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    Jehan Jean Therriot Theriault Thériot Terriau

    Male 1600 -


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    • Name Jehan Jean Therriot Theriault Thériot Terriau 
      Born 1600  Martaizé France Find all individuals with events at this location 
      Gender Male 
      Association Krista Rae Francis (Relationship: 9 x great grandfather) 
      Person ID I5383  Krista's Ancestors
      Last Modified 22 Feb 2023 

      Family Perrine Breau  [1
      Children 
       1. Claude Therriot Theriault,   b. 1636, Port Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia Find all individuals with events at this location
       2. Jehan Therriot Theriault,   b. 1638, Port Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia Find all individuals with events at this location
       3. Bonaventure Therriot Theriault,   b. 1640, Port Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia Find all individuals with events at this location
      +4. Jeanne Theriault Therriot,   b. 1643,   d. 7 Dec 1725, Port Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 82 years)
       5. Germain Therriot Theriault,   b. 1645, Port Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia Find all individuals with events at this location
       6. Catherine Therriot Theriault,   b. 1649, Port Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia Find all individuals with events at this location
       7. Pierre Therriot Theriault,   b. 1654, Port Royal, Acadia, Nova Scotia Find all individuals with events at this location
      Last Modified 16 Nov 2022 
      Family ID F1939  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    • Notes 
      • http://www.acadiansingray.com/Acadians%20of%20LA-Intro-1.htm#THE_ACADIANS_OF_LOUISIANA
        Jean Thériot, a farmer from Martaizé who had come to the colony in the late 1630s, called a Terriau by Father Molin, was age 70, and his wife age 60 in 1671. Living with them on five arpents was their youngest child, son Pierre, age 17. They owned six head of cattle and one sheep. Between 1637, probably the year of their arrival, and 1654, Perrine had given Jean seven children, five sons and two daughters, all of whom would create families of their own. Also in the census were five of Jean and Perrine's married children, three sons and two daughters. Oldest son Claude, a farmer, had married Marie, daughter of François Gautrot and his second wife Edmée Lejeune, at Port-Royal in c1661. Between 1662 and 1670, Marie had given Claude four children, two sons and two daughters. Claude was age 34, and Marie 24 at the time of the census. Living with them on six arpents of cultivated land were their four children. They owned 13 head of cattle and three sheep. Between 1673 and 1693, Marie would give Claude 10 more children, seven daughters and three sons, 14 children all, including three sons and eight daughters who would create families of their own. Jean's third son Bonaventure dit Venture, a farmer, had married Jeanne, daughter of Michel Boudrot and Michelle Aucoin, at Port-Royal in c1666. In 1667, Jean gave Venture a daughter. At the time of the census, Venture was age 27, and Jeanne age 26. Living with them on two arpents of land was their young daughter. They owned six head of cattle and six sheep. Between 1673 and 1679, Jeanne would give Venture three more daughters, four in all, three of whom would create their own families. Jean's older daughter Jeanne, age 27, was counted with husband Pierre Thibodeau, age 40, and their growing family. Jean's fourth son Germain, a farmer, had married Andrée, daughter of Vincent Brun and Renée Breau, at Port-Royal in c1668. She gave him a son the following year. At the time of the census, Germain was age 25, and Andrée also was 25. Living with them on two arpents of land was their young son. They owned five head of cattle and two sheep. Andrée likely was pregnant when Father Molin came around. Later that year and in 1673, Andrée would give Germain two more children, another son and a daughter, three children in all, all of whom would create families of their own. Jean's younger daughter Catherine, age 20, was counted with husband Pierre Guilbeau, age 32. Jean's second son, Jean, fils, who would have been age 32 in 1671, does not appear in the census. He may have taken his wife, who he had recently married, to another colony, perhaps to Canada. Her name, as well as the names of their children, if they had any, have been lost to history.53

    • Sources 
      1. [S252] Familles Acadiennes 2, Lanctot, Leopold, 249-251 (Reliability: 3), 16 Nov 2022.