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    1. Part 3 Rootsweb maillist closing March 2, 2020 Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA Project
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. Sorry for the repeat many did not get through -----Original Message----- From: Paul L LeBlanc The DNA-Genealogy-History.com Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA Project DNA testing is adding substantially to the body of research available for all Acadian families, and because of the efforts of individual testers, we are now able to trace Acadian lineages, successfully and confidently, back to their earliest roots -- in the 17th and 18th centuries! Our Acadian AmerIndian Ancestry DNA project at Family Tree DNA includes Y chromosome DNA (Y DNA) results for male Acadian ancestors and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) results for female Acadian ancestors. The project welcomes all Acadian descendants, and descendants of allied families who married into Acadian lines, as well as AmerIndian descendants associated with the eastern Canadian First Nations people. All descendants of Acadian and related allied and First Nations family lines are welcome to join our Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project including those who have taken the Family Finder test at Family Tree DNA or transferred their autosomal test resuts to Family Tree DNA from other testing companies. We encourage any male who carries an Acadian surname and descends from an Acadian family, or allied family who married into an Acadian line, to take the Y DNA test, in addition to the Family Finder autosomal DNA test, and all people who descend directly matrilineally (from your mother to her mother to her mother on up the tree) to an Acadian or a First Nations ancestor who married into an Acadian family to have an mtDNA test and join the project. One of the greatest tragedies of the Acadian expulsion that began in 1755 is the irrevocable loss of family. We, as family researchers, have problems in finding legitimate records for that period as in many instances our family records were destroyed. One of the greatest benefits of Y and mtDNA DNA testing with our Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project is that we are able to "see through" the gaps in our family lines tracing back to the time of the Acadian expulsion, and find lost links that connect us back to our earliest ancestors.  By having the Y DNA and mtDNA test results of Acadian descendants in-hand, along with available genealogy information,  we are able to trace our most precious lineages from father to father, mother to mother, all the way back to the first Acadian settlement in Port Royal, Nova Scotia. Through advanced Y DNA testing, we've been able to pinpoint specific genetic markers that differentiate descendants of specific Acadian surname lines from all others. That our genes did not "forget" who we are and where we came from is perhaps one of the most significant research findings of our Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project, and with our Y, mtDNA, and autosomal DNA test results, we are re-connecting and finding our way "home" in the truest sense of the word. Our astounding abilities to reconnect, by way of matching DNA test results, may be the best "just desserts" ever to be served upon those whose grand scheme was to split us asunder and thereby cause us to fail.  Our genetic, cultural, historical, and genealogical "staying power"  is why we have people from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Gaspe, Montreal, Ontario, Quebec and westward, Louisiana, Maine, New York, New Hampshire, Michigan, Maryland, Virginia, Texas, California, France, and everywhere else participating in "our" Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project. The "Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project" is therefore open to all of our "legacy" cousins, who carry our celebrated Acadian and Amerindian project surnames and lines, our "allied families,"  (including Romeros, Oubres, Smiths, and all others) who married into Acadian families and have become a part of the greater Acadian / Cajun family tree, the "collateral cousins," who are related to Acadians and are still trying to figure out how, and those special cousins who, as Cousin Paul has stated so eloquently, "were raised at an Acadian / Cajun hearth" -- by the fireplace or in the kitchen of a loving (and very wise!) Acadian / Cajun mother or grandmother who never used the words "biological," "half," "step," "foster," or "adopted" when she talked about all of her children and grandchildren. You can view the Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project information here: https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/acadian-amerindian/about/background You can see the Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project's Y DNA participants here to determine if your male ancestral line is represented: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/AcadianAmerIndian?iframe=yresults You can see the Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project's mitochondrial participants here to determine if our female ancestral line is represented: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/AcadianAmerIndian?iframe=mtresults For questions about joining the Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project, contact the project administrators: Deadra Doucet Bourke at micmaclagniappe@gmail.com  Marie Rundquist at mrundqui@shentel.net  Roberta Estes at robertajestes@att.net  (Additional information can be found at https://dna-genealogy-history.com/travel-by-ancestry/travel-by-ancestry-to-the-acadian-and-cajun-roots-recovery-and-rescue-with-2-new-google-groups)

