Person:Cyprien Duon (1)

Cyprien Duon
m. 27 Feb 1713
  1. Jean Baptiste Duon, II1714 - 1758
  2. Honore Duon (1)1716 - 1783
  3. Jeanne Duon1718 - AFT 1776
  4. Pierre Duon1720 -
  5. Abel (dit Tibel) Duon1722 - 1807
  6. Jean Jacques Duon1724 - 1727
  7. Euphrosine Duon1725 - 1756
  8. Louis Basile Duon1727 -
  9. Francois Duon1729 -
  10. Cyprien Duon1730 - 1798
  11. Charles Duon1734 - ABT 1793
  12. Claude Amable Duon1736 - 1811
  13. Rosalie Duon1739 -
m. 15 Jan 1758
  1. Marie Duhon1761 - 1781
  2. Joseph Duhon1766 - 1840
  3. Jean-Pierre Duhon1769 -
  4. Marie Elizabeth Duhon1771 -
Facts and Events
Name Cyprien Duon
Alt Name DUHON
Gender Male
Birth[1][5][7] 18 Apr 1730 Port Royal, , , Acadia
Christening? 22 Apr 1730 Port Royal, , , Acadia
Marriage 15 Jan 1758 Liverpool, Lancashire, Englandto Marguerite LANDRY
Census[3] 1763 Liverpool, , , England
Census[4] 1765 , , Belle-Ile-en-Mer, France
Residence[5][7] 23 Feb 1767 Bangor, Morbihan, FranceVillage of Calastrene, Parish of Bangor, Belle-Île-en-Mer, France
Death[2][6][8] 1798 Bangor, Morbihan, FranceVillage of Calastrene, Parish of Bangor, Belle-Île-en-Mer, France

!BIRTH-CHRISTENING-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CENSUS-DEATH: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 583; own copy. #(8):

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-RESIDENCES: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS, vols. 1-6; 1630-1775; Quebec, Le Conseil de la Vie Francaise en Amerique, 1965; p. 536 (Port Royal); own copy; p. 536 (Port Royal). Name spelled Cyprien DUON,born 1730. Married at Liverpool, England on 15 Jan 1758 to Marguerite LANDRY, daughter of René [III] & Rose RIVET of Grand Pré. Four children are listed. Cyprien was deported to England and kept in captivity until the peace treaty of 1763; he was at Morlaix, France in 1764, and at the village of Calestrene, parish of Bangor, Belle Isle en Mer in 1767.

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-RESIDENCES-DEATH: Donald J. Hebert, ACADIANS IN EXILE; 1755-1785; Cecilia, LA, Hebert Publications, 1980; p. 560; own copy; in List of Acadians Families at Belle-Ile-En-Mer, 1765. Cyprian DUON, 36 years old, born 1 Apr 1729 [sic] at Port-Royal, Acadie. He died 1798 at Belle-Ile. Listed with his wife Marguerite LANDRY, age 30 years, and two children.

References
  1. Stephen A. White. Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes. (2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999), p. 583.

    Born 18 Apr 1730, baptized (Register Port-Royal) on 22 Apr 1730. Sponsors: Pierre HÉBERT (son of Antoine) & Marguerite GIROUARD (daughter of Alexandre).

  2. Stephen A. White. Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes. (2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999), p. 583.

    Died (Civil Register Bangor) at Calastrene in 1798.

  3. Stephen A. White. Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes. (2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999), p. 583.

    He was on the 1763 list of passengers from Liverpool to France, name DOROI, age 33 years.

  4. Stephen A. White. Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes. (2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999), p. 583.

    He was on the 1765 census at Belle-Ile-en-Mer, age 36 years.

  5. 5.0 5.1 Acadian and French Canadian Ancestral Home, Declarations de Belle-Ile-en-Mer.

