m. ABT 1650
m. ABT 1684
m. ABT 1697
Facts and Events
!BIRTH-PARENTS-CENSUS-MARRIAGES-BURIAL: Stephen A. White, DICTIONNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ACADIENNES; 1636-1714; Moncton, New Brunswick, Centre d'Etudes Acadiennes, 1999, 2 vols.; p. 983; own copy. #6:
!BIRTH-MARRIAGES-CHILDREN-DEATH: Arsenault, H&G, p. 648 (Port Royal). 2nd wife daughter of Jean BOURG & Marguerite MARTIN. Last child born 1716. Died in 1717.
!BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGES-CHILDREN-DEATH: Bona Arsenault, HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1625-1810; Ottawa, Editions Lemeac, 1978, 6 vols.; pp. 450 & 648 (Port Royal); own copy. Madeleine, born around 1666, "truly" the daughter of Antoine & Antoinette LANDRY [sic], married Pierre LEBLANC.
!PARENTS-MARRIAGE: Janet Jehn, CORRECTIONS & ADDITIONS TO ARSENAULT'S HISTOIRE ET GENEALOGIE DES ACADIENS; 1550-1850; Covington, KY, author, 1988; p. 3; own copy. Pierre's 2nd wife Madeleine should be daughter of Francois & Marguerite BOUDROT (reference to FRENCH CANADIAN & ACADIAN GENEALOGICAL REVUE; Winter 1968).
!BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGES-CHILDREN: Linda Dube', THERIAULT GENEALOGY; 1601-1993; Madawaska, ME, author, 1993; p. 218; own copy; in 2 vols., continuously pages; covers mainly the Canadian branches. Pierre LEBLANC, born 1664, son of Daniel & Francoise GAUDET, married 1st abt 1684 to Marie THERIAULT, daughter of Claude & Marie Louise GAUTROT; son Pierre born 1685. He married 2nd abt 1699 to Madeleine BOURG.
!CENSUS: 1671, Port Royal, Acadia [p. 10], age 7 years.
!CENSUS: 1678, age 15 years.
!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, age 21 years. Living next door to brothers and near parents who are both 60 and still hold large farm and many animals. None are listed for Pierre.
!CENSUS: 1693, age 28 years, widower.
!CENSUS: 1698, age 35 years (sic).
!CENSUS: 1700, age 35 years.
!BIRTH-PARENTS-MARRIAGES-CHILDREN-RESIDENCES-MILITARY-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. Pierre is the only son of Daniel & Francoise GAUDET who remained at Port-Royal, where he inherited the paternal home at Pré-Ronde (nine miles up river from the Port-Royal fort. (Reference: M. LABAT letter dated 6 Jul 1884). He was a Captain in the militia, wounded in the hip in a skirmish between the French, under the command of M. de SUBERCASE, and the Bostonians (Reference: M. LABAT letter dated 6 Jul 1707, in NOUVELLE-FRANCE; vol. II; 1884, pp. 477-478).