↑ BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CENSUS-BURIAL: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 1405; own copy. #(12); p. 1405
↑ Title: Catholic Church Records, vol. 1a: Acadian Records, 1707-1748; Author: Diocese of Baton Rouge; Publication: Diocese, 1999. The Registers of St. Charles aux Mines in Acadia, from Grand Pré, carried into exile to St. Gabriel Church of Iberville, LA. Personal copy in possession of Jacqueline Girouard; pp. 127 & 175-176
Joseph ROBICHAUX, of the parish of Kobeghitr [Cobiguit?], son of Charles [ROBICHAUX] & Marie BOURG, married on 30 Apr 1726 to Clere [Claire] LEBLANC, daughter of Andre [LE BLANC] & Marie DUGAS. Witnesses: Joseph ROBUCHAUX; Pierre ROBUCHAUX; Joseph LEBLANC; Jean LEBLANC (all of these signed with X); Joseph ROBUCHAUX (signed); Clere LEBLANC (signed with X).
Recorded as (SGA-2, 240).
↑ Albert J. Robichaux, THE ACADIAN EXILES IN ST. MALO; 1758-1785; pt 1, vol. II, Eunice, LA, Hebert Publications, 1981; p. 711, family #834; own copy.
↑ White, Stephen A. Dictionnaire généalogique des familles acadiennes, "Ajouts et corrections"; Publication: University of Moncton, Centre d'études acadiennes; Online, p. 175
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