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Pascal ARSENEAU m. Mary Ann DOUCET - Canada (NS ?) > Maine

Pascal ARSENEAU m. Mary Ann DOUCET - Canada (NS ?) > Maine

Flynn (View posts)
Posted: 1 Jan 2001 6:04PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Jul 2004 4:59PM GMT
Surnames: Arseneau, Arsenault, Arseneault, Arseneaux, Arceneaux, Doucet, Melanson
I am trying to locate any information on Pascal Arseneau who married Mary Ann Doucet in Canada, possibly Nova Scotia, they immigrated to Maine, I think Brooks, they are the parents of Joseph Peter Arseneau who was born in 1872 and died 1941. He married Mary Catherine Melanson, she was born in 1881 and died 1949. I have been able to trace the roots forward, but cannot locate anything on Pascal or Mary Ann. Any help you might have would be greatly appreciated. Also I have many many entries on the Arsenault family, if anyone is interested.

Is it this one ? - Pascal ARSENEAU - m1.1860 Mary DOUCET - m2.1882 Mary Patricia CORMIER

Posted: 17 Jan 2001 2:23PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 4 Feb 2006 1:01PM GMT
Surnames: Arseneau, Arsenault, Arseneault, Arseneaux, Arceneaux, Hache, Doucet, Cormier
See if this rings any bells.
Pascal Arsenault ( Pierre Arsenault Rose Hache ( b. 1833 N.B. Married 1. Mary Doucet Aug. 6, 1860; 2. Mary-Patricia Cormier 1882;
Pascal Mary children: Thomas 1863, Pierre 1865, marie 1867 Elizabeth 1869, Ellen-jane 1871, Joseph 1872 N.B. Rose-Delima 1875 .
If any of this matches, I can help.

Looks like a match

flynne (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jan 2001 11:15PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Jul 2004 5:03PM GMT
Surnames: Arseneau, Arsenault, Arseneault, Arseneaux, Arceneaux, Doucet, Doucette, Melanson, Melancon
It matches, Pascal married Mary Ann Doucet who had Joseph Peter Arseneau who married Mary CCatherine Melanson. Joseph was born 1872-1941, and Mary Catherine was born 1881-1949. I have the lines after them but not any other information on what you have. I can't believe you have this. How did you find it and are you any relation to them?

Flynne

Note

flynne (View posts)
Posted: 19 Jan 2001 11:20PM GMT
Edited: 1 Jul 2004 5:15PM GMT
I forgot to mention that the dates I gave you are by the best estimate that my family could remember. I notice that my birthdate for Mary is 1881, but like I said this was a best guess on our part.

Flynne

It is from the "Dictionnaire Généalogique des familles Arsenault"

Posted: 20 Jan 2001 6:50AM GMT
Edited: 4 Feb 2006 1:01PM GMT
YES, I am interested in any Arseneau Family. I own "THE DICTOINNAIRE GENEALOGIQUE DES FAMILLES ARSENAULT" I bought it because I did not know anything about my Grandmother's ( Margaret Mary Arseneau ) Family. It is a very interesting book-It gave me a lot of information, and did more for my Family Tree than anything else. However, it is just a book, the only thing you can be sure of, is if you have a certified copy of a vital record. I would like to keep it going, adding more ( Your ) information. If you E-Mail me I can send you the rest of your ancestors.
rjsaun@mediaone.net

It is my line - Family history about Pascal ARSENEAU m. Mary Doucet & M.Patricia Cormier

Marc Arseneau (View posts)
Posted: 5 Oct 2001 1:37AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Jul 2004 5:17PM GMT
Surnames: Arseneau, Arsenault, Arseneault, Arseneaux, Arceneaux, Doucet, Hache, Cormier
Goodness gracious, I don't *believe* I stumbled across this.

OK, Pascal Arseneau, son of Pierre Arseneau and Rose Hache, is my great-grandfather. Here's the story as I know it. Yes, he was married to Mary Doucet, in Bathurst, New Brunswick, but Mary passed away, in 1881. Soooo, he took in a teenage orphan girl to look after the kids, named Marie Patrionelle (later changed to Mary Patricia). *Married* her when she was 19, and he was 59. Had a bunch more kids!!! The youngest, John, was born when Pascal was 67. And John is my grandfather.

that's the quick version, we'll have to communicate more to exchange more.

As I said, I cannot believe my good fortune to come across this post. All of us from the "second" family have been vaguely aware of the first family, but other than some contact years ago with Peter, we have had no information whatsoever on that first family.

I'm going to e-mail this to you guys separately as well.

Take care!

Marc Arseneau
marc.maureen@sympatico.ca

Peter ARSENEAU m. M.Catherine MELANSON were my grandparents

Posted: 23 Jan 2002 10:34PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Jul 2004 5:28PM GMT
Surnames: Arseneau, Arsenault, Arseneault, Arseneaux, Arceneaux, Melanson
They were married in Old Town, Maine, June 10, 1901 and they were my Grand Parents.

Born in Canada

Posted: 23 Jan 2002 10:39PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Jul 2004 5:26PM GMT
they were born in New Brunswick, Canada

Peter ARSENEAU - m. Maine - Mary Catherine MELANSON

Posted: 23 Jan 2002 10:53PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Jul 2004 5:27PM GMT
Surnames: Arseneau, Arsenault, Arseneault, Arseneaux, Arceneaux, Melanson
Joseph Peter Arseneau who was married to Mary Catherine Melanson In Old Town, Maine, were my grand parents.

1890-1909 Arseneau line - Pierre ARCENEAUX - m1: Marguerite DUGAS - m2. Marie GUERIN

Anne-Marie Arsenault (View posts)
Posted: 4 Jun 2003 3:31AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 1 Jul 2004 5:30PM GMT
Surnames: Arseneau, Arsenault, Arseneault, Arseneaux, Arceneaux, Dugas, Guerin
I require information for Arsenault (from about 1890-1919)
from the line of Louis Pierre Arceneaux 1650 who married Marguerite Dugas. Then he married Marie Guerin.
Any insights,
Anne-Marie
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