Spinning The Names (Part 3)

©Renee 2012

Everyone by now has heard of the Sandy Hook shooting, that name Sandy and the circus attacking gun rights. Let’s face it, this story is so used and abused regarding gun rights that is pathetic, and for the poor families involved ? Disgusting. To use people as pawns in their pain is about as low as it gets….

https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2012/12/16/mind-games-and-staged-terror-to-disarm-with-smiles/

http://lamecherry.blogspot.com/2012/12/ashkenaz.html

I read a post above from a dear,  funny and very interesting Cherry and it got me. I am not the only one noting these name games. Cherry is a sharp one. Anyway, then this nasty story comes up on a paper that published a list of gunowners like they were criminal or something, not just ordinary people with protection. How is that for starting trouble by design ? Again, about as low as it gets, but here is the twist ! That name thing I keep finding like sweet Cherry. I find the name Lambert a lot in my reading. Like these:

Roche/ Gill:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Roche,_Baroness_Fermoy

Gill-Gillette, Lloyd, Lambert, Mellon (poor Bunny gave money to John Edwards)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Lambert_Mellon

*Note the Conover, Clopton, Warner-Varner and Viscount MOORE connections also*

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/H%C3%B4tel_Lambert

Hôtel Lambert (pronounced: [otɛl lɑ̃bɛːʁ]) is a hôtel particulier, a grand mansion townhouse, on the Quai Anjou on the eastern tip of the Île Saint-Louis, Paris IVème; the name, Hôtel Lambert, was a sobriquet that designated a 19th-century political faction of Polish exiles, who gathered there.

The house on an irregular site at the tip of the Île Saint-Louis in the heart of Paris was designed by architect Louis Le Vau.  It was built between 1640 and 1644, originally for the financier Jean-Baptiste Lambert (d. 1644) and continued by his younger brother Nicolas Lambert, later president of the Chambre des Comptes. For Nicolas Lambert, the interiors were decorated by Charles Le Brun, François Perrier, and Eustache Le Sueur, producing one of the finest, most-innovative, and iconographically coherent examples of mid-17th-century domestic architecture and decorative painting in France.

Both painters worked on the internal decoration for almost five years, producing the gallant allegories of Le Brun’s grand Galerie d’Hercule (still in situ) and the small Cabinet des Muses, with five canvases by Le Sueur that were purchased for the royal collection (now in the Louvre) and the earlier ensemble, the Cabinet de l’Amour, which in its original configuration featured an alcove for a canopied bed upon which the lady of the house would receive visitors, according to the custom of the day. Significantly the alcove was eliminated about 1703. All the ensembles featured themes of love and marriage. However, the paintings have since been dispersed.

The Galerie d’Hercule, decorated by Charles Le Brun, in an engraving by Bernard Picart, ca. 1713-18

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The entrance gives onto the central square courtyard, around which the hôtel was built. A wing extends to the right at the rear, embracing a walled garden.

At the same time, Louis Le Vau constructed a residence for himself adjacent to the Hôtel Lambert. He lived there between 1642 and 1650. It was where all of his children were born and his mother died. After the architect’s own death in 1670, his hôtel was bought by the La Haye family, who owned the other residence as well. Both buildings were then joined and their façades combined.

In the 1740s, the Marquise du Châtelet and Voltaire, her lover, used the Hôtel Lambert as their Paris residence when not at her country estate in Cirey. The marquise was famed for her salon there. Later, the Marquis du Châtelet sold the Lambert to Claude Dupin and his wife Louise-Marie Dupin, who continued the tradition of the salon. The Dupins were ancestors of writer George Sand, who, because of her relationship with the Polish composer Chopin, was also a frequent guest there of the 19th-century Polish owners of the property.

The political salon

In 1843, the hôtel particulier was bought by Prince Adam Jerzy Czartoryski of the powerful family of Polish magnates. Two of its members, Konstanty Adam and Adam Jerzy Czartoryski, were leaders of the liberal aristocratic faction of the Polish Great Emigration, which came into being after the collapse of the November Uprising of 1830–1831 in Poland. The political group was formed around the latter, and his palatial dwelling lent its name to the faction.

The political beliefs of the Hôtel Lambert faction were derived from the May 3rd Constitution that the members supported. The Hôtel Lambert played an important part in keeping the “Polish question” alive in European politics by promoting the Polish cause. It also served as a safe harbor for Polish emigrants and royalists, exiled from their country after the unsuccessful uprising against Russia. Among the notable politicians taking part in Hôtel Lambert’s activities were Władysław Czartoryski, Józef Bem, Henryk Dembiński, Karol Kniaziewicz, Julian Ursyn Niemcewicz, Władysław Stanisław Zamoyski, and Władysław Ostrowski. Activist Leon Kaplinski was also a member.

Chopin‘s Polonaise – A Ball in Hôtel Lambert in Paris,” watercolor and gouache, 1849-1860, painted by Teofil Kwiatkowski, National Museum in Poznań; the vaulted décor was temporary

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Initially a political think tank and a discussion club, the political faction also started to work on the preservation and promotion of the Polish culture. A Polish language library, an historical society, two schools teaching Polish (one for girls, one for boys), and several other notable social and cultural organizations were founded next to the hôtel. Within time, it became one of the most important centers of Polish culture in the world, especially after the January Uprising, when the Polish language and culture became heavily persecuted in Poland itself.

Among the notable guests and patrons of the Hôtel Lambert were some renowned artists and politicians of the epoch, including Frédéric Chopin, Zygmunt Krasiński, Alphonse de Lamartine, George Sand, Honoré de Balzac, Hector Berlioz, Franz Liszt, Eugène Delacroix, and Adam Mickiewicz. In fact, Chopin’s “La Polonaise” was composed exclusively for the Polish ball held there every year.

The Polish library, founded in the Hôtel Lambert, still exists, although it was moved to a different place after World War II.

The Hôtel Lambert was discreetly split into several luxurious apartments. It was once the home of actress Michèle Morgan, Mona von Bismarck, and of the Alexis von Rosenberg, Baron de Redé, who rented the ground floor from 1949 until his death. De Redé entertained his lover Arturo Lopez-Willshaw (1900–1962), who continued to maintain a formal residence with wife Patricia in Neuilly. Redé and Lopez-Willshaw’s dinner parties were at the center of le tout Paris. In 1956, at de Redé’s Bal des Têtes, young Yves Saint-Laurent provided many of the headdresses, a jesture which boosted his career. In December 1969, de Redé had his most famous ball, the Bal Oriental, with guests like Jacqueline de Ribes, Guy de Rothschild, Salvador Dalí, Brigitte Bardot, Dolores Guinness, and Margrethe II of Denmark.

In 1975, the Czartoryski heirs sold the Hôtel Lambert to Baron Guy de Rothschild, whose wife, Marie-Hélène de Rothschild, was a close friend of de Redé; they used it as their Paris residence.

In September 2007, Prince Abdullah bin Khalifa al-Thani, brother of the Emir of Qatar bought the Hôtel Lambert from the Rothschilds for the purported sum of about 80 million euros ($111 million). The prince’s plan for a comprehensive overhaul of the building has sparked controversy and became the subject of legal action brought by French conservationists. The scheme reportedly includes plans to install lifts, an underground car park, and a number of security measures, including digging under the garden and raising the 17th-century garden wall about 80 cm. Former tenant Michèle Morgan criticized the plans in an interview, suggesting that super-rich clients wanting a tailor-made luxury modern residence should consider a larger site on the outskirts of Paris rather than a cramped position limited on all sides by the river Seine and listed monuments. However, Alain-Charles Perrot, the architect in charge of the project, suggests that there is an element of racism in objections to the plans.  (Incidentally, another mansion by Le Vau, the Hôtel de Hesselin, dating from 1642, was demolished in 1934 by its wealthy American owner, Helena Rubinstein, and replaced with a luxury block.) Indeed, the Lambert, a UNESCO-listed site, was divided into apartments by the Rothschilds, and parts of the wooden structure are rotting; the staircases are sagging, and the paint is cracked and discolored. Thierry Tomasi, the prince’s lawyer, has claimed that the installation of air conditioning will preserve the paintings and hinder cracking.

 See also

I also found  old notes on Lambert too:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Constant_Lambert

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Washington_Lambert

Now the name thing again…

http://christopherfountain.wordpress.com/2012/12/24/sauce-for-the-goose/

White Plains newspaper The Journal- News, a Gannett publication, has published the full name and address of every licensed pistol permit holder in three New York counties. I don’t know whether the Journal’s publisher Janet Hasson is a permit holder herself, but here’s how to find her to ask:

(UPDATE: Uh oh – InstaPundit’s linked here. Hundreds of thousands of readers; Janet, you have a great Christmas Eve)

Janet Hasson, publisher, Journal News

Janet Hasson, publisher, Journal News

Janet Hasson, 3 Gate House Lane, Mamaroneck, NY 10534.

Phone number:

(914) 694-5204

Here’s a photo showing her Mamaroneck house – interior shots are on Zillow:

Janet Hasson, 3 Gate House Rd, MamaroneckUPDATE: From reader RJS: Gannett’s CEO-

Gracia C Martore
728 Springvale Rd
Great Falls, VA 22066
(703) 759-5954

The reporter on the story is

Dwight R Worley
23006 139 Ave
Springfield Gardens, NY 11413 (718) 527-0832

UPDATE: Intrepid readers have come up with all sorts of contacts for these people:

EDITOR:

Miss Royle’s married name is Lambert. She lives in White Plains and here is her Facebook page complete with pictures of her and her kids. Hello Sanctimony.
http://www.facebook.com/CynDeeRoyle

Cynthia R Lambert

snip~

More on the Gill-Gillette name as well as this family here:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Thani

https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2012/12/26/spinning-the-music-part-2/

hummmm.. It just gets more and more strange….We will continue in comments.

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24 Responses to Spinning The Names (Part 3)

  1. Renee says:

    http://thepeerage.com/p23641.htm
    Hon. Lucinda Katherine Fanshawe Royle1
    F, #236401, b. 1962

    Hon. Lucinda Katherine Fanshawe Royle|b. 1962|p23641.htm#i236401|Anthony Henry Fanshawe Royle, Baron Fanshawe of Richmond|b. 27 Mar 1927\nd. 28 Dec 2001|p19125.htm#i191243|Shirley Worthington||p23640.htm#i236397|Sir Lancelot C. Royle||p23641.htm#i236403|Barbara R. Haldin||p23641.htm#i236404|John R. Worthington||p23640.htm#i236396||||

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    Hon. Lucinda Katherine Fanshawe Royle was born in 1962.1 She is the daughter of Anthony Henry Fanshawe Royle, Baron Fanshawe of Richmond and Shirley Worthington.2 She married Rupert Charles Ponsonby, 7th Baron de Mauley of Canford, son of Colonel Hon. Thomas Maurice Ponsonby and Maxine Henrietta Thellusson, on 21 December 2002.1
    From 21 December 2002, her married name became Ponsonby.1 As a result of her marriage, Hon. Lucinda Katherine Fanshawe Royle was styled as Lady de Mauley on 21 December 2002.
    Citations
    [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 1031. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    [S8] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    Rupert Charles Ponsonby, 7th Baron de Mauley of Canford1
    M, #236402, b. 30 June 1957

    Rupert Charles Ponsonby, 7th Baron de Mauley of Canford|b. 30 Jun 1957|p23641.htm#i236402|Colonel Hon. Thomas Maurice Ponsonby|b. 2 Aug 1930\nd. 14 Apr 2001|p2949.htm#i29486|Maxine Henrietta Thellusson||p35051.htm#i350503|Hubert W. Ponsonby, 5th Baron de Mauley of Canford|b. 21 Jul 1878\nd. 13 Sep 1962|p2725.htm#i27250|Elgiva M. Dundas|b. 9 Nov 1897\nd. 1987|p2726.htm#i27251|William D. K. Thellusson||p35051.htm#i350504||||

    Last Edited=3 Mar 2011
    Rupert Charles Ponsonby, 7th Baron de Mauley of Canford was born on 30 June 1957.3 He is the son of Colonel Hon. Thomas Maurice Ponsonby and Maxine Henrietta Thellusson.2 He married Hon. Lucinda Katherine Fanshawe Royle, daughter of Anthony Henry Fanshawe Royle, Baron Fanshawe of Richmond and Shirley Worthington, on 21 December 2002.1
    He was educated at Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire, England.3 He was chartered accoutnant with Samuel Montagu & Company Ltd between 1983 and 1993.3 He was decorated with the award of the Territorial Decoration (T.D.) in 1988.3 He was invested as a Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants (F.C.A.) in 1990.3 He was a director of Standard Chartered Merchant Bank Asia Ltd between 1994 and 1999.3 He was joint chairman and chief executive of Fixit Worldwide Ltd in 1999.3 He succeeded to the title of 7th Baron de Mauley of Canford, co. Dorset [U.K., 1838] on 17 October 2002.3 He lived in 2003 at The Common, Lechlade, Gloucestershire, England.3 He gained the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel in 2003 in the service of the Royal Wessex Yeomanry.3
    Citations
    [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 1031. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage, Baronetage & Knightage, 107th edition, 3 volumes (Wilmington, Delaware, U.S.A.: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 2003), volume 1, page 1081. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition.
    [S37] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 107th edition, volume 1, page 1080.
    Sir Lancelot Carrington Royle1
    M, #236403

    Last Edited=29 Jun 2007
    Sir Lancelot Carrington Royle married Barbara Rachel Haldin in 1977.1
    He was invested as a Knight Commander, Order of the British Empire (K.B.E.).1
    Child of Sir Lancelot Carrington Royle and Barbara Rachel Haldin
    Anthony Henry Fanshawe Royle, Baron Fanshawe of Richmond+2 b. 27 Mar 1927, d. 28 Dec 2001
    Citations
    [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 1031. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    [S8] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    Barbara Rachel Haldin1
    F, #236404

    Last Edited=29 Jun 2007
    Barbara Rachel Haldin married Sir Lancelot Carrington Royle in 1977.1 She died.1
    Her married name became Royle. In 1978 and died.1
    Child of Barbara Rachel Haldin and Sir Lancelot Carrington Royle
    Anthony Henry Fanshawe Royle, Baron Fanshawe of Richmond+2 b. 27 Mar 1927, d. 28 Dec 2001
    Citations
    [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 1031. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    [S8] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    Margaret Miller1
    F, #236405, d. 1773

    Last Edited=30 Jun 2007
    Margaret Miller married James Watt, son of James Watt and Agnes Muirhead, in 1763.1 She died in 1773, in childbirth.1
    She lived at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland.1 From 1763, her married name became Watt.1
    Child of Margaret Miller and James Watt
    James Watt1 b. 5 Feb 1769, d. 2 Jun 1848
    Citations
    [S18] Matthew H.C.G., editor, Dictionary of National Biography on CD-ROM (Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press, 1995), reference: Watt, James. Hereinafter cited as Dictionary of National Biography.

