|Family affected||Page||Summary||Profile(s)||Issue mentioned|
|Certier, Sertier||pp. 70, 160||Name Anglicized/families mixed together in Sarty, Sartie, Etc.||Sertier-1 and descendants||P. 70|
|Elizabeth Robar Leau (AKA Vienot)||p. 170||Listed as the daughter of Christophe James Vienot Punch believes she is but in Bell's Register she is an illegitimate daughter. Birth in Bell's Register, p.167, is listed as Illegtimate and her name is Robar.||(inline)||Not mentioned|
|Daré||p.77, p.106, p.170, p.78||Failure to recognize that there are 2 Catherine Darés||Catherine Darey Legge (entire family worked sources added). Need to check everyone for matches.|
- Certier and Sertier, p.70, "In Nova Scotia this name was anglicized to Sarty. A second Sarty family derives from the Sertier family..."
- Catherine and Catherine Daré - There is a Catherine who arrives as a child, born abt. 1746 (Bell's Register family Daré p.84). Shankles has her baptized 1752 (he uses Wrights, Pioneers and Planters. She will marry in 1768 to Frédérique Jeaudry. Then there is a Catherine Margaret Darée born to them in 1776 who will marry William Edward Legge in 1785. The two Catherines are sometimes treated as one (paraphrased from Jim O'Connor).