ENTER THE ARCHIVE...
Click on the 'Notre Archive Jehan Terriot' link in the Table of Contents. This takes you to the ENTRY PAGE of our Archive. From the Entry, you may go to one of the following:
Click the 'Home' link at the bottom of the ENTRY PAGE of the Archive.
Index of Names
To find 'Claude Theriault', click on the 'Theriault' section. Please note that the "Thériault's" are listed separately from "Theriault's".
The names of direct descendants are shown in underlined blue lettering. Click on the name to go to the individual in the 'Descendants' chamber. All other names are shown in black lettering with a superscripted "C" (for child), "P" (for parent), or "S" (for spouse) at the end of the name. Click on the superscript to go to the listing of the individual (as a child, parent or spouse) in the 'Descendants' chamber.
Descendants of Jehan Terriot
BROWSING THE FAMILY
TREE FROM THE FIRST GENERATION ON...
The children of all Terriot direct descendants are shown in bold text (e.g., Pierre Terriot, Claude Terriot, or Telesphore Theriot). If the archive includes the records of children, the name of the parent will be shown in either underlined blue or purple, and linked to the section of the 'Descendant's' chamber where the records of their children are kept. If the archive does not include any record of children for that individual, the name of the parent will be shown in black and will not be underlined.
If the archive does not include a record of the birth, marriage or death for an individual, no mention will be made of the birth, marriage or death dates and places in the biography of the individual. A complete record consists of the birth date and place, the baptismal/christening date and place, the marriage date and place, the deceased date and place and the cause of death. If any item of this information is not listed, that is because it is missing from the Archive.
An individual will be shown as 'Still Living' if no death information exists for the individual (e.g., Charles Theriault - Living) and there is still a possibility that the individual might be living (the birth date is less than 120 years ago). For persons identified as still living, none of the dates will be included in the archive to maintain the privacy of our family members.
FINDING A SPECIFIC
OF A SPECIFIC GENERATION...
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A FEW WORDS ABOUT
+ 2 M i. Claude TERRIOT- 1,2,19,20,21,22was born about 1637...
Let's look at each
part of this line, one at a time:
Source Footnote: " 1,2,19,20,21,22" Superscripts are used to identify footnotes which are listed in the Sources (Bibliography) chamber. In this case, footnotes 1, 2, 19, 20, 21, 22 present additional information on Claude.
The Sources or Bibliography section of the Archive identifies all sources of information that are referenced in the Archive. For example, if a document is referenced ten different times, the document will be listed ten different times in the Bibliography, each time with the specific pages referenced. Also, there are often additional details associated with each source that are presented along with the reference.