Jason GrantHonor Code Signatory
Signed 4 Dec 2019 | 2,615 contributions | 54 thank-yous | 1,501 connections
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 has published his first book titled "Bernardin and the First Mission of Nepisiguit" a book about one the first Récollet Fathers in Nouvelle-France.
Buntanas! Blood relation
Grant of Grant, Clann Phàdraig. House of Tullochgorum
Paternal Line Grants of Tullochgorum of the Chiefly line.
Tulllochgorum (Blue hill) The ancient seat of the Grants of Tulluchgorum is situated at Duthil near Grantown on Spey. The ancient ruins (cairns) are still visible to this day. I am a direct descendant of the Chiefly line who comes from this place. click on the link below to see the Tullochgorum standing stones and the Cairn location.
Looking at a map of the area, Clann Grant historians will see various family branch seats of the Clann Grant all around this sacred place such at the following:
Grant Clan DNA kit# 82582
Scottish Gaelic "Gràdh mo shinnsirean".
Mi'gmaq "Gneg wetagutijig ma'munigsalatl".
Français "L'amour de mes ancêtres".
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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Categories: Clan Grant | Grant Name Study
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We are related though our mothers' French Canadian families, 8C1R.
And the Reliable sources page: https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Acadians_Project_Reliable_Sources And one of my favorites for research: https://gw.geneanet.org/katheriot?lang=en&m=S&nz=theriot&pz=frederick+joseph&ocz=1&n=bourg&p=
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