LEJEUNE - THIBODEAU - SAVOIE - PRÉGENT - PITRÉ - BOUDREAU - LEBREQUE - SÉNÉSAC - GRANGER - MÉNARD ANCESTRY


THIRTEENTH GENERATION

Pierre LEJEUNE married Marie THIBODEAU 1595.

Pierre Lejeune dit Briard, of Brie, married a daughter of Germain Doucet at Port-Royal c1650. Their older son, also named Pierre dit Briard, married Marie, a daughter of Pierre Thibodeaux, in 1678. The Lejeunes moved several times in subsequent years, first to La Heve in 1686, back to Port-Royal by 1698, to Petite-Rivere, near La Heve, in 1704, then finally to Pigiguit in 1712. Pierre's younger brother, Martin dit Briard (Labriere), married an Indian woman, Marie-Jeanne Kagijonais, in 1684, before marrying Marie, a granddaughter of Jean Gaudet, at Pigiguit in 1699, where his family settled.(15)(17)(18)


TWELFTH GENERATION

Catherine LEJEUNE dit BRIARD (1633, Port Royal) married in 1651 at Port Royal François SAVOIE, born c. 1621, Martaize, Loudon, Vienne, France and died in 1678 in Port Royal.

In 1643, 22-year-old Francois Savoie, a farmer from Martaize, arrived in Acadia and married Catherine Lejeune in 1651. They had nine children, only one of whom was a son, Germain, who married into the Breaux clan and fathered 12 children, including five sons who created families of their own. (13)


ELEVENTH GENERATION

Andrée SAVOIE married Jean PRÉGENT before 31 Dec 1693 in Acadie.(1)(15)

Jean Préjean dit LeBreton arrived in Acadia in 1671, soon after the first census was taken, and in 1683 married Andrée, a daughter of François Savoie, at Port-Royal, where most of his family of 12 children, including eight sons, remained. His fourth son Joseph, however, settled at Chepoudy after he married Marie-Louise, a great-granddaughter of Pierre Comeaux. (14)


TENTH GENERATION

Anne PRÉGENT PRÉJEANT, born 1687 in Port Royal, married on 27 July 1705 in Port Royal. François PITRÉ was born in 1682 in Port Royal and died on 6 December 1725 in Port Royal. (2)(15)


NINTH GENERATION

Marguerite PITRÉ (1715, Port Royal- ) married François BOUDREAU (1710, Grand Pré - 1764) before 31 Dec 1733 in Grand Pré. (3)


EIGHTH GENERATION

Charles BOUDREAU married Madeleine CLOUATRE before 31 December 1760 in L'Acadie. Charles was born in Acadie, died on 17 and was buried on 19 Mach 1812 in L'Acadie. Madeleine died on 10 and was buried on 12 March 1800 in L'Acadien. (16)


SEVENTH GENERATION

Joseph Marie LABRECQUE married Marie BOUDREAU on 21 January 1788 in L'Acadie. Joseph was born in 1759, died on 8 December and was buried on 12 December 1830 in St-Athanase-de-Bleury. Marie, daughter of Charles BOUDREAU & Madeleine CLOATRE was born in 1759, died on 12 December and was buried on 14 December 1840 in Henryville. (5)

 


SIXTH GENERATION

Marguerite LABRECQUE married Joseph SÉNÉSAC on 8 January 1816 in L'Acadie, St-Jean, Québec. Marguerite was born 1796 in Beaumont, Bellechasse, the daughter of Joseph LEBREQUE & Marie BOUDREAU, who were married on 21 January 1788 in St-Luc, Acadie. Marie BOUDREAU, born in 1759, was the daughter of Charles BOUDREAU & Magdeleine CLOUATRE who married in 1756 in Grand Pré, Acadia. (1)(2)

 


FIFTH GENERATION

Mathilde SÉNÉSAC married Eustache/Eusée GRANGER on 17 Sept 1844 in St. Georges, Canada. Eustache/Eusée GRANGER was the son of Jean Baptiste GRANGER & Marie Osithe CLOUATRE who were married on 16 Sept 1816 in L'Acadie, Comté de St-Jean. Jean-Baptiste was the son of Jean-Baptiste GRANGER & Marie-Angélique GRÉGOIRE. (1)(10)(11)(12)

 


FOURTH GENERATION

Rosalie GRANGER (1859-1937) married Joseph MÉNARD (1826-1925) on 31 Aug 1881, in Stanbridge, Missisquoi County, Québec, Canada. Joseph MÉNARD was the son of Pierre MÉNARD & Marie Rosalie Sara LUSSIER. Rosalie died on August 20, 1937 in Burlington, VT. Jospeh and Rosale are buried in the Calvary Cemetery in Burlington, VT. (1)(10)

Oliver MAYNARD
Joseph MAYNARD
Henry MAYNARD (1893 - 1953) married Elisabeth (Jandraw) GENDRON

