Marie-Anne Boudreault / Boudrot

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Marie-Anne Boudreault / Boudrot

Also Known As: "Marie-Anne Boudrot", "Marie-Anne Boudreau"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Beaubassin, (Present Cumberland County), Acadia (Present Nova Scotia)
Death: Died in Nantes, Bretagne, France
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Jean Boudrot and Marguerite Bourgeois
Wife of Gilles Vincent and Pierre Arsenault, II
Mother of Anne-Judith-Vincent Desmarais; Renee Desmarais; Pierre Arsenault; Charles Arsenault; Anne Arceneaux / Arsenault and 10 others
Half sister of Thérèse Mirande; Marie-Therese Mirande; Marie-Madeleine Mirande dite Tavare; Estienne Mirande; Jeanne Mirande dit Tavare and 1 other

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About Marie-Anne Boudreault / Boudrot

Corrects made to this profile

1- She was known by Anne. It was common for girls to have as a first name Marie but their given name was typically their second or third or last their given names. To avoid confusion, her first name was changed to Marie Anne

2- Women living under the French Civil Code do not adopt their husband's names when they marry. There is a difference between a title and a legal name. In Anne's case, she might have been called socially Mme. Arsenault but her name was still Marie Anne Broudrot. All legal documents (i.e baptismal records, marriage records, notary records, burial records), she would have been listed Anne Broudrot. Anne Arsenault married to Pierre Arsenault is incorrect.

3- The spelling of her last name varies. Boudrot is used by Bona Arsenault in the bible of Acadian genealogy. The two variations of the name sound the same, in French.

4- The spelling of the place names has been changed to the French. The British called the area Nova Scotia but the area was under French rule at the time.

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Marie-Anne Boudreault / Boudrot's Timeline

1677
1677
Beaubassin, (Present Cumberland County), Acadia (Present Nova Scotia)
1696
1696
Age 19
Beaubassin Arcadie, Nova Scotia
1698
1698
Age 21
Beaubassin Arcadie, Nova Scotia
1702
September 1702
Age 25
Malpeque, Ile St Jean, New Brunswick, Canada
1704
1704
Age 27
Acadia
1708
1708
Age 31
Canada
1710
1710
Age 33
Beaubassin, Cumberland, New Brunswick, Canada
1712
1712
Age 35
Canada
1716
1716
Age 39
Canada
1717
1717
Age 40
New Brunswick, Canada