Jacques HEBERRT, pere, his wife and 2 children
Jacques HEBERT, fils, his wife and 10 children
Jean HEBERT, his wife and 1 child
Paul ARSENEAU, his wife and 9 children
Jean ARSENEAU, his brother and 2 sisters
Le Vieu Joseph HEBERT, his wife and 1 child
Jean HEBERT and his wife
Francois HEBERT, his wife and 5 children
Ambroise MELANCON, his wife and 7 children
Jean POTIER, his wife and 7 children
Le Vieu Pierre HEBERT, widower with 1 child
Paul HEBERT, his wife and 1 child
Jean HEBERT, pere, his wife and 6 children
Jean HEBERT, fils, and his wife
Paul DOUARON, his wife and 1 child
Pierre HEBERT, his wife and 9 children
Pierre SIRE, his wife and 5 children
Francois HEBERT, his wife and 7 children
Jean BABIN, his wife and 2 children
Paul TERRIOT, his wife and 6 children
I am grateful to Joe Crochet who provided the above-noted information for the… “In Search of Our Acadian Roots” CD-ROM ©1994 (now available in Windows Version).
Secondary Source #1: On April 22, 2003 I received the following e-mail from Joe O’Byrne. “Hello my name is Joe O’Byrne. I live in Beaubassin and my family has always lived here since 1672. I am writing about the refugee list you have published stating it was from 1732. What were these people refugees from in 1732 ?? The refugee list is from 1751 and was compiled at Pointe Beaujesour. I have a photo copy of the original which is kept at the Colonial archives in Paris France.” .
Secondary Source #2: Microfilm C-2572 of the National Archives of Canada [Note: According to Stephen A. White, this in fact is the misfiled copy of the 1750/1751 Census.
* with corrections by Yvon Cyr