Robert Daigle
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Robert Daigle

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Signed 30 Dec 2019 | 34,213 contributions | 670 thank-yous | 6,833 connections
Communication Preferences: I am interested in communicating private message with anyone who shares the same genealogical or historical interests. Here is my family tree.
I can help transcribe and translate French Catholic baptism, marriage and burial documents.
Robert G. Daigle
Born 1960s.
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Son of and [private mother (1930s - unknown)] DNA confirmed
Brother of [private sister (1950s - unknown)], , [private sister (1950s - unknown)], , , [private sister (1960s - unknown)], , , and [private brother (1960s - unknown)]
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Hello Cousin Robert,

We are 6C1xR and we share 79 Common Ancestors.

Glad to make your acquaintance!

Your Cousin, M. Hasselbach

posted by M Hasselbach
Hello cousin Robert,

I just wanted to thank you for the excellent information you have provided on the profiles you've added to WIKI Tree.

We are related six ways from Sunday... through both of your parents and through multiple generations.... not unexpected in isolated populations with large families.

posted by Sue (Bateman) Matthews
Hi Robert,

Thanks for self-certifying for the Pre-1700 badge and joining the Quebecois Project!

Here is the link to all the Pre-1700 Projects in case you might want to check them out and join other projects.

Have questions? Ask in the comments section of my profile.


posted by David Selman
edited by David Selman
Hi Robert,

Glad I was able to help in G2G.

Welcome to WikiTree! Per the Relationship Finder, it appears that we are likely 7th cousins once removed via René Forest and Françoise Dugas, your 6g grandparents and my 7g grandparents. It also indicates that we appear to share 38 additional common ancestors (I've found that the Acadian endogamy makes it difficult to triangulate and map specific DNA segments to a specific ancestor). I've recently tested at AncestryDNA, so when my results there are completed, it will be interesting to see if you and I share enough DNA there to be considered DNA matches (I have previously tested at FTDNA and have uploaded those results to GEDmatch and, more recently, uploaded them to MyHeritage). When you get settled in here, if you're not already considering it, you should consider joining the Acadians Project. While I'm not currently a member of that project, I'd like to participate in that project (and some other projects) at some point. But I'm currently enjoying participating in the France Project with my discretionary time (I've only recently found my Acadian ancestral links).

posted by Rick Peterson
It will be interesting to see if we share any DNA. My paternal line would definitely be my quickest path back to René Forest, the one with the fewest number of generations. I will descend from René at least 3 times on my dad's side. Can't remember on my mom's side. I have Acadian ancestors on both sides, given where I grew up.
posted by Robert Daigle
That's about the same degree of relationship that I have with my wife.  :-)

I just discovered this tool last evening. It definitely inspires me to transfer my 1-French Roots Project to this WikiTree. Only problem is that I have over 25,000 people in that tree. It will take a while.

posted by Robert Daigle
Wiki Tree is all you need. Yes that would take a while. I think there is a limit on the size of GEDCOM you can import at one time,I am sure if you ask for help with the task in the G2G forum you will get a good number of eager,expert volunteers to provide assistance.I also am sure that a Great many of the 25,000 already have profile here.still it will a big job to add what your research has uncovered. Keep at it Cousin! I am glad you are here.  :)
posted by James Collins
I am curios about her relationship to me.Or at least to her Soule connection.
posted by James Collins
My wife's Wiki ID is Ledien-1. Not a common last name apparently! You are 11th cousins, but will eventually be more closely related once I add her Emery line in. It will take a while!
posted by Robert Daigle

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