    James Watt1
    M, #236406, b. 1698, d. 1782

    James Watt|b. 1698\nd. 1782|p23641.htm#i236406|Thomas Watt|b. 1642\nd. 1734|p23643.htm#i236421||||||||||||||||

    Last Edited=30 Jun 2007
    James Watt was born in 1698.1 He was the son of Thomas Watt.1 He married Agnes Muirhead in 1728.1 He died in 1782.1
    He was chief magistrate of Greenock in 1751.1 He was a caprenter, joiner, builder, contracter and merchant.1 He lived at Greenock, Scotland.1 He had two other sons and a daughter, who all died young.1
    Children of James Watt and Agnes Muirhead
    James Watt+1 b. 19 Jan 1736, d. 25 Aug 1819
    John Watt1 b. c 1739, d. 1763
    Citations
    [S18] Matthew H.C.G., editor, Dictionary of National Biography on CD-ROM (Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press, 1995), reference: Watt, James. Hereinafter cited as Dictionary of National Biography.
    Clifford Bailey Farr1
    M, #236407

    Last Edited=30 Jun 2007
    Clifford Bailey Farr graduated with a Doctor of Medicine (M.D.).1 He lived at Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania, U.S.A..1
    Child of Clifford Bailey Farr
    Anne Bailey Farr+2
    Citations
    [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 1076. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    [S8] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    Anne Bailey Farr1
    F, #236408

    Anne Bailey Farr||p23641.htm#i236408|Clifford Bailey Farr||p23641.htm#i236407||||||||||||||||

    Last Edited=30 Jun 2007
    Anne Bailey Farr is the daughter of Clifford Bailey Farr.2 She married John Mackintosh Foot, Baron Foot, son of Rt. Hon. Isaac Foot and Eva Mackintosh, in 1936.1
    From 1936, her married name became Foot. As a result of her marriage, Anne Bailey Farr was styled as Baroness Foot on 29 November 1967.
    Children of Anne Bailey Farr and John Mackintosh Foot, Baron Foot
    Hon. Katherine Elliott Foot2 b. 1937
    Hon. John Winslow Foot2 b. 1939
    Citations
    [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 1076. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    [S8] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    Hon. John Winslow Foot1
    M, #236409, b. 1939

    Hon. John Winslow Foot|b. 1939|p23641.htm#i236409|John Mackintosh Foot, Baron Foot|b. 17 Feb 1909\nd. 12 Oct 1999|p19127.htm#i191266|Anne Bailey Farr||p23641.htm#i236408|Rt. Hon. Isaac Foot|b. 23 Feb 1880\nd. 13 Dec 1960|p23642.htm#i236415|Eva Mackintosh|d. 17 May 1946|p23642.htm#i236417|Clifford B. Farr||p23641.htm#i236407||||

    Last Edited=30 Jun 2007
    Hon. John Winslow Foot was born in 1939.1 He is the son of John Mackintosh Foot, Baron Foot and Anne Bailey Farr.2
    He was educated at Sidcot School, England.1 He was educated at Philadelphia College of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A..1 He lived in 1999 at Knaven Hill Farm, Alderminster, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, England.1
    Citations
    [S8] Charles Mosley, editor, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition, 2 volumes (Crans, Switzerland: Burke’s Peerage (Genealogical Books) Ltd, 1999), volume 1, page 1076. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    [S8] Charles Mosley, Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage, 106th edition.
    Hon. Katherine Elliott Foot1
    F, #236410, b. 1937

    Hon. Katherine Elliott Foot|b. 1937|p23641.htm#i236410|John Mackintosh Foot, Baron Foot|b. 17 Feb 1909\nd. 12 Oct 1999|p19127.htm#i191266|Anne Bailey Farr||p23641.htm#i236408|Rt. Hon. Isaac Foot|b. 23 Feb 1880\nd. 13 Dec 1960|p23642.htm#i236415|Eva Mackintosh|d. 17 May 1946|p23642.htm#i236417|Clifford B. Farr||p23641.htm#i236407||||

    Last Edited=30 Jun 2007
    Hon. Katherine Elliott Foot was born in 1937.1 She is the daughter of John Mackintosh Foot, Baron Foot and Anne Bailey Farr.2 She married, firstly, David Stavely Gordon in 1955.1 She married, secondly, David Illingworth.1
    From 1955, her married name became Gordon. Her married name became Illingworth.1 She lived in 1999 at 36 Albert Park Place, Montpelier, Bristol, Gloucestershire, England.

  2. Renee says:

    http://www.thepeerage.com/p60745.htm

    http://thepeerage.com/p26626.htm
    Ronald McChesney1
    M, #266251

    Ronald McChesney||p26626.htm#i266251|Earl McChesney||p26626.htm#i266252||||||||||||||||

    Last Edited=5 Feb 2008
    Ronald McChesney is the son of Earl McChesney.1 He married Susan Bancroft, daughter of Edgar Peter Henson Warburton Bancroft and Constance Wheadon, in 1967.1
    As of 1976, Ronald McChesney lived at Longview, Texas, U.S.A.1
    Child of Ronald McChesney and Susan Bancroft
    Angela McChesney1
    Citations
    [S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), Bancroft, page 58. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Irish Family Records.
    Earl McChesney1
    M, #266252

    Last Edited=5 Feb 2008
    Earl McChesney lived at Longview, Texas, U.S.A..1
    Child of Earl McChesney
    Ronald McChesney+1
    Citations
    [S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), Bancroft, page 58. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Irish Family Records.
    Angela McChesney1
    F, #266253

    Angela McChesney||p26626.htm#i266253|Ronald McChesney||p26626.htm#i266251|Susan Bancroft|b. 1944|p26625.htm#i266250|Earl McChesney||p26626.htm#i266252||||Edgar P. H. W. Bancroft|b. 1913|p26625.htm#i266241|Constance Wheadon||p26625.htm#i266242|

    Last Edited=5 Feb 2008
    Angela McChesney is the daughter of Ronald McChesney and Susan Bancroft.1
    Citations
    [S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), Bancroft, page 58. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Irish Family Records.
    Brigadier Donald Royle Jackson Bancroft1
    M, #266254, b. 18 July 1916

    Brigadier Donald Royle Jackson Bancroft|b. 18 Jul 1916|p26626.htm#i266254|Major Peter Henson Bancroft|b. 1877\nd. 1969|p26624.htm#i266236|Florence Adolphine Jackson|d. May 1962|p26624.htm#i266237|Lieutenant Henson Bancroft|b. 1840\nd. 1908|p26623.htm#i266230|Matilda Isles||p26624.htm#i266235|Henry V. Jackson||p26624.htm#i266238|Arabella Edie||p26624.htm#i266239|

    Last Edited=6 Feb 2008
    Brigadier Donald Royle Jackson Bancroft was born on 18 July 1916.1 He is the son of Major Peter Henson Bancroft and Florence Adolphine Jackson.1 He married Elizabeth Anne Rosetta Angas, daughter of Major Lawrence Lee Bazley Angas, on 8 May 1948.1
    He was educated at Ilminster.1 He was commissioned in 1936, in the service of the King’s Shropshire Light Infantry.1 He was educated at Royal Military College, Sandhurst, Berkshire, England.1 He fought in the Second World War, in France and Burma. He was mentioned in despatches.1 He fought in the Korean War, where he was mentioned in despatches.1 He fought in the Kenyan Campaign, where he was mentioned in despatches.1 He was Commander of the King’s Shropshire Light Infantry between 1953 and 1956.1 He was invested as a Officer, Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.) in 1961.1 He was Commander of the 149 Infantry Brigade between 1962 and 1965.1 He was the Defence Attaché at Korea in 1966.1 He retired from the military in 1968, with the rank of Brigadier.1 As of 1976, Brigadier Donald Royle Jackson Bancroft lived at Chicks Farm, Kilndown, Cranbrook, Kent, England.1
    Children of Brigadier Donald Royle Jackson Bancroft and Elizabeth Anne Rosetta Angas
    Clare Bancroft1 b. 4 Mar 1949
    Richard Lee Bancroft1 b. 23 Nov 1950
    Citations
    [S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), Bancroft, page 58. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Irish Family Records.
    Constance Jackson1
    F, #266255

    Constance Jackson||p26626.htm#i266255|Henry Vincent Jackson||p26624.htm#i266238|Arabella Edie||p26624.htm#i266239|||||||Alexander C. D. L. Edie||p26624.htm#i266240||||

    Last Edited=6 Feb 2008
    Constance Jackson is the daughter of Henry Vincent Jackson and Arabella Edie.1 She married Major Peter Henson Bancroft, son of Lieutenant Henson Bancroft and Matilda Isles, in 1928, she was the sister of his first wife.1
    From 1928, her married name became Bancroft.1
    Citations
    [S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), Bancroft, page 58. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Irish Family Records.

    Elizabeth Anne Rosetta Angas1
    F, #266256

    Elizabeth Anne Rosetta Angas||p26626.htm#i266256|Major Lawrence Lee Bazley Angas||p26626.htm#i266257||||||||||||||||

    Last Edited=6 Feb 2008
    Elizabeth Anne Rosetta Angas is the daughter of Major Lawrence Lee Bazley Angas.1 She married Brigadier Donald Royle Jackson Bancroft, son of Major Peter Henson Bancroft and Florence Adolphine Jackson, on 8 May 1948.1
    From 8 May 1948, her married name became Bancroft.1
    Children of Elizabeth Anne Rosetta Angas and Brigadier Donald Royle Jackson Bancroft
    Clare Bancroft1 b. 4 Mar 1949
    Richard Lee Bancroft1 b. 23 Nov 1950
    Citations
    [S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), Bancroft, page 58. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Irish Family Records.
    Major Lawrence Lee Bazley Angas1
    M, #266257

    Last Edited=6 Feb 2008
    Major Lawrence Lee Bazley Angas lived at New York, U.S.A..1 He lived at London, England.1 He lived at South Australia, Australia.1
    Child of Major Lawrence Lee Bazley Angas
    Elizabeth Anne Rosetta Angas+1
    Citations
    [S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), Bancroft, page 58. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Irish Family Records.
    Richard Lee Bancroft1
    M, #266258, b. 23 November 1950

    Richard Lee Bancroft|b. 23 Nov 1950|p26626.htm#i266258|Brigadier Donald Royle Jackson Bancroft|b. 18 Jul 1916|p26626.htm#i266254|Elizabeth Anne Rosetta Angas||p26626.htm#i266256|Major Peter H. Bancroft|b. 1877\nd. 1969|p26624.htm#i266236|Florence A. Jackson|d. May 1962|p26624.htm#i266237|Major Lawrence L. B. Angas||p26626.htm#i266257||||

    Last Edited=6 Feb 2008
    Richard Lee Bancroft was born on 23 November 1950.1 He is the son of Brigadier Donald Royle Jackson Bancroft and Elizabeth Anne Rosetta Angas.1
    He was educated at Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire, England.1 He graduated from Selwyn College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England, in 1971 with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.).1 He was a chartered accountant.1 As of 1976, Richard Lee Bancroft lived at Flat 19, 34 Sloane Court West, London, England.1
    Citations
    [S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), Bancroft, page 58. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Irish Family Records.
    William Lannigan1
    M, #266259

    Last Edited=6 Feb 2008
    William Lannigan lived at Frankfort, County Kilkenny, Ireland.1
    Child of William Lannigan
    John Stannard+1
    Citations
    [S47] Hugh Montgomery-Massingberd, editor, Burke’s Irish Family Records (London, U.K.: Burkes Peerage Ltd, 1976), Bancroft, page 58. Hereinafter cited as Burke’s Irish Family Records.
    John Stannard1
    M, #266260

