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Did You Know?Acadia - Did you know? On January 6th of each year, the Acadians celebrated Epiphany. This tradition included the Twelfth Night cake. The cake contained a ring, a medal, and a button. When the cake was cut, it was said that the person who found the ring would be married soon. The person who found the medal would have a religious vocation. The person who found the button would remain a bachelor or old maid.

Source: Je Me Souviens, A Publication of the American-French Genealogical Society, Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Volume 35, Number 1. Spring 2012. Acadian Festivals.



Did You Know?Quebec - Did you know? About 30,000 French people set out on the great voyage to New France before 1760. Of this number, 27,000 arrived alive... All in all of the 27,000 immigrants, 14,000, or a little more than half, settled in New France.

Source: History of Quebec for Dummies by Eric Bedard, published by John Wiley & Sons, Canada, Ltd.



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Acadian Exile - Grand Derangement Acadia  Charles  Belliveau (Béliveau)

  (b. abt. 1697, Acadia (Acadie), Canada   d. 6 September 1769 Québec, Québec, Canada (Quebec City) )  

Charles Belliveau (Béliveau) was born abt. 1697 in , Acadia (Acadie), Canada. Charles Belliveau (Béliveau) was the child of Charles Belliveau (Béliveau) and Marie Melanson and the grandchild of: (paternal)  Jean Antoine Belliveau (Béliveau) and Marie Jeanne Bourg (maternal)  Charles Melanson dit Laverdure and Marie Dugas

He married  Agnès Gaudet 16 October 1725 in Annapolis Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada (Port Royal, Acadia) .  Agnès Gaudet  was born 16 June 1705 in Annapolis Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada (Port Royal, Acadia) .  She was the daughter of Bernard Gaudet and Jeanne Elizabeth Thériot (Thériault).

Charles Belliveau (Béliveau) died 6 September 1769 in Québec, Québec, Canada (Quebec City).


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Charles Belliveau (Béliveau) married Acadia Agnès Gaudet-- Date: 16 October 1725 Place: Annapolis Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada (Port Royal, Acadia)
Agnès Gaudet was the daughter of Bernard Gaudet and Jeanne Elizabeth Thériot (Thériault)


Children:

Marie-Madeleine Béliveau ca 1728-
Charles Béliveau ca 1729-

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Invention 1698 - The steam engine is invented (Thomas Savery, England)
"Thomas Savery was an English inventor credited with making important advancements and discoveries in the development of the steam engine. He was born in 1650 at Shilston and belonged to a well known ...Read MORE...


News 1698 - October 14 - New France census shows: 1,460 houses in the city of Québec, 1,988 inhabiants

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News 1700 (Quebec)
The French population in the Colony of Canada numbered about fifteen thousand. The Crown ceded almost all the riverfront; from Quebec to Montreal. This opened nearly two hundred seigneurs for rural ...Read MORE...


1700 Port Royal
Charles BELLINEAUX 22; Madelaine MELANSON (wife) 22, Charles 3; Jean 1; 3 cattle, 2 sheep, 1 gun.
Click here to go to source1700 Acadian Census
Added: 9/24/2010 9:50:06 AM - Beckie  Updated: 9/24/2010 9:50:18 AM - Beckie

Canada 1701 - 40 First Nation tribes, French Colonial Government signed Great Peace of Montreal
On August 4, 1701, some 40 Aboriginal nations gathered in Montreal. On that day, their representatives dinged the Treaty of Montreal. People in Montreal would remember this ceremony for a long time....Read MORE...


Canada 1702 - Having begun in Europe in 1701, The War of the Spanish Succession spreads to North America (Queen Anne's War) in Acadia and New England.

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News 1704 - According to the census, there are 1,450 people living in Acadia


News 1709 - Quebec merchants establish a Chamber of Commerce for the first time. Prior to this time meetings or public assemblies were not allowed.

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Canada 1710 - British Capture Port Royal, Rename Fort Anne
The Acadian community of Port Royal is captured by Francis Nickolson for the British and renamed it Fort Anne, and the community, Annapolis Royal. Daniel d'Auger de Subercase (1661-1732), with less...Read MORE...


News 1711 - Québec Expedition
The Québec Expedition was a British attempt to attack Québec during Queen Anne's War. On July 30, a fleet of ships set sail from Boston, Massachusetts. They reached the Gulf of the Saint Lawrence...Read MORE...


