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Milton P. Rieder, Jr & Norma Gaudet Rieder

 

THE CREW AND PASSENGER REGISTRATION LISTS OF THE SEVEN ACADIAN EXPEDITIONS OF 1785 -- Metairie, Louisiana 1965

CONTENTS
Le Bon Papa 1
Le Bergere 10
Le Beaumont 24
St. Remi 33
L' Amitie 50
La Ville d'Archangel 63
La Caroline 78

 

 

Vol. 1. The Acadians in France, 1762-1776 ---  Metairie, Louisiana - 1967

 

Vol. 2. The Acadians in France, Belle Isle en Mer - La Rochette Papers ---  Metairie, Louisiana - 1972

 

Vol. 3. Archives of the Port of Saint Servan --  Metairie, Louisiana, 1973

 

 

 

THE ACADIANS IN FRANCE 1772-1776
 

Milton P. Rieder, Jr. and Norma Gaudet Rieder

The Acadians in France, 1762-1776 ---  Metairie, Louisiana - 1967

Volume 1

 

Page 2 - GENERAL ROLL OF THE INHABITANTS OF ISLE ROYALE AND ISLE ST. JEAN DISTRIBUTED BY PARISHES FOR THE YEAR 1762.
 

ST. MALO
St. Servan
PARAME
ST. COULOMB
ST. MELOIR
BONNABAN
LA GOUESNIERE
CHATEAUNEUF
ST. SULIAC
PLEUDIHEN
PLESLIN
TRIGAVOU
SANGROLAY
PLEURTUIT
ST. ENOGAT
PLOUBALAY
ST. BRIAC
ST. LUNAIRE
LAMBALLE
ST. TUAL
DINAN
GAEL
MEGRIT
AURANCHES
PLERGUET
GRANVILLE
DUNKERQUE
LA ROCHELLE
 

Page 34 - ROLE OF THE TRULY ACADIAN FAMILIES - SEPTEMBER 15, 1772
 

Page 98 - STATE OF THE ACADIAN FAMILIES COMPRISING THE FIRST CONVOY LEAVING CHATELLERAULT FOR NANTES OCTOBER 24, 1775
 

Page 101 - STATE OF THE ACADIAN FAMILIES COMPRISING THE SECOND CONVOY LEAVING CHATELLERAULT FOR NANTES NOVEMBER 15, 1775
 

Page 108 - STATE OF THE ACADIAN FAMILIES COMPRISING THE THIRD CONVOY LEAVING CHATELLERAULT FOR NANTES DECEMBER 7, 1775
 

Page 119 - STATE OF THE ACADIAN LABORERS WHO COMPRISED THE FOURTH CONVOY LEAVING CHATELLERAULT FOR NANTES FROM MARCH 6 TO MARCH 13, 1776
 

Page 121 - Index

 

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THE ACADIANS IN FRANCE - Belle Isle en Mer - La Rochette Papers
 

Milton P. Rieder, Jr. and Norma Gaudet Rieder, Metairie, Louisiana, 1973

The Acadians in France, Belle Isle en Mer - La Rochette Papers ---  Metairie, Louisiana - 1972

Volume II


Partie 1
     Belle Isle en Mer Registers

Page 3 Palais
4 Court order
6 Honore LeBlanc
8 Joseph LeBlanc
11 Family of Honore, Olivier and Paul Daigre, brothers, of the village of Chubiguer, parish of Palais.
14 Family of Joseph Simon Granger of the village of Antoureau, parish of Palais
16 Family of Jean Baptiste Granger of the village of Andrestol, parish of Palais
Family of Armand Granger of the village of Borstang, parish of Palais
17
Family of Joseph and Mathurin Granger, brothers, of the village of Kgoyet, parish of Palais
18 Family of Pierre Richard of the village of Kbellec, parish of Palais
20 Declaration of Monsieur labbe le Loutre, former Vicar General of the Diocese of Quebec in Canada.

