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


 

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

Bouillon (Bouoillon)

(See Briard)

L. E. Bouillon (See Luce)

Eugène A. Bouillon. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1883. Clerk for Robin. Then manager and general manager. Married in 1891 to E.-J Bisson (See Le Moignan).
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

George L'Feuvre mentions that tombs of the Bouillon family can be found in the St. Pierre church cemetery, in Paspébiac: Eugène Auguste Bouillon, born in Jersey, 1869-1959, and Elizabeth J. Bisson (sister of Walter Giffard Bisson), his wife, 1867-1942, and their children Sybil Mary, deceased in 1897, at the age of 5 months and 29 days, Eugène Harold, 1892-1892, and Leila E. M. Bouillon, 1902-1932, wife of William H. Luce.
Réf.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 167.

Boulanger

Jean Boulanger. From Jersey to Château-Richer in 1819.
Réf.:Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Bourgaise

Peter Bourgaise. From Guernesey (probably) to Paspébiac around 1832. Mason for the Robin Company. Husband of Euphrosine Laurent.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

John Bourgaise, in Baie-de-Gaspé Nord and Sydenham-Sud, in 1881. Wife deceased. Born in the Channel Islands, in 1817. Declares he is English.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Canadian Census, 1881.

Abraham Bourgaise, in Baie-de-Gaspé-Nord and Sydenham-Sud, in 1881. Wifw deceased. Born in the Channel Islands, in 1816. Lodges at John Bourgaise's and declares himself English.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Canadian Census, 1881.

George L'Feuvre mentions that a Abraham Peter Bourgaise (1948-1904) is buried at the "United Church" cemetery, in Cap aux Os.
Réf.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 131.

Bourgaize

Jean Bourgaize. From Guernesey to Percé around 1831. Married to A. Lee, remarried to Elisabeth Le Huquet.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Bourget

Louise Bourget (See Trahy)

Suzanne Bourget (See Trahy)

Bouthillier

See Leboutillier

Boutin

Marie Boutin (See Powell)

Marguerite Boutin (See Powell)

Bower

Francis Bower. From Jersey to Percé before 1881. Clerk and farmer. Then in Newport and Sheldrake. Married in 1882 to E-M. Le Brandon. Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Lana Bower (See Leggo)

John Bower, in Percé in 1881, as blacksmith. Married. Born in Jersey in 1853.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Canadian Census, 1881.

William Francis Bower. From Jersey to Percé in 1854, then in Malbaie. Clerk and merchant. Remarried to L. A Pacwood.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Bowers

Élize Jane Bowers (See Jean)

Bowles

Sarah Bowles (See Le Cheminant)

Boyle

M. F. Boyle (See Le Gresley)

Bradford

Abel Bradford, in Paspébiac, in 1881, as a cook. Born in Jersey in 1844. Married. Declares he is English and of anglican faith. Lodges at Henry M. De Veuille's.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Canadian Census, 1881.

Bragg

Elizabeth Bragg (See Jean)

Bray

Florence Bray (See De Gruchy)

Bree

A. J. Bree (See Le Brocq)

Bréhaut

John Bréhaut. From Guernesey to Jersey Cove around 1845. Married to Elisabeth Jenne, probably from Jersey.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Thomas J. Bréhaut. From Jersey to Paspébiac. For Robin, in 1900: captain of the boat "Dawn".
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Maynard Elijah Brehaut. Probably from Guernesey, husband of Ada Judd, buried in 1935, Mount Hermon cemetery of Québec.
Réf.:Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Peter Bréhaut. From Guernesey to Québec in 1788, cooper and merchant, county representative of Québec in 1814, marries T. Bellenoy-Lemaître, in 1792.
Réf.:Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Peter Brehaut (See Sheppard)

M. Brehaut (See Gallienne)

Brewer

William Brewer/Brouard. From Guernesey to Québec, marries Appoline Couture de Sainte-Foy, in 1850.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Thomas Brewer/Brouard. From Guernesey to Grande Grève in 1827, Gaspé, carpenter and merchant in Québec in 1848, husband of Sophie Lemesurier.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre. 

Briand

Elias Briand, in New Carlisle in 1881. Born in Jersey in 1836. Married. Declares he is English.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Canadian Census, 1881.  

Briard

 

George L'Feuvre mentions that from Matapédia, it is possible to see the coast of New-Brunswick. This reminds him that, in his youth, he often heard of Caraquet, in Jersey. Many Jerseymen have worked in Caraquet. Alfred E. Briard was one of these. After moussieu Bouoillon's death, the Briard Sires and Peter James Fiott (deceased in Montréal) seem to have become the oldest Jerseymen on the Coast (les pus vièrs Jèrriais en vie à la Côte) with Pierre Camiot of Paspédiac.
Réf.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 191.

