Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Pierre Jacques Caire (1836-1885)



Pierre Jacques Caire (1836-1885) 

A Fresh Start #52Ancestors in 2015


This is my first attempt to complete Amy Johnson Crow’s “52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks” challenge. The purpose of the challenge is to write about the ancestors I have rediscovered and to share them with those interested in a less technical format.

This is the first weekly post. Each week has a theme. This week’s theme is “a fresh start”. Who better than the nearest ancestor who immigrated to America? 



Pierre Jacques Caire is my maternal 3x great-grandfather. He was born 15 April 1836 in the south of France in small town called Jausiers, near the Italian border. He was the son of a farmer Etienne Caire and Marianne Teissier. He was one of several children. At least two of his brothers: Jean Louis Caire (b. 1818) and Jean Baptiste Caire (b. 1823) moved to Louisiana.

Pierre Jacques Caire (aka PJ Caire) immigrated to America at age 18 in 1854. He settled with his brothers in Edgard, Saint John the Baptist Parish, Louisiana. He became a merchant just like his brothers. He owned a store called Bruly Landing.

PJ had two children with Pélagie Mary Jean-Louis, a woman of color and former slave who was only sixteen when she gave birth to her first child. PJ did not own 
Pélagie. She was owned by his sister-in-law Felicie Burcard, daughter of Jean Frederic Burcard and wife of Jean Baptiste Caire. 

Pierre Jacques and Pélagie's children were Louis and Louise. They both carried the Caire surname and knew their father was a Frenchman. It is unclear as to the extent of their relationship with their father. Pélagie and her children moved to New Orleans. PJ remained in Edgard. 

At age 40, on 12 October 1876, PJ Caire married Marie Stella Jaume in St. Michael's Church in Covent, Saint James Parish, Louisiana. From their union brought forth one son, Eugene Francois Caire. Pierre Jacques Caire passed away 16 January 1885 and is buried in Saint John the Baptist Cemetery with his relatives.

I descend from Pierre Jacques Caire via: 
Louis Caire
Eunice Caire
Jessie Mae 
My mom



76 comments:

  1. An excellent, fascinating write-up! Loved reading it.

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  3. At the birth of his son Pierre Jacques CAIRE in 1836, Estienne CAIRE is 54 years old and his wife is 39.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=359

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  4. Hi Julia,

    I don't know yet if they are the same as your ancestors but Estienne CAIRE got married to Marie TESSIER (her signature is Mariane TESSIER) in Jausiers in 1813 (March 18th).

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=357

    Frame 167 on 400

    He is a son of Pierre CAIRE, owner, and the late Margueritte PREAL (not sure about the reading of the family name).
    She is a daughter of Jean Baptiste TESSIER and Marie AUBERTIN, both alive.

    The witenesses are close family members.

    Do you read French ?

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    1. David! Thank you so much for this information. I do believe these are my Caire family members. My French is very minimal. I learned in primary school but I am sure I can find a translator online!

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  5. Etienne CAIRE passed away in 1869 (July 1st) in Jausiers, hameau de l'Ubac

    http://dignois.fr/Jausiers-Ubac/

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=362

    Frame 405 on 456

    He was 86 years old. He was a farmer.

    Frame 404, you will see the death record of his sister Marianne CAIRE, 61 years old.

    Their mother's family name seems to be PROUL.

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    1. Thank you so much for this information! You are such a blessing. I knew nothing of this.

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  6. Etienne CAIRE got baptized in 1783 (February 19th) in Jausiers. He was born the same day.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

    Frame 642 on 765

    Godfather Etienne AUDIFFRED
    Godmother Marie CAIRE

    They live in La Chalanette (a hamlet of Jausiers, like Ubac)

    His mother's name is PROAL.

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  7. I have no doubt anymore, the surmane of the mother should be read PROAL.

    My mistake. The wife of Jean Baptiste TESSIER is Marie AUBERT.

    Fille mineure de Jean Baptiste et Marie Aubert icy (ici) présents.

