How about Briard for Breaders?
from family tree site online:
Joseph SENESAC married Marguerite LABRECQUE on 8 January 1816 in L'Acadie, comté St-Jean, Québec. Marguerite was born 1796 in Beaumont, Bellechasse, the daughter of Joseph LEBREQUE & Marie BOUDREAU, who were married on 21 January 1788 in St-Luc, Acadie. Marie BOUDREAU, born in 1759, was the daughter of Charles BOUDREAU & Magdeleine CLOUATRE who married in 1756 in Grand Pré, Acadia. (1)(2)
SOURCE: Mariages de l'Acadie (1785) et Saint-Luc (1802), comté de Saint-Jean, Québec, pp. 57, 140, 83, 72.
The above is an interesting site as it seems to have the family trees of about 100 family historians whose trees overlap. It seems as if only the portions of their trees that overlap are presented. Contact information is posted for many of them. : D
"According to Steve White, Charles Boudreau's parents were NOT François and Marguerite Pitre, as previously supposed. This has been disproven. His parents were:
Claude Boudrot (son of Claude & Anne-Marie Thibodeau)
Catherine Hébert (daughter of Jean & Marie-Anne Doucet)
m Grand-Pré 1706"
Claude Boudrot, spouse of Anne-Marie Thibodeau, was son of Michel & Michelle Aucoin (our ancestors)."
This is the danger zone where it's so tempting to pick up names and dates without working through the records as we have done here. I picked out the quote above to show how mistakes happen - and get repeated - with "copy and paste genealogy."
BUT it's so fun to have ancestors in this place and era because there is so much information available! One part of my family tree is located in this area and I see some familiar surnames.