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La Souche Caplan

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Caplan, Gaplanji'jg - Traditional Aboriginal variant.
La Souche Caplan
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Contents

Welcome

La Souche Caplan welcomes you.
NOTE: mtDNA testers, please see Caplan mtDNA Setup for detailed instructions on how to configure your settings and DNA information at FamilyTreeDNA, WikiTree, and mitoYDNA.

Origin Story

We open with a few words from White, of course; we add citations for the key commentators who have wisely chosen to cite White: Mallet, Jean, Comeau, ...
[...] is one of four daughters of Guillaume Capela and Unknown Mi'kmaq.[1][2][3][4][5]
"Together they had four children. Three of these children (Marguerite, Catherine and Madeleine) are noted as being ancestors to a number of Acadian families in the Gaspésie area. [...] Madeleine Caplan [...] was a sister of Marguerite, Marie Louise, and Catherine."[1]
Descendant
Descendant of Guillaume Capela and his native wife Unknown Mi'kmaq.
Guillaume Capela (abt.1672-aft.1758) and Unknown (Mi'kmaq) Caplan (abt.1680-).
Marguerite Caplan (abt.1701-abt.1752)
m. (abt 1720) François Talbot Larocque (1700-1752)
Catherine Caplan (abt.1705-1753)
m. (1730) Pierre Joseph Huard (1705-abt.1761)
Marie Louise Caplan (1704-1753)
  1. m. (bef. 1731) François Huard (abt.1700-abt.1740)
  2. m. (1740) Claude Louis Lalande (abt.1695-1765)
Madeleine Caplan (aft.1708-aft.1765)
m. (uncertain) Olivier Michel (abt.1699-aft.1765)
Biographical Note
The sisters Marguerite, Catherine, and Madeleine Caplan are the ancestors of many Acadian families in the Gaspé peninsula and in northern New Brunswick, including the Mallets, the Lanteignes, the Mailloux's, the Roussys, as well as certain branches of the Langlois, Duguay, and Albert families."[6]
According to White, "The sister relationships were determined by review of dispensations for marriages among their descendants.[7]

The Caplan sons are less certain, genealogically.[8]
Jean Caplan
m. (abt. 1730) Unknown Amerindienne
  1. Jean (abt. 1744)
  2. Alexis (abt. 1745)
m. (abt. 1746) Marie-Anne Dominique, a native woman
  1. Jean Baptiste (abt. 1754)
  2. Marie (abt. 1755)
  3. Marguerite (abt. 1765-1805)
  4. Catherine (abt. 1767)
Ambroise Caplan
m. (abt. 1720) Unknown Mi'kmaq
  1. Anne (Nanette) (abt. 1760)
  2. Jean Pierre (abt. 1757)
  3. François (abt. 1725)
  4. Marie Josephte (abt. 1725)
  5. Marie Charlotte (abt. 1745)
  6. Simon (unknown)

Descendant
To show that someone is a Caplan descendant, add the following line of code at the start of a line in that profile. Of course, you can edit it to include a line of descent.
{{Descendant|id=[[Capela-3|Guillaume Capela]] and [[Mi'kmaq-11|Unknown Mi'kmaq]]}}

mtDNA Legacy

Unknown Mi'kmaq's legacy is being borne out by her daughters' descendants;[9] they are building family trees, and taking DNA tests[10][11][12]. Genetic and genealogical research continues.[13][14]
Tallbear, K.,"Native American DNA."[15]
Xiaoming Zhao, et al. "A Late Pleistocene human genome from Southwest China" [16]


mtDNA haplogroup C1c

At FamilyTreeDNA, there are 26 mtDNA results that claim descent from a Caplan sister. There are 22 who are a Full Spectrum (GD=0) match amongst themselves, 4 who are GD=1 matches, and one who is GD=3. Not all of these mtDNA test results have joined the usual FTDNA projects where other C1c test results can be found and compared.
  • For Caplan descendants, there are detailed instructions to configure your C1c test kit information at FamilyTreeDNA, WikiTree, mitoYDNA, and YFull in Caplan mtDNA Setup.
See these Caplan mtDNA studies to further consider testers' maternal lines. The "relatives" represent lines found in Gaspe, Sillery, Acadia, Maine, Newfoundland, Georgia, Tennessee, Indiana, Mississippi, and further back to Mexico and South America:
These WikiTree categories includes a listing of people who have been categorized as Haplogroup C1c, and more specifically with "Full Spectrum" matches (GD=0).
[[Category:C1c FS mtDNA Haplogroup]]
[[Category:MtDNA haplogroup C1c]]
{{First Peoples Canada Sticker|nation= MtDNA haplogroup C1c}}
Presentations of Haplogroup C1c in a phylotree
GenBank Record for haplogroup C1c[17]
GenBank Sequences: C1c[18]
Yfull C1c tree.[19]
Yfull C1c10a tree.[20]


If you are one of the existing Caplan descendants who has taken an mtDNA test at FTDNA, then I encourage you to follow this link to learn how to maximize your Caplan experience on WikiTree by joining FTDNA research groups, adding your kit info at WikiTree, creating a kit at mitoYDNA, and uploading your mtDNA to YFull for analysis and assignment to the correct subclade: Caplan mtDNA Setup



First Nations of Canada

Traditional distribution of Aboriginal groups based on historical evidence
Perego's study of migration routes from Beringia.[21]
A concise history of Canadian indigenous people.[22]
Une présence millénaire[23]
The image at right offers an overview of the native territories.[24] Note, in particular, the territories of the Mi'kmaq, Abenaki, Beothuk, and Innu.
See also Interactive Map Shows Which Indigenous Lands You Are Living On.