    02/25/2020 10:59:15
    1. Fwd: Part 2 Rootsweb maillist closing March 2, 2020 "Our Research Family"
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. Sorry for the repeat many did not get through -----Original Message----- From: Paul L LeBlanc We invite anybody and everybody with an interest in genealogy, family history, and Acadian/Cajun history, culture & traditions to join one or more of our Google Groups. You don’t have to have been raised by an Acadian/Cajun Mother or Grandmother to join our “Research Family”. We firmly believe anybody with any kind of connection to Acadie/Acadia, Louisiana, and/or any early French settlers in North America can benefit from and contribute to our Groups. There are two types of Google Groups: Public, where everybody can see all the posts/items on the site, and Private, which only allows members to see what's on the site. It’s possible to simultaneously join several Public and Private groups and have the capability to send one post to every Group you’ve subscribed to. Regardless of whether the group you join is Public or Private, there are two ways to use it to receive replies to your inquiries.  You can use it like a “Mail list”, where you will immediately receive all posts via individual email or a daily summary containing all posts.  Or you can use it like a message board, where you will only receive copies of replies to your inquiries,.  You can choose your option from the “settings” menu once you’ve joined the group, or ask the Group Administrator to make the setting for you. Within our “Research Family”, we have a number of different Groups that are a mixture of Public and Private. Since it may seem a little overwhelming to determine which Group or Groups you would like to join, here is a quick summary of each one within the "family”. To get more information on these groups, go to their listed website(s). (Where no site is listed, contact the POC for more information.) If the Group is Public, you can submit a request to join through the site; if Private, request to join from the listed Point of Contact (POC). Please note this is only a partial list; more family and Parish groups may be added over the next few weeks. Our Acadian Roots (OAR), https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ouracadianroots . A Public group. For research on all Acadian ancestors back to their arrival in North America. Also very beneficial if you have Cajun or Colonial Louisiana ancestors ancestors (e.g., Creole, Islenos, John Law’s “Germans”, etc.). If your research includes any Acadian ancestors, regardless of where they were born, or ancestors primarily from the "Acadiana Triangle" (i.e., Lake Charles to Alexandria to Grand-Isle), this is probably the Group you should join first. (POC: ouracadianroots@gmail.com ) Our Louisiana Roots (OLR), https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ourlouisianaroots . A Public group. As its name implies, focuses on all Louisiana ancestors. Very beneficial if your starting point is your ancestors who came to or were born in Louisiana. (POC: ourlouisianaroots@gmail.com ) Our Metis Roots (OMR).  A Private group. Research on Western Metis, Coureurs-de-Bois, Amerindian, and other early French settlers. A Special Interest Group (SIG) that focuses on the Eastern metis.  This group covers a wide range of research and discussions of Canadian genealogy.  Because the Metis and their history can be rather complicated, we will go more in depth on this group’s focus in a different post. (POC: ourmetisroots@gmail.com ) Our Acadian Amerindian Ancestry Family Tree DNA Project, https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/acadian-amerindian/about/background , is not a Google Group, but part of our “research family”. The Acadian Amerindian Ancestry Family Tree DNA project website hosts the DNA test results of individuals who are direct-line descendants of the original Acadian (and other European nation) settlers, as well as the Amerindians who married Acadians and other Coureurs-de-Bois. Please see our other post for an in-depth description of this site’s primary focus and projects. (POC: Marie Rundquist, mrundqui@shentel.net ) Our Petitpas Roots, A Private group. This group discusses and shares information regarding the Petitpas surname and its numerous variations worldwide. A SIG that focuses on Claude Petitpas, who married Catherine Bugaret about 1658 in Acadia, and his descendants. Also researches/discusses families allied to his family. (POC: ouracadianroots@gmail.com ) Our Hotard Roots, a Private group. The goal of this group is to discuss and share information regarding the Hotard surname and its variations in any place and at any time, e.g., Autard, Otarte, Otard.  A SIG that focuses on Mathieu Autard (Hotard) of Bonnieux, France, m 1772 Marie Genevieve Bourgeois, St-Jean-Baptiste LA.  There is a Hotard Roots website on Spokt, https://spokt.com/hubs/934319  where you can upload graphics, images, photos, etc. about the Hotards. (POC:  ourhotardroots@gmail.com ) Our DeGruy Roots, a Private group. This group discusses and shares information regarding the DeGruy surname and its numerous variations. Also researches/discusses families allied to the DeGruy family.  A SIG that focuses on immigrant ancestor Antoine Valentin Verloin DeGruy (+1759) (There are many variations to Antoine's name: Antoine, Jean-Baptiste, Valéntin Du Mésnil Fouchard, Verloin de Gruy or Degruys Verloin, Lord Dumenil Fouchard, and Ecuyer de la Folie [Officer of the Troups of the Navy of this Colony].) Antoine married Marie Therese Aufrere, daughter of Antoine Aufrere and Marie Mathurine Guillemet dit LaLande, in 1743 at Fort de Chartres. There is a DeGruy Family Collaboration Site at Spokt where you can upload graphics, images, and/or photos https://spokt.com/hubs/934096 (POC: ourdegruyroots@gmail.com ) Our Evans-Richard Roots, a Private group. This group will focus only on those Evanses who descend from our immigrant ancestor, Richard Evans [+1703] and his son, Samuel Evans [+1770], and their allied families. This Evans family migrated from Maryland to Pennsylvania to Kentucky to Ohio. The New Orleans branch also included Evanses who had lived in Indiana, Ohio and Louisiana. Our Evans-Richard Roots has a site on Spokt, https://spokt.com/hubs/934188  where you can upload graphics, images, and/or photos. (POC:  ourevansrichardroots@gmail.com ) Lousiana Orleans Parish Roots (LAOrleans) A Private group. For any genealogical pursuits involving Orleans Parish and surrounding parishes, as many people came through the port of Orleans and moved to other parishes. If your ancestors lived at any time in Orleans Parish, you may want to join this group. (POC: Marsha, marshabryant100@gmail.com ) Breaux du Monde Family Newsletter. For anybody with Breau/Breaux/Braud ancestors in their family line.  Contact breauxdumonde@gmail.com for a full copy of the newsletter & how to join the association.  As Cousine Gayle Breaux likes to say in her newsletter, "Y'all come pass a good time!” Les Guédry et Petitpas d'Asteur is the family association of the Guédry and Petitpas families that descend from Claude Guédry & Marguerite Petitpas and from Claude Petitpas & Catherine Bugaret.  We have members from throughout the United States and Canada.  We have two websites for our family..  The first website below is our family website with all back issues of our family newsletter "Generations" as well as a lot of other information about the family.  The second website is the beginning our genealogical database on the Guédry family. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~guedrylabinefamily http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~guidryrm/Guedry-Labine In addition, we have a Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/Les-Guédry-dAsteur-Guidry-Labine-Labean-Jeddry-Geddry-Petitpas-387769648496/     It can be accessed when on Facebook by typing guidry-labine in the search box at the top of the page. Everything we have available is free to anyone interested. On 5 October 2020 we will have a Reunion with the Hébert and Breaux families at Rayne, LA - the ballroom of the Rayne Civic Center just off I-10.  It will be from 9 am until 3:30 pm with a couple of presentations, a Cajun musician or two, displays and lots of time for meeting and greeting cousins.  We're having a master Cajun chef prepare a big jambalaya dinner with black-eyed peas and will supply the fixings (desserts, salads, breads, drinks).  All is FREE and everyone with an interest in any of our families is welcome to attend.  Our latest issue of "Generations" has all the details. Martin Guidry 6139 North Shore Drive Baton Rouge, LA  70817 225-571-9726 (cell) guidryrmartin@gmail.com Les Guédry et Petitpas d'Asteur, Inc. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~guedrylabinefamily http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~guidryrm/Guedry-Labine The Grand Réveil Acadien 2020 (GRA2020), October 3-11.  GRA2020 will once again gather Acadians from all corners of the US and the world, as well as strive to educate everybody about our culture. This year will be a gathering of a family so big that Acadians from around the globe, many who speak different languages, work in different fields, and have different traditions but still feel like they belong to the same family, will meet to celebrate the historic ties that connect them all. Young and old will get to meet long-lost family members, hear about how their ancestors lived as well as how their cousins live now, share stories of their families’ successes and heartaches in the places they settled, and watch and hear the music and art that has come from these cultural roots. It will be a mix of entertainment, education, connection, and enrichment. The planned activities highlight how our history has made the Cajuns and Acadians who they are today, and how they have impacted North America.  Other planned events include a massive reunion of all the Louisiana participants at the Université Sainte-Anne French Immersion, a Tintamarre in Lafayette on October 11th and many other community activities in cities and towns throughout southern Louisiana. For further details, go to the GRA2020 Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/GrandReveilAcadien/ , which is updated constantly. They will also soon have an active website at https://www.louisianeacadie.com/  If/when other groups join our research family, we will send out notices of their name, their focus, and their POCs. On behalf of all of our POCs, we hope to hear from you soon! 

