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Pasher - Cape Breton

Pasher - Cape Breton

Posted: 24 Aug 2006 2:54PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pasher
I'm looking for ancestors of David Pasher, who lived in Gabarus for awhile (1960's). We know his father's name was John Charles (but known as Jack) and that his mother's name was Alice. We don't know her last name. She was born in Sydney, Cape Breton, and we believed she is buried there. Any info would be appreciated. We are stuck already.

Re: Pasher - Cape Breton

Posted: 27 Mar 2007 2:01AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pasher, Clifford, Bezanson
John Charles (Jack) Pasher was married to Alice Edna Bezanson. The Bezansons were a founding family in Nova Scotia, originally Besancon from Montbeliard, France. The Bezansons are a well documented family, so we were able to go back to the 1750's on that side.

We found the marriage certificate for John Charles and Alice Edna, listing John's parents as Herbert Pasher and Hannah Clifford, both from Newfoundlnad (probably Harbour Grace area). Now I'm looking for anything on Herbert and Hannah.

Re: Pasher - Cape Breton

Posted: 16 May 2009 2:52AM GMT
Classification: Lookup
Surnames: Pasher
Hi my name is Chantell and i am One of Dave Pasher's Grand Children who lives here in glace bay i know very little about my great grand parents all i know is my poppy grew up in and is barried in Gabarus i am very confused on my grandfathers history and well im afraid to ask my grandma or father pius joesph pasher if there is any way maybe u could help me find out more about my grandpa i would surely appreciated if u can help me i could help u in return

Re: Pasher - Cape Breton

Posted: 16 May 2009 6:06PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Pasher, Corbett, Peach, Wadden, Boutilier
Hi Chantell,

Since I first posted my original query, I have been able to compile quite a bit about the Pasher history - back to the earliest known Pasher in Newfoundland in 1794, and on the Bezanson side, back to France in the early 1700's. On the Corbett side, I've been able track back to the Mi'kmaq tribe in the 1600's. The tree is online for those deceased individuals whose information can be found publicly on various census and archives records. The web page starting at your poppy is here - you can copy and paste the link into your web address bar:

http://www.caronkin.ca/caron/2/1806.htm

You may even find your mom's side, as there were some Peach, Wadden, and Boutilier family members married to each other throughout the generations.

If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail me directly at lcaron0822@rogers.com. I have most of the source documents saved.

Enjoy,
Laurie

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