Elias Briard. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1848. For Robin. Boat carpenter. Worked for Robin 50 years. Husband of Johanna Scott.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Elias Briard. From Jersey to New Carlisle around 1917. Then in Montréal. Husband of Margareth Maloney.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Francis Briard. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1865. Then in New Carlisle. Married to A.-M. Munroe.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

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

Félix Briard. From Jersey to Paspébiac around 1844. Clerk and manager for Robin. His wife stayed in Jersey.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Francis Briard. From Jersey to Caraquet around 1838. Clerk for Robin. then manager in Caraquet and general manager in Paspébiac.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Peter Briard. From Jersey to Terre-Neuve around 1803. Navigator. Then in Cap-Breton around 1910 and in Paspébiac around 1815. Captain, for Robin, of the boats "If", "Cap-Breton", "Peaace", "Day", Gaspé", C. Colulmbus", "O Blanchard" and "Unknnown".
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Philip Briard. From Jersey to Cap-Breton, around 1813. Navigator. Then in Percé and in Paspébiac. Captain, for Robin, of the boats "Cap-Breton", "Grog", "Quiz", "Auroca", "Prc", Hermatope", Briard" and "Fisherman".
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

George L'Feuvre mentions that he found tombs of the Briard family in the United Church of Canada cemetery, in Paspébiac Ouest: Elias J. Briard, 1862-1930; Louisa Briard, 1875-1942, wife of Elias William Le Grand; Anie Alma Briard, 1896-1954, wife of Ogilvy McLellan.
Réf.: Jèrri Jadis, p. 168.

Peter Briard, in Baie-de-Gaspé-Nord and Sydenham-Sud, in 1881. Wife deceased. Born in the Channel Islands in 1816. Declares he is English.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Canadian Census, 1881.

John Briard, in Baie-de-Gaspé-Nord and Sydenham-Sud in 1881. Lodges at Peter Briard's. Born n the Channel Islands in 1819. Declares he is English.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Canadian Census, 1881.

Francis Briard, in Baie-de-Gaspé-Nord and Sydenham-Sud in 1881. Lodges at Peter Briard's. orn n the Channel Islands in 1848. Married. Declares he is English.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Canadian Census, 1881.  

Brideaux

Wilfred P. Brideaux. From Jersey to Grand-Rivière in 1921. Clerk for Robin. Then in Percé, Anse-au-Griffon, Anse-à-Beaufils, New Carlisle and Gaspé. Federal civil servant in Gaspé and in Ottawa. Married in 1931 to D.F. Le Touzel.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Edwin Charles Brideaux. From Jersey to Québec in 1910, husband of P. M. Chestle d'Angleterre.
Réf.:Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Brochet

James B. Brochet. From Jersey to Île-Bonaventure in 1829. Merchant. Husband of Jane Philippe, from Jersey. Descendants in Chandler, Ste-Thérèse de Gaspé and in Rivière-au-Renard.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Brochu

Luce Brochu (See Des Landes)

Brotherton

Margareth Brotherton (See Gallie)

Brouard

See Brewer

J. Brouard (See Roberts)

Nicholas Brouard. From Guernesey to Québec, navigator, deceased in 1829 at 26 years of age, buried, anglican church.
Réf.:Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Nicholas Brouard. From Guernesey to Québec, sailor, marries Ursule Mathieu, in 1805 , anglican church.
Réf.:Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Nicholas Martin Brouard. From Guernesey to Québec, marries Sophie Laeder, in 1817, in Saint-Henri de Lévis.
Réf.:Marcel R. Garnier, L'Ancêtre.

Brown

See Lebrun

Brunet

M. Brunet (See Lequesne)

Bunton

Mark Bunton. From Jersey to Percé in 1825. Married to E. Aston, then to J. Remon, in 1838.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Margareth Bunton (See Vibert)

Eleonore Bunton (See Bossy)

Ellen Bunton (See Le Breton)

Burman

Charles Henry Burman. From Jersey to Percé around 1865. Clerk, bailiff and merchant in Malbaie and in Montréal. Married in 1865 to Ellen Lamb.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Butchart

Andrew Butchart. Possibly from the Channel Islands. In Québec around 1845. Then in St.Nicholas. Clerk. married to M.A. Marshall. Buried in Mount-Harmon cemetery of Québec in 1863. Two sons, merchants in Rimouski: William and James.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Butlin

Maria Butlin (See Agnès)

Mary E. Butlin (See Biard)

A. Butlin (See Noël)

Thomas G. Butlin. From Jersey to île Bonaventure around 1861. Husband of Dinah Sampson of Jersey.
Réf.: Marcel R. Garnier, L'Estuaire généalogique

Butterworth

Alice Butterworth, in Québec in 1881, as seamstress. Born in Jersey in 1841. Declares she is protestant.
Research: Monique Beauchamp. Réf.: Canadian Census, 1881.

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