Children
     Clara Ena Julia MAYNARD (1915 - )Howard William DELORME (1916 - )

Children
     Bruce Henry DELORME (1943 - ) this is my cousin in VT
     Beverly DELORME married Bernard PICHE
     Grail DELORME

 


THIRD GENERATION

Oliver MAYNARD/MÉNARD was born in 17 Mar 1897 in Burlington, VT. He died in 27 Jun 1933 in Burlington, VT. He married Gladys Gertrude BRYANT on 7 May 1925 in Burlington, VT. Gladys was born on 8 Jun 1908 and died on 11 Mar 1999 in New London, CT. She was the daughter of Clifton Jackson BRYANT & Florence Gertrude WELLS
Clifton was born 2 Jun 1879 in St. Albans, VT and died 26 March 1950 in Plainville CT. Florence Wells was born in November 1884 in St. Albans, VT. (1)

Children
     Clifton Oliver MAYNARD (1925 - 1995)

 


SECOND GENERATION

Clifton Oliver MAYNARD was born 17 Aug 1925 in Burlington, VT. He died 20 Jan 1995 in New London CT, and Barbara J. NOEL (1929 - )

Children:
     Timothy BOSAK (1956 - ) married Catherine S. CANTY (1962 - )
Children
     Andrew J. BOSAK (1982 - )
     Maureen S. BOSAK (1983 - )

Richard Allan MAYNARD (1930 - )

Clifton Oliver MAYNARD married Mary Julia MORELL (1930 - ) *1st Wife

Children
     Lynn Ann MAYNARD (1956 - )
     Clifton Alan MAYNARD (1960 - 1987)

 


FIRST GENERATION

     Lynn Ann MAYNARD (1956 - ) married John Tracy BARROWS (1951 - ) 1st Husband

Children
     Clifton Tracey BARROWS (1976 - )

     Lynn Ann MAYNARD married John Sherman PHILLIPS Jr. (1948 - ) 2nd Husband

Children
     John Sherman PHILLIPS III (1983 - )

     Lynn Ann MAYNARD married David Fraser MATHIESON (1941 - )3rd Husband

 


