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1. Title:   Robert Matherne, <i>October 2000 Update with new Babin links to Port Royal</i> (RootsWeb Worldconnect)
Page:   Online
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2. Title:   Michelle Ruel, <i>Ruel-O'Brien</i> (RootsWeb WroldConnect)
Page:   Online
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3. Title:   <i>Project Acadians in Gray</i>, Steven A. Cormier online [http://65.254.84.198/Intro.htm], accessed 13 Jan 2006
Page:   Bertand Appendix
4. Title:   Tim Hebert, "Acadian Census - 1671," document, Tim Hebert, <i>Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History</i> (http://www.acadian-cajun.com/genacad1.htm: accessed ), ; citing National Archives of Canada microfilm C-2572.
Page:   Downloaded; 7 August 2005
5. Title:   Francois Roux, Francois Roux, <i>Recensement de1671</i> (: accessed ), .
Page:   Downloaded; 14 August 2006
Text:   Ce recensement est extrait de l'étude de Nicole T.BUJOLD et MauriceCAILLEBEAU, "Les origines françaises des premières familles acadiennes"éditée par le Conseil Général de la Vienne en1979.

Notes
a. Note:   egette Lambelot:
"Clement Bertrand of La Chaussee, a carpenter, arrived at Port-Royal in 1642, but he did not become the patriarch of that family. <b>He married Huguette Lambelot in 1645, but they had no children.</b> Not until Claude Bertrand, no kin to Clement, arrived at Port-Royal in the mid-1680s and married Catherine, a daughter of Jean Pitre, would the Bertrand family take root in the colony. Two of their sons, Jean and Jean-Baptiste, settled at Chepoudy and married into the Leger and Doucet families. Younger sons Pierre and Jacques married Molaison sisters and settled in the Minas Basin."
<i>Sources:</i> Arsenault, Genealogie, 429-30, 1105, 1539-40; White, Dictionnaire Acadiennes, 134-35, 138-39; White, Dictionnaire English Supplement, 30. Arsenault says Clement and Huguette married in 1649. He also claims that Claude was the son of Clement, but White says otherwise. Jean-Francois Bertrand, who died before the first Acadian census of 1671, married Ozanne (Marie-Anne) Chevros in 1650 and settled at Plaisance, now Placentia, Newfoundland, where they raised children, but this was not a settlement in Acadia per se. See White, Dictionnaire Acadiennes, 135-37.
[from Acadians in Gray website]
Note:   The following seems to refute that Claude was the son of Clement and Hu


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