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


 

Bailey / Bernard
Bailey - Bernard Bertram - Boucher Bouillon - Butterworth


Bailey

Nicholas Bailey, in Douglas, in 1881, as postmaster. Born in the Channel Islands, in 1813. Married. Declares himself English.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Ref.: Canadian Census, 1881.

Bailhache

J. Francis Bailhache. From Jersey to Québec, marchand, died in 1840, inhumated in the Wesleyan Church of Québec.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

W. Billy Bailhache. From Jersey to Labrador, fisherman, marries M.-Julia Noël, in 1824, in the anglican church of Québec.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Baker

George L'Feuvre mentions that Lucy Mary Baker, who died July 5, 1939, wife of John Abraham Le Hucquet, who died February 25, 1941, is buried in the "United Church"cemetary, in Cap aux Os.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 131.

Eva Baker (See De Gruchy)

John Baker. From Jersey or Sercq to Percé around 1820, as navigator. Then in Paspébiac around 1858. Capitain of the ship "Fly" for the Robin. Married to A. Lucas.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

P. L. Baker (See Le Messurier)

E. E. Baker (See Renouf)

Jane Baker (See Remon)

Balfour

M. A. Balfour (See Le Gresley)

Balleine

John Balleine. From Jersey to Paspébiac in 1841, as navigator pour the Robin. Capitain of the "Dit-on", the "Farago", the "Homely" and the "Mark Well".
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

George Balleine. From Jersey to Paspébiac in 1833, as clerck and agent for the Robin. Then in Grande-Rivière and in Percé. Also agent of John Le Boutillier in 1846, in Jersey.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

James Balleine. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1813, as chief-navigator and manager in Grande-Rivière around 1840 and in Percé. Sick. Returns from Percé to Jersey, in 1852. Capitain for the Robin of the "Dit-on", in 1833, the "Old Tom", in 1834-1838, the "Sea Flower", in 1841, the "Fisher Man", en 1841-1842, the "Christ. Columbus" in 1848 and the "Crc", in 1840-1850. His wife remained in Jersey while his son James Jr. became a capitain for the Robin from 1871 to 1900, on the ship "Crc".
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

James Balleine. From Jersey to Anse-du-Cap around 1850. Employed with the de la Perelle company in Anse-du-Cap and in Natasquan. Married to Jane de la Perelle of Jersey.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

D. M. Balleine (See Michel)

Maud B. Balleine (See Leboutillier)

Bannier

See Cabot

Baptiste

John Baptiste. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1820. Married to Mary Russell, widow of Carlisle.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Daniel Baptiste. From Guernesey to Percé in 1861, farmer, died in Québec in 1877.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Barette

Douglas J. Barette. From Jersey to Pointe-St-Pierre in 1907, as clerk for the Alexandre and Le Marquand Company. Then for the Robin in Paspébiac, Pabos, Rivière-au-Renard, Anse au Griffon, Rivière-St-Jean, Magpie, Newport, Bonaventure and Gascons. Also manager and merchant in Bonaventure, in 1945. Married in 1941 to M.J. Gauthier.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Barnes

Elizabeth Barnes (See Gallichan)

Hannah Barnes (See Jean)

Barney

Charles Barney, in Paspébiac in 1881, as blacksmith. Born in Jersey, in 1856. Declares himself french and of anglican faith. Lodger of Joshua Mourant.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Ref.: Canadian Census, 1881.  

Bartlett

Charles P. Bartlett. From Jersey to Grande-Grève, in 1864. Clerk and merchant for the Gavey and Fruing Company. In 1881, postmaster, in Cap-des-Rosiers. Married in 1877 to Amélia C. Gavey.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Basset

J. M. Basset (See Rebindaine)

Bathette

George L'Feuvre mentions that he pays a visit to Douglas Bathette, in his shop, in Bonaventure, to bring him news from Jersey. The conversation is held in Jersey French.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 191.

Batson

Ann Batson (See Holms)

Bauche

Arthur Winter Bauche. From Jersey to Percé around 1912, for the Robin. Then in Paspébiac in 1920. .
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Baudains

Gordon Philip Baudains. From Jersey to Port-Daniel in 1915, for the Robin, as clerk, then innkeeper in Percé.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Baxter

Annie Baxter (See Bisson)

Bean

John Bean. From Jersey to Paspébiac before 1881, as carpenter. Married to Deborah ?.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Beaker

Johanna Beaker (De La Cour)

Beaucamp

George Beaucamp. From Jersey to Arichat around 1813, as carpenter. Then in Paspébiac and in Newport. Married to Olive Forest, of Arichat.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Beauchamp

A. Beauchamp (See Le Brocq)

Beaudin

Emma Beaudin (See Hotton)

Rose-Délima Beaudin (See Mauger)

Beaudoin

Cécile Beaudoin (See Normand)

Bechervaise

E.C. Bechervaise (See Dumaresq)

Mary C. Bechervaise (See Dumaresq)

Philip Bechervaise. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1790. Navigator for the Robin. Capitain of the "St-Laurens", the "N-St-Pierre", the "If", the "Time and chance", the "New Century" and the "True Friend". Shipbuilder in Gaspé Basin, around 1805. Married to Marie Gasnier. Remarried to Catherine Giffard.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Beck

Mary Laura Beck (See Vibert)

Margaret Beck (See Du Feu)

Jane Beck (See Gaudin)

Becquet

John George Becquet. From Jersey to Paspébiac in 1913, as clerk for the Robin in Percé, Lamèque, Ste-Thérère-de-Gaspé, Chéticamp. Natashquan, Barachoix and Gaspé. Married to W. I. Touzel, remarried to E. B. Suddard.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

John G. Becquet (See Touzel)

George L'Feuvre mentions that in the Saint-Pierre church, in Malbaie, the glasswork above the altar, on the east side, were given by John C. Becquet, the Walter J. Harquail (Hacquoil) family , the Alfred Hotton, Charles Hotton, George C. Hotton and Kenneth Hotton families, the John Le Cocq family and the families of Thomas Le Gros, James Le Marquand, Obadiah Vardon and Amos Vibert in memorry of: Willo Irene Becquand, Elias and Mary Cadorand, Eric John and Jane Susan Ellis, George Philip Fauvel, Winnifred R. Harquail, Alice Le Cocq, Emily and John Le Gresley, Edith Emily and John James Le Gros, Ansel Irwin, Arthur, Alva and Stanley Ernest Lucas and Thomas J. Touzel.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 139.

Beebe

Ann Beebe (See Rimmeur)

Bélanger

Julie Bélanger (See Jean)

Archange Bélanger (See Le Cras)

Bellenoy

See Lemaitre - See Sheppard

Bellett

Ellen Bellett (See Jenne)

Bennet

Philip Bennet. From Jersey (apparently) to Cap-des-Rosiers and Seal Cove, around 1830. In 1830, survived the shipwreck of the "Gaspé": 8 Jerseymen drowned, near Gaspé. Married to Christine Morin.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

John Bennett. From Jersey to Percé around 1861 as carpenter, then to Gaspé around 1871.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

John Bennet, in Havre-Amherst in 1881. Lodger of John P. Savage. Born in Jersey in 1857. Declares himself English and of anglican faith.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Ref.: Canadian Census, 1881.

Bergeron

Marguerite Bergeron (See Vautier)

Bernard

M. Bernard (See Lamy)

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