Descendants and Ancestors of



Web site of the descendants and ancestors of Édouard Jalbert and Luce Vaillancourt.

Édouard and Luce were from St-Jean-Port-Joli, Québec. After marrying in 1827, they moved to Rivière-du-Loup, up the St. Lawrence. Around 1839 they and their six children moved to the upper St. John River valley in northern Aroostook County, Maine, settling in what would become St. John Plantation, just east of St. Francis.

For information on this family, their ancestors and descendants, click on the links below.

Table of Contents

Bullet Descendants and Ancestors of Édouard JALBERT & Luce VAILLANCOURT
Bullet The earliest discovered Jalbert (Gerbert) ancestor: Jean GERBERT
of Nantes, Brittany, France
Bullet The earliest discovered Vaillancourt ancestor: Robert VAILLANCOURT (VILLENCOURT) of Dieppe, Normandy, France
Bullet Message Board: Posts on Édouard Jalbert & Luce Vaillancourt

BulletSurname List
BulletIndex of Names
BulletSources (Bibliography)

BulletReturn to the home page of Ancestors and Cousins of Nellie and Lucas
BulletReturn to Upper St.John Valley Communities Page

For more information contact:

Email (a great-great-great grandson of Édouard Jalbert and Luce Vaillancourt)

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Created 14 Jan 2000 with Family Origins
Last revised 6 Sep 2004