Ambroise dit Barnabe Martin was born on September 5 1706 at Port Royal Acadia (Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada) and baptized on the 26th of that same month. He married twice. Around 1732 he married Anne Cyr, daughter of Pierre Cyr and Claire Cormier. They had a son Joseph dit Barnabe, who eventually migrated to Louisiana. Around 1741 Ambroise married Emilienne Comeau, daughter of Jean Baptiste Comeau and Anne-Marie Thibodeau. It is not certain where Ambroise died. Some trees has him dying in Louisiana but no source provided. His name could not be found in the Wall of Names Booklet published by the Wall of Names at the Acadian Memorial committee, St. Martinville, Louisiana, nor on their website.Ambroise Barnabé Martin dit Barnabé
(1) List of French Acadians Livings as Prisoners 1763; Date: 12 Aug 1763
Ambroise MARTIN (BARNABE), s/o Rene'/Marie MEUNIER, m. to Anne CYR and secondly to Emilienne COMMEAU. Nine Children of both marriages. Family lived at Malpeque, Ile St-Jean in 1742.
N771RG 1 Vol. 26 p.53 Justinien Durand Priest; 26 September 1706 Baptism of Ambroise Martin born 15 September 1706, baptised by Sebastien Brau; René Martin dit Barnabé Father; Marie Meunier Mother; Jean Brau and Marie Prejean daughter of Jean Prejean, wife of Antoine Tibodeau Godparents
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