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  8. A distant French cousin of yours through the CAIRE family

    http://gw.geneanet.org/danyl?nz=poulain&pz=daniele+anne+marie+dite+dany&ocz=0

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  9. Here is a list of marriage contracts in Jausiers

    http://francis.pelotier.free.fr/PDF/JAUSIERS_CM.pdf

    Page 134

    26 2 1794 TESSIER J-Baptiste fils de + Joseph TESSSIER et Rose JAUME et AUBERT Marie, fille de + Pierre AUBERT et Rose BERAUD

    Page 55

    29 5 1770 CAIRE Pierre fils de Louis CAIRE et Marguerite GARCIN et PROAL Marguerite, fille de Jean François PROAL et Madeleine MEIRAN

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  10. Jean Baptiste CAIRE, the brother of Pierre Jacques CAIRE, was indeed born in Jausiers in 1823

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=358

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    Son of Etienne CAIRE, owner, and Marianne TEISSIER.

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  11. The records online for Jausiers start in 1734. According to http://francis.pelotier.free.fr/PDF/JAUSIERS_CM.pdf page 53 Louis CAIRE and Marguerite GARCIN signed a marriage contract in1729

    09.06.1729 CAIRE Louis fils de + Antoine CAIRE et Marthe CAIRE et Marguerite GARCIN, fille de Jacques Antoine GARCIN et Catherine ARNAUD.

    He is from Tournoux Saint-Paul Ubaye

    http://www.bodinphoto.com/Tournoux-Saint-Paul-sur-Ubaye,244,1,en,fl.html

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  12. Marie TEISSIER, wife of Etienne CAIRE, died in 1866 (October 1st) in Jausiers

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=362

    View 366 on 456

    She was 72 years old.

    So, she was born circa 1794. By deduction, she was about 18 years old when she got married to Etienne CAIRE who was about 30 years old.

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  13. In the 1861 census, Etienne CAIRE is a farmer and the head of the family. They live in Lubac (hamlet of Jausiers).

    Etienne CAIRE (80 years old), his wife Marianne TEISSIER (65), their son Adrien CAIRE (42), his wife Joséphine EBRARD (29), and their children Sabine CAIRE (5), Marie CAIRE (3) and Antoine CAIRE (1),

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/recensement_listes_nominatives/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=26&ref_id=1916

    Frame 44 on 66 and also frame 45 Pierre LUC, shepper of the family. He is 14 and comes from Piemont.

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  14. In 1846

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/recensement_listes_nominatives/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=26&ref_id=1913

    Frame 36 on 67

    Etienne CAIRE, owner, his wife Marianne TEISSIER, ans their children
    Adrien CAIRE, Pierre Jacques CAIRE, Eugène CAIRE and Antoinette CAIRE.



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  15. In 1851

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/recensement_listes_nominatives/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=26&ref_id=1914

    View 30 and view 31 on 64

    Jacques CAIRE (your ancestor) is 15 years old and he is a shepper. His brother Adrien is 32 and a farmer.

    In 1856, Pierre Jacques CAIRE is not recorded with his family.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/recensement_listes_nominatives/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=26&ref_id=1915

    Frame 57 on 60



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    1. Thank you so much! I have Jacques leaving France in 1854 for Louisiana to be with his brothers.

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  16. Who are the other brothers ?
    We already know Jean Baptiste.
    In France, the siblings we know so far are Adrien CAIRE, Eugène CAIRE and Antoinette CAIRE.

    About Antoinette CAIRE, guess what, it seems that her son moved to Louisiana and married a BURCARD !

    http://gw.geneanet.org/drreulet?lang=fr;pz=deborah;nz=roussel+reulet;ocz=0;p=jean+baptiste+camille;n=graugnard

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  17. Marriage of Magdeleine CAIRE in 1851 (June 18th)

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=360

    Frame 247 (and the next one) on 366

    She signed Antoinette Magdeleine (not exactly the way she wrote it) CAIRE. Antoinette was likely a nickname.

    She was born on November 8th 1829

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=358

    Frame 140 on 466

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  18. http://touteslesvilles.biz/index.php?qcountry_code=FR&qregion_code=B8&qcity=Le%20Villard%20de%20Faucon

    Jean Baptiste Camille GROGNARD was born in 1855 in Enchatrayes

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=293

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    His mother is named Antoinette CAIRE

    Antoinette CAIRE was born the 7th, not the 8th. Forgot to read the whole record, it says born yestarday.

