Note: My given name is Baraboo. My ancestral French given name in North America is Barbeau. My ancestral French dit identifer in North America and in France was , "dit Boisdore."
Note: Barbeau Surname variants include: Barbeaux, Barbaud, Barbeau, Barbu, Barbot, Baribault , Barbault, Barbieux
Note: Barbaoo surname variants include: Baraboo, Barraboo, Barboo
Note: Ancestral French Dit identifiers from barbeau family lines include: Boisdore, Bois Dore, Bois Dor, La Forest, LaForet, Bruyere, LaFontaine, Burran, Poiteu, Poitevin. Bois-Barbeau, Bois-Barbot
Note: My Research has determined that the first ancestral generation that changed from Barbeau to Baraboo as a last name at birth was my great grandfather Theodore Baraboo and that his surname Baraboo was given by his father Levi Barbeau. (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Baraboo-6).
Note: Onezime (Levi) Barbeau - Baraboo (https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Barbeau-179) was the ancestral first generation to have changed his given name Barbeau to Baraboo. Baraboo-1 20:35, 22 July 2019 (UTC)
Stanley Gerald Baraboo de Barbeau de Barbeaux de Barbot de Barbaud de Barbu dit Boisdore dit Poitevin dit Bruyere dit Burran
North American Family Surnames: Barbeau, Menard, Rochon (French) , Kahl, (German) , McGrath (Irish), Dorrell (English / Irish) , Barbot (French)
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Note: Dit Boisdore is a French dit noun.(Names, persons, place, things) It identifies or distinguishes something about the person or family. Boisdore was also spelled Bois Dor, or Bois Dore. This dit was carried from France to Nouvelle France and French louisanne by the French Barbeau family. It refers to a master craftsman gold guilder or gold wood gilding. It remains a modern gold gilding definition. Dit Boisdore may have also referred to a French seigneury ( wood producing plantation) named Boisdore, Bois-Barbeau, Bois-Barbot in France. Eventually dit use were dropped as families became nationalized in North America and discontinued in France after the French Revolution.
Note: The attached family record image is a Tanguay transcribed record. It is an example of a catholic record of the period transcribed and translated years later from hand written church documents. The records became available to the public generations later. The documents are a treasure of information. However, it is well documented that there are thousands of errors and omissions. It is also known that many of the volunteer transcribers were not fluent in French. 
The Quebec, Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families (Tanguay Collection), 1608-1890 Genealogical Dictionary of Canadian Families from the Foundation of the Colony to the Present Day, or the "Tanguay Collection", is the premier genealogical dictionary of French-Canadian families. This large, seven-volume collection was published by the French-Canadian priest and genealogist Father Cyprien Tanguay from 1871 to 1890. Although the dictionary does contain some errors and occasional speculations, it has proven to be a fundamental reference work and one of the most comprehensive resources for French-Canadian genealogy. " 
This collection is a treasure and a valuable resource. However, some transcribers who helped were not fluent in the French language of the period , relied on written manuscripts to transcribe and translated from copied previous work without sourcing. The records were written over a hundred years later and continue to be subject to confirmation and correction.
Occupation |image=Wikimedia_Commons_photos-3.jpg |text=engaged in dairy farming in Wisconsin.
Note: Digital Afterlife Instructions : this is my permission that upon my demise, for my family to have first priority , then if they decline the responsibility, the Wikitree staff, to manage the profiles where I act as PM, in any way they see fit, as long as this is in line with the Honour Code and preserves the privacy of living people. Baraboo-1 14:47, 27 September 2016 (EDT)
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