Liste of Inhabitants from Isle St Jean at Port LaJoye on 17th September, 1763 - Letter to the King of France:
3 enfants (not named in the document but according to historical records: Basile, Germain, and L'Amand)
Four years later in 1767, Paul Chiasson (41), his wife Louise Boudrot (31), and their children Germain (9), L'Amand (5), Rose (2) and Basile (11) were recorded in the 1767 census of the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon with a note that says they had come from Ile St Jean.
He married Marie Pitre. Germain is not listed in the list of pioneers of Cheticamp, like his father and brother. 
Germain is listed in the 1798 Census for Lot 43, Rollo Bay, King County, PEI where there are 11 in his household  Germain returned to Cheticamp with his brother Basile.
Germain died before August 1809 at Cheticamp as Marie Pitre is listed as widow of Germain Chiasson at that time she lived with Maturin, Charlemagne, Laurent, Polycarpe, Marie Barbe, Charlotte, Germain.
↑ 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). Transcription and original published by Acadian.org "Rare list of P.E.I. Acadians intrigues N.B. researchers", accessed 5/21/2020
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It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Germain by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA test-takers in his direct paternal line.
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