Facts and Events
- ↑ Stephen A. White. Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes. (2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999), p. 1153.
No place listed for marriage.
- ↑ Family Records of Dorothy Naquin.
Children of Jacques Naquin (1700 - 23 Jan 1759 St. Malo) and Jeanne Melanson (d. 1752)
Ambroise b. 1725
Marguerite b. 1727
Jacques b. 1728
Joseph b. 1732
Elisabeth b. 1733
Marie [Anne Marie]
- Acadians Who Found Refuge in Louisiana, Naquin.
Pierre Bourg, son of Francois and of Magdeleine Heber, on the one hand, and Anne Marie Naquin, major daughter of Jacques and of Jeanne Melanson, both natives of the Colony of Acadie and residents of this parish, having betrothed and the banns of their future marriage canonically made for three consecutive Sundays at the homilies of our parochial high masses, the eleventh, eighteenth, and twenty-fifth of January seventeen hundred sixty-one, without opposition of impediment, neither canonical nor civil, coming to our knowledge; have this day received the nuptial benediction in the Church of Saint Sulia by me, undersigned, with the permission of the Prior the twenty-sixth of the said month and year; in presence of Aemilien Sigouital, Jean Huet, Alain Bourg, Germain Blanchar, Ambroise Naquin and several others, of whom some signed with an (X) and we have seen the dispensation of consanguinity of third to fourth obtained of My Lord, the Bishop of St. Malo, under date of the sixth of January said year, signed: + Joan Josephus, in the Ecclesiastical Insinuations of the Diocese of St. Malo by Richer the tenth of the said month and year. /s/ Jean Huet; /s/ Emilian Segoillaiu; X X; /s/ L. Fromy, Priest. St. Suliac; 26 January 1761.
- Pierre Bourg & Anne Marie Naquin, in Robichaux, Albert J., Jr. The Acadian Exiles in Saint-Malo, 1758-1785. (Eunice, Louisiana: Hebert Publications, 1981), p. 1107.
Jacques, age 63, a widower, called Jean-Baptiste on the passenger list, crossed with two of his younger children on one of the five English transports that left the Gut of Canso in late November 1758 and reached St.-Malo in late January 1759. His health no doubt ruined by the voyage, Jacques died soon after the ship reached port; son Pierre, age 18, died in the hospital probably at St.-Malo in March 1759, a few weeks after he buried his father; only daughter Anne-Marie, age 16, survived the terrible crossing.
- Poitou Acadie Bretagne.
Roll of the "Five english ships" (YARMOUTH, PATIENCE, MATHIAS, RESTORATION, JOHN SAMUEL), disembarked at Saint-Malo on January 23, 1759
NAQUIN Jean Baptiste, 63 ans, veuf, + en débarquant
NAQUIN Pierre, 18 ans, fils, + à l'hôpital le 8 mars 1759
NAQUIN Marie, 16 ans, fille
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