    John Stannard||p26626.htm#i266260|William Lannigan||p26626.htm#i266259||||||||||||||||

    Last Edited=6 Feb 2008
    John Stannard was the son of William Lannigan.1 He married Elizabeth Rogers, daughter of Joseph Rogers, in 1796.1
    He was given the name of John Lannigan at birth.1 His name was changed to John Stannard.1 He lived at The Grange, Ballyragget, County Kilkenny, Ireland.1
    Children of John Stannard and Elizabeth Rogers
    William Stannard1 d. 13 Jun 1855
    Robert Rogers Stannard1
    Reverand Henry Stannard+1
    Martha Stannard1
    Rebecca Stannard1
    Elizabeth Stannard+1
    Charlotte Stannard1

  3. Renee says:

    *NOTE* CHESNEY above *

    https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2012/09/30/good-fortune-trails-of-glass-slippers/

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_California,_Davis
    http://www.freebornhall.com/History/Namesake/
    Mary Chase
    Freeborn

    “… chief in her thoughts was
    the welfare of the women
    of the University …”
    “A graduate of the University in 1912, Mary Chase Freeborn chose as her major the field of Natural Sciences. She was one of the charter members of the Prytanean Alumnae Association, which established Ritter Hall, a cooperative house for women. Mrs. Freeborn aided in founding a women’s infirmary, and her sincere interest always was in the welfare of the women of the University. Her appearance was striking, with her golden hair and brown eyes belying an inner strength when she believed a cause was right… a vibrant combination of gracious cooperation and deep inner conviction. In both community and University affairs, her charm and personality were well-known and loved. Despite a full, active life, she was a devoted mother and homemaker with two children, and shared enthusiastically in the life of her husband, Stanley B. Freeborn, who later became chancellor emeritus of the Davis campus.
    MARY CHASE FREEBORN
    born 20 May 1889 in Georgia
    d/o Mr. CHASE and Miss FOOTE
    died 13 Jan 1946 in Alameda County, CA

    married Stanley Barron FREEBORN
    born 11 Dec 1891 in Massachusetts
    s/o Mr. FREEBORN and Miss KING
    died 17 July 1960 in Yolo County, CA

    they were the parents of
    Stanley Barron FREEBORN Jr. (1918-1993)
    and Joyce Freeborn JENSEN (1925-1997)

    J. P. Morgan Chase *

    GREEN ?
    See top of this post again *

    Renee | March 10, 2011 at 12:29 pm
    Hugues Picard dit LaFortune
    Nov 13, 2004 … I began building the database for Hugues Picard dit LaFortune from various mailing list postings and emails with descendents of this line. …

    freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~picard/Hug…

    Renee | March 10, 2011 at 12:55 pm
    THE DESCENDANTS OF BERTRAND CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE – Person …
    Jan 28, 2011 … Children of Hughes PICARD dit LAFORTUNE and Anne Antoinette LIERCOURT … Hughes PICARD dit LAFORTUNE+ b. 1627, d. 22 December 1707 …

    chesnay.homestead.com/files/ChesnayE-o/p117.html

    http://chesnay.homestead.com/files/SmithE-o/p8.htm

    Renee | March 11, 2011 at 3:17 pm
    Chesney
    Chandler again..

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenny_Chesney

    Renee | March 11, 2011 at 3:18 pm
    Chesney was born on March 26, 1968, in Knoxville, Tennessee at St. Mary’s Medical Center and raised in Luttrell, Tennessee, better known as the home of Chet Atkins. He is the son of David Chesney, a former elementary school teacher, and Karen Chandler, a hair stylist in the Knoxville area. Chesney has one sibling, a younger sister named Jennifer Chandler. In 1986 Chesney graduated from Gibbs High School where he played baseball and football.

    Renee | March 10, 2011 at 12:56 pm
    DESCENDANTS OF WILLIAM SMITH AND CATHERINE BLACK …
    Children of Hughes PICARD dit LAFORTUNE and Anne Antoinette LIERCOURT …

