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  1. Madeleine Broussard: Birth: ABT 1681 in Port Royale, Acadie. Death: 21 NOV 1731 in Pisiquit, Bassin des Mines, Acadie

  2. Pierre Broussard: Birth: ABT 1683 in Port Royale, Acadie. Death: ABT 1740

  3. Marie Anne Broussard: Birth: JAN 1686 in Port Royale, Acadie.

  4. Catherine-Josèphe Broussard: Birth: ABT 1686 in Port Royale, Acadie. Death: BET 1729 AND 1730 in Port Royale, Acadie

  5. Claude Brousard: Birth: ABT 1697 in Port Royale, Acadie.


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1. Title:   John Murphy, <i>Murphy-Jentz Family Tree</i> (Online: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=j ohnmurphy last updated Tue Apr 24 13:47:19 2001. : John Murphy < JohnPaulMurphy@Worldnet.att.net >)
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3. Title:   éééBonaventure Arsenault, <i>Histoire et Généalogie des Acadiens, vols. 1-6; 1630-1775</i> (Quebec, Le Conseil de la Vie Francaise en Amerique, 1965)
Page:   p. 471 (Port Royal)
4. Title:   Stephen A. White, <i>Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes, Volume: I A-G; II H-Z</i> (Centre D'études Acadiennes - Universitâe de Moncton, Moncton (N.-B.), EiA 3E9, 1999)
Page:   p. 284
5. Title:   Government of Nova Scotia, "An Acadian Parish Remembered," database, Province of Nova Scotia, <i>The Registers of St. Jean-Baptiste, Annapolis Royal, 1702-1755</i> (http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=3&cad=rja&uact=8&ved=0CDQQjBAwAg&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.novascotia.ca%2Fnsarm%2Fvirtual%2Facadian%2Fdefault.asp%3FLanguage%3DEnglish&ei=9prJU-OuCqb28AGG5oHAAQ&usg=AFQjCNEFsOdainsDDBqNMxovSu2C7ZHVoA&bvm=bv.71198958,d.b2U: accessed ), ; citing Nova Scotia Archives.
Page:   Axxessed; 21 July 2014
6. Title:   Yvon Cyr, "Acadian Census 1678," database, Yvon Cyr, <i>Acadian Genealogy</i> (file:///D:/!My%20Genealogy/Genea%20Research/Places/!Acadia/!Acadian%20Census/1678%20Census/census1678.html: accessed ), ; citing "French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review", Volume VII, No. 1, Spring 1979, pp. 47-66, Translated by Rev. Clarence J. d'Entremont.
Page:   Downloaded; 29 January 2003; Folio 20v
Text:   The 1678 census of Acadia presented in the following eight messages was publishedin the "French Canadian and Acadian Genealogical Review", Volume VII, No. 1, Spring 1979, pp. 47-66.It was translated into English for publication by Rev. Clarence J. d'Entremont. He has inserted some comments insquare brackets [ ] to clarify portions of the census. The original article was profusely footnoted. I have removedall of his notes as to the possible identification of the children in the census, but have left his estimate asto each child's year of birth following their age as it appears in the census, but have left his estimate as toeach child's year of birth following their age as it appears in the census. These years did NOT appear in the census.From his comparison to the census of 1671 and 1686, he had determined that this census was possibly taken in thelater part of 1678, but more likely in the early part of 1679.
7. Title:   Tim Hebert, "Census of Port Royal 1678," database, Tim Hebert, <i>Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History</i> (file:///D:/!My%20Genealogy/Genea%20Research/Places/!Acadia/!Acadian%20Census/1678%20Census/1678cens.htm: accessed ), ; citing Correlated by Rev. Clarence J. d'Entremont.
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Text:   <b>Column (a) is the age according to the 1678 census. Column (b) is the birth year, calculated from the 1678 census. Column (c) is the name of the child according to the censuses in whichthe name occurs. Column (d) is the birth year, calculated from the 1671 census. Column (e) is the birth year, calculated from the 1686 census.</b>
8. Title:   Tim Hebert, "1686 Acadian Census," database, Tim Hebert, <i>Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History</i> (http://www.acadian-cajun.com/1686cens.htm: accessed ), ; citing Canadian National Archives microfilm C-2752.
Page:   Downloaded; 7 August 2005; Port Royal
Text:   Taken by Monsieur De Meulles, Intendant of New France and Acadia at the beginning of 1686
9. Title:   Yvon Cyr, "Acadian Census 1686," database, Yvon Cyr, <i>Acadian Genealogy</i> (http://www.acadian.org/: accessed ), .
Page:   Downloaded; 29 January 2014; Port Royal
Text:   Taken by Monsieur De Meulles, Intendant of New France and Acadia at the beginning of 1686

