1799.
 

96. Henry Stone [2987] was born in 1768 in Pinhoe, Devon, England.
 

General Notes: St Paul's Marriages 1780 - 1808
Trinity
Trinity Bay District

1794

October 1 - married Henry Stone of the parish of Pinhoe in the county of Devon in Great Britain and Mary Hogarth
___________________________________________________________________________
Marriages at ST. PAULS ANGLICAN CHURCH
by WILLIAM BULLOCK - 1836 - 1839

# DATE NAME STATUS WITNESS
303 May 14, 1838 STONE, Henry Bachelor Richard Bailey
SPURREL, Mary Spinster William Spurrel
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From: http://nl.canadagenweb.org/tbn_1800_oldbonaventure.htm


Trinity Bay Region - Trinity North District Old Bonaventure
"A Return of the Number of Houses, Inhabitants, Fishings Rooms, Rents of Rooms etc. etc. in the District of Trinity, Newfland in the Winter of 1800 and 1801 with the Number of Servants, Boats, etc. employed in the Fishery in the Summer 1800 and the Totals of Wages given."


DATA INCLUDED HERE:
H - Number of Houses;
R - No. of Fishing Rooms;
Occupier;
Proprietor;
Sta - Married or Single;
Me - Men;
Wo - Women;
Ch - Children;
Ser - Servants & Dieters;
Pr - Protestants;
RC - Roman Catholics;
SL - No of Servants in the Fisheries Last Season;
B - No. of Boats in..


DATA EXCLUDED HERE: Annual Rent; Totals of Religons; Total of Wages; Number of Bankers Names and words appear exactly as written. For example: Hy = Henry; Thos = Thomas; Jas = James; Rd = Richard; Jno = John. Do = ditto. The information was transcribed by STEPHEN BAKER ~ December 2001. While I have tried to be as careful as possible with the difficult handwriting, there could be errors.

H R Occupier Proprietor Sta Men Women Ch Boy Grl Ser Pr RC SL B
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2 1 Jno. Hiscock Benja Lester M 1 1 1 0 1 7 10 6 1
1 1 Davd. Bayley Jno. Shambler M 3 1 2 0 2 6 1
1 1 Step. Hookey Step. Hookey M 2 3 1 2 5 1
1 1 Jas. Towloe Rd. Bailey M 1 1 1 1 1 4 1
1 1 Hy. Stone Hy.Stone M 1 2 2 1 1 1 1 5 1
1 1 Ed. Meaghar Thos. Tiller M 1 1 2 2 4 1

Town of O(d) Bonav (writing almost impossible to understand, but appears to be stated name. No doubt, Old Bonaventure)
Jn(o) Hiscock Benj Lester M 1 1 1ntbl Dav(d) Bagley/Bayley Jn(o) Shambler M 3 1 2 ntblntbl Step Hookey Step Hookey M 2 1 2 ntbl Jo(s) Towloe R(d) Bailey M 1 1 1 ntbl H(y) Stone H(y) Stone M 1 2 1 1 ntbl E Meagher ?? Tho(s) Teller M 1 1 2
___________________________________________________________________________
From: "Morley Goodyear" <goodyears@nf.sympatico.ca <mailto:goodyears@nf.sympatico.ca>>
Subject: [NF-ROOTS] Re: Stone Family.
Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2004 20:38:01 -0330
References: <001301c3e2a2$03722f20$6d629986@t4s7z3>

Ben; Sorry about the emails on sites , but a lot of people are interested in the Frampton's/ Stones/ Gardner's/ Mills/ Grudgers/ Goodyear's/ Sinclair's. They all followed each family up and down Trinity Bay/ Conception Bay.
Part 1. Henry Stone who married Martha Miller & Martha Premmier was the son of Emmanuel Stone & Mary Margaret Cooper. This Emmanuel was the son of Henry William Stone & Patience Maher. This Henry William Stone was son of Henry Stone & Mary Hogarth. This Henry Stone was son of Thomas Stone & Grace Ashford--this is the Thomas Stone who looked after Lester's business when he returned to England.
Part 2: I have a Robert Stone b. abt 1746, married Mary Haddon on 23 Sept 1762 at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity, Trinity Bay by Rev. James Balfour, A.M., Present Missionary to The Society for The Propagation of The Gospel. This Robert & Mary Stone had; Jane, Susannah, Richard, Silence, Robert, Thomas.
This Robert Stone who married Mary Haddon-I do not know who his parents were! Do You? Mary's sister married Josiah " Joseph" Frampton on Oct 18, 1760.This Josiah was son of Walter & Charity.
Part 3. Arthur Stone, son of Henry & Martha , married a Joan ? , she was from New Brunswick. I gave her a Stone name for now until I find her maiden name. This Art Stone lived in New Brunswick and at one time only a few years ago sold/ raised Newfoundland Dogs. My uncle Morley Stone owned one of his dogs and breed them and I owned one of his NF Dogs and today still own another Newfoundland Dog.
Bye For Now
Morley.
----- Original Message -----
From: Ben Gardner
To: Morley Goodyear
Sent: Saturday, January 24, 2004 2:16 PM
Subject: Re: Stone Family.


Thanks very much Morley for this information. Most of it I didn't have.
I did have Henry William, son of Emmanuel, married to Martha Miller. I didn't know that this Martha had died and he married another Martha. This clears up a mystery. I had Girbert, b 1915, and Florence, b 1917, and I had Martha died 1910. I assumed that the date of death was an error. Those people marrying another wife with the same name sometimes makes it confusing for those of us who are just reading records. William James Stone of Old Bonaventure had three wives, all named Mary.

You have the first wife of Henry William named Martha E. She was probably Martha Elizabeth Miller, bap 12 Mar 1882. I have the following info about their Marriage:
Britannia Cove Methodist Records, Box 1, Marriages 1883 - 1957.

Married at Rocky Brook, on 24 Dec 1901, according to Laws of NF and Rites and Ceremonies of Methodist Church of Canada.

Henry W. Stone, 22, Bachelor, Fisherman, Rocky Brook

Martha Miller, 20, Spinster, Kerley's Harbour.

Henry W. Stone, Martha (X) Miller. W: Emmanuel Stone, Daniel S. Cooper.

I did have the info on the parents of the first Henry. It was sent to me by Bessie Doyle, who may have received it from you. You say that Thomas Stone was in charge of Lester's business in 1770. Is this Henry's father? There was also a Robert Stone in Trinity at this time. He married Mary Haddon, sister to Jane (who married Jos Frampton) in 1762. Do you know if this Robert might have been related to Henry. Robert also had a son Thomas, b about 1771.

I have a couple other questions, if you don't mind.

You mentioned that Henry Stone, the one who married Mary Hogarth, is buried in Old Bonaventure Anglican Cemetery. Do you have any reference for this? I've not been able to find anything on his death.

You also have Arthur Stone, son of Henry & Martha, married Joan Stone. Whose daughter was Joan?

I also have a question about Joseph Frampton, but I'll leave that for another time.

Thanks again.

Ben

-----Original Message-----
From: Morley Goodyear <goodyears@nf.sympatico.ca <mailto:goodyears@nf.sympatico.ca>>
To: Ben Gardner <bgardner@math.mun.ca <mailto:bgardner@math.mun.ca>>
Cc: NFLD-ROOTS-L@rootsweb.com <mailto:NFLD-ROOTS-L@rootsweb.com> <NFLD-ROOTS-L@rootsweb.com <mailto:NFLD-ROOTS-L@rootsweb.com>>; Nfld-Lab-L@rootsweb.com <mailto:Nfld-Lab-L@rootsweb.com> <Nfld-Lab-L@rootsweb.com <mailto:Nfld-Lab-L@rootsweb.com>>
Date: Friday, January 23, 2004 8:27 PM
Subject: Stone Family.


Ben: Henry W. "Harry" Stone, b,.abt 1880, died 26 Jan 1951, White Rock, Trinity Bay, buried abt 29 Jan 1951, Anglican Cemetery, White Rock.Henry married 1st to Martha E. (?). This Martha died 05 Oct 1910, White Rock, buried abt 08 Oct 1910, Anglican Cemetery, White Rock. Henry married 2nd to Martha Primmer from Flat Islands, Bonavista Bay.
Henry and Martha 1st children;
1. Chester "Ches" Stone, married Gladys Stanford.(only son of 1st wife).
2. Patience Ann Stone, b. 10 sept 1905, died a child on 08 Oct 1905, buried Anglican Cemetery, White Rock, Trinity Bay.
Henry & Martha Premmier children( 2nd wife):
1. Arthur " Art" Stone, married Joan Stone.
2. Florence "Flo" Stone, married Roy Roberts.
3. Maggie "Mag" Stone, married Alexander Mills.
4. Gilbert "Gil" Stone, married Violet Coish..
Henry W. "Harry" Stone was son of Emmanuel Stone & 1st wife married to Mary Margaret "Maggie-Aunt Mag" Cooper. Emmanuel Stone was 2nd married to Deborah Lake.
Emmanuel Stone was son of Henry William Stone and Patience Maher. Henry William Stone was married 1st to Mary Spurrell and 2nd to Patience Maher. THIS Henry Stone was FIRST SETTLER OF UPPER ROCKY BROOK--Monroe and started a shipbuilding business around 1870.this Henry died 04 Dec 1888, Upper Rocky Brook, buried at St. Paul's Anglican Cemetery, on 07 Dec 1888, Trinity , Trinity Bay.
This Henry William Stone was son of Henry Stone & Mary Hogarth. This Henry Stone was b. abt 1775, Parish of Pinhoe, County of Devon, England. Buried in Old Bonaventure Anglican Cemetery.
This Henry Stone was son of Thomas Stone & Grace Ashford. Thomas, b. abt 1712, Pinhoe, England. I have correspondence from Poole Local History Centre, Poole, England Re: Poole Newfoundland Fishing Connection---Thomas Stone who was left in charge of Benjamin Lester's business when he returned to Poole in 1770.
How's that for now. Any other info or more to add to any above, let me know.
Morley Goodyear.


From: Pauline Avery <pauline.avery@sympatico.ca <mailto:pauline.avery@sympatico.ca>>
Subject: Re: [NFLD-ROOTS] Goodyear clan
Date: Sat, 15 Jul 2000 10:25:45 -0700

Hi
I have a family of Stone's that lived in Monroe. I am afraid I only have
this one family. I don't know if it will be of any help to you. I couldn't
find any Emily Stone in my data but I know Monroe is a small community so
maybe you can make some connection.



Descendants of Emmanuel Stone


Generation No. 1

1. EMMANUEL1 STONE was born 1881, and died April 12, 1948. He married
EMILY BELLE DALTON, daughter of HUGH DALTON and TAMSEY STONE. She was born
October 18, 1885 in White Rock, Newfoundland, and died January 06, 1974 in
St. John's, Newfoundland.

Children of EMMANUEL STONE and EMILY DALTON are:
i. RALPH2 STONE, b. August 27, 1909, Upper Rocky Brook, Newfoundland; d.
July 06, 1987, Monroe, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland; m. IVY LORETTA WALTERS; b.
September 21, 1921.
ii. ATHENA STONE, b. November 07, 1911, Upper Rocky Brook, Newfoundland; m.
STEPHEN BROWN, 1937.
2. iii. HENRY (HARRY) WILLIAM STONE, b. February 28, 1914, Upper Rocky
Brook, Newfoundland.
iv. EUGENE (HUGHIE) STONE, b. May 02, 1916, Upper Rocky Brook,
Newfoundland; d. 1976.
3. v. PATIENCE ANNIE STONE, b. November 21, 1918, Upper Rocky Brook,
Newfoundland.
vi. DAISY MYRTLE STONE, b. February 14, 1921, Upper Rocky Brook,
Newfoundland; d. 1988, St. John's, Newfoundland; m. ROY VIVIAN; b. 1910.
vii. EMMANUEL WESLEY STONE, b. May 18, 1925, Monroe, Trinity Bay,
Newfoundland; d. May 23, 1925.
4. viii. MARGARET THAMSEY BELLE STONE, b. September 14, 1926, Monroe,
Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.
ix. DOYLE STONE, b. August 10, 1930, Monroe, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland; m.
EMILY WITHERS.


Generation No. 2

2. HENRY (HARRY) WILLIAM2 STONE (EMMANUEL1) was born February 28, 1914 in
Upper Rocky Brook, Newfoundland. He married EILEEN HEWITT April 01, 1943 in
Toronto. She was born September 23, 1921.

Children of HENRY STONE and EILEEN HEWITT are:
i. HARRY3 STONE, b. September 04, 1946, St. John's, Newfoundland.
ii. GORDON STONE, b. August 23, 1950; d. December 05, 1990, Toronto,
Ontario.


3. PATIENCE ANNIE2 STONE (EMMANUEL1) was born November 21, 1918 in Upper
Rocky Brook, Newfoundland. She married LINDSAY PLOUGHMAN. He was born 1910
in Port Rexton, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, and died October 21, 1956.

Children of PATIENCE STONE and LINDSAY PLOUGHMAN are:
i. RANDY3 PLOUGHMAN, b. Monroe, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.
ii. LINDSAY (BUD) PLOUGHMAN, b. 1939, Monroe, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland.


4. MARGARET THAMSEY BELLE2 STONE (EMMANUEL1) was born September 14, 1926 in
Monroe, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland. She married STEWART LESLIE PEDDLE
October 28, 1950 in Toronto, son of ANDREW PEDDLE and VIRTUE PEDDLE. He was
born July 30, 1922 in Hodge's Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, and died July
08, 1990.

Children of MARGARET STONE and STEWART PEDDLE are:
i. RICK3 PEDDLE.
ii. EUGENE PEDDLE.
iii. MAUREEN PEDDLE.
iv. KAREN PEDDLE.
v. FAYE PEDDLE.

Pauline

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From: "Ben Gardner" <bgardner@math.mun.ca <mailto:bgardner@math.mun.ca>>
Subject: [NF-ROOTS] Re: Henry # 1
Date: Tue, 27 Jan 2004 20:44:17 -0330

Hi Morley,

I didn't see the question that you are answering, but here is what I think.
There's probably a bit of folklore connected with Henry Stone as there probably is with the founders of many communities around NF. In the fall of 1970 tow students from Monroe did assignments on the settlement of Monroe. They obtained their information by interviewing six residents or former residents of Monroe. Both assignments were essentially the same, since each interviewed the same six people.
The story about Henry Stone was probably a well told story around Monroe a number of years ago.

The author of the item on Monroe in the Encyclopedia of NF uses these two assignment as references. (MHG, 41-B-1-23), (MHG, 41-B-1-22).
Seary's book on Family Names of NF also mentions Henry William Stone and also refers to the MUN Geog. (assignments). It appears then, that the reference to Glastonbury in these two books at least,
are a result of the two 1970 Geography assignments. Even though the students refer to Henry as from Glastonbury, the information that they give in their assignments actually suggest that Henry was in fact the son of Henry & Mary (Hogarth) Stone of Old Bonaventure.

I'll quote briefly from the assignments.

One says: There was some confusion between our two chief informants concerning the first wife of Henry William Stone (he had two wives). Seemingly he was married when he left England but no one could give any information on his first wife. However, it was certain he had one daughter, Rececca, who never married. Upon arriving in St. John's he met and married Patricia Marr from Harbour Grace. On arriving in Rocky Brook (Monroe) they had seven children - two sons and five daughters.

The other is just a little more interesting:

Henry William Stone I lived in Old Bonaventure with his second wife and children. Little is known of his first wife but our informant did say that she got drunk on the boat along the way over to NF from England, and that she jumped overboard or was washed overboard during a storm and was drowned. Henry W had one child by his first wife, Rebecca, who apparently lived a life of seclusion and never got over her mother's sudden death.

It's the mention of the daughter Rebecca that adds strength to the claim that Henry was the son of Henry & Mary born at Old Bonaventure in 1813. Following are references from the Trinity Records.

Trinity Anglican Parish Records, Vol. I, Baptisms 1753 - 1820. At NLGS.
1814 April 9: Son to Henry & Mary Stone of Old Bonaventure, privately named Henry.
Born 31 Dec 1814. (Should that probably have been 1813?) Pub. 2 Oct 1814. (1/159)

Trinity Anglican Parish Records, Vol. II, Marriages, 1821 - 1842. (At NLGS)
Henry Stone, Bachelor, of this Parish and Mary Spurrell, Spinster, of this Parish were married in the Parsonage with the consent of friends on this 14th day of May 1838. By William Bullock. W: Richard Bailey, William Spinet , Mary Welsh. Both Henry & Mary signed with an X.

Trinity Anglican Parish Records, Vol. II, Baptisms 1821 - 1842. (At NLGS) 23 Sept 1838: Rebecca, Henry & Mary Stone, Bonaventure, Planter.

And this record of Rebecca's birth from Vital Statistics:
VS, Vol. 64: Rebecca, F, Born 29 July 1839 at Bonaventure to Henry & Mary Stone, CofE, Planter. Baptized 9 Sept 1839 by Wm. Bullock. (Note that the year given here differs from that given in the Parish Records)

In addition to Rebecca, I've also found baptism records for two other daughters: Elizabeth & Naomi.

Mary died in 1843.

Trinity Anglican Parish Records, Vol. II 1842 - 1867, Burials. (At NLGS) 3/1: 3 Jan 1843: Buried Mary Stone, 23 years, Old Bonaventure. David Martin.

On the baptism record for Caroline, daughter of Henry & Patience, 29 Apr 1850, henry's occupation is given as Planter. At the baptism of Emmanuel, 23 Jan 1854, Henry's occupation is given as Ship's Master. At the baptism or Mary, 1857, Patience's maiden name is given as Maher.

I have two pieces of information on Henry's burial.

Trinity Anglican Parish Records at Trinity Archives, Burials 1879 - 1903. 6/31.
Died 27 Nov 1888, Henry Stone of Upper Rocky Brook, Aged 76. Buried 7 Dec 1888 by Wm Field, Lay Reader.
Random Anglican Parish Records, Box 2, File 1, Burials 1880 - 1938.
Died 28 Nov 1888, Henry Stone, Upper Rocky Brook, Age 76.Buried , 7 Dec 1888 William Field, Lay Reader.
(Buried at Old Bonaventure)
It is my guess that the Henry who died at Upper Rocky Brook in 1888 and was buried at Old Bonaventure, was also born in Old Bonaventure to Henry & Mary Stone in 1813. In 1888 he would have been in his 76th year, just one month from his 76th birthday.

