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Vincent Braud / Brault / Breau / Breault / Breaux / Brod

French: Vincent Brault
Also Known As: "Vincent Braud", "Vincent Brault", "Vincent Breau", "Vincent Breault", "Vincent Breaux", "Vincent Brod"
Birthdate: (57)
Birthplace: La Chausee, Loudon, Vienne, France
Death: Died in Port-Royal, Acadie
Place of Burial: Port-Royal, Acadie
Immediate Family:

Son of (No Name) and (No Name)
Husband of Marie Bourg
Father of Marie-Marguerite Breau dite Vincelotte; Antoine Breau; Pierre Breau; Marie-Anne Breau; François Breau and 7 others
Brother of Renée Breault

Occupation: Laboureur
Managed by: James Fred Patin, Jr.
Last Updated:

About Vincent Brault

Biography According to Stephen White[1], Vincent Breau was born around 1631 and his origins are unknown. Another theory is that he was part of the Brault family who were on Governor d'Aulnay's seigneury in La Chausée France.[2] Around 1661, we find Vincent in Acadia, when he married Marie Bourg, daughter of Antoine Bourg and Antoinette Landry. Between around 1662 and 1685, the couple had 12 children: Marie (dit Vincelotte), Antoine, Marguerite, Pierre, son unknown, Anne, François, Jean, Marie, Jeanne, René, and Elisabeth. At the time of the first Acadian Census in 1671[3], the family was living in Port-Royal, Acadia (Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada). Forty year old Vincent and 26 year old Marie were living with their four children. Four arpents[4] of their land was cultivated and they had 9 cattle and 7 sheep. Their homestead was situated on the north bank of the Dauphin (Annapolis River) to the east of the Belleisle Marsh.[1][5] Sadly, Vincent died in his 50s sometime before 1686, leaving his widow to care for the children aged 2 months to 22 years. Timeline c1631 Birth, in France 1632 Treaty Saint-Germain-en-Laye cedes Acadia to France; Razilly brings ~300 elite men[6] 1636 D'Aulnay brings the first French families to settle permanently[2][7] 1654 British capture Port-Royal; French settlement ceases[8] c1661 Marriage to Marie Bourg, in Acadia c1662 Birth of daughter, Marie (dit Vincelotte) c1666 Birth of son, Antoine c1668 Birth of daughter Marguerite 1667-70 Treaty of Breda cedes Acadia to the French; settlement resumes[9] c1670 Birth of son Pierre 1671 Residence, Port-Royal c1671 Birth of son unidentified c1673 Birth of daughter Anne c1674 Birth of son François c1678 Birth of son Jean 1678 Residence, Port-Royal c1680 Birth of daughter Marie c1684 Birth of daughter Jeanne c1685 Birth of son René c1685 Birth of daughter Elisabeth b1686 Death Sources "A Breau Genealogy" Compiled by Clarence T. Breaux and Robert Brault, Second Edition 2004, pg. 1 1671 Acadian Census at Port Royal: Vincent BROT, 40, wife Marie BOURG 26; Children: Marie 9, Antoine 5, Marguerite 3, Pierre 1; cattle 9, sheep 7. 1678 Acadian Census at Port Royal:Vincelot Beraud Marie Bourg 3 acres 5 cattle 4 boys: age 12- born 1666; 9-1669; 7-1671; 4-1674; and 2 girls: 11- 1667; 8-1670. 1686 Acadian Census at Port Royal: Note, the family appears twice in the census Marie BOURC/BOURG, widow of Vincent BREAU, 50; children: Antoine 22, Marguerite 18, Pierre 16, Anne 14, Francois 12. Jean 11, Marie 9, Jeanne 6, Rene 3, Susanne 2 months; 3 arpents, 6 cattle, 4 sheep, 6 hogs. Marie BOURC/BOURG (widow of Vincent BROT/BREAU) 41; children: Antoine 20, Marguerite 18, Pierre 16, Anne 17, Francoise 11, Jeanne 9, Marie 7, jeanne 5, Rene 3, Isabelle 5 months; 4 arpents, 10 cattle, 5 sheep, 5 hogs. White, Stephen A., Patrice Gallant, and Hector-J Hébert. Dictionnaire Généalogique Des Familles Acadiennes. Moncton, N.-B.: Centre D'études Acadiennes, Université De Moncton, 1999, Print, p270.

