Alice (Everson) Rice
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Alice (Everson) Rice

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Alice A. Rice formerly Everson aka Bolduc, Law
Born 1950s.
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Sister of [half], [private brother (1930s - unknown)] [half], [private brother (1940s - unknown)] [half], [half], [private sister (1950s - unknown)] [half], [private brother (1950s - unknown)] [half], [half], [half], [half], [private sister (1960s - unknown)] [half] and [private brother (1970s - unknown)] [half]
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Mother of [private daughter (1970s - unknown)], [private daughter (1970s - unknown)] and [private son (1970s - unknown)]
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Biography

Please enjoy this short story of the Berthiaume Family!!

Short Story of the Berthiaume Famly From: The Blessed Sacrament Father's Gooding Ave., Leicester, England LE3-1JS June, 1968

THE NAME: The name in France was and still is spelt Bertheaume, with an "e". The 3rd or 4th Generation in Canada began spelling it Berthiaume. Today in the United States and Canada the spelling is mostly Berthiaume. Today in the United States, we also find the following changes; Berttro, Brigham. The name seems to be of Saxton origin. Thus, Berht or (Berth) meaning Brilliant and Helm meaning helmet. This would suggest that the first man to whom was giving, Berhthelm, was either; 1.) a Saxon solider (with a brilliant helmet) in the service of France as a mercenary; or that he was; 2.) one of the Northmen ( Normands) from Scandinavia, who invaded the North of France in the 9th century, and stayed there. BAS-POITOU; The Bertheaume family is found in Bas-Poitou at the beginging of the 15th century. Some say that it originated there. In 1600 the family separated into many branches. One "branch" went to Normandy. A "twig" of this branch migrated to Canada. His name was Jacques, son of Pierre Bertheaume and Jacqueline Brion. He was born in 1632 in the Parish of St Benin, Diocese of Bayeux, Calvados, Normandy, France. CANADA: Jacques Bertheaume came to Canada abt the yr 1663, docking at Quebec City. He seems to have been a skillful fisherman. He was also a lumberjack and a maker of charcoal, besides being a farmer. At the census of 1666 he is called "habit-ant", which indicates that he already was a landowner. By the time of his death he was one of the richest landowners of Quebec Region. He owned what is today the City of Ste. Foye and more besides. The parish church and cemetery of Ste. Foye are on part of his land. It extended on the south towards the vallage of Sillery and the famous 'Pont de Quebec'; on the North it descended behind the city up to the present Railroad tracks of the Canaian Pacific. Near the church "Notre-Dame de Foy", opposite the Rectory is a street called "Avenue Jacques Bertheaume". Presumably, this was the road leading to the home of Jacques. After living in Canada some 44 yrs., he died at Ste Foye on July 9 1707. This can be verified in the Parish Records. Jacques had also lived in nearby village of Cap Rouge.... where Jacques Cartier, The Great Explorer had hibernated in 1541-1542. Jacques contracted marriage on Nov. 5th, 1667 in Quebec to Catherine Bohomme. She was only 12 yrs, 1 month and 15 days old at the time. The actual marriage must had taken place in 1670. Their first child was born in 1671. They had 7 children. All Bertheaume's in Canada and the USA descend from Jacques. His descendants to this day, a span of over 300 yrs. number in the tens of thousands to this day. Our Bertheaume line lived in Canada almost 200 yrs. They inhabited mostly the towns and villages between Quebec and Montreal, along the beautiful and majestic St. Lawrence River: Namely, Cap Rouge, Lorette, Yamachilche, Louiseville and Pointe du Lac. The most of our Canadian ancestors were farmers. UNITED STATES: The children of Augustin II (Generation VII A), after their father's death, came to the US with their Uncle Louis-Joseph and his children ( Generation VII B). They settled in Massachusetts.... all of them within 20 miles from Worcester. The yrs seems to be between 1845 and 1847. The descendants of these 12 pioneers, ( 7 men and 5 woman) are legions. The purpose of this study is to give and outline of the descendants of the 12 first "American" ancestors; Joseph A, Domitilda, Augustin III, Severe; and Louise (m. Collum), Marguerite (m. Berthiaume), Antonie, Louis , Zoe (m. Morway), Moise and Barbara (M. Barill). Dommitilda (M. Jos Moussotte). This is what was sent to me. Still a lot work has to be done.