    chesnay.homestead.com/files/SmithE-o/p8.html

    Note FOOTE above on this post as well*

  4. Renee says:
    http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~chesnay/p6.htm THE DESCENDANTS OF BERTRAND CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de la Haye Person Page – 6 Main Page Surname Index Master Index Images Places Index Jean Evangéliste CHENE b. 1777, d. 29 December 1842 Jean Evangéliste CHENE|b. 1777nd. 29 Dec 1842|p6.htm#i351|Charles Etienne CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie Louise CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean F. CROTEAU|b. 16 May 1722|p2.htm#i79|Geneviève M. L. COTE|b. 9 Nov 1719|p2.htm#i80| Relationship=3rd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Jean Evangéliste CHENE was born in 1777. He was the son of Charles Etienne CHENAY and Marie Louise CROTEAU. He married Marguerite MEVILLE (MAINVILLE) DUCHESNES, daughter of Charles MEVILLE (MAINVILLE) and Marguerite MICHAUX, on 11 May 1801 in St-Eustache, QC, Canada. He died on 29 December 1842 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada. He was buried on 31 December 1842 in St-Hermas, QC. Jean was a labourer. Children of Jean Evangéliste CHENE and Marguerite MEVILLE (MAINVILLE) DUCHESNES Charles François CHENE+ b. 22 Feb 1802, d. 9 Jul 1875 Joseph CHENE b. 13 Jul 1803 Marie Eugénie CHENE+ b. 4 Mar 1805 Jean Baptiste CHENE+ b. 27 Jun 1807, d. 25 Jun 1879 François Xavier CHENE+ b. 24 Sep 1809 Marguerite CHENE+ b. 25 Feb 1811 Louis CHENE+ b. 21 Dec 1812, d. 13 Apr 1882 Antoine CHENE b. 25 Feb 1815 Jean Baptiste CHENAY b. 22 August 1744, d. 25 October 1744 Jean Baptiste CHENAY|b. 22 Aug 1744nd. 25 Oct 1744|p6.htm#i352|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean B. CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Charles DUMAS|b. 7 May 1671nd. 10 Apr 1734|p2.htm#i81|Marthe (Madeleine) Genevieve GARANT (GARAND)|b. 31 Aug 1675nd. 7 Jul 1724|p2.htm#i82| Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Jean Baptiste CHENAY was born on 22 August 1744 in St-Antoine, St-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 22 August 1744 in Godparents: Jacques Caron & Marie Elizabeth Marié. He was the son of Charles CHENAY and Geneviève DUMATS. He was buried on 25 October 1744 in . He died on 25 October 1744 in at the age of 0. Jean Baptiste CHENAY b. 19 November 1745, d. February 1749 Jean Baptiste CHENAY|b. 19 Nov 1745nd. Feb 1749|p6.htm#i353|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean B. CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Charles DUMAS|b. 7 May 1671nd. 10 Apr 1734|p2.htm#i81|Marthe (Madeleine) Genevieve GARANT (GARAND)|b. 31 Aug 1675nd. 7 Jul 1724|p2.htm#i82| Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Jean Baptiste CHENAY was born on 19 November 1745 in St-Antoine, St-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 20 November 1745 in Godparents: Jean-Baptiste Huot & Geneviève Costé. He was the son of Charles CHENAY and Geneviève DUMATS. He was buried on 11 February 1749 in . He died in February 1749 in at the age of 3. Maurice Arthur CHENIER b. 1916, d. 17 February 1966 Maurice Arthur CHENIER|b. 1916nd. 17 Feb 1966|p6.htm#i354|Marie-Armand Napoléon CHENIER|b. 2 Sep 1885nd. 18 Apr 1964|p208.htm#i14531|Marie-Louise Marguerite ST.LAURENT||p208.htm#i14532|Léon CHENIER (CHESNIER)|b. 13 Nov 1848nd. 27 Dec 1914|p208.htm#i14527|Cordélia ROCAN||p208.htm#i14528|Louis P. A. ST.LAURENT||p209.htm#i14578|Eloise-Elmina ROBERT||p209.htm#i14579| Relationship=3rd cousin 1 time removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Maurice Arthur CHENIER was born in 1916 in Winnipeg, MB, Canada. He was the son of Marie-Armand Napoléon CHENIER and Marie-Louise Marguerite ST.LAURENT. He married Agnes Elizabeth WHITE on 14 June 1944 in Vancouver, BC, Canada. He died on 17 February 1966 in Winnipeg, MB. Children of Maurice Arthur CHENIER and Agnes Elizabeth WHITE Marguerite Elizabeth CHENIER+ (living) Doreen Agnes CHENIER+ (living) Donald Maurice CHENIER+ (living) Thérèse Joan CHENIER+ (living) Jean Baptiste CHENE b. November 1768 Jean Baptiste CHENE|b. Nov 1768|p6.htm#i355|Charles Etienne CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie Louise CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean F. CROTEAU|b. 16 May 1722|p2.htm#i79|Geneviève M. L. COTE|b. 9 Nov 1719|p2.htm#i80| Relationship=3rd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Jean Baptiste CHENE was born in November 1768 in St-Laurent, Montréal, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 16 November 1768 in Montréal, QC. He was the son of Charles Etienne CHENAY and Marie Louise CROTEAU. He married Françoise DENOYER (DESNOYERS), daughter of François DENOYER and Angèle GRAVEL, on 13 June 1797 in St-Martin, QC, Canada. Jean was a labourer. Children of Jean Baptiste CHENE and Françoise DENOYER (DESNOYERS) Marie Françoise CHENE b. 19 Apr 1800 François CHENE b. 3 Jul 1801, d. 2 Oct 1801 Marie Louise CHENE+ b. 30 Jan 1803 Pierre CHENE+ b. 29 Jun 1804, d. 1 Jan 1871 Jean-Baptiste CHENE+ b. 26 Jan 1806, d. 19 Apr 1854 Joseph CHENE+ b. 29 May 1807, d. 11 Jan 1855 Marie Sophie CHENE+ b. 4 Jan 1809, d. 9 May 1882 François Xavier CHENE b. 18 Jun 1810 Charles CHENE+ b. 17 Sep 1811, d. 3 Jul 1898 Isidore CHENE+ b. 7 Oct 1812, d. 12 Apr 1876 Alexandre CHENE b. 30 Nov 1814, d. 8 Aug 1830 Henriette CHENE b. 8 Mar 1816, d. 22 Sep 1816 Zoé Emélie Marie CHENE b. 3 Feb 1818 Théophile CHENE b. 8 Dec 1819, d. 27 Aug 1832 Cléophée (Sophie) CHENE+ b. 13 Jun 1821, d. 5 May 1857 Jean Baptiste CHENE b. 5 March 1809, d. 19 December 1886 Jean Baptiste CHENE|b. 5 Mar 1809nd. 19 Dec 1886|p6.htm#i356|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie Louise GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|Charles E. CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie L. CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Toussaint GROULX|b. c 1755|p2.htm#i77|Marie C. PIMPARE|b. 17 Feb 1756|p2.htm#i78| Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Jean Baptiste CHENE was born on 5 March 1809 in St-Benoit, QC, Canada. He was the son of Joseph CHENE and Marie Louise GROULX, and was baptized on 5 March 1809 in St-Benoit, QC, Godparents: Joseph Chéné & Marie Louise Biroleau. He married Marguerite LEGAULT DESLAURIERS, daughter of Toussaint LEGAULT (LEGOS DELORIER) and Marie Amable VIAU, on 17 January 1831 in St-Benoit, QC. He died on 19 December 1886 in Ottawa, ON, Canada, at the age of 77. His name at the time of death was written as Jean Baptiste CHENIER. He was buried on 21 December 1886 in Ottawa, ON. Jean was a farmer. Children of Jean Baptiste CHENE and Marguerite LEGAULT DESLAURIERS Marguerite CHENE+ b. 30 Aug 1832 Jean Baptiste CHENE+ b. 24 Apr 1834, d. 1917 Adéline CHENE b. 15 May 1835 Esther CHENE b. 16 Apr 1836 Adéline CHENAY b. 27 Apr 1838, d. 11 May 1838 Sophie CHENAY b. 25 May 1839 Siméon CHENAY b. 25 Jun 1841 Napoléon CHENAY b. 1842, d. 2 Mar 1848 Alphonse CHENE b. 18 Aug 1843, d. 5 Apr 1846 Marie Hurtimise (Heurtumise) CHENAY b. 17 Jun 1846 Siméon CHENAY b. 13 Nov 1848 Alphonse CHENAY+ b. 2 Apr 1850, d. Jul 1930 Benjamin CHENAY b. 25 Jan 1852, d. 20 Mar 1856 Sophie CHENAY b. 5 Apr 1853, d. 5 Aug 1853 Philomène CHENAY b. 17 Jul 1854 Elzire (Alzire) CHENAY b. 17 May 1857 Joseph CHESNAY b. 19 April 1667, d. before 1687 Joseph CHESNAY|b. 19 Apr 1667nd. b 1687|p6.htm#i357|Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville|b. Feb 1622nd. 16 Jan 1683|p1.htm#i70|Marie Madeleine BELANGER|b. Feb 1643nd. Jan 1670|p3.htm#i160|Nicolas CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de la Haye|b. c 1599|p2.htm#i72|Catherine LA RINGUE|b. c 1599|p2.htm#i84|François BELANGER|b. c 1620nd. c 1686|p8.htm#i523|Marie GUYON|b. b 18 Mar 1624nd. 29 Aug 1696|p8.htm#i524| Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Joseph CHESNAY was born on 19 April 1667 in Château Richer, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 20 April 1667 in Château Richer, QC. He was the son of Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville and Marie Madeleine BELANGER. He died before 1687. Joseph CHENAY b. 15 November 1718, d. 28 April 1743 Joseph CHENAY|b. 15 Nov 1718nd. 28 Apr 1743|p6.htm#i358|Jean Baptiste CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville|b. Feb 1622nd. 16 Jan 1683|p1.htm#i70|Elisabeth AUBERT|b. 22 Feb 1654nd. 1693|p2.htm#i71|Jean B. BOUCHER|b. c 1658nd. 28 Aug 1700|p2.htm#i86|Marie M. PARE|b. 16 Jun 1662nd. 14 Feb 1718|p2.htm#i87| Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Joseph CHENAY was born on 15 November 1718 in Ile-d’Orléans, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 15 November 1718 in Ile-d’Orléans, QC. He was the son of Jean Baptiste CHESNAY and Elisabeth BOUCHER. He died on 28 April 1743 in Ste-Anne-de-la-Pocatière, QC, Canada, at the age of 24. Joseph CHENE b. 7 December 1805 Joseph CHENE|b. 7 Dec 1805|p6.htm#i359|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie Louise GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|Charles E. CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie L. CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Toussaint GROULX|b. c 1755|p2.htm#i77|Marie C. PIMPARE|b. 17 Feb 1756|p2.htm#i78| Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Joseph CHENE was born on 7 December 1805 in St-Benoit, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 8 December 1805 in St-Benoit, QC, Godparents: Charles Chêné & Charlotte Pimparé. He was the son of Joseph CHENE and Marie Louise GROULX. He married Victoire LEGAULT DELORIER, daughter of Toussaint LEGAULT (LEGOS DELORIER) and Marie Amable VIAU, on 4 August 1823 in St-Benoit, QC. He married Josephte DESVOYAUX dit LAFRAMBOISE, daughter of Nicolas DESVOYAUX dit LAFRAMBOISE and Josephte FAUTEUX, on 31 January 1848 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada. He was buried on 14 April 1860. Joseph was a farmer. Children of Joseph CHENE and Victoire LEGAULT DELORIER Marcellin CHENE+ b. 12 Apr 1824, d. 24 Jun 1895 Marie Hypollite CHENE b. 12 Mar 1825, d. 5 Apr 1825 Joseph CHENE+ b. 5 Mar 1826 Charles CHENE+ b. 17 Sep 1827 Evangéliste (Jean) CHENE+ b. 4 Feb 1829, d. 7 Aug 1912 Isidore CHENE b. 18 Mar 1830, d. 21 Jun 1830 François CHENE b. 27 Mar 1831, d. 27 Jun 1831 Marie Esther CHENE b. 6 May 1832, d. 3 Mar 1833 Marie Auré CHENE b. 16 Aug 1833 Antoine CHENE+ b. 1834, d. 25 Jul 1907 Henri Maurice (Orice) CHENAY+ b. 1835, d. 1 Jun 1913 Domitille CHENE b. 26 Mar 1836, d. 29 Jun 1903 Louise CHENE b. 3 Aug 1837, d. 27 Sep 1837 Louise CHENAY b. 1 Jan 1839, d. 21 Sep 1839 Zéphirine CHENAY b. 28 May 1841, d. 30 Mar 1872 Philomène CHENAY+ b. 8 Mar 1843, d. 16 Nov 1922 Olive CHENAY b. 26 Nov 1844, d. 28 Mar 1875 Marie Isabelle CHENAY b. 23 Feb 1847, d. 19 Apr 1847 Children of Joseph CHENE and Josephte DESVOYAUX dit LAFRAMBOISE (?) CHENAY b. 22 Nov 1848, d. 22 Nov 1848 Marie Louise CHENAY b. 1 Mar 1850 (?) CHENAY b. 29 Aug 1851, d. 29 Aug 1851 (?) CHENAY b. Jul 1857, d. Jul 1857 Lise CHENIER Lise CHENIER||p6.htm#i360|Réal Arthur Noël CHENIER|b. 25 Dec 1922nd. 8 Dec 1977|p2.htm#i128|Rollande MENARD||p3.htm#i163|Hermas I. CHENIER|b. 28 Feb 1891nd. 19 Oct 1964|p1.htm#i43|Emma BENARD|b. 4 Aug 1893nd. 24 Mar 1937|p2.htm#i123|Alexandre MENARD|b. c 1900|p76.htm#i5258|Régina MARTINEAU|b. c 1901|p76.htm#i5259| Relationship=2nd cousin of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Lise CHENIER is the daughter of Réal Arthur Noël CHENIER and Rollande MENARD. She married Pierre TREMBLAY, son of Lionel TREMBLAY and Georgette PAGE, on 4 June 1977 in Gracefield, QC, Canada. Louis CHESNAY b. 26 August 1678, d. circa 1703 Louis CHESNAY|b. 26 Aug 1678nd. c 1703|p6.htm#i361|Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville|b. Feb 1622nd. 16 Jan 1683|p1.htm#i70|Elisabeth AUBERT|b. 22 Feb 1654nd. 1693|p2.htm#i71|Nicolas CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de la Haye|b. c 1599|p2.htm#i72|Catherine LA RINGUE|b. c 1599|p2.htm#i84|Claude AUBERT|b. c 1614nd. 19 Mar 1694|p2.htm#i83|Jacqueline LUCAS|b. c 1617nd. 24 Aug 1680|p2.htm#i85| Relationship=6th great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Louis CHESNAY was born on 26 August 1678 in Québec, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 27 August 1678 in Québec, QC. He was the son of Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville and Elisabeth AUBERT. He married Jeanne MARTIN, daughter of Barnabé MARTIN and Jeanne PELLETRET, circa 1698 in Port Royal, Acadie. He died circa 1703. Biographical Notes: Louis Chesnay must have died before 1704 because Jeanne Martin remarried Gabriel Samson on 7 Apr 1704. Jeanne and Gabriel had a daughter, Marguerite Louise, born 10 Jul 1715, baptised 6 Oct 1715 in Port Royal. Godfather was Joseph Gravin and Godmother was Marie Josephe Chenaie (Chesnay), Jeannne’s first daughter from her first marriage. Source: Vol VIII Port Royal, by Bona Arsenault. Children of Louis CHESNAY and Jeanne MARTIN Jean Baptiste CHESNAY+ b. 1700, d. b 1767 Marie Josèphe CHESNAY+ b. c 1702, d. 13 Nov 1764 Louise CHENAY b. 18 May 1837, d. 8 March 1838 Louise CHENAY|b. 18 May 1837nd. 8 Mar 1838|p6.htm#i362|Charles CHENAY|b. 18 Sep 1811nd. 11 Jan 1874|p5.htm#i291|Marie Louise BRAZEAU|b. 1813nd. 12 Mar 1901|p5.htm#i290|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie L. GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|François BRAZEAU|b. c 1790|p94.htm#i6557|Marguerite SAUVE (SICARD)|b. c 1792|p94.htm#i6558| Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Louise CHENAY was born on 18 May 1837 in St-Benoit, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of Charles CHENAY and Marie Louise BRAZEAU. She died on 8 March 1838 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada, at the age of 0. She was buried on 15 March 1838 in St-Hermas, QC. Marie Louise CHAISNE b. 24 June 1749, d. 31 March 1781 Marie Louise CHAISNE|b. 24 Jun 1749nd. 31 Mar 1781|p6.htm#i363|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean B. CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Charles DUMAS|b. 7 May 1671nd. 10 Apr 1734|p2.htm#i81|Marthe (Madeleine) Genevieve GARANT (GARAND)|b. 31 Aug 1675nd. 7 Jul 1724|p2.htm#i82| Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie Louise CHAISNE was born on 24 June 1749 in St-Antoine, St-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of Charles CHENAY and Geneviève DUMATS, and was baptized on 24 June 1749 in Godparents: Philippe Noël Sieur de Tilly & Marie Louise Bouquet. Her baptism name was Marie Louise CHAISNE. She died on 31 March 1781 in at the age of 31. Her name at the time of death was written as Marie Louise CHAISNE. She was buried on 1 May 1781 in . Marie Louise CHENE b. 5 July 1807, d. 20 July 1808 Marie Louise CHENE|b. 5 Jul 1807nd. 20 Jul 1808|p6.htm#i364|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie Louise GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|Charles E. CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie L. CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Toussaint GROULX|b. c 1755|p2.htm#i77|Marie C. PIMPARE|b. 17 Feb 