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Mariage d'Henri Ponton et Malvina Beauregard

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Mariage d'Henri Ponton et Malvina Beauregard

Message  Madame B le Dim 14 Déc 2008, 12:31 am

Hello les chercheurs,
Je cherche le mariage de Henri Ponton et Malvina Beauregard. J'ai trouvé plusieurs enfants née à partir de 1874 dans la région de Shefford. Ils sont notamment les parents de Rose-Alba Ponton mariée à Henri Brodeur dit Lavigne à Northbirdge, Mass le 16 février 1896.
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Message  Invité le Dim 14 Déc 2008, 1:28 am

Bonjour Mme B

Sur RootWeb. Je ne peux vérifier ces mariages et dates.

Henri PONTON fils de Jean-Baptiste Ponton et Anastasie Fournier He married Malvine BEAUREGARD 2 Jun 1872 in Providence, Rhode Island, daughter of Francois BEAUREGARD and OSISTET.

Henri-Dolphis Ponton fils de Henri et Marvina Beauregard né la veillle baptisé 18.08.1878 Stuckley Nord
Parrain Trefflé Davignon et marraine Marie Ponton
(Drouin B 62 Ancestry page 15/23)

Trefflé Davignon
m. 20.02.1860 Marieville
Marie Ponton fille de Jean-Baptiste Ponton et Anastasie Fournier

Emilien Ponton fils de Jean-Baptiste Ponton et Anastasie Fournier
m. 04.04.1867 Stuckley Nord (Drouin M3 Ancestry page 4/18)
Arméline Spénard

Anastasie Ponton fille de Jean-Baptiste Ponton et Anastasie Fournier
m. 17.07.1865 Stuckley Nord (Drouin M6 Ancestry page 11/21)
Elie Sabourin-Choinière

2. Thomas Henry PONTON (Fils de Henri PONTON et Malveina BEAUREGARD.) was born 1895 in Rhode Island. And died 26 JUN 1984. He married Winifred Maude HALL, daughter of Albert E. HALL and Ada M. OWENS. She was born 1901 in Shropshire Wellington, England.

Jean Baptist PONTON
Sex: M
Birth: 30 Dec 1822 in Marieville, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada
Death: in Central Falls, Rhode Island 1
Note: The shortage of desirable land in Quebec became acute during the nineteenth century. (They were farmers.) Between 1784 and 1844, Quebec's population increased by about 400 %, while its total area of agricultural acreage rose only by 275 %. (our ancestors emigrated in 1852). About 900,000 French Canadian emigrated to the United States, while about half eventually returning to Canada. When individuals left, assets have to be liquidated, often at a loss. Many material possessions have to be left behind. The emotional loss was great. To migrate often means to leave behind beloved family. For most small farmers in Canada, credit, was difficult to obtain. Farming was often so unprofitable many would have to spend most of the year working in the timber trade. Timbering was the only major employers in many region. Timber companies paid their employees with company scrip, and lent money at very high interest rates. (They thus controlled the retail and purchasing price for goods, services, manpower and credit.) The result was near monopolies that could have a virtual stranglehold over their region, notably, through debt. Poverty, overpopulation, debt and infertile soils pushed French Canadians off their land. The clerical elite frequently misidentified the reasons for migration laying the blame on the laziness of the emigrant.,"Laissez-les partir, c'est la racaille qui s'en va" [let them go, it's the riff-raff that are leaving]. As patterns of emigration began to fill certain American towns with French Canadians, neighborhoods were called " Little Canadas " and life in them was predominantly French and Catholic. Franco-Americans could often speak French to their priest, grocer or doctor. (Many of their priests were French sent from Quebec. While low paying factory work or other forms of employment, may have seemed miserable to some, it was a dream come true for many emigrants who had lived under far harsher conditions on Quebec farms. American life was, for many emigrants, especially in the 19th century, had helped them learn of the wonders of electricity, running water, a steady paycheck. In the United States, wars gave rise to a wave of patriotism not exempt from racism. In short, anyone who was not a white Anglo-Saxon Protestant was suspect, and what was demanded was nothing less than one hundred percent Americanism. Now when asked whether the use of French in these home is on the rise or on the decline, it was stated that it was on the decline. Around here I know of no family that speaks French in the home any more. I feel the most pressing issue was the loss of unique traditions. Many of the adults know nothing of their heritages. It is true rural families were never completely self-sufficient and brought cloth, clothing, alcohol, tea and coffee, salt, tools, home furnishings and kitchenware. But this is the story of our ancestors, to the best of my knowledge.

