Travelling back in time 348 years, from 2010 to 1661 with Morin descendants.
Hello! I have recently sent in my dad's Y-dna test and am impatiently awaiting the results. Has anyone else done a dna test? I'm hoping to find other descendants of Pierre Morin dit Boucher to be able to compare and triangulate.
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Added by Rob Hoyt on January 24, 2015 at 2:00am — No Comments
1. FRANÇOIS FREDERICK NELSON7 MORIN (ANTOINE6, JOACHIM5, JOACHIM4, CHARLES3, PIERRE MORIN DIT2 BOUCHER, PIERRE MORIN DIT1) was born 31 Jul 1868 in Cumberland, Ontario1, and died 05 Jan 1946 in Toronto, Ontario. He married MARIE…Continue
Added by Gerard Boyer on January 12, 2013 at 12:58am — No Comments
Descendants of Joachim Morin
Generation No. 1
1. JOACHIM5 MORIN (JOACHIM4, CHARLES3, PIERRE MORIN DIT2 BOUCHER, PIERRE MORIN DIT1) was born 21 Aug 1773 in…Continue
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Descendants of Pierre Morin dit Boucher
Generation No. 1
1. PIERRE MORIN DIT1 BOUCHER1 was born 1634, and died 1690. He married MARIE MARTIN 1661 in Port Royal, daughter of PIERRE MARTIN and CATHERINE VIGNEAU. She was born 1637, and died 17 Sep 1714 in Québec2.
Irene Morin Fox ( 18 Apr 1902 – 31 Oct 1974 ) was the eighth child of Frederick Nelson Morin, youngest son of Antoine Morin and Émélie dit Larivière and brother to Philippe Morin married to Sara Summers.
Irene was the first of the girls to finish her education and become a teacher. She taught in Ontario, Saskatchewan and Windsor, that I know of. In 1933, at the age of 31, she married 39 year old Scotsman Bill Fox in London, Ontario, a golf pro who, when they met, was the pro…
The 2010 Morintrek dvd is almost ready for distribution. We have most of the addresses of those who will love it. Contact Gerry if you are worried that you are not on the mail-out. I've begun the translation of J.Y. Morin's book l'Odyssée des Morin so that our English speaking members will get to enjoy learning about the first three generations of our ancestors, Pierre Morin dit Boucher , his son Pierre Morin dit Boucher and then his son Charles Morin. The author, Jacques Yvan Morin…Continue
Added by Gerard Boyer on November 25, 2010 at 9:20am — No Comments
Where did Pierre Morin dit Boucher and Marie Martin live between 1661 and 1673?…Continue
Added by Gerard Boyer on October 28, 2010 at 9:31pm — No Comments
When the 1901 census was taken in Cumberland, Ontario, the following Morin families were living within close proximity of each other.…
Here's what I'm up to with the Morintrek. The earlier part of our family history has been very well documented by Jacques-Yvan Morin in his book L'Odyssée des Morin. I met with him this past week and I have begun translating this book into English. It covers his whole family history up to his father. The first two generations are the same as ours and then the chapter on Pierre Morin III has a lot in common with our ancestor Charles Morin of the same…Continue
Added by Gerard Boyer on September 27, 2010 at 7:07am — No Comments
I wasn't sure what to do with the morintrek, but have decided to keep it alive for the next year. I'll do some editing over the next while and start putting up the aftermath of our trip.
Please feel free to use this site to contact me in the meantime. I'll be meeting Jacques Yvan Morin, the author of l'Odyssee des Morin, a very well written account of his ancestors who are also ours for the first two generations. We have a tentative agreement to translate the book into English and…Continue
Added by Gerard Boyer on August 17, 2010 at 9:13pm — No Comments
Having accompanied Morin descendent Amery (Anne-Marie to some of you) Boyer on the trek, I want to say that I truly enjoyed the trek, meeting some participants for the first time, and renewing acquantainces with others - and I particularly want to recognize and thank Gerry for his lead role in organizing the trek itinerary and sharing his genological research along the way - the latter including the preparation of the power-point presentations, obviously reflected a lot of work but they…Continue
Added by Byron Mersereau on July 15, 2010 at 5:53pm — No Comments
Because of my health the last couple of years, although I'm starting to feel better now, I won't be making the trek with all of you, but my heart and soul are with you. I've already spoken (by email) to Gérard about this.…Continue
You will notice that there is now a regal presence on your wonderful website. This is a wonderful family gathering of major proportions and I wish all a great Trek and a wonderful time in Annapolis Royal.
Added by Anne Crossman on May 9, 2010 at 7:27am — No Comments
Thanks to Maureen for reading the first draft which had errors in it. If you printed the last draft, replace it with this one.
A VISIT WITH MAUREEN MORIN…Continue
Added by Gerard Boyer on April 26, 2010 at 8:12am — No Comments
Added by Trish Fry (Historic Gardens) on April 6, 2010 at 9:44am — No Comments
It would be great to show registration numbers on the site somehow. Also, the tag line at the top of the home page should be changed to read 2010 instead of 2009.
Added by Anne Marie Boyer on April 2, 2010 at 12:33pm — No Comments
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