Mi'kmaq

Mi'kmaq Flag.
Our ancestor, Unknown (Mi'kmaq) Caplan has been deemed to have been a member of the Mi'kmaq nation, based on commentary in the extant literature. Some literature hints that she may have been Abenaki or Innu (Montagnais), but we are currently working on the assumption that she was Mi'kmaq.
N.B. In the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation, the author makes no claim to Mi'kmaq status, nor does he claim any expertise in regard to the Mi'kmaq people. In the same spirit, the author hopes only to acknowledge his ancient heritage which has been so long denied.
Three articles by Mario Mimeault at EncycloBec:
Les Micmacs au XVIIe siècle. Les premiers contacts[25]
Les Micmacs aux XVIIIe et XIXe siècles. Traditions versus modernité[26]
Les Micmacs au XXe siècle. La renaissance[27]
See also: Memorial University of Newfoundland - Digital Archives Initiative

Métis

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Metis Flag.
In the early years, the French used the word "métis" to describe someone of mixed French and indigenous ancestry. This "métis" is not the same as "Métis Nation" of western Canada, which is defined differently and is much more recent. [28]
In a 2016 decision, Daniels v Canada (Indian Affairs and Northern Development), the Supreme Court of Canada stated in par. 17:[29]
There is no consensus on who is considered Métis or a non-status Indian, nor need there be. Cultural and ethnic labels do not lend themselves to neat boundaries. 'Métis' can refer to the historic Métis community in Manitoba's Red River Settlement or it can be used as a general term for anyone with mixed European and Aboriginal heritage. Some mixed-ancestry communities identify as Métis, others as Indian:
There is no one exclusive Metis People in Canada, anymore than there is no one exclusive Indian people in Canada. The Metis of eastern Canada and northern Canada are as distinct from Red River Metis as any two peoples can be. ... As early as 1650, a distinct Metis community developed in LeHeve [sic], Nova Scotia, separate from Acadians and Micmac Indians. All Metis are aboriginal people. All have Indian ancestry.
Among the sources we cite who discuss the Métis families and communities are Comeau[4], Jean[3], Mallet[2], Martel[30], and Mimeault.[31]
We make special mention here of Jean Huard (abt.1736-1801), son of Marie Louise Caplan, to illustrate that the Metis designation was already in use among our relatives as early as 1761, long before Louis Riel (1844-1885). In the record for the baptism of Jean's daughter, Geneviève (26 July 1761), the father is listed as Jean Hyard le Metif (the Metis). [32][33] [34]
N.B. In the spirit of Truth and Reconciliation, the author makes no claim to Métis or métis status, nor does he claim any expertise in regard to the Métis or métis people.
Métis space: Métis page
[https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Metis Metis]
[[Category:Métis]]
{{First Peoples Canada Sticker|nation= Métis}}
A piece of music that I enjoy is "Métis Nation Song from Claude Aubin.

Abenaki

Abenaki Couple
Eastern Abenaki were in Maine and the St John River valley in NB. Western Abenaki were in CT, MA, NH, NY. and VT but many retreated into southern Quebec. According to Wikipedia "The Abenaki settled in the Sillery region of Quebec between 1676 and 1680, and subsequently, for about twenty years, lived on the banks of the Chaudière River near the falls, before settling in Odanak and Wôlinak in the early eighteenth century". A linguist might identify the language from studying the surnames, however, the Abenaki and Mi'kmaq languages are related.[35]
We are interested in the Abenaki people because of the possibility that our Unknown Mi'kmaq might be Abenaki rather than Mi'kmaq. We observe that Marie Olivier Sylvestre Manit8be8ich may have been Abenaki. We further observe that the Thomas Lefebvre and his sons lived outside of Sillery, which was an Abenaki encampment at the time.
WikiTree Abenaki category includes a listing of all WikiTree profiles identified as being members of the Abenaki nation.
See also, in Les Seigneuries, "Seigneurie de Sillery", Seigneurie de Becancourt", and Seigneurie de St-François".

Beothuk

Beothuk Shield.
Beothuk came to Newfoundland from Labrador. Around 1000 A.D., the Beothuk came into contact with Norse explorers in Newfoundland. In 1497, John Cabot came into contact. The Beothuk were called "Red Indians" because of their custom of using red ochre to adorn their bodies, clothes, and even their canoes. The Beothuk found themselves in competition with incoming explorers, settlers, and the Mi'kmaq people who also inhabited Newfoundland.
The Beothuk are significant to La Souche Caplan because several testers have matrilineal lines that go back to male Beothuk partners in Newfoundland and in Nova Scotia . That said, the mtDNA results matches with C1c GD=2. This group of Mi'kmaq and Beothuk will be discussed in the DNA test results section.
WikiTree Beothuk category includes a listing of all WikiTree profiles identified as being members of the Beothuk nation.
See also:

Aylward, Christopher P. "The Beothuk story: European and First Nations narratives of the Beothuk people of Newfoundland" Doctoral (PhD) thesis, Memorial University of Newfoundland. Available under License - The author retains copyright ownership and moral rights in this thesis. Neither the thesis nor substantial extracts from it may be printed or otherwise reproduced without the author's permission. (Accessed 11 Jan 2021) https://research.library.mun.ca/8099/

Saltwire. "Medium matters: Ryerson professor assembling pieces of the Beothuk story in documentary" by Glen Whiffen | Posted: May 16, 2021, 7:50 p.m. | Updated: May 18, 2021, 6:58 a.m. | 7 Min Read | includes trailer. (Accessed 11 Jan 2021) https://www.saltwire.com/atlantic-canada/news/ryerson-professors-documentary-delves-into-controversial-area-of-whether-beothuk-descendants-are-alive-today-100588754/
Beothuk: A Documentary
Synopsis: For over 200 years, European history has taught us that Newfoundland's Beothuk people are extinct. Giving voice to the Indigenous people, archaeologists, genealogists, and historians from across Atlantic Canada, The Beothuk Story debunks this myth. Here, for the first time in Canadian documentary history, the Beothuk people speak for themselves. This is their story.
Director: Christopher Aylward
Writer: Christopher Aylward
Producer: Christopher Aylward
Cinematographer: Mario Antognetti
Editor: David Planche
Country: Canada
Province: NL
Language: English
Runtime: 76 minutes
A history and ethnography of the Beothuk.[36]
Wikipedia: Beothuk language[37]
Tracing ochre : changing perspectives on the Beothuk.[38]
Changing perspectives on the Beothuk.[39]

Innu

The Innu, formerly known as the Montagnais.
Denis Jean mentions that the mother of Michel Haché dit Gallant (abt.1662-1737) was possibly Montagnais.
Montagnais inhabited the north shore of the St Lawrence into Labrador and over to Newfoundland.[citation needed]
The Montagnais and the Beothuk were competitors.[citation needed]
General Catalogue of the entire Montagnais nation[40]