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  19. typo read Enchastrayes http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enchastrayes

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  20. In 1881, Adrien CAIRE is alive

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/recensement_listes_nominatives/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=26&ref_id=1920

    View 29 on 51

    He is recorded with his wife and three children : Marie CAIRE (2), Etienne CAIRE (15) and Jean Baptiste CAIRE (6)

    In 1891

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/recensement_listes_nominatives/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=26&ref_id=1922

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    Adrien CAIRE, Joséphine EBRARD, their sons Etienne CAIRE and Jean Baptiste CAIRE

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  21. In 1896

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/recensement_listes_nominatives/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=26&ref_id=1923

    View 41 on 48

    Etienne CAIRE, his wife Marie AUBERT et Eugène CAIRE, 10 months

    According to the index, a Jean Louis Adrien CAIRE passed away in 1893 (October 9th) but the record of that year isn't online.

    I am trying to find the marriage record of Etienne CAIRE and Marie AUBERT but I am not sure they got married in Jausiers.

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  22. In 1906

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/recensement_listes_nominatives/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=26&ref_id=1925

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    Etienne CAIRE (born in 1866), Marie AUBERT (1872), Eugène CAIRE (1895) and Emile CAIRE (1899)

    Marie AUBERT is from Enchastrayes

    In Enchastrayes, marriage of Pierre Etienne CAIRE and Marie Léonie AUBERT in 1894

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=947

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    Pierre Etienne CAIRE born in 1867, son of Jean Louis Adrien CAIRE and Marie Joséphine Honorine EBRARD, both deceased in Jausiers. Jean Louis Adrien CAIRE died in 1893 and his wife also.

    Marie Léonie AUBERT, born in 1871, daughter of hippolyte Désiré Séverin AUBERT and Marie Julie RAYNAUD (not sure)

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  23. Birth record of Pierre Etienne CAIRE in 1867 in Jausiers. His father is 48 years old.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=362

    Frame 60 on 456

    1867 - 48 = circa 1819

    Is Jean Louis Adrien CAIRE aka Adrien CAIRE the same as Jean Louis CAIRE, the one you mentioned in Louisiana in the mid-1800s ?

    So far, I can't find his birth record.

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  24. Hi David, Thanks again for everything. I had no idea Antoinette's son was a Graugnard! Regarding Jean Louis Caire, brother of PJ and JB Caire, I believe it was a different person. I have his birthday as 20 Apr 1818. That is who Jacques lived with when he came to America. Jean Louis never married so he is curious to me. I wonder if maybe he went back to France because I cannot find him in later records.

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  25. Jean Louis Adrien CAIRE married Marie Joséphine Honorine EBRARD before 1856, likely before 1855 because in the census of 1856, his daughter Marie is 1. In 1851, he is a single.

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    1. Now I am thinking he is the same person. I meant he never married anyone in America. I can see him in Louisiana from 1843-1860. I cannot find him in any American records after that time. What do you think?

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  26. My guess : Jean Louis Adrien CAIRE is the same person, he went to Louisiana but he came back to France after a couple of years.

    Another son of Antoinette CAIRE

    Fortuné Antoine GROGNARD, born in 1861 in Enchastrayes

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=293

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    Adrien CAIRE married Joséphine EBRARD in 1852 in the same village according to the index.

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  27. Here is his marriage record

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=293

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    The birth date is the same as the one you got for Jean Louis CAIRE and now I understand why I couldn't find his birth record. The marriage records mentions "un acte de notoriété", meaning he got no birth record (usually because the father forgot to make a declaration of birth).

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  28. So we have the three brothers ! They went to America but Jean Louis Adrien CAIRE, who was a married man, came back home while the others stayed in the States.

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    1. This is so exciting. Do you see a death record for Adrien?
      Yes, I have three brothers: Jean Louis Adrien (the eldest), Jean Baptiste, and Pierre Jacques. I also have three daughters: Antoinette Magdeleine, Eugenie and Marthe. I have no dates for Eugenie or Marthe.

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    2. I wonder why so many of them left their home. Do you know if there was a war or depression during this time?

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  29. No, the year 1893 is not available online.
    Send a request to mairie.de.jausiers@wanadoo.fr

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  30. I don't know why they left. I guess she wanted to improve their lifes like others inhabitants of the valley did before. I guess it's linked to the emigration from Barcelonnette (in the same area) to Mexico.

    https://www.iter.org/fr/newsline/94/1296

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  31. read they wanted...like other inhabitants.

    Are you sure that Eugénie is a girl because the census mentions Eugène, a boy.

