Andre Jacques (Simon) Simon dit Boucher migrated from France to Acadia.
Andre Jacques Simon dit Boucher, whose parents are currently unknown, was born about 1663 in France. He was a butcher. Around 1688, he married Marie Martin, daughter of Barnabé Martin and Jeanne Pelletret. 
He first appears in Acadie on the census of 1693 in Port-Royal as "Jacques LE Boucher" age 30 years. He subsequently appears on the censuses of 1698, age 33 years, 1700, Jacques BOUCHER, age 37 years and 1701, Andre Simon, a widower, age 35 years (sic).
Madeleine (dit BOUCHER) SIMON b: ABT 1693 in Port Royal
Charles SIMON dit Boucher b: ABT 1696 in Port Royal
Paul SIMON b: ABT 1699 in Port Royal
Anne SIMON b: 23 Nov 1702 in Port Royal
Marie Josephe [dit BOUCHER] SIMON b: 6 Dec 1705 in Port Royal
Marguerite SIMON dit Boucher b: 10 Jun 1709 in Port Royal,
Andre SIMON (dit Boucher) II b: 12 Mar 1713 in Port Royal
↑ 1.01.1 Stephen A. White, "Dictionnaire Genealogique des Familles Acadiennes" (2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: centre d'Etudes acadiennes, 1999), pp. 1128 & 1469
↑ Bona Arsenault , HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; p. 800 (Port Royal). Andre' SIMON dit BOUCHER (no parents given), born in 1665, arrived in Acadia around 1686, married around 1688 to Marie MARTIN; they had nine children.
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