Cherokee

The Cherokee are thought to have emigrated from the Great Lakes region in the mid-1600s.
Among the C1c mtDNA HVR1 matches of Caplan descendants are several descendants of eastern Cherokee.
Cherokee Team
Native Americans: Cherokee
Finding a Cherokee Ancestor
Cherokee Genealogy before 1800

Stickers

Sticker goes anywhere under the Biography heading.
{{First Peoples Canada Sticker|nation=Abenaki}}
{{First Peoples Canada Sticker|nation=Beothuk}}
{{First Peoples Canada Sticker|nation=Innu}}
{{First Peoples Canada Sticker|nation=Metis}}
{{First Peoples Canada Sticker|nation=Mi'kmaq}}
Mi'Kmaq space: Mi'kmaq
[[Space:Mi'Kmaq|Mi'kmaq]]



Territoire des Gaplanji'jg

See also
Micmac place-names in the Maritime Provinces and Gaspé Peninsula[41]

Gaplanji'jg (Caplan)

  • Gaplanji'jg (Caplan). There is a town and a river named Caplan (Gaplanji'jg), on the Baie de Chaleurs, with a founding legend surrounding an old Amerindien named John Caplan, "who has long camped at the mouth of the Caplan".[42]

Gespe’gewa’gi

  • "The Gespe’gewa’gi, which means “last acquired land” is known as the 7th District of the Mi’gma’gi..."[43] in the region now known as the Gaspe peninsula.
    • <ref name="gespegewagi">[https://www.migmawei.ca/an/gespegewagi-district-territory/ Gespe’gewa’gi : Our District Territory] at Migmawei Mawiomi Secretariat.</ref>
  • "Gespe'gewa'gi: The Last Land"[44]
    • <ref name="APTN">APTN (Aboriginal People's Television Network). "Gespe'gewa'gi: The Last Land" (Accessed 24 Oct 2021) https://www.aptn.ca/gespegewagithelastland/</ref>

Gespeg (Land's End)

"Mi’gmaq community in Gaspésie is located at the tip of the peninsula, in Gaspé, and is called Gespeg, which means “land’s end.” The Gespeg First Nation is a community without an assigned reserve..."[45]

Listuguj (Restigouche)

"The name Listuguj, ("river of the long war") is the origin for the name of the Restigouche River, as well as other nearby places also carrying the name Restigouche. Listuguj is also used as a name for one of the Míkmaq orthographies." [46] The "Battle of Restigouche (1760) marked the last naval battle of the French and Indian War (aka Seven Year War).[47][45]

Ka-Miskouaouangachit

L’anse de Sillery, appelée Ka-Miskouaouangachit par les Amérindiens, était un lieu traditionnel de réunion des Montagnais, à cause de sa grande richesse en anguilles.[48]

Mi’kma’ki

  • Mi’kma’ki (Megumaage, Mi’gma’gi, Mi'kma'qi) is the national territory of the Mi'kmaq people. Mi’kma’ki includes the territory that is now known as Nova Scotia; Prince Edward Island; parts of New Brunswick, Maine, and Newfoundland; the Gaspe peninsula; and the islands in the Gulf of Saint Lawrence as well as St. Pierre and Miquelon. They call the region Mi’kma’ki.[49][50]
    • <ref name="mikmaki">[https://www.migmawei.ca/an/gespegewagi-district-territory/ Mi’kma’ki : Our National Territory] at Migmawei Mawiomi Secretariat.</ref>
    • <ref> [https://www.cbu.ca/indigenous-affairs/mikmaq-resource-centre/the-mikmaq/ The Mi'kmaq] at Cape Breton University (CBU).</ref>
MEGUMAAGE. The Home of the Micmac or the True Men
A map of Nova Scotia, showing the Micmac Indian names of various places and other items of interest.[51]


Nipisiguit

Now known as Bathurst, New Brunswick.
Nipisiguit est un mot d'origine amérindienne signifiant «eaux bouillonnantes», «rivière au cours impétueux»

Osa’yana

  • Osa’yana is a Mi’kmaq word for the Beothuk and (or) the Montagnais.[52]

Pabok (Pabos)

Pabok ("eaux dansantes" ou "courant tranquille").[53][54][55]

Pelseg (Percé)

  • Pelseg is the Mi'kmaq name for the "fishing place" now known as Percé.[56]

Sillery

  • Sillery was founded in 1637. Sillery was named for Noël Brûlart de Sillery (1577–1640), Knight of Malta. A wealthy and successful French diplomat, he renounced worldly goods and became a Catholic priest. He provided the funds for the establishment in 1637–1638 of a settlement for First Nations converts to Catholicism.[57] The community was Canada's first Indian reserve.
  • Marie Olivier Manit8ebe8ich is noted in the Introduction to Le Registre de Sillery.[58][59]
  • We might assume that it was last known residence of Michel Olivier Michel (1758-1767).
  • Thomas Lefebvre and his sons, les Seigneurs de Pabos, lived outside of Sillery, learned the Abenaki language, and were royal translators. Thomas stood as parraine in several baptisms found in Le Registre de Sillery.[58]
  • A section of Sillery is known as Saint Louis. Does that account for the dit names of two husbands of Marie Louise Caplan?
  • St. Michel de Sillery Church (Quebec City)[60]

Turtle Island

  • Turtle Island is a name used by many Algonquian- and Iroquoian-speaking peoples to refer to the North American continent.[61]
    • <ref name="TurtleIsland">[https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/turtle-island Turtle Island] at The Canadian Encyclopedia.</ref>
See also: Turtle Island Genealogy



Annotated Bibliography

Annotated bibliography begins.[62]
  • Following is a curated list of books and other sources that can be used in citations in the profiles of people living in Acadia and Gapsé during since as early as the 1600s.
    • Attached are WikiTree <ref> notations that you can copy/paste.