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  32. In 1836

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/recensement_listes_nominatives/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=26&ref_id=1911
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    Etienne CAIRE, farmer, and Marie Anne TEISSIER
    Adrien CAIRE
    Jean Baptiste CAIRE
    Pierre Jacques CAIRE
    Magdelaine CAIRE
    Marie AUBER

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  33. Eugène CAIRE was born in 1842

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=359

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    His mother is 46 years old and his father 60. Adrien CAIRE, aged 25, brother of the child, is a witness

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    1. I would love to send you a thank you gift.

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  34. The grandmother Marie AUBERT widow of Jean Baptiste TEISSIER, died in 1839 in Jausiers.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=359

    Frame 361 on 401

    She had no occupation then and was 77 years old. She lived in Lubac.

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  35. I don't know if he is the same as her husband, a Jean Baptiste TEISSIER dit CATINET passed away in 1821 in Jausiers. He was 84 years old.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=357

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    No wife mentioned, no parents' names.

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  36. Pierre CAIRE et Marguerite PROAL got married in Faucon-de-Barcelonnette in 1770 (1770/05/29), the very same day they signed their prenuptial agreement

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=750

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    It says that the groom is about 25 years old. The bride is about 18.

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  37. Marguerite PROAL was born in 1752 in Faucon-de-Barcelonnette

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=750

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    Baptism record 1752/12/26

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  38. In 1772, Pierre CAIRE and Marguerite PROAL got a child named Louis CAIRE in Jausiers. The godfather and gomother are Luis CAIRE and Marguerite GARCIN, the grandparents.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726


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    1772/10/03

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  39. Old views of Jausiers

    http://ubaye-en-cartes.e-monsite.com/pages/content/ubaye/jausiers.html#Ubac

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  40. In 1774, they have a daughter named Marie Magdelaine CAIRE

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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    1774/01/22

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  41. This time the godfather and the godmother were the maternal grandparents Jean François PROAL and Magdelaine MEYRAN.

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  42. In 1775, another girl Marie Elizabeth CAIRE (1775/12/12)

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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    In 1777, Marguerite CAIRE (1777/09/07)

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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  43. In 1778, another girl, Anne CAIRE

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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    1778/10/02

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  44. In 1780, another child, Jean Louis CAIRE (1780/12/17)

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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  45. In 1783 your ancestor Etienne CAIRE

    In 1784, another son, Jacques CAIRE (1784/10/02)

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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    In 1786, Jean Joseph CAIRE ( birth 1786/09/13, baptism 1786/09/14)

    View 704/765

    Pierre CAIRE is a merchant in 1786 (négotiant = négociant)

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  46. Jean Louis CAIRE, born in 1780, got married in 1807 to Rosalie AUDIFFRED. His father is a farmer. Marguerite PROAL is alive. In 1813, she is already dead.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=356

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    Your ancestor Estienne CAIRE is a witness.

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  47. Another French cousin for you, through Jean Louis CAIRE

    http://gw.geneanet.org/boyerjeanlouis?lang=fr;pz=jean+louis;nz=boyer;ocz=0;p=jean+louis;n=caire;oc=1

    He gives us the names of three other siblings of Etienne CAIRE.

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  48. The missing Marthe CAIRE.

    She passed away in 1833 (1833/06/18) at the age of 10 months

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=359

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    She was born in 1832

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=358

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    1832/10/10

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  49. Jean Baptiste TEISSIER is a son of Joseph TEISSIER and Rose JAUME. They married in 1757 in Faucon-de-Barcelonnette.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=750

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    Joseph TESSIER is a son of Jean Antoine TESSIER and he is from Jausiers. Rose JAUME is the daughter of Jean Baptiste JAUME and Madeleine BERNARD.

    Joseph TESSIER is about 32 years old and he is a merchant. Rose JAUME is about 21.

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  50. See http://gw.geneanet.org/nipon?lang=fr;pz=x;nz=ponzo;ocz=0;p=jean+baptiste;n=jaume

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  51. I told you about Mexico earlier.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=362

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    Death certificate of Jean Baptiste CAIRE in 1866 near Mexico city.

    Do you have DNA cousins in Mexico ?

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  52. Another child of Adrien CAIRE and Joséphine EBRARD, Toussaint Jean Baptiste CAIRE in 1875

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=363

    Vue 51/379

    Adrien CAIRE is 57 and his wife 44. He is very likely their last child.

