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  1. Jean l'aîné /BERTRAND/: Birth: ABT 1692. Death: 20 DEC 1757 in Québec [City], Nouvelle-France

  2. Jean Baptiste le jeune /BERTRAND/: Birth: ABT 1696. Death: BEF 5 SEP 1763


Sources
1. Title:   <i>Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal</i>, Acadia, Wendy Pitre-Roostan online [http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/],
AddressaddressLine1:   The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia
Name:   Wendy Roostan-Pitre
Givenname:   Wendy Roostan-Pitre
RepositoryId:   R88
Repository:   R25
CallNumber:   ghislain_renaud
Address:   The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia
2. Title:   Eileen Avery, <i>Avery/Deslauriers</i> , RootsWeb WorldConnect
Page:   GEDCOM
Note:   RootsWeb WorldConnect: http://worldconnect.genealogy.rootsweb.com/cgi-
Name:   World Connect at RootsWeb
Givenname:   World Connect at RootsWeb
RepositoryId:   R25
Repository:   R25
CallNumber:   sossada
Note continued:   bin/igm.cgi?db=ib4eexcept. updated Tue Nov 21 - 10:55:05 2000. Contact: Eileen Avery < ib4eexcept@aol.com >, GEDCOMs: Yes/Text Notes/ Lots of source annotations! Source for Nicolas Trahan Descendant GEDCOM;
3. 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)
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:   BEF 18 FEB 1727
5. Title:   <i>Acadian Census Records - 1686</i> (early 1686)
Page:   1686 Census at Port Royal: Claude BERTRAN 35, Catherine PITRE 18, they live at Cap de Sable.
Note:   Recorded by Monsieur De Meulles, Intendant of New France and Acadia at t
AddressaddressLine1:   4723 W Grace St Lucie LeBlanc Consentino
Addresscity:   Chicago
Addressstate:   IL
AddresspostalCode:   60641
Name:   Personal Files Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home
Givenname:   Personal Files Acadian & French Canadian Ancestral Home
RepositoryId:   R3 R64
Repository:   R25
CallNumber:   devalter :a21855
Address:   4723 W Grace St Chicago, IL 60641 Lucie LeBlanc Consentino
Note continued:   he beginning of 1686
6. Title:   <i>Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal</i>, Acadia, Wendy Pitre-Roostan online [http://homepage.ntlworld.com/pitretrail/],
Page:   Online
AddressaddressLine1:   The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia
Name:   Wendy Roostan-Pitre
Givenname:   Wendy Roostan-Pitre
RepositoryId:   R88
Repository:   R25
CallNumber:   ghislain_renaud
Address:   The Pitre Trail From Acadia: Descendants of Jean Pitre from his arrival in Port Royal, Acadia
7. 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:   pg. 138
8. Title:   Yvon Cyr, "Acadian Census 1686," database, Yvon Cyr, <i>Acadian Genealogy</i> (http://www.acadian.org/: accessed ), .
Page:   Downloaded; 29 January 2003; Port Royal
Text:   Taken by Monsieur De Meulles, Intendant of New France and Acadia at the beginning of 1686
9. 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
10. Title:   1693 Acadian Census, <i>Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History,</i> Copyright © 1997-99 Tim Hebert
Page:   Riviere du Port Royale
Note:   The original census can be found on microfilm C-2572 of the National Ar
AddressaddressLine1:   4723 W Grace St Tim Hebert
Addresscity:   Chicago
Addressstate:   IL
AddresspostalCode:   60641
Name:   Personal Files Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History
Givenname:   Personal Files Acadian-Cajun Genealogy & History
RepositoryId:   R3 R65
Repository:   R25
CallNumber:   devalter :859356
Address:   4723 W Grace St Chicago, IL 60641 Tim Hebert
Note continued:   chives of Canada.

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. He married Huguette Lambelot in 1645, but they had no children. 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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