Archives

Bibliothèque et Archives Canada / Library and Archives Canada

  • Bibliothèque et Archives Canada / Library and Archives Canada[63]
    • <ref name="BACLAC">Bibliothèque et Archives Canada / Library and Archives Canada. (Accessed DATE) [https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/...XXXXXX BAC-LAC XXXXXX]</ref>

Bibliotéque et Archives Nationale de Québec - BAnQ

  • BAnQ - Bibliotéque et Archives Nationale de Québec[64]
    • <ref name="BAnQ">BAnQ - Bibliotéque et Archives Nationale de Québec [https://advitam.banq.qc.ca/notice/XXXXXX BAnQ XXXXXX]</ref>

Archives.org

  • List of Inhabitants of the Baie des Chaleurs 1765[65]
    • <ref> List of Inhabitants of the Baie des Chaleurs 1765. https://archive.org/stream/rapport14queb#page/114/mode/2up</ref>

jstor.org

  • Nadon, Pierre. “UNE SEIGNEURIE EN GASPÉSIE AU XVIIIe SIÈCLE.”[66]
    • <ref name="Nadon">Nadon, Pierre. “UNE SEIGNEURIE EN GASPÉSIE AU XVIIIe SIÈCLE.” Proceedings of the Meeting of the French Colonial Historical Society, vol. 11, Michigan State University Press, 1987, pp. 125–35, http://www.jstor.org/stable/45137397</ref>

PatrimoineQuebec.ca

  • Registre journalier des malades de l'Hôtel-Dieu de Québec, Marcel Fournier et Gisèle Monarque, avec la collaboration de Dominique Ritchot et du PRDH] Hôtel-Dieu register from 1689 to 1760. (Accessed 16 Nov 2021) https://patrimoinequebec.ca/Archive/BIBLIOTHEQUE/REGISTRE%20HOTEL-DIEU/mobile/index.html#p=1
    • <ref name="HotelDieu">''Registre journalier des malades de l'Hôtel-Dieu de Québec'', Marcel Fournier et Gisèle Monarque, avec la collaboration de Dominique Ritchot et du PRDH] Hôtel-Dieu register from 1689 to 1760. (Accessed 16 Nov 2021) https://patrimoinequebec.ca/Archive/BIBLIOTHEQUE/REGISTRE%20HOTEL-DIEU/mobile/index.html#p=1</ref>

Church Registers

  • RgSillery[58]
    • <ref name="RgSillery">Hebert, Leo Paul. "Le Registre de Sillery (1638-1690)" Published in collaboration with the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi Foundation. Collection: [https://www.puq.ca/catalogue/collections/liste-tekouerimat-61.html Tekouerimat]. 1994, 440 pages, SF011, ISBN 978-2-7605-0761-6 (paper). ISBN 978-2-7605-2339-5 (PDF).<br /> </ref>
"Le plus ancien manuscrit conservé aux Archives de l'Archevêché de Québec, le Registre de Sillery, constitue une immense banque de données sur le monde amérindien et français du XVIIe siècle. Il s'agit d'un registre de baptêmes, mais on y trouve aussi une foule d'informations sur la stratégie des Jésuites face au monde amérindien."


  • RgPabos[67]
    • <ref name=RgPabos">Registre du St-Famille-de-Pabok.</ref>
  • RgNotreDame
    • Marriage of Joahnn Becker and Marie Anne David[68]
    • <ref name="RgNotreDameBM">Registre de Notre Dame de Québec: Fonds Drouin microfilm # 4M00-0052.</ref>
    • Becker Family[69]
    • <ref name="RgNotreDameBF">Registre de Notre-Dame de Québec, Québec: 1621-1876. Genealogical Society of Utah: Salt Lake, 1980. F[amily] H[istory] L[ibrary] US/CAN Films 1289913-1289915</ref>
  • RgBonaventure[70]
    • <ref name="RgBonaventure">Registre de St-Bonaventure de Bonaventure, Québec: 1791-1839 (Ancestry.com. Quebec Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montréal, Québec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.)</ref>
  • RgCarleton[71]
    • <ref name="RgCarleton">Registre de St-Joseph de Carleton, Québec: 1773-1862 (Ancestry.com. Quebec Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1621-1967 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: The Generations Network, Inc., 2008. Original data: Gabriel Drouin, comp. Drouin Collection. Montréal, Québec, Canada: Institut Généalogique Drouin.)</ref>
  • RgStMichel[72]
    • <ref name="RgStMichel">Registre de St-Michel de Percé [Québec]: 1801-1941. Longueuil, Québec: Diffusion généalogique Pepin [RN-CD45], 2003</ref>
  • RgMontmagny[73]
    • <ref name="RgMontmagny">Registre de St-Thomas-de-la-Pointe-à-la-Caille, Montmagny, Québec: 1679-1876. Genealogical Society of Utah: Salt Lake, 1981. F[amily] H[istory] L[ibrary] US/CAN Film 1304952</ref>
  • Mimeault, Mario: Les registres des baptèmes, mariages et sepultures de la Sainte-Famille de Pabos 1751-1757 et Sainte-Anne de la Restigouche 1759-1795.[31]
    • <ref name="Mimeault">Mimeault, Mario. Les registres des baptêmes, mariages et sépultures de la Sainte-Famille de Pabos, 1751-1757, et Sainte-Anne de la Restigouche, 1759-1795. (This edition was published in 1980 by M. Mimeault in Gaspé.) (One copy of Mimeault can be found at Toronto Reference Library; it can be viewed in the building and photocopied. [https://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/detail.jsp?Entt=RDM1982805&R=1982805 See details.])</ref>
    • <ref name="Mimeault" />
    • <ref>Mimeault, p.XXX.

