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INDEX OF JERSEYMEN AND GUERNSEYMEN OF THE GASPÉ COAST
Québec - Canada


 

Acou / Alexander
Acou - Alexander  Alexandre - Avoin

Acou

See Hacquoil

Acteson

Edith Acteson (See Le Cras)

George L'Feuvre mentions the presence of Actesons in the graveyard of the St. Philip Anglican church, in L'Anse-aux-Gascons: Philip Acteson, 1848-1937, Grace Le Gallais' husband, (1864-1949); Peter Philip Mourant, 1845-1879, Ann Acteson's husband, and their daughter Beatrice Maud Martha, who died in 1879 at the age of 4 months.

Adams

Jane Adams (See Sheppard)

Addington

P. Addington (Seer Le Rendu)

Adler

Jane Adler (See Le Furgey)

Agnès (Jersey French for Ahier)

Frank (Francis?) E. Agnès. From Jersey to Grande-Rivière around 1890. Clerk for Robin. Then in Percé and in Baie-Comeau. Died in Baie-Comeau in 1969. Married to Janet Louisa Gibaut of Percé.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Frank Agnès. From Jersey to Hopetown around 1900. Teacher. Married to Maria Butlin of Percé.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Edwin J. Agnès. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1891. Clerk for Robin. Then in  Malbaie around 1901.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Herbert Edwin Agnès. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1911. Clerk for Robin. Married to Rachel Elsie Hocquard.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Ahier

Philip L. Ahier. From Jersey to Paspébiac around l887. Clerk for Robin in Paspébiac and Port-Daniel, then resident of L'Abord-to-Plouffe, Laval. Married in 1887 to Caroline Bisson in Paspébiac.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

James Ahier. From Jersey to Paspébiac around l790, for Robin. Then in Gascons. Married to T. Brotherton, remarried to M. Chedore.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Gédéon Ahier. From Jersey to Carleton around l807, first as a clerk, then as a merchant and justice of the peace. Married to V. Painchaud, remarried to R. Bergeron-d'Amboise.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'estuaire généalogique.

John Ahier. From Jersey to Paspébiac around l866, navigator for Robin.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Frédéricq Ahier. From Jersey to Paspébiac around l881, clerk for Robin. Then agent in Port-Daniel and in Newport. Married to Suzanne Gaudin of Gascons. Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Francis Ahier. From Jersey to Paspébiac around l800, navigator for Robin. Then in St-George-Cove and in Cap-Des-Rosiers. Also merchant and justice of the peace. Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Frédérick Ahier, in Paspébiac in 1881, as a clerk. Born in Jersey in 1855. Declares he is French and of the Anglican Church. He lodges at Joshua Mourant's house.
Recherche: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Recensement du Canada, 1881.

George Ahier. From Jersey to Paspébiac around l858, clerk for Robin. Then in Percé and in Rivière-Madeleine as merchant. Single.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

George Ahier. From Jersey to Percé in 1854, accountant for Robin. Then, in 1858, in Grande-Rivière and in Rivière-Madeleine merchant. Single.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Clément Ahier. From Jersey to Paspébiac in 1845, accountant for Robin. Then in Percé around 1861.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

George L'Feuvre mentions the presence of Ahiers in the graveyard of the St. Philip Anglican church, in L'Anse-aux-Gascons. Some Ahiers can also be found in the roman catholique graveyard. It is said that the Ahier families come from two different stocks: that of Carleton, catholic, and that of Port-Daniel, protestant. According to the registers, Gédéon Ahier, son of Jean Ahier and Jeanne Esnouf, his wife (from Jersey), marries Victoire Painchaud, sister to Charles-François Painchaud, parish-priest of Carleton and founder of the Sainte-Anne-de-la Pocatière College, on July 26, 1807, in Carleton. And this is how the roman catholic branch of the Ahier familly came to be. Another Ahier, Philippe, was married twice, being ensnared in the Roman catholic church for his second marriage. The official registers indicate that,  on that occasion, he renounced the Church of England, on May 3, 1840 at 33 years of age, to marry Rose Dugay in Port-Daniel, on May 4. His first marriage was to Geneviève Chedore, Jerseywoman of the Church of England. Most members of the Ahier family stayed with the Church of England and are buried in the graveyard of St. Philip Anglican Church: Albert Ahier, 1877-1937, and Annie B. Chedore, his wife, 1887-1962, as well as their children Lilian, 1917-1921, Harold Maynard, 1921-1925, and P. Elmer, 1908-1921; William Ahier, 1873-1896; Eliza Almond, 1837-1917, wife of Philip Ahier, and their oldest son, James Edmund, 1868-1895; Grace Lillie Sainte-Croix, 1881-1917, wife of Ernest W. Ahier.
Ref.: , p. .

Martha Ahier (See Chedore)

Charles Ahier. From Jersey to Pointe-aux-Esquimaux in 1871, navigator and merchant, marries Jane A. Gallienne, in the anglican church in Lévis, in 1871.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Charles Ahier, in Pointe-aux-Esquimaux in 1881, as an agent. Married. Born in Jersey in 1840. Declares he is French.
Recherche: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Recensement du Canada, 1881.

Philip J. L. Ahier (See Bisson)

Francis Ahier, Paspébiac in 1900.
Ref.:, personal communication.

Aird

Harriett Aird (See Touzeau)

Alexander

See Alexandre

George L'Feuvre mentions that many Alexanders can be found in the graveyard of the St. Pierre church, in Malbaie. James Alexander, 1801-1878, and his wife, Elizabeth Le Maistre, 1802-1888. Mary Annie Louisa Alexander, died in 1876 at 26 years of age, wife of John Le Gros.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 143.
(Note from Tony Le Sauteur).  Mary Annie Louisa Alexander (that is the name written on the gravestone) is also mentionned by George L'Feuvre under the name of Alexandre (also see Le Gros).

Elizabeth Alexander, in Saint-Pierre-de-la-Malbaie in 1881. Born in Jersey in 1802. Widow. Maiden name probably Elizabeth Le Maistre, married to James Alexander, 1801-1878 and deceased in 1888.
Recherche: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Recensement du Canada, 1881.

Robert Alexander, in Percé in 1881, as a carpenter. Born in Jersey in 1854. Declares himself Weslyan. Lodges at William Le Boutillier's house.
Recherche: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Recensement du Canada, 1881.

Alfred T. Alexander. From Jersey to Wisconsin, and in Montréal around 1956. Married in 1895 to Élisabeth Blackhall.
Ref.: .


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