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Name: Marilyn (Trudel) Fernandez
Time/Date Entered: 8:06 AM  -  14 Apr 2006
Gaspe Connection: Great Aunt settled around 1883
Town/Village/Area: Douglastown and Chandler
Primary Family Names: Kennedy
Secondary Family Names: Trudel
Time Period: 1883-1935
Particulars: I am looking for the marriage certificate (if they were issued back in 1883) and death certificate for Louisa (Trudel) Kennedy. She married Charles Kennedy, son of Charles and Katherine Morris, on June 9, 1883. She died in Chandler on June 26, 1935. Louisa's hald sister Melina Desmarais married Charles' brother Francis X Kennedy (9/5/1889 in St. Lin) and also lived in Douglastown. Lousia, born Marie Louise Odile Trudel, is listed with her husband and seven children in the 1901 Canadian Census for Douglastown. Her named is spelled "Lewisa". She is listed with her husband and 5 children in the 1911 census in Douglastown.

Name: Nancy Guillemette
Time/Date Entered: 7:47 PM  -  1 Apr 2006
Gaspe Connection: mon 3e arrière grand-père y est né
Town/Village/Area: Douglastown
Primary Family Names: Crotty
Secondary Family Names: Riffou, Bond
Time Period: avant 1862
Particulars: James Carter (Cratté, Crotty) a épousé Mathilde Comeau le 8 février 1862 à Douglastown. Lui-même est né à Pointe St-Perter le 3 septembre 1821. Il est le fils de Micheal Crotty et Angélique-Louise Riffou quoique certain prétendent que sa mère est Charlotte Smith. Cette dernière serait plutot sa seconde (ou première épouse). Tout ça reste à vérifier. Les parents de Micheal seraient Thomas Crotty et Mary Poor tandis que ceux de Angélique-Louise sont Jacques-Christophe Riffou (Riffoult, Riffault, Riffo) et Louise Bond.

Name: George Francis Morris
Time/Date Entered: 10:57 AM  -  23 Mar 2006
Gaspe Connection: Father Francis Whitmore Morris and antecedents
Town/Village/Area: Petit Pabos
Primary Family Names: Morris
Secondary Family Names: Lebreux
Time Period: 1800-2000
Particulars: We are working on our family tree since 1997. We have acquired a copy of our first ancestor's land claim from the National Archives in Ottawa. Our first known ancestor in Canada was Jasper Morris who submitted a land claim in 1824 for a lot located at Anse à Beaufils. We have a copy of his marriage certificate to Joanna O'Neil, his death certificate and have located his gravesite at St. Joseph's Church at Cap d'Espoir. We have a pretty accurate genealogy from Jasper Morris' descendants to today. We are interested in finding information about Jasper's parents William Morris and Margaret Prendegast of Ireland, possibly Mayo Co. We have hit a wall trying to find information in Canada. Perhaps that some users of your site could help.

Name: C. Patterson
Time/Date Entered: 4:48 PM  -  19 Mar 2006
Email: gaspegen@hotmail
Gaspe Connection: English Families
Town/Village/Area: Gaspe Bay Area
Primary Family Names: Gaspe Bay Area Families
Secondary Family Names: 
Time Period: 
Particulars: There has been a new posting (March 16, 2006) to Gaspe Bay Area Families adding nearly 1,000 more individuals with updates on many others adding new information. Gaspe Bay Area Families can be found at

Name: Donalee McMillan
Time/Date Entered: 11:27 AM  -  19 Mar 2006
Gaspe Connection: Grandmother - Annie Salvidant born Sept. 13, l888
Town/Village/Area: Gaspe District #154 - Subdistrict York
Primary Family Names: Salvidant
Secondary Family Names: 
Time Period: 1866 to 1900 Birth dates
Particulars: My Grandmother moved to Ontario married John MacMillan (McM) in Sudbury Died age 92. She had 2 sons Ralph and Morgan. She moved to and continued to live in North Bay Ontario. Father James born May 4,1866, Mother Eliza born Dec. 20 1875, Sister Ada Born May 13, 1896 Sister Beatrice born July 23, 1900.

Name: Willaim (Bill) Dow
Time/Date Entered: 3:07 PM  -  16 Mar 2006
Gaspe Connection: grandfather and grandmother
Town/Village/Area: Port Daniel and New Carlisle, respectively
Primary Family Names: Gallon, Flowers
Secondary Family Names: Ross, du Val, Billingsley
Time Period: !830 to 1915
Particulars: My gfather Dow came to Campbellton , NB, circa 1915 to work. Gmother came with him. He was born and raised in or near Port Daniel - probably born around 1895-98. My gmother is originally from New Carlisle and environs.Gfather's name was Lester; gmother's name was Charlotte.Lester had sisters named Lyle and Libby.

Name: Elizabeth Flynn McDonald
Time/Date Entered: 3:53 PM  -  8 Mar 2006
Gaspe Connection: Father
Town/Village/Area: Perce
Primary Family Names:  Flynn, Tostevin, Pidgeon
Secondary Family Names: Mc Grath, Chicoine
Time Period: 1700,s on
Particulars: My father, Edwin Flynn, was born in Perce in 1902.My GG was Thomas Flynn, son of Elizabeth Tostevin and James Flynn.Thomas married Mary Frances(Fanny)Pidgeon. The line goes back to Edmund Flynn and Margaret Mc Grath and then to John Flynn and Catherine Henley and on to the Chicoines. I have met several cousins in the past few years and hope this profile will introduce me to some more. Elizabeth

Name: Andy Syvret
Time/Date Entered: 7:55 PM  -  6 Mar 2006
Gaspe Connection: hometown
Town/Village/Area: Bougainville
Primary Family Names: Syvret
Secondary Family Names: Johnson
Time Period: 
Particulars: ancestors from Jersey island, my great grandfather name was George Syvret; he was a blacksmith

Name: Jack Freeman
Time/Date Entered: 2:06 PM  -  26 Feb 2006
Gaspe Connection: gg-grandparents
Town/Village/Area: Matapedia
Primary Family Names: Calder
Secondary Family Names: Fraser
Time Period: mid 1800s
Particulars:  George Calder and Jane Milne immigrated from Banffshire Scotland in 1832 to Dalhousie and settled on Kempt Road, Matapedia 1835. Alexander Calder, thought to be George's brother, immigrated to New Richmond about 1825 then moved with family to Ohio about 1840. Both were probably children of Thomas Calder and Elizabeth Sim.

Name: Elenore Chamberland
Time/Date Entered: 3:15 AM  -  26 Feb 2006
Gaspe Connection: Pierre Felix LeGouffe m 1841 Marie Louise Comeau
Town/Village/Area: New Richmond
Primary Family Names: LeGouffe/Comeau/Leblanc/Guillot/Johnson
Secondary Family Names: Cormier/Boudreau/Dugas/Bourg/James/Dugas/Lavoie
Time Period: 1740 to 1900
Particulars: Aubin LeGouffe (LeCouffe) came from Normandy, probably a fisherman, and married abt 1740 Louise Beaudeau, a widow. This could have been around Perce. Children married in Carleton or Bonaventure. In 1879 Jean LeGouffe married Emma Leblanc and moved to Charlo, NB. A couple of their children did move to Causapscal, Matapedia and had children born there prior to moving to Saskatchewan in the early 1900's.

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