Note Note: Vincent * BROT (rec. 1671) / BRAULT (index). · Pionnier, en Acadie. · Immigration: Vers 1652 Acadie. · Acadie, rec. de 1671: Vincent BROT (40 ans), et sa femme Marie BOURG (*), et 4 enfants: Antoine (5 ans), Pierre (1 an), et 2 filles. Le couple 9 bêtes à cornes, et 7 brebis. · A Port-Royal, rec. de 1686: Marie BOURC (50 ans, veuve de Vincent BREAU), 50 ans. 10 Enfants: Antoine 22, Marguerite 18, Pierre 16, Anne 14, Francois 12. Jean 11, Marie 9, Jeanne 6, René 3, Susanne 2 mois; 3 arpents de terre cultivées, 6 bêtes à cornes, 4 moutons, 2 porcs.) Sources: · personne: · naissance: GenCircles, by Linda Harrison. · baptême: Saint-Jean-de-Sauves (Saint-Clément). · décès: (avant rec.début-1686 = Suzanne: 2 mois@@1686). · mariage: v

The family of Vincent BRAULT and Marie BOURG

[86123] BRAULT, Vincent (..), ploughman (laboureur), born about 1631 (rec. 1671), died between 1684-11 and 1686-01

  • married about 1661, from Port-Royal ? (Acadie)

BOURG, Marie (Antoine & Antoinette LANDRY [46444]), born about 1645 (rec. 1671, rec. 1686, rec. 1693, rec. 1698) or 1644 (rec. 1699), buried 1730-09-19 Port-Royal (Acadie)

1) Antoine, married about 1687 Marguerite BABIN

2) Élisabeth, married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1710-11-24 Marcel SAULNIER

3) François, married before census 1703 Marie COMEAU

4) Jean, married about 1700 Anne CHIASSON dit LAVALLÉE

5) Jeanne, married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1714-05-23 Jean LEBERT dit JOLICOEUR

6) Marie1, married about 1678 Germain SAVOIE

7) Marie2, buried 1742-12-20 Saint-François-de-la-Rivière-du-Sud (Qc), married before census 1714 Abraham GAUDET

8) Pierre, born about 1670 (rec. 1671, rec. 1686), 1671 (rec. 1693) or 1672 (rec. 1699) Port-Royal (Acadie), died 1758-04-25 Braintree (Massachusetts), USA, married about 1694 Marie Josèphe BOURGEOIS, married about 1705 Anne LEBLANC

9) René, married Port-Royal (Acadie) 1715-12-18 Marie HÉBERT

Bibliographie : Dictionnaire généalogique des familles acadiennes (White); Dictionnaire des Acadiens d'Archange Godbout; Acadian Church Records;

On page 20 of "A Breaux Family History" Gerald P. Breaux wrote: "Vincent Brault was born in 1631 in France and was from LaChaussee, region of Loudun, department of Vienne. He arrived in Acadia in the year 1652, as a single man approximately 21 years old. Vincent was destined to become the 'Adam' of the entire Acadian line of descent bearing his name and it's later derivatives. All family branches - regardless of name spelling - converge upon this one man, since he was the only male member of the family to settle in Acadia and produce descendants.

At about age 30, Vincent Brault married a 16-year old native Acadian girl, Marie Bourg, and raised a family of 11 children, consisting of 5 boys and 6 girls....Marie was the eldest daughter of Antoine Bourg and Antoinette Landry, who were among the earliest settlers, arriving in Acadia as newly-weds in 1636. They also originated from the same place in France as Vincent Brault.... Thus, it appears that these early settlers were closely related and associated even before their arrival in Acadia.

The family of Vincent Brault and Marie Bourg was raised in Port Royal, Acadia. The spelling of the name was apparently modified to Brot - perhaps to signify a new beginning in a new land.This new land presented an environment that was distinctly different from Vincent's homeland in France." -- Norma (Aubey) Lewis

Vincent Breaux Immigrated from France to Quebec, Canada in 1647, this according to "Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500's-1900's"

Vincent Breaux Married Marie Brough in 1661, this according to the "US and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900's"

Event: Name Variations Vincelotte, Vincelate, Brault, Beault, Breaux, Brot, Barault, Beraut, Berault

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Vincent Brault's Timeline

May 28, 1629
La Chausee, Loudon, Vienne, France
May 28, 1629
Age 32
Port Royal, Acadia
Age 36
New Brunswick, Canada
Age 40
Port-Royal (Acadie), Nova Scotia, Canada
Age 42