I am looking for info for the following family. I have some vauge info. but would like to fill out some more details. The following Gen report is some of the info. I have.
Descendants of Charles Doiron
Generation No. 1
1. CHARLES DOIRON was born in France.
Child of CHARLES DOIRON is:
2. i. LOUIS2 DOIRON, b. France.
Generation No. 2
2. LOUIS DOIRON (CHARLES1) was born in France. He married MARGUERITE BARRIEAU in France.
Child of LOUIS DOIRON and MARGUERITE BARRIEAU is:
3. i. ALEXIS3 DOIRON, b. June 29, 1723.
Generation No. 3
3. ALEXIS DOIRON (LOUIS2, CHARLES1) was born June 29, 1723. He married (1) MARGUERITE THIBADEAU September 12, 1743 in Acadia, Canada. He married (2) MADELAINE BOURG July 20, 1758, daughter of FRANCOI BOURG and MARGUERITE HEBERT.
More About ALEXIS DOIRON:
Residence: 1752, Orwell Cove
Marriage Notes for ALEXIS DOIRON and MADELAINE BOURG:
In Nov. of 1758 they were transported to France where children Jean, Madelaine and Marie-Rose were born. The family returned to P.E.I. and settled in Rustico, were children Joseph, Francoi-Xavier, Elie & Pierre were born.
Children of ALEXIS DOIRON and MARGUERITE THIBADEAU are: i. ALEXIS-GREGOIRE4 DOIRON, b. April 15, 1744. ii. JOSEPH DOIRON, b. November 21, 1746. iii. THEODORE DOIRON, b. 1752.
Children of ALEXIS DOIRON and MADELAINE BOURG are: iv. ELIE DOIRON, b. Rustico, P.E.I. v. FRANCOI-XAVIER DOIRON, b. Rustico, P.E.I. vi. JOSEPH DOIRON, b. Rustico, P.E.I. vii. PIERRE DOIRON, b. Rustico, P.E.I. viii. JEAN-CHARLES DOIRON, b. 1760, France. ix. MADELAINE DOIRON, b. 1763, France. x. MARIE-ROSE DOIRON, b. 1765, France.
Generation No. 4
4. ELIE DOIRON (ALEXIS3, LOUIS2, CHARLES1) was born in Rustico, P.E.I. He married SUZANNE GALLANT.
Children of ELIE DOIRON and SUZANNE GALLANT are:
i. JEROME5 DOIRON, m. EDESSE MARTIN. ii. BARBARA DOIRON. iii. SYLVESTER DOIRON. iv. SYLVAIN DOIRON. v. ALEXIS DOIRON. vi. MARIE DOIRON. vii. LAURENT DOIRON. viii. MODESTE DOIRON.
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