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Genealogy of the King-McCluskey and Gardner-LeBlanc Families

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351 Ancestry's 1921 Census of Dartmouth records Alex King Head Married age 46 born Newfoundland Ship Master residing with his mother Elizabeth Married age 66 born Newfoundland, 2 brothers, and 2 children - Percy W age 14 born Nova Scotia and Florence L age 16 born Nova Scotia. Alexander's wife Sarah (Crewe) King is not recorded. Alex King is recorded as "Married" rather than as "Widowed" or "Divorced".

Ancestry's Manitoba, Death Index, 1881- 1943 records the death of Alexander Alfred King on November 17 1932 in Churchill, Manitoba. Alexander Alfred King is 57 years old and born December 12 1874. He is a strong candidate to be the husband of Sarah Crewe, but no other information is provided to confirm he is Sarah Crewe's husband. 
KING, Alexander Alfred (I4896)
 
352 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 records baptisms for the following sons of Élie Martel and Henriette Deveau in Arichat:

1. Joseph Alfred "le meme jour" on August 24 1861 (Arichat Baptemes 1854-1861 Image 140 of 146)
2. Simon Elie "ne la veille" on July 26 1863 (Arichat Baptemes 1862-1909 Image 17 of 321)

The 1871 Census of Petit de Grat records Elias Martell age 45 Seaman, wife Harriet age 35, Alfred age 10, and Simon age 8; all born NS.

Despite the slight variations in forenames, it is reasonable to conclude this is the family of Étienne Martel and Henriette deVaux. 
MARTEL, Étienne (I193)
 
353 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 records the marriage of Michel Fougere, son of "defunt" Michel Fougere and Ester Petitpas, and Barbe Fougere, daughter of "defunte" Joseph Fougere and Adelaide Foret with dispensation for "troisieme degre" on January 16 1843 in Arichat.

Is Esther Petitpas married to Michel Fougère Senior or Michel Fougère Junior as recorded in the 1813 Militia Roll for Barre a Echoue and Petit de Grat?

Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 records the death of Michel Fougere age 88, widower of Barthe Fougere, on January 12 1879 in Arichat (Arichat Sepultures 1862-1951 Image 45 of 222). So Michel Fougère, husband of Barthe Fougère, was born about 1790 and so is the Michel Fougère Junior age 18 in the 1813 Militia Roll for Barre a Echoue and Petit de Grat.

This confirms Esther Petitpas is the wife of Michel Fougère Senior age 48 in the 1813 Militia Roll for Barre a Echoue and Petit de Grat. 
PETITPAS, Esther (I5694)
 
354 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1670-1946 records the marriage of Sifroy Boudreau, "fils majeure" of Frederic Boudreau and Marie Lenoir, and Marine LeBlanc, "fille majeure" of "defunt" Simon LeBlanc and Susanne Giroir, with "dispense … du troisième degre déparente" on February 8 1847 in Arichat.

Sifroy Boudrot's great grandparents (i.e. third degree) are Louis dit Louison Boudrot and Barbe Fougère, René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard, Jean Lenoir and Barbe André, and Claude dit Glodiche Poirier and Marguerite Cyr.

Susanne Girouard's parents are not known. The third degree consanguinity dispensation does not arise from Susanne Girouard's father (as Sifroy Boudrot has no Girouard great grandfather), but may arise from Susanne Girouard's mother.

Simon LeBlanc's parents are not known. The third degree consanguinity dispensation may arise from either Simon LeBlanc's father or mother. Sifroy Boudrot has LeBlanc great grandparents of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard. Possibly, Simon LeBlanc is the grandson of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard. If so, Simon LeBlanc is the son of one of the sons of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard; namely Mathurin, Hyacinthe dit Elias, or Gaetan. If so, Simon LeBlanc, husband of Susanne Girouard, was previously married as all Simon's; sons of Mathurin, Hyacinthe dit Elias, and Gaetan; are already known to have married.

Note the following:

1. Simon LeBlanc, husband of Susanne Girouard, died before February 1847 based on the marriage of Mathurin LeBlanc, "fils majeure de defunt" Simon LeBlanc and Susanne Giroir, and Jeanne Marie Adele Briand, daughter of Louis Briand and Marie Françoise Coste, on February 1 1847 in Arichat
2. Simon LeBlanc and Susanne Girouard married before about 1825 which is the approximate year of birth of their first know child Mathurin
3. Susanne Girouard, wife of Simon LeBlanc, died in 1889

Simon LeBlanc, son of Hyacinthe dit Elias, is recorded as Widowed in the 1871 Census. Simon LeBlanc, husband of Susanne Girouard, can not be Simon LeBlanc, son of Hyacinthe dit Elias.

Simon LeBlanc, son of Gaetan, died on January 8 1897 in West Arichat. Simon LeBlanc, husband of Susanne Girouard, can not be Simon LeBlanc, son of Gaetan.

This leaves Mathurin LeBlanc's son Simon LeBlanc as the only remaining candidate of the sons of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard. Little is known about Simon LeBlanc, son of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère. This Simon LeBlanc married Marguerite Babin after the 1813 Militia Roll and before the birth of their daughter Caroline about 1816. He died after February 14 1823 on which he signed a letter refusing executorship for his father Mathurin LeBlanc's Estate.

None of the other known Simon LeBlanc's in Richmond County in the early to mid 1800's can be Simon LeBlanc, husband of Susanne Girouard. These other known Simon LeBlanc's are (in year of birth order):

1. born 1766 husband of Marguerite Boudrot: This Simon LeBlanc died after September 1842. Marguerite Boudrot's date of death is not known. As this Simon LeBlanc was born in 1766, he was about 35 years older than Susanne Girouard, and 59 years old when Mathurin, first known child of Simon LeBlanc and Susanne Girouard, was born. It is not reasonable to believe this Simon LeBlanc married Susanne Girouard.

2. born about 1795 husband of Anne Boudrot: This Simon LeBlanc died in 1881, and his wife Anne Boudrot in 1867. This Simon LeBlanc could not have married Susanne Girouard.

3. born about 1805 husband of Rufine Bourque: This Simon LeBlanc died in 1883, and his wife Rufine Bourque in 1900. This Simon LeBlanc could not have married Susanne Girouard.

4. about 1808 husband of Angélique Forest: This Simon LeBlanc died in 1871, and his wife Angélique Forest in 1900. This Simon LeBlanc could not have married Susanne Girouard.

Of course, Simon LeBlanc, husband of Susanne Girouard, may be the son of an as yet unidentified LeBlanc.

Assuming Susanne Girouard was born in Richmond County, her birth about 1801 indicates she should be in the 1811 Census as a Female under 14. There are 4 Girouard families with at least 1 Female under 14 in 1811, namely:

1. Jean-Baptiste Girouard and Gertrude Landry. Jean-Baptiste Girouard is the son of Pierre Girouard and Cécile Detcheverry, and Gertrude Landry is daughter of Jean-Baptiste Landry and Marie-Josèphe LeBlanc. They do not cause a third degree consanguinity dispensation at the marriage of Sifroy Boudrot and Marine LeBlanc.

2. Paul Girouard and Marguerite Bégin. Paul Girouard is the son of Paul Girouard and Angélique Boucher. They do not cause a third degree consanguinity dispensation at the marriage of Sifroy Boudrot and Marine LeBlanc.

3. Ignace dit Jean Girouard and Modeste LeBlanc. Ignace dit Jean Girouard is the son of Pierre Girouard and Cécile Detcheverry, Marcel Walter Landry's Genealogie des Landry a travers le monde website records Marie Modeste LeBlanc, daughter of Alexandre LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot, as the wife of Ignace dit Jean Girouard. But no Sources are provided. If true, Ignace dit Jean Girouard and Modeste LeBlanc do not cause a third degree consanguinity dispensation at the marriage of Sifroy Boudrot and Marine LeBlanc.

4. Pierre Girouard and Bibianne Poirier. Pierre Girouard is the son of Pierre Girouard and Cécile Detcheverry. Marcel Walter Landry's Genealogie des Landry a travers le monde website records Bibianne Poirier, daughter of Michel Poirier and Judith Richard, as the wife of Peter Girouard. Bibianne Poirier died on June 24 1836 in ’D'Escousse. But no Sources are provided. If true, Pierre Girouard and Bibianne Poirier do not cause a third degree consanguinity dispensation at the marriage of Sifroy Boudrot and Marine LeBlanc.

See Notes for Susanne Girouard, wife of Simon LeBlanc, for further information. It seems more likely the third degree consanguinity dispensation at the marriage of Sifroy Boudrot and Marine LeBlanc is for René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard, and Simon LeBlanc, husband of Susanne Girouard, is the son of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère.

Simon LeBlanc and Susanne Girouard have a son Mathurin born about 1825 and a daughter Marine born about 1826. If Simon LeBlanc is alive for the 1838 Census, Simon LeBlanc and Susanne Girouard should be in the 1838 Census with at least 1 Male 6-14 and at least 1 Female 6-14.

There are only two Simon LeBlanc's recorded in the 1838 Census of Arichat Township, Richmond County with at least 1 Male 6-14 and at least 1 Female 6-14.

1. Simon LeBlanc & Wife Mariner with 1 Male 6-14, 1 Female 6-14, 2 Males over 14, and 1 Female over 14 for a total of 7 persons, residing in Arichat. This is the family of Simon LeBlanc and Anne Boudrot, both of whom are known to be alive for the 1838 Census. The enumeration is consistent with known children of Simon LeBlanc and Anne Boudrot; namely 1 Male 6-14 (Leander), 1 Female 6-14 (Adelina), and 2 Males over 14 (Simon and Elisé). There is an extra Female over 14.

2. Simon LeBlong and R Coaster with 2 Females under 6, 1 Male 6-14, and 1 Female 6-14 for a total of 6 persons, residing in ’D'Escousse. This is the family of Simon LeBlanc and Rufine Bourque, both of whom are known to be alive for the 1838 Census.

The other 3 Simon LeBlanc's in the 1838 Census of Arichat Township, Richmond County all reside in Little Arichat, and do not reside with at least 1 Male 6-14 and at least 1 Female 6-14.

This analysis of the Simon LeBlanc's in the 1838 Census of Arichat Township, Richmond County suggests Simon LeBlanc, husband of Susanne Girouard, may have died before the 1838 Census.

The 1838 Census of Arichat Township, Richmond County records one Susan LeBlong Widow and one Susan Girroir Widow, both enumerated in ’D'Escousse, namely:
1. Susan LeBlong Widow with 1 Male over 14 for a total of 2 persons
2. Susan Girroir Widow with 2 Females under 6 for a total of 3 persons

Neither are consistent with the known children of Simon LeBlanc and Susanne Girouard. 
LEBLANC, Simon (I5000)
 
355 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records baptisms for the following children of Charles LeBlanc and Zoe Marchand in Arichat:

1. Adele born August 22 1839
2. Remi born February 10 1841
3. Charles born July 1 1843
4. Dominique born June 18 1844
5. Julie born May 22 1846
6. Virgine born October 20 1849

Also recorded in Arichat is the marriage of Rémi LeBlanc, son of Charles LeBlanc and Zeze (sic) Marchand, and Gracieuse Bourke, daughter of Magloire Bourke and Domitille Richard, on January 21 1866.

