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Anne Bernard (abt. 1742)

Anne Bernard aka Arseneau, Arseneault
Born about in Île St-Jean, Acadie, Nouvelle-Francemap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married 1759 in Malpeque, Prince Edward Islandmap
Descendants descendants
Died [date unknown] in Canadamap
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Anne was born about 1742. She married Paul arsenault about 1762 in Acadia. [1]

"Paul Arsenault s'est établi avec son épouse Anne Bernard, fille de Joseph Bernard et de Marie Josèphe Gaudet à l'Île-du-Prince-Edouard.." [2][3]

Paul Arseneau and Anne Bernard were enumerated at Isles de la Madeleine in 1763 with 2 children. [4]. [5]


  1. Joseph Arseneau (abt.1763-)
  2. Etienne (Arsenault) Arseneau (abt.1767-)
  3. Paul Arseneau (abt.1767-)
  4. Firmin (Arseneau) Arsenault (abt.1768-)
  5. Anastasie Arseneau (1772-1832)
  6. Francois Arsenault (abt.1772-bef.1845)
  7. Placide Arseneau (abt.1773-)
  8. Pélagie Arseneau (abt.1783-abt.1832)


  1. Karen Theriot Reader's Family Tree Anne Bernard
  2. La Société Historique Acadienne, VOl. 25, No2 et 3, 1994: La Généalogie des 37 Familles, par Stephen A. White, p13/194 Arsenaulkt
  3. Arsenault Family: Genealogical Dictionary By Denis Savard pg.600, final entry section, left column- Google Books Online, Arseneau Family Tree by Denis Savard
    PAUL4 ARSENAULT (JACQUES3, PIERRE2, PIERRE1 ARSONNEAU) was born Abt. 1737 in Beaubassin, Acadie, North America, and died in Malpèque, Île St-Jean, Acadie. He married ANNE BERNARD Abt. 1762 in Malpèque, Île-St-Jean, Acadie, daughter of JOSEPH BERNARD and MARIE-JOSÉPHE GAUDET. She was born Abt. 1742 in Egmont, Prince Edward Island, Canada. Notes for PAUL ARSENAULT: {Book page 600}Paul Arsenault, s/o (Jacques Arsenault & Marie Poirier) n vers 1737 Beaubassin; 15 ans au rec. 1752, à Malpec, Íle St-Jean. Residence: 1752, à Malpec, Île-St-Jean, Acadie
  4. Liste of Inhabitants from Isle St Jean at Port LaJoye on 17th September, 1763 Letter to the King. List transcribed by Karen Theriot Reader (used with permission granted 5/22/20). Transcription and original published by "Rare list of P.E.I. Acadians intrigues N.B. researchers", accessed February 2021
  5. Arsenault, Georges et Earle Lockerby, "Les Acadiens à l’Île Saint-Jean et aux Îles de la Madeleine dans les années 1760", Les cahiers de la Société historique acadienne, Vol. 47, no 3, Septembre 2016, p. 132, 145, accessed at

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Re: Paul Arsenault (4) & Anne Bernard
By Richard Saunders August 17, 2012 at 08:33:04
In reply to: Re: arsenault
christine killan 8/17/12

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