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  • First-hand information. Entered by Alice Everson at registration. Alice was born in 1952. Alice Everson ... [1] Everson, Alice, "Birth Cerit.

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Thx you Debi for your help.. All infomation is more knowledge and very much appreciated . I'll be reading all info on pre- 1700's and hope to make better decisions in the future. Thx again.
posted by Alice (Everson) Rice
Hi Alice,

Thanks for all your work on WikiTree. I noticed that you are adding profiles for the pre-1700 ancestors you have found in your search. Congratulations on getting back that far!

Since you are now back in the time period where many people can be descended from those ancestors, we need more details in your source area. As collaborative genealogists, we need to use reliable sources to provide evidence for the profiles. That lets us work together to create the most accurate profiles

The Sources - Examples section more fully explains what information needs to be included in source citations for pre-1700 profiles and the Pre-1700 Profile FAQ explains more about reliable soruces.

We're looking for reliable sources to add to the various lists. Would your source be a good addition?

Thanks,

Debi

posted by Debi (McGee) Hoag
Hi Alice,

The Willcoxson surname appeared on other information that had been previously introduced to me. I missed a step on how to correct that information. I've updated the profile and think its ready to be merged. Thank you for all of your great work.

posted by Doug Pilant
Hi Alice

I noticed you chose our Integrators Challenge this month. Could you do us a favor and go here to sign up officically: https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/673286/wikitreers-join-the-integrators-challenge-september-2018

And if you can please add your name and WikiTree ID to the participant's page for us here: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Project:Integrators_Challenge Also, you can put a sticker on your profile You can do so by adding the words Integrators Challenge with the {{ }} in front and back, in your biography.

Thank you and Good Luck!! Dorothy ~ Integrators Project Coordinator

posted by Dorothy Barry
Cristoiu-2 (Kit # H582561) and Everson-407 (kit # 525256) have this as a DNA match but can't figure out how we are related.

Largest segment = 27.8 cM Total of segments > 7 cM = 88.5 cM 4 matching segments Estimated number of generations to MRCA = 3.7

655734 SNPs used for this comparison.

Comparison took 0.27233 seconds. Ver: Apr 23 2017 21:26:52

posted by Alice (Everson) Rice
Hi I would like to invite you again this year to join the 2018 Spring Clean-a-Thon and join the Team Tennessee Volunteers 2018 Spring Clean-a-Thon this year I am going to be the leader like I was for Team Tennessee 2017 Source-a-Thon. I will also be the leader of Team Tennessee Volunteers 2018 Source-a-Thon too this year. Notice the change in the name of the team. Here is our free space page:https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Team_Tennessee_Volunteers_-_2018_Spring_Clean-a-Thon. It is April 21 - 23. You need to register for this by April 19th that is the last day to register.

Star this is the link you need to go to and The registration deadline is April 19, 2018, at 12:01 am. Note: Please post as an answer not as a comment. Thanks! https://www.wikitree.com/g2g/586403/will-you-participate

posted by [Living Barnett]
Thank you for the merge of Marie Fontaine. However, I changed back her name to remove the middle name. At that time, the fr. canadians used both names as a first name (See the Quebecois project for more info).
posted by Cindy (Bourque) Cooper
Thanks for the quick merge. I have no idea why her name didn't pop up when I went to add in Tardif's parents. His father didn't, either.
posted by Chris Ferraiolo
Hi Alice: The Ontario Project is identifying Ontario politicians and adding information and categories to their profiles, which is why I've been working on the profile you manage for Andrew Monteith. If you have any questions, please drop me a line. Thanks!
posted by Laurie Cruthers
Thanks for the merge! We're eleventh cousins now. Let's see how much closer we can get as we consolidate profiles!
posted by Karen Lowe
Hi Alice! I'm finding lots of duplicate profiles in France and Quebec. Could you help me search for them and propose the merges? I don't want to just clobber you with dozens of emails.

We don't put the dit names as part of the Last Name at Birth, so you wouldn't have found them at creation time with the longer last names. When you're creating more French language profiles, you can search for the first several characters with a wildcard, such as Boucher*

I know you'll fit more closely into our family tree once we merge the duplicates back into a single profile for each ancestor. It will be great to see your DNA test appearing on even more ancestor and cousin profiles. Thanks for your help!

Karen Tobo, WikiTree leader & mentor

posted by Karen Lowe

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