Father: Pierre PONTON b: 30 May 1799 in St-Mathias, sur-Richelieu, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada
Mother: Celeste GIRARD b: ABT. 1800 in Providence of Quebec, Canada

Marriage 1 Anasthasie FOURNIER b: 17 Apr 1825 in Marieville, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada
Married: 16 Feb 1841 in St. Marie Monnoir, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada
Note:

I've now got that copy of the marriage cert of my Jean-B Ponton to his first wife Asilda Dame. The parents are indeed Jean-B Ponton sr. and Anasthasie Fournier. If you read French, let me know and I'll just send a scan of the original. If you don't read French, I'll include an English translation with it. Just tell me which one you need.

An interesting point. The two witnesses on behalf of the groom are "Jean-Baptiste Ponton, father of the groom" and "Augustin C****** Ponton, brother of the groom." (handwritting is illegible for Augustin's middle name). Have you heard of this Augustin fellow? Also have new data in from the Am. Fr. Family History Soc. in Woonsocket, Rhode Island. Listed are the marriages of several children of Jean Baptiste Ponton & Anasthasie Fournier. These are:

Camille Ponton to Ida Duval (son of Urbain & Rosalie Besette), 25 Dec 1881, Lincoln, Rhode Island

Henri Ponton to Malvina Beauregard (daughter of François & Osistet), 2 Jun 1872, Providence, Rhode Island

Marie Ponton (daughter of Henri & Marie Beauregard) to Wilfrid Leduc (son of Pierre & Delima Brousseau), St. John the Baptist Church, W. Warwick, Rhode Island, 29 Mar 1891

Joseph Ponton to Exilia LaFramboise (daughter of Louis & Celina Trudeau), 04 Jul 1891, Lincoln, Rhode Island

Julia Victoria Ponton to François Xavier Dion (son of Louis & Marie-Anne), 31 Mar 1872, Central Falls, Rhode Island

Julia Victoria Ponton to Theophile Tougas (son of Ambroise & Marie Lagace), second marriage, 26 Jul 1900, Central Falls, Rhode Island

Rose-Delima Ponton (my g-grandmother; aka: Adelia Ponton) to Georges Hamel (son of Napoleon Hamel & Esther Marchand), 20 Sep 1896, Pawtucket, Rhode Island

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One thing to remember here. Central Falls, Rhode Island, didn't exist as a separate city until the 1890's. Prior to that, one portion of what is now Central Falls was actually part of the town of Lincoln, Rhode Island. The other portion was part of the city of Pawtucket, Rhode Island. During the late 19th century, the state government decided to take those areas and consolidate them into a new city (I presume due to population density). Hence, even though you might see "Lincoln" listed as the place of marriage, more than likely this was in a section of that town, which was later reorganized into the city of Central Falls. And that record would now be found in the Central Falls city hall rather than the Lincoln town hall. Also, where you see "Central Falls" listed prior to 1890, it's officially Lincoln then, but again the record for that section would reside currently with the Central Falls city hall. Are we confused yet?

Cheers,
Jim

Title: Marriages de Marieville(1801) et Ste-Angele(1865) Comte de Rouville
Author: B.Pontbriand, Quebec, Canada 1969
Publication: data extracted by Tom Edworthy)
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
Page: 251
Children
Henri PONTON
Victorine PONTON
Camille PONTON
Augustin Concini PONTON
Marie PONTON b: in Marieville, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada
Jean Baptist PONTON b: ABT. 1844 in Providence of Quebec, Canada
Emelien PONTON b: 12 Jul 1850 in Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada
Eugene Baptiste PONTON b: 3 Sep 1859

Sources:
Title: All information for this line from Jim Duck Annapolis, MD
Source RootWeb Contact: Sharon Emerson
: http://wc.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=emersos&id=I02358

Un copier-coller de la famille :

Jean Baptist PONTON (Pierre PONTON6, Francois PONTON5, Pierre-Andre PONTON4, Pierre-Andre PONTON3, Pierre-Jacques PONTON2, Eustache Charles PONTON1) was born 30 Dec 1822 in Marieville, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada, and died in Central Falls, Rhode Island. He married Anasthasie FOURNIER 16 Feb 1841 in St. Marie Monnoir, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada, daughter of Jacques Francois FOURNIER and Marie-Genevieve BEDARD. She was born 17 Apr 1825 in Marieville, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada, and died in Central Falls, Rhode Island.

