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Marie-Anne CANOL - Bio


"Jean Doiron reached Acadia from France with his wife Marie-Anne Canol aboard L'Oranger in 1671. They moved from Port-Royal to the Minas in the early 1680s and were counted on Rivière-de-l'Ascension there in 1701. By 1714, they had moved up to Pigiguit. Jean and Marie-Anne had 11 children, including eight sons, seven of whom created families of their own. Their three daughters married into the Hébert, Testard dit Paris, Boisseau, and Vincent families. His middle daughter Marie settled at Louisbourg on Île Royale, today's Cape Breton Island, by the 1720s. "

Source: www.acadiansingray.com/



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