Today I went to the Provincial Archives to check the Vital Statistics record of Henry's death, to see if a place of birth was given. Unfortunately the Archives were closed. I'll try again soon.

Now I have a question. Henry has been referred to as Henry William. In all the church records that I've seen, I have seen only the name Henry. If Henry was indeed the son of Henry & Mary, he would have had a brother William who was five years old when he was born. Where did the second name William come from?

Ben

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Date: Sunday, January 25, 2004 6:56 PM
Subject: Henry # 1



How does this sound. Keep a open mind on this ..............
Sharon, you mentioned Stone from Glastonbury (Somerset).
The book Encyclopedia of Newfoundland says, Stone, Henry was from Glastonbury (Somerset) came to St. John's, moved to Old Bonaventure and was first settler of Upper Rocky Brook (now called Monroe) in 1870. (MUN Geog.).
PERHAPS: The Henry Stone who married Mary Spurrell ---referred to as the first settler of Upper Rocky Brook --was the son of Henry Stone & Mary Hogarth .This Henry Stone was born 31 Dec. 1813, Old Bonaventure, christened 09 Aug 1814 at St. Paul's Anglican Church, Trinity. How come the marriage records say Henry Stone was from Parish of Pinhoe and he married Mary Hogarth. How can he or his son Henry come from Glastonbury to St. John's and move to Old Bonaventure and later to Upper Rocky Brook( if one was born in Parish of Pinhoe and other was born in Old Bonaventure)???? WHY were all,or if not most of the STONE MEN associated with either the fishery / merchant business or boat builders and I have never seem nor heard of any family associated with wine.
Any takers on this one? More heads, the better the chance we settle and try to fix a fragile branch. Sharon we need to dig this one through.
Morley Goodyear.
 

Henry married Mary Hogarth [2988] [MRIN: 1018] on 1 Oct 1794 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Mary was born in 1774 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 14 Oct 1778.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Grace Stone [3877] was born in May 1795 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 8 Jun 1795 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in Mar 1796 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and was buried on 9 Mar 1796 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         ii.  Grace Stone [2986] (Relationship to Father: Biological, Relationship to Mother: Biological) was born in Feb 1797 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 27 May 1798 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died on 28 Dec 1879 in British Harbour, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 82. Grace married John Gardner [3878] [MRIN: 1333] on 23 Nov 1814 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. John was born in Parish of Aslebury, near Crewkhern in County of Somerset, Great Britain.
 

48      iii.  Thomas Stone [2916] (born on 1 Aug 1799 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). Thomas married Elizabeth "Betty" Bailey [2947] [MRIN: 1008], daughter of David Bailey Jr. [2848] and Elizabeth Bugden [2849], on 22 Oct 1822 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Elizabeth was born about Mar 1803 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 28 May 1803 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in 1887 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 84, and was buried in 1887 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Another name for Elizabeth was Betty Bailey.
 

         iv.  Ambrose Stone [2899] was born on 7 Oct 1801 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 16 May 1802 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Ambrose married Jane Frampton [3938] [MRIN: 1355], daughter of Joseph Frampton [3969] and Jane Haddow [3970], on 13 Nov 1826 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Jane was born in 1809 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

          v.  Sarah Stone [3880] was born on 31 Dec 1804 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 2 May 1805 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         vi.  William Stone [2965] was born on 13 Sep 1807 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 13 Oct 1807 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, and died in 1883 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 76. William married Mary? [3952] [MRIN: 1359].
 

        vii.  Tamour (Tamassin) Stone [3029] was born on 27 Jun 1811 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 27 Jul 1811 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Tamour married James Morris [3940] [MRIN: 1357] on 7 Nov 1825 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

       viii.  Henry Stone [3943] was born on 31 Dec 1813 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 9 Apr 1814 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Henry married Mary? [3949] [MRIN: 1358].
 

         ix.  Elizabeth Stone [3881] was born on 24 May 1816 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 18 Jun 1816 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 


 

97. Mary Hogarth [2988], daughter of Issac Hogarth [3855] and Dorothy Blanchard [3856], was born in 1774 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 14 Oct 1778.
 

General Notes: Source:

ST PAUL'S ANGLICAN CHURCH
BURIALS
1854

DATE CHRISTIAN SURNAME AGE RESIDENCE SERVICE PERFORMED by

Sep-21 MARY STONE 87 yrs Old Bonaventure Benj'n Smith
____________________________________________________________________________

Mary married Henry Stone [2987] [MRIN: 1018] on 1 Oct 1794 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Henry was born in 1768 in Pinhoe, Devon, England.
 

98. David Bailey Jr. [2848], son of David Bailey Sr. [2819] and Patience Waterman [2818], was born about 18 May 1764 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 19 May 1764 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died about Apr 1846 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 81, and was buried on 2 Apr 1846 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Ancestral File Number: MXRC-P3.
(Duplicate. See Person 56 on Page 1)

 

99. Elizabeth Bugden [2849], daughter of William Bugden [2809] and Mary Verge [2811], was born about 1778 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 4 Nov 1778 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1861 aged about 83, and was buried on 25 Apr 1861 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Elizabeth was Bette Bugden. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-PH.
(Duplicate. See Person 57 on Page 1)

 

112. David Bailey Sr. [2819], son of John Bailey [2903] and Elizabeth [2904], was born about 1729 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 27 Aug 1798 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 69, and was buried on 30 Aug 1798. Ancestral File Number: MXRC-LK.
 

David married Patience Waterman [2818] [MRIN: 994] on 8 Jun 1759 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Patience was born about 1738 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was buried on 2 Sep 1798 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Mary Bailey [2824] was born in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 30 May 1760. Ancestral File Number: MXRC-NW.
 

56       ii.  David Bailey Jr. [2848] (born about 18 May 1764 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada - died about Apr 1846 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). David married Elizabeth Bugden [2849] [MRIN: 997], daughter of William Bugden [2809] and Mary Verge [2811], on 6 Oct 1797 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Elizabeth was born about 1778 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 4 Nov 1778 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, died in 1861 aged about 83, and was buried on 25 Apr 1861 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Elizabeth was Bette Bugden.
 

        iii.  John Bailey [2902] was christened on 6 Oct 1766 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was buried on 30 Jul 1797 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. The cause of his death was Accidentally Drowned.
 

         iv.  Patience Bailey [2827] was born on 10 Nov 1771 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 10 Nov 1771 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Ancestral File Number: MXRC-RF.
 

          v.  Elizabeth Bailey [2826] was born on 10 Nov 1771 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 10 Nov 1771 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died in 1857 in Ship Cove (Now Port Rexton), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 86. Ancestral File Number: MXRC-SL.
 

         vi.  Hannah Bailey [2823] was born on 13 Oct 1774 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Ancestral File Number: MXRC-TR.
 

        vii.  Grace Bailey [2998] was born on 15 Oct 1776, was christened on 15 Oct 1777 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 26 Jun 1848 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 71, and was buried in St Paul's Anglican Churchyard, Trinity Bay.
 

       viii.  Richard Bailey [2822] was born on 21 Oct 1781 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Ancestral File Number: MXRC-W4.
 


 

113. Patience Waterman [2818], daughter of Richard Waterman [3024] and Mary [3026], was born about 1738 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was buried on 2 Sep 1798 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Ancestral File Number: MXRC-MQ.
 

Patience married David Bailey Sr. [2819] [MRIN: 994] on 8 Jun 1759 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. David was born about 1729 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 27 Aug 1798 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 69, and was buried on 30 Aug 1798.
 

114. William Bugden [2809], son of John Bugden [2956] and Unknown, was born about 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, was christened on 29 Dec 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, died on 12 Oct 1808 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 58, and was buried on 16 Oct 1808 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-M5.
 

William married Mary Verge [2811] [MRIN: 999] on 17 Oct 1777 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Mary was born on 4 Aug 1757 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 2 Apr 1758 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died after 1828. Another name for Mary was Mary Virge.

Children from this marriage were:

 

57        i.  Elizabeth Bugden [2849] (born about 1778 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada - died in 1861, buried in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Elizabeth married David Bailey Jr. [2848] [MRIN: 997], son of David Bailey Sr. [2819] and Patience Waterman [2818], on 6 Oct 1797 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. David was born about 18 May 1764 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 19 May 1764 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died about Apr 1846 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 81, and was buried on 2 Apr 1846 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         ii.  Mary Bugden [2850] was born about 1779 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 18 Nov 1779 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in 1850 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 71, and was buried on 23 Nov 1850 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

        iii.  William Bugden [2810] was born in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 22 Jan 1782 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 23 Dec 1843 in George's Brook, Smith's Sound, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 61, and was buried on 30 Apr 1844 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         iv.  John Bugden [2887] was born about 1784 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 12 Nov 1788 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died on 29 Feb 1860 aged about 76. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-S1.
 

          v.  Samuel Joseph Bugden [2825] was born about Sep 1786 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 12 Sep 1786 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         vi.  Thomas Bugden [2845] was born about 8 Apr 1789 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 20 May 1789 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in 1820 aged about 31, and was buried in 1820 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-VC.
 

        vii.  Susannah Bugden [2844] was born in 1791 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 10 Mar 1791 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in 1861 aged 70, and was buried in Heart's Content, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

       viii.  Dinah Bugden [2843] was born on 5 Apr 1793 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 5 Apr 1793 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died after 1832. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-XP. Dinah married John Maybe [2841] [MRIN: 996] on 19 May 1810 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. John was born about 1786 in Poole, Dorset, England, died in Jun 1826 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 40, and was buried on 21 Jun 1826 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. The cause of his death was Suicide.
 

         ix.  James Bugden [2842] was born in 1796 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 1 May 1796 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

          x.  Benjamin Bugden [2861] was born on 2 Dec 1798 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened on 24 Dec 1798 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 


 

115. Mary Verge [2811], daughter of John Verge [2852] and Honora [2851], was born on 4 Aug 1757 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 2 Apr 1758 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died after 1828. Another name for Mary was Mary Virge. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-NB.
 

Mary married William Bugden [2809] [MRIN: 999] on 17 Oct 1777 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. William was born about 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, was christened on 29 Dec 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, died on 12 Oct 1808 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 58, and was buried on 16 Oct 1808 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

117. Martha Hiscock [2910], daughter of Joseph Hiscock Jr. [2832] and Sarah Collier [2880], was born on 25 Feb 1761, was christened on 27 Feb 1761 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and was buried on 25 Jun 1815 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

Martha married someone.

Her children were:

 

          i.  Sarah Bannister [2830] was born in 1784.
 

58       ii.  Robert Bannister [2996] (christened on 2 Feb 1787 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). Robert married Sarah [2997] [MRIN: 1021].
 

        iii.  John Hiscock Bannister [3001] was christened on 28 Dec 1789 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Mary Bannister [2984] was born in 1792 and died on 18 Mar 1874 in Ship Cove (Now Port Rexton), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 82.
 

          v.  William Bannister [3006] was christened on 15 Oct 1799 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 


 

122. John Maybe [2841] was born about 1786 in Poole, Dorset, England, died in Jun 1826 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 40, and was buried on 21 Jun 1826 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. The cause of his death was Suicide. Ancestral File Number: 1JKW-92K.
 

John married Dinah Bugden [2843] [MRIN: 996] on 19 May 1810 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Dinah was born on 5 Apr 1793 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 5 Apr 1793 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died after 1832.

Children from this marriage were:

 

61        i.  Sarah Maybe [2949] (born about 1811 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). Sarah married James Lavender [2970] [MRIN: 1016] on 10 Mar 1829. James was born in 1802 in England and died on 29 May 1841 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 39.
 

         ii.  Dinah Maybe [2840] was born on 20 Feb 1812 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 20 Apr 1812 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in Sep 1812 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and was buried on 29 Sep 1812 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. The cause of her death was Died as infant. Ancestral File Number: 1JKW-956.
 

        iii.  Thomas Maybe [2839] was born on 22 Jul 1813 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 12 Sep 1813 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Ancestral File Number: 1JKW-96D.
 

         iv.  Mary Maybe [2838] was born on 4 Nov 1815 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 6 Nov 1815 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 12 Sep 1883 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 67, and was buried on 16 Sep 1883 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Mary was Patience Mabey. Ancestral File Number: 1JKW-97L.
 

          v.  John Maybe [2837] was born on 11 Nov 1817 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 24 Nov 1817 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died in Dec 1840 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 23, and was buried on 22 Dec 1840 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Ancestral File Number: 1JKW-98S.
 

         vi.  Elizabeth Maybe [2836] was born on 9 Mar 1821 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 30 Mar 1821 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Another name for Elizabeth was Eliza Maybe. Ancestral File Number: 1JKW-991.
 

        vii.  William Maybe [2948] was born on 24 Sep 1822 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 20 Oct 1822 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 12 Apr 1884 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 61, and was buried on 15 Apr 1884 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Ancestral File Number: 1JKW-J5D.
 

       viii.  Priscilla Maybe [2820] was born on 27 Mar 1823 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 27 Apr 1823 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and was buried on 18 Oct 1860 in Lance Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Another name for Priscilla was Priscilla Maybee. Ancestral File Number: 1JKW-HNB.
 

         ix.  Aquilla Maybe [2953] was born on 11 Mar 1825 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 14 Mar 1825 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 1 Aug 1896 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 71, and was buried on 3 Aug 1896 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Another name for Aquilla was Acquilla Maybe. Ancestral File Number: MXRP-87.
 

          x.  Anne Maybe [2835] was born on 5 Jun 1826 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 2 Jul 1826 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died on 16 May 1853 aged 26. Ancestral File Number: 1JKW-J81.
 


 

123. Dinah Bugden [2843], daughter of William Bugden [2809] and Mary Verge [2811], was born on 5 Apr 1793 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, was christened on 5 Apr 1793 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died after 1832. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-XP.
 

Dinah married John Maybe [2841] [MRIN: 996] on 19 May 1810 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. John was born about 1786 in Poole, Dorset, England, died in Jun 1826 in Trouty, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 40, and was buried on 21 Jun 1826 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. The cause of his death was Suicide.
 

124. Thomas Verge [2857], son of John Verge [2852] and Honora [2851], was born about 1753, died on 16 Aug 1815 in Ireland's Eye, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 62, and was buried on 21 Aug 1815 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

Thomas married Patience Hookey [2858] [MRIN: 1001] on 25 Oct 1799 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Patience was born about 1784. Another name for Patience was Grace Hookey.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Honor Verge [2864] was born in 1801 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 8 Jun 1801.
 

62       ii.  John Verge [2862] (born in 1802 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). John married Elizabeth Short [2866] [MRIN: 995], daughter of Samuel Short [2892] and Joyce Hogarth [2893], on 31 Oct 1831 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Elizabeth was born in 1810 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and died in 1877 aged 67.
 

        iii.  Thomas Verge [2915] was born about 1804.
 

         iv.  Joseph Verge Unverified, See Notes [3010] was born in 1807 in Ireland's Eye, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened in 1808.
 

          v.  Sarah Verge [2990] was born on 25 Feb 1810 in Ireland's Eye, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and died on 4 Jan 1848 in Ireland's Eye, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 37.
 

         vi.  Stephen Verge [2865] was born in 1812 in Ireland's Eye, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and died on 16 Nov 1816 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 4.
 

        vii.  William Verge [2921] was born about 1815 in Ireland's Eye, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 


 

125. Patience Hookey [2858], daughter of Stephen Hookey [2894] and Sarah Ivamy [2895], was born about 1784. Another name for Patience was Grace Hookey.
 

Patience married Thomas Verge [2857] [MRIN: 1001] on 25 Oct 1799 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Thomas was born about 1753, died on 16 Aug 1815 in Ireland's Eye, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 62, and was buried on 21 Aug 1815 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

126. Samuel Short [2892] was born Est 1775.
 

Samuel married Joyce Hogarth [2893] [MRIN: 1006] on 9 Nov 1799 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Joyce was born in 1778 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 14 Oct 1778 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Another name for Joyce was Joice Haggard.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  James Morley Short [3003] was born in 1803 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and died before 1876.
 

         ii.  Joseph Short [2980] was born in 1805 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

        iii.  Isaac Short [3004] was born in 1807 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and died before 1873.
 

63       iv.  Elizabeth Short [2866] (born in 1810 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada - died in 1877). Elizabeth married John Verge [2862] [MRIN: 995], son of Thomas Verge [2857] and Patience Hookey [2858], on 31 Oct 1831 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. John was born in 1802 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

          v.  Rosanna Short [2863] was born in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 29 Jul 1821.
 

         vi.  John Short [3023] was born about 1825 in Old Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died about 30 May 1889 in Cat Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 64, and was buried on 2 Jun 1889 in Cat Cove, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 


 

127. Joyce Hogarth [2893], daughter of Issac Hogarth [3855] and Dorothy Blanchard [3856], was born in 1778 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 14 Oct 1778 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Another name for Joyce was Joice Haggard.
 

Joyce married Samuel Short [2892] [MRIN: 1006] on 9 Nov 1799 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Samuel was born Est 1775.

 

Eighth Generation (5th Great-Grandparents)



 

128. Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483], son of Germain LeJeune [458] and Marie Anne Trahan [459], was born in 1729 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1811 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

General Notes: Louisbourg, 5 November 1754


"JOSEPH LE JEUNE, originaire de LAcadie Eveche de Quebec et actuellement habitant de l'Espanole fils legitime de germain Et de Marie Trahan d 'une part
MARTINE LE ROY aussi originaire de L'acadie fille de Charles Le Roy et de Marie Chauvet d'autre part

Publication de trois bans.

Signatures:

Louis Gautier
[chovemein]
fr. Clement Rosselin cure

chap. ray. de St. L.

marque"
Tues
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
ENGLISH TRANSLATION:

"Joseph LEJEUNE, native of lacadie, diocese of Quebec and currently a resident of Baye Des Espagnols, legitimate son of Germain and Marie TRAHAN on the one part and Martine LE ROY also native of lacadie, daughter of Charles LE ROY and Marie CHAUVET on the other part."

