Anne Marie Aucoin
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Anne Marie Aucoin (abt. 1687 - 1757)

Anne Marie Aucoin
Born about in Grand-Pré, Acadie, Nouvelle-Francemap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Daughter of and DNA confirmed
Wife of — married 25 Nov 1706 in Port-Royal, Acadie, Nouvelle-Francemap
Descendants descendants
Died at about age 70 in Québec, Canada, Nouvelle-Francemap
Profile last modified | Created 10 Oct 2009
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Biography

Anne-Marie Aucoin was born about 1687 in Grand-Pré, Acadie, Nouvelle-France, daughter of Martin Aucoin and Marie Gaudet. [citation needed]

She married Pierre Thibodeau on 25 Nov 1706 in Port-Royal, Acadie. [1]

Their children were:

  1. Marguerite Thibodeau (1707 - )
  2. Paul Thibodeau (1708 - )
  3. Marie Rose Thibodeau (1710 - 1757)
  4. Brigitte Thibodeau (1711 - )
  5. Olivier Thibodeau (~1712 - 1757)
  6. Élisabeth Thibodeau (1717 - >1771)
  7. Jeanne Thibodeau (1719 - )
  8. Anne-Marie Thibodeau (~1720 - >1786)
  9. Catherine Josephe Thibodeau (1721 - 1790)
  10. Ursule Thibodeau (1723 - )
  11. Pierre Thibodeau (1724 - ~1790).

She lost her beloved Pierre in 1734, never remarried, and likely lived with one of her children. During the Grand Dérangement, many families who managed to escape deportation sought refuge in Canada, Nouvelle-France. Around 3 August 1757, Anne-Marie was aboard a ship that left Miramichi with 182 passengers, and disembarked at the port of Québec around 18 August 1757. She was travelling with her daughter Marie-Rose, her husband Jean Blanchard, and their children. [2] Unfortunately, a smallpox epidemic was raging in Quebec in 1756-1757. Many of the 1144 [2] Acadians that reached Quebec City during that period were already exhausted by famine, other diseases and their many displacements trying to escape the roundups of the British soldiers. Approximately 300 Acadian exiles died in the city of Quebec alone. [3] The church register of Notre-Dame-de-Quebec parish shows numerous entries of deceased Acadians indicated by a cross and the letters "acc" or "acad" in the margins.

Anne-Marie, widow of Pierre Thibeaudeau, Acadienne, died on 16 Oct 1757 and was buried the next day in Québec. [4] She was given the age of 75 in the register.

DNA

Confirmations

  • Maternal relationship is confirmed by a triangulated group on GEDmatch who share a 10.5 cM segment on chromosome 3, consisting of Ronald Thibodeaux, GEDmatch kit # CM7128676, and D Bordelon, his 7th cousin 2x removed, GEDmatch kit # M173305, and Clorice Surette, his 7th cousin 1x removed, GEDmatch kit # T108718. (D and Clorice are 7th cousins 3x removed.) Their most-recent common ancestors are Denis Gaudet and Martine Gauthier, the 7x great grandparents of Ronald Thibodeaux and 9x great grandparents of D Bordelon and 6x great grandparents of Clorice Surette. DNA test taker Ronald Thibodeaux is the 5x great grandson of Anne Marie Aucoin, the daughter of Marie Gaudet, the daughter of the common ancestors Denis Gaudet & Martine Gauthier.

Sources

  1. An Acadian Parish Remembered, The Registers of St. Jean-Baptiste, Annapolis Royal, 1702-1755, Marriage of Pierre Tibeaudeau and Marie Anne Aucoin, RG 1 Vol. 26 p.280
  2. 2.0 2.1 André-Carl Vachon, Les réfugiés et miliciens acadiens en Nouvelle-France 1755-1763, Tracadie, La Grande Marée, 2020, p. 93, 259-260
  3. Jobb, Dean W. The Cajuns: A People's Story of Exile and Triumph. (John Wiley & Sons, 14 janv. 2010) 272 pages accessed at Google Books
  4. "Canada, Québec, registres paroissiaux catholiques, 1621-1979," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QS7-L99Q-MKWR?cc=1321742&wc=HC3D-ZNL%3A17585101%2C19508101%2C26879601 : 16 July 2014), Québec > Notre-Dame-de-Québec > Baptêmes, mariages, sépultures 1757-1759 > image 87 of 259; Archives Nationales du Quebec (National Archives of Quebec), Montreal.

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I removed the "marriage" to her son.
posted by Donna (Friebel) Storz
mixed-up profile - she has marriage link to her son Paul Thibodeau-578 [1708-1799]
posted by Sally x
Aucoin-309 and Aucoin-6 appear to represent the same person because: same birth date, spouse. different place of death.
posted by Jacqueline Girouard

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