References

Comeau

Pêcheur normand, famille métisse
  • Comeau, Marc-André. "Pêcheur Normand, Famille Métisse"[4]
    • <ref name="Comeau">Comeau, Marc-André. "Pêcheur Normand, Famille Métisse : Genése de l'installation d'une famille de pêcheurs, les Mallet de d'Acadie, á la baie des Chaleurs." French edition. Published Sept. 7 2021. ISBN 978-2897912758. Published by Septentrion. 287 pages, plus abbreviations, bibliography, index, and table of contents.</ref>
    • <ref name="Comeau" />

Du Calvet

  • Du Calvet, Pierre. Census of 1761[74]
    • <ref name="Calvet-1761>Du Calvet, Pierre. "Livre pour le Denoumbrement de familles Acadiennes refugies de long des Cotes fe L'Acadie (Et de la Gaspésie) 31 Julliet 1761." [ http://www.acadian-home.org/1761-Gaspesie-Refugees-Binder1.pdf PDF Edition] at Acadian Home.</ref>

Jean

Denis Jean
  • Jean, Denis: "Ethnogenese Des Premieres Metis Canadiennes (1603-1763)"[3]
    • <ref name="Jean">Jean, Denis, "Ethnogenese Des Premieres Metis Canadiennes (1603-1763)", (dissertation). Dec 2011, Moncton University. Research Univ of Moncton. 234 pages. French edition. [https://www.collectionscanada.gc.ca/obj/thesescanada/vol2/002/MR93167.pdf PDF Edition].</ref>
    • <ref name="Jean" />
    • <ref>Comeau, p.XXX, footnote XXX, cites XXX.</ref>

Le Clercq

  • New relation of Gaspesia, with the customs and religion of the Gaspesian Indians
  • Nouvelle relation de la Gaspésie[75]
    • <ref name="LeClerq">Le Clercq, Chrétien, Ganong, William F., Paltsits, Victor Hugo. “Nouvelle relation de la Gaspésie” Toronto : Champlain Society, 1910. Identifier: 74008. National Library of Canada. xv, 452 p., 10 leaves of plates (2 folded) : ill., maps (part. fold.), facsims. ; 25 cm. Text in eng and fra. Title of original: Nouvelle relation de la Gaspesie ... Paris, 1691. Fascimile of original: p. [323]-439. "Five hundred and twenty copies of this volume have been printed. Twenty are reserved for editorial purpose. The remaining five hundred are supplied to members of the Society and to subscribing libraries. This copy is no. 234."--Verso series t.p. (Accessed 28 Oct 2021) https://www.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.74008 </ref>
    • <ref>Le Clercq, Chrétien. "New Relation of Gaspesia." Translated and edited by William F. Ganong. The Publications of the Champlain Society, Volume 5. Google Books. (Accessed 3 Nov 2021) https://books.google.ca/books?id=cDgTAAAAYAAJ</ref>

Mallet

Evidence de communautes metisses
  • Mallet, Victorin N , Ph. D.: "Evidence de communautes metisses autour de la baie des Chaleurs -- D'hier a aujourd'hui"[2]
    • <ref name="Mallet">Mallet, Victorin N , Ph. D. "Evidence de communautes metisses autour de la baie des Chaleurs -- D'hier a aujourd'hui", paperback. French edition. (Shediac Cape N.-B., Victorin N. Mallet, 2016) 470 pages, including bibliography and annexes. </ref>
    • <ref name="Mallet" />
    • <ref>Mallet, p.XXX, footnote XXX, cites XXX.</ref>

MacWhirter

Treasure trove in Gaspé and the Baie des Chaleurs
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  • MacWhirter, Margaret Grant, d. 1940. "Treasure trove in Gaspé and the Baie des Chaleurs."[76]
    • <ref name="MacWhirter">MacWhirter, Margaret Grant, d. 1940. "Treasure trove in Gaspé and the Baie des Chaleurs." Published by: [Québec? : s.n.], 1919 (Quebec : Telegraph Print. Co.). Identifier: 84091. Scanned from the original publication held by Library and Archives Canada. Includes appendices. xiv, 217 p., [38] leaves of plates : ill., ports. ; 21 cm. (Accessed 28 Oct 2021) https://www.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.84091</ref>

Réhel

  • Réhel, Élaine.
    • Rehel-2003[77]
    • <ref name="Rehel-2003">Réhel, Élaine. Répertoire des mariages de Gaspé Est: 1801-1941. Longueuil, Québec: Les Éditions historiques et généalogiques Pepin [#236], 2003.</ref>
    • Rehel-2005[78]
    • <ref name="Rehel-2005">Réhel, Élaine. St-Michel de Percé: Répertoire baptêmes, mariages, décès 1801-2005. Percé, Québec, 2005.</ref>

Vachon

André-Carl Vachon
  • Vachon, André-Carl: "Les Acadiens déportés qui acceptèrent l'offre de Murray"[79]
    • <ref name="Vachon-deportees">Vachon, André-Carl: "Les Acadiens déportés qui acceptèrent l'offre de Murray" La Grande Marée. Paperback. French Edition. 319 pages, with timeline, bibliography, and indexes. Includes lists of deportees and ship passengers.</ref>
  • Vachon, André-Carl: "Les rèfugies et miliciens acadiens en Nouvelle-France (1755-1763)"[80]
    • <ref name="Vachon-refugees"> Vachon, André-Carl: "Les rèfugies et miliciens acadiens en Nouvelle-France (1755-1763)" La Grande Marée. 2016. Paperback. French Edition. 333 pages, with bibliography, annexes, and indexes. Includes lists of deportees and ship passengers.</ref>

White

English Supplement to the Dictionnaire Généalogique
White, Stephen A.
  • White, Stephen A.: English Supplement to the Dictionnaire Généalogique Des Familles Acadiennes...[1]
    • <ref name="White">White, Stephen A. English Supplement to the Dictionnaire Généalogique Des Familles Acadiennes ,Part I 1636 to 1714; Moncton, N.-B.: Centre D'études Acadiennes, Université De Moncton, 2000, Print. ([ https://www.torontopubliclibrary.ca/detail.jsp?Entt=RDM660691&R=660691 At the Toronto Reference Library.</ref>
    • <ref name="White" />
    • <ref>White, p.XXX, cites XXX.</ref>
White's Amerindian Marriages
  • White, Stephen A. White's Amerindian Marriages[81]
    • <ref name="White-marriages">White, Stephen A. ''Amerindian Marriages from the Dictionnaire genealogique des familles acadiennes''. Mi'kmaq Genealogy: Métis:Acadian Ancestral Home. [http://www.acadian-home.org/Mikmaq.html Marriage List]. [...] </ref>



