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HELP! Ancestor is complete! Grave has been located immigrant flag male ancestor  Jehan-Jean  THÉRIOT (THÉRIAULT, TERRIOT)

  (b. abt. 1601 Martaizé, France   d. abt. 1671 Port Royal, Acadia )  

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Jehan-Jean THÉRIOT (THÉRIAULT, TERRIOT) was born abt. 1601 in Martaizé, France . Jehan-Jean THÉRIOT (THÉRIAULT, TERRIOT) was the child of ?   and   ?

Jehan-Jean was an immigrant to Canada, arriving by 1637.

Spouse(s)/Partner(s) and Child(ren):

Jehan-Jean  married  Perrine RAU (RHEAULT) (BEAU) 8 May 1635 in France .  The couple had (at least) 7 children. Perrine RAU (RHEAULT) (BEAU)  was born abt. 1611 in France.  Perrine died abt. 1686 in Annapolis Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada (Port Royal, Acadia). 

Jehan-Jean THÉRIOT (THÉRIAULT, TERRIOT) died abt. 1671 in Port Royal, Acadia .
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    Acadian Ancestors, The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston, Maine, January 14, 1984
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    Source: Pioneers of Acadia by Stephen A. White
  • Biography
    'Jean Térriot, probably from Martaizé, near Loudun, south of the Loire valley in France, born in c1601, came to Acadia by c1637 with his wife Pérrine Rau or Reau, whom he had married in France in c1636. They were among the earliest settlers in Acadia. Jean and Pérrine, ages 70 and 60 respectively, were still alive when the first Acadian census found them at Port-Royal in 1671. They had seven children, all born at Port-Royal, including five sons...Read MORE...


  • Misc
    'L'espirit de retour (the spirit of return) proved strong for the majority of French migrants, and fewer than one in ten remained in l'Acadie. But those who stayed became the founding generation of the Acadians: ... Jean Theriot and Perrine Rau, she pregnant with their first child...'

    Source: A Great and Noble Scheme by John Mack Faragher, page 45

    Source: Rootsweb.com (author unknown)
    THE NAME(S) THERIAULT...At the time, it was common...Read MORE...


  • 1635 Marriage / Partner
    Jehan-Jean THÉRIOT (THÉRIAULT, TERRIOT) and Perrine RAU (RHEAULT) (BEAU) 8 May 1635, , France
  • 1671 Port Royal
    Jean TERRIAU, 70, wife, Perrine RAU 60; Children (married): Claude 34, Jean 32, Bonaventure 30, Germain 25, Jeanne 27, Catherine 21; (not married): Pierre 16; cattle 6, sheep 1.
    www.acadian-cajun.com/1671cens.htm


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Jehan-Jean THÉRIOT (THÉRIAULT, TERRIOT) married Grave has been locatedimmigrant flag female ancestor Perrine RAU (RHEAULT) (BEAU)-- Date: 8 May 1635 Place: , France
Martaize, Vienne, Poitou, France


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Biography
'Jean Térriot, probably from Martaizé, near Loudun, south of the Loire valley in France, born in c1601, came to Acadia by c1637 with his wife Pérrine Rau or Reau, whom he had married in France in c1636. They were among the earliest settlers in Acadia. Jean and Pérrine, ages 70 and 60 respectively, were still alive when the first Acadian census found them at Port-Royal in 1671. They had seven children, all born at Port-Royal, including five sons...Read MORE...


Misc
'L'espirit de retour (the spirit of return) proved strong for the majority of French migrants, and fewer than one in ten remained in l'Acadie. But those who stayed became the founding generation of the Acadians: ... Jean Theriot and Perrine Rau, she pregnant with their first child...'

Source: A Great and Noble Scheme by John Mack Faragher, page 45

Source: Rootsweb.com (author unknown)
THE NAME(S) THERIAULT...At the time, it was common...Read MORE...


Jehan-Jean THÉRIOT (THÉRIAULT, TERRIOT)
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Acadian Ancestors, The Lewiston Daily Sun, Lewiston, Maine, January 14, 1984
Jehan-Jean THÉRIOT (THÉRIAULT, TERRIOT)
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Source: Pioneers of Acadia by Stephen A. White
1635 Marriage / Partner
Jehan-Jean THÉRIOT (THÉRIAULT, TERRIOT) and Perrine RAU (RHEAULT) (BEAU) 8 May 1635, , France
1671 Port Royal
Jean TERRIAU, 70, wife, Perrine RAU 60; Children (married): Claude 34, Jean 32, Bonaventure 30, Germain 25, Jeanne 27, Catherine 21; (not married): Pierre 16; cattle 6, sheep 1.
www.acadian-cajun.com/1671cens.htm

Jehan-Jean is buried at: Garrison Graveyard
St. George St.

Annapolis Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada (Port Royal, Acadia)

From ameriquefrancaise.org: "Very few 18th century documents refer to the appearance of Acadian cemeteries, but those that do indicate that Acadians before the Deportation marked their graves with wooden crosses."
Added: - Updated: 12/6/2021 3:03:43 PM

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