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Marie-Rose Doiron (1765 - aft. 1807)

Marie-Rose Doiron aka Pitre
Born in St. Énogat (now Dinard), near St. Malo, Brittany, Francemap
Ancestors ancestors
Wife of — married about 1785 in Rustico, Prince Edward Islandmap
Descendants descendants
Died after in Rustico, Prince Edward Island,Canadamap
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Biography

Marie-Rose was born in 1765. She is the daughter of Madeleine-Josèphe Bourg and the 10th offspring of Alexis Doiron. See the biography of her younger brother Joseph, regarding the records showing that the latter was supposedly born exactly 6 months after Marie Rose.

Marriage

Husband: Alexis Doiron
Wife: Madeleine Josephe Bourg
Child: Marie Rose Doiron
Marriage Date: 20 Jul 1758
Place: Pointe Prime,Isle St Jean,Acadie,Canada

Source: #S-1792403613 Page: 1755: The History and the Stories Data: Date: c2006 Note: http://cfml.ci.umoncton.ca/1755-html/indexc15f.html?id=010805000&lang=en&style=G&admin=false&linking= Note: Data: Text: Alexis Doiron (1723-?)Alexis Doiron, son of Louis Doiron and Marguerite Barrieau, was born in Pigiguit in former Acadie in 1723. In 1745, he married his first wife, Marguerite Thibodeau, with whom he had two children. During the uncertain period before the Deportation of the Acadians, Alexis took refuge in île Saint-Jean (today's Prince Edward Island) with his family. In 1750, Alexis was a widower and living with his mother in Grande-Anse. In 1758 he married his second wife, Madeleine Bourg, daughter of François Bourg and Marguerite Hébert of Cobéquit. At the end of November 1758, Alexis and his family were deported to France along with the majority of the 5,000 Acadians who lived in île Saint-Jean. Alexis and Madeleine had three children while they were in France. In the 1770s, Alexis and his family returned to settle in the Rustico region of île Saint-Jean, where they had five more children.


Sources

  • Arsenault, Georges. 1996. "The Saga of Alexis Doiron." The Island Magazine, No. 39 (Spring/Summer):12-18. Also posted online at [1] and at [2].
  • Bernard, Jean. 2012. Généalogie des familles acadiennes de l’Île-du-Prince-Édouard c. 1764-c. 1900. Vol. III. Baie de Malpèque PE : Édité par l’auteur. Pages 1502-1503. And 2015, Vol. VI, pp. 3739-3740.
  • Robichaux, Albert J., Jr. 1981. The Acadian Exiles in Saint-Malo 1758-1785. 3 vols. Eunice, LA: Hebert Publications. See vol. 1, Family Genealogies A-G, pp. 266-268.

Acknowledgements

  • Entered by John deRoche, Jan 22, 2012 & July 13, 2013.


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mother's death date needs to agree with children's birth dates.
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