Notes
a. Note:   <u><i>From the S&B website: </i></u><b>Jean Francois Broussard </b>Jean Francois Broussard traveled to the port city of La Rochelle, France from his home in Poiters, France at the age of 17 in 1671. He boarded the vessel L'Oranger bound for Port Royal, Nova Scotia where he resided for many years. Jean Francois Broussard is listed in the census of Port Royal in the years 1678, 1686, & 1714. Jean Francois Broussard married Catherine (Richard) Broussard and together they became the primary ancestors of the Broussard family line of Louisiana and Texas. Link: <i>http://sevanbroussard.com/indexsbnewsii.html
<u>From GreenPasture.com: </i></u>"Francois Brossard, ancestor of one of the most famous families in Acadian history, was born <u><i>perhaps in Acadia</i></u> in c1653 to parents still unknown. He married Catherine, daughter of Michel Richard, at Port-Royal in c1678. They settled on haute rivière, now the upper Annapolis River, at a place called Beausoleil. Not long after his marriage, Francois "collaborated with Pierre Thibodeau in the colonization of Chipoudy, but he did not go to settle there himself." Francois and Catherine had 11 children. Four of their daughters married into the Landry, Doucet, Préjean, and Bourg families. Francois and Catherine had six sons, all born at Port-Royal, five of whom created families of their own. Francois died suddenly at his farm on haute rivière in December 1716, in his early 60s. "
!CENSUS: 1686, Port Royal, Acadia, [p. 6]. Name spelled Francois BROSSARD, age 33 years. Livi ng with wife Catherine RICHARD, age 22, and 3 children--oldest Magdelaine 5, Pierre 3, and yo ungest a girl not yet baptised only 11 days old. They have 1 gun, 7 cattle, 6 sheep and 5 pig s. No land.
!CENSUS: 1693, Port Royal, Acadia. Name Francois BROSARD, age 39 years. Living with wife 29 , and children Marie 11, Pierre 9, Marie [again] 7, and Catherine-Josephe 3. They have 15 cat tle, 20 sheep, 16 hogs, on 7 arpents, with 1 gun.
!CENSUS: 1698, Port Royal, Acadia. Name Francois BROSSARD, age 45. Wife is 35. Children: Magd elaine 18 [really 17?], Pierre 15, Marie 13, Catherine 7 [really 9?], Elisabeth 5, Francois 3 , Claude 1/2. They have 15 cattle, 20 sheep, 14 hogs, on 16 arpents with 2 fruit trees, 2 gun s, 1 servant.
!CENSUS: 1700 [really 1699?], Port Royal, Acadia. Name Jean [no Francois] BROSSARD, age 46. W ife is 36. Children: Marie 18, Piere [sic] 16, Marie-Anne 14, Catherine 10, Francois 6 [reall y 4?], Claude 5 [really 2?], Isabelle 4 [really 6?], Francoise 3 [could this be the same Fran cois as above?], Allexandre [sic] 1. They have 24 cattle, 26 sheep on 15 arpents, with 1 gun.
!CENSUS: 1701, Port Royal, Acadia. Name Francois BROSSART, age 53 [really 48?]. Wife is 38. C hildren: Magdeleine 20, Pierre 18, Marion 16, Catherine 10 [really 11?], Isabelle 7, Francoi s 5, Claude 3, Alexandre 2.
!CENSUS: 1703, Port Royal, Acadia. Name Francois BROSSARD, with wife, 5 boys and 3 girls. [We re there 4 boys, 5 girls before? Have the 2 missing girls married?] There is one arms beare r [himself?].
!CENSUS: 1714, Port Royal, Acadia. "Brossard and his wife, 5 males."
<b>Children </b>1. Marie Madeleine Broussard ABT 1681 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada BEF 21 Nov 1731 Pisiguit, , , Acadia 2. Pierre Brossard Abt 1683 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada   3. Marie Anne Broussard ABT Jan 1686 Port Royal, , , Acadia   4. Catherine Josephe Broussard ABT 1690 Port Royal, , , Acadia 1730/1732 , , , Acadia 5. Isabelle Brossard 1693 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada Dec 8 1718 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada 6. Francois Brossard 1695 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada 9 Nov 1717 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada 7. Claude Broussard ABT 1697 Port Royal, , , Acadia   8. Francoise Brossard 1697 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada   9. Alexandre Broussard Beausoleil Abt 1699 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada 18 Sep 1765 St Martinville, St Martin, Louisiana, United States 10. Joseph Broussard 1702 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada 20 Oct 1765 St. Martinville, St. Martin Parish, LA 11. Jean Baptiste Brossard 23 March 1705 Port Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada  