The 1871 Census of Petit de Grat records Charles LeBlanc age 66 Fisherman Widowed, Jane age 39, Simon age 36 Fisherman, Addele age 29, Virginia age 21, Charles age 26, Gracious age 22 Widowed, Jantic (male) age 37, and Andrew age 11/12 born May.

The Birth Registration for Andrew LeBlanc born May 15 1870 in Arichat records his parents as Remi LeBlanc and Graciase Bourk.

The similarity of names and ages between the parish records and the 1871 Census confirm the Census entries are for the family of Charles LeBlanc and Zoe Marchand (who died before this Census). 
MARCHAND, Zoe (I5064)
 
356 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the burial of Charles LeBlanc age about 50 who died August 29 1849 in Arichat. Present at the burial are Thimothe Hureau and Victoire Boudreau. There is no record of Charles' wife or parents. (Arichat B-M-S 1841-1852 Image 164 of 220)

Possibly, this is the burial for Charles LeBlanc, son of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine.

The only Charles LeBlanc whose children are baptized in Arichat between 1839 and 1849 is the husband of Zoe Marchand.

The only Charles LeBlanc's whose children are married in Arichat between 1839 and 1861 are the husbands of Marguerite Cormier and Zoe Marchand.

Charles LeBlanc, husband of Marguerite Cormier, is the son of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère.

The 1871 Census of Petit de Grat records Charles LeBlanc age 66 Widower Fisherman with his children who include Addele age 29, Charles age 26, and Virginia age 21.

Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records baptisms for the following children of Charles LeBlanc and Zoe Marchand in Arichat:

1. Adele born August 22 1839 (Arichat B-M-S 1839-1840 Image 20 of 55)
2. Charles born July 1 1843 (Arichat B-M-S 1841-1852 Image 47 of 220)
3. Virgine born October 20 1849 (Arichat B-M-S 1841-1852 Image 166 of 220)

They correspond to three of the children residing with Charles LeBlanc age 66 Widower in the 1871 Census of Petit de Grat. Several other children of Charles LeBlanc age 66 Widower in this Census are born before 1839 and there are no existing Arichat Parish record of their baptisms. It is reasonable to conclude Charles LeBlanc age 66 Widower in the 1871 Census of Petit de Grat is the husband of Zoe Marchand. So, Zoe Marchand is not the wife of Charles Leblanc who died August 29 1849 in Arichat.

It's possible Charles LeBlanc who died August 29 1849 in Arichat never married, or he married and his wife died young. 
LEBLANC, Charles (I5065)
 
357 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the burial of Joseph Boucher age 91 Widower born Cap au Guet, son of Pierre Boucher and Dorothee Boudrot.

Joseph Boucher's implied year of birth is about 1789. The only Pierre Boucher in the 1811 Census of Isle Madame, River Bourgeois, and ’L'Ardoise having more than one Male 14 to 60 is Peter Bouche Senior in Arichat.

The 1813 Militia Roll for Arichat records a Joseph Bouche age 20 born Cape Breton immediately below Peter Boucher age 60. This Joseph Boucher's year of birth is about 1793.

It is reasonable to conclude the Joseph Boucher age 20 in the 1813 Militia Roll for Arichat is the son of Pierre Bouche Senior, and so this Pierre Boucher's wife is Dorothée Boudrot.

The Avery & Deslauriers website (in Rootsweb Family Trees) records Dorothée Boudrot as the daughter of Joseph Boudrot and Judith Fougère, as the wife of Pierre-François Boucher son of Honoré Boucher dit Villedieu and Marie-Anne Marres dit La Sonde, and as born February 6 1760 in Petit de Grat and baptized October 23 1771 in Petit de Grat. 
BOUDROT, Dorothée (I5327)
 
358 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the burial of Pierre Fougere "veuf de feue Helene LeBlanc, decede ’l'avant veille, age ’d'environ quatre vingt un ans" on February 18, 1859 in Arichat. This Pierre Fougère was born about 1777, and is a candidate to be the husband of Esther LeBlanc, despite the discrepancy in first names.

The 1813 Militia Roll for Barachoua records a Peter Forgere age 34 born Cape Breton, and so born about 1778-1779. He is the only Pierre Fougere or variant spelling in the 1813 Militia Roll for Isle Madame. He is a strong candidate to be Pierre Fougère who died in 1859 in Arichat. He resides with 1 Woman, no Boys, and 2 Girls.

The 1811 Census of Barre a Echoue (near Petit de Grat) records Peter Fougere whose residence consists of 1 Male 14-60 (i.e. Peter), 1 Female 14-60, 1 Male or Female Over 60, 2 Females Under 14, and 2 Unmarried Males and Females. As the 2 Females Under 14 are Unmarried, Peter Fougere likely resides with his wife and perhaps a widowed parent. He is the only Pierre Fougere or variant spelling in the 1811 Census of Isle Madame.

Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the marriage of Élisabeth Fougere, "fille majeure de Pierre Fougere et ’d'Esther Leblanc", and Honoré Martel, widower of Magdeleine Marchand, on November 18 1845 in Arichat.

Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics records the death of Elizabeth Martell age 50 Married born Rocky Bay, daughter of Peter and Esther Fougere, who died April 15 1875 in Rocky Bay.

Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the death of Élisabeth Martel, daughter of Peter Fougere and Esther LeBlanc, in April 1875 (day of death is unreadable, but is between the 9th and 19th) in Rocky Bay.

Thus, there was a marriage between a Pierre Fougere and an Esther LeBlanc. But there is no current documentary evidence as to their parents.

Consider the folllowing:

1. There is only one Pierre Fougere or variant spelling recorded in the 1811 Census and the 1813 Militia Rolls for Isle Madame.

2. The Pierre Fougere in the 1813 Militia Roll for Barachoua (age 34; born about 1778-1779) was born about the same year as the Pierre Fougere who died in February 1859 in Arichat (age 81; born about 1777).

3. The Nova Scotia Archives website records "Peter Fougere & Esther" in the 1838 Census of Little Antz, Petit DeGrat, Barachoua, Cocourie, and Cap a La Ronde in the County of Richmond, confirming the presence of a Pierre and Esther Fougere.

4. Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the marriage of Élisabeth Fougere, "fille majeure de Pierre Fougere et ’d'Esther Leblanc" in 1845 in Arichat, confirming Esther's maiden surname, and suggesting both Pierre Fougere and Esther LeBlanc were alive in 1845 as there is no "defunt" prior to either of their names.

Thus, it seems reasonable to conclude it is Pierre Fougère, husband of Esther LeBlanc, who died in 1859 in Arichat.

The 1811 Census of Barre a Echoue (near Petit de Grat) records Peter Fougere following Michel Fougere, Joseph Fougere, and John Fougere. The 1813 Militia Roll records Peter Forgere following Michel Forgere Sr, Michel Forgere Jr, and Joseph Forgere, and immediately before John Forgere.

Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the marriage of Frederic Monbourquet and Melanie Fougere on January 10 1842 in Arichat with dispensations "qu’'une parente du troisième degré et du troisième au quatrième".

Frédéric Mombourquette is the son of Anne Fougère (wife of Firmin Mombourquette) who is the daughter of Jean Fougère (husband of Marguerite Landry) who is the son of Jean Fougère and Marie-Madeleine Belliveau. So, Frédéric Mombourquette is the great grandson of Jean Fougère and Marie-Madeleine Belliveau.

Melanie Fougère is the daughter of Pierre Fougère (husband of Esther LeBlanc). It is reasonable to conclude Pierre Fougère, recorded in the 1811 Census of Barre a Echoue and the 181l Militia Roll for Barachoua, is the son of Michel Fougère Sr. This Michel Fougère Sr is the son of Jean Fougère and Marie-Madeleine Belliveau. So, Melanie Fougère is the great granddaughter of Jean Fougère and Marie-Madeleine Belliveau. This identifies the need for the dispensation "qu’'une parente du troisième degré" for the marriage of Frédéric Mombourquet and Melanie Fougère. 
FOUGÈRE, Pierre (I1560)
 
359 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the following marriages in Arichat:

1. Hubert Babin, "fils majeur de defunt Joseph Babin et de Magdeleine LeBlanc", and Marie Hureau, "fille majeure de defunt Jean Louis Hureau et ’d'Adelaide Vigneau" on November 4 1845

2. Frederic LeBlanc, "veuf majeur de 39 ans de Catherine Robinson", and Marie Hureau "veuve majeure de 25 1/2 ans de Hubert Babin" with a dispensation of second to third degree affinity and in the presence of "Daniel LeBlanc fils de ’l'epoux de William LeBlanc son neveu, Alexander Boudrault Napoleon Babin amis de ’l'epouse" on April 21 1851

There seems little possibility of a second to third degree affinity between Marie Hureau and Catherine Robinson, first wife of Frédéric LeBlanc. There is no Robinson family in the available 1811 Census of Richmond County or in the available 1813 Militia Rolls for Richmond County. There is a William Robertson age 20 born W[est] Indies Carpenter in River Bourgeois, but he resides with no Women, Boys, or Girls indicating he is not yet married.

It is reasonable to believe the dispensation of second to third degree affinity at the marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau applies between Frédéric LeBlanc and Hubert Babin, first husband of Marie Hureau and son of Joseph Babin and Madeleine LeBlanc.

Madeleine LeBlanc, wife of Joseph Babin, is the daughter of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère, and granddaughter of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard. This is likely the third degree affinity. If so, Frédéric LeBlanc is the son of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Anne Vincent (as Frédéric LeBlanc is born about 1811), or Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot. Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Gaetan LeBlanc are both sons of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard. This would be the second degree affinity.

Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the following baptisms for children of Frederic LeBlanc and Catherine Robinson in Arichat:

1. Frederic age 6 years baptized November 27 1848 with godparents Daniel LeBlanc and Charlotte LeBlanc (Arichat B-M-S 1841-1852 Image 152 of 220)
2. Jean Baptiste age 2 and a half years baptized November 27 1848 with godparents Abraham Babin and Julie Babin (Arichat B-M-S 1841-1852 Image 152 of 220)
3. Marguerite age 10 years and 2 months baptized December 4 1848 with godparents Marin LeBlanc and [forename not recorded] LeBlanc (Arichat B-M-S 1841-1852 Image 153 of 220)

Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the following baptisms for children of Frederic LeBlanc and Marie Hureau in Arichat:
1. Robert Laurent born September 7 1854, godparents Abraham LeBlanc and Adelaide Hureau (Arichat Baptemes 1854-1861 Image 22 of 146)
2. Daniel born November 5 1856, godparents Frederic LeBlanc and Marie Hureau (Arichat Baptemes 1854-1861 Image 68 of 146)
3. Marie Catherine born December 7 1858, godparents not recorded (Arichat Baptemes 1854-1861 Image 101 of 146)
4. Hubert Simon born October 26 1861, godparents J. B. LeBlanc and Émilie Lens (?) (Arichat Baptemes 1854-1861 Image 143 of 146)

Arichat baptisms for most of 1852 and all of 1853 are missing from Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946.

The 1871 Census of Little Arichat records Mari LeBlance age 45 Widow, and her children Daniel age 28, Fraderick (sic) age 26, John age 23, Pascal H age 18, Robert L age 16, Daniel H age 14, Mari C age 12, and Hubert S age 9. The presence and ages of Fraderick (sic), John, Robert L, Daniel H, Mari C, and Hubert S confirm this is the family of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau; and indicates Frédéric LeBlanc died before this Census.