Publication of three banns.

Signatures:

Louis Gautier
[chovemein]
father Clement Rosselin, cure

chap. ray. de St. L.

"mark"
Tues

SOURCE: A.F.O., G1, 409,1 register: 37v., Act of Marriage, Louisbourg, 5 November 1754.
______________________________________________________________________________________________

In 1750, the English established a military presence in Pisiquid with the construction of Fort Edward. It is easy to understand how the arrival of the English military might have impacted this peaceful community. It was no coincidence that, in 1750, many of the residents of Pisiquid, including Germain LEJEUNE and his family would relocate to Isle Royale (Cape Breton).

Marriage of Josephe Lejeune and Martine LeRoy

This day the fifth of November one thousand seven hundred fifty-four, I the undersigned, after the publication of three banns made at the sermons of the high Masses on Sundays the twentieth day of October, the twenty-seventh, and the third of November for the future marriage between Joseph Lejeune, originally from Acadia in the diocese of Québec and presently residing at Espagnole, legitimate son of Germain and Marie Trahan, on the one side; and Martine LeRoy, also originally from Acadia, daughter of Charles LeRoy and Marie Chauvet, on the other side, and there not having been found any impediment, have personally witnessed their mutual verbal consent to marriage and have given them the nuptial blessing with the usual ceremonies of our mother the Holy Church, in the presence of the relatives and witnesses who have signed with us in the Royal Chapel of St. Louis serving as the parish church at Louisbourg, on the day and year as above.

/s/ Louis gautier

marks of the groom (X) and the bride (X) approved by me

/s/ Br. Clement Rosselin, R. R. and pastor

/s/ chorcheri

/s/ fransois commer
______________________________________________________________________________________________
Le Sieur de la Roque - 1752- Isle Royale

Charles Le Roy, ploughman, native of Paris, aged 52 years.
Marie Charlotte Chauvet, his wife, native of la Cadie, aged 52 years.

Alexandre, aged 22 years
Charles, aged 18 years
Alexis, aged 10 years
Margueritte, aged 24 years
Anne, aged 16 yearns
Martine, aged 14 years
Ossite, aged 7 years

Jean Fournier, his son-in-law, fisherman, native of Québec, aged 33.
Genevieve Le Roy, his wife, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years

Charles LeJeune, his son-in-law, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 23 years
Marie Le Roy, his wife, native of the same place, aged 20 years.

They will have been in the Colony two years on July 22. The land given verbally by Messrs. Desherbiers and Prevost.

Germain LeJeune, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 50. Married to
Marie Guedry, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years. In this country for 18 months.
Joseph, aged 22 years
Chrisostime.aged 12 years
Germain, aged 11 years
Paul, aged 5 years
Margueritte, aged 16 years

The dwelling which they have improved given verbally by Messrs. Desherbiers and Prevost.

Source: Le Sieur de la Roque - 1752- Isle Royale;
_____________________________________________________________________________________________
From the Nova Scotia Archives;

Item no.: 198 Mfm no.: 15789


Grantee: LeJeune, Joseph, Sr.
Year: 1805


Petition to Despard: Petitioner asks a lease of lot 5 at French Village, on which he has resided many years.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________
Item no.: 395 Mfm no.: 15789


Grantee: Lejeune, Joseph
Year: 1808


Report of Crawley to McKinnon: 200 acres, lot 5, at the French Village, Little Bras d'Or. Plan.

____________________________________________________________________________________________
Item no.: 650
Mfm no.: 15790

Grantee: Young, Joseph Year: 1810


Petition to Nepean: Petitioner was born on the Island of Michlone sic (Island of Miquelon), has resided in Cape Breton the past 24 years. He asks lot 10 at the French Village, which lot he has possessed the past eighteen years. Petitioner is married and has eight children.

_____________________________________________________________________________________________

Item no.: 2841
Mfm no.: 15798

Grantee: LeJeune, Joseph Year: 1822


Petitioner, a native of Newfoundland sic (Island of Miquelon), age 54, is married and has twelve children. He has lived for thirty years on a lot on the south side of Little Bras d'Or, surveyed for him. He asks a grant. Note: Petitioner has lately been intruded upon by one, Burchal, who claims the only good part of this lot. Note: "This only land to which petitioner, a Calker by profession and a boat builder, can have any claim is lot 10, south side of the Gut of Canso near French Village 100 acres, on which he resided.....

One son lately sold his share to George Burchal, who immediately petitioned and received a Warrant of Survey.____________________________________________________________________________
From: Eric [mailto:desimm@syd.eastlink.ca]
Sent: Monday, November 18, 2013 2:24 PM
To: Wayne & Linda
Subject: Re: Joseph LeJeune Brothers Framcis and


Hi Wayne & Linda:

Conversed with you back in late Dec 2008.
We are from and still live in the Little Bras d'or area

Regarding your page on John Young and Catherine Boutiler

Are you aware that Francis "Fransway" Lejeune, who acquired the 470 acre land grant, was married to Marguerite / Margaret LeJeune
She was the dof Christophe leJeune and Louise Hache dit Gallant
See Will of Francis LeJeune

My wife descends from Francis and Margaret LeJeune married 17 Sept 1793 in Sydney
Thru their daughter Françoise LeJeune who married James Quinn 1 Jul 1833
James and Françoise(LeJeune) Quinn received part of Francis LeJeune land thru his 1838 will
My wife's grandparents lived on that portion of the original Francis LeJeune land grant after their marriage

Also I believe that it was Joseph LeJeune Sr who acquired Lot 5 next Charles King In Little Bras d'or.( 1st thru Crown Lease, then latter a grant)
He would later give 100 acres to his son Gabriel LeJeune.
Your Joseph leJeune acquired lot 10 down in Mill Creek (see land Grant map for this area)
Across from Joseph LeJeune land, was the land of Burchill, who acquired it from John Young and Catherine (Boutilire) LeJeune



Sincerely

Eric Simm

 

Noted events in his life were:

• 1752 Census:

The 1752 census of Isle Royale (Le Sieur de la Roque) for Baye des Espagnol included;

"Charles Le Roy, ploughman, native of Paris, aged 52 years.
Marie Charlotte Chauvet, his wife, native of la Cadie, aged 52 years.

Alexandre, aged 22 years
Charles, aged 18 years
Alexis, aged 10 years
Margueritte, aged 24 years
Anne, aged 16 yearns
Martine, aged 14 years
Ossite, aged 7 years

Jean Fournier, his son-in-law, fisherman, native of Québec, aged 33.
Genevieve Le Roy, his wife, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years

Charles LeJeune, his son-in-law, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 23 years
Marie Le Roy, his wife, native of the same place, aged 20 years.

They will have been in the Colony two years on July 22. The land given verbally by Messrs. Desherbiers and Prevost."

Germain LeJeune, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 50. Married to
Marie Guedry, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years. In this country for 18 months.

Joseph, aged 22 years
Chrisostime.aged 12 years
Germain, aged 11 years
Paul, aged 5 years
Margueritte, aged 16 years

The dwelling which they have improved given verbally by Messrs. Desherbiers and Prevost."

• , Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune In 1758, Joseph and his family are deported from Isle Royale to to La Rochelle, France

Following the destruction of Louisbourg, Acadians living along the coast of Isle Royale were rounded up, placed on ships and deported. Their homes were burned. All French residents, including Joseph and Martine are deported to La Rochelle, France. Martine's mother died shortly after arriving in France. One can only imagine the trauma and turmoil of such an upheaval. By this time, the LEJEUNE family had been living in Acadia for more than four generations. These Acadian families became refugees in their mother country, which in many respects was quite foreign. In 1761, while living in Rochefort, France, Joseph and Martine had their first child, Paul, who died shortly afterwards. The next year on August 13, 1762, a daughter, Marie-Henriette was born at La Rochelle.
.

• He emigrated Circa. 1763, Joseph and his family emigate from La Rochelle, France to the island of Miquelon off the south coast of Newfoundland.

In 1764, while living on the Island of Miquelon, a daughter, Marthe is born.
 

• He was baptized On Dec 27, 1766, Charles "Joseph" was baptised on in the Island of Miquelon,. (From the Roman Catholic records of St. Pierre sand Miquelon).

• He emigrated In 1767, Joseph and his family returned to the island of Cape Breton and settled at Petit bras d'Or.

Author's Notes;

In the summer of 1767, three sailing vessels and five small open boats (chaloupes) departed St. Pierre for various destinations in Acadia. Some were destined for places like Cheezecook (near Halifax), Îles de la Madeleine, Bonaventure and Baie des Chaleurs in Gaspé and Prince Edward Island. Joseph, Martine and their three children returned to "the French Village" of Petit Bras d'Or near Sydney on Cape Breton Island. They are accompanied by Martine's father, Charles LE ROY, her brother Alexis LE ROY and their niece Marianne FOURNIER.
 

• Relocation::

For some unknown reason, around 1777, the family decides to relocate to St. Pierre and Miquelon. The 1778 census for St. Pierre includes Joseph LEJEUNE, his wife and seven children. It is assumed that one of the children is Marianne FOURNIER. Unfortunately, the family had no idea what was about to happen. The English, led by the governor of Newfoundland, invaded the islands, burned the houses and expelled the population. Somehow, the English were again feeling threatened by the French. Joseph and Martine are once again crossing the ocean to La Rochelle, France, where they would spend the next five years. While living in France, a daughter Anne Marie is born and the oldest daughter Marie-Henrietta would marry Joseph COMEAU, a widower with six children.
 

• , Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune Circa 1767, Joseph and his family were deported from the Island of Miquelon back to La Rochelle, France.

• He immigrated. The islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon are returned to France with the Treaty of Versailles in 1783, which ended the War of the American Revolution. Soon afterwards, Joseph and his family returned to the island of Miquelon off the south coast of Newfoundland. The family was accompanied by their daughter Marie-Henriette and her husband Joseph COMEAU.
 

• Relocation:Shortly after their arrival in Miquelon, Henriette's husband, Joseph COMEAU dies and the family again relocates to Petit Bras d'Or on Cape Breton Island. It had been more than 25 years since they were first deported from Cape Breton Island. The family had crossed the Atlantic 4 times. Back in Petit Bras d'Or, Joseph's family is reaquainted with the family of his half brother Christophe (Chrisostime) LEJEUNE who is also living in Petit Bras d'Or. It would appear that Christophe and his family had somehow missed the deportation. Within the next few years, four of the children of Joseph and Martine would marry four of Christophe's children.
 

Charles married Martine Le Roy [706] [MRIN: 253] on 5 Nov 1754 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Martine was born in 1738 and died after 1811 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Paul LeJeune [1740] was born on 9 Mar 1761 in Church of St. Louis, Rochefort, France and died on 29 Jul 1761 in Church of Notre Dame, Rochefort, France.
 

         ii.  Marie-Henriette LeJeune [1207] was born on 13 Aug 1762 in La Rochelle, France, was christened on 14 Aug 1762 in Church of St. Louis, Rochefort, France, and died in May 1860 in Margaree, Cape Breton, NS, Canada aged 97. Marie-Henriette married Joseph Comeau [1583] [MRIN: 530], son of Jean-Baptiste Comeau [1584] and Anne-Marie Thibodeau [1585], on 17 Feb 1780 in Church of Saint-Nicholas, La Rochelle, France. Joseph was born in 1730, died in 1785 in Drowned in St. Pierre? aged 55, and was buried on 4 Apr 1785 in St. Pierre Church Records. Marie-Henriette next married Bernard LeJeune [489] [MRIN: 556], son of Christophe LeJeune [456] and Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457], on 26 Aug 1786 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada. Bernard was christened on 7 Feb 1768 in Registers of Charles Francois Bailly and died before 1793. Marie-Henriette next married James Ross [1588] [MRIN: 534] on 18 Mar 1793 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. James was born about 1757 in Ireland.
 

64      iii.  Charles "Joseph" LeJeune Jr [1577] (born in 1763 in Island of Miquelon - died after 1822). Charles married Agathe LeJeune [919] [MRIN: 841], daughter of Christophe LeJeune [456] and Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457], about 1783. Agathe died after 1795.
 

         iv.  Marthe LeJeune [862] was born on 9 Oct 1764 in Island of Miquelon and died after 1818. Marthe married Francois LeJeune [1696] [MRIN: 611], son of Christophe LeJeune [456] and Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457], about 1790 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Francois was born about 1772 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1818.
 

          v.  Elizabeth Radegonde/Barbara LeJeune [1582] was born in 1770 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada, was christened on 4 Dec 1770 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada, and died after 1818. Elizabeth married Joseph Christophe LeJeune [822] [MRIN: 535], son of Christophe LeJeune [456] and Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457], on 21 Jul 1793 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada. Joseph was born on 4 Jan 1770 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1818.
 

         vi.  Francois Paul LeJeune [3309] was born in 1772. Francois married Margaret "Briard" LeJeune [3310] [MRIN: 1121], daughter of Christophe LeJeune [456] and Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457], on 17 Sep 1793 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada. Margaret was born about 1770.
 

        vii.  Alexis LeJeune [1697] was born about 1774 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and was christened in 1780. Alexis married Francis Cann [1729] [MRIN: 609] on 15 Oct 1794 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada.
 

       viii.  Marie-Anne LeJeune [1698] was born on 28 May 1779 in Parish of St. Nicolas, La Rochelle, France and died on 24 Jan 1784 in La Rochelle, France aged 4.
 

         ix.  Gabriel LeJeune Senr. [865] was born in 1780 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died before 1838. Gabriel married Sarah Ryley [1660] [MRIN: 536] about 1800. Sarah died after 1838.
 


 

129. Martine Le Roy [706], daughter of Charles Le Roy [707] and Marie Charlotte Chauvet [708], was born in 1738 and died after 1811 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

General Notes:

JOSEPH LE JEUNE, originaire de LAcadie Eveche de Quebec et actuellement habitant de l'Espanole fils legitime de germain Et de Marie Trahan d 'une part
MARTINE LE ROY aussi originaire de L'acadie fille de Charles Le Roy et de Marie Chauvet d'autre part

Publication de trois bans.

Signatures:

Louis Gautier
[chovemein]
fr. Clement Rosselin cure

chap. ray. de St. L.

marque
Tues

A.F.O., G1, 409,1 registre: 37v.
Acte de Mariage Louisbourg, Ie 5 novembre 1754.
 

Martine married Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] [MRIN: 253] on 5 Nov 1754 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Charles was born in 1729 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1811 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

130. Christophe LeJeune [456], son of Germain LeJeune [458] and Marie Guedry [477], was born in 1740 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died before 1818.
 

General Notes:

"Le vingt six août 1771 au passage de la Petit Brador, Nous avons réhabilitez les mariages des cydessous nommes qui étant éloignes de tout prêtre et missionnaire, et in l'impossibilité même d'en trouver avoient contractes en présence de témoins.
Chrytophe Lejeune dit Briard fils de Germain Lejeune dit Briard (etde) Marie Guetri avec Louise Galand Pierre Galland, et Cecile La verne.

Charles Bailly, ptr mvg"

TRANSLATION :

"On August 26, 1771, when passing through Petit Bras d'Or, we have rehabilitated the marriages of the following people, who being far from any priest or missionary make it impossible to have a contract in the presence of witnesses.

Chrytophe Lejeune dit Briard, son of Germain Lejeune dit Briard and Marie Guetri
with Louise Galand, daughter of Pierre Galland, and Cecile La Verne.

Charles Bailly"

SOURCE: Registers of Charles Francois Bailly


1805 - LeJeune, Christopher, Sr.

Petition to Despard: Petitioner asks a lease for lot 7, at the French Village, Little Bras d'Or, on which he has resided for many years.

SOURCE: Cape Breton no.: 197 NSARM microfilm: 15789

Christophe married Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457] [MRIN: 154] on 26 Aug 1771 in Registers of Charles Francois Bailly. Marriage status: rehabiliation. Louise was born about 1737 and died before 1818.

Children from this marriage were:

 

65        i.  Agathe LeJeune [919] (died after 1795). Agathe married Charles "Joseph" LeJeune Jr [1577] [MRIN: 841], son of Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] and Martine Le Roy [706], about 1783. Charles was born in 1763 in Island of Miquelon, was christened on 22 Dec 1766 in Island of Miquelon, and died after 1822.
 

         ii.  Bernard LeJeune [489] was christened on 7 Feb 1768 in Registers of Charles Francois Bailly and died before 1793. Bernard married Marie-Henriette LeJeune [1207] [MRIN: 556], daughter of Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] and Martine Le Roy [706], on 26 Aug 1786 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada. Marie-Henriette was born on 13 Aug 1762 in La Rochelle, France, was christened on 14 Aug 1762 in Church of St. Louis, Rochefort, France, and died in May 1860 in Margaree, Cape Breton, NS, Canada aged 97.
 

        iii.  Stanislaus LeJeune [490] was christened on 22 Mar 1769 in Registers of Charles Francois Bailly.
 

         iv.  Joseph Christophe LeJeune [822] was born on 4 Jan 1770 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada and died after 1818. Joseph married Elizabeth Radegonde/Barbara LeJeune [1582] [MRIN: 535], daughter of Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] and Martine Le Roy [706], on 21 Jul 1793 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada. Elizabeth was born in 1770 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada, was christened on 4 Dec 1770 in Cape Breton, NS, Canada, and died after 1818.
 

          v.  Margaret "Briard" LeJeune [3310] was born about 1770. Margaret married Francois Paul LeJeune [3309] [MRIN: 1121], son of Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] and Martine Le Roy [706], on 17 Sep 1793 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada. Francois was born in 1772.
 

         vi.  Francois LeJeune [1696] was born about 1772 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1818. Francois married Marthe LeJeune [862] [MRIN: 611], daughter of Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] and Martine Le Roy [706], about 1790 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marthe was born on 9 Oct 1764 in Island of Miquelon and died after 1818.
 

        vii.  Jean Baptiste LeJeune [1467] was born about 1777. Jean married Marie King [1468] [MRIN: 485], daughter of Charles King [1205] and Marie Canada [1216], on 6 Nov 1793 in St. Georges Anglican Church, Sydney, Cape Breton, Canada. Marie died before 1823.
 

       viii.  Jacques Christophe (James Young) LeJeune [454] was born in 1779 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada and died on 25 Feb 1872 in Bay St. George, NL, Canada aged 93. Jacques married Catherine Jesseau [455] [MRIN: 143], daughter of Jean Jesseau (Jessaume) [709] and Marianne Fournier [710], in 1803 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Catherine was born in 1778 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France and died in Bay St. George, NL, Canada.
 


