Acadian Genealogy & Reference

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Item #

Description

Price
094032a 1752 Census of Île Royale (Cape Breton) by the Sieur de la Roque . Lists all Acadians living on the island at this time. 172 pages. $16.00
094032 Same as above - microfiche version $7.95

CD135

French-Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review. Volumes 1-9 as issued.  Edited by Roland Auger.  see description below. ( see requirements )
$29.95
Complete set of this long out of print series written by a variety of authors well versed in French-Canadian and Acadian genealogists. This series was written entirely in English for the American and English-Canadian speaking audiences. Much useful genealogical information can be found in this series.
097001 Acadian Genealogy and Notes by Placide Gaudet. 372 pages.1905. Ottawa. Reprint. See Description below
$34.95

094034

Same as above - microfiche version $15.95

CD92

Same as above.  CD-ROM version. ( see requirements )
$19.95
Placide Gaudet, undoubtedly the first widely-accepted expert in Acadian genealogy, presented his first genealogical work for publication in 1905 in the Canadian Archives annual report. Employed by the Public Archives of Canada, Gaudet devoted much time to gathering information about the Acadians. Information in this book has been gathered from public and private sources in Canada, the United States, France, and Britain. Many church and notarial records were either not found, damaged or incomplete. Nevertheless Gaudet compiled genealogies for more than 100 Acadian families. He had all good intentions of publishing a comprehensive "Tanguay-like" dictionary for the Acadian race. This publication never saw the light of day. Like many Acadian genealogical compilations, they are subject to conjecture, supposition and much deductive reasoning. In this fine example of scholarship, Gaudet does whet our appetite with the genealogies of 3 families: Bourgeois , Lanoue and Belliveau . In addition, there are substantial sections devoted to Acadians both in Canada and in the deported areas of the world.
099189 Les Registres de la Gaspésie (1752-1850). Patrice Gallant. 1961. Montreal SGCF. 312 pages. Contains a copious amount of baptisms, marriages and burials taking place on the Gaspé Peninsula during the times stated. Arranged by families and grouped together by family groups makes this a valuable and easy resource to use especially for Acadian research. $35.00

CD

CD92

Acadian Genealogy and Notes by Placide Gaudet. 372 pages.1905. Ottawa  see description below. ( see requirements )
$19.95

Placide Gaudet, undoubtedly the first widely-accepted expert in Acadian genealogy, presented his first genealogical work for publication in 1905 in the Canadian Archives annual report. Employed by the Public Archives of Canada, Gaudet devoted much time to gathering information about the Acadians. Information in this book has been gathered from public and private sources in Canada, the United States, France, and Britain. Many church and notarial records were either not found, damaged or incomplete. Nevertheless Gaudet compiled genealogies for more than 100 Acadian families. He had all good intentions of publishing a comprehensive "Tanguay-like" dictionary for the Acadian race. This publication never saw the light of day. Like many Acadian genealogical compilations, they are subject to conjecture, supposition and much deductive reasoning. In this fine example of scholarship, Gaudet does whet our appetite with the genealogies of 3 families: Bourgeois , Lanoue and Belliveau . In addition, there are substantial sections devoted to Acadians both in Canada and in the deported areas of the world.

Family Genealogies

 00-009

Babineau : La Famille Babineau (au Nord du Comte de Kent) [New Brunswick], Donat Robichaud, ptre. 1979, 104 pp, photocopy

$10.00

00-006 Chavary : La Famille Chavary (St-Chales et les Environs), Donat Robichaud, ptre. 16 pp, photocopy $5.00

  00-010

Daigle : La Famille Daigle (au Nord du Comte de Kent) [New Brunswick], Donat Robichaud, ptre. 1983, 
255 pp, photocopy

$25.00

00-042 Doiron. La Famille Doiron (Gould) descendant-e-s de Pierre Doiron et d'Anne Forest. Allen Doiron et Fidèle Thériault. 1994. Fredericton, New Brunswick. 6" x 9", soft cover. 496 pp. In French $30.00
00-108 Haché-Gallant : Michel Haché-Gallant et ses Descendents, Tome 1. Patrice Gallant. Rimouski, 1958, 114 pages, photocopy $20.00
CD55 Haché-Gallant : Michel Haché-Gallant et ses Descendents, Tome 1. Patrice Gallant. Rimouski, 1958, 114 pages, CDROM version $14.95

  00-010

Johnson : La Famille Johnson (au Nord du Comte de Kent) [New Brunswick], Donat Robichaud, ptre. 1979, 52 pp, photocopy

$10.00

 00-044

Losier . (Roy-Desjardins) Généalogie des Losier. Descendants de Prosper Desjardins di Losier, de Tracadie, Nouveau Brunswick. Dr U.-J. Bourgeois. Tracadie, N.B. 1953. 53 pages with numerous corrective notes in margins. Photocopy

$10.00
099127

Melanson. The Melansons of Nineteenth-Century Southeastern New Brunswick - A Genealogy. Michael B. Melanson. 1998. 332 pp, 6" x 9", soft cover.

$25.00
099129 Savoie: Les Savoie: Une grande famille acadienne au Nouveau-Brunswick. By Fidèle Thériault. Fredericton, New Brunswick, 1992. 508 pages, illustrations, etc. In French . $35.00

Abbreviations: B = Baptism; M = Marriage; S = Burial, A = Marginal notes found in the baptismal records; and R = Church census, which usually lists all person living within a family unit, and their ages.

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