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Pierre 16; cattle 6, sheep 1. Neither Jehan nor Perrine listed. Lemeac,6 vols. White gives the marriage date as 'vers '. As for the book it came from, I checked and could not easily put my Finger on it.
It has to be a publication on the marriages of France. I've seen some in my works and files but could not give you exactly which one. I would need to fine-comb through the Therialt 3 binders of materials from which the book was based along with family sheets and what I've compiled in over 25 years.
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In the Census of Acadia, Perrine's maiden name was noted as 'Bau', 'Rau', 'Ruau' or 'Reau', depending on the interpretation of the handwriting.
This census is the only written record of Perrine's family name. So we have been left having to interpret Perrine's real maiden name. While the most probable explanation for the handwritten spelling is that the census-taker misunderstood when he was given her name, we cannot discount the possibility that Perrine's last name is correctly spelled.
So, Perrine's last name is a point of controversy and the researchers are divided into three groups: Since no definitive evidence is available to resolve this ambiguity except the single census ofwe choose to side with the 'Brault' advocates for two reasons: While Lanctot cites as Claude's birth year, in both the census' of andhe was 34 and 49, respectively.
So, using "Abt " as suggested by SA White is probably the way to go. Rimouski, Province of Quebec. SA White does not speculate as to the birth place for Claude because the actual location of Claude's birth is not known.
The only date recorded for Claude's death is his date of burial. Although Linda gives Claude's date deceased as 17 Sep in Port Royal, it is assumed that she intended this to be the date of burial. This location contradicts White's record that Germain died in Port Royal. Acadian Records, Diocese, p.
Therefore, his date deceased is after 17 Oct This date is not agreed upon by other researchers e. Should be 'Elisabeth' according to K. Reader, this was the spelling of the period. White has name as 'Isabelle' while Linda Dube records name as 'Elizabeth'.
Jean, ," Tim Hebert, trans. RIN Correction needed No place of birth given. Eunice, LA, Hebert Publications,pt.
SA White records this child as an unnamed son fils. Gilles may have confused the daughter of Claude with the daughter of Bonaventure, also Anne who was married to Rene Landry. In his record of the children, Gilles identifies Claude born in and does not list Bernard.
This would make his birth year asinstead of Discrepancy with Baton Rouge Diocese records. Authors,p. Was he born in Cobeguit; when did he live there?.
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