 

131. Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457], daughter of Pierre Hache dit Gallant [1998] and Cecile Lavergne [1999], was born about 1737 and died before 1818.
 

Louise married Christophe LeJeune [456] [MRIN: 154] on 26 Aug 1771 in Registers of Charles Francois Bailly. Marriage status: rehabiliation. Christophe was born in 1740 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died before 1818.
 

132. Jean George Boutilier Junr. [945], son of Jean George Boutilier Senr. [1661] and Sarah Grange [1662], was born on 30 Jun 1729 in Etoben, Montbeliard, France, died on 12 Mar 1784 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada aged 54, and was buried on 14 Mar 1784 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 

General Notes:

In May 1752, Jean left Europe on the "Betty" and landed at Halifax in September 1752.


He was on Indian Patrol at Lunenburg in 1758.

Jean married Anne Catherine Maillard [946] [MRIN: 336] on 31 Aug 1752 in St. Pauls, Halifax Anglican, NS, Canada. Anne was born on 6 Jun 1733 in Chenebre, Montbeliard, France.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Jean George Boutilier [990]
 

         ii.  Jean Frederick Boutilier [991]
 

        iii.  James Boutilier [992]
 

         iv.  Catherine Boutilier [993]. Catherine married Leopold Langille [994] [MRIN: 342] on 20 May 1786 in St. Pauls, Halifax Anglican, NS, Canada. Leopold was born in 1728.
 

          v.  Susanne Boutilier [996]. Susanne married William Chaney [997] [MRIN: 343]. Susanne next married J. F. Jeandy [998] [MRIN: 344]. Susanne next married Henry Shupely [999] [MRIN: 345] in 1786.
 

         vi.  James David Boutilier [1000]
 

        vii.  Joseph Boutilier [1002]
 

       viii.  John Peter Boutilier [1006]
 

66       ix.  Frederick Nicolas Boutilier [920] (born in 1754 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada). Frederick married Anna Barbara Magdalena Hirtle [921] [MRIN: 326], daughter of Johann Jacob Hirtle [922] and Anna Maria (Legarce) Shauffleberger [923], on 27 Jul 1779 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada. Anna was born in 1758 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 1 Oct 1758 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada, and died in 1791 aged 33.
 

          x.  John James Boutilier [995] was born in 1765 and died in May 1791 in Lunenburg, Lc, NS, Canada aged 26.
 

         xi.  Jeanne Marguerite Boutilier [1003] was born on 30 Dec 1772 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada. Jeanne married George Melchoir Whynacht [1004] [MRIN: 346] on 19 Dec 1792 in St. Pauls, Halifax Anglican, NS, Canada.
 

        xii.  George Frederick Boutilier [1001] was born on 31 Mar 1774 in Lunenburg, Lc, NS, Canada and died in May 1791 aged 17.
 

       xiii.  John George Boutilier [1005] was born on 31 Mar 1774 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, died on 10 Apr 1774 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, and was buried on 10 Apr 1774 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 


 

133. Anne Catherine Maillard [946], daughter of George Frederick Maillard [988] and Judith Sugney [989], was born on 6 Jun 1733 in Chenebre, Montbeliard, France.
 

Anne married Jean George Boutilier Junr. [945] [MRIN: 336] on 31 Aug 1752 in St. Pauls, Halifax Anglican, NS, Canada. Jean was born on 30 Jun 1729 in Etoben, Montbeliard, France, died on 12 Mar 1784 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada aged 54, and was buried on 14 Mar 1784 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 

134. Johann Jacob Hirtle [922], son of (Hans) Michael Hirtle [979] and (Anna) Maria Bart(In) [985], was born in 1733 in Wurttemberg, Germany and died on 7 Dec 1809 in First South, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada aged 76.
 

Johann married Anna Maria (Legarce) Shauffleberger [923] [MRIN: 327] on 11 May 1756 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada. Anna was born in 1735 in Montbeliard, France, died on 7 Jul 1777 in Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada aged 42, and was buried on 9 Jul 1777 in Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada. Another name for Anna was Anna Maria (L'Argie) LEGARCE.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Anna Maria Hirtle [948] was born in 1757, was christened on 25 Sep 1757, and died on 24 Jan 1758 aged 1.
 

67       ii.  Anna Barbara Magdalena Hirtle [921] (born in 1758 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada - died in 1791). Anna married Frederick Nicolas Boutilier [920] [MRIN: 326], son of Jean George Boutilier Junr. [945] and Anne Catherine Maillard [946], on 27 Jul 1779 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada. Frederick was born in 1754 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 17 Jul 1754 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 

        iii.  (John) Philip Hartling [955]
 

         iv.  (John) Bernard Hirtle [956] was born in 1761 and was christened on 20 Sep 1761.
 

          v.  (John) Jacob Hirtle [957]
 

         vi.  John Michael Hirtle [958]
 

        vii.  (John) Peter Hirtle/Hartling [959]
 

       viii.  Johanna Catherine Hirtle [960]
 

         ix.  Catherine Magdalena Hirtle [961]
 

          x.  Maria Eva Hirtle [962]
 

         xi.  Anna Dorothea Hirtle [963]
 

        xii.  Andreas Hirtle [964] was born on 11 Feb 1773 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 21 Feb 1773 in Zion Lutheran, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada.
 

       xiii.  Johan Wilhelm Hirtle [965]
 

        xiv.  John Wendel Hirtle [966]
 

         xv.  Anna Maria (Twin) Hirtle [967] was born on 18 Jun 1777 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and died on 18 Jun 1777 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada.
 

        xvi.  Johan George (Twin) Hirtle [968] was born on 18 Jun 1777 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 22 Jun 1777 in Zion Lutheran, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada, and died on 27 Jun 1778 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada aged 1.
 

Johann next married (Susanna) Catherine Selberger [947] [MRIN: 337], daughter of Johannes Seeberger [949] and Sussanna Eliz Morasch [950], on 19 Oct 1777 in Zion Lutheran, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada. (Susanna) was born in 1757 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 24 Jan 1757.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Johannes Hirtle [969] was born on 6 Aug 1779 in Lunenburg, Lc, NS, Canada, was christened on 15 Aug 1779 in Zion Lutheran, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada, and died on 29 Apr 1784 in Eichwald, NS, Canada aged 4.
 

         ii.  John Frederick Hirtle\Hartling [970]
 

        iii.  Johannes Leonard Hirtle [971]
 

         iv.  Johannes Hirtle [972] was born on 8 Oct 1784 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada, was christened on 17 Oct 1784 in Zion Lutheran, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada, and died on 18 Jan 1787 in Mush-A-Mush, Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada aged 2.
 

          v.  Catherine Elizabeth Hirtle [973]
 

         vi.  Johann Heinrich Hirtle [974] was born on 4 Jun 1788 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and died on 7 Jun 1817 aged 29.
 

        vii.  Christina Hirtle [975]
 

       viii.  Sophia Elizabeth Hirtle [976] was born on 5 Jan 1792 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 22 Jan 1792 in Zion Lutheran, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada.
 

         ix.  Anna Susanna Hirtle [977] was born on 10 Mar 1794 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 31 Mar 1794 in Zion Lutheran, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada.
 

          x.  Christian Hirtle [978]
 


 

135. Anna Maria (Legarce) Shauffleberger [923], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, was born in 1735 in Montbeliard, France, died on 7 Jul 1777 in Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada aged 42, and was buried on 9 Jul 1777 in Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada. Another name for Anna was Anna Maria (L'Argie) LEGARCE.
 

General Notes: Arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia on the "Betty" in 1752.

Anna married Johann Jacob Hirtle [922] [MRIN: 327] on 11 May 1756 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada. Johann was born in 1733 in Wurttemberg, Germany and died on 7 Dec 1809 in First South, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada aged 76.
 

136. Michael Theodore Webb [3712], son of William Webb [3717] and Elizabeth Holland [3724], was born in 1766 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A., was christened on 1 Jul 1768 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A., and died before 1871 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

General Notes: http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/s/h/u/Bonnie-Shupe-alberta/GENE9-0009.html

Ancestors of Paul Adrian Shupe
Generation No. 8

112. Jean (Josepth) Coste, born Bet. 1780 - 1790; died 1829 in Drowned in St. Georges Bay (Nova Scotia). He was the son of 224. Jacques (James) Coste and 225. Archange Langlois. He married 113. Anne Webb 1819.

113.
Anne Webb, born 1788 in Harvre Boucher; died May 13, 1868 in Harvre Boucher. She was the daughter of 226. Micheal Webb and 227. Jeanne Francoise D'Aigle.

Notes for Anne Webb: [bayfield.ged] She was not in the 1871 census
More About Anne Webb:
Name 2: Annie Webb
Date born 2: 1788, Harve Boucher, Antigonish Co., Nova Scotia
Died 2: May 13, 1868, Harve Boucher, Antigonish Co., Nova Scotia

More About Jean Coste and Anne Webb:
Marriage: 1819

Child of Jean Coste and Anne Webb is:
56 </users/s/h/u/Bonnie-Shupe-alberta/GENE9-0006.html> i. Joseph DeCoste, born 1826 in Havre Boucher; died October 23, 1903 in East Tracadie; married Anne L'Avoine November 21, 1861.
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226. Micheal Webb, born 1770 in New Hampshire, U.S.A.; died in Havre Boucher. He was the son of 452. William Webb and 453. Rebecca Nelson. He married 227. Jeanne Francoise D'Aigle 1790 in Havre Boucher.

227. Jeanne Francoise D'Aigle, born May 19, 1769 in St. Malo, France. She was the daughter of 454. Gregoire D'Aigle and 455. Marguerete Josephe Henry.

Notes for Micheal Webb:
Was born in 1770 on a ship crossing the Atlantic from Ireland.

Notes for Jeanne Francoise D'Aigle: Daigle Jean Daigle arrived with his wife, Helene Bourg with the second group of settlers between 1789-1792. Jean Daigle received land grants in 1793 but apparently died by the 1794 census. There does not seem to have been any children from this marriage. Helene's sister, Marie-Jacquemine, also married a Daigle. She married Olivier-Raphael Daigle in 1786 in France. It seems that Olivier died in France before 1789. Marie came to Pomquet with her sisters and later married Pierre-Josaphat Doiron. Olivier and Marie's only child, Ann, married Francois Landry at Pomquet. Hugh Webb wrote: In 1755 the Acadians were expelled from Nova Scotia. This situation explains why Jeanne was born in France. Her parents were born in Canada. The D'Aigles upon returning went to the Bonaventure region of the Gaspe Peninsula and then Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island. [bayfield.ged] Hugh Webb wrote: In 1755 the Acadians were expelled from Nova Scotia. This situation explains why Jeanne was born in France. Her parents were born in Canada. The D'Aigles upon returning went to the Bonaventure region of the Gaspe Peninsula and then Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island.
More About Jeanne Francoise D'Aigle:
Date born 2: France

More About Micheal Webb and Jeanne D'Aigle:
Marriage: 1790, Havre Boucher

Children of Micheal Webb and Jeanne D'Aigle are:
113 </users/s/h/u/Bonnie-Shupe-alberta/GENE9-0007.html> i. Anne Webb, born 1788 in Harvre Boucher; died May 13, 1868 in Harvre Boucher; married (1) Jean (Joseph) Coste; married (2) Jean (Josepth) Coste 1819.
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Muster Roll of the Settlers at Antigonish, July 1784


The United States war of independance ended in 1781. Britain relinquished all claims to the United States with the Treaty of Paris in 1783. Following the war, the solders who served England were disbanded and in most cases migrated to British North America, most notably Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and Ontario.

According to "The on-line Institute for Advanced Loyalist Studies", http://www.royalprovincial.com/genealogy/settle/settle.shtml

Muster Roll of the following disbanded Officers, discharged and Disbanded Soldiers and their respective Families that are actually Settled, and preparing to settle at Antigonish in the County of Halifax, taken by order of Major General John CAMPBELL, Commander in Chief &c. at Antigonish this
21st day of July 1784.

Listed were 78 disbanded Officers and soldiers who setted in Antigonish. Included in the list was a Michael Webb, aged 18 years, which would suggest a birth year of 1766. He is accompanied by a woman.

The National Archives of Canada, Ward Chipman Papers, MG 23, D 1, Series I, Volume 24, pages 116-120 is referenced.
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1817 Census, Antigonish County, Nova Scotia

Michael Webb and his family are living at Harve Boucher on St. George's Bay. His family consists of 7 persons. 1 male over 16 years, 2 females over 16 years, and 3 females under 16 years.
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1827 Census, Antigonish County, Tracadie Township, Nova Scotia

Listed are a Michael Webb (Snr.) and a Michael Webb (Jnr.). Both are listed as Mariners and are Roman Catholic. Michael (Snr.)'s family consists of 7 males and 4 females, while Michael (Jnr.)'s family includes 4 males and 2 females.

Also listed in this census is a Jean Daigle. He is listed as a Roman Catholic farmer. His family included 1 male and 2 females.
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The following was copied from; http://www.webbdnaproject.org/resources/Daniel%20Webb%20webpage.htm

Daniel Webb [b. c1650 of Salem MA] Group
Kit # 130382 [67]
Daniel Webb [b. c1652]
John Webb [b. 1676 Salem MA - d. 1773 Salem MA]
William Webb [b. 1717 Salem MA - d. after 1758]
William Webb [b. 1744 Gloucester MA]
Michael Theodore Webb [b. 1768 Portsmouth NH - d. bef 1871 Havre Boucher, Nova Scotia]
Michael Hubert Webb [b. 1794 Havre Boucher, Nova Scotia \endash d. 1865 Havre Boucher, Nova Scotia]
Michael Charles Webb [b. 1824 Havre Boucher, Nova Scotia \endash d. 1914 Havre Boucher, Nova Scotia]
P J Webb [b. 1870 Havre Boucher, Nova Scotia \endash d. 1945 Conshohocken PA]
J B Webb [Living]


Kit # 151372 [67]
Daniel Webb [b. c1652]
John Webb [b. April 17, 1676 Salem MA]
William Webb [b. July 6, 1717 Salem MA \endash d. aft 1758]
William Webb [b. Nov 30, 1744 Gloucester MA]
Michael Theodore Webb [b. July 1, 1768 Portsmouth NH \endash d. bef 1871]
Michael Hubert Webb [b. 1794 Havre Boucher, Nova Scotia \endash d. 1865]
William Hubert Webb
Patrick Webb [b. 1852]
Peter Francis Webb [b. July 24, 1886]
R P Webb [b. March 16, 1928]
J P Webb [Living]
 

Noted events in his life were:

• Christened at Queen's Chapel (Anglican): 1 Jul 1768, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A..

Michael married Jeanne-Francoise D'aigle [3714] [MRIN: 990] in 1791 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. Jeanne-Francoise was born on 19 May 1769 in St-Servan-Sur-Mer, Ile-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Euphrosine Webb [3722]. Euphrosine married Benjamin O'Neill [3723] [MRIN: 1269].
 

68       ii.  Jean Webb [1786] (born about 1785 - died before 1836). Jean married Marie LeJeune [1787] [MRIN: 989], daughter of Charles "Joseph" LeJeune Jr [1577] and Agathe LeJeune [919], about 1805. Marie was born about 1785 and died after 1836.
 

        iii.  Anne Webb [3713] was born about 1788. Anne married Jean Joseph Coste [3715] [MRIN: 1265] about 1819. Jean was born from 1780 to 1790 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada and died before 1829 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

         iv.  Marguerite Webb [3718] was born in 1791 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada and died in Aug 1861 aged 70. Marguerite married Mark Crispo [3719] [MRIN: 1267] about 1818. Mark was born about 1798 and died on 29 Apr 1907 aged about 109.
 

          v.  Michael Hubert Webb [3716] was born in 1794 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada and died on 13 Jan 1865 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada aged 71. Michael married Anastasie Petitpas [3748] [MRIN: 1277] on 12 Jan 1820 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. Anastasie was born in 1801 and died on 18 Mar 1888 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada aged 87.
 

         vi.  Reine Webb [3720] was born in 1795 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada and died on 24 Jun 1879 aged 84. Reine married James O'Neill [3721] [MRIN: 1268].
 


 

137. Jeanne-Francoise D'aigle [3714], daughter of Gregorie D'aigle [3725] and Marguerite Josephe Henry [3726], was born on 19 May 1769 in St-Servan-Sur-Mer, Ile-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France.
 

Jeanne-Francoise married Michael Theodore Webb [3712] [MRIN: 990] in 1791 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. Michael was born in 1766 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A., was christened on 1 Jul 1768 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A., and died before 1871 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

138. Charles "Joseph" LeJeune Jr [1577], son of Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] and Martine Le Roy [706], was born in 1763 in Island of Miquelon, was christened on 22 Dec 1766 in Island of Miquelon, and died after 1822.
(Duplicate. See Person 64 on Page 1)

 

139. Agathe LeJeune [919], daughter of Christophe LeJeune [456] and Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457], died after 1795.
(Duplicate. See Person 65 on Page 1)

 

140. Jean Francois Camus [49], son of Jean Camus [269] and Perrine Lahaye [270], was born about 1724 and died on 21 Apr 1785 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France aged about 61.
 

Birth Notes: 1776 Census St. Pierre

Noted events in his life were:

• , Jean Francois Camus On Jan 11, 1768, Jean Francois and his family arrives LaRochelle, France aboard the sailing vessel" La Roi David".

• Relocation: On april 28, 1769, Jean Francois without his family returns to Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.

• Relocation: In 1770, Jean Francois is joined by his family at Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.

• 1776 Census, St. Pierre: Jean Francois is 52 years old and living at, St. Pierre & Miquelon, France.