News 1713 - Acadia is 'permanently' given to the British after the Treaty of Utrecht.
The Treaty of Utrecht ended the War of Spanish Succession in 1713, making the Acadians in Nova Scotia permanent British subjects, while Isle Royale (Cape Breton) and Isle Saint-Jean (Prince Edward...Read MORE...


Canada 1713 - Treaty of Utrecht ended Queen Anne's War (War of the Spanish Succession)
Hudson's Bay, Acadia and Newfoundland now all belonged to the English. Cape Breton belonged to the French.
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1725 Marriage / Partner
Charles Belliveau (Béliveau) and Agnès Gaudet 16 October 1725, Annapolis Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada (Port Royal, Acadia)

News By 1730, the majority of Acadians had signed an oath swearing allegiance to the British Crown, but they insisted they would not fight either the French or the native Indians.

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News 1737 - A road is completed between Quebec and Montreal.
The Chemin du Roy was the first road linking Quebec City to Montreal. Today the old roads which where established in 1737, serves as a tourist route, passing through three of the provinces principal...Read MORE...


News 1743 - Several people are crushed to death at the bakers shop in Quebec due to scarcity of food in New France.

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Canada In 1745 Louisbourg fell to British forces from New England.
An expedition organized by Massachusetts Governor William Shirley besieged and ultimately captured the French fortress of Louisbourg, on Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia, in 1745 as part of King...Read MORE...


Canada The Treaty of Aix-la-Chapelle returned Louisbourg to the French in 1748

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News 1749--French population of the whole of the Acadian Peninsula : 13,000

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Canada 1749 - 2,576 settlers are brought to Acadia by the British. Halifax is founded. www.acadian-cajun.com/ acadtime.htm
The establishment of Halifax in 1749 engrained a solid colonized British presence on the Atlantic Coast.

Britain founds Halifax to counter the French presence at Louisbourg.
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News 1750 - LeLoutre gets the Indians to burn Beaubassin to get Acadians over to French territory.

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Canada 1750 - German immigrants begin to arrive in numbers at Halifax.

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Canada 1752 - Canada's first newspaper, the weekly Halifax Gazette, appears (March 23).

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Invention 1753 - The lightning rod is invented (Benjamin Franklin, United States)
Those of our Readers in this and the neighboring Provinces, who may have had an Opportunity of observing, during the present Summer, and of the Effects of Lightning on Houses, Ships, Trees, &c. are...Read MORE...


News 1754 - At the beginning of the French and Indian War of 1754,
the British government demanded that Acadians take an oath of allegiance to the Crown that included fighting against the French. Most of them refused.
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World History 1754 - Beginning of the French and Indian War between Great Britain and France for control of the North American colonies. It is part of the Seven Years War.



Acadia 1755
Beginning of the Acadian Expulsion on July 28

World History (1756 - 1763) Seven Years War - France, Great Britain clashed in Europe and North America; France, Russia, Austria, Saxony, Sweden and Spain sided against Britain, Prussia and Hanover

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News 1758 - The Acadians who fled to Ile St. Jean and Ile Royale are rounded up and 3000+ are sent to France.
Two of the ships are unseaworthy and sink ... hundreds of Acadians perish. The ones who make it to France initially settle in northwestern France, around St. Malo and Morlaix.
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News 1759 - Quebec Falls
In the year 1759, Quebec was conquered by the British forces, and the various foreign policies threatened French-Canadian culture and their rights.
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Canada 1759 - British troops defeated French troops in Battle of Plains of Abraham near Quebec City

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News 1763 - The war between the French and the British is over. Acadians who have survived the interrment in England are sent to France. Some Acadians try to return to Acadia (now Nova Scotia) and find their land settled by others. www.acadian-cajun.com/
When France signed the Treaty of Paris in 1763, it gave Great Britain its colonial possessions in North America, except the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon, off the coast of...Read MORE...


Canada 1763 - France cedes its North American posessions to Britain by the Treaty of Paris, ending the Seven Years War (French and Indian War). Quebec City French-speaking Catholics were now under the rule of Protestant Britain.
In 1763, England was convinced, mistakenly, that it was inheriting a French society but the new colonial authorities did not fully understand the reality. The former subjects of the king of France...Read MORE...


News 1764 - British authorities in 1764 allowed Acadians to return in small isolated groups.
They returned slowly, settling in various locations on mainland Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island. Others ended up in Newfoundland, the West Indies and even the Falkland Islands.

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Death
6 September 1769
Québec, Québec, Canada (Quebec City)


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