    02/25/2020 09:35:10
    1. : Part 1 Rootsweb maillist closing March 2, 2020
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. Sorry for the repeat many did not get through -----Original Message----- From: Paul L LeBlanc Cousins/Fellow Researchers,   On January 7th Rootsweb informed us that “Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state.  Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb ...”   Upon receiving this notice we immediately began searching for another system that could accommodate the mailing list format we use on Rootsweb.  After much research, we determined Google Groups was our best option.  As such, we have created two new public Google groups:  “Our Acadian Roots” and “Our Louisiana Roots”, which between them will consolidate 77 Acadian and Cajun, 10 uniquely Louisiana, many French surname, and 32 Louisiana Parish sites.  Once up and running, we will “connect” these groups with our sister group (the private “Our Metis Roots” group) to form a consolidated Genealogy research/discussion group that focuses not only on Acadian and Louisiana ancestors, but also on "All Early French in North America".  This will enable us to continue to post questions, make comments, etc. etc., on our genealogy after having done what research we could in the Rootsweb list archives (which, from what I can gather, will still be available for the near future.)  In addition, we will soon add other Acadian, Louisiana, and French surname related research groups, which will expand the number of people we can talk to and bounce our ideas off of.   Come visit our groups' new websites and take a look at the new format:   https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ouracadianroots   or   https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ourlouisianaroots   If you would then like join , just click "apply to join group" box located at the top of the page.  If you have any problems, contact me at pleblan@aim.com   I will soon be sending invitations to as many of you as possible, asking if you would like to join the new Google Groups.  Please think about all these changes and decide if you want to continue your research by utilizing our new Groups.  If you want to join, simply click the “Join This Group” link at the bottom of the e-mail, and this will start the process to get you registered in the new Group.   For those of you who want to join but have not received an invitation, please e-mail me directly at pleblan@aim.com and I will add you to one or both of our discussion groups on Google.    One other note  If you would like to create your own "OUR ______ ROOTS" Google Group for your family or Parish/County contact me at pleblan@aim.com .  I may have some ideas to help you get started.  In addition, we may be able to add your new group to our new and expanding research family, more info about which will soon be forthcoming.   Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about this.  Regardless of your final decision, I wish you luck with your ancestor hunting!   Paul L LeBlanc pleblan@aim.com 

    02/25/2020 08:15:20
    1. Part 3 Rootsweb maillist closing March 2, 2020 Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA Project
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. The DNA-Genealogy-History.com Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA Project DNA testing is adding substantially to the body of research available for all Acadian families, and because of the efforts of individual testers, we are now able to trace Acadian lineages, successfully and confidently, back to their earliest roots -- in the 17th and 18th centuries! Our Acadian AmerIndian Ancestry DNA project at Family Tree DNA includes Y chromosome DNA (Y DNA) results for male Acadian ancestors and mitochondrial DNA (mtDNA) results for female Acadian ancestors. The project welcomes all Acadian descendants, and descendants of allied families who married into Acadian lines, as well as AmerIndian descendants associated with the eastern Canadian First Nations people. All descendants of Acadian and related allied and First Nations family lines are welcome to join our Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project including those who have taken the Family Finder test at Family Tree DNA or transferred their autosomal test resuts to Family Tree DNA from other testing companies. We encourage any male who carries an Acadian surname and descends from an Acadian family, or allied family who married into an Acadian line, to take the Y DNA test, in addition to the Family Finder autosomal DNA test, and all people who descend directly matrilineally (from your mother to her mother to her mother on up the tree) to an Acadian or a First Nations ancestor who married into an Acadian family to have an mtDNA test and join the project. One of the greatest tragedies of the Acadian expulsion that began in 1755 is the irrevocable loss of family. We, as family researchers, have problems in finding legitimate records for that period as in many instances our family records were destroyed. One of the greatest benefits of Y and mtDNA DNA testing with our Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project is that we are able to "see through" the gaps in our family lines tracing back to the time of the Acadian expulsion, and find lost links that connect us back to our earliest ancestors.  By having the Y DNA and mtDNA test results of Acadian descendants in-hand, along with available genealogy information,  we are able to trace our most precious lineages from father to father, mother to mother, all the way back to the first Acadian settlement in Port Royal, Nova Scotia. Through advanced Y DNA testing, we've been able to pinpoint specific genetic markers that differentiate descendants of specific Acadian surname lines from all others. That our genes did not "forget" who we are and where we came from is perhaps one of the most significant research findings of our Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project, and with our Y, mtDNA, and autosomal DNA test results, we are re-connecting and finding our way "home" in the truest sense of the word. Our astounding abilities to reconnect, by way of matching DNA test results, may be the best "just desserts" ever to be served upon those whose grand scheme was to split us asunder and thereby cause us to fail.  Our genetic, cultural, historical, and genealogical "staying power"  is why we have people from Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Gaspe, Montreal, Ontario, Quebec and westward, Louisiana, Maine, New York, New Hampshire, Michigan, Maryland, Virginia, Texas, California, France, and everywhere else participating in "our" Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project. The "Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project" is therefore open to all of our "legacy" cousins, who carry our celebrated Acadian and Amerindian project surnames and lines, our "allied families,"  (including Romeros, Oubres, Smiths, and all others) who married into Acadian families and have become a part of the greater Acadian / Cajun family tree, the "collateral cousins," who are related to Acadians and are still trying to figure out how, and those special cousins who, as Cousin Paul has stated so eloquently, "were raised at an Acadian / Cajun hearth" -- by the fireplace or in the kitchen of a loving (and very wise!) Acadian / Cajun mother or grandmother who never used the words "biological," "half," "step," "foster," or "adopted" when she talked about all of her children and grandchildren. You can view the Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project information here: https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/acadian-amerindian/about/background You can see the Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project's Y DNA participants here to determine if your male ancestral line is represented: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/AcadianAmerIndian?iframe=yresults You can see the Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project's mitochondrial participants here to determine if our female ancestral line is represented: https://www.familytreedna.com/public/AcadianAmerIndian?iframe=mtresults For questions about joining the Acadian Amerindian Ancestry DNA project, contact the project administrators: Deadra Doucet Bourke at micmaclagniappe@gmail.com  Marie Rundquist at mrundqui@shentel.net  Roberta Estes at robertajestes@att.net  (Additional information can be found at https://dna-genealogy-history.com/travel-by-ancestry/travel-by-ancestry-to-the-acadian-and-cajun-roots-recovery-and-rescue-with-2-new-google-groups)

