Greg Lavoie
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Greg Lavoie

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Greg R. Lavoie
Born 1980s.
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Son of [private father (1940s - unknown)] DNA confirmed and
Brother of [private sister (1980s - unknown)]
[children unknown]
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Descendant of Catherine de Baillon.
Descendant of Louis Jolliet.

The table below provides information on my progress in identifying my direct ancestors. The oldest generation comprising a full set of my direct ancestors is my 4th great-grandparents, which I completed in May 2017. I've moved additional information about family connections to separate free space pages, for the sake of brevity on this profile. For those interested in learning more about my ancestors in New France, please see my page linked here. I also maintain a page entitled Greg Lavoie's Notable Family that goes beyond ancestral relationships and details notable cousin connections.

Gen. # Direct Relation to Self Dates of Birth Matches # # Identified in WikiTree % Identified in WikiTree Total # Total # Identified Total % Identified
1Parent1940s to 1950ssiblings22100%22100%
2grandparent1910s to 1930s1st Cousins44100%66100%
3great grandparent1878 to 19102nd Cousins88100%1414100%
42nd great grandparent1832 to 18883rd Cousins1616100%3030100%
53rd great grandparent1791 to 18634th Cousins3232100%6262100%
64th great grandparent1758 to 18385th Cousins6464100%126126100%
75th great grandparent1724 to 18156th Cousins12811489.1%25424093.8%
86th great grandparent1660 to 17887th Cousins25620379.3%510[1][2][3]44386.9%

Results from Y chromosomal testing confirm my lineage genetically along the direct paternal line going back to the early 17th century.[4]

Current Project

Since late 2022, I've been working on creating and connecting profiles for engravers, medallists and sculptors, especially those whose work inolved numismatic designs. So far, I've connected the following individuals:


  1. Joseph Pierre Braemt (1796-1864)
  2. Leopold Wiener (1823-1891)


  1. Pierre Joseph Tiolier (1763-1819)
  2. Nicolas Pierre Tiolier (1784-1843)
  3. Jean Jacques Barre (1793-1855)
  4. Eugène André Oudiné (1810-1887)
  5. Jean Auguste Barre (1811-1896)
  6. Désiré Albert Barre (1818-1878)
  7. Charles Camille Chazal (1825-1875)
  8. Paul Jacques Aimé Baudry (1828-1886)
  9. Jules Clément Chaplain (1839-1909)
  10. Nicolas Olivier Luc (Talbot) Merson (1846-1920)
  11. Louis Oscar Roty (1846-1911)
  12. Jean Baptiste Daniel Dupuis (1849-1899)
  13. Henri Auguste Jules Patey (1855-1930)
  14. Charles Albert Walhain (1877-1936)
  15. Edmond Dulac (1882-1953)
  16. André Henri Lavrillier (1885-1958)
  17. Robert Eugène (Pougheon) Poughéon (1886-1955)
  18. Lucien Georges Bazor (1889-1974)
  19. Pierre Louis Aristide Turin (1891-1968)

United Kingdom

  1. William Dyce (1806-1864)

United States

  1. Adolph Alexander Weinman (1870-1952)


  1. Joseph Lessart, Marie Vachon, and Augustin Jacques are counted twice in the cumulative total, as they are both my 5th and 6th great-grandparents.
  2. Jacques Gaumond's parents are included but considered uncertain
  3. Jean Guillaume Corriveau and Françoise Bruneau are counted twice due to consanguinity
  4. Direct paternal lineage confirmed by matching 64 of 67 segments between Gregory Lavoie and Gil Lavoie. The most recent common ancestor is René de la Voye

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DNA Connections
It may be possible to confirm family relationships by comparing test results with Greg or other carriers of his ancestors' Y-chromosome or mitochondrial DNA. Y-chromosome DNA test-takers in his direct paternal line on WikiTree: Mitochondrial DNA test-takers in the direct maternal line:
  • Greg Lavoie: Family Tree DNA mtDNA Test Full Sequence, haplogroup H33a, FTDNA kit #662409
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Greg:

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Greg, Thanks for responding to the check in. We are sorry to hear you cannot be an active member. I will remove your badge.

if you’d like to rejoin at any stage you would be most welcome to do so by answering the G2G sign-up post here.

Mary~ Project Coordinator, Military and War

posted by Mary Richardson
I sent you a check-in message a week ago about the Military and War Project to ask you about your continued involvement but have no yet heard back from you. Do you still want to be in the project?

If I don’t hear from you by the same time next week I’ll assume that you’ve moved on to other things but you’re most welcome to re-join the project at any time.

Looking forward to hearing from you,

Mary, Project Coordinator, Military and War Project

posted by Mary Richardson
You can remove me from the project.
posted by Greg Lavoie
Hi Greg

This is the time for the annual 2024 check in with members of the Military and War Project. Have you been active during the last six months in the Military and War Project? Note that it is a requirement to respond to the Military and War Project Check-ins. Please respond to this message by clicking the reply button below this message, to post your answer. I look forward to hearing from you..

Many thanks,

Mary, Project Coordinator, Military & War

posted by Mary Richardson

I see several profiles in the "Lavoie" line marked as "DNA Confirmed" but the profiles don't seem seem to have DNA confirmation statements.

posted by David Brodeur
Thank you, Greg, for catching the need for a merge of Theresa Faucher and Foucher. Theresa is an ancestor of mine so this will help my ancestry record, thus a bit of a selfish reason here, please forgive. Good work in finding that.

Bob Faubert

posted by Bob Faubert
edited by Bob Faubert
It's time for the One Place Studies Project Check-In!

We've put together a survey for you to fill out to check in with you, it will only take a moment as there are only a few questions. Filling out the survey lets us know you are still interested in coordinating your study and provides an opportunity for you to share any suggestions you may have for the project.

If you have decided to step away from your study, please reply to this comment to that effect.

posted by Azure Robinson
Hi Greg. I just wanted to thank your so very much for your contributions to my profile ancestors this week during the WikiTree Challenge. I suspected we might be related, and we are through Abraham Dugas - but then - I bet you already knew this:) Thanks again.
posted by Roberta Estes
Hi Greg,

Thank you for contributing to my tree during the WikiTree Challenge this week! Yvette Hoitink

posted by Yvette Hoitink

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