• , Jean Francois Camus On Oct 28, 1778, Jean Francois and his family arrive St. Servan, France aboard the sailing vessel "La Genevieve",.

• He immigrated Circa. 1782, Jean Francois and his family relocate to St. Pierre and Miquelon.

Jean married Jeanne Clermont [50] [MRIN: 20] on 30 Aug 1756 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Jeanne was born in 1737, was christened on 4 Mar 1737 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada, and died after 1790.

Marriage Notes:


Fortress of Louisbourg
Parish Marriage Record - 1756

NAMES: Camu, Jean François Clermont, Jeannne I. B. F.c. Deslaurier Piquet, Olivier Treguy Le Moinne [ Lemoine ], Jannete LaGrée, Patrice Fre
DATE: 1756, 30 August
REFERENCE: G1, Vol. 409, Registry 2, f. 5


 

Children from this marriage were:

 

70        i.  Jean-Rene Charles Camus [35] (born on 8 Jul 1765 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France - died after 1799). Jean-Rene married Marie L' Official [36] [MRIN: 14], daughter of Henri L' Official [37] and Elizabeth Chego/Chegeu/Shegone [38], on 23 Sep 1792 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Marie was born in 1774 and died after 1799.
 

         ii.  Jean Baptist Camus [407] was born about 1767.
 


 

141. Jeanne Clermont [50], daughter of Francois Clermont dit La Rose [51] and Jeanne Baudry [52], was born in 1737, was christened on 4 Mar 1737 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada, and died after 1790.
 

General Notes:

Fortress of Louisbourg
Parish Baptism Record - 1737

NAMES:Clermont, Jeanne Clermont, François Baudri, Jeanne de Moniel, Michel Thesson, Barbe le Goff, Etienne Fre
DATE: 1737, 04 March
REFERENCE: G1, Vol. 406, Registry 4, f. 64v

 

Jeanne married Jean Francois Camus [49] [MRIN: 20] on 30 Aug 1756 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Jean was born about 1724 and died on 21 Apr 1785 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France aged about 61.

Jeanne next married Pierre Treguy [3407] [MRIN: 1145].


 

142. Henri L' Official [37], son of Raymond L' Official [43] and Marie Louise Grenier [44], was born about 1745.
 

General Notes:

According to legend, the first Roman Catholic settlers at Sandy Point were from Quebec. The following is from Michael Brosman's "Pioneer History of St. George's Diocese" (Toronto: ON: Mission Press, 1948) 1-2;

"About the first part of the middle of the last century (i.e., the eighteenth century) one Henri L'Official, a Frenchman, arrived in Quebec. After a short sojourn in that province he became acquainted with a young French-Canadian, whose Christian name was Nannette, this young lady he subsequently married and shortly after, for some reason or other which I cannot understand, sailed down the St. Lawrence in a small craft of his own, taking with him his wife. Making for the straits of Belle Isle he met with adverse weather some miles north of Bay St. George. At this point he managed to spent the winter somehow and the summer following made his way to Sandy Point, the chief settlement in this same bay. He settled here among the few Jersey Families that were already in possession of the place. Of his union with Nannette there was issue two daughters and one son. The career of the latter is lost it is known one married in Cape Breton, the other formed an alliance with a Frenchman born on the passage from France, this man's name was Benoit. From this union sprang a long lineage. The name Benoit is common in all parts of Bay St. George."


Paroisse de Notre Dame
De Québec
16 rue buade, Québec, G1R 4A1

The following was extracted from the register of baptisms, marriages and burials of parish of Notre Dame de Quebec, for the year seventeen hundred and ninety-nine.

On September 23rd, 1799, we the undersigned vicar general and priest of Québec, have dispensed of all publication, Jean René Camus, native fisherman of St. Pierre, Newfoundland, son of the late Jean Camus and Jeanne Clermont on the one part and Marie L'Official, native of Bay St. George, island of Newfoundland, daughter of Henry L'Official and Elizabeth Shegone on the other part.

Jean René Camus and Marie L'Official having already taken each other as husband and wife, on September 23rd, 1792, in the presence of four witnesses at the said place of Bay St. George, where there was no priest to bless their union, we have received again their mutual consent and have given them the nuptial blessing according to our holy mother, the catholic church. The said Jean René Camus and L'Official having presented the children coming out of their co-habitation was husband and wife, namely Jean, born September 3rd, 1793, Jeanne, born January 13th, 1796 and Elizabeth, born May 3rd, 1798. They are recognised as their legitimate children and we have declared them as such, that we have done by the present act, all in the presence of François Benoît, brother-in-law George and Anne L'Official, brother and sister of the wife, who along with the said wife were unable to sign this request.

Jean René Camus
J.O. plessis vic Gen

For the above entries, we vicar of the Notre Dame de Québec, undersigned, certifies to the true copy of the original acts, that are preserved in our parish archives.

Given at Québec, the 15th day of August 1991.

Signed (original signed)

Translated: August 12, 2003

 

Henri married Elizabeth Chego/Chegeu/Shegone [38] [MRIN: 15] about 1770 in Quebec, Canada. Elizabeth was born about 1754. Other names for Elizabeth were Nanette, Elizabeth Chegau, Elizabeth Chego, and Elizabeth Shegone.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Anne L' Official [41] was born about 1770. Anne married Francois Benoit [42] [MRIN: 16], son of Augustin Benoit [3136] and Francoise Therriault [3137], on 20 Jul 1790. Francois was born about 1765.
 

         ii.  George L' Official [39] was born about 1772.
 

71      iii.  Marie L' Official [36] (born in 1774 - died after 1799). Marie married Jean-Rene Charles Camus [35] [MRIN: 14], son of Jean Francois Camus [49] and Jeanne Clermont [50], on 23 Sep 1792 in Sandy Point, Bay St. George, NL, Canada. Jean-Rene was born on 8 Jul 1765 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France and died after 1799.
 

Henri next married Nanette [2359] [MRIN: 840] about 1765.


 

143. Elizabeth Chego/Chegeu/Shegone [38], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, was born about 1754. Other names for Elizabeth were Nanette, Elizabeth Chegau, Elizabeth Chego, and Elizabeth Shegone.
 

Elizabeth married Henri L' Official [37] [MRIN: 15] about 1770 in Quebec, Canada. Henri was born about 1745.
 

194. Issac Hogarth [3855] was born in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

General Notes: Source:
St. Paul's Anglican Parish,
Trinity, Trinity Bay
Parish Records
Marriages

May 16, 1675

Married Isaac Hogarth of xt church parish Hants and Dorothy Blanchard Daughter in Law to James and Mary Morely North side Trinity.
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Issac married Dorothy Blanchard [3856] [MRIN: 1019] on 16 May 1775 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

97        i.  Mary Hogarth [2988] (Relationship to Father: Biological, Relationship to Mother: Biological) (born in 1774 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Mary married Henry Stone [2987] [MRIN: 1018] on 1 Oct 1794 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Henry was born in 1768 in Pinhoe, Devon, England.
 

127      ii.  Joyce Hogarth [2893] (born in 1778 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). Joyce married Samuel Short [2892] [MRIN: 1006] on 9 Nov 1799 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Samuel was born Est 1775.
 

        iii.  Ann Hogarth [2978] was born in 1786 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 23 Oct 1792 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  James Hogarth [2963] was born Est 1790. Another name for James was Isaac Hogarth.
 

          v.  Elizabeth Hogarth [3941] was born in 1785 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 9 Sep 1787 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         vi.  John Snook Hogarth [3942] was born in 1785 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was christened on 9 Sep 1787 in Trinity Anglian Parish, Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 


 

195. Dorothy Blanchard [3856] .
 

Dorothy married Issac Hogarth [3855] [MRIN: 1019] on 16 May 1775 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Issac was born in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

224. John Bailey [2903], son of John Bailey [3005] and Elizabeth Durrell [3011], was born in 1693 in Poole, Dorset, England, died on 25 Apr 1758 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 65, and was buried in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

John married Elizabeth [2904] [MRIN: 1005] Est 1727. Elizabeth was born in 1708 and died on 10 Jun 1770 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 62.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  John Bailey [2901] was born about 1728.
 

112      ii.  David Bailey Sr. [2819] (born about 1729 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada - died on 27 Aug 1798 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). David married Patience Waterman [2818] [MRIN: 994], daughter of Richard Waterman [3024] and Mary [3026], on 8 Jun 1759 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Patience was born about 1738 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was buried on 2 Sep 1798 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

        iii.  Richard Bailey [2884] was born Est 1731, died on 27 Apr 1763 aged about 32, and was buried in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         iv.  Eleanor Bailey [2885] was born Est 1735 and was buried on 2 Nov 1766 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

          v.  Jane Bailey [2886] was born Est 1737.
 


 

225. Elizabeth [2904] was born in 1708 and died on 10 Jun 1770 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 62.
 

Elizabeth married John Bailey [2903] [MRIN: 1005] Est 1727. John was born in 1693 in Poole, Dorset, England, died on 25 Apr 1758 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 65, and was buried in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

226. Richard Waterman [3024] was born Est 1705 and died in 1775 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 70.
 

Richard married Mary [3026] [MRIN: 1024].

The child from this marriage was:

 

113       i.  Patience Waterman [2818] (born about 1738 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada - buried on 2 Sep 1798 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Patience married David Bailey Sr. [2819] [MRIN: 994], son of John Bailey [2903] and Elizabeth [2904], on 8 Jun 1759 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. David was born about 1729 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, died on 27 Aug 1798 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 69, and was buried on 30 Aug 1798.
 


 

227. Mary [3026] .
 

Mary married Richard Waterman [3024] [MRIN: 1024]. Richard was born Est 1705 and died in 1775 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 70.
 

228. John Bugden [2956], son of Robert Bugden [2877] and Elizabeth Dogood [2876], was born about 1710 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, was christened on 9 Feb 1710 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, and died in 1771 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged about 61.
 

John married someone.

His children were:

 

          i.  Betey Bugden [2871] was born about 1739 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, was christened on 27 Dec 1739 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, and died before 1741 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

         ii.  Bettey Bugden [2870] was born about 1741 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and was christened on 29 Nov 1741 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

        iii.  John Bugden Jr. [2853] was born about 1742 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and died in Jun 1771 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 29. The cause of his death was Murdered/Drowned.
 

         iv.  Dinah Bugden [2869] was born about 1745 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and was christened on 16 Sep 1745 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

114       v.  William Bugden [2809] (born about 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England - died on 12 Oct 1808 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). William married Mary Verge [2811] [MRIN: 999], daughter of John Verge [2852] and Honora [2851], on 17 Oct 1777 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Mary was born on 4 Aug 1757 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 2 Apr 1758 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died after 1828. Another name for Mary was Mary Virge.
 

         vi.  Benjamin Bugden [2868] was born about 1753 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and was christened on 2 Jan 1754 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

        vii.  Salle Bugden [2867] was born in Oct 1755 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and was christened on 15 Oct 1755 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

       viii.  Thomas Bugden [2985] was born in Dec 1757 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, was christened on 21 Dec 1757 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, and died in 1828 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged 71.
 


 

230. John Verge [2852], son of John Verge [2859] and Susannah Morris Or Moores [2860], was christened on 6 Aug 1709 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, died on 17 Nov 1760 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 51, and was buried in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

John married Honora [2851] [MRIN: 998]. Honora was born about 1726 and was buried on 5 Jun 1787 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Honora Verge [2847] was born about 1745.
 

         ii.  John Verge [2856] was born about 1749 and was buried on 17 Apr 1827 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

        iii.  Susanna Verge [2855] was born about 1752.
 

124      iv.  Thomas Verge [2857] (born about 1753 - died on 16 Aug 1815 in Ireland's Eye, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). Thomas married Patience Hookey [2858] [MRIN: 1001], daughter of Stephen Hookey [2894] and Sarah Ivamy [2895], on 25 Oct 1799 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Patience was born about 1784. Another name for Patience was Grace Hookey.
 

115       v.  Mary Verge [2811] (born on 4 Aug 1757 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada - died after 1828). Mary married William Bugden [2809] [MRIN: 999], son of John Bugden [2956] and Unknown, on 17 Oct 1777 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. William was born about 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, was christened on 29 Dec 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, died on 12 Oct 1808 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 58, and was buried on 16 Oct 1808 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

         vi.  Sarah Verge [2846] was christened on 7 May 1761 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada and was buried on 21 Mar 1828.
 

        vii.  Annie Verge [2829] was christened on 7 May 1761 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 


 

231. Honora [2851] was born about 1726 and was buried on 5 Jun 1787 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

Honora married John Verge [2852] [MRIN: 998]. John was christened on 6 Aug 1709 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, died on 17 Nov 1760 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 51, and was buried in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

234. Joseph Hiscock Jr. [2832], son of John Hiscock [2812] and Martha Peake [2813], was born about 1724 and died on 20 Sep 1790 in Fox Island (Now Champney's West), Newfoundland, Canada aged about 66. The cause of his death was Fell off a cliff on Fox Island.
 

Joseph married Sarah Collier [2880] [MRIN: 1003]. Sarah was born about 1724 and was buried on 11 Jun 1776 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Cecilia Hiscock [2889] was born about 1754.
 

         ii.  Josiah Hiscock [2888] was born in 1755 and died on 5 Jan 1824 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 69. Another name for Josiah was Joseph Hiscock.
 

        iii.  William Hiscock [2881] was christened on 3 Aug 1758 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         iv.  Daniel James Hiscock [2891] was born in Feb 1761.
 

117       v.  Martha Hiscock [2910] (born on 25 Feb 1761, christened Trinity Bay, NL, Canada - buried on 25 Jun 1815 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). Martha married someone.
 

         vi.  Thomas Hiscock [3000] was christened on 5 Apr 1763 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

        vii.  Mary Hiscock [2992] was born about 1765.
 

       viii.  Sara Anne Hiscock [2911] was christened on 3 Oct 1768 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Another name for Sara was Sarahannah Hiscock.
 

         ix.  Edward Collier Hiscock [2912] was born about 1770, was christened on 3 Sep 1771 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and was buried on 19 Aug 1836 in Catalina, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

          x.  Richard Hiscock [2896] was born in 1774.
 

         xi.  Henry Hiscock [2913] was christened on 20 Oct 1776 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 


 

235. Sarah Collier [2880] was born about 1724 and was buried on 11 Jun 1776 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

Sarah married Joseph Hiscock Jr. [2832] [MRIN: 1003]. Joseph was born about 1724 and died on 20 Sep 1790 in Fox Island (Now Champney's West), Newfoundland, Canada aged about 66. The cause of his death was Fell off a cliff on Fox Island.
 

246. William Bugden [2809], son of John Bugden [2956] and Unknown, was born about 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, was christened on 29 Dec 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, died on 12 Oct 1808 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 58, and was buried on 16 Oct 1808 in St. Paul's Church Index, Trinity, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-M5.
(Duplicate. See Person 114 on Page 1)

 

247. Mary Verge [2811], daughter of John Verge [2852] and Honora [2851], was born on 4 Aug 1757 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada, was christened on 2 Apr 1758 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada, and died after 1828. Another name for Mary was Mary Virge. Ancestral File Number: MXRG-NB.
(Duplicate. See Person 115 on Page 1)

 

248. John Verge [2852], son of John Verge [2859] and Susannah Morris Or Moores [2860], was christened on 6 Aug 1709 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, died on 17 Nov 1760 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged 51, and was buried in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
(Duplicate. See Person 230 on Page 1)

 

249. Honora [2851] was born about 1726 and was buried on 5 Jun 1787 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
(Duplicate. See Person 231 on Page 1)

 

250. Stephen Hookey [2894] was born Est 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

Stephen married Sarah Ivamy [2895] [MRIN: 1007]. Sarah was born about 1750, died on 6 Jan 1834 aged about 84, and was buried in New Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

125       i.  Patience Hookey [2858] (born about 1784). Patience married Thomas Verge [2857] [MRIN: 1001], son of John Verge [2852] and Honora [2851], on 25 Oct 1799 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada. Thomas was born about 1753, died on 16 Aug 1815 in Ireland's Eye, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged about 62, and was buried on 21 Aug 1815 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         ii.  Samuel Hookey [3027] was born in 1787 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened in 1804.
 

        iii.  Catherine Hookey [3002] was born in 1793 in Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada and was christened in 1810.
 


 

251. Sarah Ivamy [2895], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, was born about 1750, died on 6 Jan 1834 aged about 84, and was buried in New Bonaventure, Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada.
 

Sarah married Stephen Hookey [2894] [MRIN: 1007]. Stephen was born Est 1750 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

254. Issac Hogarth [3855] was born in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
(Duplicate. See Person 194 on Page 1)

 

255. Dorothy Blanchard [3856] .
(Duplicate. See Person 195 on Page 1)


 

Ninth Generation (6th Great-Grandparents)



 

256. Germain LeJeune [458], son of Pierre LeJeune II [467] and Marie Thibodeau [461], was born in 1693 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1771.
 

General Notes:

The Baye Des Espagnols (1752)

Germain LeJeune, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 50. Married to
Marie Guedry, native of la Cadie, aged 40 years. In this country for 18 months.

Joseph, aged 22 years
Chrisostime.aged 12 years
Germain, aged 11 years
Paul, aged 5 years
Margueritte, aged 16 years

The dwelling which they have improved given verbally by Messrs. Desherbiers and Prevost.

NOTE..........Since Germain married Marie Guedry about 1732, it is reasonable to assume that Joseph is the son of Marie Anne Trahan (his first wife).

SOURCE: Micro Film 1006146 - 1

1752 Census of Isle Royal, Original publication by S. E. Dawson 1906

Noted events in his life were:

• Marriage:
August 27, 1771 in Petit Bras d'Or, after having accorded dispensation of the three bans marriage, after not having the time nor the opportunity, we have rehabilitated the marriage of Paul LeJeune dit Briard son of Germain LeJeune dit Briard and Marie Guetri, with Helene daughter of Joseph and Jeanne, mikmaks. In the process of renewing their mutual consent of marriage, they receive the bridal blessing according to the form prescribed by our mother the holy Roman church and in the presence his father Germain LeJeune, and his mother Marie Guitry, wife of Germain LeJeune, brother Joseph LeJeune, Jean Baptist Bouche, cousin Joseph LeJeune dit Briard, beautiful sister Louise Galland, and finally of several other witnesses and friends.