Daniel LeBlanc, "fils de ’l'epoux" witness at the marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau on April 21 1851, is 8 years old based on his age in the 1871 Census. He seems an unusually young choice for a witness.

Who is William LeBlanc, Frédéric LeBlanc's nephew, a witness at the marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau?

There are no Guillaume LeBlanc's or William LeBlanc's in the 1838 Census of Little Arichat, Arichat, or ’D'Escousse.

There is one William LeBlanc in the 1861 Census of Richmond County, and he is the husband of Sophie Boutin. They are identified in this Census by the indication several of their children have recently died.

The 1871 Census of Richmond County, Nova Scotia only records 2 William LeBlanc's born before about 1858.

The 1871 Census of ’D'Escousse records William LeBlanc age 31 Seaman, wife Marceline age 38, daughter Marie age 5, and daughter Sarah age 3; all born NS (Division 2 Page 12 Family 42). They are William LeBlanc, son of Joseph LeBlanc and Madeleine Marchand, and Marcelline Martell, daughter of Jerome Martell and Marie Josse, married January 19 1863 in Arichat. William LeBlanc is not descended from René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard, and so can not be the nephew of Frédéric LeBlanc.

The 1871 Census of Arichat records William LeBlanc age 32 Sea Captain, wife Victoria age 31, and 6 children with oldest age 10; all born NS (Division 1 Page 6 Family 17). They are Guillaume LeBlanc, son of Simon LeBlanc and Charlotte Babin, and Victoire LeBlanc, daughter of Simon LeBlanc and Angélique Forest, married 23 January 23 1860 in Arichat.

The 1881 Census of West Arichat records Désiré LeBlanc age 62 Ship Owner, wife Mary age 56, son John Bte age 22 Ship Mate, and William age 57 Farmer; all born NS (Page 24 Family 145). William LeBlanc's relationship to Désiré LeBlanc is not recorded, and William LeBlanc did not reside with Désiré LeBlanc and wife Marie Richard in the 1871 Census.

The 1891 Census of West Arichat records Deyary (?) LeBlanc age 70 Mariner, wife Mary age 63, son John age 30 Cpt Sail Des, and William age 56 Not Married or Widowed Dom[estic] House Servant; all born NS. (Page 16 Family 71).

The 1901 Census of West Arichat records Hubert Lejeune age 40 Fisherman, wife Marie Lejeune age 33, 3 children, and William LeBlanc age 72 Single Lodger "Unsound Mind"; all born West Arichat (Page 3 Family 23).

So, there seem to be 3 candidates:

1. Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, son of Mathurin LeBlanc and Marguerite Babin, grandson of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère, and husband of Sophie Boutin

2. Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, son of Simon LeBlanc and Charlotte Babin, grandson of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot, and husband of Victoire LeBlanc

3. William LeBlanc residing with Désiré LeBlanc and Marie Richard in the 1881 and 1891 Censuses of West Arichat. Based on the 1881, 1891, and 1901 Censuses; William LeBlanc was born between the mid 1820's and mid 1830's. Because they reside together in 1881 and 1891, Désiré LeBlanc and William LeBlanc may be brothers.

As witness William LeBlanc is the nephew of Frédéric LeBlanc, then Frédéric LeBlanc and witness William LeBlanc's father are brothers.

Suppose Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, son of Mathurin LeBlanc and Marguerite Babin, is witness William LeBlanc. Then Mathurin and Frédéric are brothers, and Frédéric is the son of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère. But Madeleine LeBlanc, wife of Joseph Babin, is also the daughter of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère. So, the marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau would require a dispensation of first to second degree affinity, not second to third degree affinity. Also, the Estate documents of Mathurin Leblanc, husband of Modeste-Catherine Fougère, list their children and there is no son Frédéric. So, Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, son of Mathurin LeBlanc and Marguerite Babin, can not be the witness William LeBlanc.

Suppose Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, son of Simon LeBlanc and Charlotte Babin, is witness William LeBlanc. Simon and Frédéric are brothers, and Frédéric is the son of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot. This is consistent with the dispensation of second to third degree affinity at the marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau. But, Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, son of Simon LeBlanc and Charlotte Babin, is born August 9 1839, and is only 11 years old at the marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau. He, along with Daniel LeBlanc, seem unusually young choices for witnesses.

Suppose William LeBlanc residing with Désiré LeBlanc and Marie Richard in the 1881 and 1891 Censuses is witness William LeBlanc, and William LeBlanc is the brother of Désiré LeBlanc. So, William LeBlanc is the son of Simon LeBlanc and Anastasie Dugas, and the grandson of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine. This is consistent with the dispensation of second to third degree affinity at the marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau. As William LeBlanc is born between the mid 1820's and mid 1830's, he was likely old enough to be a witness at the marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau.

The marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau has two other witnesses, namely Alexander Boudrot and Napoleon Babin. As only two witnesses are required, perhaps the priest recorded the young Daniel LeBlanc and young William LeBlanc as a courtesy to Frédéric LeBlanc, intending Alexander Boudrot and Napoleon Babin as the "official" witnesses.

A Daniel Leblanc is the godfather for Frederic LeBlanc age 6 years baptized November 27 1848. There is no Daniel LeBlanc recorded in the 1838 or 1861 Censuses of Nova Scotia. The 1871 Census of Nova Scotia only records one adult Daniel LeBlanc; he is age 28 residing with Mari (sic) LeBlanc, widow of Frédéric LeBlanc, and is the son of Frédéric LeBlanc and Catherine Robinson. As Daniel's implied year of birth is about 1842, he is only about 6 years old at Frédéric's baptism in 1848. This makes Daniel the same age as Frédéric and not a suitable candidate to be Frédéric's godfather.

Either there was another Daniel LeBlanc who is Frédéric's godfather or Daniel LeBlanc is older than indicated by his age in the 1871 Census. Other than Daniel, the known children of Frédéric LeBlanc and Catherine Robinson were born as follows: Marguerite in 1838, Frédéric in 1842, and Jean Baptiste in 1846. Had son Daniel been born after daughter Marguerite, why wasn't son Daniel baptized around the same time as Marguerite, Frédéric, and Jean Baptiste?

The 1838 Census of Little Arichat records one Frederic LeBlanc with 1 Male under 6, 1 Female under 6, and 1 Female over 14 for a total of 4 persons. The Female over 14 is Catherine Robinson as she had at least 3 children after this Census. It is reasonable to believe son Daniel is the 1 Male under 6. As daughter Marguerite was born about September 1838, she may be the 1 Female under 6 (depending on when in 1838 the census was taken). It is reasonable to believe son Daniel was born about 1835 plus or minus 2-3 years. So, Daniel is becoming a better candidate to be the godfather of Frédéric in 1848 and a witness at the marriage of Frédéric LeBlanc and Marie Hureau in 1851.

Consider the other godparents for the children of Frédéric LeBlanc and Catherine Robinson:

1. Charlotte LeBlanc for Frederic LeBlanc age 6 years baptized November 27 1848

There are several candidate Charlotte LeBlanc's in Arichat and Little Arichat, including:

a. Daughter of Simon LeBlanc and Charlotte Babin, and wife of Rémi Forest and David LeBlanc:
Simon LeBlanc, husband of Charlotte Babin, is the son of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot. David LeBlanc, second husband of Charlotte LeBlanc, is the son of David LeBlanc and Pelagie Thériot. The grandparents of David LeBlanc, husband of Pelagie Thériot, are either Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère, or Hyacinth dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine.

b. Daughter of David LeBlanc and Pelagie Thériot, and wife of Hubert LeBlanc:
The grandparents of David LeBlanc, husband of Pelagie Thériot, are either Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère, or Hyacinth dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine. The parents of Hubert LeBlanc, husband of Charlotte LeBlanc, are Hubert LeBlanc and Émilie Babin. Hubert LeBlanc, husband of Émilie Babin, is the son of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot.

c. Daughter of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot, and wife of Pierre Babin:

d. Wife of Joseph Fougère, parents not known:

e. Wife of Pierre Gagnon, parents not known:

2. Abraham Babin for Jean Baptiste LeBlanc age 2 and a half years baptized November 27 1848

There seem to be 2 candidate Abraham Babin's in Arichat and Little Arichat:

a. Son of Pierre Babin and Marie Boudrot, and husband of Émilie LeBlanc:

Émilie LeBlanc, wife of Abraham Babin, is the daughter of either Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot, or Hyacinthe dit Elias and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine. He is the only Abraham or Abram Babin recorded in the Nova Scotia Archives 1838 Census of Nova Scotia.

b. Son of Abraham Babin and Émilie LeBlanc, and husband of Marie Martel:

He is the only Abraham or Abram Babin recorded in the 1861 Census of Nova Scotia.

3. Julie Babin for Jean Baptiste LeBlanc age 2 and a half years baptized November 27 1848

a. Daughter of Abraham Babin and Émilie LeBlanc, and wife of Cyril Samson of River Bourgeois:

There seems to be only one candidate Julie Babin in Arichat and Little Arichat. Émilie LeBlanc, wife of Abraham Babin, is the daughter of either Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot, or Hyacinthe dit Elias and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine.

4. Marin LeBlanc for Marguerite age 10 years and 2 months baptized December 4 1848

There seem to be only 2 candidate Marin LeBlanc's, one likely in Port Royal and the other in ’D'Escousse.

a. Son of Hubert LeBlanc and Émilie Babin, and husband of Marguerite Girouard (Port Royal):

Hubert LeBlanc, husband of Émilie Babin, is the son of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot.

b. Son of Polycarpe LeBlanc and Marie Prévost, and husband of Angèle Fougère (’D'Escousse):

As Marin LeBlanc, husband of Angèle Fougère, is not descended from René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard and resides in ’D'Escousse, he seems a less likely candidate to be the godfather for Marguerite, daughter of Frédéric LeBlanc and Catherine Robinson.

It seems slightly more likely Frédéric LeBlanc, husband of Catherine Robinson and Marie Hureau, is the son of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot than of Hyacinth dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine. 
LEBLANC, Frédéric (I5100)
 
360 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the following marriages in Arichat:

1. Joseph Devaux age 29 of ’D'Escousse, widower of Veronique Samson, and Marine LeBlanc age 25, daughter of Benoni LeBlanc and Barbe Beausejour of ’D'Escousse, on January 12 1852. The witnesses include Domitille LeBlanc sister, Hubert LeBlanc cousin, and Eusebe LeBlanc cousin. There is no indication whether Hubert and Eusebe are first or second cousins. Benoni LeBlanc, husband of Barbe Beauséjour, is the son of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine.

2. Hubert LeBlanc, son of "feu" Hubert LeBlanc and "feu" Émilie Babin, and Charlotte LeBlanc, daughter of David LeBlanc and Pelagie Theriault, with dispensation "du trois au quatrieme degree de consanguinitie" on January 26 1857. Hubert LeBlanc, husband of Émilie Babin, is the son of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot. See Name Sources and Notes for Hubert LeBlanc, husband of Émilie Babin, for further information.

3. Usebe Leblanc, "fils majeure de feu Michel LeBlanc" and Émilie Forrest, and Émilie Babin, daughter of Ustache Babin and "feue" Melanie Hébert, with dispensation "du quatrieme degree de consanguinitie" on February 9 1857.

