Acadian Genealogy - Pubnico Area
- Duon name changed to d'Eon
- The First Duon in Acadia at Port Royal- Jean Baptiste Duon
- Decendants of Mathieu Duon - 7 Generations (This is an RTF file and can be easily read by Windows95/98's WordPad and many word processors.)
Ancestor of all? the Duon, now D'Eon and Duhon, of North America, and the DeYoung and Duyon of Pomquet.
- Decendants of Abel Duon - 6 Generations (an RTF file)
Abel Duon settled in West Pubnico 1n 1767 after having been deported to Massachusetts in 1756, from the Barrington Bay area of Shelburne County, Nova Scotia. His decendants had their names changed to d'Eon/D'Eon during the late 1800's.
- Decendants of Pierre Duon (an RTF file)
Pierre Duon b. 28-MAR-1720, Port Royal, baptized 30 Mar 1720, m. (1) 15 Nov 1745, in Grand Pré (or Port Royal), Angélique Aucoin, (daughter of Martin Aucoin and Cathérine Thériot) d. Before 1757, m. (2) Abt 1757, in Bristol, England, Marguerite Aucoin, b. c.1728, (daughter of Joseph Aucoin and Anne Trahan) m. (3) Catherine Theriot. He was on the passenger list of the "Southampton" (or a ship from Southampton, England) bound for France in 1763. He also was on the list of arrivals at St. Malo, France in 1763, aged 40 [sic] years. He was still at St. Malo in 1772, aged 49 [sic] years, from where he returned to Nova Scotia (with Broussard, Doiron, Lamarre, and Vincent), settling in Pomquet. He would be the ancestor of the DeYoung and Duyon of the Pomquet area. His age at his first marriage on 15 Nov, 1745, listed as 21 years old.
- Decendants of Jean Duon - 5 Generations (an RTF file)
The area of West Pubnico where I grew up was referred to as "les Jean Duons". The homestead of Jean Duon was across the road from my parents house in Middle West Pubnico. A number of his children built their houses in the immediate area near their father's. There was a hill of glacial deposit next the our house known locally as "la Butte des Jean Duons". Jean Duon had built his house on the eastern slope of this hill, overlooking Pubnico Harbour. The part of the hill on our side of the main road was bulldozed and carted away in the early 1960's.
- Decendants of Guyon Turgis - 8 Generations (an RTF file)
Grandfather of Charles de LaTour and ancestor of most of the D'Eon and d'Entremont of Nova Scotia.
- Decendants of Sieur Philippe Mius d'Entremont - 7 Generations (an RTF file)
Sieur Philippe Mius-d'Entremont, ancestor to all? the d'Entremont, Muise, Meuse, and most of the D'Eon of North America.
- Decendants of Jacques I de Pobomcoup MIUS d'ENTREMONT - 7 Generations (an RTF file)
- Decendants of Benoni d'Entremont - 6 Generations (an RTF file)
Benoni d'Entremont settled in West Pubnico 1n 1767 after having been deported to Massachusetts in 1756, from the Barrington Bay area of Shelburne County, Nova Scotia.
- Decendants of Noël Surette - 9 Generations (an RTF file)
Ancestor of all? the Surette of North America.
- TED'S PEDIGREE CHARTS
- The research center "Les archives Père Clarence d'Entremont" is located in West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, on the second floor of the Acadian Museum annex. The center houses primarily the private collection of local historian Father Clarence d'Entremont, as well as other collections. Father Clarence d'Entremont's extensive Acadian genealogical collection and archive is world class and envied by several universities. It is a MUST destination point if you are searching your Acadian Roots.
- Le Centre de recherche "Les archives Père Clarence d'Etremont" situé a Pubnico-Ouest, au deuxième étage de l'annexe du Musée acadien. Le centre à récament obtenue la collection privée du Père Clarence d'Entremont (historien des Acadiens). Le centre de recherche à dans sa collection plus de 2,000 livres de bibliothèque (historique et généalogique), plusieurs documents originaux (certaines datant du 17e siècle), microfilms, photographes, registres d'Église, etc.
- STORIES BY REV. CLARENCE J. d'ENTREMONT
- History of the Acadians in Walpole, Massachusetts - Rev. Clarence J. d'Entremont
- Duhon, d'Eon (Duon) Family Beginnings in Acadia - Chapter One - From France to Acadia then France, England, etc.
- Duhon, d'Eon (Duon) Family Beginnings in Acadia - Chapter Two - Finally in Louisiana
- ACADIAN SPIRIT: The Legacy of Philippe d'Entremont
- Acadian Genealogy Homepage - Yvon Cyr
- Descendants of Stephen Hopkins - 14 Generations
from the Mayflower to D'Eon of West Pubnico
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