Charles Bailly, pretre miss. Vic,[g]

SOURCE: Registers of Charles Francois Bailly


 

Germain married Marie Anne Trahan [459] [MRIN: 155] on 23 May 1712 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marie was born about 1695 and died about 1729 aged about 34.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Marie Josephe LeJeune [479] was born on 16 Jun 1718 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marie married Pierre Serrier (Or Cellier) [695] [MRIN: 245]. Marie next married Abraham Benoit [696] [MRIN: 246], son of Pierre Benoit Le Cadet [698] and Elizabeth Lejuge [697], on 20 Sep 1751 in Acadia, Ile St. Jean (Port LaJoye), Canada.
 

         ii.  Anne LeJeune [480] was born in 1723 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, died on 18 Apr 1759 in Chateauneuf, Ile et Vilaine, France aged 36, and was buried on 18 Apr 1759 in Chateauneuf, Ile et Vilaine, France. Anne married Claude Guedry [702] [MRIN: 250], son of Jean Baptiste Guedry [703] and Madeleine Mius Dentremont [704], about 1746. Claude was born about 1726.
 

        iii.  Amand LeJeune [481] was born about 1727 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died on 4 May 1784 in St. Martin, Dechantenay, France aged about 57. Amand married Anastasie Leveron [510] [MRIN: 165] in 1754 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England. Anastasie was born on 29 Dec 1737 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1785.
 

         iv.  Jean Baptiste LeJeune [1239] was born in 1722 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Jean married Marguerite Clemenceau dit Bourdeaux [699] [MRIN: 821], daughter of Jean Clemenceau dit Bourdeaux [700] and Anne Le Roy [1462], about 1742. Marguerite was born in 1728.
 

128       v.  Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] (born in 1729 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada - died after 1811 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada). Charles married Martine Le Roy [706] [MRIN: 253], daughter of Charles Le Roy [707] and Marie Charlotte Chauvet [708], on 5 Nov 1754 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Martine was born in 1738 and died after 1811 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

Germain next married Marie Guedry [477] [MRIN: 160] about 1730 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marie was born in 1694 and died after 1771.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Marguerite LeJeune [482] was born in 1736 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and was christened in 1744 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Marguerite married Antoine Bertuud [3302] [MRIN: 1118].
 

130      ii.  Christophe LeJeune [456] (born in 1740 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada - died before 1818). Christophe married Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457] [MRIN: 154], daughter of Pierre Hache dit Gallant [1998] and Cecile Lavergne [1999], on 26 Aug 1771 in Registers of Charles Francois Bailly. Marriage status: rehabiliation. Louise was born about 1737 and died before 1818.
 

        iii.  Germain LeJeune [486] was born in 1742 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Germain married Marie Anne dit La Sonde Marres [2221] [MRIN: 782], daughter of Marius La Sonde [2360] and Judith Petitpas [2361], in 1766 in Caraquet, New Brunswick, Canada. Marie was born in 1741.
 

         iv.  Paul LeJeune [487] was born in 1747 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1799. Paul married Helene [2218] [MRIN: 780], daughter of Joseph Mikmac [2219] and Jeanne Migmac [2220], on 27 Aug 1771 in Registers of Charles Francois Bailly. Marriage status: rehabilitation.
 

          v.  Jean Simon LeJeune [1580] was born in Jul 1749 and died in Nov 1749.
 


 

257. Marie Anne Trahan [459], daughter of Alexandre Trahan [668] and Marie Pelerin [681], was born about 1695 and died about 1729 aged about 34.
 

Marie married Germain LeJeune [458] [MRIN: 155] on 23 May 1712 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Germain was born in 1693 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1771.
 

258. Charles Le Roy [707], son of Jean Le Roy dit Laliberte [1200] and Marie Christine Aubois [1201], was born in 1698 in la Cadie, Canada and died before 1767.
 

General Notes: From the 1752 Census for Baye des Espagnols. Isle Royale;

Charles Le Roy, ploughman, native of Paris, aged 52 years.
Marie Charlotte Chauvet, his wife, native of la Cadie, aged 52 years.

Alexandre, aged 22 years
Charles, aged 18 years
Alexis, aged 10 years
Margueritte, aged 24 years
Anne, aged 16 yearns
Martine, aged 14 years
Ossite, aged 7 years

Jean Fournier, his son-in-law, fisherman, native of Québec, aged 33.
Genevieve Le Roy, his wife, native of la Cadie, aged 26 years
Charles LeJeune, his son-in-law, ploughman, native of la Cadie, aged 23 years
Marie Le Roy, his wife, native of the same place, aged 20 years.

They will have been in the Colony two years on July 22. The land given verbally by Messrs. Desherbiers and Prevost.

Noted events in his life were:

• In 1767, Charles Le Roy Marriage of Daughter Josite at St. Pierre & Miquelon, France.

Charles married Marie Charlotte Chauvet [708] [MRIN: 254] about 1720. Marie was born in 1700 in la Cadie, Canada and died on 13 Nov 1758 in La Rochelle, France aged 58.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Pierre Le Roy [1235] was born in 1724 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1752. Pierre married Marie LeJeune [1234] [MRIN: 414], daughter of Paul LeJeune [1157] and Marie Benoit [1224], about 1748 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marie was born in 1728 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1752.
 

         ii.  Genevieve Le Roy [1247] was born in 1726 and died after 1752. Genevieve married Jean Fournier [1248] [MRIN: 418] before 1752. Jean was born in 1719 and died after 1752.
 

        iii.  Marguerite Le Roy [1210] was born in 1728 and died after 1752.
 

         iv.  Alexander Le Roy [1245] was born in 1730 and died after 1752.
 

          v.  Marie Le Roy [1211] was born in 1732 and died after 1752. Marie married Charles LeJeune [1246] [MRIN: 417] before 1752. Charles was born in 1729 in la Cadie, Canada and died after 1752.
 

         vi.  Anne Le Roy [1212] was born in 1736 and died after 1752.
 

129     vii.  Martine Le Roy [706] (born in 1738 - died after 1811 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada). Martine married Charles "Joseph" Sr LeJeune [483] [MRIN: 253], son of Germain LeJeune [458] and Marie Anne Trahan [459], on 5 Nov 1754 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Charles was born in 1729 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1811 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

       viii.  Charles King [1205] was born in 1742 and died after 1818 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Charles married Marie Canada [1216] [MRIN: 411] on 26 Aug 1771 in Petit Bras d'Or, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marie died before 1818.
 

         ix.  Alexis Le Roy [1206] was born in 1742 and died after 1752.
 

          x.  Josite Le Roy [1204] was born in 1745 and died after 1767. Josite married Jacques Cabot [1244] [MRIN: 416] in 1767 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France. Jacques died after 1767.
 


 

259. Marie Charlotte Chauvet [708], daughter of Charles Chauvet dit La Gerne [1202] and Agnes Edmee Joseph [1203], was born in 1700 in la Cadie, Canada and died on 13 Nov 1758 in La Rochelle, France aged 58.
 

Marie married Charles Le Roy [707] [MRIN: 254] about 1720. Charles was born in 1698 in la Cadie, Canada and died before 1767.
 

260. Germain LeJeune [458], son of Pierre LeJeune II [467] and Marie Thibodeau [461], was born in 1693 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1771.
(Duplicate. See Person 256 on Page 1)

 

261. Marie Guedry [477] was born in 1694 and died after 1771.
 

General Notes: 1698 Census Port Royal

Claude GUAIDRY 50; Marguerite PETITPAS (wife) 40; Abraham 20; Claude 16; Jean-Baptiste 14; Charles 12, Alexis 10, Augustin 8, Marie-Josephe 6; Claude 4; Joseph 3; Pierre 1/2, 10 cattle 2 Sheep, 8 hogs, 8 arpents, 1 gun.

1701 Census Port Royal

RIVIERE DES GASPEREAU


Charles GAUTROT, his wife, 5 boys, 2 girls, 8 arpents. 13 cattle, 15 sheep, 13 hogs, 1 gun.

Claude GAUTROT, his wife, 1 boy, 7 girls, 8 arpents, 20 cattle, 30 sheep. 12 hogs, 1 gun.

 

Marie married Germain LeJeune [458] [MRIN: 160] about 1730 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Germain was born in 1693 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1771.
 

262. Pierre Hache dit Gallant [1998] .
 

Pierre married Cecile Lavergne [1999] [MRIN: 706].

The child from this marriage was:

 

131       i.  Louise Marguerite Hache dit Gallant [457] (born about 1737 - died before 1818). Louise married Christophe LeJeune [456] [MRIN: 154], son of Germain LeJeune [458] and Marie Guedry [477], on 26 Aug 1771 in Registers of Charles Francois Bailly. Marriage status: rehabiliation. Christophe was born in 1740 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died before 1818.
 


 

263. Cecile Lavergne [1999], daughter of Unknown and Unknown,.
 

Cecile married Pierre Hache dit Gallant [1998] [MRIN: 706].
 

264. Jean George Boutilier Senr. [1661] was born in 1691 and died in 1752 at sea on board the "Sally" aged 61.
 

Jean married Sarah Grange [1662] [MRIN: 580]. Sarah was born about 1700 and died in 1752 at sea on board the "Sally" aged about 52.

Children from this marriage were:

 

132       i.  Jean George Boutilier Junr. [945] (born on 30 Jun 1729 in Etoben, Montbeliard, France - died on 12 Mar 1784 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada). Jean married Anne Catherine Maillard [946] [MRIN: 336], daughter of George Frederick Maillard [988] and Judith Sugney [989], on 31 Aug 1752 in St. Pauls, Halifax Anglican, NS, Canada. Anne was born on 6 Jun 1733 in Chenebre, Montbeliard, France.
 

         ii.  James (Jacques) Boutilier [1663] was born on 4 Aug 1735 in Etoben, Montbeliard, France, died in May 1827 in Coxheath, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada aged 91, and was buried on 27 May 1827 in Coxheath, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada. James married Susanne Rigoleau [1664] [MRIN: 581], daughter of Vernier Rigoleau [1665] and Jeanne [1666], on 22 Dec 1765 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada. Susanne was born in 1736 and died on 8 Apr 1830 in Coxheath, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, Canada aged 94.
 

        iii.  Catherine Boutilier [2006] was born on 7 Jan 1724 in Etoben, Montbeliard, France.
 


 

265. Sarah Grange [1662] was born about 1700 and died in 1752 at sea on board the "Sally" aged about 52.
 

Sarah married Jean George Boutilier Senr. [1661] [MRIN: 580]. Jean was born in 1691 and died in 1752 at sea on board the "Sally" aged 61.
 

266. George Frederick Maillard [988] .
 

George married Judith Sugney [989] [MRIN: 341].

The child from this marriage was:

 

133       i.  Anne Catherine Maillard [946] (born on 6 Jun 1733 in Chenebre, Montbeliard, France). Anne married Jean George Boutilier Junr. [945] [MRIN: 336], son of Jean George Boutilier Senr. [1661] and Sarah Grange [1662], on 31 Aug 1752 in St. Pauls, Halifax Anglican, NS, Canada. Jean was born on 30 Jun 1729 in Etoben, Montbeliard, France, died on 12 Mar 1784 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada aged 54, and was buried on 14 Mar 1784 in St. John's Anglican, Lunenburg, NS, Canada.
 


 

267. Judith Sugney [989] .
 

Judith married George Frederick Maillard [988] [MRIN: 341].
 

268. (Hans) Michael Hirtle [979] was born on 14 Dec 1701 in Hochdorf, Goppingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, died on 10 May 1777 in Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada aged 75, and was buried on 13 May 1777 in Old Bayview Cemetery, Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada.
 

(Hans) married (Anna) Maria Bart(In) [985] [MRIN: 340] on 21 May 1731 in Germany. (Anna) was born in 1691, died in 1757 in Lunenburg, Lc, NS, Canada aged 66, and was buried on 17 Sep 1757 in Old Bayview Cemetery, Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  (Katherina) Barbara Hirtle [980]
 

         ii.  John Leonard Hirtle [981]
 

        iii.  Johannes Hirtle [982]
 

         iv.  Margaretta Hirtle [984] was born in Aug 1730 in Wurttemberg, Germany and died on 18 Mar 1740 aged 9.
 

134       v.  Johann Jacob Hirtle [922] (born in 1733 in Wurttemberg, Germany - died on 7 Dec 1809 in First South, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada). Johann married Anna Maria (Legarce) Shauffleberger [923] [MRIN: 327], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, on 11 May 1756 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada. Anna was born in 1735 in Montbeliard, France, died on 7 Jul 1777 in Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada aged 42, and was buried on 9 Jul 1777 in Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada. Another name for Anna was Anna Maria (L'Argie) LEGARCE. Johann next married (Susanna) Catherine Selberger [947] [MRIN: 337], daughter of Johannes Seeberger [949] and Sussanna Eliz Morasch [950], on 19 Oct 1777 in Zion Lutheran, Lunenburg, LC, NS, Canada. (Susanna) was born in 1757 in Lunenburg County, NS, Canada and was christened on 24 Jan 1757.
 

         vi.  Elizabeth Hirtle [983] was born from 1735 to 1736 in Germany and died after 1760 in Northfield, LC, NS, Canada.
 

        vii.  Philip Christian Hirtle [986]
 

       viii.  Johanna Hirtle [987]
 


 

269. (Anna) Maria Bart(In) [985] was born in 1691, died in 1757 in Lunenburg, Lc, NS, Canada aged 66, and was buried on 17 Sep 1757 in Old Bayview Cemetery, Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada.
 

(Anna) married (Hans) Michael Hirtle [979] [MRIN: 340] on 21 May 1731 in Germany. (Hans) was born on 14 Dec 1701 in Hochdorf, Goppingen, Wurtemberg, Germany, died on 10 May 1777 in Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada aged 75, and was buried on 13 May 1777 in Old Bayview Cemetery, Mahone Bay, LC, NS, Canada.
 

272. William Webb [3717] .
 

William married Elizabeth Holland [3724] [MRIN: 1266] on 21 Apr 1763 in Manchesterr, Essex County, Massachussetts, United States.

The child from this marriage was:

 

136       i.  Michael Theodore Webb [3712] (born in 1766 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A. - died before 1871 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada). Michael married Jeanne-Francoise D'aigle [3714] [MRIN: 990], daughter of Gregorie D'aigle [3725] and Marguerite Josephe Henry [3726], in 1791 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. Jeanne-Francoise was born on 19 May 1769 in St-Servan-Sur-Mer, Ile-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France.
 


 

273. Elizabeth Holland [3724] .
 

Elizabeth married William Webb [3717] [MRIN: 1266] on 21 Apr 1763 in Manchesterr, Essex County, Massachussetts, United States.
 

274. Gregorie D'aigle [3725], son of Charles D'aigle [3868] and Francoise Doucet [3869], was born in 1743 in Grand Pre, King's County, Acadie, Canada.
 

Gregorie married Marguerite Josephe Henry [3726] [MRIN: 1270] on 7 Sep 1762 in St. Malo, France. Marguerite was born in 1743 in Beaubassin, Nova Scotia, Canada.

The child from this marriage was:

 

137       i.  Jeanne-Francoise D'aigle [3714] (born on 19 May 1769 in St-Servan-Sur-Mer, Ile-et-Vilaine, Bretagne, France). Jeanne-Francoise married Michael Theodore Webb [3712] [MRIN: 990], son of William Webb [3717] and Elizabeth Holland [3724], in 1791 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. Michael was born in 1766 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A., was christened on 1 Jul 1768 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, U.S.A., and died before 1871 in Havre Boucher, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 


 

275. Marguerite Josephe Henry [3726], daughter of John Henry [3870] and Marie Carret [3871], was born in 1743 in Beaubassin, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

Marguerite married Gregorie D'aigle [3725] [MRIN: 1270] on 7 Sep 1762 in St. Malo, France. Gregorie was born in 1743 in Grand Pre, King's County, Acadie, Canada.
 

280. Jean Camus [269] .
 

Jean married Perrine Lahaye [270] [MRIN: 95] in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.

The child from this marriage was:

 

140       i.  Jean Francois Camus [49] (born about 1724 - died on 21 Apr 1785 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France). Jean married Jeanne Clermont [50] [MRIN: 20], daughter of Francois Clermont dit La Rose [51] and Jeanne Baudry [52], on 30 Aug 1756 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Jeanne was born in 1737, was christened on 4 Mar 1737 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada, and died after 1790.
 


 

281. Perrine Lahaye [270] .
 

Perrine married Jean Camus [269] [MRIN: 95] in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada.
 

282. Francois Clermont dit La Rose [51] died before 1752.
 

Noted events in his life were:

• Relocation: 180 People removed from Placentia to Cape Breton Island, 1713.

Francois married Jeanne Baudry [52] [MRIN: 21] about 1719 in Plaisance, NF, Canada. Jeanne was born on 26 Apr 1708 in Plaisance, NF, Canada and died after 1752.

Children from this marriage were:

 

141       i.  Jeanne Clermont [50] (born in 1737, christened Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada - died after 1790). Jeanne married Jean Francois Camus [49] [MRIN: 20], son of Jean Camus [269] and Perrine Lahaye [270], on 30 Aug 1756 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Jean was born about 1724 and died on 21 Apr 1785 in St. Pierre & Miquelon, France aged about 61. Jeanne next married Pierre Treguy [3407] [MRIN: 1145].
 

         ii.  Pierre Clermont dit La Rose [3405] was born about 1725.
 

        iii.  Francois Clermont dit La Rose [3406] was born about 1719.
 


 

283. Jeanne Baudry [52] was born on 26 Apr 1708 in Plaisance, NF, Canada and died after 1752.
 

General Notes:

From the TOUR OF INSPECTION UNDERTAKEN BY LE SIEUR DE LA ROQUE, (1752 Census of Isle Royal).

