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


 

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

Bertram

 

George L'Feuvre mentions that the late Èrnest Bèrtram of "Seymour House", in Grouville (Jersey), was manager for the Robin in L'Anse-au-Griffon. He married Édith Lenfesty (1922), a woman of good Guernesey stock, that George went to visit and who told him that, at that time, no more Jerseymen were working for the Robin, and that L'Anse-au-Griffon did not have an anglican church or cemetery anymore. Jerseymen had to be buried in Gaspé.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 125.
Ref.: According to Marcel R. Garnier (Estuaire généalogique), Ernest Touzel Bertram came from Jersey around 1908 (Malbaie). He was also manager in Newport, Natashquan and Paspébiac.

Élisabeth Bertram (See Gaudin)

Cie Bertram, Godfrey and Grey. From Jersey, in 1825, to Québec, in 1843, to île Bonaventure and to Shipagan, N.-B.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Ernest Touzol Bertram. From Jersey to Malbaie in 1908, then to Cape-Cove, Newport, Natashquan  as a clerk and manager for the Robin. Husband of Edith M. Lenfesty.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Bertrand

Elise Bertrand (See Fowler)

Bessand

George Bessand, in La-Grande-Rivière in 1881, as a cook. He lodges at Philip Skelton's. Born in Jersey in 1854. He declares himself english and of the anglican faith.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Ref.: Canadian Census, 1881.

Bewer

Francis Bewer, in Newport in 1881, as a farmer. He lodges at Édouard Rameril's. Born in the Channel Islands in 1857. He declares himself english and of the anglican faith.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Ref.: Canadian Census, 1881.

Biard

George L'Feuvre mentions that upon arriving in Percé, he stop for a bite at Abner Biard's restaurant; Abner was the grandson of the then deceased Charles Biard.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 186

Charles Biard. From Jersey to Port-Daniel in 1868, then to Percé as a carpenter and merchant. Husband of Mary E. Butlin.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

George L'Feuvre mentions that, during his first trip to the Gaspé Coast, around 1926-1927, he had met with a charmant bouanhomme (charming chap), Charles Biard (1856-1936), who was in charge of a cod market in Percé. He also offered tourist accomodation and a restaurant.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 147.

George L'Feuvre mentions that in St.Paul's church, in Percé, a funeral plaque honors the memory of William Charles Biard, 1883-1961 and Nora Ellen Biard, 1895-1959.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 149.

George L'Feuvre mentions that in St.Paul's church cemetery, in Percé, the following tombs can be found: Charles Biard, 1856-1936, and Mary Butlin, his wife, 1861-1939, their daughter Mary Ann Biard, who was wife to Abner Cartwright Huëlin Bisson and died in 1923 at 43 years of age, their son William Charles Biard, 1883-1961, and his wife Nora Ellen Fitzgerald, 1895-1959, Ernest Biard, 1893-1933 and Charles Le Bas Biard, 1896-1961. Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 150.

M.-A. Biard (See Bisson)

Alfred E. Biard (See Fixott)

Bichard

William Thomas Bichard. From Guernesey to Anse-au-Griffon and Cap-des-Rosiers vers 1830.  Married in 1848 to Helen Henley. Descendants, from Matane to Mont-Louis, called Béchard.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

John Martel Bichard. From Guernesey to Québec, navigator and grocer, marries Élizabandh Roberts, in 1829, anglican church.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Binand

George L'Feuvre mentions that Richard Edward Binand, 1947-1961, son of Hedley and Ruth Le Gresley, is buried in the cemetery of the St. Pierre church, in Paspébiac.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 166.

Biroleau

Delphine Biroleau (See Laffoley)

Bisaieul

J. Bisaieul (See Hooper)

Bisson

George L'Feuvre mentions that, in Percé, he stayed at the "Percé Roch House", owned by Abner Bisson. He mentions having already stayed in this establishment, on his first trip to The Coast, more than 40 years ago.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 186.

Abner Cartwright Huëlin Bisson (See Biard)

Caroline Bisson (See Ahier)

Lilian Bisson (See Le Grand)

Philip John Bisson, from Jersey to Cape Cove in 1860 as a teacher, then to Jersey Cove around 1865. Married to Harriand Marandt. Remarried in 1966 to M. A. Lemprière.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Daniel Bisson. From Jersey to Port-Daniel around 1840. Farmer. Married in 1842 to Mary J. Almond, Shigawake.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Daniel Bisson, in Port-Daniel in 1881. Born in Jersey en 1823. Married. Declares he is english. Probably same Daniel Bisson as above.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Ref.: Canadian  Census, 1881.

Daniel Bisson. From Jersey to Paspébiac in 1837. Clerk for the "Le Boutillier Frères" Company; also merchant and postmaster. Married in 1848 to Caroline Le Gallais.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Daniel Bisson, in Paspébiac en 1881. Married. Born in Jersey en 1822. Declares himself french.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Ref.: Canadian  Census, 1881.

Daniel Bisson, in Saint-Pierre-de-la-Malbaie en 1881. married. Né in Jersey en 1849. Il vit chez Adolphus E. Collas.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Ref.: Canadian  Census, 1881.