Page 21 Locmaria
21 Family of Pierre Trahant of the village of Borderhouat
24 Family of Jean Hebert of the village of Borderhouat, parish of Locmaria
25 Family of Joseph Poirier of the village of Kzo, parish of Locmaria
26 Family of Abraham Gendre of the village of Kzo, parish of Locmaria
27 Family of Alexis and Jean Douaron of the village of Bortereau, parish of Locmaria
28 Family of Emilien Segoilot of the village of Borbren in the parish of Locmaria
29 Family of Anastasie Theriot, widow of Francois Thibodault of the village of Cosquet, parish of Locmaria
30 Declaration of Jean Melancon of the village of Cosquet
33 Declaration of Monsieur labbe Le Loutre, former vicar general of the Diocese of Quebec in Canada, March 2, 1766.

Page 33 Sauzon
33 Declaration of Louis Courtin of Arpens Triboutons
34 Declaration of Claude Pitre of Arpens de Triboutons
35 Declaration of Silvestre and Simon Trahant, brothers, living at Arpens de Triboutons.
37 Declaration of Laurent Granger of the village of Lanno
38 Declaration of Simon Pierre Daigre of the village of Kervellan
39 Declaration of Jean Charles Daigre of the village of Kersau
Declaration of Felix Boudrot of the village of Kersau
40 Declaration of Louis Athanase Trahant of the village of Borderun
41 Declaration of Felix Boudrot of the village of Borderun
42 Declaration of Pierre LeBlanc of the village of Borderun
43 Declaration of Jean LeBlanc of the village of Bernantec
45 Declaration of Joseph LeBlanc of the village of Bernantec
46 Declaration of Claude LeBlanc of the village of Bordicado
47 Declaration of Joseph LeBlanc of the village of Kerledant
48 Declaration of Alain LeBlanc of the village of Kerledant
49 Declaration of Marguerite Dupuis, widow of Claude Babin of the village of Kerledant
50 Declaration of Pierre Doucet of the village of Anvorte
51 Declaration of Jean Baptiste LeBlanc of the village of Loqueltas
52 Declaration of Joseph Babin of the village of Loqueltas
53 Declaration of Monsieur l'abbe Le Loutre, former Vicar General of the Diocese of Quebec in Canada

Page 55 PARISH OF BANGOR
55 Families of Charles and Simon LeBlanc
57 Family of Jean Tiernay, of the village of Kervarigeon, parish of Bangor
58 Family of Charles Hebert living at the village of Kervarigeon, parish of Bangor
59 Family of Claude Joseph Billeray living at the village of Kervarigeon, parish of Bangor
Family of Pierre Deline living at the village of Kervarigeon, parish of Bangor
60 Family of Guillaume Montet living at the village of Kervarigeon, parish of Bangor
61 Family of Jean and Pierre Granger, brothers, of the village of Bortemont, parish of Bangor on this island
62 Family of Jean Theriot of the village of Bortemont, parish of Bangor
63 Family of Marie Rose Rivet, widow of Rene Landry of the village of Bordrehouant, parish of Bangor
65 Family of Cyprien Duon of the village of Calastrene, parish of Bangor
66 Family of Alexandre Aucoin of the village of Calastrene, parish of Bangor
68 Family of Rene and Pierre Trahant, brothers, living at the village of Calastrene, parish of Bangor
69 Family of another Pierre Trahant living at the village of Goeland, parish of Bangor
72 Family of Charles Granger of the village of Thineve, parish of Bangor
73 Family of Jean Baptiste LeBlanc living at the village of Keruest, parish of Bangor.
75 Family of Pierre Boudrot living at the village of Keruest, parish of Bangor.
77 Family of Joseph and Simon Pierre Trahant of the village of Kerguinolay, parish of Bangor.
79 Family of Marie Josephe Dupuis, widow of the deceased Pierre Theriot of Parlavant, parish of Bangor.
82 Family of Laurent Babin living at the village of Parlavant, parish of Bangor, living at Palais
83 Family of Adam Mauger living at the village of Bordrenech, parish of Bangor
84 Declaration of Mesieur l'abbe Le Loutre, former Vicar General of the Diocese of Quebec in Canada
Declaration of Jean Granger, Pierre Granger, Jean Theriot, of the village of Bortemont and of Simon Pierre Trahant of Kerguinolay, parish of Bangor

