Person:Ursule Braud (1)

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Ursule Braud
b.ABT 1720
m. 1704
  1. Ursule BraudABT 1720 - abt 1786
m. ABT 1759
  1. Daniel LeBlancabt 1760 - 1763
  2. Simon LeBlanc1761 -
Facts and Events
Name[1][4] Ursule Braud
Gender Female
Birth[2][13] ABT 1720
Alt Birth[11] 1721
Marriage ABT 1759 to Jean-Baptiste LeBlanc, pere
Residence[7] BET 1763 AND 1772 St. Servan Parish,,Ille et Vilaine,France
Census[8][14] 15 SEP 1772 St. Malo,,,France
Burial[5][6][12] 06 FEB 1784 Nantes,,,France
Emigration[2][9][15] 07 APR 1785 Nantes to New Orleans
Death[10] abt 1786 Valenzuela, Assumption, Louisiana, United States
References
  1. #91 Jean-Baptiste LeBlanc, in White, Stephen A; Hector-J Hébert; and Patrice Gallant. Dictionnaire généalogique des familles acadiennes. (Moncton, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada: Centre d'études acadiennes, Université de Moncton, 1999), vol. 2, pg. 1016.

    married c 1759

  2. 2.0 2.1 The crew and passenger registration lists of the seven Acadian expeditio ns of 1785 : a listing by family groups of the refugee Acadians who migrated from Fra nce, pg. 16.

    Ship La Bergere from Nantes to New Orleans
    Ursule Brod, widow LeBlanc 65 [b abt 1720]
    Simon, 23, day laborer
    Mageleine LeBlanc, 11, daughter

  3.   White, Stephen A; Hector-J Hébert; and Patrice Gallant. Dictionnaire généalogique des familles acadiennes. (Moncton, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada: Centre d'études acadiennes, Université de Moncton, 1999), http://www.umoncton.ca/umcm-ceaac/files/umcm-ceaac/wf/wf/pdf/cor-dict.pdf.

    note for pg 16 (Sep 2003) identifies the parents of Ursule Breau who married Jean Baptiste LeBlanc.

  4. White, Stephen A; Hector-J Hébert; and Patrice Gallant. Dictionnaire généalogique des familles acadiennes. (Moncton, Westmorland, New Brunswick, Canada: Centre d'études acadiennes, Université de Moncton, 1999), vol. 2, pg. 1016.
  5. Robichaux, Albert J., Jr. The Acadian Exiles in Nantes, 1775-1785. (Harvey, Louisiana: The Author, 1978), pg. 115.
  6. Braud, Gerard-Marc. Les Acadiens en France: Nantes et Paimboeuf 1775 - 1785. (Nantes: Ouest Editions, [1999]), pg. 181.
  7. Robichaux, Albert J., Jr. The Acadian Exiles in Saint-Malo, 1758-1785. (Eunice, Louisiana: Hebert Publications, 1981), vol. 2, pg. 565.
  8. Milton P. Rieder, Jr., and Norma Gaudet Rieder (comps). Role of the Truly Acadian Families, September 15, 1772. Acadians in France, 1762-1776. ((Metairie, La.: By the comps., 1967)), Jean Baptiste LeBlanc Household, pg. 76.
  9. Rieder, Milton P., and Norma Gaudet Rieder. The Crew and Passenger Registration Lists of the Seven Acadian Expeditions of 1785: A Listing by Family Groups of the Refugee Acadians Who Migrated from France to Spanish Louisiana in 1785. (Metairie, Louisiana: The Authors, 1965), pg. 16.
  10. No record of Ursule's death has been located. She is listed among those who debarked the ship La Bergere in New Orleans and settled in the Valenzuela area. In the census of 1788 her son Simon and her step-granddaughter Magdelaine are enumerated, but Ursule is not found and presumed dead. Many of the passengers of the ship were ill, there were also smallpox epidemics in 1786 and 1787.
  11. based on age in 1772 census
  12. age 64 years
  13. based on age in 1785 ship list
  14. Jean Baptiste LeBlanc, 49, laborer, of St. Malo
    Ursule Brauth, 38, his wife, weaves and spins
    Jean Bapte., 24, their son, carpenter
    Simon, 10, their son
  15. Ship La Bergere from Nantes to New Orleans
    Ursule Brod, widow LeBlanc 65
    Simon, 23, day laborer
    Mageleine LeBlanc, 11, daughter