1756|p2.htm#i78| Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie Louise CHENE was born on 5 July 1807 in St-Benoit, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 5 July 1807 in St-Benoit, QC, Godparents: Jean Chênai & Marie Louise Thibault. She was the daughter of Joseph CHENE and Marie Louise GROULX. She died on 20 July 1808 in St-Benoit, QC, at the age of 1. She was buried on 22 July 1808 in St-Benoit, QC. Marie Louise CHENE b. 7 June 1817 Marie Louise CHENE|b. 7 Jun 1817|p6.htm#i365|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie Louise GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|Charles E. CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie L. CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Toussaint GROULX|b. c 1755|p2.htm#i77|Marie C. PIMPARE|b. 17 Feb 1756|p2.htm#i78| Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie Louise CHENE was born on 7 June 1817 in St-Benoit, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 8 June 1817 in St-Benoit, QC. She was the daughter of Joseph CHENE and Marie Louise GROULX. She married Augustin LANIEL (LAGRICELL), son of Augustin LANIEL (LAGRICELLE) and Desanges LABONTE, on 5 February 1838 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada. Lucie Marie Jacqueline CHENIER Lucie Marie Jacqueline CHENIER||p6.htm#i366|Réal Arthur Noël CHENIER|b. 25 Dec 1922nd. 8 Dec 1977|p2.htm#i128|Rollande MENARD||p3.htm#i163|Hermas I. CHENIER|b. 28 Feb 1891nd. 19 Oct 1964|p1.htm#i43|Emma BENARD|b. 4 Aug 1893nd. 24 Mar 1937|p2.htm#i123|Alexandre MENARD|b. c 1900|p76.htm#i5258|Régina MARTINEAU|b. c 1901|p76.htm#i5259| Relationship=2nd cousin of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Lucie Marie Jacqueline CHENIER is the daughter of Réal Arthur Noël CHENIER and Rollande MENARD. Marguerite CHESNAY b. 15 January 1669, d. 3 February 1669 Marguerite CHESNAY|b. 15 Jan 1669nd. 3 Feb 1669|p6.htm#i367|Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville|b. Feb 1622nd. 16 Jan 1683|p1.htm#i70|Marie Madeleine BELANGER|b. Feb 1643nd. Jan 1670|p3.htm#i160|Nicolas CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de la Haye|b. c 1599|p2.htm#i72|Catherine LA RINGUE|b. c 1599|p2.htm#i84|François BELANGER|b. c 1620nd. c 1686|p8.htm#i523|Marie GUYON|b. b 18 Mar 1624nd. 29 Aug 1696|p8.htm#i524| Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marguerite CHESNAY was born on 15 January 1669 in L’Ange-Gardien, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville and Marie Madeleine BELANGER, and was baptized on 19 January 1669 in Château Richer, QC, Canada. She died on 3 February 1669 in Château Richer, QC, at the age of 0. Marguerite CHENE b. 30 May 1824 Marguerite CHENE|b. 30 May 1824|p6.htm#i368|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie Louise GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|Charles E. CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie L. CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Toussaint GROULX|b. c 1755|p2.htm#i77|Marie C. PIMPARE|b. 17 Feb 1756|p2.htm#i78| Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marguerite CHENE was born on 30 May 1824 in St-Benoit, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of Joseph CHENE and Marie Louise GROULX. She married Eustache BERTRAND, son of Jean Baptiste BERTRAND and Josephte FILION, on 14 August 1843 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada. Child of Marguerite CHENE and Eustache BERTRAND Maurice BERTRAND b. 23 Feb 1849 Marguerite Marie CHENE b. November 1761 Marguerite Marie CHENE|b. Nov 1761|p6.htm#i369|Charles Etienne CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie Louise CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean F. CROTEAU|b. 16 May 1722|p2.htm#i79|Geneviève M. L. COTE|b. 9 Nov 1719|p2.htm#i80| Relationship=3rd great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marguerite Marie CHENE was born in November 1761 in Ile Jésus, Montréal, QC, Canada. She was baptized on 9 November 1761 in Montréal, QC. She was the daughter of Charles Etienne CHENAY and Marie Louise CROTEAU. She married Charles LANGEVIN, (widower of Catherine Denis), on 27 February 1786 in St-Martin, QC, Canada. Marie Geneviève CHENAY b. 9 June 1738, d. 14 January 1764 Marie Geneviève CHENAY|b. 9 Jun 1738nd. 14 Jan 1764|p6.htm#i370|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean B. CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Charles DUMAS|b. 7 May 1671nd. 10 Apr 1734|p2.htm#i81|Marthe (Madeleine) Genevieve GARANT (GARAND)|b. 31 Aug 1675nd. 7 Jul 1724|p2.htm#i82| Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie Geneviève CHENAY was born on 9 June 1738 in St-Antoine, St-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 9 June 1738 in Godparents: Pierre Chainé & Marie Françoise Lambert. She was the daughter of Charles CHENAY and Geneviève DUMATS. She married Louis Marie CROTEAU, son of Louis CROTEAU and Marie Anne ROBERGE, on 4 October 1762 in . She died on 14 January 1764 in at the age of 25. Her name at the time of death was written as Marie CHESNAY. She was buried on 15 January 1764 in . Marie Irène CHENIER b. 29 July 1899, d. 8 March 1979 Marie Irène CHENIER|b. 29 Jul 1899nd. 8 Mar 1979|p6.htm#i371|Noël (Noé) CHENIER|b. 24 Dec 1853nd. 10 Oct 1920|p1.htm#i56|Eléonore DEROUIN|b. 1859nd. 14 Oct 1936|p3.htm#i155|François X. CHENE|b. 7 Jun 1813nd. 28 Oct 1868|p1.htm#i52|Angélique (Angèle) Julie LALANDE|b. c 1819|p1.htm#i53|François DEROUIN|b. c 1832|p69.htm#i4810|Victoire CARRIERE|b. c 1834|p69.htm#i4811| Relationship=1st cousin 2 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie Irène CHENIER was born on 29 July 1899 in Plantagenet, ON, Canada,, and was baptized on 30 July 1899 in Wendover, ON, Canada, Godparents: Charles Viau & Rose de Lima Chénier. She was the daughter of Noël (Noé) CHENIER and Eléonore DEROUIN. She married Eugène Damasse GAREAU, son of Raoul GAREAU and Adéline CRAPEAU (ST.JACQUES), on 26 October 1925 in Rockland, ON, Canada. She died on 8 March 1979 in Montréal, QC, Canada, at the age of 79. She was buried in March 1979 in St-Benoît-Labre Cemetery, Wendover, ON, Canada. Marie CHENAY b. circa 1705, d. June 1790 Marie CHENAY|b. c 1705nd. Jun 1790|p6.htm#i372|Jean Baptiste CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville|b. Feb 1622nd. 16 Jan 1683|p1.htm#i70|Elisabeth AUBERT|b. 22 Feb 1654nd. 1693|p2.htm#i71|Jean B. BOUCHER|b. c 1658nd. 28 Aug 1700|p2.htm#i86|Marie M. PARE|b. 16 Jun 1662nd. 14 Feb 1718|p2.htm#i87| Relationship=5th great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie CHENAY was born circa 1705. She was the daughter of Jean Baptiste CHESNAY and Elisabeth BOUCHER. She married Charles HUOT dit SAINT-LAURENT, son of Laurent HUOT dit SAINT-LAURENT and Françoise FAVRON, on 11 June 1733 in St-Nicolas, QC, Canada. She was buried on 5 June 1790 in St-Nicolas, QC. She died in June 1790 in St-Nicolas, QC. Child of Marie CHENAY and Charles HUOT dit SAINT-LAURENT Marie Charlotte HUOT dit SAINT-LAURENT b. c 1740 Marie Louise CHENAY b. 24 January 1847, d. 26 December 1909 Marie Louise CHENAY|b. 24 Jan 1847nd. 26 Dec 1909|p6.htm#i373|Charles CHENAY|b. 18 Sep 1811nd. 11 Jan 1874|p5.htm#i291|Marie Louise BRAZEAU|b. 1813nd. 12 Mar 1901|p5.htm#i290|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie L. GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|François BRAZEAU|b. c 1790|p94.htm#i6557|Marguerite SAUVE (SICARD)|b. c 1792|p94.htm#i6558| Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie Louise CHENAY was born on 24 January 1847 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 25 January 1847 in St-Hermas, QC, Godparents: Joseph Brazeau & Louise Groulx. She was the daughter of Charles CHENAY and Marie Louise BRAZEAU. She married Joseph PAGE, son of Pierre PAGE and Désanges BRUNET, on 3 November 1868 in Buckingham, QC, Canada. She died on 26 December 1909 in Buckingham, QC, at the age of 62. She was buried on 29 December 1909 in Buckingham, QC. Marie CHESNAY b. 20 August 1658, d. 30 September 1730 Marie CHESNAY|b. 20 Aug 1658nd. 30 Sep 1730|p6.htm#i374|Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville|b. Feb 1622nd. 16 Jan 1683|p1.htm#i70|Marie Madeleine BELANGER|b. Feb 1643nd. Jan 1670|p3.htm#i160|Nicolas CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de la Haye|b. c 1599|p2.htm#i72|Catherine LA RINGUE|b. c 1599|p2.htm#i84|François BELANGER|b. c 1620nd. c 1686|p8.htm#i523|Marie GUYON|b. b 18 Mar 1624nd. 29 Aug 1696|p8.htm#i524| Relationship=6th great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie CHESNAY was born on 20 August 1658 in Québec, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville and Marie Madeleine BELANGER, and was baptized on 22 September 1658 in Québec, QC. She married Joseph PETIT dit BRUNEAU, son of Henri PETIT dit BRUNEAU and Elizabeth FONTAINE, on 16 September 1675 in Québec, QC. She died on 30 September 1730 in Maskinongé, QC, Canada, at the age of 72. Children of Marie CHESNAY and Joseph PETIT dit BRUNEAU Joseph PETIT dit BRUNEAU+ b. 22 Aug 1676 Marie Madeleine PETIT dit BRUNEAU b. 15 Feb 1678 Marie Jeanne PETIT dit BRUNEAU+ b. 12 Jul 1680, d. 14 Mar 1710 Gertrude PETIT dit BRUNEAU b. 19 Sep 1682 Pierre PETIT dit BRUNEAU b. 18 Feb 1684, d. 1 May 1684 Marguerite PETIT dit BRUNEAU b. 23 Mar 1685, d. 25 Jun 1689 Jean Baptiste PETIT dit BRUNEAU+ b. 19 Nov 1687 Marie-Josèph PETIT dit BRUNEAU b. 26 Feb 1689 Marie-Anne PETIT dit BRUNEAU b. 25 Jul 1691 Geneviève PETIT dit BRUNEAU b. 20 Jun 1696 Marie Louise CHENAY b. March 1764 Marie Louise CHENAY|b. Mar 1764|p6.htm#i375|Charles Etienne CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie Louise CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean F. CROTEAU|b. 16 May 1722|p2.htm#i79|Geneviève M. L. COTE|b. 9 Nov 1719|p2.htm#i80| Relationship=3rd great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. , and was baptized on 13 March 1764 in Ile Jésus, Montréal, QC, Canada. Marie Louise CHENAY was born in March 1764 in Montréal, QC. She was the daughter of Charles Etienne CHENAY and Marie Louise CROTEAU. She married François PLOUFFE, son of Maurice PLOUFFE and Marie MENARD, on 3 November 1784 in St-Martin, QC, Canada. Mathias (Charles) CHENAY b. 17 January 1851 Mathias (Charles) CHENAY|b. 17 Jan 1851|p6.htm#i376|Charles CHENAY|b. 18 Sep 1811nd. 11 Jan 1874|p5.htm#i291|Marie Louise BRAZEAU|b. 1813nd. 12 Mar 1901|p5.htm#i290|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie L. GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|François BRAZEAU|b. c 1790|p94.htm#i6557|Marguerite SAUVE (SICARD)|b. c 1792|p94.htm#i6558| Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Mathias (Charles) CHENAY was born on 17 January 1851 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 17 January 1851 in St-Hermas, QC, Godparents: Louis Daragon & Flavie Labrosse. He was the son of Charles CHENAY and Marie Louise BRAZEAU. He married Malvina Joséphine BOILEAU, daughter of Adolphe BOILEAU and Céline CARRIERE, on 14 October 1882 in Buckingham, QC, Canada. Child of Mathias (Charles) CHENAY and Malvina Joséphine BOILEAU Marie Malvina CHENAY b. 6 Jun 1896, d. 7 Jun 1896 Mathias CHENIER b. 26 March 1885, d. 2 December 1967 Mathias CHENIER|b. 26 Mar 1885nd. 2 Dec 1967|p6.htm#i377|Mathias CHENIER|b. 29 Jul 1851nd. 30 Jan 1929|p3.htm#i165|Alexina BRANCHAUD|b. 8 Apr 1865nd. 4 Jul 1942|p3.htm#i166|Antoine CHENE|b. 27 Jun 1821nd. 20 Apr 1895|p5.htm#i331|Domitile VIAU|b. 1825nd. b 20 Apr 1895|p8.htm#i531|Antoine BRANCHAUD|b. 30 Mar 1804|p9.htm#i581|Rose HEBERT|b. c 1829|p9.htm#i582| Relationship=2nd cousin 2 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Mathias CHENIER was born on 26 March 1885 in Maniwaki, QC, Canada. He was the son of Mathias CHENIER and Alexina BRANCHAUD, and was baptized on 29 March 1885 in Maniwaki, QC, Godparents: Xavier Danville & Marie Hébert. He married Eugénie KELLY-POIRIER, daughter of John KELLY and Georgina POIRIER, on 23 September 1907 in Hull, QC, Canada. He married Stella BOUCHARD, daughter of Charles Louis BOUCHARD and Belval PETRONILLE, on 6 May 1916 in Ottawa, ON, Canada. He died on 2 December 1967 in Montréal, QC, Canada, at the age of 82. Children of Mathias CHENIER and Eugénie KELLY-POIRIER Eugène CHENIER+ b. 1909 Maxime Rolland Joseph CHENIER b. 30 May 1912, d. Sep 1982 Albert Fernand Joseph CHENIER (living) Joseph Maxime Urgel CHENIER+ b. c 1914 Marie Louise Eugénie CHENIER b. 5 May 1915 Child of Mathias CHENIER and Stella BOUCHARD Fernand CHENIER+ b. 1914 Nicolas CHENE b. circa 1786 Nicolas CHENE|b. c 1786|p6.htm#i378|Charles Etienne CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie Louise CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean F. CROTEAU|b. 16 May 1722|p2.htm#i79|Geneviève M. L. COTE|b. 9 Nov 1719|p2.htm#i80| Relationship=3rd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Nicolas CHENE was born circa 1786. He was the son of Charles Etienne CHENAY and Marie Louise CROTEAU. Olive CHENAY b. 4 March 1845, d. 12 December 1870 Olive CHENAY|b. 4 Mar 1845nd. 12 Dec 1870|p6.htm#i379|Charles CHENAY|b. 18 Sep 1811nd. 11 Jan 1874|p5.htm#i291|Marie Louise BRAZEAU|b. 1813nd. 12 Mar 1901|p5.htm#i290|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie L. GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|François BRAZEAU|b. c 1790|p94.htm#i6557|Marguerite SAUVE (SICARD)|b. c 1792|p94.htm#i6558| Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Olive CHENAY was born on 4 March 1845 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 5 March 1845 in St-Hermas, QC, Godparents: Etienne Huneau & Olive Drouin. She was the daughter of Charles CHENAY and Marie Louise BRAZEAU. She married Joseph ST.ONGE, son of Nicolas ST.ONGE and Geneviève RIOPEL, on 25 January 1858 in St-Hermas, QC. She died on 12 December 1870 in Ripon, QC, Canada, at the age of 25. She was buried on 14 December 1870 in St-Casimir, Ripon, QC, Canada. Philomène CHENAY b. 2 December 1840, d. 20 November 1842 Philomène CHENAY|b. 2 Dec 1840nd. 20 Nov 1842|p6.htm#i380|Charles CHENAY|b. 18 Sep 1811nd. 11 Jan 1874|p5.htm#i291|Marie Louise BRAZEAU|b. 1813nd. 12 Mar 1901|p5.htm#i290|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie L. GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|François BRAZEAU|b. c 1790|p94.htm#i6557|Marguerite SAUVE (SICARD)|b. c 1792|p94.htm#i6558| Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Philomène CHENAY was born on 2 December 1840 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of Charles CHENAY and Marie Louise BRAZEAU, and was baptized on 4 December 1840 in St-Hermas, QC, Godparents: Félix Chénay & Josephte Nepveu. She died on 20 November 1842 in St-Hermas, QC, at the age of 1. She was buried on 21 November 1842 in St-Hermas, QC. Philomène CHENAY b. 7 March 1848 Philomène CHENAY|b. 7 Mar 1848|p6.htm#i381|Charles CHENAY|b. 18 Sep 1811nd. 11 Jan 1874|p5.htm#i291|Marie Louise BRAZEAU|b. 1813nd. 12 Mar 1901|p5.htm#i290|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie L. GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|François BRAZEAU|b. c 1790|p94.htm#i6557|Marguerite SAUVE (SICARD)|b. c 