Marine LeBlanc and Eusebe LeBlanc are cousins, with Marine LeBlanc the daughter of Benoni LeBlanc and Barbe Beauséjour and Eusebe LeBlanc the son of Michel LeBlanc and Émilie Forest.

Eusebe LeBlanc is an unusual name, and there is only one Eusebe Leblanc recorded in the 1861 Census of Little Arichat (with 5 Males and 4 Females in Polling District 11 Abstract 2 Family 9).

Michel LeBlanc born about 1802 is not one of the sons recorded in Mathurin LeBlanc's Will, and so is not the son of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère. See Notes for Mathurin LeBlanc, husband of Modeste-Catherine Fougère, for a list of all sons in his Will.

Michel LeBlanc must be the son of one of the other two sons of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard; namely Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc or Gaeton LeBlanc.

If Eusebe LeBlanc and Marine LeBlanc are first cousins (i.e. having the same grandparents), then Eusebe LeBlanc is the grandson of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine. So, Eusebe's father Michel LeBlanc is the son of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine.

If Eusebe LeBlanc and Marine LeBlanc are second cousins (i.e. having the same great grandparents), then Eusebe LeBlanc is the great grandson of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard. So, Michel LeBlanc would be the son of Gaeton LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot. 
LEBLANC, Michel (I5066)
 
361 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the marriage of Hilaire Babin, son of Abraham Babin and Emilie LeBlanc, and Susanne LeBlanc, daughter of Victor LeBlanc and Appoline Forest, January 24 1842 in Arichat with dispensations "qu’'une parente du troisième et une du quatrième degré".

Susanne LeBlanc's great grandparents are:
René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard
Charles Fougère and Madeleine Dugas
Simon Forest and Marguerite Gautrot
Jean Baptiste Landry dit Labbé and Marie Dugas

Hilaire Babin's great grandparents through his father Abraham Babin are:
Honoré Babin and Anne LeBlanc
Joseph Boudrot and Judith Fougère

So Hilaire Babin's and Susanne LeBlanc's common great grandparents for the third degree dispensation must be through Hilaire Babin's mother Émilie LeBlanc.

This requires Hilaire Babin's mother Émilie LeBlanc to be the granddaughter of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard. As Susanne LeBlanc is the granddaughter of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère, Hilaire Babin can not be the grandson of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère as this would require a dispensation of second degree consanguinity.

So, Émilie LeBlanc is the daughter of either Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot, or Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine.

Hilaire Babin's and Susanne LeBlanc's common great great grandparents for the fourth degree dispensation are:

1. Susanne LeBlanc's great grandfather Charles Fougère is the son of Jean Fougère and his first wife Marie Bourg
2. Hilaire Babin's great grandmother Judith Fougère is the daughter of Jean Fougère and his second wife Marie-Madeleine Belliveau 
LEBLANC, Émilie (I5083)
 
362 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the marriage of Hilaire Babin, son of Abraham Babin and Emilie LeBlanc, and Susanne LeBlanc, daughter of Victor LeBlanc and Appoline Forest, on January 24 1842 in Arichat with dispensations "qu’'une parente du troisième et une du quatrième degré".

An analysis of these dispensations determines Hilaire Babin's mother Émilie LeBlanc is the granddaughter of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard, and the daughter of either Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot, or Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine. See Notes for Émilie LeBlanc, wife of Abraham Babin, for further analysis.

Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the marriage of Galleton LeBlanc, son of Joseph LeBlanc (deceased) and Charlotte Fougere, and Anastasie Babin, daughter of Abraham Babin and Emilie LeBlanc, on February 7 1843 in Arichat with dispensations "qu’'une parente du troisième degré, une du troisième au quatrième et une du quatrième".

Galleton LeBlanc's paternal great grandparents are René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard, and Charles Fougère and Madeleine Dugas.

Anastasie Babin's paternal great grandparents are Honoré Babin and Anne LeBlanc, and Joseph Boudrot and Judith Fougère.

Anastasie Babin's maternal great grandparents are René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard; and either Joseph Boudrot and Marguerite LeBlanc (if mother Émilie LeBlanc is the daughter of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot), or Charles Dugas and Félicité Bugeaud (if mother Émilie LeBlanc is the daughter of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine).

So, Galleton LeBlanc and Anastasie Babin have common great grandparents of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard requiring the third degree consanguinity dispensation.

Galleton LeBlanc's paternal great great grandparents are René LeBlanc and Marguerite Thébeau, René Blanchard and Marguerite Thériot, Jean Fougère and his first wife Marie Bourg, and Joseph dit le jeune Dugas and Marguerite Coste.

Anastasie Babin's paternal great great grandparents are Jean Babin and Marguerite Bourg, the unknown parents of Anne LeBlanc, Joseph Boudrot and Marguerite Dugas, and Jean Fougère and his second wife Marie-Madeleine Belliveau.

So, Galleton LeBlanc and Anastasie Babin have a common great great grandparent of Jean Fougère requiring the fourth degree consanguinity dispensation.

Anastasie Babin's maternal great great grandparents are René LeBlanc and Marguerite Thébeau, and René Blanchard and Marguerite Thériot. They include Michel Boudrot dit Miquetau and Anne dite Jeanne Fougère, and Alexandre LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot (if mother Émilie LeBlanc is the daughter of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot); and Charles Dugas and Anne LeBlanc, and Joseph Bugeaud and Marie-Josèphe Landry (if mother Émilie LeBlanc is the daughter of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine).

So, no further dispensations arise due to Anastasie Babin's maternal great great grandparents.

There remains a third to fourth degree consanguinity dispensation.

A third to fourth degree consanguinity dispensation is required if Hilaire Babin's paternal great grandmother Anne LeBlanc, wife of Honoré Babin, was the daughter of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard. But, the above marriage of Hilaire Babin (great grandson of Honoré Babin and Anne LeBlanc) and Susanne LeBlanc (great granddaughter of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard) did not require a third to fourth degree consanguinity dispensation. So, it is reasonable to conclude Anne LeBlanc, wife of Honoré Babin, is not the daughter of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard.

This leaves Galleton LeBlanc's mother Charlotte Fougère as the source for the third to fourth degree consanguinity dispensation which may arise from either Charlotte Fougère's father or mother.

Charlotte Fougère's father is a Fougère. Stephen A. White's article Les fondateurs de la paroisse d'Arichat, Cap-Breton identifies the following Fougere fondateurs:

1. Jean Fougère (#45), son of Jean Fougère and his second wife Marie-Madeleine Belliveau, and Marguerite Landry, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Landry dit Labbé and Marie-Josèphe dite Josette LeBlanc
2. Joseph Fougère (#54), son of Jean Fougère and his first wife Marie Bourg, and Marguerite Coste, daughter of Jacques Coste and Françoise Petitpas
3. Simon Fougère (#65), son of Charles Fougère and Madeleine Dugas, and (1) Marguerite Samson, daughter of Jean-Baptiste Samson and Marguerite Françoise Clergé, and (2) Madeleine Forest, daughter of Pierre Hilarion Forest and Marguerite Boudrot

Jean, Joseph, and Simon all descend from Jean Fougère and either his first wife Marie Bourg or his second wife Marie-Madeleine Belliveau. Jean and Joseph are sons, and Simon is a grandson. It is reasonable to believe Charlotte Fougère descends from Jean Fougère and either his first wife Marie Bourg or his second wife Marie-Madeleine Belliveau.

Based on the Dictionnaire Généalogique des Familles Acadiennes 1636-1714 (Pages 642-643), this implies Charlotte Fougère, wife of Joseph LeBlanc, descends from one of:

1. Joseph Fougère and Marguerite Coste
2. Charles Fougère and Madeleine Dugas
3. Jean Fougère and Marguerite Landry
4. Michel Fougère and Apollonie Martel

Anastasie Babin, wife of Galleton LeBlanc, has no known great grandparents (third degree) named Coste, Landry, or Martel. Anastasie Babin may have a Dugas great grandparent only if her mother Émilie LeBlanc is the daughter of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc and Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine. Émilie Dugas dite Baie de la Ouine is the daughter of Charles Dugas and Félicité Bugeaud. Galleton LeBlanc's Dugas great great grandparents (fourth degree) are Joseph Dugas and Marguerite Coste. So, the need for the third to fourth degree consanguinity dispensation does not arise from any of the candidates for Charlotte Fougère's maternal line. It is reasonable to conclude the third to fourth degree consanguinity dispensation arises from Charlotte Fougère's paternal line.

Anastasie Babin's only Fougère ancestors are her great grandmother Judith Fougère, wife of Joseph Boudrot, and her great great grandparents (fourth degree) Jean Fougère and his second wife Marie-Madeleine Belliveau. It is reasonable to conclude Charlotte Fougère, wife of Joseph LeBlanc, is the granddaughter of Jean Fougère and either Marie Bourg or Marie-Madeleine Belliveau. So, Galleton LeBlanc is the great grandson (third degree) of Jean Fougère and either his first wife Marie Bourg or his second wife Marie-Madeleine Belliveau.

The 1871 Census of Little Arichat records Charlotte LeBlanc age 101 Widow residing with Louis Forrest age 38 Sea Captain, his wife Eliza age 33, 3 of their children, Joseph Fougere age 62 Sea Captain, his wife Charlotte age 56, and 4 of their children.

Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1754-1946 records the marriage of Louis Forrest, son of Louis Forrest and Domitille Boudrault, and Eliza Fougere, daughter of Joseph Fougere and Charlotte LeBlanc, on January 30 1860 in Arichat. So, the above family in the 1871 Census consists of Joseph Fougère and Charlotte LeBlanc along with their daughter Eliza Fougère and her husband Louis Forest, together with unmarried children of each couple.

Nova Scotia Historical Vital Statistics records the death of Charlotte LeBlanc age 100 Widow born Arichat [no parents or spouse recorded] died April 19 1871 West Arichat informant Murdoch Fougere. There is a Murdock C. Fougere who resides with Joseph Fougere and Charlotte LeBlanc in this Census. It is reasonable to conclude this is the death of Charlotte LeBlanc age 101 Widow in the 1871 Census of Little Arichat.

LeBlanc may be the maiden or married surname of Charlotte LeBlanc age 101 Widow in the 1871 Census of Little Arichat. Charlotte LeBlanc age 101 Widow is likely the mother of Joseph Fougère or Charlotte LeBlanc.

If so, Charlotte LeBlanc age 101 Widow and her husband are:

1. if LeBlanc is her maiden surname, the husband and wife are a Fougère or a LeBlanc who married a Charlotte LeBlanc
2. if LeBlanc is her married surname, the husband and wife are a LeBlanc who married a Charlotte

A review of the parents in Arichat marriages from 1839 to 1860 may identify families who satisfy these criteria. The review found:

There is no family with a child surnamed LeBlanc whose mother is named Charlotte LeBlanc.

There is one family with a child surnamed Fougère whose mother is named Charlotte LeBlanc. But, this is the family of Joseph Fougère and Charlotte LeBlanc with whom Charlotte LeBlanc age 101 Widow resides in the 1871 Census.

So, it is reasonable to believe Charlotte LeBlanc age 101 Widow was enumerated with her married surname.

