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Joseph Babineau and Sophie Nowak
Note: This family is related to California Settelers thru marriage.
Joseph Cyrille Babineau|
b. 4 Apr 1919, Chicopee, MA
d. 11 Nov 2012, Springfield MA
(Francois) Edmond Babineau
b. 17 Mar 1889* in St Louis
m. 1916, Rumford Maine
d. 1974, Springfield MA
b. 1853, St. Louis, New Brunswick, Canada
d. 1926, Chicopee, MA
Marie Martle (Martin)
Mary M Desroches
b. 1 Jan 1886, Tignish, Prince Edward Island, Canada
d. 1972, Springfield, MA
Sophie Nellie Nowak
b. 1917, Chicopee, MA
d. 1997, Chicopee, MA
b. 1891, Poland
b. 1896, Poland
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Nicholas Babineau came from France to Southern Acadia North America between 1665 & 1685 (Sources disagree. See below).
Acadia was a French colony in North America which covered todays Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, part of New Brunswick and Quebec Canada and Maine
The French were expelled from the southern area by the British in 1755. The Babineau's moved to Richibouctou Village near St. Louis and ended up in St. Louis de Kent, before moving to Massachusetts in the early 1900's.
33% of the people in New Brunswick today speak French and English,. 9% speak French only.
There were other Cyrille and Edmond Babineaus in Kent Parish, but it looks like the ones in St. Louis, Kent County are part of this line.
New Mills is where Arthur Joseph Babineau McBride's McBride ancestors lived after they left Scotland in 1851. Thomas left for California in 1870. Donald died in New Mills in 1879.
11 Nicolas Babineau b. 1653-1660 France; d. 11 Apr 1719 Parents: Joseph Antoine Babineaux (b. abt 1630 Soudan, Loire-Atlantique, Pays de la Loire, France, d. abt 1686 - Acadia, New France) Louise Bourdages (b. 1635 Soudan, Deux-Sèvres, Poitou-Charentes, France, d 1660 New France, Antigonish, Nova Scotia Joseph Moved to Acadia between 1665 & 1685 See below +Marie Marguerite Granger b. 1668 Plymouth, England m. 1687 Parents: Laurent Granger, Plymouth England Marie Landry, Acadia Nova Scotia 10 Jean-Pierre (Baptiste) Babineau b 10 Feb 1709 d. 1790 +Isabelle Breaux m. 1729 First settled at the bend (near Moncton) near 1733 9 Dominique Babineau b. 28 May 1753, Petitcoudiac, Acadia d. 1813 Richibouctou Village +Rosalie Gadereau 8 Joseph Babineau b. Jan 1780 +Nathalie LeBlanc Augustin, IN Prosperous Farming family in St. Louis De Kent 7 Louis Babineau b. 28 Sep 1826 +Adelaide Thibodeau 6 Cyrille Babineau b. 1853 St. Louis NB d. 1926, Chicopee, MA He lived in Rumford and Aldenville ME before moving to Mass. +Marie Martin b. 1846 5 Edmond Babineau b. 17 Mar 1889 (or 1886)St. Louis NB d. 1974, Springfield MA Edmond talked about his love for digging clams and catching trout in Twiddy Brook near his home. Moved to Ticonderoga, NY before moving to Massachusetts. He was known to have made violins in his spare time. +Mary Desrouches b. 1 Jan 1886 Tignish PEI m. 1916 Rumford Maine. 4 Joseph Cyrille Babineau b. 4 Apr 1919 Chicopee, Mass. d. 2012, Springfield MA +Sophie Nowak b. 1917 Chicopee MA m. 1945 ChicopeeNumbers are generations back<.a> from people born around 2020-2050
|Move to Arcadia||1685||1665 *|
|Move to Port Royal||1701|
Around 1687, Nicolas married Marie-Marguerite Granger, daughter of Laurent Granger and Marie Landry. Between about 1689 and 1709, Nicolas and Marie-Marguerite had six children: René (dit Renaud), Geneviève, Clément, Joseph (dit Deslauriers), Marie, and Jean (Jean-Pierre dit Deslauriers).
They lived in Pentagouët where they were listed in the 1693 Acadian Census, which is now part of the USA at Penobscot, Maine.
Nicolas moved to Port Royal Nova Scotia in 1701 for reasons unknown, when he purchased a homestead on the Dauphin (Annapolis).
A shield commemorating Nicolas and his Wife.
Lauriers (Deslauriers was what Nicholas was called) translates to laurel.
Marguerite (The Christian name of Nicholas' wife) translates to daisy.
The top portion depicts the National flag of the Acardians.
See the story from the Canadian Heraldic Authority.
Source: Nicolas Babineau (abt.1653-1723) | WikiTree FREE Family Tree
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