Person:Elizabeth Bourg (1)

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Elizabeth Bourg
 
m. ABT Aug 1717
  1. Anne BourgABT 1722 - AFT 1797
  2. Elizabeth Bourg1726 -
  1. Madeleine Francois Naquin1759 - 1759
  2. Pierre-Paul Naquin1766 -
  3. Joseph Jacques Naquin1766 - 1837
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Name Elizabeth Bourg
Alt Name Isabella Bourg
Gender Female
Birth[4][5] 1726 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada
References
  1.   Roll of the Supply, disembarked at Saint-Malo on March 9, 1759, in Poitou Acadie Bretagne.

    NAQUIN Ambroise, de l'Isle Saint Jean, 34 ans
    BOURG Elisabeth, 33 ans, femme
    NAQUIN Elisabeth, 7 ans, fille
    NAQUIN Jean Baptiste, 5 ans, fils
    NAQUIN Pierre, 4 ans, + en mer
    NAQUIN Marguerite, 2 ans, + en mer
    NAQUIN Madeleine, fille (née le 4 avril 1759 ; + le 4 mai 1759)

  2.   Robert C. West. Naquin in Louisiana. (An Atlas of the Louisiana Surnames of French and Spanish Origin, 1986).

    Ambroise Naquin, age 34, son of Jacques, Ambroise's wife Élisabeth Bourg, age 33, and five of their children--Élisabeth, age 7, Jean-Baptiste, age 5, Pierre, age 4, and Marguerite, age 2--made the crossing on the British transport Supply, which left the Gut of Canso in late November 1758 and finally reached St.-Malo in early March 1759. Ambroise, Élisabeth, and their two older children survived the voyage, but the two younger children died at sea; Élisabeth was pregnant when she left Acadia; daughter Madeleine was born probably at St.-Malo in April 1759, less than a month after the family reached France, but the newborn died in May, only a few weeks old.

  3.   Passenger List for Le Saint Remi, in Acadian-Cajun Genealogy and History.

    Ambroise NAQUIN, plowman - 60
    Elizabeth BOURG, wife - 58
    Joseph NAQUIN, son, carpenter - 19
    Pierre NAQUIN, son, carpenter - 19

    The Le Saint Remi, a 400 ton ship led by Captain Baudin, left France on Thursday, June 27, 1785. After 75 days at sea, they arrived on September 10, 1785. There were 325 people on board, along with 16 stowaways for a total of 341 families. On the way, there were 15 deaths from scurvy and smallpox. While in New Orleans, the group further increased by 19 (including 8 births) and decreased by 16 deaths. When it came time to settle down: 2 families settled near Galveztown, 2 families went to the Attakapas, and 85 families chose to settled along Bayou Lafourche.

  4. Terrebonne Genealogical Society (Houma, Louisiana). Terrebonne life lines. (Houma, Louisiana: Terrebonne Geneal. Society, 1982-), Volume 17, Number 3, page 169.

    Elizabeth Bourg was born circa 1726 at Port Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. She was the daughter of François Bourg and Madeleine Hebert. She married Ambroise Naquin, son of Jaçques Naquin and Jeanne Melancon, circa 1749 at Cobequid, Acadia, Nova Scotia, Canada. As of circa 1749, her married name was Naquin.

    From Our Family Information, compiled by Daniel Scheer.

  5. From Our Family Information, compiled by Daniel Scheer.