There are 3 families with a child surnamed LeBlanc whose mother is named Charlotte; namely Joseph LeBlanc and Charlotte Fougère, Joseph LeBlanc and Charlotte Forest, and Simon LeBlanc and Charlotte Babin.

But, Charlotte Forest, wife of Joseph LeBlanc, died before January 1842; and Charlotte Babin, wife of Simon LeBlanc, died March 9 1873, at age 68. So, this leaves Charlotte Fougère, wife of Joseph LeBlanc, as the only remaining candidate to be Charlotte LeBlanc age 101 Widow in the 1871 Census.

So, given her implied year of birth and the other information above, it is reasonable to conclude Charlotte LeBlanc age 100 Widow who died April 19 1871 in West Arichat is the widow of Joseph LeBlanc, and her maiden surname is Fougère.

As described above Charlotte Fougère, wife of Joseph LeBlanc, descends from one of:

1. Joseph Fougère and Marguerite Coste
2. Charles Fougère and Madeleine Dugas
3. Jean Fougère and Marguerite Landry
4. Michel Fougère and Apollonie Martel

Charles Fougère and Madeleine Dugas may not be the parents of Charlotte Fougère, wife of Joseph LeBlanc, as Charles Fougère died before December 10 1768. If Charlotte Fougère, wife of Joseph LeBlanc, was born before or shortly after Charles Fougère died, then you would expect her baptism to be in Father Bailly's register.

Joseph Fougère and Marguerite Coste may not be the parents of Charlotte Fougère, wife of Joseph LeBlanc. Stephen A. White's article Les fondateurs de la paroisse d'Arichat, Cap-Breton states Joseph Fougère and Marguerite Coste "abandoned their land in Arichat, before 1790, so they could leave and settle at Havre Boucher, where Joseph is listed among the taxpayers of 1794". If Charlotte Fougère, wife of Joseph LeBlanc, was the daughter of Joseph Fougère and Marguerite Coste; it seems more likely she would move to Havre Boucher and not remain in the Arichat area to marry Joseph LeBlanc.

It is reasonable to conclude Charlotte Fougère, wife of Joseph LeBlanc, is the daughter of either Jean Fougère and Marguerite Landry, or Michel Fougère and Apollonie Martel. 
FOUGÈRE, Charlotte (I5092)
 
363 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1757-1946 records the burial of a Robert Hebert on July 5 1857 in Arichat. Unfortunately, the burial record omits Robert Hebert's spouse and age (stating only he was "decede ’l'avant veille"). So, it is not possible to confirm this Robert Hebert is the husband of Angélique LeBlanc from his burial record. HÉBERT, Robert (I4954)
 
364 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1757-1946 records the marriage of Désiré LeBlanc, "fils majeure de Simon LeBlanc et de defunte Anastasie Dugas", and Marie Richard, "fille mineure" of "defunt Jean Richard et ’d'Angélique Foret" on January 20 1845 in Arichat with dispensation "du troisième degré et du troisième au quatrième degré de parente".

Désiré LeBlanc's great grandparents are:
René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard
Charles Dugas and Félicité Bugeaud
Abraham Dugas and Marguerite Dugas
Michel Poirier and Judith Richard

Désiré LeBlanc is also the great great grandson of Alexandre Richard and Marie Madeleine Thibodeau through his great grandmother Judith Richard.

Through her father Jean Richard, Marie Richard's great grandparents include:
Alexandre Richard and Marie Madeleine Thibodeau
René Thériot and Anne LeBlanc

So, Alexandre Richard and Marie Madeleine Thibodeau are the reason for the third to fourth degree dispensation.

Through her mother Angélique Forest, Marie Richard must have great grandparents who are one of:
René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard
Charles Dugas and Félicité Bugeaud
Abraham Dugas and Marguerite Dugas

As none of these great grandparents are a Forest, Angélique Forest's mother must be the daughter of one of these great grandparents, and so Angélique Forest's mother must be a LeBlanc or a Dugas.

According to Stephen A. White's article Les fondateurs de la paroisse d'Arichat, Cap-Breton, Simon Forest, born at Pisiquit about 1724, married about 1749 to Marguerite Gautrot. They are the ancestor of the Forest's of Isle Madame, Îles de la Madeleine, and Gaspesie. According to this article, Simon Forest and his sons are the only Forest's to sign as founders of the Arichat Parish. So, it seems reasonable to believe Angélique Forest, born about 1792, is the daughter of one of the sons of Simon Forest and Marguerite Gautrot.

The sons of Simon Forest and Marguerite Gautrot were married as follows at the time of Angélique Forest's birth:
Jean Forest and Modeste Fougère
Pierre Hilarion Forest and Marguerite Boudrot
Firmin Forest and Marie Martha Martel (second wife)
Siméon (Simon) Forest and Cécile Boudrot
Maximien Forest and Scholastique LeBlanc
Ignace Forest and unknown wife
Pierre Forest and Angélique Landry
Paul Forest and Charlotte deVaux

Thus, excluding Ignace Forest, the likely candidates to be Angélique Forest's parents are Maximien Forest and Scholastique LeBlanc. Scholastique LeBlanc is the daughter of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard. So, René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard are the reason for the third (to third) degree dispensation, suggesting Angélique Forest's parents are Maximien Forest and Scholastique LeBlanc. 
FOREST, Angélique (I5055)
 
365 Ancestry's Acadia, Canada, Vital and Church Records (Drouin Collection), 1757-1946 records the marriage of Guillaume LeBlanc, son of Simon LeBlanc and Charlotte Babin, and Victoire LeBlanc, daughter of Simon LeBlanc and Angélique Forest, on January 23 1860 in Arichat with dispensation for third to fourth degree consanguinity double.

Victoire LeBlanc is the daughter of Simon LeBlanc and Angélique Forest. Simon LeBlanc's Will identifies his wife's first name as "Angelic" and several of his children confirming Angélique Forest as his wife. The Nova Scotia Death Registration for Simon LeBlanc age 62 Married born West Arichat died January 26 1871 in Acadiaville records Simon's father as Joseph LeBlanc. Joseph Leblanc, son of Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère, is the only Joseph Leblanc with Males under 14 in the 1811 Census of Isle Madame and Boys in the 1813 Militia Roll for Isle Madame.

Victoire LeBlanc, wife of Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, has the following great grandparents (i.e. third degree): Mathurin LeBlanc and Modeste-Catherine Fougère, unknown Fougère, Pierre Forest and Angélique Landry, and Michel Boudreau dit Miquetau and Marie Landry. Both Mathurin LeBlanc, husband of Modeste-Catherine Fougère, and Marie LeBlanc, wife of Michel Boudrot dit Miquetau, are children of René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard (i.e. fourth degree).

The maternal great grandparents (i.e. third degree) for Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, husband of Victoire LeBlanc, are Joseph Babin and Jeanne Françoise Dugas, and Eustache Marchand and Charlotte Boudrot. They are not the cause of the third to fourth degree consanguinity double dispensation. So, the paternal great grandparents (i.e. third degree) for Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc are the cause of the third to fourth degree consanguinity double dispensation and it is reasonable to conclude this dispensation arises from René LeBlanc and Anne Blanchard.

So, Simon LeBlanc, father of Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, is the son of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc or Gaetan LeBlanc (but not Mathurin LeBlanc as the dispensation would be different).

Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc has a son Simon born about 1791 (based on this Simon LeBlanc's Land Petition in 1817 stating his age as 26 and that he is the son of Elias). Simon LeBlanc, wife of Charlotte Babin, is born about 1800-1802 based on his burial and the 1871 Census of Little Arichat. So, Simon LeBlanc, wife of Charlotte Babin, is not the son of Hyacinthe dit Elias LeBlanc.

Simon LeBlanc, father of Guillaume (a.k.a. William) LeBlanc, must be the son of Gaetan LeBlanc and Marguerite Boudrot by elimination. 
LEBLANC, Simon (I4962)
 
366 Ancestry's C.F. Hatcher Tree (from Cameron447) records James Robert Crewe's date and place of death as December 30 1948 in Port aux Basques. However, there is no corresponding Death Registration in FamilySearch's Newfoundland Vital Records, 1840-1949, and there is no corresponding tombstone in the Stonepics Index. CREWE, James Robert (I2336)
 
367 Ancestry's Collection for Ontario, Canada, Deaths, 1869-1938, 1943-1944, and Deaths Overseas 1939-1947 contains the Death Registration for George Chipman who died on July 12 1937 in Toronto Western Hospital. George is recorded as age 52 born April 22 in Newfoundland; George's wife is recorded as Lily Chipman; his residence as 419 Delaware Avenue, Toronto; his occupation as Carpenter; and his parents as William Chipman and Isabel Ridout, both born in Newfoundland.

FamilySearch's Newfoundland Vital Statistics, 1753-1893 records the baptism of Reuben George, son of Wm and Isabella Chipman, on August 2 1885 at Twillingate Methodist. Reuben George was born April 22 1885 in Crow Head, Twillingate.

George Chipman's Death Registration and Reuben George Chipman's baptism both:
1. record his parents as William and Isabel(la) Chipman
2. record the month and day of his birth as April 22
3. record or imply his year of birth as 1885

Thus, it is reasonable to conclude the George Chipman who died in 1937 is the Reuben George baptized in 1885 in Twillingate.

Newfoundland's Grand Banks records the following Chipman family in the 1921 Census of Crow Head, District of Twillingate:

George Head Married born Feb 1886 age 35 born Twillingate
Lucy Wife Married born Feb 1888 age 33 born Twillingate
Reginald Son Single born Aug 1915 age 6 born Twillingate
Percy Son Single born Sep 1921 age 9M born Twillingate 
CHIPMAN, George (I1177)
 
368 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 and FamilySearch's England, Dorset, Parish Registers Collection record the burial for Joseph Hewitt on May 21 1691 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. There are other Milton Abbas burials in this period that record the burial is for an "Infant". But, Joseph Hewett is not recorded as an "Infant".

As the Milton Abbas Parish records begin in 1650, there may be another, older Joseph Hewett in Milton Abbas who is not otherwise recorded in the Parish records. But, neither Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 nor FamilySearch's England, Dorset, Parish Registers Collection record any baptisms where the father is Joseph Huett between 1650 and 1700 in Milton Abbas.

So, it seems reasonable to assume this is the burial of Joseph Huett, son of John Huett and Christin Dibbin. 
HUETT, Joseph (I3977)
 
369 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 contains the burial of Rosanna Vacher on September 16 1742 in Milton Abbas. There is no other information recorded for this burial.

This seems to be the only burial in Milton Abbas from the 1740's to 1812 for a Rosanna Vacher. There is no record of the marriage of a Rosanna Vacher from the 1740's to 1812 in Milton Abbas, and no record of the marriage of a male Vacher to a Rosanna.

It is reasonable to assume this is the burial of Rosanna, daughter of Richard and Phebe Vacher (although the parents were often recorded for the burial of a child). 
VACHER, Rosanna (I3944)
 
370 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 contains the marriage of Phebe Vacher and Richard Cuff on January 12 1742 in Milton Abbas. There is no other information recorded for this marriage.