1792|p94.htm#i6558| Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Philomène CHENAY was born on 7 March 1848 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 8 March 1848 in St-Hermas, QC, Godparents: Séraphin Chénay & Hélène Huneau. She was the daughter of Charles CHENAY and Marie Louise BRAZEAU. She married Joseph BOUCHARD, son of Isidore BOUCHARD and Marie PROULX, on 27 August 1883 in Buckingham, QC, Canada. Pierre Marie CHENAY b. 5 April 1741, d. 9 July 1741 Pierre Marie CHENAY|b. 5 Apr 1741nd. 9 Jul 1741|p6.htm#i382|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean B. CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Charles DUMAS|b. 7 May 1671nd. 10 Apr 1734|p2.htm#i81|Marthe (Madeleine) Genevieve GARANT (GARAND)|b. 31 Aug 1675nd. 7 Jul 1724|p2.htm#i82| Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Pierre Marie CHENAY was born on 5 April 1741 in St-Antoine, St-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 6 April 1741 in Godparents: Pierre Chesnay & Marie Geneviève Dumas. He was the son of Charles CHENAY and Geneviève DUMATS. He was buried on 9 July 1741 in . He died on 9 July 1741 in at the age of 0. Pierre CHENAY b. 13 December 1713 Pierre CHENAY|b. 13 Dec 1713|p6.htm#i383|Jean Baptiste CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Bertrand CHESNAY dit LAGARENNE Sieur de Lotinville|b. Feb 1622nd. 16 Jan 1683|p1.htm#i70|Elisabeth AUBERT|b. 22 Feb 1654nd. 1693|p2.htm#i71|Jean B. BOUCHER|b. c 1658nd. 28 Aug 1700|p2.htm#i86|Marie M. PARE|b. 16 Jun 1662nd. 14 Feb 1718|p2.htm#i87| Relationship=5th great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Pierre CHENAY was born on 13 December 1713 in St-Pierre, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 13 December 1713 in St-Pierre, QC. He was the son of Jean Baptiste CHESNAY and Elisabeth BOUCHER. He married Geneviève (Marie Angélique) COTE, daughter of Joseph COTE and Marie Anne LAMBERT, on 11 September 1741 in St-Antoine, St-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC, Canada. He married Marie Charlotte DEMERS, daughter of Joseph Eustache DEMERS and Françoise (Thérèse) BOUCHER, on 14 February 1752 in Lévis, QC, Canada. Children of Pierre CHENAY and Geneviève (Marie Angélique) COTE Marie Geneviève CHENAY b. 10 Nov 1742, d. 21 Feb 1743 Pierre CHENAY+ b. 21 Aug 1744, d. 24 Nov 1831 Marie Geneviève CHENAY b. 11 May 1746 Augustin CHENAY b. 17 Nov 1747, d. 21 Feb 1749 Joseph Charles CHAISNE+ b. 2 Jun 1749, d. 25 Jan 1825 Angélique Geneviève CHENAY b. 3 Apr 1751, d. 7 Apr 1752 Child of Pierre CHENAY and Marie Charlotte DEMERS Louis CHENAY b. 27 Jun 1753, d. 9 Jul 1753 Pierre CHENAY b. 26 September 1747 Pierre CHENAY|b. 26 Sep 1747|p6.htm#i384|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean B. CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Charles DUMAS|b. 7 May 1671nd. 10 Apr 1734|p2.htm#i81|Marthe (Madeleine) Genevieve GARANT (GARAND)|b. 31 Aug 1675nd. 7 Jul 1724|p2.htm#i82| Relationship=4th great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Pierre CHENAY was born on 26 September 1747 in St-Antoine, St-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 26 September 1747 in . He was the son of Charles CHENAY and Geneviève DUMATS. He married Marie Thérèse FRECHETTE, daughter of Jean Baptiste FRECHETTE and Ursule ROUSSEAU, on 28 October 1771 in . Children of Pierre CHENAY and Marie Thérèse FRECHETTE Thérèse CHENAY b. 21 Sep 1772 Marie Anne CHENAY b. c 1775 Elisabeth CHENAY b. 10 Jan 1776 Pierre CHENAY b. 12 Sep 1777, d. 12 Sep 1777 Ursule CHENAY b. 22 Mar 1780, d. 17 Nov 1860 François Xavier CHENAY+ b. c 1793 Arline Rosalie (Auxilia) CHENIER b. 24 May 1876, d. 5 March 1960 Arline Rosalie (Auxilia) CHENIER|b. 24 May 1876nd. 5 Mar 1960|p6.htm#i385|Alexis CHENIER|b. 1 Nov 1846nd. 3 Jan 1927|p1.htm#i60|Rosalie GODMAIRE|b. 1854nd. 22 May 1934|p3.htm#i158|François X. CHENE|b. 7 Jun 1813nd. 28 Oct 1868|p1.htm#i52|Angélique (Angèle) Julie LALANDE|b. c 1819|p1.htm#i53|Pierre GODMERE|b. c 1800|p89.htm#i6193|Marie FILIATRAULT|b. 1814|p89.htm#i6194| Relationship=1st cousin 2 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Arline Rosalie (Auxilia) CHENIER was born on 24 May 1876 in Clarence Creek, ON, Canada,, and was baptized on 25 May 1876 in Ste-Félicité, Clarence Creek, ON, Canada, Godparents: Cyrille Chénier & Julie Desrocher. She was the daughter of Alexis CHENIER and Rosalie GODMAIRE. She married Olivier DUPONT, son of Arthur Octave DUPONT and Julie CHAREST, on 9 October 1894 in Curran, ON, Canada. She died on 5 March 1960 in Ottawa, ON, Canada, at the age of 83. She was buried on 8 March 1960 in St-Luc Cemetery, Curran, ON, Canada. Séraphin CHENE b. 26 May 1819, d. 18 February 1872 Séraphin CHENE|b. 26 May 1819nd. 18 Feb 1872|p6.htm#i386|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie Louise GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|Charles E. CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie L. CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Toussaint GROULX|b. c 1755|p2.htm#i77|Marie C. PIMPARE|b. 17 Feb 1756|p2.htm#i78| Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Séraphin CHENE was born on 26 May 1819 in St-Benoit, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 27 May 1819 in St-Benoit, QC. He was the son of Joseph CHENE and Marie Louise GROULX. He died on 18 February 1872 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada, at the age of 52. He was buried on 20 February 1872 in St-Hermas, QC. Séraphin was a farmer. Marie Claire Sylvie CHENIER Marie Claire Sylvie CHENIER||p6.htm#i387|Réal Arthur Noël CHENIER|b. 25 Dec 1922nd. 8 Dec 1977|p2.htm#i128|Rollande MENARD||p3.htm#i163|Hermas I. CHENIER|b. 28 Feb 1891nd. 19 Oct 1964|p1.htm#i43|Emma BENARD|b. 4 Aug 1893nd. 24 Mar 1937|p2.htm#i123|Alexandre MENARD|b. c 1900|p76.htm#i5258|Régina MARTINEAU|b. c 1901|p76.htm#i5259| Relationship=2nd cousin of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie Claire Sylvie CHENIER is the daughter of Réal Arthur Noël CHENIER and Rollande MENARD. Louise (Eloise) CHENIER b. 21 January 1839 Louise (Eloise) CHENIER|b. 21 Jan 1839|p6.htm#i388|Charles CHENAY|b. 18 Sep 1811nd. 11 Jan 1874|p5.htm#i291|Marie Louise BRAZEAU|b. 1813nd. 12 Mar 1901|p5.htm#i290|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie L. GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|François BRAZEAU|b. c 1790|p94.htm#i6557|Marguerite SAUVE (SICARD)|b. c 1792|p94.htm#i6558| Relationship=1st cousin 3 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Louise (Eloise) CHENIER was born on 21 January 1839 in Ste-Scholastique, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 21 January 1839 in Ste-Scholastique, QC, Godparents: François Chénier & Louise Brazeau. She was the daughter of Charles CHENAY and Marie Louise BRAZEAU. She married Léon ST.ONGE, son of Nicolas ST.ONGE and Geneviève RIOPEL, on 25 January 1858 in St-Hermas, QC, Canada. Child of Louise (Eloise) CHENIER and Léon ST.ONGE Charles ST.ONGE b. 1861 Thomas CHENE b. 13 May 1827, d. 12 March 1833 Thomas CHENE|b. 13 May 1827nd. 12 Mar 1833|p6.htm#i389|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie Louise GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|Charles E. CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie L. CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Toussaint GROULX|b. c 1755|p2.htm#i77|Marie C. PIMPARE|b. 17 Feb 1756|p2.htm#i78| Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Thomas CHENE was born on 13 May 1827 in St-Benoit, QC, Canada. He was the son of Joseph CHENE and Marie Louise GROULX. He died on 12 March 1833 in St-Benoit, QC, at the age of 5. Toussaint CHENE b. 23 June 1810, d. 21 July 1810 Toussaint CHENE|b. 23 Jun 1810nd. 21 Jul 1810|p6.htm#i390|Joseph CHENE|b. Sep 1781nd. 1 May 1852|p1.htm#i62|Marie Louise GROULX|b. 1791|p1.htm#i63|Charles E. CHENAY|b. 16 May 1737nd. 26 Dec 1809|p1.htm#i64|Marie L. CROTEAU|b. Nov 1740nd. Jan 1802|p1.htm#i65|Toussaint GROULX|b. c 1755|p2.htm#i77|Marie C. PIMPARE|b. 17 Feb 1756|p2.htm#i78| Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Toussaint CHENE was born on 23 June 1810 in St-Benoit, QC, Canada,, and was baptized on 23 June 1810 in St-Benoit, QC, Godparents: Toussaint Lebruis & Charlotte Filion. He was the son of Joseph CHENE and Marie Louise GROULX. He was buried on 21 July 1810 in St-Benoit, QC. He died on 21 July 1810 in St-Benoit, QC, at the age of 0. Marie Véronique CHENAY b. 26 January 1754, d. 27 September 1754 Marie Véronique CHENAY|b. 26 Jan 1754nd. 27 Sep 1754|p6.htm#i391|Charles CHENAY|b. 25 May 1712nd. 16 Jul 1760|p1.htm#i66|Geneviève DUMATS|b. b 1724nd. 6 Jun 1773|p1.htm#i67|Jean B. CHESNAY|b. 25 Nov 1682nd. 7 Sep 1731|p1.htm#i68|Elisabeth BOUCHER|b. 12 Feb 1682nd. 25 Apr 1738|p1.htm#i69|Charles DUMAS|b. 7 May 1671nd. 10 Apr 1734|p2.htm#i81|Marthe (Madeleine) Genevieve GARANT (GARAND)|b. 31 Aug 1675nd. 7 Jul 1724|p2.htm#i82| Relationship=4th great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie Véronique CHENAY was born on 26 January 1754 in St-Antoine, St-Antoine-de-Tilly, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of Charles CHENAY and Geneviève DUMATS, and was baptized on 27 January 1754 in Godparents: Charles Huot dit St.Laurent & Marie Françoise Celebumere(?). Her baptism name was Marie Véronique CHAISNE. She died on 27 September 1754 in at the age of 0. Her name at the time of death was written as Marie Véronique CHAISNE. She was buried on 28 September 1754 in . William SMITH b. circa 1758 William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|(?) SMITH||p320.htm#i22395|||||||||||||||| Relationship=3rd great-grandfather of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. William SMITH was born circa 1758. He was the son of (?) SMITH. He married Catherine BLACK circa 1786. Research Notes: The origins of William Smith & Catherine Black remain a mystery. Ever since the records were given to me by my cousin Murielle Smith back about 1988 all the research to find his marriage or his parents (or Catherine Black’s) have led to dead ends. I’ve looked at all the archived marriage records in Ottawa, Hull and even in Gaspé. However, these are only copies and not the actual birth or marriage records themselves, in other words reports like “répertoires”, loyalists claims to the crown and loyalist listings and books. I spent some time in the town of Gaspé in summer of 1992 while touring the Gaspé region. Some questions posed to the achivist/librarian at the museum where records were kept left me with a frustrated feeling. Nevertheless, if research could produce copies of their marriage, or that of James or birth certificates of any of their children maybe they might show something interesting. There is a William Smith who put in a claim as a Loyalist to the Crown in the amount of 660 Lbs. The records say that he came from Ireland around 1774. He “could” be the one, but, no way to prove it unless he came with a Catherine Black. Catherine Black did remarry in 1822. With this fact in mind we could assume that William Smith must have died before that time. That being the case and the fact that it is assumed his first child was born about 1789 there is a possibility that he could have been between 55 and 60 years old when he died. There must be some kind of record somewhere about his death. What is also strange is that after his son James married Appoline Maloney their descendants are then found in the Notre Dame de la Salette, Québec. This is at the opposite end of the “world” for them at that time. Strange that they would move to such a far away place during those days.There must be a GOOD reason for this to have happened! Just to trace some events, the following is just a scenario: –William Smith marries Catherine Black around 1789 –son James born around 1789 marries Appoline 28/10/1813 in Gaspé (22 yrs old at his marriage) –son Thomas born 21/5/1834 Grande Rivière marries Vitaline Lemieux 13/9/1859 in Douglastown, Gaspé (25 yrs old at time of his marriage) Now the strange part comes in: –son Louis born 13/8/1862 (place not mentioned, but presume Douglastown). He marries Délia Lefebvre in Notre Dame de la Salette 9 Nov 1891 (29 yrs old at his marriage). So Louis travelled all the way from Gaspé to Notre Dame de la Salette. Did he come alone or did he bring family members with him. If so, who? Or did his father (Thomas) move himself with his whole family to Notre Dame de la Salette where Louis grew up and later courted and married Délia Lefebvre? Children of William SMITH and Catherine BLACK James SMITH+ b. 1787, d. 26 Jan 1847 William (Guillaume) SMITH+ b. 15 Jul 1790 Jean SMITH b. 26 Sep 1792 Denis SMITH b. 26 Oct 1793 Charlotte SMITH b. 6 May 1796, d. 25 Sep 1818 Jean SMITH+ b. Dec 1798 Catherine BLACK b. 1760 Relationship=3rd great-grandmother of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Catherine BLACK was born in 1760. She married William SMITH, son of (?) SMITH, circa 1786. She married Jacques VANTOU, son of Jacques VANTOU and Elisabeth GAUDIFRY, on 9 September 1822 in Percé, QC, Canada. Research Notes: Drouin (Bleu) books record a marriage in Bathurst New Brunswick between a Thomas Smith and a Jane Black on 12 May 1845. Both have no parents indicated. Thomas is from Caraquet N.B. and Jane from Saumarez? Could she be related to Catherine Black? In the St.Catharines, Ontario library, while there on a personal visit I came across an interesting discovery in the 1817 Census Return of the Canso area of Nova Scotia. In this return William Smith (Black), widow, is listed. The Census reads as follows: A. Men above the age of 50: nil B. Men between the age of 16 & 50: 2 (This could be Denis & Jean) C. Boys: nil D. Woman: 2 (This could be Charlotte, her mother and someone else) E. Girls: nil (probably because Charlotte and others were above 16) F. Total number of persons: 5 G. English: Empty field H. Scotch: Empty field I: Irish: Empty field J: Acadians: 4 (This is interesting, as Catherine Black probably would not consider herself as Acadian as she was, presumably, not born in Acadia. Therefore the 3 other children were born more than likely in Gaspe and are considered as Acadians. The other children, namely, James, William and John were already grown up and more than likely living elsewhere on their own. James was married in 1813, and the other two, William and John married later on in 1822. The following was received in an e-mail from John Le Garignon on 13 Nov 2004: At Douglastown, Monday 18th, Sept. 1809 Court No.116 Continued from 1808 page 21 Widow Catherine Smith of Grand Grave Plaintiff, And… Leonard Massy fisherman of lndian Cove ……Defendant Cause called parties appear Evidence. James Ventonbury called as a Witness by the Plaintiff and Sworn Deposeth says that in spring 1807 one Peter Cloutier came into the service of the Plaintiff as a shore man in the summer fishery and continued so to serve her for the span of three months being the summer fishery and that he the said Peter Cloutier be not withstanding he being a shore man only he did sometimes go to serve in company with the Plaintiff’s son William in order to fish, on