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I am a descendant of Guillaume Trahan, an Acadian, who was a passenger on the ship, called the St. Jehan, that sailed for Acadia April 1, 1636. The surnames are:Cyr (Sire),Bourgeois, Melanson, Tardif (Le Tardif), Aucouturier, Gendreau,Clavette, Ouabard, Langlais, and Pelletier. Most of these families settled in Nova Scotia, Quebec Province, and Aroostook County, Maine. I am especially interested in any information prior to their arrival from France.
The Langlais-Seavey Family Home Page
Updated September 5, 2000

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Elaine M. Seavey
Rt. 2 Box 54D
Seminole, Oklahoma 74868
United States
405-382-2724
elaineseavey@netscape.net


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