It is reasonable to conclude this is the marriage of Phebe, daughter of Richard and Phebe Vacher. The only known baptisms of a Phebe Vacher between 1690 and 1730 in Milton Abbas are for the daughter of Richard and Phebe Vacher, and for the wife of Richard Vacher. There is only one known marriage of a Phebe Vacher (namely to Richard Cuff) between 1730 and 1770 in Milton Abbas. There is no record of the burial of a Phebe Vacher between 1718 and 1742 in Milton Abbas.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Phebe Cuff on April 29 1786 in Hilton, Dorset. This is the only record of a Phebe Cuff burial between 1742 and 1806 in Dorset. Hilton is about 2 miles from Milton Abbas.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following baptisms for children of Richard and Phebe/Penelope Cuff:

1. John, of Richard and Phebe Cuff of Hilton, baptized July 3 1742 in Winterborn Whitchurch
2. Richard, of Richard and Phebe Cuff, baptized May 4 1744 in Milton Abbas
3. William, of Richard and Penelope Cuff, baptized November 5 1745 in Milton Abbas
4. Christopher, of Richard and Phebe Cuff, baptized September 24 1848 in Milton Abbas
5. Elizabeth, of Richard and Phebe Cuff, baptized February 15 1756 in Hilton
6. James, of Richard and Phebe Cuff, baptized January 7 1759 in Hilton
7. Susannah, of Richard and Phebe Cuff, baptized June 20 1761 in Hilton
8. Richard, of Richard and Phebe Cuff, baptized March 30 1766 in Hilton

There is also a baptism for Honour, of Richard and Anne Cuff, on October 13 1753 in Hilton. Possibly, "Anne" is actually Phebe. This would explain the unusually large gap between their 4th and 5th children above.

These baptisms indicate Richard and Phebe Cuff resided in Hilton, and lived into the 1860's. Thus, it is reasonable to conclude the burial of Phebe Cuff on April 29 1786 in Hilton, Dorset is for Phebe Vacher, wife of Richard Cuff. 
VACHER, Phebe (I3945)
 
371 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 only records one baptism for a Tobias Huett in Milton Abbas - for the son of William and Charitie Huett on May 29 1665.

The first child of Tobias Huett and Ann Martin is named Charity, likely after Tobias' mother.

So, it is reasonable to conclude Tobias Huett who married Ann Martin on June 23 1696 in Milton Abbas is the son of William and Charitie Huett.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Tobias Hewitt on May 7 1712 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded for this burial.

This is likely the burial of Tobias Huett, husband of Ann Martin, or the burial of Tobias, son of Tobias Huett and Ann Martin. There is no record of any baptisms of children of Tobias and Ann Huett in Milton Abbas after Thomas in September 1709.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Ann Hewitt Widow on August 30 1736 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded for this burial.

It seems reasonable to assume that the 1712 burial is for Tobias Huett, husband of Ann Martin, and the 1736 burial of Ann Huett (Widow) is for Ann Martin, wife of Tobias Huett. 
HUETT, Tobias (I3982)
 
372 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 only records the marriages of 2 Stephen Vacher's in Milton Abbas: to Mary Huett on October 22 1770 and to Susanna Gover on November 28 1808.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Births and Baptisms, 1813-1906 Collection records baptisms for the following children of Stephen (Labourer) and Susanna (or variant spelling) Vacher of Village or Milton in Milton Abbas:

Richard baptized October 31 1813
John baptized July 23 1816
Phoebe baptized June 15 1823
Eliza baptized March 30 1833

Two of their four known children seem to be named after Stephen Vacher's grandparents Richard and Phoebe.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Deaths and Burials, 1813-2010 Collection only records 2 Stephen Vacher burials. One is clearly not the son of Stephen Vacher and Mary Huett.

The other Stephen Vacher was buried on June 1 1839 at age 53 implying a year of birth about 1785 to 1786, which is very consistent with the baptism of Stephen, son of Stephen Vacher and Mary Huett in October 1785. So, it is reasonable to conclude this is the burial for Stephen Vacher, son of Stephen Vacher and Mary Huett. 
VACHER, Stephen (I2273)
 
373 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records only one baptism for a George Lilington in Milton Abbas between 1730 and 1765 - George, son of George and Ann Lilington, baptized February 11 1755. Although there is no evidence of George Lillington's year of birth, it is reasonable to believe this is the baptism for George Lillington, husband of Susannah Huett.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records only one burial for a George Lillington in Milton Abbas - on June 22 1809. No other information is recorded. As there is only one known baptism and one known burial for a George Lillington in Milton Abbas, it is reasonable to believe this is the burial of George Lillington, husband of Susannah Huett and Elizabeth Harris. 
LILLINGTON, George (I3964)
 
374 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the baptism of John, son of George and Ann Linington, on December 7 1730 in Milton Abbas.

Possibly, this is the baptism of the husband of Mary Huett with "Linington" evolving into "Lillington".

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records two burials for John Lilington in Milton Abbas:

1. John Lilington buried December 13 1757. No other information is recorded.
2. John Lilington buried August 6 1762. No other information is recorded.

One of these burials may be for John Lillington, husband of Mary Huett.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following baptisms for children of John and Mary Lilington in Milton Abbas:

1. Elizabeth baptized September 8 1754
2. John baptized July 10 1756
3. Mary baptized June 2 1760

The John Lilington buried December 13 1757 can not be the husband of Mary Huett as their daughter Mary was baptized June 2 1760. It seems reasonable to assume John Lilington, husband of Mary Huett, was buried August 6 1762 as there were no further children of John and Mary Lilington baptized in Milton Abbas after June 1760.

Possibly, John Lilington buried December 13 1757 was the son of John Lillington and Mary Huett. Unfortunately, no other information is recorded for this burial. 
LILLINGTON, John (I3974)
 
375 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Andrew White on February 2 1766 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded.

As there is no record of another Andrew White burial in Milton Abbas up to 1812, it seems reasonable to assume this is the burial of Andrew White, husband of Joan Hewitt. 
WHITE, Andrew (I3979)
 
376 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Ann Hewett on February 3 1762 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. This Ann Hewett may be:

1. daughter of Joseph Huett and Elizabeth Stone
2. Ann Knight, wife of John Huett
3. daughter of John Huett and Ann Knight

John Huett and Ann Knight baptized 4 children between 1754 and 1759 in Milton Abbas or Winterborne Houghton. There is no record in Milton Abbas or Winterborne Houghton of any further children of John Huett and Ann Knight. The death of Ann (Knight) Huett, wife of John Huett, in early 1762 would explain why there were no more children of John Huett and Ann Knight after 1759. 
KNIGHT, Ann (I3966)
 
377 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Ann Hewett on February 3 1762 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. This Ann Hewett may be:

1. daughter of Joseph Huett and Elizabeth Stone
2. Ann Knight, wife of John Huett
3. daughter of John Huett and Ann Knight

Some Milton Abbas burials in the 1760's record the deceased as an "Infant". This Ann Hewett's burial does not record her as an "Infant". But Ann, daughter of Joseph Huett and Elizabeth Stone, would be 5-6 years old in February 1762, and may not be considered an "Infant". 
HUETT, Ann (I3955)
 
378 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for John Hewett on January 6 1761 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. This John Hewett may be the:

1. son of John Huett and Christin Dibbin, and husband of Mary Wolridge
2. son of John Huett and Mary Wolridge, and husband of Anne Arnold and Ann Knight
3. son of John Huett and Anne Arnold 
HUETT, John (I3957)
 
379 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for John Hewitt on January 1 1740 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. This may be the burial of John Huett, son of William and Charitie Huett.

John Huett, son of William and Charitie Huett, lived beyond about 1694 as his daughter Joane was baptized February 14 1694 in Milton Abbas. Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records no other burial for a John Hewitt between 1694 and 1740.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Christian, "the wife of John Hewett" on November 22 1722 in Milton Abbas. Christian's burial records her as the "wife" rather than the "widow" of John Hewett suggesting John died after Christin.

So, it seems reasonable to assume it is John Huett, son of William and Charitie Huett, who was buried January 1 1740 in Milton Abbas. 
HUETT, John (I3975)
 
380 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Jone White on January 17 1727 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded for this burial. This is the only burial for a Joane White in Milton Abbas.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 also records the following burials for Jane White in Milton Abbas:
1. Jane White buried December ? 1750
2. Jane White buried June 28 1768

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records baptisms for the following children of Andrew and Jone/Joane White in Milton Abbas:

1. John baptized August 5 1716
2. Jane baptized December 27 1721
3. Elizabeth baptized June 10 1724

In 1724, Joan was about 30 years old. So, it is unusual she had no further children.

As there is only one burial for a Jone White in Milton Abbas and there are no further children of Andrew White and Joane Huett after this burial, it seems reasonable to assume the burial is for Joane Huett, wife of Andrew White. 
HUETT, Joane (I3978)
 
381 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Mary Dyrint on January 19 1730 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. This may be the burial of Mary Huett, wife of Richard Dyrint. HUETT, Mary (I3983)
 
382 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Richard Dyrent (sic) on January 2 1740 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. This may be the burial of Richard Dyrint, husband of Mary Huett. DYRINT, Richard (I3984)
 
383 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial of Abigail (sic) Wolridge on December 17 1707 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. This may be the burial of Abbagale (sic) Wolridge, daughter of Thomas Wolridge and Margaret Devall. WOLRIDGE, Abbagale (I4015)
 
384 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial of John Morey on July 7 1792 in Milton Abbas. No further information is recorded. As this is the only burial of a John Morey in Milton Abbas, it is reasonable to conclude this is the burial for John Morey, husband of Elizabeth Huett. MOREY, John (I3961)
 
385 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial of Margrett (sic) Wolridge on December 3 1707 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. This may be the burial of Margaret Devall, wife of Thomas Wolridge. DEVALL, Margaret (I4007)
 
386 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial of Richard Cuff on May 27 1784 in Hilton, Dorset with the added comment "a Pauper". No age or other information is recorded.

This is the only burial of a Richard Cuff between 1760 and 1800 in Hilton. It seems reasonable to assume this is the burial of Richard Cuff, husband of Phebe Vacher. 
CUFF, Richard (I3950)
 
387 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial of Timothy Vacher on January 25 1774 in Milton Abbas. There is no other information recorded for this burial.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 does not record any other Timothy Vacher baptisms in Milton Abbas in the mid 1700's, and does not record any marriages or childrens' baptisms for a Timothy Vacher in the mid 1700's (based on its indexed entries).

It is reasonable to conclude it is Timothy, son of Richard and Phebe Vacher, who was buried January 25 1774 in Milton Abbas. 
VACHER, Timothy (I3941)
 
388 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following baptisms for children of Joseph Huett (or variant spelling) in Milton Abbas:

1. Elizabeth, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Hewitt, baptized July 13 1746
2. Mary, daughter of Joseph and Eliza Hewet, baptized January 3 1748
3. Sarah, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Hewett, baptized May 11 1750
4. Susannah, daughter of Joseph and Eliz'th Hewitt, baptized October 15 1752
5. Ann, daughter of Joseph and Eliz. Hewitt, baptized October 17 1756

It is reasonable to conclude the first name of Joseph Huett's wife is Elizabeth rather than Eliza.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records one baptism for an Elizabeth Stone and one baptism for a Betty Stone between 1700 and 1735 in Okeford Fitzpaine, namely:

1. Elizabeth, base-born daughter of Joan Stone, baptized January 28 1715
2. Betty, daughter of Abraham and Elizabeth Stone, baptized October 21 1723

Consider the following:

1. Joseph Huett and Elizabeth Stone name their first daughter Elizabeth, perhaps after Betty's mother.
2. Joseph Huett and Elizabeth Stone have 5 daughters; but none are named Joan.
3. Betty is closer in age to Joseph Huett.
4. Betty was about 41 when daughter Ann was baptized; Elizabeth about 33.
5. There is no known burial or other marriage in Okeford Fitzpaine that eliminates either Elizabeth or Betty as Joseph Huett's wife.