Geanealogy

Beauregard

  • Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com[82]
    • <ref>Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com [http://www.francogene.com FrancoGène] The oldest French-language website dedicated to genealogy present since July 1995. Links to this site permitted.</ref>
  • [86141] CAPELAN or CAPLAN, Guillaume (.. CAPELAN & .. .. [212804])[83]
    • <ref name=“francogene86141”>Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com [http://www.francogene.com/ymtx/gfangfna.php?no=86141 No. 86141] CAPELAN or CAPLAN, Guillaume (.. CAPELAN & .. .. )] Includes list of four daughters, C1c mtDNA signatures. Estimates less than 420,000 descendants.</ref>
  • Aboriginal Métis couples.[84]
    • <ref name=“francogeneMetisCouples”>Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com [http://www.francogene.com/gfan/gfan/998/metis.htm Aboriginal Métis couples.] This table is a list of ancient Métis couples. Search “Capela” or “Caplan”.</ref>

Landry

  • Landry, Marcel W. “Généalogie des Landry a travers le monde”[85]
    • <ref name="Landry>Landry, Marcel W. [http://mwlandry.ca/genealog/ “Généalogie des Landry a travers le monde”] </ref>

Maloneys.ca

Genealogies
  • Maloney, Dr. Paul. Genealogy of Johann Becker[86]
    • <ref name="Maloney">Maloney, Dr. Paul. [http://www.maloneys.ca/gen_0_johann_becker.html "Genealogy of Johann Becker family"]> at Maloneys.ca, The Maloney Family of the Gaspésie.</ref>
  • Maloney, Dr. Paul. Genealogy of William Moloney[87]
    • <ref name="Maloney">Maloney, Dr. Paul. [http://www.maloneys.ca/gen_1_william_moloney.html "Genealogy of William Moloney family"]> at Maloneys.ca, The Maloney Family of the Gaspésie.</ref>
  • Maloney, Dr. Paul. Genealogy of Bill Moloney[88]
    • <ref name="Maloney">Maloney, Dr. Paul. [http://www.maloneys.ca/gen_2-02_bill_moloney.html "Genealogy of Bill Moloney family"]> at Maloneys.ca, The Maloney Family of the Gaspésie.</ref>
Documented Histories
  • Maloney, Dr. Paul. Documented History of Johann Becker[89]
    • <ref name="Maloney">Maloney, Dr. Paul. [http://www.maloneys.ca/doc_0_johannbeck.html "Documented History of Johann Becker"]> at Maloneys.ca, The Maloney Family of the Gaspésie.</ref>
  • Maloney, Dr. Paul. Documented History of Johanna Becker[90]
    • <ref name="Maloney">Maloney, Dr. Paul. [http://www.maloneys.ca/doc_1_jbeck.html "Documented History of Johanna Becker"]> at Maloneys.ca, The Maloney Family of the Gaspésie.</ref>
  • Maloney, Dr. Paul. Documented History of William Moloney[91]
    • <ref name="Maloney">Maloney, Dr. Paul. [http://www.maloneys.ca/doc_1_wmal.html "Documented History of William Moloney"]> at Maloneys.ca, The Maloney Family of the Gaspésie.</ref>
Oral Histories
  • Maloney, Dr. Paul. Oral History of William Moloney[92]
    • <ref name="MaloneyOralHist">Maloney, Dr. Paul. [http://www.maloneys.ca/oral_1_wmal.html "Oral History of William Moloney" from the (unpublished) nine-page, printed recollections of John Henry Maloney, M.D. (1918-2001)]> at Maloneys.ca, The Maloney Family of the Gaspésie.</ref>
  • Maloney, Dr. Paul. Oral History of Charles Moloney[93]
    • <ref name="MaloneyOralHist">Maloney, Dr. Paul. [http://www.maloneys.ca/oral_3_charlie.html "Oral History of Charles Maloney"]> at Maloneys.ca, The Maloney Family of the Gaspésie.</ref>

Muir

Diana J. Muir
  • Muir, Diana J., Accredited genealogist. "The Legere Family of Nova Scotia and France"[94]
    • <ref name="Muir">Muir, Diana J., Accredited genealogist. "The Legere Family of Nova Scotia and France" February 2019. 265 pages. Includes genealogies and index. ISBN: 978-0-359-33709-5</ref>

Our Gaspe Roots

  • Our Gaspe Roots.
    • <ref name="OGR">Our Gaspe Roots. [URI NAME].</ref>

Rejean Martel

  • Martel, Réjean: "Descendants des Familles Métis en Gaspésie"[30]
    • <ref name="Martel">Martel, Réjean. [http://metisgaspesie.com/files/famille%20metisse.pdf "Descendants des Familles Métis en Gaspésie"] sourced from [https://metisgaspesie.org/ Nation Métisse Autochtone Gaspésie, Bas Saint-Laurent, Îles de la Madeleine] on 7 Oct 2021.</ref>
    • <ref name="Martel" />
  • Martel, Réjean. « Des familles souches micmaques de la côte de Gaspé »[95]
    • <ref name="Martel2004a">Martel, Réjean. « Des familles souches micmaques de la côte de Gaspé » dans Gaspésie, vol.41, no.l, été, p.8-9.</ref>
  • Martel, Réjean. « Amérindiens du Bassin de Gaspé et des environs »[96]
    • <ref name="Martel2004b">Martel, Réjean. « Amérindiens du Bassin de Gaspé et des environs » dans La Source généalogique, Société de généalogie Gaspésie-les-îles, no. 24, septembre, p.4-6.</ref>

Société de généalogie de Québec


Indexes

Genealogie Quebec, Nos Origines

  • Nos Origines.[98]
    • <ref name="nosOrigines">Nos Origines. [http://www.nosorigines.qc.ca/GenealogieQuebec.aspx?.... PERSON].</ref>

