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 Last Updated: 11 Jan 2012

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François dit Tourangeau Amirault
Relation to Caelyn and Jayd'n Omand: 9x GREAT-GRANDFATHER

 
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Children:
   b. 14 Dec 1691
* Anne Amirault

b. 9 May 1699
* Pierre dit Tourangeau Amirault

b.
* Marie-Jeanne Amirault
François dit Tourangeau Amirault
Birth: 1664
in Tours,, France

Spouse(s):
   m. 1683
Marie Pitre
   (b. 1666)
   (d. 1726+/-)

Sibling(s):
   

 

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References:
http://collections.ic.gc.ca/acadian/english/eroots/a-b/amirault/amirault.htm
had 10 children
 
http://worldconnect.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=jyf47&id=I698

 


Comments:
François Amirault, sometimes called ""Tourangeau"" was born in Tours, France, in 1664. At nineteen (1683) he married Marie Pitre and ten children were born to the couple.
Certain traces show that he was probably in Cobequid (present-day Truro, Nova Scotia) in the year 1725.
Joseph Amirault (1689), son of François Mirault dit Tourangeau, his wife and nine children were deported to Connecticut. After 1763 some of his children settled in Quebec.
Joseph Amirault's nephews and nieces returned to the Pubnico area of Nova Scotia after being exiled to Massachusetts.
Serait arrivé en Acadie vers 1670, selon Bona Arseneau. Arrive sur le bateau L'Oranger à Port-Royal en 1671. À Port-Royal en 1686. S'établi à Kakaouit (baronnie de Pobomcoup) en 1688.
à Cap de sable en 1688, Port-Razoir en 1693, à Baccaro en 1699, à Port-Royal en 1714, sur les Côtes de l'est en 1717, à Cobequid en 1725 où il était encore en 1737.


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