Children of Jean Baptist PONTON and Anasthasie FOURNIER are:

+ 2 i. Henri PONTON He married Malvine BEAUREGARD 2 Jun 1872 in Providence, Rhode Island, daughter of Francois BEAUREGARD and OSISTET.

3 ii. Victorine PONTON.

4 iii. Camille PONTON. She married Ida DUVAL 25 Dec 1881 in Lincoln, Rhode Island, son of Urbain DUVAL and Rosalie BESETTE.

5 iv. Augustin Concini PONTON.

6 v. Marie PONTON was born in Marieville, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada. She married Treffle DAVIGNON 20 Feb 1860 in Marieville, Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada.

+ 7 vi. Jean Baptist PONTON He married Asilda DAME. He married Leocadie ( Cathrina) PATENAUDE 22 Aug 1870 in St. Joseph's Church, Cohoes, New York. She was born 25 Jan 1852 in Coopersville, Clinton County, New York.

+ 8 vii. Emelien PONTON was born 12 Jul 1850 in Rouville, Providence of Quebec, Canada, and died 9 Mar 1900 in Central Falls, Rhode Island. He married Hermeline (ARMELINE) SPENARD 4 Mar 1867 in Central Falls, Rhode Island, daughter of Gilbert SPENARD and Angela LABELLE. She was born 1852 in Providence of Quebec, Canada, and died 1918.

+ 9 viii. Eugene Baptiste PONTON was born 3 Sep 1859, and died 11 Nov 1903 He married Victoria DEMERS 1 Jan 1880. She was born 1862, and died 10 Sep 1931 in Central Falls, Rhode Island.

Espérant que ces renseignements vous aident.
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Céleste Girard m. à Pierre Girard

Message  Invité le Dim 14 Déc 2008, 1:55 am

Ascendance de Céleste Girard m. à Pierre Girard

1 René GIRARD
m. Marie BOSNARDE m. Bures, Normandie

2 Pierre-Jacques GIRARD n. 1635-1648 Bures, Normandie d. 25.07.1727 Varennes
m. Françoise GRATIOT m. Avt fev 1680 Repentigny n. 29.04.1664 Trois-Rivières d. 25.03.1690 Varennes
[fille de Jacques GRATIOT et Madeleine MICHELANDRE-MICHELEAU]

3 Jacques GIRARD n. 14.09.1683 Varennes d. 19.10.1748 Varennes
m. Marie-Françoise PETIT m. 19.03.1710 Varennes n. 31.01.1687 Boucherville d. 24.08.1745 Varennes
[fille de Louis PETIT et Madeleine CHARLES]

4 Joseph GIRARD n. 30.12.1712 Varennes d. 22.02.1763 Varennes
m. Josephte SÉNÉCAL m. 11.11.1737 Varennes n. 28.05.1715 Varennes d. 01.02.1742 Varennes
[fille de Etienne SÉNÉCAL et Pétronille MILOT]

5 Louis GIRARD n. 24.08.1740 Varennes d. 24.02.1790 Verchères
m. Josephte BREILLARD m. 23.01.1769 Varennes n. 09.06.1751 Montréal
[fille de Mathurin BREILLARD et Charlotte LEMOYNE]

6 Louis GIRARD
m. Desanges FONTAINE-BIENVENUE m. 23.10.1797 Verchères
[fille de François FONTAINE-BIENVENUE et Françoise BÉRARD]

7 Céleste GIRARD
m. Pierre PONTON m. 08.02.1819 Marieville

8. Jean-Baptiste Ponton m. Anasthasie FOURNIER

Extrait de ma banque de données.


Dernière édition par Julie le Lun 15 Déc 2008, 10:00 am, édité 1 fois (Raison : Changement de titre et de sujet)
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Re: Mariage d'Henri Ponton et Malvina Beauregard

Message  Madame B le Lun 15 Déc 2008, 4:45 am

Julie, t'es un sauveteur, c'est ma belle-soeur qui va être contente...après moi bien sûr.
Je voulais relier Henri Ponton aux Ponton de Marieville.
Je constate que tu descends aussi de Pierre-André Ponton qui serait le premier habitant de Marieville, établie au Ruisseau Laramée en 1772 (Source : Société d'histoire de la seigneurie de Monnoir).
Youppi ! Mille Mercis !
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ni à Ponton ni de ces Girard

Message  Invité le Lun 15 Déc 2008, 9:57 am

Mme B

Je ne suis pas affiliée ni à Ponton ni à ces Girard.

C'est un ami Jacques Girard qui vérifiait tout aux ANQ, qui m'a donné l'information des Girard du fichier ci-dessus.
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