b. Note:   Posted by Andy Scott (greydale@hughes.net) in Mar 2008. Text: Mitch Conover, a Broussard Family researcher, shows the following on his BROUSSARD CD: FIRST GENERATION 1. François BROUSSARD was born in 1653 in Acadia. He died on December 31,1716 in Port Royal, Acadia. François's parents remain an enigma; however, research over the last few years has produced likely prospects for his mother; at the marriage of Charles BROUSSARD to Madeleine LeBLANC, a dispensation for consanguinity was requested due to relationship existing between the two, the consanguinity was granted for the marriage of these third cousins. The relationship could only exist by one of the following conditions:
1) François's mother was an unaccounted for daughter of a DOUCET, although all known DOUCET daughters have been accounted for, and none were married to a BROUSSARD;
2) that François's mother was a daughter of Guillaume TRAHAN, and there is a daughter that has not been accounted for, the youngest daughter of Guillaume and his first wife when they arrived with two daughters from France. The oldest daughter Jeanne married Jacques BOURGEOIS, and the other daughter remains a mystery. Mr. Stephen WHITE, the noted genealogist of the University of Moncton, has expressed a belief that this unaccounted for daughter of Guillaume and his first wife, likely married young, had a child or children, and then died young, thus she never appeared on a census. The censuses never accounted for the deceased colony members. The speculation that François BROUSSARD had arrived in Acadia aboard the ship "L'Oanger" in 1654 has also been disproven. The French Maritime Archive records denote that the ship "L'Oranger" never sailed to Acadia during the era of 1653 or 1654, that its only sailing had been to Santo Domingo, but the manifests contained no passengers or crew members named BROUSSARD. Additionally, a year before François was supposed to have sailed from France, he is on record as buying clothing from the widow of a trapper who had drowned while trapping. This record is maintained in the Canadian Archives, as noted by Stephen WHITE.
c. Note:   r, 1992; p. 3; Salt Lake City Family History Library. "Jean François BROSSARD, born in France around 1654, sailed for Acadia from La Rochelle in spring 1671 aboard the ship "L'Oranger" [sic] (Reference: HA-40 ). He married around 1681 to Catherine RICHARD; ten children. He died at Port Royal on 13 [sic] Dec 1716 (AG: v.5, #2-13).
Note:   May R. Newhouse, <i>A BROUSSARD & ROMERO ANCESTRY; 1600-1940</i>; Autho


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