PRDH: Research Programme in Historical Demography

  • Marriage, Children PRDH: Research Programme in Historical Demography[99]
    • <ref name="PRDH">Marriage, Children PRDH: Research Programme in Historical Demography [https://www.prdh-igd.com/Membership/... Famille XXXXX]</ref>

mtDNA References

Stephen White at Acadian Home

  • White, Stephen A. mtDNA Proven origins at Founding Mothers of Acadia - Acadian Ancestral Home. Fully verified the matrilineal lines of 37 Acadian ancestors.[100]
    • <ref name="ProvenOrigins">White, Stephen A. [http://www.acadian-home.org/origins-mtdna.html mtDNA Proven origins] at Founding Mothers of Acadia. Fully verified the matrilineal lines of 37 Acadian ancestors. Lucie LeBlanc Consentino. Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home. 2006 - Present</ref>
  • White, Stephen A. Stephen White reported Caplan C1c.[9]
    • <ref name="FMoA-SW-C1c">[http://www.acadian-home.org/Founding-Mothers-of-Acadia.html Stephen White reported] that Catherine Caplan, Marguerite Caplan, and Marie Louise Caplan were haplotype C1c, determined by mtDNA testing of descendants.</ref>
    • <ref name="FMoA-SW-C1c" />
    • <ref>White, Stephen A. [http://www.acadian-home.org/Founding-Mothers-of-Acadia.html Founding Mothers of Acadia - Acadian Ancestral Home]</ref>
  • White, Stephen A. Reports on Unknown Mi'kmaq[13]
    • <ref name="MoA-USofUC">The Mothers of Acadia Maternal DNA project conducts ongoing research to verify their origins. [http://www.acadian-home.org/Founding-Mothers-of-Acadia.html Stephen White reported] UNIDENTIFIED SPOUSE OF UNKNOWN CAPLAN had an C haplogroup, indicating Native American origins.</ref>

Denis Beauregard at FrancoGène

FrancoGène is deprecated.
  • FrancoGène Catalog of DNA Signatures.[101]
    • <ref name=“francogeneSIG”>Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com [http://www.francogene.com/triangulation/ “Catalogue de signatures ADN/DNA Signatures Catalogue”] “This catalogue is mainly about the French diaspora to North American colonies […]” </ref>
  • FrancoGène Catalog of yDNA signatures (Fathers’ lines).[102]
    • <ref name=“francogeneY”>Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com [http://www.francogene.com/triangulation/y.php ADNy (lignées des pères)/yDNA (Fathers' lines)] Includes genealogical pedigrees of testers.</ref>
  • FrancoGène Catalog of mtDNA signatures (Mothers’ lines).[103]
    • <ref name=“francogeneMT”>Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com [http://www.francogene.com/triangulation/mt.php ADNmt (lignées des mères)/mtDNA (Mothers' lines)] Includes genealogical pedigrees of testers.</ref>
  • FrancoGène mtDNA Triangulation TRI0062. (Caplan)[14]
    • <ref name="francogeneTRI0062">Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com [http://www.francogene.com/triangulation/TRI0062.php mtDNA Triangulation TRI0062]. “(Amérindienne/Native) m 1700 Guillaume CAPELAN ou CAPLAN”. Includes genealogical pedigrees of testers. Includes lines of descent through Marguerite, Louise, and Madeleine. Contribution: Audrey Waltner, Victorin Mallet; (i) Jean-Pierre Gendreau-Hétu, 19 mai 2014.</ref>
  • FrancoGène mtDNA Triangulation TRI0397. (Boudeau)[104]
    • <ref name="francogeneTRI0397">Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com [http://www.francogene.com/triangulation/TRI0397.php mtDNA Triangulation TRI0397]. “TRI0397 .., .. (Amérindienne/Native), .. m ca1720 .. BOUDEAU”. mtDNA Haplogroup D1. Includes mtDNA signature, genealogical pedigrees of testers with lines of descent through Marie and Louise. Added to the catalogue : 2019-09-09.</ref>
  • FrancoGène mtDNA Triangulation TRI0422. (Duval)[105]
    • <ref name="francogeneTRI0422”>Beauregard, Denis. FrancoGene.com [http://www.francogene.com/triangulation/TRI0422.php mtDNA Triangulation TRI0422] “DUVAL, Catherine m. 1770 Mathurin, THEBAULT”. Includes genealogical pedigrees of testers. Contribution : Audrey Waltner. Added to the catalogue : 2019-12-22. (Retrieved 21 Oct 2021.)</ref>


FTDNA Project Test Result Catalogs

Acadian and Amerindian Ancestry
  • Acadian and Amerindian Ancestry DNA Project[106]
    • <ref name="EstesRundquist">Estes, Roberta and Rundquist, Marie. Acadian and Amerindian Ancestry, [https://www.familytreedna.com/public/AcadianAmerIndian?iframe=mtresults mtDNA test results], accessed 7 October 2021.</ref>
C Haplogroup mtDNA
  • C Haplogroup mtDNA[107]
    • <ref name="CHaplogroupMtDNA"> C Haplogroup mtDNA Project [https://www.familytreedna.com/public/C_Haplogroup_mtDNA?iframe=mtresults mtDNA test results</ref>
French Heritage
  • French Heritage[108]
    • <ref name="FHmtDNA">French Heritage Project [https://www.familytreedna.com/public/frenchheritage?iframe=mtresults mtDNA test results</ref>
GenealogieQuebec
  • GenealogieQuebec[109]
    • <ref name="GenealogieQuebec"> GenealogieQuebec Project [https://www.familytreedna.com/public/GenealogieQuebec?iframe=mtresults mtDNA test results</ref>
Mothers of Acadia
Mothers of Acadia Project is deprecated.
  • Mothers of Acadia[110]
    • <ref name="MoA">Mothers of Acadia Project [https://www.familytreedna.com/public/mothersofacadia?iframe=mtresults mtDNA test results] accessed 7 October 2021.</ref>
Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Newfoundland and Labrador mtDNA Project[111]
    • <ref name="NFLDmtDNA">Newfoundland and Labrador mtDNA Project (Accessed 25 Oct 2021) https://www.familytreedna.com/public/NfldLab-mtDNA?iframe=mtresults</ref>
Québec
  • Québec ADNmt / Quebec mtDNA Project[112]
    • <ref name="QuebecADNmt">Québec mtDNA Project [https://www.familytreedna.com/public/QuebecmtDNAProject?iframe=mtresults mtDNA test results], Accessed DATE.</ref> Enter the date you accessed this, and a page number of found. These change frequently so the date is important
  • Québec yDNA Project[113]
    • <ref name="QuebecADNy">Québec yDNA Project [https://www.familytreedna.com/public/Quebec?iframe=yresults yDNA test results], Accessed DATE.</ref>