E.-J. Bisson (See Bouillon)

Florence Bisson (See Le Floch)

Marriandt (Henriandta? -Harriand?) Kate Bisson (See Le Gresley)

Béatrice Bisson (See Syvrand)

Philip Bisson. From Jersey to Grande-Rivière around 1821. Then to Magpie. Married to C. Beaudin. Remarried to S. Duguay in Rivière-St-Jean.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

John Bisson. From Jersey (probably) to Pointe-St-Pierre around 1836, as a navigator. Then in  Longue-Pointe-de-Mingan around 1859.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

George Bisson. From Jersey to Québec, sailor, died in 1865, buried, anglican church.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

George L'Feuvre mentions that Bissons can be found in the St. James anglican church' cemetery, in Port-Daniel: Thomas Byers Bisson, 1891-1956; Daniel Bisson, 1848-1933, and Annie Baxter, his wife, 1859-1931; Sydney Bisson, 1893-1957; William J. Bisson, 1886-1952; Thomas Bisson, 1860-1891; Daniel Bisson, 1823-1899, and Mary Jane Almond, his wife, 1820-1912; William Bisson, 1857-1932, and Margarand A. Sulllivan, his wife, 1860-1943; Jennnie C. Bisson , 1894-1919; John Bisson , 1850-1925, and Martha Amelia Lucas, his wife, 1957-1930, and their son Thomas Clair Bisson, born in 1893, and who died in 1923 from wounds suffered during the war; Clara May Bisson, 1895-1953; Bessie Bisson, 1883-1960.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 160.

George L'Feuvre mentions that some Bissons can also be found in the cemetery of the "United Church of Canada" chapel in Shigawake: Herman Bisson, 1874-1957, and Ida Jane Young, his wife, born in 1876; Mary Ann Bisson, 1877-1960, wife of Edmund Young, 1874-1959.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 162.

George L'Feuvre mentions that many Bisson burials can be found in the cemetery of St. Pierre church, in Paspébiac: Daniel Bisson Sr., born in Jersey, 1822-1881, and Mary Caroline Le Gallais, his widow, 1824-1917, and their daughter Mary Elizabandh Bisson, who died in 1864, at the age of 5 years, 9 months and 5 days; Daniel Bisson, 1852-1923, and Annie Cuthbert, his wife , 1848-1897; Caroline L. Bisson, 1851-1941, wife of Philip J. L. Ahier, 1859-1952; Walter Giffard Bisson, 1864-1950, and Sarah Whittom, his wife, 1864-1934; James Giffard Bisson, 1896-1961, Laura Laliberté' man.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 166.

Philip Bisson. From Jersey to Gaspé around 1892. Married to Émilie Jacques and remarried to C. E. Jacques. Son: Elias in Gaspé and in Cap-d'Espoir.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Abnand C. H. Bisson. From Jersey to Percé in 1901, clerk for Robin and hôtel owner in 1912. Married to M.-A. Biard, remarried to Alice Miller.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Anne C. Bisson (See Seale)

Elizabandh J. Bisson (See Bouillon)

Walter Giffard Bisson (See Bouillon)

Blackhall

Liza Blackhall (See Fiott)

Elisabeth Blackhall (See Alexander)

Clara Blackhall (See Le Riche)

Blackmore

James Blackmore. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1883. Navigator. married in 1883 to Sarah A Gallie.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Blais

Geneviève Blais (See Remon)

Pauline Blais (See Sohier)

Rose Blais (See Fequand)

Blake

Catherine Blake (See Vautier)

Blampied

Adolphe W. Blampied. From Jersey to Newport around 1890. Clerk. Husband to Charlotte Cyr.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Josua Blampied. From Jersey to Paspébiac in 1883. Sailor for Robin. Then in Port-Daniel and Percé.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

George Blampied. From Jersey to Québec, sailor, died in 1865, buried, anglican church.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Matilda Blampied (See Le Marquand)

Alice Blampied (See Le Marquand)

Blondel

M. Blondel (See Le Galand)

Boizard

Albert Constan Boizard. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1903. Then in Price aroud 1920. Married in 1903, in Paspébiac, to Philomène Holmes.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

Bond

Sara Bond (See Gregg)

Eliz. Bond (See Perrée)

S.E Bond (See Le Masurier)

C. Bond (See Minguay)

George L'Feuvre mentions that Marguerite Bond, born in Gaspé on the 10th of July 1805, was married in La Pointe St-Pierre, on October 5, 1824, to Philippe Mauger, son of Pierre Mauger and Suzanne Le Feuvre de Jersey.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 138.

Boone

Car. Boone (See Marandt)

Bossy

John Bossy. From Jersey to Pasbébiac around 1866. Blacksmith. Husband of Jane F. Malzard.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

John Bossy, in Paspébiac, in 1881. Married. Declares he is french. Born in Jersey in 1842.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Ref.: Canadian Census, 1881.

Ada Jane Bossy (See Le Feuvre - Lefebvre?)

George William Bossy. From Jersey to Port-Daniel, Gaspé, agent for the Robin Company, marries F. Tessier-Laplante, de Sainte-Anne-de-Beaupré, in 1899.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

John Philip Bossy. From Jersey to île-Bonaventure around 1891 for Robin and the Le Boutillier Frères Company, then to Paspébiac. Married to Eleonore Bunton, remarried to Clara Cooke.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique.

George L'Feuvre mentions that in the cemetery of St. Pierre Church, in Paspébiac, it is possible to see the tombs of: John Bossy, 1840-1920, and Jane, his wife, 1845-1918; John Philip Bossy, 1875-1956; Anna E. Bossy, 1874-1894; George W. Bossy, 1876-1904, and his brother Reginald, who died at 8 months.
Ref.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 165.

Bothing

Eva Bothing (See Perry)

Bott

John Richard Bott. From Jersey to Rustico, Prince Edouard' Island around 1824. Teacher and judge of the peace. Husband of Ann Picot. Two daughters around 1870, in St-Alexis de Matapédia.
Ref.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique..

Pander Bott. Probably from the Channel Islands, grocer in Québec. Marries E. Levallée, in 1826, anglican church.
Ref.:Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Elizabandh Bott (See de La Mare)

Boucher

E. Boucher (See Lucas)

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