Jeanne Baudry, widow of François Clermont, native of Plaisance, age 45 years. Her three children are:
Pierre Clermont, aged 27 years
François Clermont, aged 33 years
Jeanne Clermont, aged 15 years
Three hired Fishermen:
Etienne Daguerre, native of Louisbourg, aged 33 years.
Pierre Tuillier, native of Dieppe, aged 27 years
François Durand, native of Dinant, aged 27 years

Bay of Gaburus, the land she is settled is on the creek au Major, a part of the homestead of M. du Chambon.
 

Jeanne married Francois Clermont dit La Rose [51] [MRIN: 21] about 1719 in Plaisance, NF, Canada. Francois died before 1752.
 

284. Raymond L' Official [43], son of Pierre L' Official [47] and Louise Barriere [48], was born in 1704 in France.
 

Raymond married Marie Louise Grenier [44] [MRIN: 17]. Marie was born on 16 Dec 1709 in Point aux Trembles, Que, Canada and died on 23 Nov 1760 aged 50.

The child from this marriage was:

 

142       i.  Henri L' Official [37] (born about 1745). Henri married Elizabeth Chego/Chegeu/Shegone [38] [MRIN: 15], daughter of Unknown and Unknown, about 1770 in Quebec, Canada. Elizabeth was born about 1754. Other names for Elizabeth were Nanette, Elizabeth Chegau, Elizabeth Chego, and Elizabeth Shegone. Henri next married Nanette [2359] [MRIN: 840] about 1765.
 


 

285. Marie Louise Grenier [44], daughter of Jean Grenier [45] and Agnes Lienard [46], was born on 16 Dec 1709 in Point aux Trembles, Que, Canada and died on 23 Nov 1760 aged 50.
 

Marie married Raymond L' Official [43] [MRIN: 17]. Raymond was born in 1704 in France.
 

448. John Bailey [3005], son of George Bailey [3012] and Elizabeth [3013], was born about 1670 in Poole, Dorset, England and was christened on 6 Dec 1670 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

John married Elizabeth Durrell [3011] [MRIN: 1022] on 22 Mar 1693 in Poole, Dorset, England. Elizabeth was born about 1672 in Poole, Dorset, England.

Children from this marriage were:

 

224       i.  John Bailey [2903] (born in 1693 in Poole, Dorset, England - died on 25 Apr 1758 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada). John married Elizabeth [2904] [MRIN: 1005] Est 1727. Elizabeth was born in 1708 and died on 10 Jun 1770 in Salmon Cove (Now Champney's), Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, Canada aged 62.
 

         ii.  Durrell Bailey [3018] was born in 1694 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

        iii.  George Bailey [3019] was christened on 21 Aug 1696 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

         iv.  Eleanor Bailey [3020] was christened on 23 Nov 1697 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

          v.  Aaron Bailey [3021] was born on 13 Nov 1699 in Poole, Dorset, England and was christened on 9 Apr 1700 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 


 

449. Elizabeth Durrell [3011] was born about 1672 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

Elizabeth married John Bailey [3005] [MRIN: 1022] on 22 Mar 1693 in Poole, Dorset, England. John was born about 1670 in Poole, Dorset, England and was christened on 6 Dec 1670 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

456. Robert Bugden [2877] was born Est 1680.
 

Robert married Elizabeth Dogood [2876] [MRIN: 1000] on 14 Jul 1705 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England. Elizabeth was born Est 1680.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Mary Bugden [2875] was christened on 12 Feb 1705 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

228      ii.  John Bugden [2956] (born about 1710 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England - died in 1771 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England). John married someone.
 

        iii.  Robert Bugden [2874] was born about 1712 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

         iv.  James Bugden [2873] was born about 1713 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, was christened on 17 Dec 1713 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England, and died on 12 Mar 1772 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada aged about 59.
 

          v.  Benjamin Bugden [2872] was born about 1719 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 


 

457. Elizabeth Dogood [2876] was born Est 1680.
 

Elizabeth married Robert Bugden [2877] [MRIN: 1000] on 14 Jul 1705 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England. Robert was born Est 1680.
 

460. John Verge [2859], son of Jarman Verge [2897] and Mary [2898], was born about 1680 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and died on 17 Aug 1748 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged about 68.
 

John married Susannah Morris Or Moores [2860] [MRIN: 1002] on 23 Sep 1705 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England. Another name for Susannah was Susannah Mores.

Children from this marriage were:

 

230       i.  John Verge [2852] (christened on 6 Aug 1709 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England - died on 17 Nov 1760 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada). John married Honora [2851] [MRIN: 998]. Honora was born about 1726 and was buried on 5 Jun 1787 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 

         ii.  Bety Verge [2975] was christened on 16 Aug 1712 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and died on 10 Sep 1728 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged 16.
 

        iii.  William Verge [2976] was christened on 16 Jan 1714 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

         iv.  Mary Verge [2977] was christened on 20 Jul 1718 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

          v.  Joseph Verge [2878] was christened on 2 Jan 1722 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

         vi.  Lydia Verge [2994] was christened on 15 Mar 1724 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and died on 1 Oct 1734 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged 10.
 

        vii.  Sarah Verge [3028] was christened on 5 May 1728 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and died on 3 Dec 1747 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged 19.
 


 

461. Susannah Morris Or Moores [2860] . Another name for Susannah was Susannah Mores.
 

Susannah married John Verge [2859] [MRIN: 1002] on 23 Sep 1705 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England. John was born about 1680 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and died on 17 Aug 1748 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged about 68.
 

468. John Hiscock [2812] was born about 1684 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

John married Martha Peake [2813] [MRIN: 992].

The child from this marriage was:

 

234       i.  Joseph Hiscock Jr. [2832] (born about 1724 - died on 20 Sep 1790 in Fox Island (Now Champney's West), Newfoundland, Canada). Joseph married Sarah Collier [2880] [MRIN: 1003]. Sarah was born about 1724 and was buried on 11 Jun 1776 in Trinity Bay, NL, Canada.
 


 

469. Martha Peake [2813] .
 

Martha married John Hiscock [2812] [MRIN: 992]. John was born about 1684 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.

 

Tenth Generation (7th Great-Grandparents)



 

512. Pierre LeJeune II [467], son of Pierre LeJeune I [463] and "GIRL" Doucet [462], was born in 1656 in Acadie, Canada and died after 1714. Another name for Pierre was dit Briard.
 

General Notes:

From the 1708 census for Le Heve

Pierre Briart 55 ans
Marie Thibodeau 46
Pierre, son fils 19
Germain 15
Jean 11
Joseph 3
Jeanne 15
Marguerite 13
Anne 9
Catherine 15

Joseph Boutin 32 ans
Marie Briart 22 ans

Martin Briart 49(?) ans
Marie Godet 23
Bernard 15
Theodor 8
Paul 6
Martin 6
Claire, sa fille 2

Jean Godet 58 ans
Jeanne Briard 62

Rene Labauve 30 ans
Anne Briart 21
Pierre son fils 5
Marie Joseph 2

 

Pierre married Marie Thibodeau [461] [MRIN: 159] before 1678 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marie was born in 1663 and died after 1714.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Marguerite Marie LeJeune [470] was born in 1686 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died before 1752. Marguerite married Jean Joseph Boutin [674] [MRIN: 233]. Jean was born in 1676 and died after 1752.
 

         ii.  Pierre LeJeune III [460] was born in 1689 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1752. Pierre married Jeanne (Anne) Benoit [671] [MRIN: 231], daughter of Martin Benoit Labrierre [672] and Marie Chaussegros [673], on 12 Sep 1721. Jeanne was born in 1692 and died after 1752.
 

        iii.  Jeanne LeJeune [471] was born about 1691 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Jeanne married Jean Le Roy [1219] [MRIN: 412], son of Jean Le Roy dit Laliberte [1200] and Marie Christine Aubois [1201], on 3 Mar 1712. Jean was born in 1691.
 

256      iv.  Germain LeJeune [458] (born in 1693 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada - died after 1771). Germain married Marie Anne Trahan [459] [MRIN: 155], daughter of Alexandre Trahan [668] and Marie Pelerin [681], on 23 May 1712 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marie was born about 1695 and died about 1729 aged about 34. Germain next married Marie Guedry [477] [MRIN: 160] about 1730 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marie was born in 1694 and died after 1771.
 

          v.  Marguerite LeJeune [472] was born about 1694 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marguerite married Alexander Trahan [3266] [MRIN: 1107] on 28 Nov 1714 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

         vi.  Anne LeJeune [1161] was born in 1696 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1704.
 

        vii.  Jean baptiste LeJeune [474] was born in 1697 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, died on 28 May 1759 in Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany, FRANCE (Châteauneuf) aged 62, and was buried on 28 May 1759 in Ille-et-Vilaine, Brittany, FRANCE (Châteauneuf). Jean married Francoise Guedry [682] [MRIN: 237], daughter of Claude Guedry dit Gervois [683] and Marguerite Petitpas [684], about 1725. Francoise was born on 14 Jan 1703 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, was christened on 8 Sep 1705 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, died in Mar 1780 in Loire-Atlantique, Loire Valley, FRANCE (St. Martin of Chantenay) aged 77, and was buried on 10 Mar 1780 in Loire-Atlantique, Loire Valley, FRANCE (St. Martin of Chantenay).
 

       viii.  Catherine Jacqueline LeJeune [475] was born in 1699 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Catherine married Antoine Lebauve [685] [MRIN: 239], son of Louis Noel Lebauve [686] and Jeanne Remboult [687], on 10 Oct 1718. Antoine was born in 1688, died on 26 Apr 1733 aged 45, and was buried on 27 Apr 1733 in Louisbourg, Cape Breton, NS, Canada. Catherine next married Claude Antoine Duplissis [688] [MRIN: 241], son of Claude Duplissis [689] and Marie Derivi [690], on 3 Sep 1736 in Grand Pre, King's County, Acadie, Canada.
 

         ix.  Joseph LeJeune [476] was born on 20 Jul 1704 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, was christened on 28 Oct 1705 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada, and died about 1759 in Lost at Sea aged about 55. Joseph married Cecile Pitre [691] [MRIN: 243], daughter of Jean Pitre [692] and Francois Babin [693], about 1724. Cecile was born in 1707 and died about 1759 in Lost at Sea aged about 52.
 


 

513. Marie Thibodeau [461], daughter of Pierre Thibodeau [666] and Jeanne Therriau [667], was born in 1663 and died after 1714.
 

Marie married Pierre LeJeune II [467] [MRIN: 159] before 1678 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Pierre was born in 1656 in Acadie, Canada and died after 1714. Another name for Pierre was dit Briard.
 

514. Alexandre Trahan [668], son of Guillaume Trahan [669] and Madeleine Brun [670], was born about 1670 in la Cadie, Canada and died on 10 May 1751 in Isle St. Jean, Acadie, Canada aged about 81.
 

Alexandre married Marie Pelerin [681] [MRIN: 236] about 1689 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada. Marie was born about 1669.

Children from this marriage were:

 

257       i.  Marie Anne Trahan [459] (born about 1695 - died about 1729). Marie married Germain LeJeune [458] [MRIN: 155], son of Pierre LeJeune II [467] and Marie Thibodeau [461], on 23 May 1712 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Germain was born in 1693 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada and died after 1771.
 

         ii.  Magdeleine Trahan [2416] was born in 1704. Magdeleine married John Baptiste Massie [2417] [MRIN: 864], son of Antoine Massie [2419] and Jeanne Mouton [2420], on 3 Jul 1726 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. John was born in 1699.
 

        iii.  Unknown Trahan [2421]. Unknown married Jean Hebert [2422] [MRIN: 867].
 


 

515. Marie Pelerin [681], daughter of Jacques Pelerin [3115] and Marie Codbec [3116], was born about 1669.
 

Marie married Alexandre Trahan [668] [MRIN: 236] about 1689 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada. Alexandre was born about 1670 in la Cadie, Canada and died on 10 May 1751 in Isle St. Jean, Acadie, Canada aged about 81.
 

516. Jean Le Roy dit Laliberte [1200], son of Unknown and Unknown, was born in 1651.
 

General Notes: From the 1701 Acadian Census for Port Royal, Acadie;

Jean LEROY 50,
Marie (no last name recorded) his wife 36;
Jean 10,
Francois 7,
Philippe 5,
Charles 3,
Anne 14,
Marie 12;
4 cattle,
1 sheep,
2 hogs.

Also living in Port Royale at this time;

Pierre BRIART (sic LEJEUNE) 45,
Marie TIBAUDEAU (wife) 34;
Pierre 13,
Germain 9,
Jean 6, Marie 16,
Jeanne 12,
Marguerite 8,
Rnne 6,
Jacqueline 1;
1 gun,
9 cattle,
15 sheep,
5 hogs,
8 arpents.
 

Jean married Marie Christine Aubois [1201] [MRIN: 409] about 1686. Marie was born in 1665.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Anne Le Roy [1462] was born in 1687. Anne married Jean Clemenceau dit Bourdeaux [700] [MRIN: 528], son of Martin Clemenceau dit Bourdeaux [2406] and Anne Duranteau [2407], about 1705.
 

         ii.  Marie Le Roy [1463] was born in 1689.
 

        iii.  Jean Le Roy [1219] was born in 1691. Jean married Jeanne LeJeune [471] [MRIN: 412], daughter of Pierre LeJeune II [467] and Marie Thibodeau [461], on 3 Mar 1712. Jeanne was born about 1691 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

         iv.  Francois Le Roy [1460] was born in 1694.
 

          v.  Philippe Le Roy [1461] was born in 1696.
 

258      vi.  Charles Le Roy [707] (born in 1698 in la Cadie, Canada - died before 1767). Charles married Marie Charlotte Chauvet [708] [MRIN: 254], daughter of Charles Chauvet dit La Gerne [1202] and Agnes Edmee Joseph [1203], about 1720. Marie was born in 1700 in la Cadie, Canada and died on 13 Nov 1758 in La Rochelle, France aged 58.
 


 

517. Marie Christine Aubois [1201] was born in 1665.
 

Marie married Jean Le Roy dit Laliberte [1200] [MRIN: 409] about 1686. Jean was born in 1651.
 

518. Charles Chauvet dit La Gerne [1202] .
 

Charles married Agnes Edmee Joseph [1203] [MRIN: 410] about 1680.

The child from this marriage was:

 

259       i.  Marie Charlotte Chauvet [708] (born in 1700 in la Cadie, Canada - died on 13 Nov 1758 in La Rochelle, France). Marie married Charles Le Roy [707] [MRIN: 254], son of Jean Le Roy dit Laliberte [1200] and Marie Christine Aubois [1201], about 1720. Charles was born in 1698 in la Cadie, Canada and died before 1767.
 


 

519. Agnes Edmee Joseph [1203], daughter of Francois Joseph [1464] and Jeanne LeJeune [468].
 

Agnes married Charles Chauvet dit La Gerne [1202] [MRIN: 410] about 1680.
 

548. Charles D'aigle [3868] .
 

Charles married Francoise Doucet [3869] [MRIN: 1328].

The child from this marriage was:

 

274       i.  Gregorie D'aigle [3725] (born in 1743 in Grand Pre, King's County, Acadie, Canada). Gregorie married Marguerite Josephe Henry [3726] [MRIN: 1270], daughter of John Henry [3870] and Marie Carret [3871], on 7 Sep 1762 in St. Malo, France. Marguerite was born in 1743 in Beaubassin, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 


 

549. Francoise Doucet [3869] .
 

Francoise married Charles D'aigle [3868] [MRIN: 1328].
 

550. John Henry [3870] .
 

John married Marie Carret [3871] [MRIN: 1329].

The child from this marriage was:

 

275       i.  Marguerite Josephe Henry [3726] (born in 1743 in Beaubassin, Nova Scotia, Canada). Marguerite married Gregorie D'aigle [3725] [MRIN: 1270], son of Charles D'aigle [3868] and Francoise Doucet [3869], on 7 Sep 1762 in St. Malo, France. Gregorie was born in 1743 in Grand Pre, King's County, Acadie, Canada.
 


 

551. Marie Carret [3871] .
 

Marie married John Henry [3870] [MRIN: 1329].
 

568. Pierre L' Official [47] .
 

General Notes:


From Allan Stride at; http://www.vcn.bc.ca/~fgp/french.htm

L'Official - Camus connection:

1. Pierre L'OFFICIAL m. Louise BARRIERE of Figeac, diocese de Cahors Guinne b. ca
1690
2. Raymond L'OFFICIAL b. ca 1704 France m. Marie Louise GRENIER b. 1709 d. 23
Nov 1760
3. Henri L'OFFICIAL m. ca 1770 (Nanette) (Isabelle Cheyo) (Elizabeth Shegone) see
Note:1 below
4. Georges L'OFFICIAL
4. Anne L'OFFICIAL m. 20 July 1790 François BENOIT
4. Marie L'OFFICIAL m. 23 Sept 1792 Sandy Pt. Rene CAMUS (revalidated Quebec
City Sept 24, 1794)
 

Pierre married Louise Barriere [48] [MRIN: 19] in 1690 in Figeac, Diocese de Cahors Guinne. Louise was born in 1690.

The child from this marriage was:

 

284       i.  Raymond L' Official [43] (born in 1704 in France). Raymond married Marie Louise Grenier [44] [MRIN: 17], daughter of Jean Grenier [45] and Agnes Lienard [46]. Marie was born on 16 Dec 1709 in Point aux Trembles, Que, Canada and died on 23 Nov 1760 aged 50.
 


 

569. Louise Barriere [48] was born in 1690.
 

Louise married Pierre L' Official [47] [MRIN: 19] in 1690 in Figeac, Diocese de Cahors Guinne.
 

570. Jean Grenier [45] . Another name for Jean is Garnier.
 

Jean married Agnes Lienard [46] [MRIN: 18].

The child from this marriage was:

 

285       i.  Marie Louise Grenier [44] (born on 16 Dec 1709 in Point aux Trembles, Que, Canada - died on 23 Nov 1760). Marie married Raymond L' Official [43] [MRIN: 17], son of Pierre L' Official [47] and Louise Barriere [48]. Raymond was born in 1704 in France.
 


 

571. Agnes Lienard [46] .
 

Agnes married Jean Grenier [45] [MRIN: 18]. Another name for Jean is Garnier.
 