YFull Haplotree C1c


Tertiary Sources

Archaeology

Pabos: Sur La Trace de Nos Ancêtres
Pabos: Sur La Trace de Nos Ancêtres
  • "Pabos: Sur La Trace de Nos Ancêtres" 2004. Corporation du Bourg de Pabos. Couverture souple. ISBN 10: 2980850306 / ISBN 13: 9782980850301. (French only): Details the archaeological excavations and the history of the Lefebvre family of Bellefeuille.
    • <ref>"Pabos: Sur La Trace de Nos Ancêtres" 2004. Corporation du Bourg de Pabos. Couverture souple. ISBN 10: 2980850306 / ISBN 13: 9782980850301. (French only): Details the archaeological excavations and the history of the Lefebvre family of Bellefeuille. </ref>
Cover image retrieved from: http://gaspesie.quebecheritageweb.com/fr/node/704

Biography

Dictionary of Canadian Biography
  • Dictionary of Canadian Biography.
    • <ref name="DCB">Dictionary of Canadian Biography. [http://www.biographi.ca/en/bio/[...] PERSON].</ref>
Angel of Hudson Bay
Angel of Hudson Bay,: the true story of Maud Watt
Maud Watt was a daughter of Charlie Maloney and she was married to "HBC Factor James S.C. (Jimmy) Watt, who was based at Rupert House (now Waskaganish), Quebec, the site of HBC’s very first fort. If the beaver were to die out, the Cree people would lose their traditional livelihood and HBC would lose both furs and customers."[115]
  • Anderson, William Ashley. "Angel of Hudson Bay,: the true story of Maud Watt."[116]
    • <ref name="AndersonWA">Anderson, William Ashley. "Angel of Hudson Bay,: the true story of Maud Watt." New York : Dutton, [1961]. Book. 1st ed. 217 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm.</ref>
    • <ref name="HBC-MaudWatt">Hudson's Bay Company. "James and Maud Watt" (Accessed 28 Oct 2021) https://www.hbcheritage.ca/people/women/maud-watt</ref>




History

Pecheurs du Saint-Laurent, 1713­-1763
  • Paquet, Lucie. "Pecheurs du Saint-Laurent, 1713­-1763: Les engagés à Québec pour la région de la rive sud du fleuve et du golfe" These presentee a l'ecole des gradues de l'universite Laval. Septembre 1986. (Accessed 17 Nov 2021) https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/services/theses/Pages/item.aspx?idNumber=1273726549 (Download from:) https://corpus.ulaval.ca/jspui/handle/20.500.11794/29189
    • <ref name="Paquet">Paquet, Lucie. "Pecheurs du Saint-Laurent, 1713­-1763: Les engagés à Québec pour la région de la rive sud du fleuve et du golfe" These presentee a l'ecole des gradues de l'universite Laval. Septembre 1986. (Accessed 17 Nov 2021) https://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/services/theses/Pages/item.aspx?idNumber=1273726549 (Download from:) https://corpus.ulaval.ca/jspui/handle/20.500.11794/29189</ref>

Historical Fiction

The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor
Charlotte Taylor is part verifiable and part enigma. Born and raised in London, she spent most of her adult life as a rugged pioneer. In 1775, she bore her first child at a Mi'kmaq camp at Nipisiguit (Bathurst). She lived on the Miramichi, and finally she lived in Tabustintac, where she died at Millpond in 1840. She had three or four families, if you're counting (Willisams, Blake, Wishart, Hierlihy). She maintained good relations with Mi'kmaq on the river. Nice read. Some historical references, but not exactly a source.
  • Armstrong, Sally. "The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor"[117]
    • <ref name="Armstrong"> Armstrong, Sally. "The Nine Lives of Charlotte Taylor", Vintage Canada. 2007. 397 pages, paperback . Historical fiction. ISBN: 978-0-679-31405-9</ref>
The Acadian: Olivier, A Novel
  • Daigle, Phillip. "The Acadian: Olivier, A Novel"[118]
    • <ref name="Daigle">Daigle, Phillip. "The Acadian: Olivier, A Novel" Homemade Books.2020. Historical fiction. 207 pages, includes record of 1671 Acadian Census.</ref>
From Torture to Triumph: [..]. Guillaume Couture
  • Fenn, Michael. "From Torture to Triumph: The Lost Legend of a Man Who Opened America: Guillaume Couture"[119]
    • <ref name="Fenn">Fenn, Michael. "From Torture to Triumph: The Lost Legend of a Man Who Opened America: Guillaume Couture" Lulu Publishing, 2015. Paperback. 92 pages, with chronology and bibliography. ISBN: 978-1-4834-3264-9 </ref>
Annotated bibliography ends.[120]
Right now this project just has one member, me. I am Murray Maloney.

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    "ii. Madeleine's grandson Etienne Michel married Catherine's great granddaughter Modeste Langlois with a dispensation for the third to the fourth degree of kindred (Rg Bonaventure 10 May 1823). This is proof that Madeleline and Catherine were sisters. See also the dispensations in the marriage records of Jean Michel to Angelique Grenier (Rg Bonaventure 21 Feb 1814), of Brigitte Michel to Charles Langlois (Rg Bonaventure 16 Aug 1813), and of Marguerite Michel to Jean-Baptiste Grenier (Rg Bonaventure 8 Nov 1816).

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    • L'analyse de l'ADN mitochondrial (haplotype C) suggère que la mère des soeurs Caplan était une Autochtone (voir S.A. White, «L'ADN mitochondrial des mères d'Acadie», CEA, dossiers généalogiques, divers). Cette conclusion est appuyée par le sobriquet Le Métif attribué à Joseph Hyard, fils de Marie Louise Caplan, lors du baptême de sa fille Geneviève (Rg Kamouraska 26 juill 1761). (Note: son nom est Jean dans l’acte de baptême et dans PRDH) (Google translation: Analysis of mitochondrial DNA (haplotype C) suggests that the mother of the Caplan sisters was an Aboriginal (see S.A. White, "L'ADN mitochondrial des mères d'Acadie", CEA, genealogical records, miscellaneous). This conclusion is supported by the nickname Le Métif (The Metis) attributed to Joseph Hyard, son of Marie Louise Caplan, during the baptism of his daughter Geneviève (Rg Kamouraska 26 July 1761)). (Note: his name is Jean in the record and in PRDH)
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