    02/22/2020 05:48:39
    1. Part 2 Rootsweb maillist closing March 2, 2020 "Our Research Family"
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. We invite anybody and everybody with an interest in genealogy, family history, and Acadian/Cajun history, culture & traditions to join one or more of our Google Groups. You don’t have to have been raised by an Acadian/Cajun Mother or Grandmother to join our “Research Family”. We firmly believe anybody with any kind of connection to Acadie/Acadia, Louisiana, and/or any early French settlers in North America can benefit from and contribute to our Groups. There are two types of Google Groups: Public, where everybody can see all the posts/items on the site, and Private, which only allows members to see what's on the site. It’s possible to simultaneously join several Public and Private groups and have the capability to send one post to every Group you’ve subscribed to. Regardless of whether the group you join is Public or Private, there are two ways to use it to receive replies to your inquiries.  You can use it like a “Mail list”, where you will immediately receive all posts via individual email or a daily summary containing all posts.  Or you can use it like a message board, where you will only receive copies of replies to your inquiries,.  You can choose your option from the “settings” menu once you’ve joined the group, or ask the Group Administrator to make the setting for you. Within our “Research Family”, we have a number of different Groups that are a mixture of Public and Private. Since it may seem a little overwhelming to determine which Group or Groups you would like to join, here is a quick summary of each one within the "family”. To get more information on these groups, go to their listed website(s). (Where no site is listed, contact the POC for more information.) If the Group is Public, you can submit a request to join through the site; if Private, request to join from the listed Point of Contact (POC). Please note this is only a partial list; more family and Parish groups may be added over the next few weeks. Our Acadian Roots (OAR), https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ouracadianroots . A Public group. For research on all Acadian ancestors back to their arrival in North America. Also very beneficial if you have Cajun or Colonial Louisiana ancestors ancestors (e.g., Creole, Islenos, John Law’s “Germans”, etc.). If your research includes any Acadian ancestors, regardless of where they were born, or ancestors primarily from the "Acadiana Triangle" (i.e., Lake Charles to Alexandria to Grand-Isle), this is probably the Group you should join first. (POC: ouracadianroots@gmail.com ) Our Louisiana Roots (OLR), https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ourlouisianaroots . A Public group. As its name implies, focuses on all Louisiana ancestors. Very beneficial if your starting point is your ancestors who came to or were born in Louisiana. (POC: ourlouisianaroots@gmail.com ) Our Metis Roots (OMR).  A Private group. Research on Western Metis, Coureurs-de-Bois, Amerindian, and other early French settlers. A Special Interest Group (SIG) that focuses on the Eastern metis.  This group covers a wide range of research and discussions of Canadian genealogy.  Because the Metis and their history can be rather complicated, we will go more in depth on this group’s focus in a different post. (POC: ourmetisroots@gmail.com ) Our Acadian Amerindian Ancestry Family Tree DNA Project, https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/acadian-amerindian/about/background , is not a Google Group, but part of our “research family”. The Acadian Amerindian Ancestry Family Tree DNA project website hosts the DNA test results of individuals who are direct-line descendants of the original Acadian (and other European nation) settlers, as well as the Amerindians who married Acadians and other Coureurs-de-Bois. Please see our other post for an in-depth description of this site’s primary focus and projects. (POC: Marie Rundquist, mrundqui@shentel.net ) Our Petitpas Roots, A Private group. This group discusses and shares information regarding the Petitpas surname and its numerous variations worldwide. A SIG that focuses on Claude Petitpas, who married Catherine Bugaret about 1658 in Acadia, and his descendants. Also researches/discusses families allied to his family. (POC: ouracadianroots@gmail.com ) Our Hotard Roots, a Private group. The goal of this group is to discuss and share information regarding the Hotard surname and its variations in any place and at any time, e.g., Autard, Otarte, Otard.  A SIG that focuses on Mathieu Autard (Hotard) of Bonnieux, France, m 1772 Marie Genevieve Bourgeois, St-Jean-Baptiste LA.  There is a Hotard Roots website on Spokt, https://spokt.com/hubs/934319  where you can upload graphics, images, photos, etc. about the Hotards. (POC:  ourhotardroots@gmail.com ) Our DeGruy Roots, a Private group. This group discusses and shares information regarding the DeGruy surname and its numerous variations. Also researches/discusses families allied to the DeGruy family.  A SIG that focuses on immigrant ancestor Antoine Valentin Verloin DeGruy (+1759) (There are many variations to Antoine's name: Antoine, Jean-Baptiste, Valéntin Du Mésnil Fouchard, Verloin de Gruy or Degruys Verloin, Lord Dumenil Fouchard, and Ecuyer de la Folie [Officer of the Troups of the Navy of this Colony].) Antoine married Marie Therese Aufrere, daughter of Antoine Aufrere and Marie Mathurine Guillemet dit LaLande, in 1743 at Fort de Chartres. There is a DeGruy Family Collaboration Site at Spokt where you can upload graphics, images, and/or photos https://spokt.com/hubs/934096 (POC: ourdegruyroots@gmail.com ) Our Evans-Richard Roots, a Private group. This group will focus only on those Evanses who descend from our immigrant ancestor, Richard Evans [+1703] and his son, Samuel Evans [+1770], and their allied families. This Evans family migrated from Maryland to Pennsylvania to Kentucky to Ohio. The New Orleans branch also included Evanses who had lived in Indiana, Ohio and Louisiana. Our Evans-Richard Roots has a site on Spokt, https://spokt.com/hubs/934188  where you can upload graphics, images, and/or photos. (POC:  ourevansrichardroots@gmail.com ) Lousiana Orleans Parish Roots (LAOrleans) A Private group. For any genealogical pursuits involving Orleans Parish and surrounding parishes, as many people came through the port of Orleans and moved to other parishes. If your ancestors lived at any time in Orleans Parish, you may want to join this group. (POC: Marsha, marshabryant100@gmail.com ) Breaux du Monde Family Newsletter. For anybody with Breau/Breaux/Braud ancestors in their family line.  Contact breauxdumonde@gmail.com for a full copy of the newsletter & how to join the association.  As Cousine Gayle Breaux likes to say in her newsletter, "Y'all come pass a good time!” Les Guédry et Petitpas d'Asteur is the family association of the Guédry and Petitpas families that descend from Claude Guédry & Marguerite Petitpas and from Claude Petitpas & Catherine Bugaret.  We have members from throughout the United States and Canada.  We have two websites for our family..  The first website below is our family website with all back issues of our family newsletter "Generations" as well as a lot of other information about the family.  The second website is the beginning our genealogical database on the Guédry family. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~guedrylabinefamily http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~guidryrm/Guedry-Labine In addition, we have a Facebook Page at: https://www.facebook.com/Les-Guédry-dAsteur-Guidry-Labine-Labean-Jeddry-Geddry-Petitpas-387769648496/     It can be accessed when on Facebook by typing guidry-labine in the search box at the top of the page. Everything we have available is free to anyone interested. On 5 October 2020 we will have a Reunion with the Hébert and Breaux families at Rayne, LA - the ballroom of the Rayne Civic Center just off I-10.  It will be from 9 am until 3:30 pm with a couple of presentations, a Cajun musician or two, displays and lots of time for meeting and greeting cousins.  We're having a master Cajun chef prepare a big jambalaya dinner with black-eyed peas and will supply the fixings (desserts, salads, breads, drinks).  All is FREE and everyone with an interest in any of our families is welcome to attend.  Our latest issue of "Generations" has all the details. Martin Guidry 6139 North Shore Drive Baton Rouge, LA  70817 225-571-9726 (cell) guidryrmartin@gmail.com Les Guédry et Petitpas d'Asteur, Inc. http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~guedrylabinefamily http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~guidryrm/Guedry-Labine The Grand Réveil Acadien 2020 (GRA2020), October 3-11.  GRA2020 will once again gather Acadians from all corners of the US and the world, as well as strive to educate everybody about our culture. This year will be a gathering of a family so big that Acadians from around the globe, many who speak different languages, work in different fields, and have different traditions but still feel like they belong to the same family, will meet to celebrate the historic ties that connect them all. Young and old will get to meet long-lost family members, hear about how their ancestors lived as well as how their cousins live now, share stories of their families’ successes and heartaches in the places they settled, and watch and hear the music and art that has come from these cultural roots. It will be a mix of entertainment, education, connection, and enrichment. The planned activities highlight how our history has made the Cajuns and Acadians who they are today, and how they have impacted North America.  Other planned events include a massive reunion of all the Louisiana participants at the Université Sainte-Anne French Immersion, a Tintamarre in Lafayette on October 11th and many other community activities in cities and towns throughout southern Louisiana. For further details, go to the GRA2020 Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/GrandReveilAcadien/ , which is updated constantly. They will also soon have an active website at https://www.louisianeacadie.com/  If/when other groups join our research family, we will send out notices of their name, their focus, and their POCs. On behalf of all of our POCs, we hope to hear from you soon! 