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  54. Adrien CAIRE and Joséphine EBRARD got at least two other children, two girls, one in 1863 and the other in 1869, both born in Jausiers

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  55. I think it's interesting to follow Adrien CAIRE's family in France. In 1940, a grandson of Adrien CAIRE, Emile Léon CAIRE was still living in Jausiers. You probably still have relatives there. I wonder if they have old family pictures.

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  56. Marie AUBERT is the daughter of Pierre AUBERT and Rose BERAUD.

    I find a Marie Rose AUBERT born in 1770

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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    Marie Roze AUBERT, born on March 26th 1770, daughter of Pierre AUBERT and Roze BERAUD

    Godfather Estinne BERAUD
    Godmother Roze AUDIFFRED his wife

    La Frache

    https://www.google.fr/maps/place/La+Frache,+Parc+national+du+Mercantour,+04850+Jausiers/@44.4074702,6.7399998,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x12cc93371dc5b4ff:0x741ea768289e0379

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  57. In 1773, they got a son François AUBERT

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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  58. http://j.mezin.free.fr/mexique

    En 1838
    Les français sont expulsés de Mexico et se réfugient à la Nouvelle Orléans. Deux mois après ils reviennent. A ce moment débarquent beaucoup de "Barcelonnettes".

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    1. Good morning, David. Thank you again. You are my French angel! I did have some DNA matches in Panama. I wonder if some of the people went there after they were expelled from Mexico. I love family history!

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  59. Marriage record in Faucon-de-Barcelonnette of Anne PROAL, sister of your ancestor Marguerite PROAL in 1779

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=750

    Frame 486/714

    They are from Les Bouzoulières, a hamlet of Faucon

    http://www.visugpx.com/ign/?lat=44.40689&lng=6.681189

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  60. Your ancestor Pierre CAIRE, the husband of Marguerite PROAL was born in 1747 in Jausiers (La Chalannette)

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

    Vue 156/765

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  61. Pierre CAIRE died in 1818 in Jausiers

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=20&ref_id=357

    Frame 343/400

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  62. I think that I got the death record of Louis CAIRE, in 1783.

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

    Frame 646/765

    He was 78 years old, lived in La Chalannette, is a son of Antoine CAIRE. Too bad that the priest did not mention his wife's name.

    Louis CAIRE (circa 1705-1783)

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  63. His wife passed away in 1776 in La Chalannette (Jausiers)

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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    Marguerite GARCIN, wife of Louis CAIRE. She was 70 years old.

    Marguerite GARCIN (circa 1706-1776) married in 1729 to Louis CAIRE.

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  64. Antoine Caire
    |
    Louis Caire ca 1705-1783
    |
    Pierre Caire 1747-1818
    |
    Etienne Caire 1783-1869
    |
    Pierre Jacques Caire 1836-1885

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  65. Unlike I told you earlier, Louis CAIRE is not from Tournoux, It's his wife who is a native of Tournoux Saint-Paul Ubaye.

    http://francis.pelotier.free.fr/PDF/JAUSIERS_CM.pdf

    His parents got married in 1703, unfortunately the records before 1736 aren't online.

    CM 26 avril 1703 Antoine CAIRE, fils de Louis CAIRE, avec Marthe CAIRE (du hameau de Lans), fille d'Esprit CAIRE et d'Esprite AUDIFFRED.

    Témoin
    Joseph CAIRE, frère du marié
    Marie CAIRE, soeur de la mariée

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  66. Your ancestors Pierre AUBERT and Rose BERAUD got married in 1763 in Jausiers (1763/07/26)

    http://archivesenligne.archives04.fr/arkotheque/actes_paroissiaux_etat_civil/fond_visu_img.php?id_ark_type_fond=21&ref_id=726

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    Pierre AUBERT, son of Charles AUBERT and Jeanne CAIRE and Rose BERAUD, daughter of Jean BERAUD and the late Marie BOUTINE.

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  67. http://francis.pelotier.free.fr/PDF/JAUSIERS_CM.pdf


    14.01.1726 AUBERT Charles, fils
    de AUBERT Pierre et PAUTRIER Marguerite
    marié à
    CAIRE Jeanne, fille de
    CAIRE Charles et TESSIER Marthe+


    Lui : ,,LA FRACHE (HAMEAU)-

    Elle : ,,SANIERES (HAMEAU)

    Obsevations: témoins : CAIRE,PIERRE,FRERE DE LA MARIEE

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