Do you ever wonder who your first Acadian ancestor was and when he or she arrived in Acadia? Are you curious about your family’s Acadian heritage?
If so, our website is a great place to begin your research. For instance, you will find a page specific to genealogical research for Acadians. It provides you with historical background information, archival and published material from our collection, as well as links to other websites and institutions.
You may begin by consulting the Parish Registers fonds, which contains transcriptions of parish registers of various Acadian parishes and from the Gaspé peninsula.
You may also consult the biographies of the 37 main Acadian families, such as “Surette” and “Poirier” [available in French only], from the Université de Moncton’s website.
Questions or comments? We would love to hear from you!
- A user mentioned that he used and will still use Library and Archives Canada’ services to document the descendants of Jacques Bourgeois and Jeanne Trahan. The results of this work is available online at http://Histoire-de-Bourgeois.ca.
I have used and will continue the services of Library and Archives Canada in documenting the Bourgeois descendant of Jacques Bourgeois and Jeanne Trahan. The service is great ,and I continue to hope that cut announced over the last six month will not negatively affect the outstanding service offered.
The result of this research has been made available on the http://Histoire-de-Bourgeois.ca web site which presently documents some 14500 Bourgeois’ of Acadian descendant.