    02/22/2020 05:47:38
    1. Part 1 Rootsweb maillist closing March 2, 2020
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. Cousins/Fellow Researchers,   On January 7th Rootsweb informed us that “Beginning March 2nd, 2020 the Mailing Lists functionality on RootsWeb will be discontinued. Users will no longer be able to send outgoing emails or accept incoming emails. Additionally, administration tools will no longer be available to list administrators and mailing lists will be put into an archival state.  Administrators may save the emails in their list prior to March 2nd. After that, mailing list archives will remain available and searchable on RootsWeb ...”   Upon receiving this notice we immediately began searching for another system that could accommodate the mailing list format we use on Rootsweb.  After much research, we determined Google Groups was our best option.  As such, we have created two new public Google groups:  “Our Acadian Roots” and “Our Louisiana Roots”, which between them will consolidate 77 Acadian and Cajun, 10 uniquely Louisiana, many French surname, and 32 Louisiana Parish sites.  Once up and running, we will “connect” these groups with our sister group (the private “Our Metis Roots” group) to form a consolidated Genealogy research/discussion group that focuses not only on Acadian and Louisiana ancestors, but also on "All Early French in North America".  This will enable us to continue to post questions, make comments, etc. etc., on our genealogy after having done what research we could in the Rootsweb list archives (which, from what I can gather, will still be available for the near future.)  In addition, we will soon add other Acadian, Louisiana, and French surname related research groups, which will expand the number of people we can talk to and bounce our ideas off of.   Come visit our groups' new websites and take a look at the new format:   https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ouracadianroots   or   https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/ourlouisianaroots   If you would then like join , just click "apply to join group" box located at the top of the page.  If you have any problems, contact me at pleblan@aim.com   I will soon be sending invitations to as many of you as possible, asking if you would like to join the new Google Groups.  Please think about all these changes and decide if you want to continue your research by utilizing our new Groups.  If you want to join, simply click the “Join This Group” link at the bottom of the e-mail, and this will start the process to get you registered in the new Group.   For those of you who want to join but have not received an invitation, please e-mail me directly at pleblan@aim.com and I will add you to one or both of our discussion groups on Google.    One other note  If you would like to create your own "OUR ______ ROOTS" Google Group for your family or Parish/County contact me at pleblan@aim.com .  I may have some ideas to help you get started.  In addition, we may be able to add your new group to our new and expanding research family, more info about which will soon be forthcoming.   Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about this.  Regardless of your final decision, I wish you luck with your ancestor hunting!   Paul L LeBlanc pleblan@aim.com 