account of one Allan McDonald being unable to go out with the Plaintiffs Son from occasional intoxication and that the fish thus caught were kept in a pile by itself and altogether separate from the pile of fish got by the Plaintiff’s Voyage with the said McDonald and likewise separate from the pile of fish got in the Plaintiff’s voyage along with the witness that the whole of the fish so caught by the said Cloutier and the Plaintiffs said son were weighed out twenty or twenty one quintals at the end of the summer fishing and then delivered to the Defendant personally who received the same upon the Plaintiff’s beach, that the said Peter Cloutier was not then present and that the witness understands he had no share in that quantity of fish being entirely on monthly wages that the witness himself was present when the said Cloutier received from the Plaintiff in part of these wages four gallons good oyl and a grindstone worth about ten shillings – and that the Plaintiff’s said son William was allowed by his mother the Plaintiff one third of the aforesaid quantity caught with Cloutier. And the Witness says the whole of the twenty one quintals aforesaid were received by Mr. Masy the Defendant and carried away by him in his own coat, and the witness further saith that he understood thereafter that the Plaintiff’s son William had been satisfied for his share of the aforesaid quantity by the Defendent And the witness further saith that the pile of fish; aforesaid which was got in the Plaintiff’s Voyage along with him amonts to one hundred and forty seven quintals in all and that the same was altogether different and distinct horn the aforesaid number of twenty or twenty one quintals aforesaid which formed a pile of itself as the voyage of the Plaintiff along with the said Cloutier – that the witness does not know the number of quintals that were in the Pile of the Plaintiff’s voyage with the said McDonald but he is certain that the said pile was altogether different and distinct from the aforesaid piles – being cross examined by the Defendant wheter or not he had granted in the presence of the witness any things to the Plaintiff for the said pile of the voyage of the Plaintiff with Cloutier and he the Witness saith that he the Defendant did not grant any such receipt in his presence, the Witness adds that he is not in any way interested in the event of this suit, and is at present in the employ of Mr. Rossignol. The Defendant moves the court that as the aforesaid Peter Cloutier is now absent and out of the jurisdiction of this court and living in the Parish of St. Thomas near to Québec being he considers a material witness in this cause therefore he prays that a Writ of Commission Rogatoire be granted on behalf of him the Defendant directed to a judge or Magistrat within the District of Québec for the examination on oath Faits et Articles of his the said Pierre Cloutier as to the fact of his having so fished in manner set forth by the aforesaid Witness James Vinton with the Plaintiff’s said son William and caught thereby in all the aforesaid quantity of twenty or twenty one quintals of fish and that the said Writ of Commission Rogatoire be retournable on the first day of the now next to be held at Douglastown. It is ordered that the Writ of Commission Rogatoire as prayed for by the Defendant in this cause be granted and that in the meantime the same to remain over until the first day of the now next to be held here. Fr, Robichau …. Clerk of Court WM Crawford Judge …… Court inferior District of Gaspé. John Le Garignon. Children of Catherine BLACK and William SMITH James SMITH+ b. 1787, d. 26 Jan 1847 William (Guillaume) SMITH+ b. 15 Jul 1790 Jean SMITH b. 26 Sep 1792 Denis SMITH b. 26 Oct 1793 Charlotte SMITH b. 6 May 1796, d. 25 Sep 1818 Jean SMITH+ b. Dec 1798 William (Guillaume) SMITH b. 15 July 1790 William (Guillaume) SMITH|b. 15 Jul 1790|p6.htm#i394|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|(?) SMITH||p320.htm#i22395|||||||||| Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. William (Guillaume) SMITH was born on 15 July 1790 in Percé, QC, Canada. He was the son of William SMITH and Catherine BLACK. He married Louise (Angèle) BOND, daughter of Joseph Jacques BOND and Marie KEMLEUR dit LAFLAMME, on 24 September 1822 in Percé, QC. Children of William (Guillaume) SMITH and Louise (Angèle) BOND Guillaume SMITH b. 1 Jul 1823 Charlotte SMITH b. 20 Oct 1824 Jean SMITH b. December 1798 Jean SMITH|b. Dec 1798|p6.htm#i395|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|(?) SMITH||p320.htm#i22395|||||||||| Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Jean SMITH was born in December 1798 in NL, Canada. He was the son of William SMITH and Catherine BLACK. He was baptized on 29 October 1808 in Grande-Grave, QC, Canada. He married Marie Sophie THIVIERGE, daughter of François THIVIERGE and Marie Magdeleine LABERGE, on 30 September 1822 in Montmagny, QC, Canada. He married Marguerite BOYCE circa 1829. Research Notes: In “Les Registres de Bonaventure”(1981) by Bona Arsenault, page 305 it says: “Jean Smith de Guillaume Smith & Catherine BLAKE (de Grand-Grave) né à Terreneuve en 1798, baptisé Grand-Grave 20 Oct 1808″. Some books say he was born in Newfoundland, but there is no proof of this. It is possible that Bonavista, Newfoundland and Bonaventure, Gaspe could have been mixed up and there lays the confusion. Children of Jean SMITH and Marie Sophie THIVIERGE John SMITH+ b. 23 Aug 1823, d. 22 Mar 1876 Charlotte SMITH b. 8 Aug 1824 Magloire SMITH+ b. 12 Nov 1825 Sophia SMITH b. 12 May 1827, d. 5 Aug 1883 Pierre SMITH b. 20 Aug 1828, d. 22 Aug 1828 Child of Jean SMITH and Marguerite BOYCE Marguerite SMITH b. 15 Apr 1830 Denis SMITH b. 26 October 1793 Denis SMITH|b. 26 Oct 1793|p6.htm#i396|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|(?) SMITH||p320.htm#i22395|||||||||| Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Denis SMITH was born on 26 October 1793 in Percé, QC, Canada. He was the son of William SMITH and Catherine BLACK. Charlotte SMITH b. 6 May 1796, d. 25 September 1818 Charlotte SMITH|b. 6 May 1796nd. 25 Sep 1818|p6.htm#i397|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|(?) SMITH||p320.htm#i22395|||||||||| Relationship=2nd great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Charlotte SMITH was born on 6 May 1796 in Percé, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of William SMITH and Catherine BLACK. She married Germain DION, son of Germain DION and Thérèse FOURNIER, on 15 September 1817 in Percé, QC. She died on 25 September 1818 in Percé, QC, at the age of 22. Jean SMITH b. 26 September 1792 Jean SMITH|b. 26 Sep 1792|p6.htm#i398|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|(?) SMITH||p320.htm#i22395|||||||||| Relationship=2nd great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Jean SMITH was born on 26 September 1792 in Percé, QC, Canada. He was the son of William SMITH and Catherine BLACK. James SMITH b. 1787, d. 26 January 1847 James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|(?) SMITH||p320.htm#i22395|||||||||| Relationship=2nd great-grandfather of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. James SMITH was born in 1787 in Percé, QC, Canada. He was the son of William SMITH and Catherine BLACK. He married Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY, daughter of William MALONEY and Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN, on 24 October 1813 in Douglastown, QC, Canada. He died on 26 January 1847 in Douglastown, QC. He was buried on 28 January 1847 in Douglastown, QC. Biographical Notes: He was married in Percé but it is believed that he and his wife lived in Grande-Rivière. James apparently died before the marriage of his son Thomas. Children of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY Guillaume SMITH b. 15 Mar 1814 Hélène (Ellen) SMITH b. 17 Mar 1816 Jacques (James) SMITH+ b. 25 Sep 1818, d. 13 Mar 1897 Jean SMITH b. 6 Nov 1820 Thomas SMITH b. 14 Feb 1824, d. 25 Jan 1825 Marie Catherine SMITH+ b. 14 Feb 1826, d. 16 Oct 1897 André SMITH b. 14 Jun 1828 Joseph SMITH+ b. 8 Aug 1830 Thomas SMITH+ b. 21 May 1834 Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY b. 19 August 1792 Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092|||||||Jean BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1743|p116.htm#i8093|Anne DAVID|b. c 1745|p116.htm#i8094| Relationship=2nd great-grandmother of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY was born on 19 August 1792 in Percé, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of William MALONEY and Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN. She married James SMITH, son of William SMITH and Catherine BLACK, on 24 October 1813 in Douglastown, QC, Canada. Children of Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY and James SMITH Guillaume SMITH b. 15 Mar 1814 Hélène (Ellen) SMITH b. 17 Mar 1816 Jacques (James) SMITH+ b. 25 Sep 1818, d. 13 Mar 1897 Jean SMITH b. 6 Nov 1820 Thomas SMITH b. 14 Feb 1824, d. 25 Jan 1825 Marie Catherine SMITH+ b. 14 Feb 1826, d. 16 Oct 1897 André SMITH b. 14 Jun 1828 Joseph SMITH+ b. 8 Aug 1830 Thomas SMITH+ b. 21 May 1834 Guillaume SMITH b. 15 March 1814 Guillaume SMITH|b. 15 Mar 1814|p6.htm#i401|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Guillaume SMITH was born on 15 March 1814 in Grande-Rivière, QC, Canada. He was the son of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY. Hélène (Ellen) SMITH b. 17 March 1816 Hélène (Ellen) SMITH|b. 17 Mar 1816|p6.htm#i402|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092 Guillaume SMITH b. 15 March 1814 Guillaume SMITH|b. 15 Mar 1814|p6.htm#i401|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Guillaume SMITH was born on 15 March 1814 in Grande-Rivière, QC, Canada. He was the son of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY. Hélène (Ellen) SMITH b. 17 March 1816 Hélène (Ellen) SMITH|b. 17 Mar 1816|p6.htm#i402|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Hélène (Ellen) SMITH was born on 17 March 1816 in Grande-Rivière, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY. She married Thomas ENGLISH, son of John ENGLISH and Mary HEELY, on 7 July 1833 in Percé, QC, Canada. Jacques (James) SMITH b. 25 September 1818, d. 13 March 1897 Jacques (James) SMITH|b. 25 Sep 1818nd. 13 Mar 1897|p6.htm#i403|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Jacques (James) SMITH was born on 25 September 1818 in Grande-Rivière, QC, Canada. He was the son of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY. He married Mary EVE, daughter of Jacques Thomas EVE and Marie Olive BOND, on 28 October 1848 in Grande-Rivière, QC. He died on 13 March 1897 at the age of 78. Children of Jacques (James) SMITH and Mary EVE Joseph SMITH b. 1849 André SMITH b. 4 Sep 1857 Emélie SMITH b. c 1858 Marcel Ferdinand SMITH+ b. 16 Oct 1859, d. 6 Aug 1935 James SMITH b. 30 Sep 1861 Marie Anne (Mary) SMITH+ b. 8 Jul 1863 François-Xavier SMITH b. 1 Mar 1866 Victoire SMITH b. 22 Dec 1867 Sarah SMITH b. 28 Aug 1870, d. 18 Aug 1879 Jean Edmond (John) SMITH b. 7 Oct 1874, d. 1 Jul 1933 Jean SMITH b. 6 November 1820 Jean SMITH|b. 6 Nov 1820|p6.htm#i404|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Jean SMITH was born on 6 November 1820 in Grande-Rivière, QC, Canada. He was the son of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY. Research Notes: Drouin books have a record of a John Smith from Grand Grave (no parents mentioned) who married Elizabeth Degaris (no parents mentioned) in Gaspe on 30 Aug 1852. Could this be the same as Jean Smith son of James Smith and Appoline Maloney? It is conceivable that if it is Jean Smith (born 1820) he could easily have married 32 years later. John BAKER b. 7 May 1851, d. 17 October 1930 John BAKER|b. 7 May 1851nd. 17 Oct 1930|p6.htm#i405|John BAKER|b. c 1820nd. 30 Sep 1866|p114.htm#i7973|Marie Catherine SMITH|b. 14 Feb 1826nd. 16 Oct 1897|p6.htm#i407|William BAKER|b. c 1795|p114.htm#i7974|Susan BEAUDIN|b. c 1799|p114.htm#i7975|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400| Relationship=1st cousin 2 times removed of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. John BAKER was born on 7 May 1851 in Douglastown, QC, Canada. He was the son of John BAKER and Marie Catherine SMITH, and was baptized on 1 September 1852 in St.Patrick, Douglastown, QC, Canada, Godparents: Magloire Smith & Ellen Smith. He died on 17 October 1930 in Preston Springs Hotel, Preston, ON, Canada, at the age of 79. He was buried on 22 October 1930 in Gaspé, QC, Canada. Thomas SMITH b. 14 February 1824, d. 25 January 1825 Thomas SMITH|b. 14 Feb 1824nd. 25 Jan 1825|p6.htm#i406|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Thomas SMITH was born on 14 February 1824 in Grande-Rivière, QC, Canada. He was the son of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY. He died on 25 January 1825 in Grande-Rivière, QC, at the age of 0. Marie Catherine SMITH b. 14 February 1826, d. 16 October 1897 Marie Catherine SMITH|b. 14 Feb 1826nd. 16 Oct 1897|p6.htm#i407|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-grandaunt of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Marie Catherine SMITH was born on 14 February 1826 in Cap-aux-Os, QC, Canada. She was the daughter of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY, and was baptized on 16 June 1826 in St.Patrick, Douglastown, QC, Canada, Godparents: Antoine Cassivi & Angélique O’Connor. She married John BAKER, son of William BAKER and Susan BEAUDIN, on 2 October 1847 in Douglastown, QC. She died on 16 October 1897 in Gaspé, QC, Canada, at the age of 71. She was buried in October 1897 in St-Albert Cemetery, Gaspé, QC, Canada. Children of Marie Catherine SMITH and John BAKER William BAKER+ b. 15 Jul 1848 James BAKER b. 11 Jan 1850 John BAKER b. 7 May 1851, d. 17 Oct 1930 André SMITH b. 14 June 1828 André SMITH|b. 14 Jun 1828|p6.htm#i408|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. André SMITH was born on 14 June 1828 in Grande-Rivière, QC, Canada. He was the son of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY. Joseph SMITH b. 8 August 1830 Joseph SMITH|b. 8 Aug 1830|p6.htm#i409|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-granduncle of Théodore Gilbert Ronald CHENIER. Joseph SMITH was born on 8 August 1830 in Grande-Rivière, QC, Canada. He was the son of James SMITH and Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY. He married Marguerite PROVOST, daughter of William PROVOST and Marguerite TAYLOR, on 8 September 1858 in Douglastown, QC, Canada. Children of Joseph SMITH and Marguerite PROVOST Rose Ann SMITH b. 19 Feb 1875 Virginie Marguerite SMITH b. 8 Aug 1877 Thomas SMITH b. 21 May 1834 Thomas SMITH|b. 21 May 1834|p6.htm#i410|James SMITH|b. 1787nd. 26 Jan 1847|p6.htm#i399|Marie (Mary) Appoline MALONEY|b. 19 Aug 1792|p6.htm#i400|William SMITH|b. c 1758|p6.htm#i392|Catherine BLACK|b. 1760|p6.htm#i393|William MALONEY|b. c 1765nd. 27 Jul 1810|p116.htm#i8091|Josette BAKER dit BLONDIN|b. c 1767|p116.htm#i8092| Relationship=Great-grandfather of
  5. Renee says:

    Catherine Black, Smith, HUGHES, Perrot (Parrot), Picard, dit la Fortune etc…family tree.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominique-France_Picard

    *aka Princess Fadilla of Egypt*
    *DILL/
    Dilla

    • Renee says:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bancroft_Library
      The Bancroft Library is the primary special collections library of the University of California, Berkeley. It was acquired as a gift/purchase (November 25, 1905) from its founder, Hubert Howe Bancroft, with the proviso that it retain the name Bancroft Library in perpetuity. The collection consisted of 50,000 volumes of historical materials on the history of California and the North American West, from the Isthmus of Panama to Alaska and from the Trans-Mississippi West to Hawaii, including the great Pacific voyages of discovery of Cook, Malaspina, Vancouver, La Pérouse, and Otto von Kotzebue. At the time it was the largest such collection in the world, and remains so today.

  6. Renee says:

    Another Picard ( see Bernie Maddoff)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Irving_Picard

  7. Renee says:

    Another GUILLaume (actually WILLIAMS)
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Guillaume

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Roche,_Baroness_Fermoy
    And again another Gill (Roche) Also see Lady Diana *

  8. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hubert_Howe_Bancroft
    Bancroft was born in Granville, Ohio to Azariah Ashley Bancroft and Lucy Howe Bancroft. His parents were staunch abolitionists. The family home was a station on the Underground Railroad, and is now a dormitory on the campus of Denison University.[1] He attended the Doane Academy in Granville for a year, and he then became a clerk in his brother-in-law’s bookstore in Buffalo, New York.[2] In March 1852, he was sent to San Francisco, California, where he initiated and managed a regional office of the business. He also began his own publishing house. In 1868, he resigned from his business in favor of his brother, A. L. Bancroft. He had accumulated a great library of historical material, and abandoned business to devote himself entirely to writing and publishing history.[3]

    Bancroft’s library consisted of books, maps, and printed and manuscript documents, including a large number of narratives dictated to Bancroft or his assistants by pioneers, settlers, and statesmen. The indexing of this vast collection employed six persons for ten years. The library was moved in 1881 to a fireproof building, and in 1900 numbered about 45,000 volumes.[3]

    He developed a plan to publish a history in 39 volumes of the entire Pacific coast region of North America, from Central America to Alaska. He employed collaborators for the preliminary work, and then revised it all, and wrote the most important chapters himself. In 1886 the publishing establishment of A. L. Bancroft & Company burned, and the sheets of seven volumes of the history he had written were destroyed.[3]

    Bancroft’s first marriage was to Emily Ketchum in 1859. They had one daughter, Kate. Emily died in 1869. Bancroft married again in 1879. His second wife was Matilda Coley Griffing. They had four children, Paul, Griffing, Philip and Lucy.

    Bancroft died in 1918 in Walnut Creek, California, two days after being struck by a street car. He is interred in the Cypress Lawn Memorial Park in Colma, California. The Bancroft Library at UC Berkeley, named in his honor, was founded when the University of California purchased his book collection in 1905. Part of a property Bancroft bought (c.1880) in Contra Costa County, California, is now the Ruth Bancroft Garden. An archive of Bancroft family correspondence, collected by his daughter Kate, is held in the Mandeville Special Collections Library in the Geisel Library at the University of California, San Diego.

    Soundex Code for Howe = H000
    Other surnames sharing this Soundex Code:
    HAY | HEY | HIE | HOEY | HOW | HOWE | HOWEY | HOWIE | HOY | HOYE | HUEY | HUIE | HY

    Soundex Code for Howell = H400
    Other surnames sharing this Soundex Code:
    HAIL | HAILE | HAILEY | HALE | HALEY | HALL | HALLEY | HAWLEY | HEALEY | HEALY | HEIL | HEILLE | HELL | HEYL | HILE | HILL | HILLEY | HOHL | HOLE | HOLL | HOLLEY | HOLLOWAY | HOLLY | HOOLEY | HOULE | HOWELL | HOWLE | HOWLEY | HOYLE | HULL |

  9. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bell_%26_Howell
    Bell & Howell is a U.S.-based former manufacturer of motion picture machinery, founded as Bell & Howell in 1907 by two projectionists, and headquartered in Wheeling, Illinois. The company merged with Böwe Systec Inc. in 2003; it was known as Böwe Bell & Howell until 2011, when Versa Capital Management bought the company and returned it to its original name.

    Bell and Howell provides document processing, microfilmers, scanners, and financial services. The “Bell & Howell” trademark is also licensed to makers of various electronic consumer products.

  10. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Kennedy_Smith
    Jean Ann Kennedy Smith (born February 20, 1928) is an American diplomat and a former United States Ambassador to Ireland. She is the eighth of nine children born to Joseph Patrick Kennedy, Sr., and Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald and is their last surviving child. She is the sister of the 35th U.S. President, John F. Kennedy, Senators Robert F. Kennedy and Edward M. Kennedy and Special Olympics founder Eunice Kennedy Shriver.[1]

    Smith is the founder of Very Special Arts (VSA),[2] an internationally recognized non-profit dedicated to creating a society where those with disabilities can engage with the arts. In 2011, she was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation’s highest civilian honor, by President Barack Obama for her work with VSA and the disabled.[3]

    As Ambassador to Ireland from 1993-1998, Smith was instrumental to the Northern Ireland peace process as President Bill Clinton’s representative in Dublin.[4] She successfully advocated for the U.S. government to grant a visa to Sinn Féin President Gerry Adams which directly led to the IRA declaring a ceasefire in 1994. Irish President Mary McAleese conferred honorary Irish citizenship on Smith in 1998 in recognition of her service to the island.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stephen_Edward_Smith
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sargent_Shriver

  11. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Lambert_Mellon
    Known as Bunny, she is the eldest child of Gerard Barnes Lambert, Sr., a president of Gillette Safety Razor Co. and a founder of Warner-Lambert (Warner-Lambert is now part of Pfizer, following a 2000 merger).[1] One of her grandfathers, chemist Jordan Lambert, invented Listerine, although it was her father who commercialized it.[2] Her mother was the former Rachel Lowe. She had two siblings: Gerard Barnes Lambert, Jr. (1912–1947; married Elsa Cover, former wife of Angus D. Mackintosh); and Lily Cary Lambert (1914–2006; married William Wilson Fleming and John Gilman McCarthy).[1]

    Mellon’s parents divorced in 1933, and in 1934, her mother re-married her former brother-in-law, Dr. Malvern Bryan Clopton, the widower of Gerard Lambert, Sr.’s sister, Lily Lambert Walker. In 1936, Gerard Lambert, Sr. also was re-married, to Grace Cleveland Lansing Mull, the former wife of John B. Mull and a daughter of Henry Livingston Lansing.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stacy_Barcroft_Lloyd_Jr

    http://www.windsorscottish.com/pl-lp-amackintosh.php

    More on Walker here:
    https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2012/12/04/colors-of-the-rainbow-black/
    And here:
    https://thesandymonocle.wordpress.com/2012/12/17/the-queen-of-hearts-and-her-loves/

    http://www.fanpix.net/1734801/010478633/robert-walker-and-barbara-ford-picture.html

  12. Renee says:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Walker_(actor)
    Spouse(s) Jennifer Jones (m. 1939–1945) «start: (1939)–end+1: (1946)»”Marriage: Jennifer Jones to Robert Walker (actor)” Location: (linkback://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Walker_(actor)) (divorced)
    Barbara Ford (m. 1948–1948) «start: (1948)–end+1: (1949)»”Marriage: Barbara Ford to Robert Walker (actor)” Location: (linkback://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Walker_(actor)) (divorced)

    Hanna Landy (m. 1950–1951) «start: (1950)–end+1: (1952)»”Marriage: Hanna Landy to Robert Walker (actor)” Location: (linkback://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Walker_(actor)) (his death)
    Children Robert Walker, Jr.,
    Michael Walker

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jennifer_Jones

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jerry_Jones

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirley_Jones
    Jones was born in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Pittsburgh, to Methodist parents Marjorie (née Williams), a strict, strong-minded homemaker, and Paul Jones, owners of the Jones Brewing Company. An only child, she was named after Shirley Temple. The family later moved to the small nearby town of Smithton, Pennsylvania.[1] Jones could sing almost as soon as she could speak. Encouraged by her summer camp counselors, her family arranged for teenaged Shirley to study twice a week, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with the world-renowned singer and teacher, Ralph Lawando. Afterwards, she frequently joined her father for a show at the Pittsburgh Playhouse, where she fell in love with the musical theatre. Jones won the “Miss Pittsburgh” contest in 1952.

    tp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_H._W._Bush

    FORD* Family tree:

    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0285517/

    http://www.houseofnames.com/sinclair-family-crest

    http://www.thepeerage.com/p10912.htm

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