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(1) PRDH - Programme de recherches en démographie historique, Certificat d'union No. 9248.
(2) Ibid., Certificat d'union No. 13037.
(3) Ibid., Certificat d'union No. 23792 & Certificat de famille #18334.
(4) Ibid., Certificat d'union No. 44157. **A subscription to PRDH is needed to access this file.
(5) Ibid.,
Certificat d'union No. 49306.
(6) Mariages de St-François-Xavier, Verchères (1741-1966), Comp: Irenée Jetté, Pub: Pontbriand, Québec, 1967, pp. 45-46, 208.
(7) Resources at the French Genealogical Society, Tollman, CT, and personal information submitted in
Email messages by Lynn Ménard-Mathieson.
(8) Mariages de la Comté de Missisquoi, 1846-1968, Vols 1 & 2, Pub: Pontbriand, Québec, pp. 357, 255 & 382.
(9) PRDH, Certificat de famille No. 14255.
(10) Ibid., Certificat de famille No. 5378.
(16) Ibid., Certificate d'union No. 44694.
(11) Parish register of Notre-Dame-des-Anges, in Notre-Dame-de- Stanbridge, January 7, 1857, record #M3.
(12) Steven Cormier's website at: http://www.acadiansingray.com/appendices-Acadian%20Pioneers.htm:
99 (Arsenault, Genealogie, 662-64, 1415; White, Dictionnaire Acadiennes, 1048-58; White, Dictionnaire English Supplement, 223-28. Arsenault does not even mention the elder Pierre dit Briard; his information comes from White, who claims that Martin dit Briard married a third time to Marie Arnault (Renaud) dit Grislard in 1729 at Grand Pre. Again, marriage dates differ between Arsenault and White, and, again, I follow White here. White, Dictionnaire Acadiennes, 1048, lists an Edmee or Aimee Lejeune, born c1624, who married Francois Gautreaux, widower of Marie _____, in 1644, no place given, & a Catherine Lejeune, born c.1633, who married Francois Savoie in 1651, again no place given; White gives no parents for these Lejeune women, but in his Dictionnaire English Supplement, 223, he says they were sisters. He concludes on p.225 of the English Supplement that these women were not sisters of the elder Pierre dit Briard. See also West, Atlas of La. Surnames, 101, who cites Arsenault when he says that Lejeunes settled in Acadia as early as 1646. West may be referring to the elder Pierre dit Briard. The elder Pierre dit Briard is not listed in the first Acadian census of 1671. See . White gives neither a birth or death date for Pierre dit Briard the elder, so it's anyone's guess why he does not appear in the first census. Given the family's tendency to move a lot, he may have temporarily left the colony with his family, or he may have died by then)
(13) Ibid., 137 (Arsenault, Genealogie, 794; White, Dictionnaire Acadiennes, 1456-59. Catherine was the sister of Edmee Lejeune, second wife of Francois Gautreaux. The family name also is spelled Savois, Savoy, Savoye)
(14) Ibid., 133. Arsenault, Genealogie, pp. 733-36, 1568-69; White, Dictionnaire Acadiennes, 1351-52; White, Dictionnaire English Supplement, p. 286.
75a. Arsenault, Genealogie, 662-64, 1415; White, Dictionnaire Acadiennes, 1048-58; White, Dictionnaire English Supplement, 223-28. Arsenault does not even mention the elder Pierre dit Briard; his information comes from White, who claims that Martin dit Briard married a third time to Marie Arnault (Renaud) dit Grislard in 1729 at Grand Pre. Again, marriage dates differ between Arsenault and White, and, again, I follow White here. White, Dictionnaire Acadiennes, 1048, lists an Edmee or Aimee Lejeune, born c1624, who married Francois Gautreaux, widower of Marie _____, in 1644, no place given, & a Catherine Lejeune, born c.1633, who married Francois Savoie in 1651, again no place given; White gives no parents for these Lejeune women, but in his Dictionnaire English Supplement, 223, he says they were sisters. He concludes on p.225 of the English Supplement that these women were not sisters of the elder Pierre dit Briard. See also West, Atlas of La. Surnames, 101, who cites Arsenault when he says that Lejeunes settled in Acadia as early as 1646. West may be referring to the elder Pierre dit Briard. The elder Pierre dit Briard is not listed in the first Acadian census of 1671. See Hebert., T., Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History. White gives neither a birth or death date for Pierre dit Briard the elder, so it's anyone's guess why he does not appear in the first census. Given the family's tendency to move a lot, he may have temporarily left the colony with his family, or he may have died by then.
(17) http://www.jasenbenwah.ca/marie-jeanne_kagijonias.html: Father Clarence-Joseph D'Entremont, in his book, ``Le Canada-Francais Documents sur l'Acadie,'' asserts that the Pierre II who arrived in Acadia as a child married a Micmac woman. The census of 1686 listed Pierre Lejeune III as being married to Marie Thibodeau and Martin Lejeune as being married to Marie-Jeanne Kagijonias, a member of the Micmac tribe. After Marie-Jeanne's death, Martin married Marie Gaudet, the daughter of Jehan (Jean) Gaudet and Marie-Jeanne Henry. A 1693 census lists a sister to Pierre III and Martin named Jeanne, who was married to Francois Joseph, a member of the Micmac tribe.
(18) http://www.metisduquebec.ca/genealogie/html/dat53.htm#18
   Lejeune\Briard, Sexe: Masculin ; Conjoint: Indienne, Sexe: Féminin
   Enfant(s): Lejeune, Edmée, Lejeune\Briard, Pierre, Lejeune, Catherine
(15) The following notes were submitted by Lynn Ménard-Mathieson in December 2006.

Notes:
http://www.rongaudet2001.com/acadian/9610.htm
Andrée Savoie-[9610] 1
Born: 1667, Port-Royal, Acadia 317
Married: Abt 1683, Port-Royal, Acadia 947

Andrée married Jean Préjean Dit Lebreton-[9598] [MRIN:1174] about 1683 in Port-Royal, Acadia.947 (Jean Préjean Dit Lebreton-[9598] was born in 1651 in France 947 and died on 6 Jun 1733 in Port-Royal, Acadia.)
317 Ibid, volume 2, Port-Royal, page 795.
947 Ibid, volume 2, Port-Royal, page 733.

http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/a/l/l/Sue--A-Allen/GENE6-0003.html#CHILD12
12. ANDREE3 SAVOIE,METIS INDIAN (CATHERINE2 LEJEUNE,METIS INDIAN, INDIAN WOMAN TRIBE1 MICMAC) was born 1667 in ACADIE, and died Abt. 1700 in ACADIE?. She married JEAN DIT LEBRETON PREJEAN 1683 in ACADIE?.

Child of ANDREE SAVOIE and JEAN PREJEAN is:
19. i. JOSEPH4 PREJEAN,METIS INDIAN, b. 1696, ACADIE?; d. Abt. 1700, ACADIE?.

http://www.acadiansingray.com/appendices-Acadian%20Pioneers.htm
Jean Prejean dit LeBreton arrived in Acadia in 1671, soon after the first census was taken, and in 1683 married Andree, a daughter of Francois Savoie, at Port-Royal, where most of his family of 12 children, including eight sons, remained. His fourth son Joseph, however, settled at Chepoudy after he married Marie-Louise, a great-granddaughter of Pierre Comeaux.133

133. Arsenault, Genealogie, 733-36, 1568-69; White, Dictionnaire Acadiennes, 1351-52; White, Dictionnaire English Supplement, 286.