    02/22/2020 05:46:04
    1. Cote/Desrochers
    2. RootsWeb Gateway Notification
    11/01/2017 03:44:58
    1. Bridge between Cote board & List
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. The Bridge between the Cote board & List broke months awhile ago. They are working on it and all we are now getting is the subject line. If it interest you please go to the board to read the post http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.cote/mb.ashx?view=boards

    09/20/2017 03:04:52
    1. Cote/Desrochers
    2. RootsWeb Gateway Notification
    09/16/2017 12:04:02
    1. Re: Marie-Anne Cote & Louis Pichet
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. The bridge to the companion board is broken Please go to the board to reply Marie-Anne Cote & Louis Pichet http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.cote/1896.1.1/mb.ashx Many thanks Linda!

    10/07/2016 05:38:16
    1. Re: Marie-Anne Cote & Louis Pichet
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. The bridge to the companion board is broken Please go to the board to reply Marie-Anne Cote & Louis Pichet http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.cote/1896.1/mb.ashx correct. Marie Anne Cote d/o Mathieu Cote & Elizabeth Gravel became a religious Ursuline nun entered on May-1-1696 & vows on Nov-13-1698.

    10/07/2016 05:35:20
    1. Marie-Anne Cote & Louis Pichet
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. The bridge to the companion board is broken Please go to the board to reply Marie-Anne Cote & Louis Pichet http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.cote/1896/mb.ashx The Tanguay has Louis Pichet marrying on 10 Nov 1710 to both Marie-Anne Cote (baptized 8 apr 1675) d/o Mathieu Cote & Elisabeth Gravelle and, on a different page, also to Marie-Anne Cote (baptized 16 Dec 1694 & buried 29 Aug 1729) d/o Jean Cote & Marie-Anne Langlois. Because of the age difference of these two women, it would be logical to conclude that the correct Marie-Anne would be the daughter of Jean Cote & Marie-Anne Langlois, as the offspring of this marriage were born from 1713 through 1729. Am I correct in this assumption? If so, does anyone have more information about the older Marie-Anne Cote, d/o Mathieu Cote & Elisabeth Gravelle?

    10/07/2016 05:31:38
    1. Francois Cote m. Mathilda Moffet b. 4/1853, m.1886 Saint-Flavien Quebec
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. The bridge to the companion board is broken Please go to the board to reply Francois Cote m. Mathilda Moffet b. 4/1853, m.1886 Saint-Flavien Quebec http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.cote/1892.2/mb.ashx Francois Cote married Mathilda Moffet at St. Flavien, Lotbiniere Co. on Mar-29-1886. He is s/o Isaie Cote & Elisabeth Cote of 1856. Do not have her parents but she was born Apr of 1853 and died Jul-24-1894 of childbirth to twins & buried St. Agapit, PQ.

    10/07/2016 05:23:50
    1. Alcius Cote & Malvina Bonin
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. The bridge to the companion board is broken Please go to the board to reply Alcius Cote & Malvina Bonin http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.cote/40.46.1/mb.ashx Likewise I'm missing their parents, marriage date & place. I have 3 children of the above couple; namely: Aram Romulus, Gerard, Louis with spouses, marriage dates & places. A note that I have is this couple Onesime Cote married Malvina Marie Bonin at Ste Cecile, Milton, Shefford, PQ on May-17-1870. I have 7 children for them BUT none of their kids names coincide with the 3 names of Alcius family. I believe it is not the same couple. If you find anything, please send it my way. Thanks

    10/07/2016 05:18:49
    1. Eugene Robert Cote & Beverly Garceau
    2. Paul L LeBlanc
    3. The bridge to the companion board is broken Please go to the board to reply Eugene Robert Cote & Beverly Garceau http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.cote/621.633.1/mb.ashx Where & when did they marry with Beverly & who are her parents? Have 7 kids of this family. Judy Cote m. Sterling Deleware; Sandra m. Vernon Thibeault; Richard Cote m. Peggy ??, Robert Ernest "Tiny" m. Barbara ?; Gary Cote m. Gale ??, Wayne Cote m. Harriet ??, Brian Cote m. Debbie ?? Can you fill in the ?? Email me at cotedube@hotmail.com