At this time, Betty, daughter of Abraham and Elizabeth Stone, is a slightly better candidate.

There is a burial for Elizabeth Howett (sic) on November 28 1762 in Milton Abbas. No age or other information is recorded.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 (based on its indexed entries) and FamilySearch's England, Dorset, Parish Registers, 1538-1936 both record the baptism for only one Elizabeth Huett (or variant spelling) in Milton Abbas between 1700 and 1762. She is the daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Huett baptized July 13 1746 who married John Morey in 1765 in Milton Abbas.

The only other known Elizabeth Huett in Milton Abbas in 1762 is the wife of Joseph Huett.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the marriage of Joseph Huett and Jane Legg, both of Milton Abbas, on May 3 1764 in Milton Abbas. Unfortunately the marriage does not record the marital status (i.e. bachelor/spinster or widowed) for either Joseph Huett or Jane Legg.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records only one baptism for a Joseph Huett in the 1700's in Milton Abbas, and that is for Joseph, son of John and Mary Hewett, baptized October 17 1722. So, there is no other known Joseph Huett in Milton Abbas who could have married Jane Legg.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 does not record baptisms for any children of Joseph and Jane Huett between 1764 and 1784 in Dorset. The absence of children suggests Joseph and Jane were older when they married, and so had no children.

It is reasonable to conclude Elizabeth Howett (sic) buried on November 28 1762 in Milton Abbas is the wife of Joseph Huett and the mother of Mary Huett, wife of Stephen Vacher. 
STONE, Elizabeth (I3952)
 
389 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following burials for a Joseph Hewet (or variant spelling) in Milton Abbas:

1. Joseph Howett buried May 21 1691
2. Joseph Hewet age 84 buried January 17 1808.

The first Joseph Howett can not be the father of Mary Huett, wife of Stephen Vacher.

The second Joseph Hewet was born about 1723 and, based on this approximate year of birth, it is reasonable to conclude this Joseph Hewet is the father of Mary Huett, wife of Stephen Vacher. Joseph's birth about 1723 is also consistent with his marriage before 1746.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the marriage of Joseph Huett and Jane Legg, both of Milton Abbas, on May 3 1764 in Milton Abbas. Unfortunately the marriage does not record the marital status (i.e. bachelor/spinster or widowed) for either Joseph Huett or Jane Legg.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records only one baptism for a Joseph Huett in the 1700's in Milton Abbas, and that is for Joseph, son of John and Mary Hewett, baptized October 17 1722. So, there is no other known Joseph Huett in Milton Abbas who could have married Jane Legg.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 does not record baptisms for any children of Joseph and Jane Huett between 1764 and 1784 in Dorset. The absence of children suggests Joseph and Jane were older when they married, and so had no children.

It seems reasonable to believe Joseph Huett who married Jane Legg was the widower of Elizabeth Stone. 
HUETT, Joseph (I3951)
 
390 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following burials in Milton Abbas for a John Wolridge:

1. John Wolridge buried February 2 1704
2. John Woolridge buried April 29 1738
3. John Woolridge buried February 28 1755

No other information is recorded for any of these burials.

John Woolridge buried April 29 1738 is likely not the son of Philip Wolridge and Lucie Barens. Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following events in Milton Abbas:

1. Baptism of John, son of Henry and Tomasin Woolridge, on December 7 1737
2. Burial of John Woolridge on April 29 1738
3. Baptism of John, son of Henry and Tomasin Woolridge, on January 9 1740

It is reasonable to conclude the John Woolridge buried on April 29 1738 was the (first) son John of Henry and Tomasin Woolridge.

John Woolridge buried February 28 1755 is not the son of Philip Wolridge and Lucie Barens. Ancestry's Dorset, England, Wills and Probates, 1565-1858 contains the Will of John Woolridge dated January 29 1755. This Will makes a bequest "to my Brother in Law Henry Smith and to my sister Mary his wife". But Mary, daughter of Philip Wolridge and Lucie Barens, married John Huett.

This leaves February 2 1704 as the possible burial date for John, son of Philip Wolridge and Lucie Barens. But, there is no guarantee this John Wolridge was buried in Milton Abbas. 
WOLRIDGE, John (I3995)
 
391 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following burials of a Robert Wolridge in Milton Abbas who may be the son of Thomas Wolridge and Margaret Devall:

1. Robert Wolridge buried September 21 1700
2. Robert Wolridge buried September 20 1702

No other information is recorded.

Robert, son of Thomas Wolridge and Margaret Devall, is the only known Robert Wolridge baptized in Milton Abbas between 1650 and 1700 who survived childhood.

But, there are older Robert Wolridge's in Milton Abbas born before the Milton Abbas Parish records begin in 1650, namely the husband of Luce and the husband of Jane.

Ancestry's Dorset, England, Wills and Probates, 1565-1858 contains the Will of Robert Woolridge of Milton Abbas dated September 4 1700 which records Robert Woolridge's wife as Jane. Neither Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 nor FamilySearch's England, Dorset, Parish Registers, 1538-1936 record any children of Robert and Jane Wolridge (based on their indexes) between 1650 and 1700. So, it seems unlikely the Will of Robert Woolridge is for the son of Thomas Wolridge and Margaret Devall. 
WOLRIDGE, Robert (I4011)
 
392 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following events for a Mary Huett between 1740 and 1775 in Milton Abbas:

1. Baptism of Mary, daughter of Joseph and Eliza Hewet, on January 3 1748 in Milton Abbas
2. Burial of Mary Huett on April 7 1765 in Milton Abbas
3. Marriage of Mary Huett (Spinster) of Milton Abbas and Stephen Vacher of Milton Abbas on October 22 1770 in Milton Abbas, witnessed by John Jacob and John Muckle

Unfortunately, the burial of Mary Huett in 1765 records no other information to identify her.

Is Mary Hewet baptized in 1748 the Mary Huett buried in 1765, the Mary Huett married to Stephen Vacher in 1770, or another Mary Huett?

There are the following considerations:

1. The marriage of Mary Huett and Stephen Vacher records Mary Huett as being of the Parish of Milton Abbas. But, there is no guarantee this Mary Huett was born in Milton Abbas.

2. The baptism of Mary Hewet in 1748 is the only Mary Huett (or variant spelling) baptism in Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 (based on its indexed entries) in Milton Abbas.

3. The Mary Hewet baptized in 1748 would be about 22 years old at the time of the marriage to Stephen Vacher in 1770 which is consistent with this Mary Hewet marrying Stephen Vacher, although Mary Huett is considerably younger than Stephen Vacher.

4. Stephen Vacher and Mary Huett's last child Rosanna was baptized in July 1789, and presumably born earlier in 1789 or late in 1788. It is more reasonable Mary's last child was born when she was closer to 40 rather than over 50. So, it's likely Mary Huett was several years younger than Stephen Vacher who was about 52 when Rosanna was born.

6. Stephen Vacher and Mary Huett named their first three sons Richard, Joseph, and Stephen. It was common to name the first son after the father's father, the second after the mother's father, and the third after the father. The first and third sons follow this pattern, suggesting Mary's father was named Joseph.

7. It was common to name the first daughter after the mother's mother. Stephen Vacher and Mary Huett named their first daughter Ann although the mother of Mary Hewet baptized in 1748 was named Eliza or (more commonly) Elizabeth. But Mary, daughter of Joseph and Elizabeth Hewet, had a sister Ann baptized in 1756. There is a Milton Abbas burial for Ann Hewett in 1762, and no record of the marriage of an Ann Huett in Milton Abbas. Possibly, Stephen Vacher and Mary Huett named their first daughter Ann after Mary's deceased sister.

8. There is a burial for Joseph Hewet age 84 on January 17 1808 in Milton Abbas, implying an approximate year of birth about 1723. This is the only burial for a Joseph Hewet (or variant spelling) in Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 (based on its indexed entries) in Milton Abbas after 1750. There is a baptism for Joseph, son of John and Mary Hewitt, on October 17 1722 in Milton Abbas; and a marriage for John Hewett and Mary Wolridge on July 25 1719 in Milton Abbas. The burial of Mary Huett on April 7 1765 in Milton Abbas may be for the wife of John Hewett and mother of Joseph Hewitt.

It is reasonable to conclude Mary Huett, wife of Stephen Vatcher, is the daughter of Joseph and Eliza Huett.

At her marriage to Stephen Vacher, Mary Huett signed her name (while Stephen Vacher made his mark). It is unusual for a bride at this time to be able to write her name.

Mary Huett, wife of Stephen Vacher, lived beyond 1788 as her daughter Rosanna was baptized in July 1789. Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records two burials for a Mary Vacher in Milton Abbas - on July 25 1796 and on December 27 1809. Neither burial records any further information (such as age at death or marital status) to determine if either of these burials is for Mary Huett, wife of Stephen Vacher.

FamilySearch's England, Dorset, Parish Registers, 1538-2001 records six marriages involving a Vacher marrying a woman named Mary in Milton Abbas between 1725 and 1800, in addition to Stephen Vacher and Mary Huett:

1. Andrew Vacher and Mary Muckell January 7 1733
2. Silas Vacher and Mary Drake February 1 1748
3. Andrew Vacher and Mary Norris November 30 1751
4. Jethro Vacher and Mary Riggs December 30 1753
5. Andrew Vacher and Mary Lovell September 30 1755
6. Josiah Vacher and Mary Upward August 6 1764

So, there is no lack of candidates for the Mary Vacher's buried on July 25 1796 and on December 27 1809 in Milton Abbas. Unfortunately, except for some children whose parents are recorded, only the deceased's name and burial date are recorded. 
HUETT, Mary (I2222)
 
393 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following events for a Mary Wolridge between 1660 and 1710 in Milton Abbas:

1. Baptism of Mary, daughter of Richard and Ann Wolridge, on February 7 1686
2. Burial of Mary Wolridge Infant on February 28 1686
3. Baptism of Mary, daughter of Philip and Luce Wolridge, on December 18 1687
4. Baptism of Mary, daughter of William and Elizabeth Wolridge, on October 26 1697
5. Baptism of Mary, base-born (i.e. illegitimate) daughter of Luse Wolridge, on February 23 1707
6. Burial of Mary Wolridge on March 21 1707

It is reasonable to conclude the Mary Wolridge Infant buried on February 28 1686 is the daughter of Richard and Ann Wolridge baptized February 7 1686. She is the only known Mary Wolridge Infant in Milton Abbas.

Mary, base-born daughter of Luse Wolridge, would only be about 12 years old at the marriage of John Huett and Mary Wolridge in 1719, and so is unlikely to be John Huett's wife.

This leaves Mary, daughter of Philip and Luce, and Mary, daughter of William and Elizabeth, as the two remaining candidates.

Mary, daughter of Philip and Luce, is close to the same age as John Huett (as their baptisms are less than 4 months apart) whereas Mary, daughter of William and Elizabeth, is about 10 years younger than John Huett.

John Huett and Mary Wolridge named one of their sons Philip. None of their known sons are named William. They did not name any of their known daughters Luce or Elizabeth.