 

 

Partie 2    Sieur de La Rochette Papers
 

Page 86
Bristol May 14, 1763. List of the names of the inhabitants of Louisberg and island of St. John who are related to the Neutrals and permitted to follow them from hence to Southampton.
 

Page 87-90
by the orders of the Commissioner of Sick and Wounded I have delivered up to the Sieur De La Rochette the two hundred and nineteen French Neutrals whose names are in the foregoing list. Southampton May 16, 1763. Edw. Noble
 

Page 91
Roll of the prisoners arriving from the prison at Bristol to embark on the Corvette L'Ambition. Captain Mr. Brunau De LaSalle. May 16, 1763. - I acknowledge having received by order of M. de la Rochette on board the royal corvette L'Ambition the prisoners of war from Bristol and named in the preceeding role whom I promise to deliver at St. Malo to M. Isarn Commissaire des Classes as soon as possible. Given on board the L'Ambition in the road-stead of Southampton May 17, 1763. Bruneau de LaSalle
 

Notes : L'Ambition passagers 25 FRoux indique Martha Landry, Rieder indique Charles Landry. Je crois qu'il s'agit de Marthe Landry (Voir liste).


Page 92-95
Rolle des Acadien Embarque a Southamton a bord de la Corvette Taroy Lambition. Capitainne Brunau De La Salle Le 16 Mai 1763.

Page 96-100
Role of the Acadian families embarqued on the royal frigate La Dorothee. Captain Lavenant. - I acknowledge having received, by order of M. de la Rochette, aboard the royal corvette La Dorothee the Acadian families named in the proceeding role whom I promise to deliver at Saint Maio to M. Isarn Commissaire des Classes as soon as possible. On board La Dorothee May 17, 1763. Lavenant

Notes : Rieder a un Charles Babin à la fin du groupe 7 que n'a pas FRoux, mais lui l'a comme 3ième personne au groupe 8. Groupe 41, Rieder a Magdaleine LeBlanc et Roux Marguerite Le Blanc.
 

Page 101-103

Penryn 1763 - List of Neutral French delivered the 25th day of May to Mons. de la Rochette by Robert Crongey, Agent.

 

Page 104-105

Roll of the prisoners of war who came from Bristol to Southampton and embarked on board the frigate La Dorothee May 26, 1763.  -I acknowledge having received by order of M. de la Rochette on board the royal corvette La Dorothee the prisoners of war from Bristol and named in the preoeeding roll whom I promise to deliver at St. Malo to M Isarn Commissaire des Classes as soon as possible. Given on board the La Dorothee in the road-stead of Southampton May 17, 1763. Lavenant

 

Page 104-109

Role of the Acadian Families embarqued at Falmouth May 26, 1763 on board la flute du Roi La Fauvette, commanded by Sr. Gouran. --- I have received from M. De la rochette Commisaire de France for the transportation and immigration of the Acadians, the Acadian families on the attached list whom I promised to turn over, as soon as possible, at Morlaix to Sr. Querier Commis de Classes. A board the La Fauvette May 26, 1763.
 

