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HELP! Grave has been located immigrant flag female ancestor  Jeanne  PELLETRET

  (b. abt. 1643 Paris, France   d. 12 January 1706 Port Royal, Acadia )  

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Jeanne PELLETRET was born abt. 1643 in Paris, France

Jeanne PELLETRET was the child of Simon PELLETRET   and   Perrine BOURG

Jeanne was an immigrant to Canada, arriving by 1645.

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Jeanne  married  Barnabe MARTIN abt. 1666 in Port Royal, Acadia .  The couple had (at least) 6 children. Barnabe MARTIN  was born abt. 1636 in France.  Barnabe died abt. 1686 in Annapolis Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada (Port Royal, Acadia). 

Jeanne  married  (2) Jacques LEVANIER dit LANGEVIN abt. 1687 in Acadia, Canada .  Jacques LEVANIER dit LANGEVIN  was born abt. 1653

Jeanne PELLETRET died 12 January 1706 in Port Royal, Acadia .
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Jeanne PELLETRET married Grave has been locatedAncestor is complete!immigrant flag male ancestor Barnabe MARTIN-- Date: abt. 1666 Place: Port Royal, Acadia

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Jeanne PELLETRET married  male ancestor Jacques LEVANIER dit LANGEVIN-- Date: abt. 1687 Place: , Acadia, Canada

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The Martin descendants of New Brunswick are the descendants of Barnabe Martin. The exact place of origin is unknown but it does seem certain that he was born in France about 1636. He arrived in Acadia before 1666, when he married, at Port-Royal, Jeanne Pelletret, daugher of Simon Pelletret and Perrine Bourque. Barnabe died between 1678 and 1686, leaving seven children. His son Rene was born about March 1671. He married just before the census of 1693 to Marie Mignier, widow of Joseph Gravois. The fifth of the eight sons of Rene Martin was Jean-Baptiste. He was born at Port-Royal on March 15, 1704 and married at the same place, on November 24, 1732, Marie Brun, daughter of Claude Brun and Cecile Dugas. The family of Jean-Baptiste Martin consisted of fourteen children. Joseph, born at Port-Royal on November 4, 1740, and Amand, born in the same parish on May 20, 1742 married at Ekoupahag (today known as ...Read MORE...

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1671 Port Royal
Rene LANDRY, 52, wife Perrine BOURC 45; Children (4 married): Henriette PELLETROT 30, Jeanne 28, Marie 25, Marie 23; (not married): Magdeleine 15, Pierre 13, Claude 8; cattle 10, sheep 6.
1671 Acadian Census
death1706 Death
12 January 1706
Annapolis Royal, Annapolis, Nova Scotia, Canada (Port Royal, Acadia)

Jeanne is buried at: Garrison Graveyard
St. George St.

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

From "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: 6/24/2008 12:00:00 AM - Updated: 3/29/2023 10:51:15 AM

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