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Vermillion village in Lafayette now on Liftetime xmas movie
The surviving early building were brought together to form an Acadian/Cajun museum.
The house by the lake was the home of a Broussard born a prisioner in the maritimes and married in Louisiana.
The Christmas Contract (2018)
3:00 PM ON LIFE 26 • TV-PG • CCA newly single woman dreads the thought of going back to her hometown for Christmas when she discovers her ex-boyfriend will be there with his new girlfriend.
Thank You, that was so kind of you to share good information. I appreciate
you taking the time to do it. Always a fine thing to have Kin. And More
On Nov 26, 2019 11:21 AM, "Paulette Boudreault-Gilbert" <
Good Morning to Everyone!
Hi Paul and Denis,
and all my cousins! Worldwide! :)
agree totally with your statement:
Researchers work is never totally finished, down here on this earthly home
we all live together! :)
Paul, re: Superman? :)
By the way.... noticed my keyboard was missing the i on rereading some of
my responses, so had to find the box with all old keyboards! :)
Old isn't bad, better than new one's! :))
Also, look up, http://people.apache.org/~fhanik/kiss.html or
fingers crossed, let's all continue to walk forward all together! :))
for the Good of One and All! of our cousins tree! :)
Hello Jennifer, you know who you are and willing to learn more? :)
Here's what have found to share with you and sure hope it helps you!! :)
Will have to check to see if the female superwomen's family trees will show
up within this book too! :)
Du Passe Au Present and Past.
St Paul - St Edouard
both french and english within this book
TESSIER, Henri and Alvina (ST GERMAIN)
par/by Marie-Claire McNeil (TESSIER)
A Canadian branch of the (TESSIER DIT LAVIGNE) family began when Urbain
Tessier left the province of Anjou, France, in 1641 to settle in the new
world along with the small group known today as the founders of Montreal
(1642) . A church was soon built and as the colony grew, marriages were
performed. Urbain Tessier m. Marie Archambault in 1648 and today, their
decendants can be found all over the world.
In 1886, Henri Galilee Tessier , a great grandson of Urbain Tessier, m.
Alvina St Germain.
Their 10 children were baptized in Acton Vale, QC. 9 of them grew up to
travel with their parents by train and caravan to booming Edmonton, from
were they proceeded to Vegreville's immigration centre, arriving in on
June 30, 1908. Next year, on April 10, 1909, Henri Tessier and his eldest
son, Victor, became homesteaders just east of St Paul.
In 1914, Henri participated in the founding of St Paul Agricultural
Society. Alvina served as the President of Les Dames de Ste Annes. When
each of Henri's offsprings celebrated their marriage, more "1/4 s" were
acquired and developed:
Victor m Ermina Laflamme;
(the above is page 837)
onward to page 838....
Joseph m Alice Ouelette;
Alfred m Marguerite Therrien;
Urbain m Aline Drouin;
Donalda m Joe Poulin;
Eva m Napoleon Bergeron;
Mathilda m Alphonsine Fontaine;
Anette m Bill Tetreau;
Therese m Allam Wilkie.
Victor, Joseph, Alfred and Mathilda spent most of their lives in St Paul.
Eva moved to Lafond, Donalda to Donalda, Therese to Edmonton, and Urbain
and Annette to Detroit, USA.
Today, we are proud to the descendants of Henri Tessier's family which
settled and started new roots in ST Paul. They left us cultural
treasure-trove of traditions and sort of ancestral memory that still
influences our lives wherever we may be today.
The End of what is within those two pages..... :)
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Cousine Paulette found this and her families that moved across Canada are in it.
Like any undocumented data you can use as a guideline or hint
Anything you take from this MUST BE VERIFIED, VERIFIED, VERIFIED
I asked a Canadian Born Boudreau researcher so my personal "ideas" are ballanced
From Cousin Dennis
You asked me to comment on the enclosed database at BANQ. I was aware of it. As a source, naturally, one would have to VERIFY EVERYTHING therein against the original records. And as with other Boudreau compilations (except Stephen White's), it seems to be ONLY for the descendants of Claude Boudrot (his father Michel had other sons), and very incomplete at best. I am uncertain that the compiler ever accessed Stephen's Histoire de la Famille de Michel Boudrot (published in 2004) to help compile this work (published in 2009). I have not inspected it for any inaccuracies, though I would bet there are several. .......
I myself have not consulted any of this work......
....... A genealogist's work is never done.
From: Paul L LeBlanc
I thought I would run this by you before I shared with my "Buyer Beware" because no sources and missing children
Descendants Michel Boudreau
Le présent fichier est une publication en ligne reçue en dépôt légal, convertie en format PDF et archivée par Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec. L’information contenue dans le fichier peut donc être périmée et certains liens externes peuvent être inactifs. Version visionnée sur le site Internet d’origine le 25février 2009. Section du dépôt légal
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