    10/07/2016 05:12:58
    1. [COTE, COTAY, COTY] Lawrence Sylvester Cote, 69, of St. Petersburg, Fla., The son of the late George A. and Wilmadine "Penny" G. (Doak) Cote,
    2. RootsWeb Gateway Notification
    3. [1]ancestry This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: Irishlovey_1 Surnames: Cote ,Doak. Classification: obituary Message Board: [2]Click here Message Board Post: Lawrence Sylvester Cote . Lawrence Sylvester Cote, 69, of St. Petersburg, Fla., died on July 24, 2016, entrusting himself to Jesus Christ, in whose presence he longed to live and be healed following a year-long journey through severe pain and serious complications from multiple back injuries, surgeries, and degeneration. Though his body succumbed, his spirit and faith remained strong as he trusted in God's victory by His grace. He leaves his beloved wife of nearly 36 years, Mary Kay Cote. He was also surrounded by family, and especially his brother, Steve, throughout this final journey. The son of the late George A. and Wilmadine "Penny" G. (Doak) Cote, Larry grew up in Springfield, Mass., before entering the United States Army, Corps of Engineers (1966-1968; Rank of Specialist E5 at discharge). He was awarded the Army Commendation Medal for meritorious service in the Republic of South Vietnam in 1968. Subsequently, Larry earned degrees from Penn State University (B.S.; 1972), Lehigh University (M.Ed.; 1975), and Temple University (Ed.D.; 1984). Dr. Cote's 37-year career in higher education was highlighted by his position as Campus Executive Officer (CEO) of Penn State University's Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies (1983-97). He then served at West Virginia University (WVU) as Associate Provost, Extension and Public Service, and Director, West Virginia Cooperative Extension Service (1997-2006). Dr. Cote's broad and influential career culminated in his role as the founding faculty director of a new undergraduate Leadership Studies academic minor offered at WVU. His significant collection of awards was capped by the WVU Distinguished Faculty Award, in acknowledgment of a lifetime of service and a commitment to developing student leaders (2008). Along the way, the Cotes took great care to beautify the properties that they called home, for visiting family, friends, birds, and their pet dogs over the years, for whom they cared as dedicated owners. Larry participated in the Big Brother program in eastern Pennsylvania, and they opened their hearts and home to Mary Kay's niece, Kylie Puglin, who lived with them for many years in West Virginia. Larry also was an active part of Methodist churches in West Virginia and Florida. Through his surviving brother, Stephen P. Cote, and his wife, Joyce, surviving sister, Sandra C. Cobb, and her husband, David, and members of his wife's family, Larry has 13 nieces and nephews and over 30 great-nieces and nephews, who affectionately knew him as "Uncle Larry." The most-recently-born great-nephew, Joshua Lawrence Cote, son of Timothy and Christa, was named in honor of him. His nieces and nephews are Jeffrey Cobb, Mark Cote, Mary Weaver, Andrew Cote, Melanie Munir, Anne Marie Walny, Rebecca Erb, Tiffany Puglin, Jonathan Cote, Timothy Cote, Kylie Puglin, Joanna Herr, and Ava Puglin. One very special great-niece in Larry's life was Victoria Grace, daughter of Mark and Kristin. Victoria only lived for six days on this earth in 2008, because of a malformation of her brain. The meaning of her life, helpless in terms of human accomplishment, yet a blessing beyond measure through belonging to God as His beautiful servant, profoundly impacted Larry's life and testimony of "being" and "doing." One man, who accomplished so much, was brought to a point of complete surrender to the Lord Jesus Christ, in part through the story of a little baby who could seemingly accomplish nothing. In the end, Larry gave thanks for his life, which found ultimate fulfillment not in what he did, but who he was, as one fully belonging to God. Larry was eager for the legacy of his life to be joined to Victoria's in serving others, especially children around the world in desperate need of basic medicines and medical care. A memorial service to celebrate Larry's life will be held on Saturday, August 6, at 2:00 p.m., with family visitation beginning at noon, at Zion Church of Millersville, 317 N. George St., Millersville, PA 17551. A meal in Zion's Fellowship Hall will follow the interment and military honors in the church cemetery. Serenity Funeral Home 13401 Indian Rocks Road | Largo, FL 33774 .. Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. 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    08/04/2016 02:24:48
    1. Re: [COTE, COTAY, COTY] info on great-grand parents
    2. RootsWeb Gateway Notification
    3. [1]ancestry This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: tvseem Surnames: Classification: queries Message Board: [2]Click here Message Board Post: I just found a record that said Alexandria lived with them in 1930 I'm not sure whose mother she was probably Alcius. I need to access my ancestry file to see if I have any other info I'll let you know Vivian Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. [3]Contact Us [4]Online Help Please add [5]notifications@ancestry.com to your address book to make sure you don't miss an email. You are receiving this email because you have registered with Ancestry using the email address [6]COTE-L@rootsweb.com. Your privacy is important to us. View our [7]Privacy Statement for more information. Use of [8]Ancestry.com is subject to our [9]Terms and Conditions. © 2016 [10]ANCESTRY.COM [11]Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 360 West 4800 North, Provo, UT 84604 USA References 1. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NiZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105701&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t18310/rd.ashx 2. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NiZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&275805&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/KEY/rd.ashx?key=Uhttp://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.cote/40.46/mb.ashx 3. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NiZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105401&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6713/rd.ashx 4. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NiZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105402&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6028/rd.ashx 5. file://localhost/tmp/tmp_wG4U5.html 6. file://localhost/tmp/tmp_wG4U5.html 7. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NiZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105403&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t20855/rd.ashx 8. file://localhost/tmp/tmp_wG4U5.html 9. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NiZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105404&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t26859/rd.ashx 10. file://localhost/tmp/tmp_wG4U5.html 11. file://localhost/tmp/tmp_wG4U5.html

