Jason Grant loves family, history and is a proud descendant of Scottish Nobility, French pioneers in Nouvelle France and many ancestral North American Indigenous grandfathers and grandmothers.
Jason is a historian and writer who studies Mi'gmaq (Mi'kmaq) language having lived in a Mi'gmaq community for 24 years. He also loves researching Acadian history and is writing a book about one the first Récollet Fathers in Nouvelle France.
Scottish Gaelic "Gràdh mo shinnsirean".
Mi'gmaq "Gneg wetagutijig ma'munigsalatl".
Français "L'amour de mes ancêtres".
https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Abenaki-7 Penobscot 9th grandfather
https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Aubois-2 Mi'gmaq 9th grandmother
https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Pitre-3091 Mi'gmaq 3rd great grandmother
Jason is also working with other genealogists on the Acadian Village Project that highlights the families of the homes and businesses on display in the village. You can see how many families you are related to through this fun and unique project.
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Jason is 24 degrees from Elon Musk, 24 degrees from Walter Bentley, 31 degrees from Bertha Benz, 21 degrees from David Buick, 19 degrees from Walter Chrysler, 28 degrees from Raymond Dennis, 22 degrees from Henry Ford, 29 degrees from Assar Gabrielsson, 19 degrees from Sam McLaughlin, 30 degrees from René Panhard, 31 degrees from Hub van Doorne and 25 degrees from Maureen Wilkins on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.