As Mary, daughter of Philip and Luce, is closer in age to John Huett and as John Huett and Mary Wolridge named a son Philip, it seems reasonable to assume John Huett's wife is the daughter of Philip and Luce.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial for Mary Huett on April 7 1765 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded.

There are 3 known Mary Huett's:
1. daughter of William and Charitie Huett baptized in 1654
2. daughter of John Huett and Mary Wolridge baptized in 1724
3. daughter of Joseph Huett and Elizabeth baptized in 1748

All of these Mary Huett's married, and so none are the Mary Huett buried in 1765 in Milton Abbas.

The only known marriage of a male Huett to a Mary is for John Huett and Mary Wolridge.

So, it is reasonable to conclude it is Mary Wolridge, wife of John Huett, who was buried on April 7 1765 in Milton Abbas. 
WOLRIDGE, Mary (I3958)
 
394 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following events in Milton Abbas and Winterborne Whitchurch involving a John and Ann Huett in the 1750's:

1. Marriage of John Huett and Anne Arnold, both of Melcome, on December 26 1751 in Winterborne Whitchurch, Dorset. Melcome is likely Melcombe Horsey which is 2.3 miles west of Milton Abbas. Winterborne Whitchurch is 1.5 miles southeast of Milton Abbas.
2. Baptism of John, son of John and Ann Hewitt, on December 15 1752 in Milton Abbas
3. Burial of Ann Hewitt on December 17 1752 in Milton Abbas
4. Marriage of John Hewett and Ann Knight on June 9 1753 in Milton Abbas
5. Baptism of Frances, daughter of John and Ann Hewett on March 29 1754 in Milton Abbas

It is reasonable to believe it is the same John Huett who first married Anne Arnold and then, after Anne (Arnold) Hewett's death, married Ann Knight.

John Huett and his first wife Ann Arnold baptize their child John (in 1752) in Milton Abbas. John Huett and Ann Knight baptize their first child Frances (in 1754) in Milton Abbas. John Huett and Ann Knight then move to Winterborne Houghton, Dorset at least between 1755 and 1759 based on baptisms of their children Philip (in 1755), Ann (in 1757), and Joseph (in 1759). Winterborne Houghton is 1.2 miles NE of Milton Abbas. There is no record in Milton Abbas or Winterborne Houghton of the baptism of further children of John Huett and Ann Knight.

FamilySearch's England, Dorset, Parish Registers, 1538-1936 does not record a marriage or a burial for a Huett or Hewitt in Winterborne Houghton between 1750 and 1850. It seems the children of John Huett and Ann Knight left Winterborne Houghton after the 1750's as there is no record of their marriage or burial.

It's possible John Huett and Ann Knight died in Milton Abbas. See Notes for Ann Knight, wife of John Huett, for further information about her possible burial and its candidates.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records a burial for John Hewett on January 6 1761 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded. This John Hewett may be the:

1. son of John Huett and Christin Dibbin, and husband of Mary Wolridge
2. son of John Huett and Mary Wolridge, and husband of Anne Arnold and Ann Knight
3. son of John Huett and Anne Arnold

The burial of John Huett, husband of Ann Knight, on January 6 1761 would explain why there were no more children of John Huett and Ann Knight after Joseph baptized in 1759.

If John Huett, Ann Knight, and their family left Winterborne Houghton in the early 1760’s, and did not come to Milton Abbas; then the burial of John Hewett on January 6 1761 in Milton Abbas is not for this family. This leaves John Huett, husband of Mary Wolridge, as the only remaining candidate. 
HUETT, John (I3959)
 
395 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following events in Milton Abbas:

1. Baptism of Mary, base (i.e. illegitimate) daughter of Mary Easter, on September 5 1652
2. Burial of Mary Easter on May 16 1657

Possibly, Mary who died in 1657 is a daughter of An and sister of Celyna.

These are the only Easter events in addition to Celyna Easter's marriage to Philip Wolridge recorded in Milton Abbas between 1650 and 1680. 
UNKNOWN, An (I4017)
 
396 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the following events in Milton Abbas:

1. Baptism of Willi, son of Phillipp and Margarett Wolridge, on June 19 1653
2. Burial of Willi Wolridge Infant on June 22 1653
3. Burial of Margaret, wife of Phillipp Wolridge, on July 3 1653
4. Marriage of Phillipp Wolridge and Celyna Easter on September 8 1654

The marriage of Phillipp Wolridge and Celyna Easter does not record if Phillipp Wolridge is a Bachelor or Widower. With the timing of these events and the death of Margaret unknown, wife of Phillipp Wolridge, soon after her marriage and the birth of her first known child, it seems reasonable to believe it is the same Phillipp who first married Margarett and then Celyna Easter.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial of Philip Wolridge on July 16 1681 in Milton Abbas. No other information is recorded.

The known Philip Wolridge's at this time are Philip, husband of Celyna Easter; Philip, son of Philip and Celyna; and Phillip, son of Thomas and Margaret.

Ancestry's Dorset, England, Wills and Probates, 1565-1858 contains the Will of James Woollridge (sic) of Milton Abbas dated February 5 1727 which records both Philip, son of Philip and Celyna, and Philip, son of Thomas and Margaret, indicating neither could be buried in 1681.

James Woollridge's Will bequeaths to "my Brother Phylip's (sic) three children". Philip, son of Thomas and Margaret, was baptized on November 15 1670 in Milton Abbas. He could not have been buried in 1681 and had 3 children.

James Woollridge's Will bequeaths to "my Coson (sic) Phylip (sic) Woollridge and his wife". This is Philip, son of Philip and Celyna. Thus, Philip, son of Philip and Celyna, was not buried in 1681.

The next burial of a Philip Wolridge in Milton Abbas occurs on March 6 1735. By then, Philip Wolridge, husband of Celyna Easter, would likely be over 100 years old.

So, it is reasonable to conclude the Philip Wolridge buried on July 16 1681 in Milton Abbas is the husband of Celyna Easter.

The Dorset Online Parish Clerks website (http://www.opcdorset.org/index.htm) contains a transcript of the 1641 Protestation Returns for Milton Abbas. The Wolridge's or variant spellings recorded are: John Woolridge, Philip Woolridge, William Woolridge, and Richard Woolridge.

As this Philip Woolridge was 18 or older in 1641, he would have been 31 or older in 1654. So, Philip Woolridge in the 1641 Protestation Returns for Milton Abbas could have first married Margarett unknown and then Celyna Easter. Being 18 or older in 1641 implies Philip Woolridge was born before 1623.

The Dorset Online Parish Clerks website contains a transcript of Milton Abbas marriages 1559-1812 from Phillimore's Marriage Records (published in 1909) that includes the marriage of Phillipp Wolridge of Winterborne Kingston and Celyna (Easter) daughter of An Easter Widow on September 8 1654. Winterborne Kingston is 4 miles southeast of Milton Abbas.

The Dorset Online Parish Clerks website contains a transcript of Winterborne Kingston baptisms 1586 to 1641. There is no baptism for a Philip Wolridge (or variant spelling).

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the first publication of banns of marriage for Phillipp Wolridge and Celyna Easter which states Phillipp Wolridge and Celyna Easter are "both of this parish". 
WOLRIDGE, Phillipp (I3996)
 
397 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the marriage of Elizabeth Huett of Milton Abbas and John Morey of Gunville on May 27 1765 in Milton Abbas. Elizabeth's father Joseph Huett was buried in 1808 in Milton Abbas. So, the Elizabeth Huett who married John Morey in 1765 can not be Elizabeth, the widow of Joseph Huett, and so is the daughter of Joseph Huett and Elizabeth Stone.

Tarrant Gunville Parish records Banns of Marriage for John Morey of this Parish and Elizabeth Huett of Milton Abbey, proving that John Morey, husband of Elizabeth Huett, was from the Parish of Tarrant Gunville in Dorset.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records baptisms for the following children of John and Elizabeth Morey in Tarrant Crawford:

1. John baptized April 10 1767
2. Elizabeth baptized April 25 1769
3. Jonathan baptized February 17 1771

As John Morey and Elizabeth Huett were married on May 27 1765 and John Morey was from Tarrant Gunville, it is reasonable to conclude they lived initially in Tarrant Crawford where three of their children were born.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records baptisms for the following children of John and Elizabeth Morey in Milton Abbas:

4. Thomas baptized May 31 1773
5. John baptized September 3 1775
6. Mary baptized February 22 1778
7. Walter baptized December 17 1780
8. Anne baptized September 22 1782
9. Joseph baptized July 11 1784
10. Jenny baptized December 29 1785

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial of Elizabeth Morey on June 7 1793 in Milton Abbas. No further information is recorded. As this is the only burial of an Elizabeth Morey in Milton Abbas, it is reasonable to conclude this is the burial for Elizabeth Huett, wife of John Morey. 
HUETT, Elizabeth (I3953)
 
398 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the marriage of Jane Wolridge and Jonathan Wolshed of the parish of Milton Abbas on May 8 1708 at Athelhampton with Burleston (Image 33 of 87).

The bride is recorded first, and the record is not explicit as to whether both bride and groom are from Milton Abbas. Athelhampton is 5 miles southwest of Milton Abbas. This may be the marriage of Jane Wolridge, daughter of Phillipp Wolridge and Celyna Easter, although Jane Wolridge, daughter of Phillipp Wolridge and Celyna Easter, was at least age 46 at the time of this marriage.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 does not record the burial of a Jane Wolridge who could be the daughter of Phillipp Wolridge and Celyna Easter. 
WOLRIDGE, Jane (I4000)
 
399 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the marriage of Joseph Huett and Jane Legg, both of Milton Abbas, on May 3 1764 in Milton Abbas. Unfortunately the marriage does not record the marital status (i.e. bachelor/spinster or widowed) for either Joseph Huett or Jane Legg.

Possibly Jane Legg is a Widow, and so her maiden surname may not be Legg. 
LEGG, Jane (I3962)
 
400 Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the marriage of Richard Vacher and Ann Fry on December 15 1746 in Winterborne Zelstone, Dorset. Winterborne Zelstone is about 10 miles southeast of Milton Abbas.

The following children of Richard and Ann Vacher are baptized in Winterborne Zelstone:

1. Mary baptized May 8 1747
2. Ann baptized August 1 1752
3. Richard baptized May 18 1755
4. John baptized July 1 1759
5. James baptized May 31 1761

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the burial of Ann, wife of Richard Vacher, on June 24 1761 in Winterborne Zelstone.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 records the baptism for Ann, daughter of John and Mary Fry, on November 29 1726 in Winterborne Zelstone. This likely explains the choice of John and Mary as names for two of the children of Richard Vacher and Ann Fry.

Ancestry's Dorset, Church of England, Baptisms, Marriages and Burials, 1538-1812 does not record a baptism for a Richard Vacher (or Vater) in Winterborne Zelstone in a period of time consistent with the birth of the husband of Ann Fry. The earliest baptism of a Vacher (or Vater) in Winterborne Zelstone is for the children of Richard Vacher and Ann Fry. This suggests Richard Vacher was not born in Winterborne Zelstone.

Possibly, Richard Vacher, husband of Ann Fry, is the son of Richard and Phebe Vacher of Milton Abbas. But there is no other evidence currently available to support this. 
VACHER, Richard (I3946)
 

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