J’ai eu quelques échanges par courriel avec Mme June Barry. Mme Barry a trouvé le livre de Roland Barrière sur mon site et cherchait à s’en procurer une copie papier. Elle m’a expliqué que son mari descendait d’un Barrière qui avait modifié son nom pour Barry. Elle mène ces recherches pour ses enfants, descendants de Barrière. Elle m’a envoyé quelques photos et accepte de les voir ici publiées.
Voici quelques extraits de nos échanges.
This was sent to my Barry/Barriere family last week.
PEDIGREE OF DONOVAN BARRY THROUGH CELESTE LOISELL, HIS 4TH GREAT GRANDMOTHER
We all have 286,084 – 16th greatgrandparents. I found 2 sets for my great grandchildren. The number of “great”s is the number of generations minus 2 (your parents and grandparent’s generation)
Pierre Charron (1475-Oct 1543) = unknown
b in Meax, France – merchant fuller, maker of felt fabrics – father of 5 children
Jehan Gillet = Catherine Garnier
both born in France. Parents of Catherine Gillet (see below)
15th great grandparents
Gilles Charron (1500-1581) = Catherine Gillet (1520-73 age 53)
Married in 1545 in Meax, France. Both born in Meax. She is the mother of 5 of his children.
Etienne Desguez = unknown
Father of Faronne Deaguez (see below)
Estienne Charron (1545-Oct 1610) = Faronne Desguez (1550-) – second wife
Both born in Meax, France and married there in 1575. He was a merchant fuller maker of felt fabrics
Jean Babault = Perrette Riviere
Parents of Madeline Babautlt (see below)
Gilles Charron (1580-) = Madeline Babault (April 1588-1637 age 48)
Both born in Meax, France and married there on June 3, 1613.
Pierre Martin (1690-) = Marguerite Gilbert (1632-)
Parents of Judith Martin (see below)
Pierre Charron (1610-45) = Judith Martin (1611-52)
Both were born in Champagne France and married there in 1635
Pierre Pillat (1625-) = Marquerite Moulinet (1627-)
Parents of Catherine Pillet (see below)
THE CHARRON’S FIRST FRENCH CANADIAN ANCESTORS
Pierre Nicholas Charron (1635-Dec 25, 1700 age 65) = Catherine Pillat (1665-1717 age 71)
He was born in Meax France. Questions about her birth (see below) . A FOUNDING MOTHER OF QUEBEC – A KING’S DAUGHTER. He was a master leather dresser. They were married on October 19, 1665 in Montreal Canada. He was 25 and she 19. They had 12 children.
Francois dit Larose Chagnon (1640-93 age 53) = Catherine Charron (1666-1746 age 80)
He was born in St George France and she in Montreal Canada. They were married on July 23, 1679 in Contrecoeur Canada. They both died in Vercheres Canada
Francois dit Livernos Benoit (1676?) = Angelique Chagnon (1667-1773 age86)
Both born in Vercheres Canada and married in lie Bouchard Canada on February 7, 1710
Jean Baptiste Tetrealt (1714-52) = Angelique Livernos Benoit (1713-1804) age 91)
7th great grandparents
Jean Baptiste dit Ducharme Tetreault (1736-1809) = Marie Josephe dit Larourslere Rivard (1730-1809 age 79) Married in Jan 1575 in St Charles Richelieu Quebec
Prudent Loiselle (April 1757-) = Marie Louise Tetreault (1760-)
They were married on July 9, 1776 in Saint Charles Richelieu Canada
5th great grandparents
Antoine Sinot Loiselle (1793-1848) = Euphrasy (Mace) Masse (b-1787)
Married in 1812 in Saint Mathias Canada
4th great grandparents
Moise Barriere (1820-1900) = Celeste Loisell (1826-)
3rd great grandparents
Wilfred Hormidas Barriere = Albina Rivet
2nd great grandparents
Thomas Ovila Romeo Barriere = Grace Barry
Wilfred O Barry = June Wonecke
Thomas Joseph Barry = Nanci Sellheim
Adam Barry = Jennifer Mrazek
Donovan Barry b 2005
CATHERINE PILLAT -11TH GREAT GRANDMOTHER
Of Alqonquian-Siberian origin born in France about 1651?
Based on the sound genealogical and scientific DNA evidence presented here, what can be reasonably deduced about the maternal lineage of Catherine Pillard?
The traditional belief regarding the origins of Catherine Pillard is that she was born in La Rochelle, France, immigrated to Quebec around 1663 as a “King’s daughter”, and later married Pierre Charron. Pierre and Catherine had twelve children from their marriage. Their descendants today include all the authors of this study.
The proven lineages of two of the tested individuals converge into the historical person Catherine Pillard, who lived, married and raised her large family in 1660s Nouvelle-France. Despite the existence of records of Catherine originating from France, the experts testimonies cited in this article prove it would have been impossible for her mother to be of European origin. The mtDNA evidence proves to be a rare form of Siberian haplogroup that match the Algonquian haplogroup or that of other northeastern natives of North America.
The entire article about the research is here: http://www.geninfo.org/Pillard/Pillard.html
If interested, you can print it out before it is zapped.
THE BARRIERE (BARRY) WOMEN CAN JOIN THE SOCIETY OF THE KING’S DAUGHTERS
Full membership is for direct descendants of a King’s Daughter and/or a soldier of the Carignan Regiment. – You are a descendant of Jean dit Baisset Bessette and 2 King’s Daughter, Anne Seigneur, Mary Catherine Pillat and Pierre Nicholas Charron.
The purpose of La Société des Filles du roi et soldats du Carignan is to honor the memory of our courageous ancestors, the filles du roi (King’s Daughters) and the soldiers of the Carignan-Salières Regiment of 17th century New France.