Person:Jean Le Blanc (8)

Jean Simon Le Blanc
d.1766/1775
m. ABT 1697
  1. Joseph (dit Cajetan) Le BlancABT 1698 - 1775
  2. Anne Le BlancABT 1700 - 1792
  3. Jean Simon Le Blanc1703 - 1766
  4. Marie Le Blanc1706 - 1781
  5. Pierre Le Blanc, II1708 - 1755
  6. Paul (dit Polet) Le BlancABT 1711 - 1773
  7. Madeleine Le Blanc1714 - 1715
  8. Charles (dit Chat) Le Blanc1716 - 1805
  • HJean Simon Le Blanc1703 - 1766
  • WJeanne DupuisABT 1704 - AFT 1775
m. 23 Nov 1722
  1. Anastasie Le Blanc1727 -
Facts and Events
Name Jean Simon Le Blanc
Alt Name Simon
Gender Male
Birth[1] 25 Aug 1703 Port Royal, , , Acadia
Christening? 28 Sep 1703 Port Royal, , , Acadia
Marriage 23 Nov 1722 Port Royal, , , Acadiato Jeanne Dupuis
Residence[4] 1756/1761 , , MA
Death[2] 1766/1775
Burial[3]

!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. 993; own copy. #(34): Jean-Simon was on the 1757 census at Westboro, MA, age 65 years (sic); on 1763 MA census.

!EDUCATION: He was able to read, as reported by Rev. Parkman in his diaries. He could also write, when he signed a petition dated 9 Dec 1745, sent to Mascarene, along with Louis ROBICHAUD (also signed) and five other Acadians who only made a mark. (See REPORT CONCERNING CANADIAN ARCHIVES FOR THE YEAR 1905, vol. II, Part III, p. 199 (English edition).

!BIRTH-MARRIAGE-CHILDREN-RESIDENCES: Arsenault, H&G, p. 649 (Port Royal). Deported to Massachusetts with some member of his family, he settled at Saint Ours around 1768.

!FAMILY: See extensive article by C.[larence] J. d'Entremont & Hector Hébert, "Parkman's Diary and the Acadian Exiles in Massachusetts," in FRENCH CANADIAN & ACADIAN GENEALOGICAL REVIEW, vol. I, no. 4 (Winter 1968), pp. 241-294. Jean-Simon is the Acadian head of family whom Parkman befriended, and wrote extensively about for many years. Jean-Simon was age 53 when they met on 19 Oct 1756, and Rev. Parkman recorded 43 visits, up to the beginning of 1761, to this French family in his diaries.

!BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGE-CENSUS-DEATH: Web page "Descendants of Daniel LeBlanc" by Lucie M. LE BLANC CONSENTINO at<http://www.familytreemaker.com/users/c/o/n/Lucie-M-Consentino/GENE19> accessed in May 1999. Jean-Simon LeBLANC, born 25 Aug 1703 at Port-Royal, Acadia, son of Pierre & Madeleine BOURQUE. He married (dispensation for consanguinity 4/4) Jeanne DUPUIS on 12 [sic] Nov 1722 at Port-Royal. He was in the census for Westboro, MA in 1757 at age 64 years. He was also on the 1763 MA census. He died between 28 Feb 1766 and 28 Sep 1775.

References
  1. Stephen A. White. Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes. (2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999), p. 993.

    Jean-Simon LE BLANC, son of Pierre LE BLANC & 2nd wife Madeleine BOURG, born 25 Aug 1703, baptized (Port Royal Register) on 28 Sep 1703; sponsors: Sr. [Sieur] Simon de BONAVENTURE (frigate captain & lt. of the King) & Jeanne de GUÉZENET [who have signed].

    The year after this baptism, the godfather became Governor of Acadia. The godmother was Smon's 2nd wife Jeanne JANNIERE, dit GESENET.

  2. Stephen A. White. Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes. (2 vols., Moncton, New Brunswick: Centre d'Études Acadiennes, 1999), p. 993.

    He died between 28 Feb 1766 and 28 Sep 1775.

  3. Clarence J. d'Entremont & Hector J. Hébert. "Parkman's Diary and the Acadian exiles in Massachusetts". (in FRENCH CANADIAN AND ACADIAN GENEALOGICAL REVIEW,vol. 1, no. 3 (Winter 1968), pp. 241-294.), p. 292.

    "It seems that Monsieur LeBlanc's destiny was that of an unmarked grave in a Salem [MA] cemetery."

  4. Clarence J. d'Entremont & Hector J. Hébert. "Parkman's Diary and the Acadian exiles in Massachusetts". (in FRENCH CANADIAN AND ACADIAN GENEALOGICAL REVIEW,vol. 1, no. 3 (Winter 1968), pp. 241-294.), p. 248.