896. George Bailey [3012] was born about 1630 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

George married Elizabeth [3013] [MRIN: 1023] about 1656 in Poole, Dorset, England.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Eliabeth Bailey [3014] was christened on 16 Sep 1657 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

         ii.  George Bailey [3015] was born on 22 Jul 1661 in Poole, Dorset, England and was christened in Sep 1661 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

        iii.  Eleanor Bailey [3016] was christened on 25 Jun 1666 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

         iv.  William Bailey [3017] was christened on 30 Jul 1668 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

448       v.  John Bailey [3005] (born about 1670 in Poole, Dorset, England). John married Elizabeth Durrell [3011] [MRIN: 1022] on 22 Mar 1693 in Poole, Dorset, England. Elizabeth was born about 1672 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 


 

897. Elizabeth [3013] .
 

Elizabeth married George Bailey [3012] [MRIN: 1023] about 1656 in Poole, Dorset, England. George was born about 1630 in Poole, Dorset, England.
 

920. Jarman Verge [2897], son of Verge [2982] and Unknown, was born about 1655 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and died on 12 Apr 1722 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged about 67.
 

Jarman married Mary [2898] [MRIN: 1004]. Mary died on 27 Nov 1715 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.

Children from this marriage were:

 

460       i.  John Verge [2859] (born about 1680 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England - died on 17 Aug 1748 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England). John married Susannah Morris Or Moores [2860] [MRIN: 1002] on 23 Sep 1705 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England. Another name for Susannah was Susannah Mores.
 

         ii.  William Verge [2974] was christened on 23 Apr 1683 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

        iii.  Charity Verge [2879] was born Est 1690.
 


 

921. Mary [2898] died on 27 Nov 1715 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

Mary married Jarman Verge [2897] [MRIN: 1004]. Jarman was born about 1655 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England and died on 12 Apr 1722 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged about 67.

 

11th Generation (8th Great-Grandparents)



 

1024. Pierre LeJeune I [463], son of "Unknown" LeJeune dit Briard [3100] and Unknown, was born about 1630 in France. Another name for Pierre was dit Briard.
 

Pierre married "GIRL" Doucet [462] [MRIN: 157] about 1650 in Acadie, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Marie LeJeune [3364] was born in 1646. Marie married Joseph Boutin [3527] [MRIN: 1193]. Joseph was born in 1676.
 

512      ii.  Pierre LeJeune II [467] (born in 1656 in Acadie, Canada - died after 1714). Pierre married Marie Thibodeau [461] [MRIN: 159], daughter of Pierre Thibodeau [666] and Jeanne Therriau [667], before 1678 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Marie was born in 1663 and died after 1714.
 

        iii.  Martin LeJeune [469] was born in 1661 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Another name for Martin was dit Briard. Martin married Marie Jeanne Kagijonias (Mi'kmaq) [586] [MRIN: 221] about 1684. Marie died before 1705. Martin next married Marie Gaudet [617] [MRIN: 222], daughter of Jean Gaudet [625] and Jeanne Henry [626], about 1698. Marie was born in 1682 in la Cadie, Canada.
 

         iv.  Jeanne LeJeune [3363] was born in 1665. Jeanne married Jean Godet [3528] [MRIN: 1194]. Jean was born in 1650.
 


 

1025. "GIRL" Doucet [462], daughter of Germain Doucet dit La Verdure [1408] and Unknown,.
 

General Notes:

Name: "daughter" Doucet

Sex: F

Father: Germain Doucet

b: 1595 in Couperons en Brie (or Conflans en Brye), France

Marriage 1 Pierre dit Briard Lejeune

Married: ABT 1650 in Port Royal, Acadia, CANADA 1

SOURCES:

Title: White, Stephen A. Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Acadiennes. Le Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes. Universite de Moncton:1999.
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: p 526

Explanatory Notes by; Stephen A. White

"The dispensation for the fourth degree of kindred granted upon the marriage of Claude Trahan, grandson to Anne LeBlanc (Rg GP 18 July 1746) can only be explained by supposing that the paternal grandmother of Claude's mother was a sister of one of Anne's great-grandparents.

In examining the list of these great-grandparents (namely Daniel LeBlanc, Franyoise Gaudet, Abraham Dugas, Marguerite Doucet, Michel Boudrot, Michelle Aucoin, Jean Belliveau, and Jeanne Bourg), one observes that the most probable connection would be between Pierre Lejeune's mother and Abraham Dugas's wife Marguerite Doucet.

It is by this means that it has been deduced that the wife of Pierre Lejeune dit Briard Senior was Germain Doucet's daughter.

Note also that the nickname Briard means originally from Brie, whence Germain Doucet supposedly also came, and that both Pierre Lejeune dit Briard Junior and Martin Lejeune had sons named Germain."

"GIRL" married Pierre LeJeune I [463] [MRIN: 157] about 1650 in Acadie, Canada. Pierre was born about 1630 in France. Another name for Pierre was dit Briard.
 

1026. Pierre Thibodeau [666] .
 

Pierre married Jeanne Therriau [667] [MRIN: 228] about 1660.

Children from this marriage were:

 

513       i.  Marie Thibodeau [461] (born in 1663 - died after 1714). Marie married Pierre LeJeune II [467] [MRIN: 159], son of Pierre LeJeune I [463] and "GIRL" Doucet [462], before 1678 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Pierre was born in 1656 in Acadie, Canada and died after 1714. Another name for Pierre was dit Briard.
 

         ii.  Jean Thibodeau [2427]. Jean married Marguerite Hebert [2428] [MRIN: 871] on 7 Feb 1703 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 


 

1027. Jeanne Therriau [667] .
 

Jeanne married Pierre Thibodeau [666] [MRIN: 228] about 1660.
 

1028. Guillaume Trahan [669], son of Nicolas Trahan [2346] and Renee Desloges [2347], was born about 1611 in St. Germain De Bourgeuil, Indre Et Loire, France and died from 1665 to 1682 in la Cadie, Canada aged about 54.
 

Guillaume married Madeleine Brun [670] [MRIN: 230] about 1666. Madeleine was born on 25 Jan 1645 in La Chaussee, Loudun, Vienne, France and died after 1686 in la Cadie, Canada.

Children from this marriage were:

 

          i.  Jeanne Trahan [3113] was born about 1631 in St. Germain de Bourgueil, France. Jeanne married Jacob (Jacques) Bourgeois [3114] [MRIN: 1056] in 1643 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada. Jacob was born on 8 Jan 1621 in St. Germain de Bourgueil, France and died about 1701 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada aged about 80.
 

         ii.  Guillaume Trahan [2348] was born about 1667 in la Cadie, Canada and died in Sep 1755 in Pisiguit, la Cadie, Canada aged about 88. Guillaume married Jacqueline Benoit [3387] [MRIN: 1141], daughter of Martin Benoit Labrierre [672] and Marie Chaussegros [673]. Jacqueline was born about 1671.
 

        iii.  Jean Charles Trahan [2356] was born in 1668 in la Cadie, Canada and died in 1727 in la Cadie, Canada aged 59. Jean married Marie Marguerite Boudreaux [2357] [MRIN: 837] about 1692 in Grand Pre, King's County, Acadie, Canada.
 

514      iv.  Alexandre Trahan [668] (born about 1670 in la Cadie, Canada - died on 10 May 1751 in Isle St. Jean, Acadie, Canada). Alexandre married Marie Pelerin [681] [MRIN: 236], daughter of Jacques Pelerin [3115] and Marie Codbec [3116], about 1689 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada. Marie was born about 1669.
 

          v.  Marie Anne Trahan [2350] was born about 1672 in la Cadie, Canada. Marie married Jean Dorion [2351] [MRIN: 834] about 1693 in la Cadie, Canada.
 

         vi.  Marie Jeanne Trahan [2352] was born about 1674 in la Cadie, Canada. Marie married Pierre Vincent [2353] [MRIN: 835] about 1693 in la Cadie, Canada.
 

        vii.  Anne Madeleine Trahan [2354] was born about 1677 in la Cadie, Canada and died on 8 Dec 1742 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada aged about 65. Anne married Jacques Leger [2355] [MRIN: 868]. Jacques died after 1742.
 


 

1029. Madeleine Brun [670] was born on 25 Jan 1645 in La Chaussee, Loudun, Vienne, France and died after 1686 in la Cadie, Canada.
 

Madeleine married Guillaume Trahan [669] [MRIN: 230] about 1666. Guillaume was born about 1611 in St. Germain De Bourgeuil, Indre Et Loire, France and died from 1665 to 1682 in la Cadie, Canada aged about 54.
 

1030. Jacques Pelerin [3115] .
 

Jacques married Marie Codbec [3116] [MRIN: 1057] in 1689 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.

The child from this marriage was:

 

515       i.  Marie Pelerin [681] (born about 1669). Marie married Alexandre Trahan [668] [MRIN: 236], son of Guillaume Trahan [669] and Madeleine Brun [670], about 1689 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada. Alexandre was born about 1670 in la Cadie, Canada and died on 10 May 1751 in Isle St. Jean, Acadie, Canada aged about 81.
 


 

1031. Marie Codbec [3116] .
 

Marie married Jacques Pelerin [3115] [MRIN: 1057] in 1689 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 

1038. Francois Joseph [1464] was born in 1658.
 

General Notes: From 1693 Census:


Francois JOSEPH 35,
Jeanne LEJEUNE 34,

Jean 18, Cecille 13,
Francois 11,
Anne 9;

4 cattle,
6 sheep,
10 pigs,
1 gun

Francois married Jeanne LeJeune [468] [MRIN: 484]. Jeanne was born in 1657 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada.

The child from this marriage was:

 

519       i.  Agnes Edmee Joseph [1203]. Agnes married Charles Chauvet dit La Gerne [1202] [MRIN: 410] about 1680.
 


 

1039. Jeanne LeJeune [468] was born in 1657 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada.
 

Jeanne married Francois Joseph [1464] [MRIN: 484]. Francois was born in 1658.
 

1840. Verge [2982] .
 

Verge married someone.

His children were:

 

920       i.  Jarman Verge [2897] (born about 1655 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England - died on 12 Apr 1722 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England). Jarman married Mary [2898] [MRIN: 1004]. Mary died on 27 Nov 1715 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England.
 

         ii.  Nicholas Verge [2973] was born in 1665 and died about 23 Dec 1735 in Christchurch, Hampshire (Now Dorset), England aged about 70.
 



 

12th Generation (9th Great-Grandparents)



 

2048. "Unknown" LeJeune dit Briard [3100], son of Unknown and Unknown, was born about 1595 in France.
 

"Unknown" married someone before 1622.

His children were:

 

          i.  Edmee LeJeune [3098] was born about 1624 in France and died about 1698 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada aged about 74. Edmee married Francois Gautrot [465] [MRIN: 1051] about 1645 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada. Francois was born about 1613 in France.
 

1024      ii.  Pierre LeJeune I [463] (born about 1630 in France). Pierre married "GIRL" Doucet [462] [MRIN: 157], daughter of Germain Doucet dit La Verdure [1408] and Unknown, about 1650 in Acadie, Canada.
 

        iii.  Catherine LeJeune [466] was born in 1633 in France and died in 1672 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada aged 39. Catherine married Francois Savoie [565] [MRIN: 218] about 1652 in Annapolis Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. Francois was born in 1621.
 


 

2050. Germain Doucet dit La Verdure [1408] was born about 1595 in Couperons en Brie (or Conflans en Brye), France.
 

General Notes:

The following was published in The Advertiser, dated 10 August 1997. The Advertiser is published in Lafayette, Louisiana.


"Germain DOUCET dit Laverdure , native of Couperans-in-Brie, France, arrived in Acadia in 1632 with the Commander Isaac de Razilly and Charles de Menou d'Aulnay. The King of France gave Razilly, a Knight in the Order of Malta, the task of retaking possession of the colony of Acadia from the English following the treaty of St-Germain-en-Laye, which returned Acadia to France. Two ships, the St-Jehan and the L'Esperance-in-Dieu, left from d'Auray in Brittany on the 23rd of July, 1632. Germain Doucet was an officer among the small group of soldiers that accompanied this mission.

Doucet apparently was accompanied by his wife, Marguerite and his son, Pierre, and his daughter, Louise-Marguerite. The family landed first at La Heve, where Germain assisted in the construction of Fort Sainte-Marie-de-Grace.
Within three months of their arrival, Razilly sent d'Aulnay to retake Port Royal, which was still occupied by the English. Doucet, who would always be d'Aulnay's faithful friend, accompanied him on this mission. At Port Royal, those English colonists who wanted to leave the colony and return to England were boarded on the St-Jehan and sent first to La Heve. Germain Doucet then accompanied the St-Jehan to England to return the English colonists. From there, Doucet returned to France, where he met d'Aulnay aboard the Esperance- en-Dieu, and they returned to Acadia with new French colonists.

Later, in 1635, d'Aulnay was ordered to retake possession of Fort Pentagouet at the western limit of Acadia near the present day Castin, Maine, from the British. Once again, Germain Doucet accompanied d'Aulnay, this time with his family. D'Aulnay returned to Port Royal after the fort was retaken and left Doucet in command of a small garrison. The British soon sent a detachment from Plymouth, Mass., to try to retake the fort, but the French under the command of Germain Doucet, successfully repelled the attack.

Razilly was governor of but a part of Acadia. The rest of the colony was governed by Charles de La Tour. La Tour and Razilly coexisted in Acadia on peaceful terms, but in late 1635, Razilly died suddenly, leaving his position as governor of his part of the colony to his brother, Claude de Razilly. Unwilling to leave France, Claude de Razilly delegated his powers to Charles de Menou d'Aulnay. Soon after d'Aulnay succeeded to this post, relations with La Tour deteriorated, in part due to a confusing geographic division of the colony between the two governors by the King of France. By 1636, this quarrel had degenerated to open warfare, and La Tour demanded that d'Aulnay give up the post at Pentagouet, commanded by Doucet. D'Aulnay and Doucet refused to do so, and proceeded to make plans to reinforce the fort. A small party sent from Fort Pentagouet to Port Royal for provisions, which very well may have included the commander, Doucet, was captured by forces loyal to La Tour and held prisoner. But soon after, La Tour is defeated and captured following a naval engagement with the vessel of d'Aulnay.

In 1645, following the death of the commander, Isaac Pessely, Doucet was named commander of the garrison at Port Royal. By 1647, the forces loyal to d'Aulnay had consolidated their power over the colony, and La Tour was forced to take refuge in Quebec. However, in May 1650, d'Aulnay drowned when his canoe overturned in the Riviere du Moulin. D'Aulnay's widow, Jeanne de Mottin, and Germain Doucet executed d'Aulnay's possession.

In 1651, Jeanne de Mottin married her late husband's rival, Charles de La Tour, and through this marriage, La Tour retook power in the colony. Doucet signed as a witness to their marriage, and La Tour left him in command of the garrison at Port Royal.
In July 1654, despite the fact that England and France were at peace, Major Robert Sedgewick of Boston attacked and took La Tour's fort at Pentagouet, and proceeded immediately to lay siege to Port Royal. Doucet and his men resisted the attack for 16 days, however, faced with an opponent superior in numbers and armament, Doucet was finally forced to surrender Port Royal to Sedgewick and the English. Doucet and his wife were taken prisoner and returned to France, never to return to the New World."

Source; http://www.doucetfamily.org/Genealogy/Bio.htm


Explanatory Notes by; Stephen A. White

"The dispensation for the fourth degree of kindred granted upon the marriage of Claude Trahan, grandson to Anne LeBlanc (Rg GP 18 July 1746) can only be explained by supposing that the paternal grandmother of Claude's mother was a sister of one of Anne's great-grandparents.

In examining the list of these great-grandparents (namely Daniel LeBlanc, Franyoise Gaudet, Abraham Dugas, Marguerite Doucet, Michel Boudrot, Michelle Aucoin, Jean Belliveau, and Jeanne Bourg), one observes that the most probable connection would be between Pierre Lejeune's mother and Abraham Dugas's wife Marguerite Doucet.
It is by this means that it has been deduced that the wife of Pierre Lejeune dit Briard Senior was Germain Doucet's daughter.

Note also that the nickname Briard means originally from Brie, whence Germain Doucet supposedly also came, and that both Pierre Lejeune dit Briard Junior and Martin Lejeune had sons named Germain."
 

Germain married someone.

His children were:

 

1025       i.  "GIRL" Doucet [462]. "GIRL" married Pierre LeJeune I [463] [MRIN: 157], son of "Unknown" LeJeune dit Briard [3100] and Unknown, about 1650 in Acadie, Canada. Pierre was born about 1630 in France. Another name for Pierre was dit Briard.
 

         ii.  Pierre Doucet [3104] was born in 1621 in France and died on 2 Jun 1713 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada aged 92. Pierre married Henriette Pelletret [3109] [MRIN: 1054], daughter of Simon Pelletret [3110] and Perrine Bourg [3111].
 

        iii.  Marguerite Louise Doucet [3105] was born in 1625 in France. Marguerite married Abraham Dugas [3107] [MRIN: 1052] in 1647 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada.
 

         iv.  Germain Doucet [3106] was born in 1641 in Port Royal, Acadia, Canada. Germain married Marie Landry [3108] [MRIN: 1053] in 1664 in Pot R.
 


 

2056. Nicolas Trahan [2346], son of Unknown and Unknown, was born in 1570 in Montreuil Bellay, Maine Et Loire, France.
 

Nicolas married Renee Desloges [2347] [MRIN: 831]. Renee was born about 1570 in Montreuil Bellay, Maine Et Loire, France.

The child from this marriage was:

 

1028       i.  Guillaume Trahan [669] (born about 1611 in St. Germain De Bourgeuil, Indre Et Loire, France - died in 1665-1682 in la Cadie, Canada). Guillaume married Madeleine Brun [670] [MRIN: 230] about 1666. Madeleine was born on 25 Jan 1645 in La Chaussee, Loudun, Vienne, France and died after 1686 in la Cadie, Canada.
 


 

2057. Renee Desloges [2347] was born about 1570 in Montreuil Bellay, Maine Et Loire, France.
 

Renee married Nicolas Trahan [2346] [MRIN: 831]. Nicolas was born in 1570 in Montreuil Bellay, Maine Et Loire, France.

 

 



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