    04/17/2016 09:01:58
    1. [COTE, COTAY, COTY] FOURNIER - COTE Family Portraits
    2. Shelley Cardiel via
    3. I've "rescued" a group of portraits belonging to the FOURNIER, SMITH, and CLULOW Families of Washington State. I am guessing that all were done in the mid to late 1800's. The portraits in this group include: Mr. & Mrs. FOURNIER (believed to be parents of Theodore Wallace FOURNIER) Will S. SMITH Esilda FOURNIER Mother of Will S. SMITH Theodore Wallace FOURNIER Mother of Frances CLULOW Frances CLULOW (Frances CRAIG FOURNIER CLULOW) Based on limited research I was able to gather the following information regarding the family: Theodore Wallace FOURNIER (1864-1893) was the son of Marcel FOURNIER (b. 24 Feb 1823 in Quebec, Canada - d. 1904 in Newcastle, WA) and Marie Julia MORIN (b. 22 Mar 1820 in Quebec, Canada-d. 19 May 1888 in Vermillon, IL) who were married in Quebec on 17 Jun 1850. They immigrated to the USA sometime between 1852 and 1854 settling in Vermillon County IL where they started a Protestant Church. They then traveled on the Oregon Trail between 1889 and Dec 1892 settling in Newcastle, WA. The couple had 8 children including, Alexis Amable Stanislas (1851-1940); Marie Georgianne or Georgiana E. (1852-1914); Marie Emma Eleonore (1854-1934); Julia Adrienne (b. 1856); Ezilda or Azilda (b. 1859); Jessie (1862-1864); Theodore Wallace (1864-1893); and Joseph Inman (b. 1866) FOURNIER. Sister Georgiana married into the ROUSE Family, and sister Marie Emma married into the TUTT Family. His Mother Julia died and is buried in the Songer Cemetery in Danville, IL as is his sister Esilda or Ezilda FOURNIER who died 20 Apr 1882. Theodore was killed in a mine accident at the Newcastle Mine in 1893 and is buried in the Newcastle Cemetery in Newcastle, WA. His father Marcel was the son of Alexis FOURNIER (1780-1899) and Marie Ursule COTE (1787-1899). Marcel was one of 10 children born to this couple including, Simon (1814-1845); Perpetue (b. 1815); Olympe (1817-1862); Alexis Hubert (1818-1885); Soulange (1819-1844); Marie Delphine (1821-1854); Marcel; Rosalie (1825-1828); Nazaire (1827-1828); and Marie (b. 1830) FOURNIER. His mother Marie Julia MORIN was the daughter of Marie Julia BELANGER (b. 1790) and had three siblings including, Mary (1820-1894); Eleonore (b. 1822); and Mary C. (1894-1984) MORIN. Frances CRAIG FOURNIER CLULOW was b. 15 Aug 1866 to parents John CRAIG and Elizabeth WATSON and first married Theodore Wallace FOURNIER on 24 Dec 1892 in King County, WA then after his death she married John CLULOW (who was a witness at her first wedding). Frances died 2 Sept 1925 in Renton, WA and is buried in the Newcastle Cemetery in Newcastle, WA. Frances and Theodore FOURNIER had a daughter, Esilda FOURNIER b. 14 Jan 1894 in Newcastle, WA. Esilda married Michael FEE on 23 Dec 1908 in King County, WA and was married a second time to Ernest SWANSON on 30 Aug 1916 in Seattle, WA. She died 14 Oct 1986 in Renton, WA and is buried in the Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Census records provide the following information regarding this family: 1870 census of Danville, IL: M. FOURNIER, age 46, a Millwright, born Eastern Canada Julia FOURNIER, age 50, Keeping House, born Western Canada Alex FOURNIER, age 19, a Coal Miner, born Eastern Canada Georganna FOURNIER, age 18, born Eastern Canada Emma FOURNIER, age 16, born IL Julia FOURNIER, age 14, born IL Ezilda FOURNIER, age 11, born IL Theodore FOURNIER, age 6, born IL Joseph FOURNIER, age 3, born IL 1880 census of Newcastle, WA: William SMITH, age 33, a Carpenter, born WV, parents born England/Ireland Margaret SMITH, wife, age 21, Housekeeping, born Wales, parents born Wales 1880 census of Vermilion, IL: Julia E. FOURNIER, age 60, Keeping House, born Canada, parents born Canada Icilda FOURNIER, dau, age 20, at Home, born IL, parents born Canada Theodore FOURNIER, son, age 15, a Coal Miner, born IL, parents born Canada Joseph FOURNIER, son, age 13, at Home, born IL, parents born Canada Julia FOURNIER, granddau, age 6, at Home, born IL, parents born IL 1900 census of Newcastle, WA: Elizabeth CRAIG, age 70, born Jul 1829, 7 children/5 living, born England, parents born England, to USA 1885, a Boarders keeper Elizabeth CRAIG, dau, age 39, born Sept 1860, born England, parents born England, to USA 1885, a Partner Francis CLULOW, dau, age 32, born Aug 1867, born England, parents born England, to USA 1885, a Partner Esilda Ruth CLULOW, granddau, age 6, born Jun 1894, born WA, parents born IL/England, at School John William CLULOW, grandson, age 2, born Dec 1898, born WA, parents born IL/England + 6 Boarders 1900 census of Seattle, WA: Joseph HAIGHT, age 28, born May 1872, married 7 years, born NY, parents born NY, a Blacksmith Ethelen HAIGHT, wife, age 24, born Jul 1875, married 7 years, 2 children/2 living, born IL, parents born England/Canada Vivian HAIGHT, dau, age 6, born Jul 1893, born WA Hattie HAIGHT, dau, age 4, born Dec 1895, born WA Charles ROUSE, bro-in-law, age 18, born May 1882, born WA, parents born England/Canada, a Blacksmith Marsel FOURNIER, grandfather, age 74, born 1826, born Canada, parents born Canada, Retired + 1 Roomer 1920 census of Newcastle, WA: Frances CLULOW, age 53, a widow, born England, parents born England, a Boarding House Keeper Clyde E. CLULOW, son, age 16, born WA, parents born England, a Coal Mine Worker + 2 Boarders I am hoping to locate someone from this family so that the portraits can be returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you know someone who might be, please contact me. Thanks, Shelley

    03/29/2016 02:25:02
    1. Re: [COTE, COTAY, COTY] Abraham Cote m. Francoise Loisel
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    3. Neither name is in my file... Charlie On Tuesday, March 22, 2016 10:10 AM, RootsWeb Gateway Notification <rootswebgateway@ancestry.com> wrote:                                 [1]ancestry   This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list.   Author:A kmlanguet   Surnames:A   Classification:A queries   Message Board:A [2]Click here   Message Board Post:A   My grandmother was Irene Cote and my grandfather was albert Languet.   Are you related to them? k   Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to   this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the   Message Board URL link above and respond on the board.   [3]Contact Us   [4]Online Help   Please add [5]notifications@ancestry.com to your address book to make   sure you don't miss an email.   You are receiving this email because you have registered with Ancestry   using the email address [6]COTE-L@rootsweb.com.   Your privacy is important to us. View our [7]Privacy Statement for more   information.   Use of [8]Ancestry.com is subject to our [9]Terms and Conditions.       A(c) 2016 [10]ANCESTRY.COM   [11]Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 360 West 4800 North, Provo, UT 84604   USA References   1. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NSZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105701&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t18310/rd.ashx   2. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NSZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&275805&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/KEY/rd.ashx?key=Uhttp://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.cote/852.5/mb.ashx   3. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NSZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105401&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6713/rd.ashx   4. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NSZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105402&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6028/rd.ashx   5. file://localhost/tmp/tmpCyHKgJ.html   6. file://localhost/tmp/tmpCyHKgJ.html   7. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NSZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105403&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t20855/rd.ashx   8. file://localhost/tmp/tmpCyHKgJ.html   9. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NSZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPUNPVEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1DT1RFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO2ZsPSZhbXA7bXZpZD0mYW1wO2V4dHJhPSZhbXA7JmFtcDsmYW1wOw==&&&105404&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t26859/rd.ashx   10. file://localhost/tmp/tmpCyHKgJ.html   11. file://localhost/tmp/tmpCyHKgJ.html ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to COTE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/23/2016 04:40:56
    1. Re: [COTE, COTAY, COTY] Abraham Cote m. Francoise Loisel
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