were the Hache family native Indian or Mi'kmaq

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My question also. I had researched a couple of years ago and found information that my mother had Mi'cMak Indian in her DNA. However, I could never trace it to confirmation. Last week, I decided to Google the Brideau name, just in case I could conjure up something new or something I needed on any of my relatives. WOW! came across the information I had originally given (sans dates and places) to Ancestry and My Heritage a few years ago. My Ancestry.com profile is still active;, but I stopped subscribing to MyHeritage a couple of years ago due to the fact it was so time consuming and there were so  many profiles on the same person. Also, I had paid my subscription for the year, which is required, and it was mostly lost money because I stopped using it.

When  I came across the Google/MyHeritage information, it apparently was the original information I had downloaded, except, the Mi'kMac name was part of her profile!  Also, there were pictures and documents there; but one must pay a subscription in order to use them. I was able to print the pictures, but not the documents.

BTW - there were quite a few with the surname hache who also were part Indian, some of whom I recall being in my ancestry line.

Showed the pictures to my daughter and she agreed with me that Marie Angele (Hache) Mi'cMak Indian Brideau resembled my mother quite a bit. I have a profile of my Grandmother, Marie Angele, here on WikiTree and have researched here and also on Ancestry, and there are no pictures nor documents available.

Any one here have anything?

Sincerely,

Jeannette Martin-Brideau Saladino

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Not according to SA White.

www.umoncton.ca/umcm-ceaac/files/umcm-ceaac/wf/wf/pdf/37fam-hache.pdf

Of course, it doesn't mean that there wasn't inter-marring with the Mi'kmaq along the way! 

by Roland Arsenault G2G6 Mach 5 (54k points)
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If you are related to Guillaume Caplan, you could have Mi'kmaq Indian in your DNA.

Guillaume Caplan (St-Nicolas de Graves, Gascogne, France) settled in Baie des Chaleurs in 1705. He married a Micmac Indian and they had children.

Descendants of Guillaume Caplan
https://www.wikitree.com/genealogy/Caplan-Descendants-27

EXAMPLE - Relationship Finder -
Guillaume Caplan is the fourth great grandfather of Philomene Hache

https://www.wikitree.com/index.php?title=Special:Relationship&action=calculate&person1_name=Caplan-27&person2_name=Hache-448
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by E Martin G2G6 Mach 7 (70.5k points)
edited by E Martin

Guillaume is the fourth great grandfather of Philomene

1. Philomene is the daughter of Theotiste (Duguay) Hache 
2. Theotiste is the daughter of François Duguay Jr. 
3. François is the son of Madeleine Joannis Chapados 
4. Madeleine is the daughter of Catherine LaRocque 
5. Catherine is the daughter of Marguerite Caplan 
6. Marguerite is the daughter of Guillaume Caplan 
This makes Guillaume the fourth great grandfather of Philomene.

Mi'kmaq territories map

From Wikipedia, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Les_Micmacs_(multilingual).svg
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Cool so does that mean that my husband also has mikmaq ancestry?  And my son as well? That would be so cool!!

Guillaume is the 9th great grandfather of Mr Lozier  (my spouse)

1. [Private] is the son of Lionel Lozier [unknown confidence]
  2. Lionel is the son of Elianne Jean [unknown confidence]
    3. Elianna is the daughter of Calixta Marie (Hache) Jean [unknown confidence]
      4. Calixta is the daughter of Melanie (Gionet) Hache [unknown confidence]
        5. Melanie is the daughter of Saul Honore Gionet [unknown confidence]
          6. Saul is the son of André Gionet [unknown confidence]
            7. André is the son of Marie Roussy [unknown confidence]
              8. Marie is the daughter of Anne Chapados [unknown confidence]
                9. Anne is the daughter of Catherine LaRocque [unknown confidence]
                  10. Catherine is the daughter of Marguerite Caplan [unknown confidence]
                     11. Marguerite is the daughter of Guillaume Caplan [unknown confidence]

This makes Guillaume the ninth great grandfather of <private spouse>.

by Robynne Lozier G2G6 Pilot (635k points)

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