    February 23, 1767, appeared Cyprien Duon acadian farmer living at the village of Calastrene, parish of Bangor, who in the presence of Charles Granger, Joseph Billeray, Jean Theriot and Simon Granger, all Acadians living on this island, in front of whom he declared that he was born at Port Royal April 1, 1729, of Jean Baptiste Duon who came from the village of Lyon, in France and married at the said Port Royal to Agnes Hebert daughter of Antoine Hebert and Jeanne Corporon, the said Duon died at the said place. The said Cyprien Duon, declarant, married at Liverpool in England by M. Walbleur, priest, on January 15, 1758, to Marguerite Landry daughter of the deceased Rene Landry and Marie Rose Rivet, living at the village of Bordrehouant, parish of Bangor on this island. Of this marriage were born the following: Jean Baptiste Duon at Liverpool October 3, 1759; Anne Marie Duon born at Morlaix, parish of Saint Mathieu, Diocese of Treguier, August 6, 1764; Joseph Duon born at Belle-Isle-en-Mer, at Palais, parish of Saint Gerand, April 6, 1766. Such is the declaration of Cyprien Duon which after reading he stated that the contents was right and declared he could not sign. Completed and drawn up under the below signatures. (signatures not indicated.)

  6. Acadians Who Found Refuge in Louisiana, Duhon.

    Cyprien, born in April 1730, married Marguerite, daughter of René Landry, at Liverpool, England, in January 1758 during Le Grand Dérangement.

    In the fall of 1755, The British transported the Acadians at Minas to Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and New England. Jean-Baptiste Duon, fils's widow and children, and brothers Pierre and Cyprien and their families ended up on ships to Virginia. In May, the first shipment of Acadians left for England, and in two weeks all of them had gone--299 to Bristol, 250 to Falmouth, 340 to Portsmouth and Southampton, 336 to Liverpool--1,225 of the original 1,500. The Duons ended up in Liverpool. In May 1763, after prolonged negotiations between the French and British governments, the Acadians in England were repatriated to France. Cyprien, nephew Honoré le jeune, and the other Duons at Liverpool landed at Morlaix, in Brittany. In 1765, they joined other Acadians on Belle-Île-en-Mer, off the southern coast of Brittany, where they helped create an agricultural settlement on the rocky island. Cyprien and wife Marguerite Landry had at least three more children at Bangor--Joseph born in April 1766, Jean-Pierre in March 1769, and Marie-Élisabeth in June 1771. Cyprien's daughter Marie died at Bangor, age 20, in October 1781. Cyprien died near Bangor in 1798; he was 68 years old.

  7. 7.0 7.1 February 23, 1767, appeared Cyprien Duon acadian farmer living at the village of Calastrene, parish of Bangor, who in the presence of Charles Granger, Joseph Billeray, Jean Theriot and Simon Granger, all Acadians living on this island, in front of whom he declared that he was born at Port Royal April 1, 1729, of Jean Baptiste Duon who came from the village of Lyon, in France and married at the said Port Royal to Agnes Hebert daughter of Antoine Hebert and Jeanne Corporon, the said Duon died at the said place. The said Cyprien Duon, declarant, married at Liverpool in England by M. Walbleur, priest, on January 15, 1758, to Marguerite Landry daughter of the deceased Rene Landry and Marie Rose Rivet, living at the village of Bordrehouant, parish of Bangor on this island. Of this marriage were born the following: Jean Baptiste Duon at Liverpool October 3, 1759; Anne Marie Duon born at Morlaix, parish of Saint Mathieu, Diocese of Treguier, August 6, 1764; Joseph Duon born at Belle-Isle-en-Mer, at Palais, parish of Saint Gerand, April 6, 1766. Such is the declaration of Cyprien Duon which after reading he stated that the contents was right and declared he could not sign. Completed and drawn up under the below signatures. (signatures not indicated.)
  8. In the fall of 1755, The British transported the Acadians at Minas to Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and New England. Jean-Baptiste Duon, fils's widow and children, and brothers Pierre and Cyprien and their families ended up on ships to Virginia. In May, the first shipment of Acadians left for England, and in two weeks all of them had gone--299 to Bristol, 250 to Falmouth, 340 to Portsmouth and Southampton, 336 to Liverpool--1,225 of the original 1,500. The Duons ended up in Liverpool. In May 1763, after prolonged negotiations between the French and British governments, the Acadians in England were repatriated to France. Cyprien, nephew Honoré le jeune, and the other Duons at Liverpool landed at Morlaix, in Brittany. In 1765, they joined other Acadians on Belle-Île-en-Mer, off the southern coast of Brittany, where they helped create an agricultural settlement on the rocky island. Cyprien and wife Marguerite Landry had at least three more children at Bangor--Joseph born in April 1766, Jean-Pierre in March 1769, and Marie-Élisabeth in June 1771. Cyprien's daughter Marie died at Bangor, age 20, in October 1781. Cyprien died near Bangor in 1798; he was 68 years old.