[NI0004] Born: June 19 1636 - 1639
[NI0007] Drowned in the Loup River in 1736.
[NI0009] Jean begins the Premiere Branche
[NI0021] Was living in 1598.
Le Fief de Meherenic. Located at the Commons of Tréviéres.
Having recognized Nobility by the judgement of September 9, 1388, Guillaume abandoned the Bouchard and chose the name Meherenc.
[NI0026] Raoul was of Royal Nobility of France. He lived in the beginning of 100 year war (1337-1453) during which Heroine Jeanne D'Arc saved France by crowning King Charles VII at Reims in 1459. Gave inheritance to his son Guillaume Bouchard.
[NI0026] There is approximately 7 generations between Raoul and Guillaume.
[NI0028] Sieur de LANBEL encore vivant en 1598 et 1624.
[NI0036] Michel begins the Troisieme Branche
[NI0039] Jean-Baptiste begins the Deuxieme Branche
[NI0041] Pierre begins the Quatrieme Branche
[NI0042] Prisque begins the Cinquieme Branche
[NI0068] Cecile is Thecle Sirois sister.
[NI0101] 85 years and 3 months old
[NI0105] He was 38 yrs old.
[NI0114] 74 years and 11 months old
[NI0118] Adelaide was a widow for 2 years, after Firmin passed away. Then she married Joseph Castonguay of Ste-Andre de Kamouraska.
[NI0272] Boster is the last name
[NI0535] From her first marriage, Carole had two older children; Cynthia and Kenneth.
[NI0552] Cynthia Marie is from Carole Anna Lynn first marriage; which was not Gerard. However, Gerard and Carole have adopted in their family.
Cynthia Marie is from Carole Anna Lynn first marriage; which was not Gerard. However, Gerard and Carole have adopted in their family.
Kenneths original last name is Colby.
Joseph's first wife was Claire Laplante, d/o Pierre and Clara Laplante
Joseph's second wife was Adelaide Lebel Dumont, d/o Israel Lebel
[NI0733] Has adopted parents Euclide and Lorette Ouellette.
[NI0743] Is an adopted parent to Robert Philip Ouellette.
[NI0744] Is an adopted parent to Robert Philip Ouellette.
[NI0985] Died of Diptheria at 5 yrs old
[NI1532] marriage discrepency with Napolean book. pg 29, 12/1/1836
Conflict with the attachment to parents.
Dumont Handout, pg3, #74 has Jean-Baptiste Dumont and Marie Valcourt-Morin.
Napoleon Dumont book, pg39, #140.
[NI2351] Pretre - L'Auteur de Cet Ouvrage
[NI3487] Unknown which child number she is.
[NI3975] Widow of Hector Pare, son of Joseph Pare and Marie-Anne Martin; Sept 3, 1912
[NI4060] Widow of Fernand Leblanc, son of Ludger Leblanc and Leocadie Levesque; Apr 14, 1921
[NI4128] Died from Spanish Flu at age 20.
[NI4138] Theodore: sous-diacre le 11-12-1966 à St-Norbert, Manitoba
[NI4139] Frere Oblat de M. I. et M.-Paule. Soeur de l'Enfant-Jesus.
[NI4973] Cure à St-Honore de 1883 à 1887.
[NI5221] pretre des Missions Etrangeres le ler juillet 1951
[NI5451] They had 8 children.
[NI5465] Widow of Noel Pelletier.
[NI5466] They had a least 3 children.
[NI5872] They had 18 children in all. 4 persons who died are missing from the children list.
[NI6396] Arrived in Acadia 1671
[NI6397] Bernard is the 3rd child of 9.
[NI6399] Simon Joseph is the 3rd child of 10.
[NI6405] Joseph Simon is the 10th child of 11.
[NI6501] Urseline has a sister Vivian
I was always interested in anything that existed and why it existed.
I grew up on a farm. we were poor but happy. We managed OK with what we had. It seems that as I grew up I found myself attached to some handle. Be it
the butter churn, hoe, cream separator, hay fork, shovel, potato fork, axe, horse drawn hoe, manure fork, etc, etc, etc. the many usual farm chores. I was the oldest of nine siblings, I helped my parents bring up the nine little devils. With the help of my parents, I must have done a good job. look at how well they all turned out.