Page 110-115
Liverpool - A list of the names and ages of the Neutral French delivered to the Sieur De la Rochette and embarked on board Le Sturgeon commanded by Captain Belon by Geo. Langton Agent for the Prisoners of War at said port June 7, 1763 -- Delivered to the Sieur De La Rochette all the Neutral French as mentioned in the annexed list. George Langton

 

Page 116-121

Roll of the Acadian families detained at Liverpool and embarked on board La Gabarre Du Roi L'Esturgeon commanded by the Sieur Louis Belon June 7, 1763 --- On board L'Esturgeon June 7, 1763 in the harbor of Liverpool. I acknowledge having received on board La Corvette du Roi, L'Esturgeon the Acadian families named in the preceeding role whom I have promised to hand over to Mr. Quetier, Commis des Classes at Morlaix, as soon as it is possible. s. Belon.

 

Page 122-134

Index

 

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THE ACADIANS IN FRANCE - Archives of the Port of Saint Servan
 

VOLUME III    Archives of the Port of Saint Servan

 by  Milton P. Rieder, Jr. and Norma Gaudet Rieder, Metairie, Louisiana, 1973

 

Roll of the inhabitants of Isle Royale, Isle Saint Jean, Gaspee and other places near the English whom the King granted the subsistance calculated to the day of their disembarking. Transcribed on the General Roll.

Page 2
Disembarked November 1, 1758 from the ship "l'Antelope"

Page 3
Disembarked November 1. 1758 from the ship "Le Duc Guillaume"

Page 7
Disembarked November 17, 1758 from the ship "La Reine d'Espagne

Page 9
Inhabitants coming from La Rochelle

Page 9
Disembarked January 16, 1759 from the ship "Tamerlane"

Page 10
Roll of the inhabitants of Isle Royale and tale Saint Jean who disembarked at Saint Malo from the English ship coming from the said colonies.
From the ship "l'Antelope" disembarked on November 1, 1758

Page13
Disembarked from the "Duc Guillaume" on November 1, 1758

Page 18
La Reine d'Espagne Disembarked November 17, 1758

Page 19
Le Tamerlan Disembarked January 16, 1759

Page 21
From the "Yarmouth", from the "Patience"; from the "Mathias", from the "Restoration" and from the "John Samuel". Disembarked January 23, 1759

Page 44
Du Supply, Disembarked March 9, 1759

Page 49
Disembarked at Cherbourg 1759

Page 50
Disembarked at La Rochelle 1759

Page 51
Disembarked at Rochefort 1759

Page 52
Disembarked at Brest
Disembarked at Boulogne
Disembarked at La Rochelle
On the five mail boats
Reaching other ports in July 1759

Page 53
On August 21, 1759

Reaching other ports in September 1759

Page 54
Reaching other ports in October 1759

Page 55
Reaching other ports in November and December 1759
Reaching La Rochelle on January 1, 1760

 

Page 56
Reaching Rochefort on April 10, 1760
Reaching Rochefort on May 1, 1760
Reaching Morlaix on May 1, 1760
Saint Malo

page 57
At Lorient
-57 Inhabitants waiting for assistance from the King
-62 Inhabitants who died on the crossing
-66 Inhabitants dying after having disembarked
-67 Religious
-68 Women who are going to Saint Malo and who married Officers
-68 List of deaths after the disembarkation

Page 68
Inhabitants reaching La Rochelle

Page 69
Arriving December 27th., coming from Rochefort
Arriving December 29th., coming from La Rochelle
Appearing January 2, 1759
Arriving from La Rochelle in October, appearing January 8, 1759
Arriving from La Rochelle January 6, 1759

Page 70
L'Antelope September 7, 1758

Page 71
La Reine d'Espagne November 17, 1758

Page 74
Le Duc Guillaume November 12, 1759

Page 82
Others

Page 83
Reaching Rochefort January 1, 1761
March 1, 1761
French citizens of Quebec, disembarked November 13th of the year 1760.

Page 84
[Extract of Registers]

Page 86
Inhabitants of Isle Royale and Isle Saint Jean

Page 87
[Extract of Registers]

Page 88
State of the inhabitants of Isle Saint Jean living in the parish of Pleudihen in the months of November and December 1761.

Page 92
Index

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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